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THE OAJLRODAIliY BULLETIN, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1B74.
.LOCAL WBATHEtt KEPUKT.
Omehvuh'hOfkick, CaIkii. Ilk, (
February ii, 10:11 p.m., 1 . (
't'lieiDiometcr, !W degree.
Wind W. Velocity miles per hutir.
Weather, lljrtit ruin.
Maximum temperature lor lust H hours,
4 1 tlonfrech:
Minimum teraptratui e lor the Ial24 hours,
Prevailing wind for Ut .'Jl hours, N.
Total number of miles traveled by wind
during Ut!H hour, 17U.
ToUt ralnfal duriti'.MIiM:it 21 Jiouti. -00
Observer Signal si vloii, U, H, A.
AITAIIt OJ-' Till: KKAHOK.
AFFAIR OF Till: SKASON.
AFFAIR OF TUB HKASON.
THE CAIRO TITRNERS
THIS CAIRO TURNERS!
THE CAIRO TURNERS.
TIJ KsDA Y KVK., t'V.lt , 17, 1"71
Jl'KSDAV KVK, FKIS, 57, IH7-I
Tl KSDAY KVK., FKH , 17, 1H74
G II A3MD
To lie ghen by the
S 0 0 I E T Y,
H'ESIIAV KK., FKH., 17, lt7t.
The Cairo Turner Society,
.1 i : i i i: i
ui;ivriuiin:u iu i'ciijw: aiiv aim
evcrv ball that has been i?iven
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
tor in charge to make it the
'bigest thing" of the kind
that ever took place in thi3
city. Neither time nor ex
pense will be spared to aecom
plish this end, and every one
who attends may confidently
expect to see such a ball as
tt'iiu tirtl.it 1 tiiyf frit. in ... 4 1 ! r.
11 41D li's 1 1 VII ill llll.-
section of country.
The following committees
have been appointed :
G'OJIMITTKE or Aiilakuiimknts.
F. -M. Htockfletli, chairman, KM. liu
der, it. V. lk-hner, Win. A!u:t aud 1'.
I'Loou Ma.v.k.krs. It. Hcbsacker,
Harry U'alLor and W. F. Kiichcn
beckcr. Hkcritiok Committkb. Stojilicn
Schwanitz, Win. 1'itder, and Cliarle
LOOK OUT 1 LOOK Ol.'T !
WILLIAM J. ALLEN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Office over Klrst National back. 8-lH-3m
HAMUKL 1'. WHEELER,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW
OQlco over Klrst National hank. H-Ifii'ni
John U MMkey. YV Mam C. Mulkey
MULKKY & SON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Officer Kfghtb itreet, between Counaer
ulal end Washington avonues.
UKEKN & OILJJEUT,
OOUNBKLOKB AT LAW,
William H.(hD, 1
William H GUbeil, V 0A1KO, ILLINOIS,
MUa F. Otlbr, J
tt IOK OB.10 LBVBM. HOOM8 7 ASI) 8 0VK
c. c. ej. c.
CAIRO CITY COAL
Is prepared to supply ouMoincrs Willi Wiu
urn iiuiiui)' i)l
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
nitl)Ki;SleftatHallldav llioo. ollice. on
Ohio Lnvee, or at the Coal Yard below the
St. Charles Hotol.will receive prompt attun.
Hon. The Toti "MontaI'K" will bring coal
fotigfcldo to ttcumert at any hour.
A. J. KOE, M. D.
niilen over Thorn it lira's. irrooerv store.
No. 131 Commercial avenue, corner Eighth
ktreet. llcsldenee corner Washington ave-
nn -mil KniiWpiintu street. "
TH K BU L LET IN.
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
Ovkrcoati vforlh Jlrt for T at Hart
Wanteii A white j;lfl to do (jeneral
housework. Apply at tho rctldnoco of
K. W. Mini. an, Seventh itreet.
A n'l.t. KMiirtuic.'nt il'J. 1'. CVitU and
Clark .V Uo'. culton, at live conti ) or
ponl at liartliinn .V Vi., rurnur fllitb
street. k7-I-:H tf
('lit ii' Wool ami CoaI,. .lame Itics
la lellliif; t l.u holt tpulity ul l'ltuluiri;
coal at ), and Illlnutt tu&l at i:! 60 per
Ion. Uood Wiiutt, ilri)lii load, tl Till.
2-S-8.. .lilies Koia,
'1 nr. I'.v Mr. OilMrt will conduct tlio
iervlc an titual, at tLe Chilti'h l tlm
KedeetiHr t.v-day, Irotb morning ami oo-
alne;. At tlm ovct.lng ervii:e tbo ulijiet
ot tl.o imrinon will bo ''i'nlf ('onpuit"
- - . -
.Stiuvkii ok Stulks My do,;,
'MLlJfr,' a rnull bUck and tan terrier,
lung (htf, bad on a leather collar with
a brM tax t allaobed. A iiilUblo t(
ward will btj paid for bit return to
m-'J-H-Jt A. .1. OAHLK'a Livery Stable.
I'aiii.ok Conckkt. 'J'lin tieit of tlm
aerlei of parlor corner! by,tho nie.uxlitu of
tho Kpltropnl ('hutch, will be irlvon at tho
reridenco of Mr. Uha'len Ualligber, on
l'riday uvonlng, February 13. Aduili
lon2:o. UI.'.Mi Ct.
A 1'lANtl l rXCllAbllE ion VACANT
Loth in CAir.o. Any peron having a
vacant lot or loll that thoy would ex
change lor a lirt-cl(iJ piano, can be lulled
by addreiidng Mils Mary Dlion, aijent
Carhondale, Illinois. 60 l.'ja-'Jt
Mlt. TllAYtn will detiver a dircourtu
this tnornini: in the I'reibyterlan Church,
upon tho following subject: "Kovivali,
Ihoir nature, operations, and tiled." In
tho evening be will addrees thoyounn puo
pie upon tho following: " What is wpjiro I
In order to bu a Christian."
I'ok Kxnt. The brick building on tlio
corner of Kiftoccth street and Commer
cial nvcnuo, 11 rooms and a dry cellar.
Tbli property Is in a splendid condilloii
and eligibly located for a saloon and
boarding boue. Apply to
l2C'.2.8.iit J.O IIarman it Co.
Tns arrivals at Ibo St. Nicholas hotel
yesterday were: H i:owmar,H, Komrners,
Columbus, Kentucky ; .1 K Krown
Shreveport, Louisiana; O 1 Sisson, Mis.
iinHuppi tewii rauroaa j r. juar.a''
Cairo, Atkansai Texas rallroml , J
l'bllllpi, J 1) Clayton, St. Louis; t ..ir
phy, Cincinnati ; W Linker, Cairo, Ar
kansas A: Teias railroad.
Tut soc'ablo of the ladiei of the 1'rci
bylorian church will bo held next 'Ihurs
day ovt.lir.g, ut the nn'ms of Mr. Hyslop
in tho City National Hank Vtl. ling. This
sociable is under tho direction of tho
young ladies of tho congregation and illl
undoubtedly lio the most enjoyable autir
of tho season.
A cordial iavi.ation is extended to all.
Ykhtkkuay mornieg's freight train on
tho C : V K K met with an accident near
Carrier's Mills, by which mvoti rars leaded
with cMt.n toot to the ditch. No damage
wn done except to tbo cars; no lives wero
'ost, and nobody hurt. Tho morning pas
senger train past was delayed by the acci
drnt about nlr.o hours, and tln t.in yes
trday afternoon camo in four hours be
l.v accordniic-s with the rooluliou
adopted by tbu eity council at its last
meeting, tho Mayor lias named Mumrs.
llogan and ileim as the ollljcrj to bu re
tired from tho police force. We regret to
.to Mr. liogan leave tbn forco, for lu was
an ofllclont ofilcor, and always porformed
liis duties faitlifully. We understand that
he will devote hN time and attention to
tho oCIcm of county constable to which ho
was elected at the lato fall election.
Li v Youmi, Kate JJarton and Knnny
Harry, colored damsel, wero yesterday
lined ton dollars aud coils each for loiter
ing about tho streets and saloons at un
reasonable hours of tlm nig, lit- I'eto
Mitchell, for being drunk was taxed two
dollars and tbo usual costs. Dob. Jled
lord for dUlurbiug tho peace, wasarrosted
and taken bofaro tho Judgo, but being in a
beastly state of drunkeness, was rent to
jail to sober oil before tbo Judgo would
boar hit casn.
I'rok. IIaiihy will troat his. scholars
to a Grand Manpuuradu Hall al tho St.
Charles hotel, on MardI (irbs, February
17th. Ho ouvitesall his former pupils to
participate in tho festivities. Good
order will ba preserved, and a good timo
is expected, l'orsont wishing to take part
in tho procession in the forenoon, can ap
ply to Mr. Hardy at his otlico, No. 119
Commercial avenue. C. Uakdy.
Thk Hibernian tiro company bai ap
pointed tboir did'eront lub-cummittoes foj
their ball on noxt Tuesday night, tho 10th,
and thoy aro making full preparations for
tho event. The following aro the names
of tbo mvitM committees ; On reception,
T Gorman and I' O'Laugklin; on door,
Tboa Keano, .fames Greany, A Madden
and .lib u Learmout; on iloor, Henry
Stout, Tbeo Carrigao, M J Marnel and
Tbos Connors; ou bar, W 11 Stoner, 1
FiUgerald, M Ilambrlck and J M Valla;
on decoration, T M Lovott, .lames Cole
man and O I' Lyon.
The committee of arrangements are
now celling tlekoli, and wo hopo tho pub
lic will deal liberally with thorn.
Ws met Col. Deal in tho city yoJtor.
day, and from him learned that tl'e fur
voy of tho pxtonslon of the Cairo, Arkan
sas and Texas railroad from its present
tormlmis to Bird's point lias been corn
plated. Col. Deal, who has tho contract
for building tbo road bed, wont ovor tbo
river yesterday afternoon for tho purposa
of selecting locations fur jlia itios, board
ing homes, otc for tho accommodation of
klwreri, preparatory to commencing
wot);. Within tht nit wtek or ten days
('ul. Dual expei'ts to have onu hundred
mm al work, svrid tccordlug to miulract is
to have tho work dona within sixty days.
The length tf Ilia road lu bo built is a lit
tle over six mllos, commanclng at a point
about one and a half miles back of Green
field's. Tiic meetings at the Methodist .'hutch
cutitimiq with unabated .eal on tho part
of the pastor and members of the church,
and lucroased Interest, of the people who
make up tho congregation. The sorvicM
last nlj:ht wero very Impressive, Tbo
tlicmH chiiiuti by Mr. Waller for thn even
ing's f lborUtif n v.nn tho UiutlO placed
under a print of Christ uli tbo cnus, lu
tho studio ot a German clergyman, "Tliii I
did for thoe; what hast thou done for
me.' and was intrwlucud by tho singing
(if l'liilip l'hillips' sweet hyinu
"I spent long yo:tr lor theo
lu wearlueti and woe,
That ono eterultv
HI joy thou mlghtcd know.
1 fpftit long yearn lor tlio, for thee ;
I Inst thou spent one lor met"
At the clojoof tho remarks and on in
vitation by tbu minister, six young men
and women stood up, arid thus signified
a detlre for an interest in the prayers of
tho church. This was followed by
tho congregation singing to a beautiful
air, tbu ,:rand old hymn
"There la fouutain tilled with blood,
Drawn from fmmanucls vein.
And.lmier- plunged lieneatb that Hood,
lane all their guilty stallii."
During the singing, several camo for
ward and united themselves with tho
church. Tlieiiicotings will continue this
IT HAT IS IT TO JIK A aiKI.VI IAN.
"What It Is to boa Christian" Is an' wcrcd
in one line of the Now Testament, "Hear
yo ono an others burdens," says Wondoll
l,hlllips,"and that man,"ho says,"ls aChrii.
liun though ho may call himself an Infi
del, whoso lifu and ethics are in harmony
with this central root of Christianity," and
many Christian teachers dollno Christian
ity a living in accordance wltii the Golden
"What is it to bo a .low," or
"what is .Judaism," is unsworod by
many leading teachers of tlio faith "to be
the practice of juaico and bcnovolenco."
T. .bbi Wise says, Move thy neighbor as
thyself, togetbor with the golden rulo of
Confucius." Uillcl and Jems Is contained
in '.ho ton commandments of which tho
Understanding is tho Interpreter, Con
science tho Kxpoundcr and Lovo the elo
quent pleader. Again, tho happiness of
mankind depends not upon creed or book,
Sut depends upon the dominion of truth
which is the Messiah and King of Glory.
Dr. Kllinger says that tho trua spirit of
Judaism is to mako men loyal only to
truth and disposal to act for tho
common benefit of mankind i. t. all
truth is tho'revelations of God and .our
duty to love aud bless our fellow-men. A
recent cxpoundor of tho Mohammedan
faith says that Islamism and Christianity
both sirn at tho samo results, tho eleva
tion of mankind. One of tho Mohammo
dan sects say that God is to ba served
only through love, and asks why nut
Christians nnd Mohammedans unitn in
trying to excel in good works. A modorn
liu.'iiir'. says tho holy religion is perfect
justice springing frcm umn'i morltorious
diipoiition which rewards tho good and
punishes tho ovil; aud whoover is
charitable and walks virtuously
must attain heaven. We bavo
hero tho seemingly strango fact
that the qui-tions: "What is it to bu a
Christian,'' "what is it to bo a Jew,"
"what is it to bo n Iluddhist." "what is it
to be u Mohammedan,'' a "Confucian,"
a "I'harascn,'' etc., receive from tlio ad
vanced liberal minds that tako these res
pective name substantially tho same an
swer. Is this not a glorious prophecy of
tho good timo coming whan tho good of nil
nationa and creeds will he united in lov,
working harmoniously for tho elevation
ot all humanity.
Selected rrnm T. W. Uiglnson.
Dkab Hui.lktim I rito to say a few
words about a few things in and around
Cairo, "an' faith you may print them." As
1 cay, thou, rehash them to suit your
self, or insert them as you do others of my
communications, in tho waste basket.
what tiiky bay-.
"Thoy say," has boon kept pretty busy
latoly trying to keep up with tho doings
of tho churches, tbo proachorf, tbe sock
ets and tho noti-seokers, monibors, etc.
And among other things I heard, wlillo
walking down tho strout yosterday, was
tho opinion pretty generally expressed
that ihc pastor of ono of our churches
displayed vory poor taste, vory poor Judg
ment and a far from tree-from-jealousy
christian spirit In organizing, in tho uler
euth hour, an opposition rovival; and at
this time, when, by tho untiring cllbrt of
ono church, a religious feeling has been
"A harvot fully ripened
ifich and golden lies lu viow,"
only waiting tho Bonding forth of reap
ors from tho united churchei, to havo
gathered a barn full of shoavus far each
of them. Now our Mothodist bri'thren
complain that after nursing and tend
ing tho tree with unceasing care, for
weeks, until thu fruit is ripened, llrother
Thayer stops in with Ills big basket, nhakus
tho troo, gathers tho fruit, and crys
"Look at mo; this is all my work; miiio
shall ba tbo pralso," oto. Now 1 do n't
tblnk this is right ; but then i am a girl,
and a very small girl at that, moro addict
od to lino clothos, phantom partlos, thea
ters, nnd making a buatlo In a sowing
clrclo, and gossiping, than to churches,
r.ud of courso don't know anything about
Wliile on church matters, I want to
say that you make a mistake when you
call thu sociablo at Mr. Gilbert's a parlor
concert. It was not I was there wysolf,
in full dress, ribbons, fulso hf.' and all,
and know whurcof 1 speak. . was Mr.
Gilbert's regular overy-four-wceks gath-
tnti, aud cne of tbi happen atfairs of
the union. The parlor cslictit will take
place Mixt Friday tight at Mrs. Charles
GallUjhur'i, " adrnlaston 25 cants, childron
half price, doors open at 7, trouble com
mences at 8.''
We young girls aro looking forward in
a perfect flutter of ecstay to the socIaMu
naxt Thursday evening In
till. lIYJI.Of'i ItOOXK
Ho li so nlco, and so plpasant and sociablo
with u, nd wo always f.njoy ourselves so
much with him. 1 wondr hy he will
continue living all alono by himself.
Well, 1 am suro It Isn't ottr fault.
Speaking of amusemoms, we
have no reason to complain
of dulliias. First tho 'Pontile l'ric.i
j Troupe' for which fMiillis atnl Fulton
still dress in mourning) staid with us un
til I was tired or going, an J ultended two
or threo of my gbiitUhiuti friends by de
clining to go with thorn. The.o wore fol
lowod by the "revival" and parlor concerts
audsociablps. And pretty soon will ho hero
the ssaon for moonlight oxcurslons and
boating parties and and speaking of
boating reminds mo that rowing Is con
slderod a healty uxercls in summer, and
if Its yool in summer why should'nt it bj
in winter, and speaking of ro mp reminds
Mil. c. c Lilt,
went to Springfield this morning, and
this reminds mo that several of our popu
lar young men (I am sorry to say) are
nosrly to tho end of their ropa ; that their
4if l'ves hang by a single thread, as it
woro. "Whori Mr. Uhl returns next week
It will ha as two in onr, and I suppose they
will in tho old orthodox way, calmly and
p'acldly solve tho problem as to which is
the one and follow out tho teachings of
tho scriptures (Gneils 8. 17 i as far as it
appllos to them, and rw the fairy talcs havo
It "llvo happy ever after." I don't drink.
As Itip Van "Wlnklo avj, I
havo sworn ofi", but, wo wont count
this ono so "Here's to delr goot holt, und
doir families goot belt, und may dey leof
long und brosper."
Tira c. a v. k. ii.
Talking of Springtleld, I was there last
month; 1 went by way of tho Cairo and
Vincennes railroad, und changed cars at
NorrisCity. I think this is tbo shortest,
cbaapost and best route, and advise every
body to go that way. We left home In
tho morning, was in Springfield in timo
for supper. My F says, and ho knows,
that under tbo present administration the
C.and V. ne of the lies, managed roads
In tho W" . 'vnd its oflisers hero aro all
gentlemen of ability, etc. I don't know
anything about their ability but I do about
their good looks. I met Mr. Fulmar and
Mr. Clark among tho "phantoms." Mr.
Wilson was there but I did not seo him.
Danced with Mr- l'almer and think ho
Is a handsomer man than dancor. Don't
liko his dancing. Ho would step on my feet
and keep running against me, but then 1
forgive htm, he did not know ho was danc
ing with me, you know; and I roll in lovo
with Mr. Clark, but'Jthen his wife was
there to watch him, so we wont speak of
it. Wo will drop him liko the girl did tho
hot potato, without being told
Speaking of watching remind mi of a
story told me ef how ncoitalo of my gen
tlemen friond, (na ot then sings in tho
choir (bold a watch meeting watching ono
day nut and the noxt day in until the
head of tbo family sont tho booljtck into
the parlor as a gnutlo reminder that llfu is
too short und timo too prc:iour to he
squandered in that way.
I havo a groal deM raorejto sny, but the
afternoon Is -lipping away the first real
ploasant day of tho week, and tho women
will he out liko butterflioi, I must givn
my good clothos nn airl."1. As the 'Sun'
says, " We may havo somotbing moro to
say hereafter. ' Yours truly,
I'ittshurg Coal at
!?! 00 per ton ;
Grand Tower Coal at
S-5 00 per ton.
C. W. AV'iinKLKK,
Otlico on Tonth strcot, botwecn Com
mercial and Washington avonuoi.
SPECIAL LOCAL NOTICES.
Foh n.4 and steam fitting go to Ren
nia's Vulcan iron works, Commercial
avenuo, foot of Ninth street C-10-tf
Tit European hotol, Harry Walker
proprietor, is opon ut all hours of tho
Fok a good squaru meal go to Harry
Walkor's restaurant, Commercial avenuo
botwoon Sovunth and Eighth street, lm
All kinds of fine laces and fringes at
ono half tho usual prico at Hartman A:
Co s. 87-1-30 tf
Am. kinds of clothing and Gonl'a fur
nishing goods at ono half thu uiual prico
at Hartman & Co'i., corner of Sixth street.
Just received and opened, tho largest
and finest assortment, latest stylo and pat
terns of tho best brands of cnlUos nt Hart
inn ti & Co's., corner Sixth street.
All kinda of gamo constantly on hand
at Harry Walkor's, Commercial avenuo
botwoon Seventh and Eighth stroots.
Thk bast quality of Aloxandrla kid
gloves at Hartman & Co's. for suvonty
tlvo cents, worth SI t!0. 87-1-30 tf
Noticr is horoby given that I will pay
no bills for good sold to any of tho em
ployes of Tub Caiuo Hullktik, either
or thumsolvos or for tho uco of tho ollieo
unleao tho rr.vio are furnished on nn ordor
Igncd by Mr. Uurnott or myself
W'M-ly John If. Odkblt,
Mrs. E.R. Workman oll'ora her serv
ices to tho ladies of Cairo and vicinity es
a toachor in tba art of making Wax
Flowors. Vor terms nnd speoimons, sho
refers to Harclay's proscription drug store,
corner Klgbth street nnd Washington av
enuo, who'e orders for Flowers may also
ho left. Ladies wishing lessons will ploars
leave tboir address at tbu store or give
notice through post oflluo drawer No.
m, Cairo, Ills. -J-s t.a-lni
rc: prUQili of brown sugar for ft; 9
pounds best cott'eo sugar at $1; U pounds
of chotca butter at $1; 10 cunts for lard;
Imperial ta at 11; potatoes 30 rents per
pock; apples 40 cents, at Wilcox's Jllock,
107 ''. lm
Mm. Kllzaboth "Williams, WaOilngtion
avenue, be'.woen Tenth and Kloventh
streets, Is prepared Co porform the duties
nf mtdwifu whenevor called upon. She has
had much experience, and feol confident I
that she can glvu perfect satisfaction. j
'.'-3 ) in j
Two Matter! of two lloilers, aach "I i
feet long, 'l Inch Dram, If 14 inch Flue j
with tire front. Mud and Steam drums
Safety and Mud valves, Chimney and ,
UritcUIn, all cvtnplto add in lirM-cL" '
order-; bevn used only three months. Fori
price, uti!., impiiro of J. T. Hkhnik,
3-J.t-tf. Vulcnn Iron Works. 1
Farnbakur,the l'ooplo's Fnvorlto Cloth
iar, has just received from tbu resident
Now York partner,
l'anlc Janes VanU, soveral colors and
lincil through and through, to be and nro
at thu low prlco of
O.VK DOI.LAK A I'M It.
Ho has mido a reduction of 1ft pur cent,
on all woolen goods. 1 10 2-7-tlt
THE HIBKUNIAN HALL.
Tiik Fourteenth Annual hall of tho
Hibernian Flro Company No. I, will bu
given on Tuesday evening, February 10th,
167-1, at Schcol'e hall.
The undersigned committer of strange
monts are making every oti'ort to make
tho ball a grand succors, and will assure
all wno may attend a pleasant time and a
Tho public aro invited. Tickots $1.
"Wm. McHalk,) Com.
Vm. McHalk,) Com.
I'm i. Howaku, I of
A. Susauka, J Arrng'ts.
THK ST. OH A ItLKS HOTEL.
Tbo tindorsignei having resumed the
management of the abovo hotol, trust by
strict attention to business, to tho wants
and comforts of their guests, to merit tho
ronewed favor of their old patrons and tbe
traveling public in goncra).
TheSalnl Charles will atonco undergo
a thorough renovation, aud bo much im
proved in all its appointments.
Good samplo rooms and special rates for
All baggi-gu for guests conveyed to and
from tho hotel frco of charge.
J kwrtt Wilcox & Co., Proprietors,
I will sell my entiro stock of tho bcet
of Hoef, Fork, Veal, Muttou, Fou'.lry,
iiuttor, Eggs, Lard, Irish I'otatoos, Swoet
Potatoes, Apples, Flour, Moal, Spined
Jlcef, and tho best of Corned Hoof. Tho
salo will commence at 5 o'clock in tho
morning and continue, until nino at night
each day for nlno months, Sundays ex
cepted. I havo also lSOacros of the host
of cotton land to sell or exchango for l.'ro
property. I alio want sevoral good r.. cuts
to sell fruit trees. All of tho above wltl
be explained by calling on S. Patterson,
orner of Niuth and Walnut streets, as
there is tho placo tho ia!o of tho meat nm'
vogotabl"! will bo made. f'2 l-ill-lm.
O.wno, Ills., Jan. 31, 1674.
It. S. Hhioham, M. I)., llomiepathist
1 30, Commercial nvonue, Cairo, Illinois
wishes to inform tlm public that he hts
purchased an apparatus for gouerating
ozanized oxygen, and is now prepared to
administer this ugont, which Is now boing
vory luccessfully ""oil in diioascs of the
respiratory organs, such as A6thum, Acuto
and Chronic Ilronchitis, Consumption in
tho first nnd second stages, alo in Spinal
allectinn. llhcumatism, Malarial fovors
Cholera, Arc, .Many eminent physicians'
namos could bo given that advocato the
uso .if ozHnisod air by inhalation us oiih
of tho most tilHctivu curativo agents of
lot' 2.0-1 m
Tin: barber rhop Is on tho cornor of
Eighth street and Commercial avenuo
where J. Gcorgo Stionhouso with his gen.
tlomanly assistants can bo found at any
hour of the day or night, rcadv lu sootho
your footings with a smooth Bhavo, or cool
your temper and head with n good sham
poo. It is a first-class shop, and you aro
suro of revolving first-class treatment.
Ladies' and children's hair cut or curled
after the most approved stylus. 8-15-tf
All colors of Holding Hros. Macbino
Silk cheap at Hartman te Co s. 87-1-30 tf
Wanted A capablo party to canvass
thU town and county lor "Tiik Ai.uikk,"
tho American art journal. Tho right
party will be ofl'ored ovory facility for do
ing the business. Address
118--Ctf. JAMKt, Button & Co.,
Woslorn Hranch,'J3 Mad'.son St., C!.icago.
Fot; Rknt. Tho brick houso situated
corner Third street aud Commercial live
iiuu. Tho housu has been put in good re
pair throughout and is well arranged for
a hotel or boarding hous i, also rooms to
ronton Third street, lnquiru of Wui
MoIIalo, No.0, Winter's block.
PAitTNr.it Wantkh. a gentleman
without capital, hut with several yearn
experience aud thoroughly acquainted
with tbo business, is desirous of forming
a partnership in tho lliilo, Fur und
Leather business in Coiro, with eumo ono
who can fyrnl.sh a capital of say SOOO.
Address, drawer 237. -lit-l-lMf
For Rent. On Commercial avenuo
ono largo room furnlshod or unfurnished
suitable for sleeping room for centloman
and wife or two gentlemon. Apply at
Hui.lktin pIHco. 30-1-13-lm
All brands of sheeting and shirting at
tho lowest prlco at Hartman & Co's.
OBSTACLES TO MAKK1A6E
Happy relief lor young men from the el
fecta ot enora and abuses lu errly life. Man
hood restored. Impedimenta to marriage
removed. New method of treatment. Now
and remarkable remedies. Hooks and cir
culars sent free, lu sealed ouvelopes. Ad
swesrt, Howard AMHOclatlon. Mo. 'i South
Ninth street, Philadelphia, To. an Institu
tion bavin;; a lilgh reputation for honorable
ooduet and professional skill, lit H d&wUm
Anderson, Nancy Allenrth, Lucy
Allen, Klizaboth Allen, Mrs W
Adams, Clara G Jlradley, Henrietta
Karton, Mary A lllalr, Mra.lana
lluckner, Sarah Dunlap, l'erslllar
Downs,Jano Klis, Diahana
Fostor, Carrie Hall, Kraraa
11111, Kliza Hanks, A E
Holland, Mrs T Hunt, Jano
King, Miss A A Koby, Amanda
Lawson, Klizaboth McCowon, Mollla
McCino, Mrs L v ,nt, Nancy
Northington, Martha i nols, Clarrlia
Otston, Nancy Shofl'er, Mary
Stockley, Sarah (J Spy lark, Kmuii
Stables, Llz.io Turner, Kuima
Wallar, Uubbecca Wlibior, Martha I. K
Williams, Catherine Yancy, Mary
Albro, C 11
Hoot, James H.
Cummings. John F
Frank, M V
Funkhouser, V 1,
Jones, Ira 1
Koisor, W A
Perkins, John K
Hoove, John A
Kos, J M
Smith. A L
lioonp, D W
Heals, Louis 11
Coniey, J D
Fisk, W L
Oaliger. W W
Harvoy, II J
Hall, O C
Son os, Jl
McMurray, (5 F
Smith, J L
l nnoro, u J)
Gko.W. McKkaio, ?. M.
Koss baton band, and tor sale a Urge
quantity of o.ik and hickory wood, cut and
split, nnd ready for tho atovc. Also al
kinds of coal which will be delivered In auy
part ot tho city onMiort notice. Leave or
der at coal yard, on Commercial avenue,
opposite Eleventh Mrcct. Dec. 6-3m
The well-known butnceft stand of Custead
A: 1'rovo, at tho mouth of Clcarcrcok, Alex
under county, llliioi, hltuatcd in ono of
the finest agricultural district of the West,
and with a well-established trade. This will
bo found a rare opportunity for an energetic
Tho premises conelst of a store 20X40 feot
a dwelling of eight rooms, well furnished
and conveniently arranged, good cisterns
and all nccexsary out-butldlngs, and ono
aero of land. Terms liberal. Apply or
addrens, Wm. Civtkah,
I'J-'J-lm- d.tw. Clearcrek Landing, Ilia
Hoot and shoe maker, Twcu h street, be
tween Washington avenue ami Poplar
street,!? prepared to mate boots ana shoes
in thu lutcdt and tnoxt fashionable styles,
He will make them to order, old or now
style to suit customers, out or tho hi!'. .and
fre-hei-t ttock, of which ho always ',haa).a
good siipily ou hand from which to make
! icl.Ulons, All titling or boots and shoes
' I I... tn L-I.Us lu .1 - t.. 1.! , . V
I u 1 1 uj tfi.i i.uicia in uuii'J 1IIUII U11UVUVJ'
no foreign tilting being used by him.
Ulvo him a call, and he will ivo you aatls-
nv PRICES 1
IN THE CITY.
.) . Burger, nt his new store
on Commercial Avenue, will
commence this week n sale of
his stock of winter goods nt
greatly reiluccil prices. Ho is
iihout to start East, to lay. in a
stock of early Spring styles,
ami in order to mako room
tor them, will dispose of the
Goods now on hand at prices
which must prove satisfactory
to all. Ho invites all who
wish to mako bargains in
Winter Goods, Shawls, Dress
Goods, Cloaks, &c, &c, to
call at onco. The entiro stock
has been marked down, and
must bo sold, 124-2.8 20t
a i a a i
BOAT STOEBB j-
Ohio Lkkvk , Caiko, Illihoii
KKSlDENCl.'-coriier Ninth and Walnut
fttreots. OiUce corner Sixth itroct and
Ohio levee. Oitlco hours from (1 a. m., to
WHITE ft CO.,
(Successors to L.
SrArLp. & Fancy Gkocmiw,
&OOTS, taoist, W.
And Country Produco of til kl&it..
Corner of Twantiath Strsxt, .
fcZT-A supply of choic butUt from
uoriuern uarisn coneianxiy on I
DR. W. ULAT3W
Sudors illock (upsUira) cotmt U StMal
and VYashlngto Avavto.
90-31-tf. CAIRO, ILLINOI8.
THE SOOTHJfiRN HOi'EL.
MRS. T. N. GAFF2UY
Takes pleasure in stSBOuaeiag to tk fb
lio that iho baa Ukan ponmhrn f OIsl
popular and convanlsai hotol M Ik OUsf
Leva, and that she baa BunnMD
and llBMovATin It in rsstay i
is now prepared to iccommodatsj tt
Ho with good fare, sjood roona, gees) bosV.
and overythlog nacssary to, sull assiolly
found in a first-clasa stitlifcsst
Thankful for put patronage, ako opm to
morlt Us continuanoo.
Day boarders reeeivod t fsjsmsm
-wo os jLntn a O JLT
OFFICE AND YARD:
Tenth Street, between WaihlajrtM MM'
A larse iuddIt of Pittsrbvn ami', tlm
Muddy coal cosutanUy an ktasl. Mm
wood sawed to order. Order m
wood should be left at the osIm m Tosmi
tsreet. Terms, cash on eVtfy; . .
Cairo Box and B askr C.
LUMBER OF ALL
HAM AH Wft,
Kaop oomUattT M kaBd
Fl.OORlNH AMD 8LDIWQ, AIM LAVS,
MILL AND TAKD OOUTU TX8MT
BTBBKT AMD OHIO LBTU.
NEW LIVERY STABLE.
BBTWmsV WAat'H ivum AsTB
Ur. B.r.ruldslafoma taeaatltatUIMM
L 1 V B H T & V A M torn
on lb oorthwwt slit af Tealk atroM ao aass
Hie B labia, will ba taimlatosl with SMSM sml 0b
best ttoxuawm 1
AND GOOD VlMIOLlft
atd the puMIr may tin trim flUosl If
oura of tho day and nlht wltk ml T
on the lowest terms.
Dr. Fields aaka a share of pabMopaorouco
and win endeavor to merit It by Mr OoaaSf
and viriot attantloa tit hiiafnaao.
D. ATSTH6. S. J. ATtWO
A7KRS '& 09.,
F L O TJ lsb'
GENERAL COMMISSION MIMIARS
No. 78 LBviB.Oxisa.at Ius
B. F. PARKB1,
(Successor to Parker sV.Woko,)
PAINTS AND OIL8
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ltd lb. oaJ.twatM Ul
AURORA OIL. ,
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