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LOCAL WKATHJ5R UKPOIIT.
ORWIIVMR'H ofuck, Caiho, UN., )
February ill, 10:11 i,in., 1874. )
Itiromctor,.10sll8 degrees.
Thcunotnotor, 4.1 degrees.
WluJ C. Velocity 1 mile per hmr.
Weathor, i-Ioudy.
Maximum temperature lor lust 21 Iioum,
ti'i degrees:.
Minimum temperHturo tortlie la-itlM hours,
1H deirrees.
Prevailing wind for lut 'U hour", W,
Total number of mite travel- d by wlud
during last 21 hours, liw.
KlAVfN lloolll,
Observer Signal Service, II. H. A.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
V. W. DVVKV, Man.igcr.
ONE N1UUT ONLY.
MONDAY EVENING, February S3.
I'lig.-igemeutofthcGrc.'ite-t Living Ai-lor
Mr. Lawrsncs Barrett.
Supported by
-MISS l.UI.'ISK IIAWTIIOUXi:.
Mil. JOHN W. NOIITOX
-AMI -
T. V. 1JAVKY ti
l i'KlUt IMAMATW COMPANY. -
l lini will be prci-nted lliilvver't Great
plllV (II
RICHELIEU
Or, tile Counprrlcy.
( irdinal lllrlii'lleii....I.AWin:rLXl!Ai!itKrr
I or lull f'n'l of Character" rf l'nir.niiin-.
SCALE OF PIUC1M.
'eueral Admllon l.M
ItcM'ireil ncali
SjIc nf seat commem-ei. at Mr. llartiuali -
lion- on Wnlucday, February 18.
-A.T3HDITi U 2& I
Fill DAY AND SATURDAY,
J'fliruury -Oils uud 1kI.
THE V10LKTS 0' THE A VI Kill CAN KTAU8.
Tho Famous
CHAPMAN SISTERS.
iilaxciik, ixla und hkllk,
With their
COMIC OPERA COMPANY.
Friday Evening, tlio Chapman' great Itur-
lilTTLlU DON GIOVANNI
As plsycd by them 100 consecutive nights
in ."vow loru City, ino original mu-io.
tll'dCl", etc.
Tlio French Cnldocho Troutic--l)enhain's
Hell ltlncors Nr.vv siomrs mid Dances.
ilonjo iolos, Clog Dunces, l'rloi, DllcU,
etc., etc.
.Saturday, the Nlblo's Garden Scullion
LKO AND LOTU-.
t'.uil urlcin. Kraervcil seats lor sale at
UMrltnitn'tf. lt7-2-H-.lt
GRANDEST
G RAJS' DEbT
GRANDEST
A 1? FA 1 11 OF TIIK SKASON.
AFFAIR OF TIIK SKASON.
AFFAIR OF TUB SKASON.
THE CAIRO TURNERS
THE CAIRO TURNERS.
THE CAIRO TURNERS.
TUESDAY KVK., FEU., 17, 1871
lUESDAY EYE, VEU, 17, 1871
'iU -3D AY KVK., FEU., 17, 1874
Masquerade Ball
To bo given by tuo
"Cairo Turner
SOCIETY,
AT
ScheePs Hall;
I TUESDAY KVK., FED., 17, 1874.
The Cairo Turner Society,
determined to eclipse any and
, every ball that lias been given
tins aonson, will givr a Grand
Masquerado ball at tlio time
tind place abovo mentioned.
p Jt is tho determination of the
gontlemon who have the mat
ter in charge to make it the
'bigest thing" of tho kind
that over took placo in this
-ity. Neither time nor ex-
ju'iiso will be spared to accom.
pusii this end, and every one
who attends may confidently
3.pect to sco such a ball as
.tvasnovor before given in this
section of country.
Tho following committees
liavo been appointed :
UOJI.MITTKK OP AltllANOKStUNTS,
F, .M. Stookfleth, chairman, Kd. Uu-
lor, Ji. v. JSOIzncr, Win. Alua and P.
1. holiuli.
Ff.OOIl MiXAflKHK. It. TLilwiinL-nr
Harry Walker and W. F. Kucliou
oeckur. Kr.lIKl'Tl ON COMMITTKi: KlniiliMi
ellWailltZ. Win. Htnlni- nml 'l
Maimer.
LOOK OUT I LOOK OUT 1 1
l..J7-8'2-ta
BKillS, JJJIO., & CO.,
BAG MANUFACTURERS
AaENxn HoiiK Goiton Mili.b
NO. HI Ohiit l.ewno, Oatri). Illfl.
fl.'Jm
' HAIlill A Nit lA'(iriMAW
THE BULLETIN.
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
lUbUK llAKCH COIIVOtlkd tlio 1'uUtkl
county circuit court nt Mcund City yn
lordny. --Saveml plemuiit rooini on lLo uppor
Hour at tliu Hi. Chnrloi con ba led lit vnry
low rulM. li-1 Cl-i f
I'koIiatk CoUlir,.Judi;t) llro prcildini
convenwl ycctorduy uiortiinr;, "Conildor
Mo l.ujlnia vrni truniactcil durini; tlio
day. ,
Wi: iimlnrftund tlio ill, Nicholas bold
linn cb'nngoij Imndi, .Mr. Witlkcr bulng
upcrsoded by Mr. Wol.cl, latu of tho
Stoke home, Mound City.
UKLINO.UKXT T.tXK.. IJintnilnt for
laxut will positively Imimdu March I .si
Ales. 11. Ikvik, Collector.
150.2-15-llt
CaIt. Wm. WiiKiiit. llb Ilnllldny
Ilro.., left yt'Ktprilny morning lor New
Yolk. 1 1 o eipccU to bo tbinnt tbrcn or
four weokn, and will vliltiovurnl Sou'.litrn
cilick In tbo ineftritlmo.
--Hibt, and only olijlit day boardorn uaii
be nccciinti'odatr.d at tbu Nt. Cbarlciut tbo
redlicid price. 2-10-tf
TlIK rovirnl nt tbo MctboIUl cliurcli
will bo continued during thU wuuk. Tho
tnlor'tl tnnnlfott In Uiu tnoollnci i too
deep to admit of their bolng dlicontlnucd
al prcifciit.
Aihrnkl'M, Wednvoday ovdiiny, 16th
Init. Do not fail to htl.ind tho grout lec
ture on tho I'reAdamitM, and boar bow
tho lllblo It vindicated by cj-jntific ro.
tcarcb. AdliilfIoii SO ccuti.
lCt.M7.lt
Tubkk clepunt latnlly routnr, (routing
on tho Oliio, at tbo tit CkarlfK hotel, can
now bu ubtaliu-d with board at reirotmhlo
ratot. U3.2.H tf
.Il'.tk.-s Hikd did n laod olUie biidnon
yntprijay. Tbo number of drunki cap
tured during Saturday ni;bt anil Sunday
wn larorjby'ur than lor a. ilmilur time
for ioviral loonthi. Tbo uiuhl BnoJ woro
lai pofed,
A M'tclAI. train will lo&vo Cairo ovury
rnorning over tbo Vinccnnes road at li 30
o'clixjk, and returning will leavo Mound
City M0:00 a.m. Thii trMn wilt bo con
linucd during tbo leiilon of the cirniit
court in l'lilu'Vi county.
Tin followicj wero nrnonij tbo arrivalt
nt tho St. Churki yuntorday: E Howell,
J. O. Pardee and A. Taylor, Chicago; G.
T, Wintie and A Turner, St. iMUf, li. K.
Gorrnton, New York; W. A. Kcinor,
lackton, TrnuMiee; Thc Scovillc, Cin
cinnati; M. Snyder, Philadelphia.
Lost On Monday, a laryu fixed black
morrcco momor&ndum book containing
a large number of city execution! and
other ppcrj which can bo of valuo to no
one but thu owner. A liberal roward will
be givon to tbo Under by returning tbo
aino to TlIK Uui.lkti.v OlliCB tf.
Di;n:K. i 15BNr.riicTs .Mintreli wors
greoted by a very largo audlonco ut the
Atbenoum Uit night. Tbo combination
it the belt ot tbo kind that bat visited
Cairo for a long timo. They lull for l'a
ducah by tlio tteamor Fisk, which itaid
hero till tho performance wai over,
Tue masquerade hall to tako placo at
tLi, St. Charltt hotel to-night under the
management of Prof. Oif. H inly prom
iset to be a ver' Uno all'air. Mr. Hardy
Iiai laborod hard to iccuro tho luccfts of
tho tiull.'acd wo hope ho will not bo diiap
pointed. Sao nil notice In another col
umn. KKHoVJtli. Drs. O. O. nnd 1). If. Par
kor havo romowd tbi-lr otileo from Iho
corner of Sixth street tind Comnibrcial
avoiiuo to tlio rooms In front of Wlntcr'a
eallorv Sixth itroct between Commor-
cial and Washington avenue?. Dra. Par
ker will be found at their oluco at any
timo night or d&y when riot profctslon
ally absent. 157-2-17-Ct
UrnioiiT Pi.vxo.t M r. Kobblnt of tho
Kobbin! Piano Company of Chicago, lms
brought one of tholr lino upright piano
to Cairo, which will bo otforod for talo for
a fow dajs. Thii t u good oppoitunity
for any pi'rton whodnsirot tu purchnto n
durublo instrument ut a reasonable price.
Tliefo pianos aro fully wi.ranled, and tali
faction guaranteed. Enquire nt thn olTico
of llalliday P.rot. 119-2-1 7-3t
Is anotlior placo in thu ietiio of The
HULt,xTis will bo found tho announce
ment of Mr. Ltwrunco Itarwtt'a engage
merit in thia city Iu tbo ettluiatiun of
some of tho boit dramatic critics In thU
country, Mr. Jlarrott hat bosn declarod
tho equal of Edwin llooth in tho two
great play of "Hamlet" and "Iticbolieu."
Ue thlt an it may, it ft caituin that it will
be a loug timo beforo tho peoploof Cairo
will hav u mi opportunity of egain wit
nessing h pUy by so celebrated an actor.
Mr. lt.irrott romaina hero but una night
nnd the pUy will bo "Uicholieu."
Tun Hi st of tho proposed series ot freo
lectures now In couro of dollvory was by
S. P. Wheeler, Eq , nt tho high school
building Inst night. Mr. Wheoler was
llstonod to by a very fair nudionce, com
posed outiroiy of our substantial und best
clti.oiii. Tho lecturo, tho subjoct of
which was "Linguago, ArtlHolal nnd
Natural," was oxoullont, both ns rogardod
coiiipoition and dolivory, Mr. AVIioolor
is a vory pleasant Hpoakor, and wan llaton.
od to with tho clojest uttontiou through
out. Tho next lecture- will bo by Hon.
.lohn M. Lansdon, on Monday evening
ilurcb 'Jd.
A. 11. Aloxandor, u. & '.1X, H; K.
Doddr dgo, C. A. & T. It. It.: W. A.
Thompson, Ksiox, Mo ; II. P. Konrlck,
tiimriostan, Mo.; Jas. (I. McKon.io nnd
J. F. Knowlos, M, O. Ity.j J. MoP.oo, Vi
enna; 8. Davis and T. J. llhodos. Chris-
tor, Ky.j II. VyH nnd II. Morsley, Ky.
r. ii. Welloy, city; Davis Pollock, Ndoly
vlllo, Mo.s W. T. Tavlor and V. fi. Vrat. I
tox, St. Louis; K. T. Kusor and II. (,,
Jamos, Charleston; H. g. Wollf, "lla
CAlKU DAILY
llridgc; J. H. W'oavcr, Vlncennw: .1. W,
loliticon, Caledonia woro registered ut tho
St. Nloholns yesterday.
LKr It bo nimembored that tho CUiro
Turner Hocllty's tnaiipioradu lull will
como ill" this livening nt School' Wash
ington ball. Ileyond nil quottion this
will be tho most brilliant ullair of tho
kind that has ever taken placo in Cairo.
Some of thu (o'tumes to bo worn to-night
hftvo been i;ottiin up at grout expense
on or two of thorn having ciwt twn bun
tlrud amljlfiy dollars j and of Ufty und
seventy-II vo dollar oulllla (very common
suits fortioto hnril tloin) tbbro wilt bo
quito n numbor. It will I.h worth tbo
prico of admission to look on at tho rnni
queradorf. Paor. Huinv will treat his scholar
to a (Irand Mafquerudo ll ill nt lh St.
Charles hotel, on Mnrdi Oras, February
17lh. He envitaa all his former pupil to
pirticipalo in tho festivities. Good
order will bo preserved, utid h good timo
it expected. Persons wishing to tako part
In tlio procession in tho forenoon, can ap
ply to Mr. Hardy at bis ollice, No. 1H
Commercial uvonuo. C. Hauhv.
7y-27-lf.
It. S. llnidiiAM, M. 1)., Ifoino-pht iiit
W, Commercial iiv.jmic, Cairo, llllnola
withes to Inform tbo public that hu has
purchasHd an upparatiu fur generating
o.ini.ed oxygen, and is now prepared to
administer this ug-ut, which is now luting
very .tico-ttlully used in disoasos nf tbo
reipiralnry organs, such r.s Asthma, Acute
and Chronic Bronchitis, Ccriurnp'.lon In
tho lint and lecond stages, ulso in Spinal
directions, llboiimatism, Mclaritl fevers
Cholera, iSca. Many eminent physicians'
namwccilMbo given that advocato the
mo of oxi ritzy 1 air by inhalation hi uno
of tho roost (ft'octivo curatlvo agentu of
modern times. 109 "J o-lm
PCULIO SAifK.
I v;ill Kill my cntiro stock of tho best
of Iteof, Pork, Vol, Mutton, Poultry,
Uulter, KgRt, I.ard, lrih Potatoes, Sweet
PotnlotiJ, Apples, Flour, ileal, Spi'.'td
Ileof, and tho best of Corned Ueef. Tho
snlo will coiunienco ut 5 o'clock in tho
morning and coutinun until nino nt night
oacli day for nino months, Sundays ex
cepted. I hr.vo uUo 180 acres of tho bust
o( cotton land to sell or txchungo for Cairo
property. I also want several good agents
to sell fruit trees. All of tlio al ova will
be explained by catling on S. PalterioD,
corner of Ninth and Walnut ttroatc, as
thcro is tbo placo the sato of tho meat and
vegetables will bo made, 02 1-31-1 in.
Caiiio, Ills., Jtn. GO, 1S7J.
LOUISIANA SUOAItP.
Wo havo received u consignment of
Louisiana Sugars, which will bo sold to
tho trado. I2lf. Ha.li.iday Uros.
NOTICE.
No improper persons or characters will
bo admitted .at tho masquerade ball at tbo
St. Caarlca to-night. All maskers will
be required to show their face at tjo
door. Ciias. Hardy.
lSG-2-17.lt.
MAS JNIC.
l'sgular convocation of Ca2ro Itoyol
Arch Chapter, No. "I tbi (Tuo.'day) eve
ning at 7 s'clock. Work in Koycl Arch
degree. Every inombor i oxpectoifto bo
ptosent. CuciaTiAK Hanky.
165 'M7-U Kccorder.
MIDWIFKllY.
Mrs. Elizabeth William', Washington
r.vonuo, between Tunlh and Eleventh
streets, is propared to porform tho duties
of midwiftf whenever called upon. Sho has
had much experience, and feel conlident
that tho can give perfect satisfaction.
1J.5--12-2W
WILCOX
Ten pounds of browi sugar for $1; 8
pounds bent collco sugar at Jlj 3 pounds
of choico buttor at SI; 10 cents for lard;
Imperial tea at $1; potatoes 30 cents per
peck; applc-3 10 conts, at Wilcox's lllock.
107-li-l-lm
FOH SALE.
Two Batteries of two Hollers, each lit
feet long, 2 inch Dram, t! 14 inch Flues
with flro fronts. Mud and Steam drums
Safety and Mud valves, Chimney and
Hritchiii, all comploto and in flrst-clasa
ordor been usod only throe months. For
prico, otc, inquire ot J. T. Kmnnib,
!-2S-tf. Vulcan Iron Works.
SHADE TKEhS.
All kinds ot ehudo '.roeii furnixhoj and
cot out at ouo dollar each. Also shade
trees trlmniod and fruit trees pruned. Or
dors may bu left at Parker i: Axley'u, cor
ner of Eight stroet aud AVashingtou uvo
nuo, or at J. H. Metcalf'a, opposito tha
court houso. Si-niM & Lummei.s.
140-2 12-01
ATTENTION TU KNEES.
All Turuars and I'rionds that wish to
take part in tho murquorado procession
will meet on horseback in front of Tum
or hull, cornor Tenth street and Ohio
Lovco, at half-past ono p m. this day,
where tho band wagon will b.i In rosdl
ncss. Ily order of the
CoMMlTI'lIK in' A n I'.A N (J k m i: n i n .
1C0-2-17-U.
AUCTION BALE OK HOUSEHOLD
AND KITCHEN FUUMTUKE
At tho residence of Dr. Evans on
Sevonth stroat, 'i'hursday morning Febru
ary 19th, at 10 o'clock.
I wilt olfer at auction his cntirn houso
hold furniture, consisting of Cupels, Iled
stoads, Chain, Stoves, lluroaus, AVash
Stands, Tables and intiny other nrtlcles
Luiod in keeping linuso.
Jiouis u. .ieyi;k, vuctloucor.
THE 8T. bllAULKS HOTEL.
Thu undorsignni having resumed tho
rnaniigoinont of tho ubovo hotel, trust by
strict attention to buslrjosi, to thu wants
aud comforts of their guosts, to inorittho
ronowod favor ot their old patrons and tho
traroling public In general.
The Saint Charles will atoncn undergo
a thorough renovation, and bo much im
proyd in all its appointments.
Good sauipbi rooms and special rates for
commercial travellers.
ii'iYtjHsii'ni'o for cuosts convoyed to and
1 from tli') hotel fmu of cuaigo.
JhwhttWiixox & Co., Proprietor,
tf
BULLETIN, TUESDAY,
OMMEIICI.W,.
PnicK CuniiKNT Ounce, 1
Monday Evk., February 10, 1874.
(IBNKRAt. IIUMAIIKS,
Heavy rains havo fallen during tho lnt
tor part of tho past wok and havo In
terfered with buslnoss an 1 restricted
transactions Ui soino xtont but a filr
amount of business hat been done In com
and oats. 'Iho market is weaker to-day
In grain and pricos aro lower. Oats closed
ta-nlghl at for chotco mixed sacked
and delivered, againsl Ctc at tho close of
last week. Corn also rule J flower to-day
b'.itclosud firm. Thero Is a full supply
of corn and oatt olTjrlng to-day. Corn
meal was excited nnd firm; receipt aro
all lakun on nrnvat and pricm nro still',
Butler is more plenty nnl prices aro
lowor. Giber branches of tho mirkel are
unchanged,
Wi' Cjrruipjnd'jnt should lw.ir In
mind that our quotations rcprosont pricos
for round IjU from llrst bands, unles !
othcrwho sUt0 1, nnd that In lllllng smal 1
ordors, hlghr prlcoi mint bo pld.""uia
I'LOUll Hjayy, dull an 1 unchanged,
r'th vory li'.tlo movement oxropt in
brand! that havo an established inputa.
Hon. Prlcas generally rulo lower, und
t'annaetioiia nro confined to lltlioc orders.
Sites wcru 100 bbls C 003 oO; 200 tibls
C 00(3,8 75 j fi00bbis 5 003 CO; 200 bbls
C 00Q9 75; 3 00 LLls in orders from a'.oro
C 00&0 50; 300 bbls 1 507 25; 100 bbls
at 5 CO.
HAY Unchanged. Tnoro is a fuir
demand for striclly choice timothy, with
very llttlo In thi mtrkot. Cjmuion hay
is in larg.) supply and not waoto I, Sato)
reported woro C cars choic.i mixo.i del
15 00; 2 cars llmDthy dot li 00: 1 curs
prniriodel 10 00,
COl'.N Thu mrkt is quoted lirm at
priaoi a tludo lower. Thero was vory
llttlu doing to-day, uod tho market is well
supplied Hacolpl ars moro llboral. Sstos
embraced 2 cars while birkod and del 71;,
sold early; 10 cars bulk mixed Iho; C
cars now bulk mixed 5Sjj o cirs old
mixed and yollow in bulk on track 01c i
2 cars white, sacked and delivered CSc; 1!
cars yellow do dotlOj; 5 cars tnixad do do
C9c.
OATS Tho market is easier an tollers
aro willing to makj concessions to-day in
order to oil'iiflt sales. Prises ruls a cent
lower than al the ctnoor last wock, quo.
tations aro 47 in Ju.k and 53 sicked,
cholcu mixo.i. Kincy black and vhito
osts for seed bring! highor pricos. Wu
noto sales of two cim choico black, sacked
and dol 00c; 0 cv mlxl sold to-day fiSn
sacked and del; 17 cars mixed in scks
and del, sold early, Clc; 2 cars whito sack
ed and del 53a; 3 cars whlto in sacks dol
Cjc; 3 cars wlito in second hand tacks
del 53c; 4 can mixed in bulk on
track 47i8r.
COltN Ml'AL-Scarca. llrm anl act
ko. All on tho markot was takon oarly
in tho day anl price cloitid llrm with an
upward tendency. Saloi woro 300 bbls
siuam dried 3 80; 30') bbls kiln drlod
3 30; 300 bbls s'.eam drlsd 3 33; 250 bbli
ctu.uii dried 3 30) 32,
BEAN' Unchanged, nsno In market,
there ;'s soino Inquiry for It at 16 00 per
ton.
BUTTEK-ltocolpU of Southern Illinois
havo been moro liberal nnd tho market Is
weakor and prices closed lower. Cbotco
nprthern roll quoted at 32(3)3 1c; choico
northern solid packed 3130 nnd choico
Southern Illinois Is quotil a. 30c, outside
figure. Silos, roportod woro COO lbs choico
northern roll 32, 333lc; 20 packages
choice Soulhorn Illlnoii roll '-'glOc, 6
pickages choico rorthorn solid packed
35f23tV.
EGGS Vory quiot plonty m markot
with very liltlo demand. Silos 800 do.cn
shipper's count 12A15c.
OH10KEN3 Either quiot. Tho woath-
or is too changeable for 'dressed poultry.
There Is a fair supply of all kinds on tho
market. Siles wero 30 dozen choico
drcssod 2 "GgVJ 25; -1 coops livo 1! 0-
3 00.
TUU1CEY3 Tho demand is modorato
nnd supply fair at previous quotations.
Sales 000 lb dressed at 10:.
BEANS Choico mixod, aro quotod at
1 00 "p biubcl.
APPLES Fnchanced. Tho supply
of choico applet is limited. Choicn north
ern arequotol at 1;005 50; Southern
Illinois 3 00(2)1 r.o.
PP.OVISIONS-Firm and unchanged,
quotations eatnu as lastjssuo. The supply-
is aathor small fjr tho domand. Tho fol
lowing aro tho quo'.ations for to-day, in
bulk; packed lots aro Jiglc higher; 1) S
cloar lidrs S8 ; do O K sides 8f?8;;
dnshouUors 0J; mess pork 15 500
15 75 ; country lurd 8J,
COTTON Tho market is utichanircd
good ordinary 13Jc. ordinary lie;
low ordinary lO10Ao; infurior Uo,
Oil KESE Cream" 14c j New York fac
tory 10(3)10c.
JilM E 1 2D1 oO f.'blil.
CEMENT 2 Ooraa DO p bbl,
COAL OIL lt019j V gal.
GUNNIKS-Ko-sowed i!J bu.hols 18c ;
3 biihels 20c,
H YllUPS-Choieo 00c(jjsl por gallon;
Now Orloaria 75f?ij80c.
PLASTEU1NG HAlll 35c por
bushrl.
BUlUiAPS-2j bushels corn, 0J f7.
15Jo; do 10 o. 10c; 4 bmtiels oils tiou; 6
btifchnls 21o; li bushels 22c
BEESWAX V lh 30o.
KO1P Shaotler's Gorman luottlod, 7J
CbtMiipilsn soap, 71o.
TAI-Lv) A' V lfi5ajo.
BUG AK Crushed P.'Jcj A, 1 11 IVc j
oxtra (). I01llc.
COFFE E Java 4O0U.V; primn 33
31c; choliai 341CM."). .
FHKIGHT Cotton, comprossod to
Now York, 85n! to Bunion SI. Uneom'
pruned, to Now York, l 14; to Boston
$1.
To Now Orbmns and Vleliaburg:
Potatoes, apples, oto, 30o; pound
freights 15o owt; hay jier i.on; Pork
"MAUDl (JK AS,"
Thu carnival prosesslon, under tho di
rection of Professor Hardy, will movo
from the front of Bisnr's hall, O.immor-
olal avenue, at 2;30 o'clock p.m., on tho
17th. m-'J-ll.Ot
A Piano iw lxciianuic ron vaoant
loth jn (JAino. Any jiorsmi having a
vacant lot or lots that thuy would or
Rlmngfl lor a tlrst-cluss piano, nan ba suited
tiv addrosalng Miss Mary DUon, agont
Carbondale, Illinois. SO 1.28-flt
FEBRUARY 17, 1874.
ItlYKIt XKffH.
I'orl Matt
AHK1VALS
and drpaiiures lor the 24 bours ending at C
li. in, lat evcnliiK :
Steamer Gracoy, Columbus,
" Jim Fisk, Padueati
" Arkansas Hallo, Evansvlllo
" St Joseph, St Louis
" Thot W -Means. Pittsburg
" IiouIsvIIIh, Cincinnati
" Ben Fraualin, .Memphis
" Laura L Davis, Wasbvlllo
11 Sam Hoberts, lit Louis
" BelbShreveport, Shrevcport
" Hollo Memphis, St Louis
' Q llcklfp, Evansvlllo
! P. A Babbage, St Louis
" Mary Allco, St Louis
IlKCAKTKD.
Steamer Gracoy, Columbus
" Arkansas Bnllo, Evansvlllj
" St Joseph, Momphti
" Thos W Means, South
" Louitvlllo, Now Orleans
" Bon Franklin, Cincinnati
" Laura L Davi, St l,ouU
" Jas D Parker, Memphis
" Sam Hoberts, Loutsvlllu
" BhIIo Shroveport, Shreveport
" It A Babbage, Now Orleans
' John PTotlo, NowOrloant
" (Quickstep, Evansvlllo.
Tin: I1IVSKS.
"Tho Ohio river Is rising again, and
lincj Sunday morning hat rin ubout
twenty inches. Tho Mississippi is rising,
and thero h now plenty of water between
h-ro and St. Louis. Dullness was not
vory brisk yestnrday. Yostorday was ono
of tho pluasanWxt days of tbo winter,
which has bouti romarkublo for tho Ono
woathor.
MIMiM.LANh'OUa.
The P.. A. lldibngo loft Sunday night
with n tow of idght barges of coal for
Now Orleans-.
Hello r-brvveport brought 1,150 bales of
cotton for the East per thu C.ilro it Vln
ce tin i.s railroad,
Tho Sam Hoberts took flvo barges of
iron ore, 2,000 tons, to Pittsburg.
The Bou Franklin has 1,100 lulus cot
ton for tho Ohio river nnd tho Eiiat, and
took tbo trip of tho John .Moans from
this port.
Tho Laura L. Davis brought 500 batos
cotton for reshipment south and ii lot of
pig iron for St. Louis
Tho Thos. W. Means had u tow of coal
for Now Orleans.
Thu Jas. 1). PurUor hsd a good trl" of
freight, and had a cabin full of MardI
Oriu people.
Tho St. Joseph was very vU lxdan for
Memphis,
Tho Loulsvllto was wilt ladon for Now
Urlesns.
Tho Fisk brought out a very fair
trip.
SPECIAL LOCAL NOTICES.
OVKi:co.m worth $1C for ?8 ot Hurt
man it Co'. 87-1-30 tf
All brands of sheeting uud flirting al
tbo lowest prico at Hartman it Uo's.
87-1-30 tf
Eon a good equaro weal go to Harry
Walker' roHaurant, Coiiimorcial avonua
between Seventh and Eighth strout. lm
Am. kinds of line laces and fringes at
ono half tho usual prico at Hnrttnan iV
CoV 87-1,-30 tf
Por. (l ah and steam lilting go to Hen
nios Vulcan iron works, Commnrciol
avonuo, foot of Ninth street 9-10-tf
Tub European hotel, Harry Walker
proprietor, is opon at all hours of tho
night. 11-7-lm
All kinds of clothing and Gent's fur
nishing cood3 at ono half tha utual privu
at liartnian & Co's., corner of Sixth street.
87-1-30 tf
J uT roccivod and openid, tho largest
and finest assortiuentjatest stylo and pat
terns of tho best brands of call, os ut Hart-
innn A Co's., rornnr Sixth street.
87-1-30 tf
All kinds of game constantly on baud
at Harry Walker's, Commorcial avonuu
betwoon Scivonth and Eighth streets.
11-7-lm
Tni: lost quality of Aluxindria kid
gloves at Hartumn vt Co's. for seventy
tlvu cents, worth $1 '-'5. 87-1-30 tf
A l-'VLL asuurtment of J. P. Coats' nnd
CJark As Co's, cotton, tit 11 vo conts por
spool at llartbiau A: Co's., corner Sixth
stroet. 87-1-8U tf
Foil Hunt. Tho brick building on tho
corner of Fifteenth ttreet and Commer
cial avonuo; 11 rooms aud a dry cellar.
ThU property Is in a splendid condition
and eligibly located for a saloon and
boarding hnuso. Apply to
120-2-8-Gt .L O,. Hakman Al Co.
Paktnku Wanted. A genlloman
wlthuut capital, but with several yoara
uxpnrioQco and thoroughly acquainted
with tha business, is duslruus of lortnlng
a partnership in tho Hide, Fur and
Leather bualmws in Coiro, with egiiio ono
who can lurniah a capital of say !jffi,OC0.
Address, drawer 217. -lD-l-lW tf
or ija ii
Pittsburg Coal at
SO 00 per ton ;
Grand Tower Coal at
$5 01) por ton.
C. W.AViiui:i.i:i(,
Ollleo on Tuntli stroet, butwi.nii Coin
meiulal aud Washington avenues,
H5-l-:il.lm
Pou Kknt. Tlio lirluk housa situntcd
corner Third streut and Cominerulal ave
nue. Thu houso has been put in good ro
pair throughout and is well arranged for
n hotel or boarding houso, also rooms to
ronton Third street. Inqulro of Wm.
McIIulo, No.il, Wlntor's block
105 2.3.tf
Thk burber ebop is ou ifco corner ol
Eighth Btrent and Commorcial avoouo
whoro J. Goorgo Slimihouio with his gen
tloinanly assistants can ho found nt any
hour of tho day or night, ready to sootho
your loollugs with a smooth rbavw, or cool
your tomper arid hvad with a good sham
poo. It is a first-ulncs shop, and you aro
euro of receiving flrsl-oluss troatimmt.
Ladles' and ohlldron'n haircut or curled
sifter thn most approved styles. 8-15-tf
PHIL. H. SAUP,
Wtiolcpnlc
CONFECTIONER
A ml Manurhcliirer of
HOME-MADE CANDIES
102 Commercial Avo.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS
IfirSOrdcrs from Abroad Fromntlv Attended to.
'
SPKCIAL NOTION "
TIME CARD. T
:i.LlN'OIS CENTHAL HAILKOAD.
TIIAt.VS LKAVi: CAIIIO.
Mall at !:30 a m,. 1mIIv.
Kxprr-sut 3:00 p.m.,
l'relxbtal 4:(k) a in , . ..cxecpl Sunday
Freight at ...1I:,V. a.m '
Freight at..... 1:00 p ,. .
AUIUVB AT CA1KO.
-Mall at 2: 0 a.m., )ttiy
l;;reMat 2:0ft p.iu excopt hunday
l-rclght at Iliiri a.m excent Aloudav
rctgbt at 7MU p m except Sunday
Freight ut 10:0.") p.m...... " "
K-S.17-tf. Jamks JoilNio.v, Agent.
110.S3.
Kii.'i has on hand, uud tor rale a lsre
quantity of oak and hickory wood, cut and
M'ht, und ready for tho stovti. Also al
kinds ol coal which will bo delivered in any
paitof Iho city on short notice. Leave or
ders at coal yard, on Commercial avenue,
opposito Eleventh street. Dec. O-'itn
JUILKKS,
floot and sbou maker, Twen h street, bo-
tweon Washington avenue and Poplar
street, l prepared to male boots anu shoos
In tho latest and most lusklonuhlo styles.
Ho will rcake Ihein to order, old or new
stylos to suit customer, out of the bit .and
Iro best stock, of which ho always ha a
food supply on hand flom which to make
selections. All fitting of boota and shoes
made by .Mr. Lhlora Is donn In bis own shop
no furelgn lilting being used by blm.
Ulvo blm a ca'd, and he will give you sat It
faction. OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE
Happy relier lor young men Irom tlic el
lects ol errors and armies lu varlyllfo. Man
hood restored. Impediment to inarrlaxe
removeu. .e w inctliod ol treatment. Now
tint rcniarkablu remedies. Hooka uud clr.
:ulars sent tree, In toaled envelopes. Ad
JresH, Howard Ajxoelutlon, .No. - South
Ninth street, I'hlladelphla, Pa. an institu
tion lmv iui; u hlk-li renut.ition Air bnnnralile
nmliir-t miI tir.iLi-wlnntlxtilll. 11!) -S ilA-w.lui
Notiuk Is horoby glvon tliut I will pay
uo bills for good sold to any of Iho om
ployoa of Tun Oaiho Bullutin, oithor
or themselves or for tho use of tho office
unloeo tbe aatao nro furnishod on an order
tpned by Mr. Hurnott or myeolf.
l2-20-ly John U. Oiikbi.t.
KEW LIVERY STAtbli
.MILLS W PAKKEH, I'roptU-tor.
Tontli Strcrt, between Walnut anl Wash
ington,
H:ivlogiurehacdtho cntiro stock, Stable,
Ioi-kos. C.irrlazes. lluirirlcs. etc.. ol llr.
I'lold. ami iiilclnd Mnor.il noiv "turnouts."
.Mr. Parker now invites ull Ids irlends, old
ami new, ill wsutot Saddle Homo. Double
or Siniilo Carriage, or anything olao In his
lino, to civn nun a can. i n i-; im
TIIK CAIRO AND VINCKNNE3
KAILUOAO.
CHANGE OF TIME.
i()n and alter Tucdav. Jamiarv 13. 1871.
Iraliu will run as follows:
(ioi.Mi noiitii.
lA-avo ('alio 4:3.1A.M.
Mound City 4:50
Hun ii-burg 7:17 "
" Eldorado 8:0!) "
" Norris City S:l." "
Carml 0:25 "
' Mount Carincl 10-.NI "
Arrive ut Vincormes 12:10 p.m.
coi.ni; .sou ill.
l.'-avo Viliconiies 7:21 A.M.
' .Mount C.irmel h:l3 "
" Carml 10.18 "
" Non-U City 10:17 '
" Kldorndu IISl "
" Harrl.lnirg 11:12 "
JlouuilCilv 2:40 P.M.
Arrive at Cairo 3:00 "
MOUND CUTY .ACCOMMODATION.
Leave Cairo at 11:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m
evo Mound City at 12:20 p.m. and 5:5.ip,m,
CO.N.NKCTIUNS.
AtNorrls City vvltli Sicliurtleld and Ull-
mis .Southeastern ralhvuy tor Sjilngilcld
ami Miavvnceiown.
At luceunes. Iiidlaiiaiiol sand liiccuuos
railway tor liidUiiupQlls aud all point North,
l-.'i-t ainl west; Willi Jvvhusviiio ami craw
lordIIIo railway lor Terra Haute, Evansvll'o,
I)anvllli), Chicago and point Nurth, East
Midwest; Willi Ulilo anil .Mississippi run
way tor St. Louis, l.ouliville, Cincinnati and
ill points cast and west.
Tickets lor salo at Company's ollice, cor
ner Seventh street and Commercial avenue,
utid y Jinnies .Malloiy, Ticket ivgcul.No, .
vue slioet.
L. W. Pai.mkii, Gon'l Sup t.
E. P. Wil-jon, Gon'l Panaongor, Act
37-i;i-tr
0AIUO, ARKANSAS AND TKXAS
AND OAIIIO AND FUL
TON HAILltOADS.
The shortest and only direct routo from
Cairo to Jaeksouport, Llttlu Buck, Hot
Springs, Fulton, and all points in Arkansas
and tho Southwekt.and OalvrMnn, "ousion,
D.iIUm, Austin and ull point In Texas
1'WKl.VE 1IOUH8 IN ADVANCE OF
ANY OTHER UOUTK.
Through tlcki.ts, through bills of lading,
aud liiform-vtlnn ai to freight iate, pas
senger lure, connect ions, etc., can bo ob
tained at tho compauy's etllce in Winter's
block, cornor of Seventh street aud torn
uiorcial avenue.
Hacks will call at prlvato residences aud
holels for passengers, when ordurs are loft
in time.
Elegant Pullman palato sleeping cars on
all night trains.
Tvatnsrun dally, (Sundays excepted) from
tho Cairo OIHeo in lollowsi
CIIAIILK8TON ACCOMIOI1ATIOW.
Leavo UrcemU'ld's.,..0i:n a m aud 4:0.1p.m.
Aralvo atiueiillcld's.,0il7 a m undU:3Si).iu.
K.M-lllft HUNS DAILY
Leaves Grevntlvlii'4 , . .200:p- W,
Arrive at arcenliold'a,...,, liWp.m,
W. A ri.f., Chlaf Kilnoer. '
and ltclail
llA-lt-lt.
HAHI
ENTERPRISE SAVINGS
SA.STTC .
-!r DHOTIS
rtl lust ifjf
otrioit o
CITY NATIONAL BANK.
owrioiuM :
.i.HY8LO.oVirU
iBumtail
P. -f M.kSS.
It. li. Ooamata.a, p.,,.. P- -'1g
iHn
rrn iiviiiiusns
TMTKKEaT r" 00 dC2 ' ol SU j
I ---- -' --- 4
her Iki. ipraat ac withdrawn U 4ld tiam.
lUtl Co tr pruPI of ih deposits, Uaraby
alrlac lhra eoi&ottiid loMrMl.
mM.mmiMV t
DlJ-OflT MOVBT
Opn o fT batlatw day from to I kvnu
n,i H.Mrr Touik lor HAVING DKHfalT?
odI cteok.
net'
r. IfTHLor. Trunr.
TH3 CITY NATIONAL
UIHII, 4.I,faS
CAPITAL,
100,000
f. f. UAULIUAT. PrMldsali
JliNBr L. HALL! AT, VuwPrMld-il
A. ti. UXTFOR1), OMbUr
WAI.TKR HTULOP, A-Mlsila OMhlar-
eiavcroaj.
Hruft 'Utu, Roiiit H. Ovaaa lima,
Hnat L.Iu.luu41, W. P. llAtusav,
Qao, D. Wuixiasoa, Braruaa Hibs
A. B. BAitoso.
Kslu- C'olu ut Vmitm mtmtm
Ho hui BLlt sum! mmt.
DBP06IT9 r.Tj, and moral
huslnoas loi.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
It. W. Millkb, 1'roitdent.
J. M. I'm urs, Vloe-ProttdBt.
Ciiah. CtmNiNOUAM, Caahle r.
aOLLKCTlONd PROMPTLY MA1.
EXOIIAtHK, eons, buk u aed DuM
HtAtai Mtoar'KM houtht and sold.
tiltrM AHaarl Tlau BfMlttl
ITS PRICES 1
c umiT
DRY GOODS
IN THE CITY.
.T. Ruvgcr, at his now stor
on Commercial Avonuo, wil
commence this weok a sale of
hi stock of wintor goods at
greatly reduced prices. Ho is
about to start East, to lay.in a
stock of curly Spring stylos,
and in order to mako room
(or them, will dispose of the
Goods now on hand at priceB
which must provo satisfactory
to all. lie invites ull who
wish to mako bargains in
Wintor Goods, Shawls, Dress
Goods, Cloaks, &c, &e.,,to
call at onco. Tho outlro stock
has boon marked down, and
must bo sold, 124-2-8 20t
ILL! AM R. oMITH, M. D.
KiaiDKEClS-No.ai, TlslrUentk mU) k
btwCB Watkloittoa aveade b4 WaJtrMl
street. Ote-ll conmrelal ?, Bp
ttln.

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