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LOCAL WEATHER HEPtfilT. IT HE BULLETIN.
OMIRVBR'8 OprtCR, Cairo, llll., )
February 1U, 10:11 p.m., tsU. J
Thermometer, V degree.
Wind K. Velocity 4 miles per hour.
Maximum temperature for last !21 bonis,
afJnlntttnUBiaerature (or tlic Ieit2s noun,
lMYU!af wind for last .24 hourc, W.
fotal number of miles traveled by wind
during lartSl oun, 1I8.
Observer Buccal Service, U. H. A.
1 " DA ' i Manager.
ONE NIGHT ONLY.
MONDAY EVENING, February UX
Engagement of tlicGrcatt-nt 1.1 lug Air
Mr. Lawrence. Barrett.
MISS LOUISE HAWTHORNE.
Mil. JOHN V. NORTON
SU RAMATIU COMPANY-
will be prrenied Iliilwci't Great
Cardinal Itlcl4illeu,..,L,WRKU.,cu nAiiuxrr
For full Cnrt of (.'hnrarlert vo Programme.
CAJItO LOCAL NEWS.
Tun colored icliooli of the city are re
potlol to be in a prosperous condition.
The Turners' parade yesterday was a
grand efi"alr,and created considerable mor
--Eight, and only oigbt.dav boarders can
be accoiomodatcid at tbu Nt. Charles at tbo
redticod price. !M0-tf
llznaii Miller was In tbo city yestnr
day. Ho left for Ht. Louis by tbeaftor-
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1874.
8CALE 01' PRICES.
General Admlsloii ... ., $1.00
Its-served Miiu 1Ji.
Hale of teati commence at Mr. Hartinan'a
swre ou t unesday, r cbruary 18.
Witr. Muitriir, of Metropolis, but
formerly a Calrolle, wm in tbe city yos
Sovoral pleasant rooms on tho upper
lloor at tbo Ht. Charles can bo bad at vory
low ratei. IMU-tf
up. . .
nanou i man who can milk cow.
and make himself generally usoful. Ap
ply at offleo of Ht. OUarlti hotel.
Oaut. Dean, tbo popular clerk at tho
at Charles hotel has gone on n abort viV
It to bU family, who rotldo at Capo Oorar-
JJKLlxgUKNT Taxe.s. Distraint for
taxes will positively bo mi do March M.
A let, II. Ikvi.v, Collector.
Work on the extension of tbe Calrr,
Arkaniai and Texas railroad from Green-
fleid'i to Illrd't l'oint will bu cotnmonccd
In a day or two.
Tuukk elegant family room., froutlnc
on tbe Ohio, at tbe Ht. Charles until, can
now bo obtnlned with board at reasonable
rates. 153.2.15 if
Kill DAY AND SATURDAY,
February SOtli aud 21wt.
THE YIOLETS Or Tll AMKB1CAK hTAU.
ULAIXCHK, ELLA mid IIELI.E,
COMIC OPBKA COMPANY.
Friday Kvmlng. the (.'bapnun'n great Bur-
LITTLE DON GIOVANNI
At played by them 100 consecutive nights
Iji New York City. Tbe original music,
The French Coldoche Troupc-Denham'g
Hell Itlnreu -New Hongi and Dance).
Uonjo .Volo, Clog Dancer, Trios, Duel,
fliturday, tb Nlblo'i Garden Sensation
hiO AND IiOTUa
Kuv. Mr. GiLiK&r'a lermon, delWefod
lait Sunday eronlng, li ipoken of at one
of tbe but over di.liverod In thin city.
Mr. Gilbert U becoming vory popular
with tho church-going people of Cairo.
Athemki'M, Wednwday uTenliiL'. leth
init. Da not fall to attend Mia cr. nt
turo on tbo Pro-Adamltw, and hear how
tho Hlble U vindicated by adentlEc re-
iearrb. Admiailon CO centi.
ElutlT weki morn and tho tlmo for the
lecticn of a city treaiuror.clurk and live
member of the city council will have ar
I rived. So far we bear no namci men.
noned In connection with oither of tbo
ofllcol. Timo tnoiJL'h. boworer.
m v .
AHEuniiw Hiatoi court room in the
third Hory of tho cuitom houio ii altnoit
dally vlelUd by itrangor tlopping in tbo
city. Ana.lndod,itii an inititution worth
teeing. A bar.diomar court room cannot
bo found in the weiUm country.
m r Chief Mallalo aiiil M. HKELERS LECTUIIC.
o. .uu, nr. uoinC auiy in vn ay rcomntuiilcated.l
tlrce. A. Clh( itrgeaDt, Ofllcora itartln, Kditou Uui.LBtlN: I, being ono of tho
Sheoban, Mohnor and Wvolon, compoto number that compoiod tho largo audlenco
uie nignt rorco. Tbcltyl divided Into 1110 u'gh ichool building on Monday
iwouiuricu, vis: All that part ofthe city "'K'" aod dorlvlug to much genuine
iouui p: iwottri itroot conitllutet tho first P'uro m well at Instruction from the
district, aod is patrolod by Sboehan and 'ecturo and tbo accompanying cxercliei,
Martin; and all that part of tbe city abovo frnu to confess tht I think It dasarvai
Twelfth ttroot pompoms tho teoond dli- nioro extonded notito than was given it
inciovor wincn MoLner and Wooton by Tiik But.Lr.Titf yesterdiy mornlne-
.rcmn. norgeant ialn dovote hh time There wa. considerable regret oiprerted
A BI1U iw..iUg iuat no one was present t j represent Tin
Into out of tbo way places. The dlstrlbu. nu, , .-. , ' -.,,,,., . . 7
tlnt. .. i ' . .. ....... ""T'f In a reportorlal way, but 1
imali a forcT '" learned to-day that your whole available
itaff was ongaged In "proftiilonal duty,"
it. B. IlntoiiAM, M. 1)., Jlomoepathist I O0lnf? "minstrels and at the church, ex.
i jo, Lomtnorcial avenue, Cairo, Illinois "P unrnott, and te not havine re
wlslios to Inform tbo public that ha has special Invitation, oither never
purchased an apparatus for generating nrJ of or forgot all about it, which Is
ozanlxed oxygen, and Is now prepared to lho tttao-
administer this ngont, which Is now boine Writing without notes Is a little like
very mcceisfully ufod in diseases ,f the Poaching "from tbe shoulder" without
roiplratory organs, such as Asthma, Acuto "oto, llkoly to scatter some. I, not ex-
anil Uhronlc llronchitis, Consumption In P"01'0!? attempt writing up the Ucturo,
tho flrat and second stagos, also in Spinal 100,4 " notw "n,l auit contont my
atTcctiotn, Ilbcuniatlitu. Malarial fevers nd roliovo my consclonco bv nivlnir
Cuolora, ie. Many eminent physicians' " a ",,clt n'1 a promise," as the farmer
names could bo e ven that advocaln th. ali nl cornUeld.
uio it or.enl2Bd itir by inhalation as ono
of tbo most cll'ocllve curatlvo agonU of
ino-iern limes. 109 2-C-lra
Tukiik It to bo found in Cairo a dozen
The large school room was filled to Its
utmost capacity, at an oarly hour by an
The opening exorclies, the muile ami
more of lho worst llttlo bov. In lho " ri.Vt.... ' V . .
, v.iiu.u uijjni compiimenied, Tuera
Sunday evening a gang was no he.ltatlon, no delay, no hitching- f f. .1 , T
ntorten of tho llttlo rat. every thing went off like clock work b4l or tbn tl'8 day previous, but
t for "some fun," and in which speak, volume, of praise for Mr a. the ttr.t i
Ik May next tbe colored maions of the
Kescrvcd Mats lor sale at ,Ut0 vUl Lold tho ,e,,Ion ot llieir grand
l(Mge in tola city. Th colored brothron
of the order hero are making prepara
tlon. for the coming ovsnt and look
forward in anticipation of a goo I time
Dk. C. II
MarcJt til, ks.
CITY NATIONAL UANK, OAIHO
A. M. BAJTOIU). Prwldentj
8. fl. TATLOB, Vleo-Preddent;
U. OYBLOP. Seorttary and Tnaxurer
f. K. tUaotav,
t, H. Otooajrura,
R. H. Ooaiiaeaaa,
Pkvi. Q. BcaxH.
U. f. UUXICAI,
H urn tmm mm i;.i,uai.
T3TXKBST Mid on do!U M tb rata at sis
X paraant. par aaaam, Marsh lataad 0biid
Ur uu UUratt not withdrawn la ad dad trarae-
niaMij win pnnslpaj or tbs d.po.iu, Ut-robr
?ia thaai oompoajtd laMrusl.
MAMUED WOKIS AKD OniLDRBK HAT
to tait as oia ui cxm vmw it.
iraaa mfrf COJiIomi- dav from t .ru. lo t p.ro,
aaf Htarday ara-iUt or UAVUiQ BJSi'OSin
coi, rroca so o oioek.
W. RT8L0P. Trauurer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
UAIMO. 1 litilSJOIN
CAPITAL, . . $100,000
Wl t. UALLIUAT, Frld.a,
HURT L. n aL LI DAT, Vioe-rre.ld.ni
A. H.BAjroKD, Oatblari
WAITB BTSLOP, Aa.litta OMlil.r-
'f,iTW"' lloiiat It. OosiauA.
ao. D. V7iuuhm, Btwaaallian '
, A. B. Barroao,
xetetaco. Cola mu Unltod asatat
amtU BucU auad Bain.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
J. M. 1111 urs. Vleo-l'resldeiil.
UHA8. Oiwnwuium, CaUii-r.
:joli,kui'ions promptly ma.dk.
JV.'mlli!'0' .??,Bt Uak o" " Uailad
U StteaaMurilMbanhtM.i am
tntfTM ailow.U nn Tim. i,nto
N ut and
a .i imi hi t.
foP1'P.,?velr '1,ho,ra.' ,,ro'' grocery etore,
S?:.' S?m.norc1?1 o, corner Eighth
Kva.vs and faoillv loft on
Suuday morning last for Denver, Colora
do. Mr. Thayor accompanied tbem at far
at Ht Louis. Dr. Evans has beon in ill
health for a long time, and goes to Denver
la tbo hopoof regaining It. AYe hopo be
mny not bo d it appointed.
On Friday and Saturday nights of this
week tho Chapman Sister' Comic Opera
Troupo will perform nt the Atbi-noum in
this city. Tbu Chapman aro just return
ing Irom a most successful tour through
the South, whero the press aod public
spoak nf thorn In tbo bighwt terms of
Dan IiAUr.r, a notorious rough and
roudy, who uptnds about throe-fourth, of
bit tlmo in tbe calabooto, was lot out day-before-yestorday
with tbo understnnding
that ba should loave town Imnndiatoly,
Lut in lew lb nil ten hour after Harry was
again arreti-dfor whipping "his v,onian."
Ho i now in jail and In all probability
will romain thero for somo timo to como.
W'k give much of our ipco to-dy to
tho lettnr of .Mr, Oharly to tha railroad
commI3lonfrs as published in tbe Chicago
Times' of Saturday last. Tho letter as
Its dato imports, was written by Sir. Ober
ly from this city, la August Ut. Wo
givo thU Information for tho benefit of tha
'Sun,' which teemed to doubt the authen
tieity of the loiter.
Amoho tho prominot arriviili at thn St
Churlcs yestorday woro tho following: 0
n Valley and P W Gillett, Chicago; G
W Haborly, Torre Haute, Indlnna; F
Harlbergor, Cincinnati: "NVm Grinttoii
and wife, Now Orloans: E A Menrdeau.
St. I.oulsj T V Morian, "Water Valloy,
Misttssippi; J U Hannicc, Grenada, Mis
tisij)p, and Frank Liobko, St. Loult.
Tuk host character and costumo a lit-
tlo cold, porbnpt that wo taw awonif the
Turnor nisquoraders iu procostion yoi-
loruay was iriaio! "Jngomar, tho Harba
rlan." llo rat on his horso llko a oentaur
and bis long Mowing black bair and beard
ami ologant costume contrasted well with
flying snow and driving wind. In fact,
"Ipgouiar" wm a decided hit.
Tn.K masquerade balls given last even
ing ono at School's hall under tho ausnl-
cos of tbo Cairo Turnor tocioty, and tho
other at tbo St, Chariot hotel under tbe
direction of Prof. Ilardv. woro vorv brll.
liaut affairs and largely attendod. In ttu
morrow's Hdi.lkti.x wa tball attempt to
givo n description of tbo more attractive
costumes worn. It U too Into to under
take tho lank this iiiornlnir.
.1 W Jomkh, New Grand O ajn: .Tames
Ctsswoll, Ohio; O JJ Herrick, city; U G
Hoiis.villa Uldgoi O It Ilrldgut, Chariot-
ton, Mo; J F Albert, C.p (ilrordoauj G
D Belnkamp, Aurora, Ind; A liutin aud
wllo, Tunnel Hill j J, Hilton, C, A .t T
H; A. JJ Alexander, O & V It It; Wm
Putty, HurrUburg, Ills; M,d M X Tread
way, Pulaski, Ills, wore recistorod at tbo
St Nicbolai hotel yestorday.
Tim poll fore of the city is now ton-
calt started out
their rouodt amused themselves in tho
playful pasllmn of overturning water-bur.
rols, pulling jtl gates, ob.trucllng the siJo
walks with old chicken coops, etc. OIH
cert Martin and Sbcobsn ran Hfoul of
the little fdllcwt, and in ordor to frighten
them took tho whole party to
lho calaboose. all Ibn ttma
telling the boyt what an awful place it
was, and what dligrace it would bring on
them lo ba locked up In it, In tbo hopo
that the boyt would become frightened
and beg to bo let oil. Ilut tbo little rat-
cals wouldn't scare worth a cent, but In
tistodon being locked up, remarking that
It would bo a "cheflp placo to board,"
etc. The oOlcers bad about as much dlt
culty in getting tbe boys away from tbo
all at tbey bad to get them to It. They
anaiijjprevalled on them to go home.
SuiciDK. John II. Ilennott, Kto origin
oer of cnclne ho. C on tho Cairo nn,l
V incenncs railroad committed suicide yei
terday by tating laudanum, llennett had
been drinking for somo time, and was
either about" to be or had been discharged
from tho icrvico of tbe railroad company,
" .-uonusy anernnnn ho went to
McGauley's drug xtoro and pur
chased two ouncos of laudanum. Ho
went to his boarding house, andiafter loi
tering about tho bar-room for soma time
wat induced to go to bed. .Nothing more
Aivora and bit assistants, for tba flno
training the school is receiving at their
hands, as 1 unlerstand
no special drill for tl
by Mr. Wheeler, subject, "Language, Ar
and departures for tba M hour, ending at
l. in. Inst ovenliyf
Steamer Gracey, Columbut.
" Jim Fitk, PaducKh
" Colorado, St. Loult
" Joi Kinney, Vlcktburg
" Grand Tower, Mempblt
" Paulina Carroll, N O
" Capitol City, Vlcktburg
" Arlington, Cincinnati
" Glencoc, St. Louis
" Idlewlld, Kvanavllle
" Thompson, Dean, Cinclnnntl.
Steamer Gracey, Columbus
Jas. Fltk, Paduoah
Joe Kinney, St. Louit
Grand Tower, St. Loult
Laura Davit, St, Loult
Pauline Carroll, Ht. Loult
Capitol City, St. Loult.
Glencoe, New Grltaut
" Thompton Dean, N O.
Tho Ohio river It riling rapidly, tbe
won tinco latt report bolne two foot.
The Mississippi is also rltlng, but not to
rapidly, llinlness yesterday wat a little
agreoablo day we havo htd In this local.
Carroll brought 'JO tl.
ity during the winter. Snow began to
nd thoclassoi received ,, ,n"fy "' " l" morning, and
'occasion. tT.;'Ut "P UDl" dM" In ,owo
kiuuuu wat covered io a iloptti
oi .'J liichos. Thero wa. a strong north
wind Iilfitvinw &11 .it,.. .1 it., r . . i
tlllelal and N'at..Ml ' 6 -' '""j D.m
.in VZ i o, ! ' . 7 . ' ' . lrn"" "oats bad a rought tlmo of It.
although tbo lecturer had taken no tlms v,rr, ,
nor pains o maxo special prHpirntlont,
It was pronounced, and justly ,o. abb).
poriincut arid as full of Instruction m an
e,-g it full of moat. Mr. W. lot co with
his right several timei Into tbe faco (Oir-
uratlvely) of tbo daily, aud weekly, nowt
papers of tho prtjteat day, for tbe manner
in which they calir to the lower order of
numanity, lut tba Hui.LETiy, beins tbe
"great religious Journal," of course had
no ebaro In this. Tho locture wat varied
and illuttratod by the lecturer reading
sovoral very flno aad well-chosou stlec
Hons. Thegravoaud tho gay, the mour-
rui and humorous in fair proportions, con
sisting of "David't Lirnent for his San."
"I ho Una Hots Shay" by Dr. Holmes;
of coftoe, 19 bbls molasses, DO bales mois,
ill libit rice for Chicago ; and bat IS
bales moss, 100 bbls onlont. r box
thoes, 47 bblt rico, lOhhds cocoa nuts, 102
p.g wine, ,50 boxes and HO hhdi tugar
for St. Louis.
The Grand Tower brought 113 bales
cotton for the C. & V. rotd : hat 40(1 bales
do, -190 pkgs tundrlct for St. Louit.
Tho Job Klnnoy bat -11 balot cotton. OS
bales hides and 160 pkgs sundries for St
Tho Cdpllol City hat 0 bales cotton, 50
bales bidet and 23 pkgs tundrios for St.
The Idlewlld liRd a biz trip to Paducah
"Tho Gamblor's Wife ;" and oxtracts from D'Jt father light cargo for this port.
"Pickwick Papors"' and Mark Twa'.n's Tho Colorado came In 'J4 hourt behind
She had a good trip, and added 2
"innocents Abroad." These revJings
were a surprise to me and proved Mr,
Wboclor to havo ono accomplishment that
I had not given him credit for possessing
that of being an excellent roador. He it
too gallant to ba ofTonded at a public ex
wai heard of him until yesterday morn- pression or a lady's opinion, und I must
Ing whon Mr. Clonan, proprietor of tbo say tbe reading of humorous article! Is
house, went to llennelt's room to tell him
t3 get up for break fait. When Mr,
Clonan ontorod the room ho found Den
nett in a stupor, and boliovlng that thero
was something besides tho edicts of whii
key the mnttor with him, sent for Dr.
Sullivan. The doctor wunt to tho bouso
but found Henr.ctt beyond tho aid of mod-
icino or medical skill. H ) dioi iu less
than an hour after. Coroner Gossman
was notified, and se'tcilng a Jury, an In
quest was held on the remains, Tbo
verdict of tbo jury was that Honnett
"came to his dosth from tbu effects ot poi
son adminittorod bv bis own bunds."
Uunnetl's home was in Nashville, Illinois.
whither his remains were forwarded per
the Illinois Unnlral railroad this morning,
hit lorte, that Mark Twain could not
havo rendorod himself better.
lhe locturo proved sotuccestful that
"lho board" has decidid to l.ru Air.
Jjiniden deliver hit locture noxt Monday
nigoi inaieaa or .March second. I am
juit a llttlo bit sorry for this, I wnnt tomo
more "oil tho isrno piece," and I want to
see Barrott in "P.lchehau." 1 don't like to
mist tbo music and tinging and the lec
ture), and I am afraid Barrett won't wait
over a day. Yours in a qurndery,
Je.nmk T. L.
AUCTION BALK OF HOUSEHOLD
AND KITCHEN FURNITURE
. . ... 1. .
iii mo rosiuenco oi lie. iivans on
Seventh stroot, Thursday morning Febru-
Honnott was about forly-flve years of age, ary 10th. at 10 o'clock.
ouu nas oeen an cngluecr on tbe Viu- 1 will offer at auction his entire bouse.
cannot road ever tinco its completion, pro- hold furnituri", consisting of Carpets, Red-
oars of oats, 2., bbli meal and a lot of
Tbe Laura Davis addod 100,000 staver.
and 1 bbls beading for Fort Charllers.
Tbe Thompson Dean bad a thousand
ton on arrival here, and SO people, and
will 011 nut here and below.
SPECIAL LOCAL NOTICES.
All brands of sheeting and shirting at
lho lowest price at Ilartraiin cc Co'..
Foil a good (quaro meal co to Harry
Walker's rostaurant, Commercial avenue
bolwocn Seventh and Eighth street, lm
all Kinas ot line lace aud fringes at
ono half the usual price at Uartman &
Cot. 87.1-30 If
Fob oak aod steam Ailing go to Ren
Wholesale nnil Itolail
Ami MoiMifrtcturcr of
102 Commercial Ave.
flOrdera from Abroad Promptly Attended to.
Overcoat, worth 916 for S8 at Hart.
manifcCo's. 87.1.30 tr
A II. . ....
x ihu I aXL'IIAMOK FOR VACANT
LOT I.f CAIRO. Any norinn lvlr,. .
vacant lot or lota that they would ox-
change lor aflrst-clastplano, can be lulled
Ity addreiMnif Miss At ifV I limn at i.nnl
w. uuuuaie, JJIIUOM, tlU1.2S.(t
Notio I. horoby given that I will pay
no bill, for good, told to any of the om
ployot of Tim Caieo Uollktij. either
or themtolvot or lor tho ute of thuoffico
unlete tho tamo are furnlthod ou an order
Ignod by Mr. Burnett or my.eir.
12-20-ly JnT H. Oimnt.T,
N. HUG II4E S ,
Ohio Levee, over Matbtit
CLL1NOIS CENTRAL RAILltOA n
Mall at U:w a m..
hxpressat 3:00 p.m.,,
Freight at 4:00 am,,
Krelirbt at 11:M a.m...
Freight at 4:00 p. in
AUKIVE AT CAlItO.
Mail at a,m
:.xirts at '1Mb n.m .vi-nt mi,i.
Krvl-'bt at U:l& a.m pxcrtillondHV
relirht at Till) n m yi.i m,,i...
Freight at 10:05 p.ln '
l.'.-2.i:-tf, James Joit.vao.v, Agent.
Itos has on band, and lor sale a larue
quantity of oak and hickory wood, cut and
spill, and ready for tbo atove. Alto ol
kinds ol coal which will be delivered In r.ny
part of the city on abort notice. Leave or-
df r at coal yard, on Commercial avenue,
opposite Kleventli street. Den. O-lm
AFFORD, MOltltlS k OANDKH,
7 Ohio avtrre.
OITT NAUONAl. BANC HVILSIHd
riie oldo-t tablt.hodsAgenoy In Southern
uuiu.r, (ciiruiuuung over
05,000,000 00 1
el tbe bet Inturan.-a
nlo a Vulcan iron works,
avenue, foot of Ninth street
vlous to which time ho was on tbe Illinois
Central. He wai well llkod by those who
woro acquainted with him. It is said that
his groatest fault was his love of strong
steads, Chairs, Stoves, Buroaus, Wash
btandt, Tables and many other articles
used in keeping house.
Louis H. Meveru, Auctioneer.
Wo havo rocuivod n consignment
Louisiana Sugars, which will bo told lo
tbe tralo. lstf. HALLiiiAr lino?.
Mrs. Klizabuth Williams, Washington
avenue, between Tunth and Eleventh
streets, Is proparod to porfonu tbo duties
of oiidwifu whenever vallodupon. She has
bad much experience, and feels confident
that .be can give perfect satisfaction.
115 12-2 w
Tkn pounds of brovn sugar for f I;
pounds best coffee sugar at $1; 3 pounds
of choice buttorat $1; 10 conti for lard;
Imperial tea nt $1; potatoes 30 cents por
pock; apples -10 cents, at Wilcox's Block.
Two Battorica of two Rollers, each 24
foot long, -2 Inch Pram, i! 14 inch Fluos
with flro fronts. Mud and Steam drumt
Safety and Mud valvos, Chimney and
Britcbin, all completo and In Urst-claBB
ordori'; boon utod only tbroe montbt. For
price, etc., inquire ot J, T. Rknmk,
!-2il-tf. Vulcan Iron Works.
SHADE Tit KKS.
All kinds ot ehado tree furnUliud nnd
set out nt ono dollar each. Alto shado
trees trimmed and fruit trees pruned. Or
ders may be loft at Parker & Axluy', cor
nor of Klght street and Washington ovo
nuo, or at J. U. Metcalf'ii, opposite tbo
court bouso. Si'Irkm ii Lumheh?.
I will sell myentlro stock of the Iwt
of Beef, Pork, Voal, Mutton, Poultry,
Butter, .Eggs, Lard, Irish Potatoes, Swoot
Potatoes, Apples, Flour, Meal, Spicod
Ileef, nnd tbo bast of Corned Beef. Thn
tale will commenca at 3 o'clock in tho
morning nnd continuo until nine nt nlgbl
each day for nino months, Sundays ox
coptod. I havo also lOOacrrs of the best
ofootton land to tell or exchange for Cairo
property. I nlso want soveral good agonls
to toll fruit troos. All of tho abovo will
bo explained by calling on 8. Patterson,
osnior of Ninth and Walnut itroot, i.s
thore it tho place tho oalo of tho moat ntid
vegetable will be wndo. 02 l-fll-lw.
THE ST. CHARLES HOTEL.
Tbo undersignol having resumed the
of management of the abovo hotel, trust by
ttrict attention to business, to tho wants
and comforts of their guosts, to merit tho
renewed favor of.tholr old patrons and the
traveling public in goneral.
The Saint Charles will at once undorgo
a thorough renovation, and be much im
proved In all its appointments.
Good sample rooms and spocial rates for
All baggage for guests convoyed to and
nuiu in., uoiei ireo oi cnarge.
Jewett Wilcox & Co., Proprietors.
iiib jsuropean hotel, Har.-y Walker
proprietor, it opon at all hour, of tbe
All kinds of ulotbiui; and Gent's fur-
nlshing coodt at one half the utual price
at Uartman & Go's., cornor of Sixth stroot.
Juit reoeivod and oponed, tho largrst
and finest aiortmunt,latett style nnd pal
term of tbo best brands of cullcoi at Hart-
man & Go's., cornor Sixth itroot.
All kind! of game couttantly on band
at Harry Walker'!, Commercial avenuo
betwoen Sevonth and Eighth itreoU.
Tat best quality of Alexandria kid
glove, at Uartman & 3o'i. for seventy
tlvo coots, worth $1 M5. 87-1-30 tf
A rtiLi. attortment of J. P. Coats' and
Clark & Co'i. cotton, at 11 vo centt per
pool at Uartman &c Co's., corner Sixth
ttroet. 87-1-30 tf
lUuovEu. I)n, G. G. nnd D. n. Par
ker havo removed thlr ofllco from tbe
corner of Sixth itreet and Comuurcial
avenuo to tho roomt In front of Winter't
gallory over K. F. Davit' committion
itoro, Sixth itreet betweoa Commer
: . i . .1 xt 1. 1 ,
wmnuu ii a.uiiigiuu Kvonuet. uri. i ar-
ker will be found at their olllce at any
Fob Rent. The brick building on tho
cornor of Fifteenth itreet and Commer
cial avenue: 11 rooms and a dry cellar.
ThU property is in a splendid condition
and eligibly located for a laloon and
boarding house. Apply to
lzu-z-a-ut J. O. Uarmak & Co.
1 art x eii WAMTED. a gentleman
without capital, but with toveral years
timo night or day when not profession- exporlonce and thoroughly acquainted
ally absent. 1S7-2-17.CI with the builnesi, is dvtiroui of (orminr;
77 a partnerthlp in tho Hide, Fur and
umiuiu x iahou. air. Konblna of tbe t..ii, ,.inn.. u i..,i. -.1.1
t . .j, iii I ""J wnemvre an vvill') VT I k U IUU1H 'UU
ewwui.B A mini VUlii 1'IIU J U j U ICHIJO. II A I I l m J . ,
brour-ht onnof ihni; fln ,.n.ii.." 7"""" U""DU ' ay 3o,vw.
. ,;:;.: ktt AajrM'. dtwop 49-1.i8.tf
.w w,,w, nmvu i)u vuuruu lor taio for I
a few days. This is a good opportunity
for uny person who desires to purchase a
auraoio instrument at a reueonable price.
Those pianos aro fully wr.ranted, aud satis
faction guaranteed. Enquire at tho odlce
of Hnlliday Bros, 150-2-17:31
Boot and hoe maker, Twcn h atrcet, be
tween Washington avenue and Poplar
street, is prepared to make boots anu thoei
In Ute latent and most l ilonable itylo.
Ue will make them to order, old or new
styles to suit customer., out of the b .and
frehcrt stock, of which he alwaya hat a
goou supply ou Hand from which to mako
leloctlons, All fitting of boots and sboex
made by Mr. Khlera U Uono in hit own shop
no forelcn llltlnz bolnsr lined bv him.
Give htm a call, and he will givo you satis
WILLIAM J. ALLKN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
omcaovcr Flnrt National bank.
NEW LI.VERY STAulE.
MILLS W PARKER, Proprhitor.
Tenth Street, between Walnut and Wuh-
llasliieniirclioseilllin cnflrn .loi.V. ;i,l,1..
Horei, Carriage!, Jtugglcn, oli.'., ol Dr.
I H'M, and added rercmlnnw "lurnout.","
Sir. Parker now invite alt bit lrlends, old
u' new. in wini h natiiiio iinriipii. umiiiin
or dingle Carriages, or ony thing else In Ms
line, io tiivw It I ii ucall. Ill 12 lm
SAIIUKIj P. WHfiKLER,
ATTQUMY k COfJiVSEI.011 AT LAW
Olllce over First tlatlenal bank. H-IMm
John it. jiulkoy. Wlllam o. Mulkey
MULKEY & SON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
OfMcci Klghth ttroet, between Commer
;lal and Vvahlsgton avenues.
JS. MAXWELL & CO.,
.Manufacture and Dcnlnri In
MACHINE & BURNIG OILS
Also Agents for tho
No. .711), North Maine Street,
Hi. Louis, Mo,
1 t. n . I n
tatraeeul att.ction glvaa to Admtratit aal
nrio finio lxvmh, roomi 7 Awa ovti
in... , . . . . .
.nr. nuriicr tuop it uu iio corner ot
Eighth" stroot and Commercial avenuo
whero J. Georgo Stionbouse with hl visa.
tlomanly assistants can be found at anv
hour of tho day or night, ready to soothe
your reelings with a mioothibavo, or cool
your temper and head v,ltli n good sham
For. Remt. Tbe brick house situated
corner Third itreet and Commercial ave
nuo, Tho bouso has boon put iu good re
pair throughout aud It well arranged for
a hotel or baardiug house, also roomn lo
rent on Third itreet. Inquire of Wm.
McUale, No. C, Wiuter's block.
TnuoAT aii it Lunom, At this season
of the year, when cougbi and eoldi aie
troublesome, every family should 'have at
hand a safe and certain remedy. Dr.
Itaniomei'i Illve Syrup and Tolu, or Hon.
It it a f.rtt-slast shop, and you are oy Syrup, It tho vory thing. It is ant
oniy pioa.rnt lor ouuuron io lOKe, mil it
a certain euro for croup, whooping cough,
bronchitis, asthma, conghi and all nfToe-
tiom of the throat and liuigi, Hild by
all druggltU. Price 35 com. per bottle.
Ann tou aexso on tue Water?
Take along a bottle of Dr. Miller' t Mag
netic Balm. It will keep off tha chills,
prevont and cure lea-.-lokneis, and mako
yau comfortable. Only U5 cenU per bot
tle. Koo adve.-lltemont in this piner.
Kuro oi rncoiving Ur.t-ulat treatment
J.anil'r anu cnihlron'a ha rnulnr ....rlu.t
ufter the liinsl approved stylos. 8-ir.tf
PltUburg Coal at
Ud 00 per ton ;
Grand Tower Coal at
J. j 00 per ton,
Oltlco on Tenth street, between Com
mercial and Washington avennei. '
R. SMYTH 4 CO..
iro. eo ohio lbvuiei
Mr. Cfltnmernlal Av. and 1Mb At
UUJfiEN & OILIIEKT,
Willi. M lr ,
Willian B. llbit, I OAIRO. IJJ,IN(ll8i
KC03CE TT?, A T"P1
Corner 'nvelftb street and Washington At
J. C. HUEL'S,
(Uto of St. Loulu,)
ROOK BIKDBR AND BLANK BOOK
BLANK HOOKS of every detcHptlon dene
.vii kuhu or
with noatucrs and dispatch
ruuug uone at soon nonce
FINE MILLINERY GOODS
flitCNH FA CI. KTYLaCN.
M II B . U. AOKBON
Mtuaztnoi and Periodicals bound neat and
it toe lowest pntstblo rater.
County work, mrh an ttocords, Docket
Fee ll'iuk. Blank., olo.. made a apeclalty.
Jtoxtis, I'ocketUooka,Kuvelop, otcmade
o orile r. 11-84.
HKAI. EMTATK AMC.
(Kerwerly Mrs. Swandert,)
iiiDouiiuei tbat tbo hat Juit' opened a larg
MKortmeiit ol the
0. WINSTON k CO.,
.REAL ESTATE AGENTS
Mlllluory Goods to he lotiiid 'in
She will keep on hand
HATH, JHlNNTS, iaoWKKri,
iiiKBB inmninui or atii svints,
Laiiim Foknisiiiku Goods, Notions,
Collar, Ukdkkslsxvks, Kurrs,
Ami all good found In millinery ttorei, all
ol which will be dltpoaeil of at the lowest
eish prieet, Mrs. Jaekaon repeclfully
ask. it continuation of the pataonage walck
tiai been io tlbeially betttowod upon ker by
the ladies of Cairo and the vlcleitr.
74 (anoosii vloob) obxo tatia,
fltrr a Bill Rxal Katati,
fUHNISQ ABSTSAOTS OF TITJUI
U. W. UUNNINO, M.l.
ltK8U)ENOK-corair Ninils aod Waltiac
fltreeta. omoe-eorner SHU ttwet an.rc
unrawTO. vmco noun nva B, to
Mm., and 0 p.m. '