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THE 0A1H0JJA1LY ISULLJSTlfl, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1874.
LOCAL WEATHER RKPQRT.
URmnvan's ornc, Cairo, 111,
Keuniary W, 10:11 p.m., 1874.
Thetncrmetcr, l!i degrecn.
Wind S. Velocity 8 mil. per hour.
Wealhor, light rain.
Maximum temperature lor last 44 hours,
Minimum Uraperature tor the. last '24 hour,
.Prevailing wind for but lit hours, H.
Total number of rnllee traveled by wind
during last M hour, ICS.
Observer .Signal Service, t). H. A.
, W. DAVI.V, Maiwa
ONE NIGHT 01?LV.
MONDAY EVENING, lVbnur)
I :tit;tKeluclit T tliu i rr-ntt Idling Actor
Mr. Lawrence Barrett.
MISS LOUISE HAWTHORNS.
MIL JOHN W. .NORTON
T. W. DAVEY'S
SbTKRB DRAMATIC COMPANY-
Vlin will be pre.entod IfulwcrV f ircjit
Or, the ('oiiaprrlcJ.
C ardinal Hirlii:llfU....l.vwitK:.sri:IUunKrr
For full Cat of Characters ec l'ro:rrammci.
SCALE OF I'KIOKA
rlirr.nl Addition f l.C)
llt'irreil seat !-
ale of rnl commence at Mr. llartiimn'n
.Urf on Wcdncday, February Iri.
1'RIDAY AND SATURDAY,
febroarj 20th ud 21nt.
1IIK VIOI.K1 0' THE AMERICAN S1AUB.
ULAN'OIK, ELLA uml RKM.E,
COMIC OPERA COMPANY.
Friday Kvcntnir. thu Chapman' great Bur
LITTLE DON GIOVANNI
A. plated by them 100 comeeiltlve nights
In New York City. 'I he original muMc.
Tho French Coldoche Troupe-Denbain's
Hell Rlnei -New Bony mid Dances,
tonjo roloa, Uc Dnce, Trlot, Duets,
Saturday, the Nlhln'a Garden Sensation
I.KO AND LOTUS.
t -ual price..
Roered seat" lor sale at
I'M M9t Marola at.
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIKO
A. 11. 3ArrOHD. Prevldant;
ri. 8. TAYLOR, Vto-Preldenf,
U. UYHLOP, Seorotary and Treasurer
r. M. Uuoui,
ft H. Ovaiiaaaaa,
Faci. fl. Bosto,
U. P. Hauidai,
Ta errata UnwnrtlM.
IntRSST paid on daoo.lta al tba rat ol all
poroaat. aaraaauio. Maoh Utaad Baptam
bar 1st. lataraat not withdrawn li added tmma
dlaialy to tha principal of tba dopa.lU, UerebT
lvla than oompouad inur.it.
HilUU WOUIV A. KB OUILUBBK MAT
o tatv o o.a sua oam pu it.
Opa .Trr bu.inatr day from a.m. to 1p.m.,
aaYBatBriay aT'..it tor BAV1NO VZT&Vtt.
uU7, from to o clock. -
W, V. HAtXIDAT, riMldant;
IIBNRT fc. HALLIDAT, Vioft Witd.ei
a. ii. sarronu, oaabUr i
WAJ.TKR HTHUOP, A.Uttn 0ltilr.
Kii4T Tartoa. Iloaaat II. Oi'ni3HA,
Una. L. UaludaV, W. r. IIAtuoav,
dao. D. Wuuaiiao. Btaraaa io
nnnm, ! UfilUnl nwte
ItondM Hoocbt and Hold.
aad a (Daral baakloi
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
It. W. MILT.KB, Prealdent.
.1. M. Vui I.iph. Vleo-PruiiUteul,
UHA8. CONNWUUAM, Ciahlvr,
DOLLBOTIONfl PKOMPl'LY MADK.
SXCHAHR. aole. bank note aad Italia.
Btataa .aonr'tlaa bongbt and aold,
UmrMf AIIwJ Hint) npMl(a
V. W. DUNNING, M. 1).
UESIDKNCK ooruer Nlnlb anil Walnut
flireru. Oillce comer Hlxin ureet anu
nhio levee. Ollice hoiirs-noui 0 a. m., I
13 m and f p. ui.
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
Tim Chapman Hitler, at tho Atlieneuui
Kf.t. Mb. Thatsr roturocd from St.
Iiouls by yetterday afternoon' train,
Mxrr Hurmii U not expected to live.
At leoit that wai tho report lail niht.
Joii.h W. Cautkr and Judga PiJgcon,
of Pulaikl county wore in town yesterday.
.Vovornl plea.ant rootnt on tho upper
lloor al tho Ht. Charlci can he had at vnry
low ratM. a-in.tr
A siutf horoe, whole we don't know,wa
laying on AVaahlngton avenue near the
court-homo yeiteraty afternoon.
Kigbt, and only olghtlay boarder, can
be aocorntiindatftd at tho Ht. Charlei at the
rclitccd price. 2-10-tf
Jim Tntaucn and llnunab Ounn liavo
rctoivai to diiolvn partnnrhip. .eo
itamiah'a notlco in another col u tun.
Ma, Haiiut H. VaVr.w, Kuneral paiton-
get and freight agent of tho Cairo and
St. Lout. Short Linn, vat at thu St.
Charkii botol yeiteiday.
Wanted A man who can milk cow.
and mako blmiolf generally u.eful. Ap
ply at oillce or St. Charlci hotel.
CtiifENTKKH uto now huy preparing
the framo work for Capt. Thlitlowood's
new houm, to bt built on Wanhltigton
avanun butween Twelfth atid Thlrtoenth
The n.t regular communioatlon ol
IJolta Lodge, No. M9 A. P. aod A. M.
will bo held at Maionic hall tbl. (Thurs
day) evening al 7 o'clock. V. A. Hi.co,
105 J.l-l'.it Secv.
DKHNyUENT Tavk.o. Di.tralut for
laxet will positively bo mtdo March 1st.
TnuicK elegant family room, fronting
on the Ohio, at the St. Charle. hotel, can
now bo obtained with board at rea.onablo
rate. nri-Mi if
Tar payur. aru not coming forward
with the'.r .tempi a. readily aa Sheriff
rvin deiire. they thould. Prom present
indication, the next delinquent tax liat
will b rather a lengthy document.
It chould cot be forgotten that the
Chapman SUteri, Comic Opera Troupe
comtnenco their engagement at tho
Atbeneum tbli evening. The troupe It
one of the teat in their line of playing
now before tbe public. Their ttay here
la limited to two nighti.
Ii tbe county court yeaterday in tho
cm of Martin Straubal and the butcher,
Wolf, who wore a few day. ago arrested
for .Ualing bldei from Koehler A liro.'i
laughter houte, on motion of County
Attorney Pope, Mr. Straubal wst dit-
harged. Wolf wa. remanded to jail
Ci.iwt Philmts, the young man ar
retted night before latt by olQcort Martin
nd Sheehan for being a vagrant, wai
taken befuro Judge Uroit for trial yeiter-
day morning. Phillip, wa. discharged,
but not until tho JuJgo warned him that
U he wa. evor brought up again he would
not gut oil .n cailly.
Tnr. following aro a few of the promi
nent arrival, at tho St. Charlet hotel yes
terday : J. II. Ahcroft, Paducah: W. II.
lt.ider, K, K. Wllcon, St. Jxui; C. W.
Kankin, Kontuckyj C. V. Saintclair,
latino, Michigan; W. E. llarnti, Now
Orleans; E. 11. Poynter, Cincinnati; .1. K.
Day, Howling Ureon; O. K. .Curtis, Do-
catur; J.C. VUhotT, Str. Paytonn.
II. C. .Ioxi;, A.b Ilill, Mo.; J. C. Cren-
haw, Charleston; I). Holme., ov Or-
loan; G. Uronkus, New Orleans; M.O.
Surface, r'airflold, Ills.; O. It. Wadon,
PairQeld, Ills-; P. K. lteod, Connorsvilli-,
Ind.; T. J. Portor and W. O. Armstrong,
New flrand Chain ; Joe Holt, Mo.; .loo
Courtway, Villa Itidge, were regis
tered at the St. N'lchoKs Hotel yesterday.
Is the county court yestorday, as will
he seen by the proceedings publisbod
elsewhere In Tux Ituu.iin this morn
ing, Thomas J. Hudson and Henry Wil
liam!', colored, and Honry Parsons and
William Powell, white boys, wore trlod
for stealing, and sentenced to throe years
each at tho reform school at Pontiao.
These are the yame boy who wero ar
rested night before latt fur robbing Mr.
Wilcox' hen coops. Sending thesi to tho
reform school is tha host thing that could
bo done for tbo boys.
Wk have something now in tho way of
half-shcot postor., which wo think are
Just the thing for the ipri.ig trade. They
consist of eix dltrerent designs, litho
graphed, with tnnrtWc and margins for
printing. Two ol tbn cuts are suitable
lur any business ; the other four for boot
and shoes, photographers, druggists and
dry goola. Wo havo but one hundred of
each cut, and will furnish them printed at
Cincinnati prices. Wo havo also some
fancy cards. Tho. "Janguago of flowors,"
ten design; "Uojuet," twolvo designs;
''Opera," four design and "Couiio" card
twenty-four doslgns which wo furnish
printed at $10 to $11! per M, Cincinnati
jtrices. Who wants them 7 Don t ml
(peak at once. 188.8.131.52
Ox i,$'t Saturday evening a gang of
masked men mado a raid on the county
jail of Jackson county at Murpbysboro,
and at3mpted to rescue themurderor Mc
Donald In jail there for tho murder of
Oeo. M. Uruih at Carbondalo in tho early
part of last month. Hut the jail being
well guarded and tho guard, nutlclpating
an attack, wero prepared for
tba mob, and when they made their ap
pearance gave them such a doal at to
tend them away In utter confusion. Ono
man l known to havo been wounded, but
bow badly or wbo be was It not known,
at hit fdeud helped get him away and liu
ha not no8 been heard of. , Tba mob
did not renew the attack. It It not
about lima tho laW abiding cltUeni
of Murphy.born and vicinity ahould do
lomelblng tbat will put a Hop to eueh
outrage, ai bavo recently boeti occurring
therj ? Tho hnproiiion I. that thoy thould
If tho do not It will not bo long until
their thriving littlo city will be accounted
the hardest and wont town in the state
V HOUATE COMIT.
Tho following cans wore disposod of in
the couuty court yestorday :
Ferdinand Koehler fe l!ro.,v, Nicholas
Williams. Assumpsit; damages 1450.
Judgment for plaintiffs for $460.
William Slckman vs, Catpor Hofner
and Joseph llofner. Appeal from J,
llankiton, J. P. Cause continued "to next
term of court.
Christopher It, Clarke v. Matt I5urnt
Assumpsit ; damages $100. Continued
foryant ofaervice in time.
Same vs. same. Assumpsit; damages
$100. Sams order a abovt.
Oeo. II. Cramer vt. Harry Walktr.
Assumpsit; damtgot, $354. Continual to
next term of court for want of service In
Tim people, etc., vs. P.obt. Levy: roeog.
ntxanoa to hoop tho poacu. Continued to
next term of court.
Same vt. John Kabnrtt; recognizance
to keep the poace; parties in court, and
by agreement of tho partita, the oste was
dismissed, and defendant discharged.
Same vs. Thomas Oibbony, undor sen
tence of court. The time of Imprison
ment of defendant having expired, It wat
ordered tbat be be discharged from cut
tody. Hani vs. Martin Straubal, larceny;
defendant in court and plea of not guilty
entered ; nollo proique eutered, and de
Same vs. John Porterflold; recogni
canco to keep tbo peace; dofondant dil
charged and caso dlimiiod at cost of
Hamo vs. William Powell and Marcus
Williams, larcency, defendants in court,
aod plea ot guilty entered. Tbn defend
ants being over ten and under ulchton
yearn of age, were sentonced to three
years each at tho reform school.
Same vs. Marion Drown, Tho4. J. Hud
son ami Henry Parsons ; larceny ; de
fendants in court and evidence heard.
Marion Urown adjudged not guilty. Thoi.
Hudson and Henry Parsons adjudged
guilty, and being over ten and under
eighteen years of ago wore tuatoucod to
three year etch at the reform school.
Wo have received a consignment of
Louisiana Sugars, which will bo sold to
tho trade. I2lf. Hali.ihav Drop.
Mrs. Elisabeth Williams, Washingtion
avonue, twtween Tenth and Eleventh
streets, it prepared to porform tbe duties
of midwifo whenever called upon. She ha
bad much experience, and ftels confident
tbat tho can give perfect tatlsrartlon.
Te.v poundt of brown tugar for $1; 8
poundt bctt coffee sugr at $1; it pounds
of cholco butter at 51; 10 cents for lard;
Imperial tea at $1; potatoes 30 emit per
peck; apples AO cents, at Wilcox's Block.
107 '--4-lra ,
Jamet Trigger having loft my bed and
board without just cause or provication,
this is to warn all porsons from harboring
or trusting him on my account, as I will
not bo respontlblo for any debts of bis
contracting. Hansah Gcjor.
Cairo, February 1'.', 1814. 2-'.'0-lt.
ltKAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
Lot No. 2 fn block 17, first addition,
with a two-story frame housa fronting on
Commercial avenuo, and throo lots (33,
39 and 40), ame block, fronting on Sov
entetnth street, are ollered lor sale at a
bargain. Apply on tbo premises, corner
Seventeenth and Commercial avenuo.
I, In behalf of my pupils, dctiro to re
turn thanks to tho Dolta City Cornot
Hand forlavorton "Mardl gras," to those
who took part in the procossion, and to
all who by thulr presence at tho masquer
ado party at tho St. Charles, added to tho
enjoymont of the occasion.
OltARI.Kd II ART) .
Two llattories of two Roilen, each 24
feet long, 2 inch Dram, 'i 14 Inoh Flue
with flro front. Mud and Steam drum
Safety and Mud valvos, Chimney and
Oritcbin, all complete and in lirst-olatt
order!; beon mod only throe months. For
price, etc., inqulro of J. T. Rknnik,
0-23-tf. Vulcan Iron Works,
AUCTION SALE OF HOUSEHOLD
AND KITCHEN FURNITURE
At tho rosidonco of Dr. Evans on
Sovenlh street, Thursday morning Fobru
ary l'Jlli, at 10 o'clock.
I will otter at auction his entire house
hold furniture, consisting of Curpote, Rod
tteads, Chairs, Stoves, Rureaus, Wash
Stands, Tables and many othor article
mod in keoping houte.
Loiita II. Mkykkb, Auctioneer.
I will tell my outlro stock of the best
of Rcof, Pork, Voal, Mutton, Poultry,
Huttor, Eggs, Lard, Irish Potatoes, Sweet
Potatoes, Apples, Flour, Steal, Spicod
Hoof, and tbo host of Corned Roof. Tbo
ealo will commeuco at 5 o'clock in tho
morning and contlnuo until nino at night
each day for nine months, Sundaya ex
cepted. I have also 180 acres of tba host
ol cotton laud to toll or exchango for Cairo
property. I also want several good agents
to tell.fruit troot. All of tho abovo will
be explained by calling on S. Pattorton,
earner of Ninth and Walnut stroetn, a
tbero 1 tbo place the aalo of tho meat and
vegotablos will bo made. H2-l.31.tn,
Cairo, Ills., Jan. 31), 1874,
Am. kinds of clothing and Uont's fur
nlshing good at one half tbo uiual prico
t Hartman & Co's., corner of Sixth street;
Prick OunnrsT Okfick, i
TauMitAY JCvi:., Feb. 19, 1S74.
The market, especially for corn, it weak
and untettled, and prices rule lower. A
fair amount of business hat been done,
but aellort havo been compelled to mako
concoitioni. Oati hold Hi m and receipts
are tati.factorilv dlipossd of; 63o it tho
ruling figure on white aod mixed, taoked
and deilvartd, and 17c in hulk on track
car load lota. Meal It very firm, with re-'
colptt all taken on arrival, at $3 :15.
Flour Is unchanged and dull; very little
moving oxcept to meet tho wants of our
order trado with the Interior of tho south.
This, with our shipping facilities, tlnce
the completion of tho Mittiiilppl Central
Exlonslon, will always be good.
Wb have pasted through a small winter
tinco our latt Itiue. A driving sno w took
poasosslon of "MardiOrat" day, covering
the ground with tho heaviest coating of
white we havo teen this season. Tho latt
of it disappeared this morning, leaving
mud and water and tlmh in its place, and
to-night tharo is every Indication of soft
Pay Corrctpondonti should bear In
mind that our quotatloni represent prlcot
for round lots from lint handi, unlesi
olhorwle stated, and that in filling small
orders, higher prices must be pald."Yjs
FLOUR Tho market it heavy and
dull, with very little movement. Prices
rule about the tame at last Vtoek, but
dealers would bo willing to thado to effect
sales of round lots. Transactions wero
limited to tilling ordors, and consist of
.00 bblt told at G 608 76 ; 300 bbls, on
ordors, T 508 75; 800 bbls do 6 75
J 00; .100 bbls do 5 008o0; C00 bbls
4 758 25 ; 500 bbls choloo family sold
on p. t.
HAY Thoro is, at comipiitlon men
exprest it, absolutely no tale for common
hay, and the market it full of it. A row
small orders como in for cholco inixod and
timothy. Strictly choice hay is scarce.
We nolo sales of 1 cars choice mixed dol
11 00; 2 cart choice timothy del 15 00.
CORN The market It quiet, dull and
untettled, and the tendoncy is to lower
prices. Thero wat none moving In-day.
Sales 10 cars mixed, in bulk on track, 58c;
5 cars White, in bulk on track, COc; 10
cars mixed do do 58c; 3 cart Whito, sack
ed and del, C3c; 1 car do 67c ; 2 cars mix
ed do C8o; 0 cars do do C7(J03c ; ! cart in
bulk, as in quality, t75'.)c! 2600 sacks
whlto sold at points below CSc.
OATS Receipts aro liboral and the de
mand good. All that arrives finds roady
talo at quotations. Transactions are con
fined mostly to the order trade. The ship
ping dot-arid is very light. Sulos em
braco 10 cart wised sackod and del 53c; 3
cars whito do 53c; 2 cart wblto in tocond
hand tacked del G2c; 4 cart black teed oats
tacked and del G8C0c; 4 car mixed
sacked and del u3c; 6 cars mixed and
white in bulk on track 47c.
CORN MEAL Not enough arrivet to
meet thodemand.. The market It ttcady
and firm at quotatloni. 5alot, 4 car loads
S. D. del 3 35; 1 car load nut guaranteed
2 30, C00 bbls S. J). 3 .5 del; 100 bbli.
creen moal del 3 d COO bbls. City Mills
meal sold on P.T.
BRAN There Is nono In the market
oxcept at tha mills and in hands of retail
ers. Round lots would toll readily at
16 00 per ton dol.
BUTTER Unchanged. Choice north-
em cooioi in slowly and sells readily at
36c for solid packi.il and 30c to 31c for
roll. Salos, .00 lbs choice roll 30c; 12
tubs strictly cholco northern, dairy pack
ed, 3C3tc; 10 boxes choico Southern
Illinois roll 830c; COO lbs choice roll
EUOS Fresh receipts in small pack
ages will tell at 15c, but the stock on hand
eanuot bo worked off for more thin 14c.
Tho market is over-stocked and dull.
Sales, 1,200 dozen 14c; 3 boxes 13c; GOO
dozen fresh receipts lCc, shipper' count.
CHICKENS Unchanged. Tho de-
maud is fair for bath drciied and live.
Sales, 5 coops livo $3(7,3 CO; 30 dozen live
$2 5003 &0; 20 dozen dressed $3 7G.
TURKRYS Thoro is a moderate de
mand, suQIrient to carry oil all receipts.
Sales, 900 lbs 10lflc.
APPLho Cholco apples aro scarce
and wanted. Sales, 300 bblt ordinary
$3 Cl4; 40 bbls good to cboico f 3 7C
POTATOES Thore is very few in
tho market and there is a fair inquiry.
Sales 40 bbl peach blows 3 003 CO; 60
bbls Early Ro-o and Early York 3 600
PROVISIONS Qulut and lower. Quo
tations thado to-day ic on dry talt meat
quoted aa follow : d a cloar (ides 88Jj
do c r sides 7J8j; do shouldor 0(5,0);
mess pork 15 50. Lard 8; packed lot
COTTON Nothing doing at all here
nor olsnwhero, no buyer and we can givo
COTTON Tho market is unchanged
good ordinary 13 jo; ordinary lis;
low ordinary 10l01o; Infiirlor Do.
CHEESE Cream 14o; Now York fao
L1MK-1 251 AO Vbbl.
CEMENT 2 00(3U 60 'fJ bbl.
COAL OIL 18'lWi5 V gal.
GUNNIES Re-eowod 2j buiholt 19c ;
8 bushels 20c,
SYRUPS-Chrtlco C0el per gallon;
Now Orleant 76(ffi80.
PLASTERING HAIR 4" P'
HURLAPS-24 bushels ecru. Ui ox
15jo; do 10 or. lCc; 4 bushels oat 20oj t
butnoi aio ; u misneit 22c
REESWAX-V tb 30c.
HO A? Shaoffor's German mottled. 7 Jo.
Chcmpaln soap, 7jo.
TALL'O ,V V !b$6Je.
SUQAK-Ormhed pjot A. I lllfi ;
extra, 0. 10Jllu.
COFFEE Java 40t'.'; prime 33
31c; cholco 84103G.
FREIGHT Cotton, comprised to
Now York, 83c! to Uoton, SI. Uncora.
proseod, to New York, $1 14; to Boston
To Now Orleans and Viekiburg:
Potatoes, apples, oto, 30o; pound
freigbti 15o cwt; bay $5 per ton; Pork
45o per bbl; tobacoo J4; cotton $1. To
Mompbh, flour, etc. 25a per bbl; pound
froigh 12Jo cwt; hay $4 per ton,
OvitncoATi worth 16 fjr ? 8 at Hart
man & Co's. 87.1.30 tf
and departure lor tbo 24 hours ending at
p, m. latt ovenltu; :
Steamer Gracey, Columbus.
Jim FItk, Paducah
" Simpson Horner, N O
' Peytona, Itland Nd. 10
" Arkansas Hell, Evansvlllo
' Pat Rogers, Memphis
" Orand Tower, St. LouW.
Steam. r Gracey, Columbus
11 .las. Fitk, Paducah
11 Simpson Horner, Louitvllle
" Arkansas Uollr, Kvantvllle
" Mary Alice, Now Orleans
11 IV. Rogers, Cincinnati
" Grand Tower, Memphit.
The Ohio river rote 14 Inchot yesterday.
Thu Mlttiiitppi I rtpirted ttatlonary at
St. Louis. Rutiners was a little rnoro ac
tive yetterday than for teveral dayt pre
viout. Weather warm and pleasant dur
ing tho day with a alight rain In the
Froui a dispatch publithed elsewhoro in
this morning's Buli.ei.in it will be (sen
that tho MlttitilppI Valloy Transporta
tion company' towboat Mohawk Uto be
numbered among the thing that were. At
3 o'clock Thursday morning, at tho foot of
Island No. CO sho (truck a snag, and in
five minutes timo sunk ho tbat only a por
tion of her hurricane roof wa. left abovo
water. She wai valued at J30,000 and
wat lnturod in Cincinnati and Whoeling
ofllcet for $20,000. Sho U supposed to bo
a total lost.
Tho Pat Roger ha 454 balet cotton, CO
brlt oil, IOC tks peanutt,and 200 brls pota
toes for tbe Ohio river.
The Paytona mended her broked cylin
der bore, and hat gono to Island No. 10
after.ier barge. They contain 600 torn
of railroad iron for Louitvllle.
Tho Arkansas Bell brougnt a very slim
The Jim Fiek brought 49 bales cotton,
100 brlt flour and a lot of wood work yet
terday; and returning took 2 cars oats, 50
brlt flour, 35 brls applet for Paducah.
Tho Mary Alice has barget 22, 40, 41
and 44 dooply laden for Now Orleant.
She got about two-thirds of her cargo hero.
SPECIAL LOCAL NOTICES.
Fun a good squaro moal go to Harry
Walker's restaurant, Commercial avenue
between Seventh and Eighth street, lm
Ai.t. kinds of lino lace and fringes at
one half tho usual ptlca at Hartman &
Go's. 87-1-30 tf
Tiik European hotel, Uar.-y Walker
proprietor, is opon at all hours of the
J l' it receivod and opened, tbo largest
and finest atsortment,latest style and pat
terns of tbe beat brands of calicos at Hart'
man & Go's., corner Sixth stroet.
All kinds of game constantly on band
at Harry Walkor's, Commercial avenuo
between Seventh and Eighth streets.
1 1-7-1 w
The best quality of Alexandria kid
glovet at Hartman & Co's. for seventy-
five cents, worth $1 25. 87-1-S0 tf
A v'UI.l. assortment of J. P. Coats' and
Clark J: .Co's. cotton, at flvo cont per
spool at Hartman & Co's., corner Sixth
street. 87-1-30 tf
A ttANO IN KXC1IANOS VOR YACANT
Lots IX Cairo. Any person having a
vacant lot or lot that thoy would ex-
cnango lor a first-class piano, can be suited
by addressing Miss Mary Dixon, acont
Carbondale, Illinois. HU 1-23-Ot
Notick la horeby given that I will pay
no bill for goodt (old to any of the em
ployes of Tub Cairo Bulletin, oithor
or themselves or lor tho' use of the oillco
unleee the same aro furnished on an order
Igned by Mr. Burnott or myself,
12-20-ly John H. Oiiirlt,
For Rr.NT. Tho brick houte tltuated
corner Third street and Commercial ave
nuo. Tho liouao hat been put in good re.
pair throughout and is well arranged for
a liotol or boarding bouse, aleo rooms to
rent on Third stroet. Inquire of Win.
Mollale, No.5, Wlntor' block.
Rejioveb. Dr. G. G. and D. It. Par
ker bavo removed their ollice from tho
corner of Sixth stroet and Commercial
avenuo to the rooms In front of Winter'
gallory over E. F. Davis' commission
tturo, Sixth (treet betwoeu Commer
cial and Washington avenuo. Drs. Par
ker will be found at their ofltco at any
time night or day when not profession
Ui'RtaiiT Piasoh. Mr. Robbln of tho
Kobbins Piano Company of Chicago, hat
brought one of tholr line upright pianos
to Cairo, which will bo ofl'ored for sale for
a few days. Tbli is a good opportunity
for any porion whodetlro to purchase a
durable instrument at a reasonable price.
These pianos are fully warauted, and satis
faction guaranteed. Enquiro al tho ofUco
of Halliday Bros. 150 2-17 3t
Pittsburg Coal at
f 0 00 per ton ;
Grand Towor Coal at
$5 00 per ton.
O. W. WllEKl.KR,
Otllco ou Tenth street, between Com
meroial and Washington avenues.
R. S. BumiiAM, -V. D., Iluiuwpathist
1 3d, Commercial avenue, Cairo, Illinois
wishes to inform thu public that ha bat
purchased an apparatus lor generating
ozanlzed oxygen, and is now prepared to
administer thia agont, which it now being
very tuccettfully used in disease! cf the
rotplratory organs, such as Asthma, Acuto
and Chronic Bronchitis, Consumption In
the first and second stages, alto in Spinal
affections, Rheumatism, Malailal fevors
Cholera, Ac, Many- omlncnt pbysicltns'
names oould be given tbat advocate tba
ute af oxenlzsd air by Inhalation as ono
of tha aaot effoclWe curative agent of
modern timet. 109 2-0-lm
PHIL. H. SATJF,
And Manufacturer of
102 Commercial Ava.
Ut5Ordci'3 from Abroad Promptly Attendod to.
For oas and tteam lilting go to Ren
nio't Vulcan iron works, Commercial
avonue, foot of Ninth ttreet 9-10-tf
All brands of sheeting and shirting at '
tbo lowest price at Hartman & Co r.
Part.vek Wantkd. A gcntloman
without capita), but with several year
experience and thoroughly acquainted
with tha business, is desirous of forming
a partnership in tho Hide, Fur and
Lcathor business in Coiro, with soma one
who can furnlah a capital of sav $5,000.
Address, drawor 227. 49-1-18-tf
The barber shop is uu ino corner ol
Eighth stroet and Commercial avenue
where J. Georgo Stionhouso with his gen
tlemanly assistants can be found at any
hour of tbo day or night, ready to soothe
your footings with a smooth shave, or cool
your romper and bead with a good sham
poo. It is a first-class shop, and you aro
suro of recoiving flrtt-clats treatment.
Ladles' and children a hair cut or curled
aftor tha most, approved stylos. 8-15-tf
THE ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
Tho undertlgnol having resumed the
managnniont of tho abovo hotel, trmt.by
strict attention to business, to tho wants
and comforts of thoir guests, to merit tho
ronowed favor of their old patrons and tbo
traveling public in general.
Tho Saint Charlet will at onca undergo
a thorough renovation, and bo much Im
proved In all its appointment!.
Good sample, rooms and special ratos for
All baggage for guest convoyed to and
iromino notoi rrco oi cnarga.
Jkwktt Wilcox & Co., Proprietor,
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD.
TIJ.tlNM LKAVi: CAIRO.
Freight at .
,...2:W a m Dally,
...3:00 p.m "
,..4:00 a.m., . ..eiccpt Sunday
,.n:.ki a. in......
.. 4:00 p.m " "
AURIVi: AT CAIRO.
2:'3 a.m., Dally
...,2K)5 p.m.,,,., except Sunday
0:15 a.m.,, ...except Monday
7:10 p.m., except Sunday
....10:05 p.m "
tf. .Iamks Joii.nbox. Agont.
Ross hat on hand, and for talo a large
quantity of oalatuid hickory wood, cut and
split, and ready for the stove. Also al
kinds of coal which will be delivered In any
part of the city on short notice. Leave or
den at coal yard, on Commercial avenue,
opposite Eleventh ttreet. Dec. 0-3m
Boot and ehoe maker, Twen h street, be
twoon Washington avenue and Poplar
street, is prepared to make boots anu shoes
In tho latest and moat fashionable styles,
lie will make them to order, old or new
styles to suit customers, out of the hi: t.aud
fre-hest stock, of which he alwuys,hus
good supply on hand from which to make
elections. All fitting of boots and shoes
mado by Mr, aUhlurs Is dona in his own shop
no foreign titling bolus ued by him.
Givo him a call, aud he will give you satis
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE
Happy relict tor young men from the ef
fects ol errors and abuses In early life. Man
hood restored. Impedimenta to marriage
removed. New method of treatment. New
and remarkable remedies. Books aud clr
nilurs sent free. In sealed envelopes. Ad
dress, Howard Association, Mo. 2 South
Ninth street, Philadelphia, Fa. an institu
tion having a hli;u reputation for honorable
onuiliH anil pr-mxMOniti hkui, i I!) -a ii.vw.ira
I-I .A. X 22,
Eighth Street, botwecu Wa-hlntou und
NEW LIVERY STAliLE.
MILLS W PARKER, Proprlrlor.
Tenth Street, between Walnut und Wash
ington. IIalngpuri'hiicilthe entire xtock, Stable,
llornt", Carrlui;vs, BUKUles, etc., ol Dr.
Fluid, ami added several new "turnouts."
Mr. 1'ilrker now invites all his friends, old
nnd new. In wantot Saddln Horses. Double
or Single- Carriages, or auythlug ultu in hi
lino, to give him a cat). 141 fi lm
HEAL MTATK AUSnUV.
O. WINSTON & UO.,
HfcAL ESTATE AGENTS
A UUTION KKRS,
74 (eo(i:iu uoa).OBio lmyki,
uiuto, n.ui .
Hur amd Bill Hial Estati,
KUKNISU ABSTKAOTfl ) TITLM
II. A. Thotn p.
THOMS t BROTHIE,
Bucceaosra to 11. M.HoJea,
COMMISSION MIRCBANT8. BI0KUS
tll saatd Tmrnmy Sraeawl;
roretgn and Doateetle
134 Coaus.ralal Aveaa.
OAIRO. . . ILLINOIS.
MILLKU ft PAKKBK,
FORWAUDIIf ti MUUflAJITa,
DEALKH8 IN FLOUK, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS ron VAIHBAMK'S SO A LIS
. hlo Levee. CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
NEW YORK STOitK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LABOHT YAKI1TT STOCK IV TU OXTT
GOODS BOLD VKHT OU)MB.
O. O. PATDBi
in PRICES t
UST THE CIT7.
J. Burger, at his new stor
on Commercial Avonue, wil
commence this week a sale of
liis stock of winter goods at
greatly reduced prices. He is
about to start East, to lay. in a
stock of oarly Spring styles,
and in order to mako room
tor them, will dispose of the
Goods now on hand at prices
which must prove satisfactory
to all. He invites all who
wish to make bargains in
Winter Goods, Shawls, Dress
Goods, Cloaks, Scc, dec, to
call nt once. Tho entire stock
has been marked down, and
must be sold, 1242-8 20t
WILLIAM J. ALLKN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
tliBca over First Watloaal baaJr. i-HVIaa
SAMUEL F. WHKELMH,
ATTORNEY k COUNSELOR AT LAW
Offle over First Natloaal baak. t-latet
John Ii, Multoy. WlUas O. Muikey
MULKKY ft SON,
A'fTOBNETS AT LAW
Offloa: Xlg hU ttreet, betwm C
uaiaua waauugton aveauaa.
UKEEM ft aUiSMKT,
OOUMSILOV AY LAW,
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