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THE CAIKO DAILY 1IULLKT1N, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1874.
LOCAL WEATHER REPORT.
utinvn'a omcic, Canto, ills., 1
February 37, 10:11 p.m., 19.4. J.
TbifBiomtter, 411 deijrecii.
Wind K. Velocity rulles per hour.
Maximum temperature tor ImI !M hours,
Minlmasa temperature lor ibo Uit'Jt hours,
Prevailing wind for Uit 24 bourt, S.
Total number or mlUi traveled by wind
during Ult 24 bourt, I4T.
Observer Signal .Service, U. 8. A.
Illi Hi " r'. " TT
ENT Eltl'A IN-
READ 1 NQS AND RECITATION Si
At the Atheneum, Friday and Saturday
Tickets M) centi. lteserved seals 7fi routs
Doors open at o'cloek, Kntertaliiracnt to
begin at 8. 185 it-'r-lt.
Positively one Uny Only.
THURSDAY, MARCH 3, 1874.
AFTERNOON at 3, KVKNINC, atSaVIock.
Doors open at 2 and at 7 o'clock.
The Urtjtit Original and Beuowued
GENERAL TOM THUMB AND WIFE,
COMMODORE NUTT, AND
Just returned to America alter a Three
Year's Tour Aroimd the World, will
Appear In a variety of
HONOB, DUETS. DIALOGUES, COMIC
ACTS and LAUQUAULE SKETCHES.
At each Entertainment, the Ladles will
wear tereral Mew and Elegant Costumes,
MAONlKICANT DIAMONDS, Ac., as worn
by them belore the Potentates of the
rortiLAK riticKS :
ADMISSION ONLY 25 CENTS.
CIlILDHKN, under 10 years V Cents.
Heserved Seats, M Cents.
Children under 10 reserved scats.,,23 Cents.
Ladles and Children are considerately ad
vised to attend the Day Exhibition, and
thus avoid tho crowd aud confusion of tho
Evenlns Performance. Or.o. MItcakll.
TIME 1 CARD.
CLLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD.
TRARI8 UAVi: CAIRO.
Mall at 2:30 a.m., Dally.
Express at 3.-00 p.m., '
Freight at 4:00 a.ni.,.., except Sunday
Freight at 11:5ft a.ru..j.
Freight at 4.KX) p.m
AHRIVK AT CAIRO.
Mall at .0:1 r a.m Dally
Express at .'JKU p.m.,....except Sunday
Freight at 9:1b a.m.,. ...except MomUy
Freight at .7:10 p.m., except Hunday
Freight at 105 p.m......
168 2-17-tf. JAMKa doiiNson, Agont.
THK CAIRO AND V1N0ENNE8
CHANCE Of T1KK.
On and alter Sunday, February 22,
tralne will run as follows :
Cairo, loavo tt-M) a.m. li:0." a.m.
Mound City, leave 0:42 " r.:."ir "
Vienna, leavo 0:i:i " 8:27 "
Harrisburg, leave 8:l!l ' 11:4.1 "
Norris City, leave U:li " l: p.m.
Carml, arrive 9:50 " 2:!I3 "
Curml, leave...; 10:00 " 4:4:ia:m.
Grayvllle, leave 10:40 " r:.V, "
MouutCarmel.leave... .11:22 " 7:W "
Vlnccnne, leave 12:23 IM. I:20 "
O.&M. Junction, arrivc.l2:35
O.AM. Junction, leave. 7:Ki a.m.
Vlncenues leave 7:23
Mount Camicl, leavo .... 8:3.1
Orayvllle, leave :18 "
Carml, arrive 10:00 "
Carml, leave 10:10 "
Norris City, leave 10:44 "
Harrlsburirh, lcac 11:43 "
Vienna, icavo 1:17 r.M.
Mound City, leave 2:42 "
Cairo, nrrivo 11:03 "
U: 10 1
M0TJMD OITT ACCOMMODATION.
Leave Cairo at 11:80 a.m. and B:13 p.m,
Leave Mound City at 12:36 p.m. and 0:10 p.m.
Freight trains stop over night at Carml;
run from tuoro us mixed train, leaving nt
4:35 a.m.: leavlnc Vlncenne.s t 7 P.m. the
same evening for return trip.
At Cairo with tho Mississippi Central,
Mobile anp Ohio, for all points nout; Cairo,
Arkansas aim xcxas, ior an points in .irh.ui
:m and Tox&4.
At Vlnccnnei: Indianapolis and Vlncennes
railway forlndlonapoll and all points north,
east and west ; with Evansvlllo and Craw
fordsvlllo railway forEvans1llo.Torra llauto.
Danville, Chicago and all points north, cast
ana west: wuu unio aim jiississippi rail
way for St. Louis, LoulsvUlo, Cincinnati and
all poinU east and west.
At HorrU City crossing tho Sprlngllcld
aim junois Houtneusiern railway.
L. W. Paluir, Oen'l Sup't.
K. P. "Wilson. Gen'l Passenger, Ant.
OAIRO, ARKANSAS AND TEXAS
AND OAIRO AND YUh
The shortest and only direct route Irom
Cairo to JaoWsonport, Little Hock, Hot
Springe, Fulton, and all points In Arkansas
aud the Southwest, ana uaivcston, Houston,
Dallas, Austin and all points in Texas
TWELVE UOUU8 IN ADVANCE OF
ANY OTHER ROUTE.
Through ticket, through bills or lading
and information as to freight rates, pas-
sender fare, connections, etc., cau bo ob
taluedatthe company's tllce in Winter'
block, comer of Seventh street and Ooni
Hacks will call at prlvato 'residences and
hotels for passengers, when orders are left
Elegant Pullman palace sleeping cars on
all night trains.
Tralus run dally, (Sundays exoepted) from
the Cairo Office as follews :
Leave Greenfield's. , , .9:33 a m and .KM p.m
Afalve atGroenfleld's,.0:17 a m and38p.ra.
kxprkm bums daily
Leave OreeaUeld 200:n. ta
Arrive at Greenfield's 1:10 p.m.
D. Axtill, Chief Eogtoeer.
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
Squint Tiioh. MAKTikof Unoiu Island
precinct, was In town yesterday.
Skvi.ntken soiled doves contributed to
the funds of the city on Wednoiday.
Cairo Iish nine regular hotels, LesKlos
at loast two dozon prlvato buarJlng
A itiiiULAH sossloii of tbu city council
will bo held on next Tuesday evening,
Tux, question now Is "will tho praying
temperance women of Cairo flup dowu In
front of tlio (Rloor.sl" Maybe, so.
Tub lato heavy rains havo tuadu tl uinro
hazardous than over to cross Cache bridge
on tho road between Catro and Mound
Mk. and Mm. K. C. lint, arrived in
this city yostorday. Thoy havo taken
rooms at tho St. Charter hotel for tho
Cult bricktuakors oxpoct to do a lively
business the coming suason. Each of tho
ards will hum nearly twice tho usual
luantlty of brick.
Work on the sovural new buildings
now in course of eroclton In the city Is
oiug ahead as last as tho condition of tho
weather will permit.
Am soon as the back water goes out of
tho Mississippi river tho contractors will
commence driving piles down the shoroon
Mr. Thos. Bird's land.
Mr. O. W. Cochhan, Mr. Wilcox
pratnor in tho hotel buittioss, arrivod
in tho city ycstouluy. Mr. Cochran's
home is In New Orleans.
Cuas, Pkiffkrmno, tho samo who
used to prepare hash for tho boarders at
St. Charles in this oily, is now 'running
tho Winstoad llouso at Anna, Union
Mr. Lek, an old citizen of Wolf Island,
died at Greenfield's landing on Thursday
ovening. Yesterday tbo furry boat Selmas
was drapod in mourning, and conveyed
tbo remains of tho de;eascd to his late
homo on tbo Island.
TnKitK was anothor immenso crowd at
tho Mothodist church lust night. The
house was Jammed full, and tbo numbor
turned away for want of room to seat
them vtni not less than ono hundrod. Tho
intorost In tho revival is on tho increase
rather than decroaso.
Tiik tobacco salo yesterday morning at
the)Plantor'fworehouso,wa8 woll nttonded.
Seventoeu hogsheads woro placed on the
brakes, all of whloh was taken at good
and satisfactory prices. Lugs sold at
from $3 60 to $0 25, and loaf at from $G
On tho 10th of April tho city election
will take place. There is to bo elected a
city clerk, treasuror and city attorney, be
sides one alderman from each ward. Soon
wo may expect to see candidates shaking
bands with and congratulating tho aver
age Calrolte on his good look;.
PnouiNKNT among tho arrivals at tho
St. Chariot hotel yesterday, woro: C. J,
Perry, Now Orloans; Miles W. Evans,
Cincinnati; S. F. Brelli., Buffalo; A, B.
Franklin aud W. Boroland, Chicago; Jno.
Gllmoro, Pittsburg; S. F. Bornard, St.
Louis, and John B. Wilson, Louisville
Tiik schome of building a railroad' froru
this city to connect with tho Cairo Short
line, is again being agitatod. Two or
three men agrooto grade as many miles,
and several goutlouien havo o Mured to givo
$10 each toward its construction. That's
right, gentleman, agitate I and build tho
road or bust. Sparta l'laindealor, Feb
Thehk is it hush houso on Commercial
avonuo that is reputed to bo tho resort of
two-thirds of tho gamblers and thieves who
make Cairo one of thoir stopping placos.
Tbo establishment needs ronovatlng, and
by way of admonition, wo would suggost
to tho proprietress, tbatjsho had better go
slow or eho might be compelled to close
Most IIii.l, a colorod man, a resident
of this city, who, to use the phrase, "fol
lowed the rivor 'for a llvlng.wai drowned
at Cincinnati on the 13th of this month.
11111 was a mulatto, and was onco Indicted
by tho grand jury for stealing moat from
Mosirs. Stratton & Bird. We mention
this latter fact that our readers may the
moro roadlly romombor who Moso Hill
The action of Judge Bross in sending
six bad Ilttlo boys to tbo reform school at
Pontine has had a wholesome oiled on
tho othor score or moro of little chaps of
tbo same stripe. Thoio Juvonllo thieves
come to bo a nuisance-, and whon caught
the best thing to bo dono with them is to
do at Judgo Bross did with tbo tlx above
roferrod to. Thnro thoy can't stoal if
they want to.
Tnc ferryboat Three States Is an insti
tution that tho morchants of Cairo could
illy afford to dispense with. Tho boat
brings to tbo city a trade that amounts Id
the course of a year to a very large turn
of money. It Is pretty certain, however
that our business men reap a larger bene
fit from the operations of the boat than
tho members of the ferry company do.
Tho ferryboat Throo States Is n credit to
tbo city as woll as to tho ferry company.
Mrs. O'Bvrnk, "Pips,' gavo hor Brat
reading at the Atheneum last evening to
a rathor small uudionco, Tho presonce.at
tho entertainment of so few may bo at
tributed to the fa:t that thore wat tervl-
cei last night in noarly all of the churchet
in the city, betides soveral prlvato partios
But thetmtll number presont did not de
ter Mrs. O'Byroo from going through
with the programoo. Sho recited poem
after poem, and during tbo one hour and
ft halfi entertainment tho never onco bad
occasion to refer to tbu book. It It well
worth the prico of admUtion to hear ber
read, and those who attend the Athenutn
to-night will enjoy a rioh treat.
Ht Invitation a solsct few of the per
sonal friends of Mr, and Mrs. E, O. Uhl
last evening assembled at the residence of
1). Matbuss on Tenth street, to wel
come Mr, Ubl and his accomplished bride
to their homo in this city. The evening
was spent in the most pleasant manner,
and the host and hostess wore the recipi
ents of many thanks fur the hospitable
manner In which they receivtd and enter
tained their guests. Of course Mr. and
Mrs. Uhl rocolved the congratulations and
wall-wishes of all present for their happi
ness and success through the voyage of the
new llfo.opon which they have Just entered,
As Is usual on such occasions, the com
pany dispersed at an oarly hour.
Sinck tbo last day ol .launary County
Cjerk Lynch has Issued tho following mar
Felix Cross and Miis Georgia Ptil
ford. Madison Butler and Mrs. Louisa Heed.
Aaron Andersou and Miss Mary Bob
inion. Chas. Cunningham aud Miss Annie
Sam Husklns and Mri. Miry Rauxey.
Samuel Dixon and Alias Mary Robin
ton. Hwar.y F.Sbadduck and Mrr. Mary Mc
Laughlin. las. M. Watson and Miss Jennie S.
Chas. Allen and Miss Matilda Chancy.
Stephon Buckingham and Miss Mary
Jas.Sponrer and Sarah Dickson.
Joseph Hicks and Susan Ownos.
Jerry Perkins and Maria Brown.
B, F, Hall and Miss M. Emma l.atta.
Tuxna has been trouble In tbo domicile
of John Johnson, John Johnson it a col
ored man and his domicile is in the bar
racks, Just insido the Mississippi lovee.
John's neighbors say ho has always been
a hard-working man and a fuithful hus
band. But they can not be coaxed to aay
as much good of John's wife. He makos
tho money and thoy say she
sponds it, or rathor "fllppons It
off for nofQn." John grow tired of toeing
his hard earned ducats squandered, and
expostulated with his wife about It. But
she only got mad, and told hlai if ho did
not llko " her way of doing he bad
batter hunt somo 'wench' that would do
bolter." Day before yesterday, Susan
(tbat't John't wife) packed her "kit,"
and vowed her determination to
leave John Johnson's houso never
mero to return. At first he
was disposed to conciliate, and oven wont
so far as to coax Susan to not tear heriolf
from his hearth and homo, But the was
incorrigible, and as John says, "h bent
on going," Finally, wbon John found
that all hit oliortt to induce her to stay
were of no fcvell, ho determined that at
the wat bound to go he would give her
something to remember him for. So
when she was roady to leave, be asked
her to shako hands with
him, tbo last favor ho would eyor ask of
her. Sim consented, and roaching out her
right band John solzol it ilrmly in hit
left, while with hit right hand, In which
ho held a common pocket knife, ho pro-
ceodod to cut a gash across tbo back of
hor hand. The wound, though for a time
it may bo painful, it not daugor
out, but Is certain to leave
a near that Susan will al
ways havo with hor as a romlndor of hor
forsaken husband. Johnson tayt ho did
all ho Intondod to do. and knowt hie
faitblust wife will not soon forgot him
and that is Just what ho doalres she shall not
do. Ho Is happy now, and expects to bo
Lit it last night a report came to tbo
ears of tbo local of Tiik Bulletin that
a woman living somewhere In tho upper
part of tho city had been " burnod to
death." It was twolvo o'clock
when tho roport reaohod us, and we
at onco began tho soarcb to find out who
the unfortunato being was and whore she
lived. It wat not long until
we ascertained that the name
of tho poor woman wat Madden, and that
the was tho wife of tho well-known car
penter of this city of that name. At hair
put ono o'clock this morning wo went to
Mr. Madden't residence, which it on Lo
cutt botween Twonty-tbird and Twenty
fourth streets, and from a sitter of Mrs'
Madden's, who was at her sldo whon the
accldont occured, barned the following
particulars: Mn, Maddon and htr
sister had been to church
and did not reach borne till about ten
o'clock. Mr. Madden wat In tbo garden
working, and after talking with him for a
fow minutot Mrt. Madden and her titter
went into the house, and tho former
took down a lamp, but finding that
it wat empty, tbo brought out an oil can
from which to rill it. It being dark, Mrt
Madden told tho girl to light a match
and hold it white the poured the oil into
the lamp. The girl did at directed, but
the match burned out, nothing but the
Dory ombor remaining, htforo the
lamp was qulto lull, and tho remarked to
Mn. M. that the would got another. At
tbit Mrt. Madden said "hold on," and
Just as the uttorod tbo wordt, with an aw
fill Uash and lound roport the lamp and
can both exploded, tcattering
tbo oil all aroundand and saturating
Mn. Madden't dress, which itn
meuiatoiy took nre. The room
wat one tboet of flame, and for a moment
it teemed that overy ono In the houte
would bo burned to death. Mrt,
Madden ran to the back door and
foil with hor face to the ground
Ry this timo ber husband bad reached
her, and running into the bouse be took
from one of tho beds a heavy blanket,
and wrapping It about her, With much
difficulty ho tuccteded in smothering
the flames. In tbo meantime, the
girl bad got another blanket, and
after the utmost exertion finally tubdued
tho tiro In tbo boute. Mrt. Madden wat
removed into the houte, and when he
cuarrou doming wat removed, it wat
found that both her arma and
right tido were terribly burned,
and by another perion, not Mrt
Madden't titter, we were told that the
fleih wai dropping from her armi, Dr.
Uordan wat tent for, and upon arriving
at the bout did everything that ho could
to relievo the suffering of the unfortunate
lady; but stated that he could not
tbeu tay what would be the
rnsult of htr Injuries. It It ttrange, but
the girl, who was Handing at Mrt, Mad-
tn't tide when the explosion occurred,
lid not get any of tho oil on her clothing,
nd escaped unharmed. It was Aurora
oil that wat in Ike ran. At tbo time of
the explosion there were teveral children
aloep In an adjoining room, and had
the boutn taken Ore In all pro
bability they would havo perished In the
flames. Mr. Madden, who It an old resi
dent of Cairo and one of our best citizens,
will have the sympathy of all who hear
of this Uarful accident to his wife.
and drfiaiturea lor the 24 hours suiting it n
li, ui. last v eniiu; :
Steauur V. P. Graooy, Columbus
Grand Tower, St. Louis
Coal Hill and tow, Louisville
City of Alton, St. Louis
Blsmartk, New Orleans
Pat Kogert, Cincinnati
Julia, St. Louis
Imperial and tow, St. Louis
Bee and tow, Memphis.
Stoamer Mlnnoola, Cincinnati
11 Grand Tower, Momphis
" City of Alton, New Orleans
') Gracey, Columbus
Bismarck, St Louis
11 Idlewild, Evantvlllo
" Coal Hill, St Louis
11 Indiana, Now Orloant
11 Julia, Vicktburg
Tho Ohio river rote about eleven Inches
in the twenty-four huurt ending at live
o'clock last nlclit. This It a high rlio con-
Idering 4.ho high ttago of water In that
stream. There it no change in tho condi
tion of the Mississippi.
The weathor yesterday wat tprlng-llko
warm and pleasant. Business on tho
levee was dull, as has been the condition
for sometlmo past.
Tho Thompson Dean on bor last trip
out from New Orleans had ISO cabin pas
sengers, Sho was so full that somo
of the passongors wero compellod
to take rooms in tho Toxas
Tho Julia, for Vlckaburg, was heavily la
den and made some addition! hero
Tho Indiana arrived here with an Im
menso trip for New Orloant The
Fisk wat light Capt. Irvln Dugan
came up at far at Memphis on the Jamei
Howard. He ttoppod off at Memphis
Eight, and only olght.day boarders can
be accommodated at the St. Charles at the
reduoed price. 2-lo-tf
Who wants IT? loo barrels of limn
for $100. Woon RiTTKNliouns A Hno.
Several pleasant rooms on tho uppr
door at the St. Cbarlet can be bad at very
low ratot. 2-10-tf
Dr. Williamh has received a supply
of frosh "Laughing gas." Office on Com
mercial avenue ovor. Elliott k Haythorne-
Fkuit farms for talo at Villa Ridge in
five to twenty acres lots, sot with tbo
choicest of fruit. Inquirer at Wilcox's
For Balk t'.'.OOO in city tcrlp. For
tale in quantities to auit tbo purchaser
Apply to U. T. Okkould,
Drlinuukmt Tax ks. Distraint for
taxot will positively be made March 1st
Alex. H.JIkvin, Collector.
Turkic elogant family rooms, fronting
on the Ohio, at the St, Charles hotel, can
now be obtained with board at reasonable
rates. 163-2-16 If
Bueokr, the dry goods merchant, It
now in New York purchasing hit stock
of goods for tbn spring trado. Defer
your purchases until he roturns, 2-20 tl.
Mr. J. Buhubr it now In Now York
city selecting bin stock of tprlng goodt
He will shortly open as lino an assort
mont of goodt at wat ovor brought to
Mn. BuaoxK, the enterprirlng dry
goodt merchant, it now in Now York for
the purpose of purchasing hit spring
stock of goods. If you want good goods
at low prices wait till his stook arrives.
Notick It hereby given that I will pay
no Mill for goodt told to any of the em'
ployet of Tun Caiho Bollktin, either
or thumielvet or lor the ute of the otttoe
unleee the tame are furnished on an order
Igned by Mr. Burnett or myself.
12-'iO-ly Johw n. Omkrlt,
Attention Earukm. We have
small lot of the Urle moveable point
ateel plows, which we are now offering at
cost to dote them out.
BUHWAAT, OrtU A Co,
1m 186 Commercial avenue
Partner Wanted. a gentleman
without capital, but with teveral years
experience and thoroughly acquainted
with the business, It detlrous of forming
a partnerthip in the Hide, Fur and
Iieathor business in Colro, with some one
who can furnish a capital of tay $5,000,
Address, drawer 237. 43-1-18-tf
For Rent. The brick house situated
corner Third street and Commercial ave
nue. The boute has been put in good re
pair throughout and Is well arranged for
a hotel or bearding houte, alto rooms
rent on Third street. Inquire of Wxn
McHalt, No, 6, Winter's block.
Tom a good square inuai go to Hsrry
Walker! restaurant, Commercial aveaue
between Seventh and Eighth it rest. 1m
Cost will bo added on personal taxes af
ter Maroh 1st. Ai.iv. II. Irvih,
luTiisTan a sugars.
Wo have recelvod a consignment of
Louisiana Sugars, which will bo sold to
the trade. I2tf. IIai.i.ipay Bkoi.
Sdcond-clait clothing, walchot, Juwctry,
pistols, Ac, bought and told, Opposite
Cairo and Vlncennes railroad depot,
IHS-2.27-tf M, Outiik
Tkn pounds of brown sugar for $1; tl
pounds best colfee sugar at f 1; 3 pounds
of choice butter at f I; 10 cents for lard;
Imperial tea at f 1; potatoes 30 routs per
pock; apples 4tl cunts, at Wilcox's Block,
This morning at 10 o'clock at my sales
room, No. Ill Commercial avenue, furni
ture coiirtstliig ot beadsteata,tabl(w,chalrs,
wasbstands, cooking stovo, safes and a lot
of bar tlx turn, coal oil lamps, etc.
10 .3Ml. Loiih H. iMvKHt,
Two Batterlos or two Boilers, each V.4
feet long, 42 Inch Dram, 'i 14 Inch Flues
with lira fronts. Mud and HWam drums
Safety and Mud valves, Chimney and
Brltohlu, all couipltta and In Urst-olass
rderf: been used only threo months. For
price, etc, Inquire ol J. T. IUnnik,
ii-in-u. vuirun iron Works.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALK.
Lot No. 2 In block 17, first addition
with a two-story framo bouse fronting on
Commercial avonuo, and throo lots (38
and 40), samo block, (routing on Snv-
onleunth street, are ottered for talo at a
bargain. Apply on tho premlsos, corner
Seventoenth and Commercial avonuo.
THE ST. CHARLES HOTEL.
The undersigned having resumed the
management of the above hole), trust by
strict attention to business, to tho wants
and comforts of their guests, to merit tho
ronowod favor of their old patrons and the
traveling public In general.
Tho Saint Chariot will at onco undergo
thorough renovation, and bo much Im
proved in all lit appointments.
Good tamplo rooms and special rates for
All bactrairn for guosts conveyod to and
from tho hotel free of chargo.
Jkwxtt Wilcox x Co., l'roprlutors.
PUBLIC 8Al,K. '
I will toll myentlro stock of tho hcot
of Boef, Pork, Veal, Mutton, Poultry,
flutter, Eggs, Lard, Irish Potatoes, Sweet
Potatoes, Apples, Flour, Meal, Spiced
Hoof, and tho host of Co mod Beef. Tho
salo will commonce at S o'clock In tho
morning and continue until nlno at night
each day for nlno months, SundayH ox
oopted, 1 havo also 180 acres of the host
of cotton land to soil or exchange for Cairo
property. I also want sovaral good agonta
to toll fruit treet. All of tbo above will
be oxpialned by calling on S. Patterson,
earner of Nluth aud Wluut w..tu,
th or o is tho placo the talo of the moat and
vogolablos will be mado, fi2 1-31-lm,
Cairo, Ills., Jan. 3'.), 1H74.
Wk have something new in tho way of
half-sheet posters, whloh wo think aro
ust tho thing for tho apri.ig trado. They
consist of six different dsslgns, litho
graphed, with mortises and margins for
prlntii. Two oi tho cuts are suitablo
lor any buslnoss ; tho other four for boots
and shoos, photographers, druggists and
dry goods. Wo havo but ono hundred of
oaoh cut, and will furnish thorn printed at
Cincinnati prices. Wo have also somo
fancy cards. Tho "languago of flowers,'
ton designs; "Boquot," twolvo doslgns;
'Opera," four designs and ;"Uomlo" cards
twonty-four designs which wo furnish
printod at 910 to $12 per M, Cincinnati
pricot. Who wanlt Ihoni ? Don't all
tpeak at once. 103.2-10-:it
R. S. Briuiiam, M. D., llomwpathltt
130, Commercial avenuo, Cairo, Illinois
withot to Inform tho public that he has
purchased an apparatus for generating
ozonized oxygen, and is now proparod to
administor this agent, which it now being
very successfully usod In diseases f the
rospiratory organs, such as Atthma, Acute
and Chronic Bronchitit, Consumption In
the flrtt and second stages, alto in Spinal
affoctloni, Rboumatlsm, Malarial fevers
Cholera, Ao. Many eminent physicians'
names could be given that advocate the
use af ozonized air by inhalation at ono
of the most effective curatlvo agents of
modern timet. 10'J 2-6-lm
The barber shop it ou no corner ol
Eighth ttroet and Commercial avenuo
wboro J. Goorge Stionhouio with his gun-
tlemanly assistants can be found at any
hour of the day or night, ready to tootbe
your feeltngt with tmooth tbave, or cool
your temper and hoad with a good sham
poo. It is a first-clast shop, ana you aro
sure of revolving ursveiats treatment.
Lad os' and cb Idron't bair cut or curled
after the most approved styles. 8-16-tf
Pittsburg Coal at
$0 00 per ton ;
Grand Tower Coal at
$5 00 per ton.
Office on Tonlh street, between Com
mercial and Washington avenues.
Milk Waoon. I will commence run
ning a milk wagon on Monday morning
February 23. 1 will contlnuo it all sum
mer, and respectfully solicit your patron
age. Milk will bo dellverod to any ono
in the city, dally morning and evening.
Orders nay be given to tho .driver of the
wagon or left at any Ice itand, Mo 81 Ohio
levee. Growir. loctm
Piano in xxniiAxut kor vacant
loth in cairo, Any
vacant lot or lots that
person having a
they would ex
ohiDts ior first-class Dlano. can be suited
bv addroialne Miss Mary Dixon, aont
Oarbondalo, Illlnolt. 80-1.28-Ot
OviROOATe worth 10 for 8 at Hart
men & Co't. 87-1-30 tf
PHIL. H. SAUP,
Ami Manufacturer n'
102 Commercial Ave.
$C5Onlvs from Abroml Promptly Attended to.
SPECIAL LOCAL NOTICES.
Al.t. kinds of lino Iacm and fringes at
ono half tbn usual prlco at llattinaii &
CoV h7-l.no tf
Tub European hotel, Harry Walker
proprietor, la opon at all hours of tho
ALL brands of sheeting and shirting at
tho lowost price at Hartmaii & Co't.
Fun uAeand steam fitting go to Ren
nio't Vulcau Iron workt, Commercial
avonuo, foot of Ninth ttreul V-lU-tf
J I'sT recelvod and opened, the largest
aud finest assortmoiit,latest style and pat
terns of tho host brands of callcot at Hart
man A Co't., corner Sixth street.
All kinds of game constantly on hand
at Harry Walker's, Commercial avonuo
between Sevonth and Eighth streets.
Tnic bust quality of Alexandria kid
gloves at Harttnan A, Co'a, fur aovtinty
livo cents, worth l 20. H7-1-3U If
Ai.i. kinds of clothing and Gent's fur
nishing goods at ono half the uiual prlcu
at Harttnan A CoV, comer of Sixth street.
A nil. I, assortment of J. P. Coats' and
Clark A ;Co'. cotton, at live cents per
spool at llartmitii .V (Vs., corner Sixth
street. H7-1-II0 tf
pg KIILKKS, fJ
floot and shoo maker, Twen h street, be
tween Washington avenuo and Poplar
street, la prepared to make boot auu shoes
In tho latest and most lashlnnable styles.
Ua will make thorn to order, old or new
styles to suit customers out of tho bit t.and
frostiest stock, of which he always husja
good Hiipply on hand from which to make
selections, AH fitting of boots ami sIioon
mado by Mr. Killers Is dono In his own ahop
no foreign fitting botng lined by him,
Ulvo him a call, and ho will give you satis
Itoss has ou baud, and tor tale a largo
quantity of oak and hickory wood, cut and
split, and ready for the atovo. Also at
kinds ol coal which will he delivered In anr
part of the city on short notice. Leave or
ders at coal yard, on Commercial avenue,
opposite Klevontb street. Dec. Mm
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE
Happy roller lor young mun trom tho el
feetMol errors and utilises in early Ufa. Man
hood restorod. Impediments to marriago
removed. New method of treatment. New
aud romarkable remedies. Hooka and cir
culars sent free, in sealed envelopes. Ad
ilren, Howard Aiwoc.latlon, Ho, 2 Houlh
Ninth street. Philadelphia, Pa. an institu
tion having a high refutation for honorable
nndiint and prflnnl aklll. 1ID-H lw8m
FINE MILLINERY GOODS
tMKNlI WA1.V NTYLKN.
M It 8 . M . JACKSON,
(Formerly Mrt. Bwandsr,)
announces that the has Just opened a large
assortment ol the
Millinery Uooda to lie lound in the market
Hhe will koep on hand
Hats, Bonnets, Flower, Hiiiuonb,
Dress Thimminos or All Kinds,
Laihih FuKNituiMU Goods, Notions,
Collars, Underklbkvks, Hurra,
And all goods found in millinery stores, sll
ol which will be dlapoaod ol at the lowest
cash prices. Mrs. Jackson respectfully
asks a continuation of the pataonago which
has beon so ilbeially besUowad upon her by
the ladles of Cairo and tbo vicinity.
Eighth Htreet, botween Washington ami
K. MAXWKIjL k CO.,
Manufacturers aud Dealers In
MACHINE & BURNIG OILS
Also Agents for tho
No. 710, North Mstne. Street,
.St. I.oalH, Mo.
JO dAwlm. .
O.W. DUNNING, M. D."
ltE81DKNOE-corner Nlnllj Metnut
StrocU. Offlce-conier SUth street and
Ohio levee. OlBoe liours-froia a a. m., to
,2 in., and 9 p. in
!H'.AI.hKS,an your commissions, by sell-
Inn our Ht-ran '.
.Ine, in any quantity, direct
In the euiiiumer,
2!M Eat IVarl Street,
1 tako pleasure in calling
tlio attention of tho public to
my fusli nnd full stock of
now and elegant Furniture, nt
my Vurnituro and Matrass
Factory, corner Seventeenth
Street and Washington Ave
nue. My stock embraces
HedstendH, Wndrobes, Bu
roaiiH, Sideboards, Wash
stands, Tables, Chairs, Bug
gies, Matrasses and, in a word,
all that is usoful or orna
mental in my lino.
This boing tho only manu
factory of Furnituro in this
city, 1 proposo ofloring bettor
goods at lowor pricos, and
have mado a largo reduction
in tho pricos of all my goods.
Call and examine my stock
and sec uro an outtlt of choice
Furnituro. To tho wholesale
trade I oiler apodal induce
ments. Note tho place
Corner Seventeenth Street and
Washington Avenue, Cairo, Ills.
Wholesalo and Retail Doaler in Fur
nituro and Mat raise.
Zornsr Twelfth street and Washington Ave
J. C. HTJELS.
(Ute of Ht. Louis,)
JIOOK BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
BLANK BOOKS of every description done
with neatness and dispatch. All kinds ot
ruling done at short notloe. Bibles, Music.
Mauaxtnea and Periodicals bound nsat and
at the lowsst possible rates.
County work, tueb as Kscords, Docket
Feu Books, Blanks, etc., wade a specialty.
Boxes, rocket llooks.Knveleps, etc.. mads
to order. - H-.
WILLIAM. J. AIaLKN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Otttoe over Klrst National bank. t-lt-ta
8AMUKL P. WHKKLKK,
ATT0KNIY k COUNSELOR AT LAW
Offlee over rtrtt Notional bank, t-UsW
John li. Muucsy.
WUlaa C. Mulkey
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Olllos! Wo-nth street, between Cetataer
elal and WatSlturton avenues.
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