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TJllO CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, Sl'NlJAY, MARCH 1, 18Y4.
LOCAL WEATHER UKl'ORT.
OnsRitvmt'MOi KicP!, Oaiuo, IIK, 1
IVIirimrjl'JM, 10:11 i.w., 1M7I. J
lltomctrr,!!0:JI I degrees.
Thermoliiotcr, 111 degree.
Wind II. Velocity In uillcs nor hour.
Maximum tcuipcratttte lor last 21 hour-,
Minimum temperature Inrtbelat24 hours,
Prevailing wind for hist -I hours, d.
Total number of miles traveled hy wind
luring last 24 home, 117.
Observer Slsnal Service, U. S. A.
Positively (iih' l.ty Only,
Til I.' 113 DAY, MAllOII , 1871.
TWO l'KltrOK.M A NO IIS
lir'TI'KN'OON M !1, P.VKMNO utH Vehlch.
Doors open nta and nt 7 o'clock,
VLVLSTKIt ni.lilll.LU, .MiNUi.rh.
The Uroat Original nnil lt tki ned
Benkual tom thumb and win:,
C0MM01I0UE NUTTi AM)
ilt relumed to America niter n Three
Year i Tour Around tho World, will
Appear In n variety of
dstis, duihs, DiAi.onri:-. comic
At'Trt unci bArUUAUI.K MtKTUlll.
t each Kiitortalnmcnt, tlio Ladles will
wear several Now and Hlegaut Costumes,
lAONlKK'ANT DIAMONDS.A-o., ns woui
by them hclnro tho Potentates ol tliu
I'OI'ULAIt I'UICl'.S :
ADMISSION ONLY 25 CUNTS;
I Hll.DltCN. under 10 years, ( enlx.
Ilcservod Seats, Ml Cent.
J 1 1 1 1 1 r o 1 1 under 111 reserved unt8..J." Ceut.
Lsdlcs and Children arc considerately ml-
Ued to attend tliu Day Inhibition, ami
I bus avoid tho crowd and eonllisiou of tho
Veiling Pcrfoimatieu, (1 1:. MItcai:i.i.
LL1N01S OKNTUAL HAILKOAI).
Tli.VI.NS LKAVi: CAlltO.
Mall at.... iitfn a.m., Dally.
Cxprrssat 3:00 p.m., "
"Teignuil -i:uo a tit., . ..except Sunday
'...il..l. ... If..'. ... ..
freight at!!!!.' 1:00 p'.ni'.',!".' " "
AlltllYT. AT CAlltO.
Mall at '2:15 a.m Dally
-.xprcssat. ....2:0.) p.m.,. ...except Sunday
roigiiiat u:i; a. in.,.., .except .Monday
'icIl-M at 7:10 li.m excent Sunriav
Freight nt 10:115 p.m...... " "
l.'s--J.17-tf. Jami:8 Joiinso.v. Agent.
I niK CAIKO AND VINUENNES
On nnd alter Sunday, rchruary
, rains will run as follows :
'aim, leave. .
MM a.m. .i:0r -.M.
Mniiiiil (Mtv. tome r,"i ' "
i Icnua, leave ti:i:i ' S:27 "
... j . I u.in I...-, it
mm i!wuri;, iratii ,. n;iif " iiii.i
NorrU City, lcao !l:i: " iwi.
Carnil, arrlc IC'irt " 'J::i."i "
"arml, Icavo I0;00 " am.
(iravvlllc. Iiavi- 10:1(1 " r:.V "
Mount Carnicl, Icavo. ...11:2a " ":ih "
lliccimcs Icavo l'JiTi I'.M. 11:20 "
(t..V M..liim.tliin, arrive. 12:;;.") "
'.l..t.M..lunclion, leave. 7:1ft a.m.
Mnecunc". Icavo 7:2." " 7:00 l'.M.
Jlount Carmcl, leave... . h:!J.I ti;i
(iravvlllc. lcac ;. 11:18 " 10:17
Carnil. arrlxu 10:00 " U:::o "
C.irml. Icavo 10:10 " ti:l."i a.m.
NoitN Cltv, Iciim I(:4 1 " 7:IH
llanMiuith. leave 11:CI " U:I0
Icnua, Icavo 1:17 l.'.M. I2:l.'i p.m.
iimiiiiif' iiviin "!! ; :i
) '.tlio, anivo :i:0l ' il:10 "
MQUNll OITV ACCOMMOl'ATIOW.
I.eavo Cairo at 11:110 a.m. and 5:1, 'i p.m
i.eavo Mound City atl2:35p.in.ar.dil:lop.ni
rrci'-ht traliiH slop over nlht at rarnil:
inn inini mere ui iiuxcii iraiii. leaving ai
1 nunc, evening for return trip.
1 ...Ill . 1111, llln .1111. ... ' .1. . .
A I Cairo with Iho .MU-Nil0il Central,
.MolillO imp Ohio, for all olnl- miiiI; Cairo,
Arkansas anil Tu.a, lor all point in Aiuau
i:i mill Tevaw.
At Vlnccnnct: IndlauapolUand VluconncH
railway !oriniiuuapouiam.aiipoini norm
..... .....I ..... .1.1. ......S..llln ......11-
J C.1L IHIil ItL'Bb, lirilll J. f nun, imu 1,11.4 iiat).
I lordnv lllo railway lorKvannvlllo.Tcrra Haute,
Danville, Chicago and all points north, cat
ami went; with Ohio ami iMUnisilppI rail
way for Ht. Louis, LouUvllle, Cincinnati and
-dl points cast and went.
At NorrlH City cio.iik tho Sptingllcld
ami iiunois ftouiueaicrn i an way.
, 1j. W. I'almkk, Oeu'l Hup't.
K. 1. Wii.som. Oon'l l'tttsoncor, At.
UA IHO, ARKANSAS AND TEXAS
AND UAUIU AND 1'UJj
I Tliu bhorlest and only direct routo from
j Cairo to .laukHonport, l.lttlo Hock, Hot
Springs, Fultou, nnd all points In Arkansas
lll.t .1... U.ll.l.l.,r.. a. i.l llnliimlnn lf.il. .......
111 IUU ,3W,iVlll. Vfll., Rllll i.u.vutuuu, IJUIiniUll,
DallAH, Auttln ami all points In Texas
TWKI.VK II01JH8 IN ADVANCK Ol-
ANY OT11KH HOUTK.
'I'lirouRhtlekctP, throiili bills of laillni;
and Information as to freight rates, pav
rieimcr I are, connections, etc., can bo ob
tallied at thu company's wlllco In Wlntcr'H
mi,i:k, vuiiiui ut autvmii riiuuii iiihi vuiif
1 Jlaclts win call at prlvalo resUleucos ami
iioieis lor passuugciif, wiien orueiauio iuu
Klegant l'llllman pabco sleeping cars on
all night trains.
Train? run dally, (Sundays excepted) from
the Cairo Olllco as follows :
I.nitvo (lrceiillu)d'H....0::).i a in and l:0,'ip.m
AralvoatOrecnllcld'8.,Oit7 n miind5:38p.m
KXI'llliHS HUMS DAILY
Leaves nroenlleld'n 2o0:p. in
Arrive at Urocnllold'H 1:10 p.m
1). Axtbi.i., Chlof Knglnoer.
FASHION ABLE BARBER
Klghth Street, between Washington and
T ILK BULLETIN.
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
First in the Field!
"We will show on Monday,
March -d, an elegant lino of
New Spring prints and .l'or-
ales, in Entirely NewefloctM,
ilso New Spring Dross Goods
I Shawls, to which we m-
ito attention. We will oiler
uring the next two weeks,
Special Inducements in Bleach
od and Brown Muslins.
Our terms from March J st
are CASH with Trices to
match. It will pay fash buy-
r.s to trade with us.
TltBitK was no builnos of importance In
polico court yesterday.
Kkmkmukh tliu lucturo nt llm high
school building to-morrow evening.
Ilo:t. John .M. J.a.nsukn iuotiiriM lit
thn high school building to-morrow evun-
W. II. Iliiow.N, of Pittsburg, tho groat
coal dealer, was nt tho .St. Onirics yuator
day. Who wants it'' 100 liHrrcls of limo
for $100, Woon JliiTKNiioi'HK iV llm).
.Sfl'KlitNTKNDKNT Hnyilor Of tllll Sllllttl-
itrn l'-xprocs company, was in thu city
Kit; t-t, ""'j' olht day boardom uan
bn nucouiinodatod at the St. Charles at tho
reduced price. 2-10-tf
Slu. .loll.v SiUKl.n-i, a prominent whole-
salo crocer of St. I.uuir, In in the city, thu
guost of Mr. .lowntt Wilcox.
Col.. J. 11 Hkkh, chief iin Incur of tho
Miiiiljclppl Central makes his hondiju&r-
tora nt tbc St. Charles in this city.
C'AfT. Iiivk Duoan Is at homo nam
Ho went to New Orloans to attend thu
carnival, and has Just got bauk.
Mn. Mamon Wniuur, suporinlendenl
of Mr. W. 1'. Halllilay's coal mines and
salt works at St. Johns Is in town.
Several pleasant rooms on tho upper
iloor at tho St. Charlos can bo had at very
low rales. ti-JU-tf
'I'll k now board of county commission
ers will commence their first tosslon lor
tlio transaction of county business to mor
Dli. Wili.iamk hns roceivud u tupply
of fresh "Laughing gns." Olllco on Com-
morcial avenuo over Klliott i: Hnytliorno.
O.M'T. .Ias, Mounts camo up from thu
lower country yoiturdny. Ddim, of the
St, Charles says hottlll curiloi tlibt "samu
llttlu old grip sack.''
Fuurr farms for salo at Villa Hidgo in
live to twenty acres lots, not with tlio
choicest of fruit. Inquirer nt Wilcox's
l'oii Sai.i: $'J,0C(l in city scrip. Kor
nilo in qiuntitlcs to suit tho purchaser
Apply to II. T. Ouuoiil.l).
Ilunonii, tho dry ;uoda murcbatit, is
now In Now York purchasing his stock
of goods for tho spring trade. Defer
your purchases until ho returns, 2 '.'! tl.
Dil. Smith, wu nro glad to say, Is Im
proving, nnd his early recovery Is no
longer n question of doubt. J I o is
gaining ctroiigth very rapidly.
Tim swell in tho Ohio riyor is about
over, tha rlso yosterday being only about
threo inches. Tho water catuo within
about olevon feet of tho top nf tho levou
AVunro informed that Mr. Win. Klugu
and l'etcr Saup uro about to lot thu con
tract for a brick business liouso to bo
built on tho corner of Sixth utrcot and
Mil. .1. HinuiKK It now in Now York
city solecting bin i-tock of spring goods.
1 1 o v. i 1 1 shortly upon ns lino an assort
ment of goods us was over brought to
T iik uk will bo Communion services,
bsptism and reception of rueinburs In tho
I'rosbytenart Church this morning it v
tho usuul hour of service. A praiso uieot
ing will bo hold in tliu ovoning.
Mn. IluiuiKii, thu onterprislng dry
goods merchant, is now In Now York for
tbo purposo of purchasing his sprint;
stock of goods. If you want good goods
nt low prices wait till tils stook arrives.
ViioMiNK.vr among the arrivals nt tbu
St. Charles yosterday woro II. llarnet.
Now York; M. J. O'ltrlai nnd (leorgo
II. Urnybaui, Chicago; John Hendricks
nnd Sam. Willis, Indianapolis; T. W.
"Wado, Jellorson Olty
ATTHKhead of tho local column in Tub
Buli.ktik this morning will bo found tho
advertisement of Messrs. Stuart & Ohol-
son, tho dry good merchants. They bavo
just received un elegant stock of ladles'
dress goods, to which they invito publio
Ok to-morrow ovetilng Hon. John M.
Lansdan wllldolivor thu second of tbo
course of free loctutos lately Inaugnratod
by tbo board of oducation, Tbo lecture
ns previously Miiieiiiiced will bo dollvored
In tho high school building, It Is lioped j
anil certainly oxpectod, that l.terniwlll bo
n largo audictico in atteniiaiico.
Toil Hunt. Tbo brick honso sltiinlod
corner Third street and Cotninorclnl nvo
mm. Thu liouio has been put in good re
pair throughout and Is well arranged for
n hotel or boarding bouo, also rooms to
ronton Third street. Inquire of Wm.
McIIale, No. ", Winter block.
Tub servlcesnt tbucburcb of tbo lto
deouior to-dny will bo conducted by tho
Hov. Olins. A. (lllbert, rector, nt 10
o'clock, a.m., and 7J o'clock, p.m. Thu
Ilr'y Comtniinlon will bo n Iminlstcred
at tbo morning sorvlcu. Thu Mibjiict of
tho sermon nt tho ovoning sorvlro will be
tbo "Kplstlo to tho Church in Smyrna.
Taiitncii Wantkk. A gentleman
without capital, but with several yearK
experience and thoroughly acquainted
with the buslm-v, is desirous of lormlng
a partnership In tbo Hide, l'ur and
Leather business In Coltu, with somo olio
who can furnish u capital of say f fl.OCO,
Aihlres', drawer '217. In 1-lH.tf
I'miKH tho head of now ndvortiaoinunts
In this issue of Tim IttU.l.Kl IN' will l.n
found tbo eMil of Dr. Douglas, duntlit,
whosu uillro Is on Klghth rteet over Stu
art A; (Ibolfou's dry goods store. Dr.
Douglas is well-known in this commun
ity as ono of tbo best dentists Cairo lias
over had. Head his card, and thou, If you
need work In bis line, give him n call.
MtLK Waoon. 1 will commence run
ning n milk wngiin on Monday morning
February 1 will continue it all sum
mer, and respectfully solicit your patron
age. Milk will bo delivered to any ono
in tho city, dally moiiilng and evening.
Orders may bo given to tho driver of thu
wagon or left at my ion stand, Kn 81 Ohio
loVOK. (fKOIHIi: V OCT M.
TimiKwiis another very largo cotigro
gation present at tho Methodlt church
lal night, and service were continued
till tun o'clock, and oven then there were
those prefent who seemed loth to break
up llm meeting. The lnloret in tho ruvl
val does not scorn to lessen, but o-i tbo con
trary, with each mooting locomes more
intense and fervent. Wo understand tho
revival will be continue I through the en
Tut: barber shop u mi tbo corner ol
Klghth street nnd Commercial avonuo
wbero .1. (leorgo Stienbouso with bis gen
tbuuniily assistants can bo found at any
hour of the day or night, rondv to sooliin
your feolings with a smooth hIiivvo, or cool
your temper nnd head with n good sham
poo. It Is n first-class shop, nnd you nro
sum of receiving first-class treatment.
Ladies' and children's hair cut or curled
niter tbo most approved styles. 8-lD-tf
Owino to thu inclemency ol tha weatb
or, tho literary entertainment to bavo
boon given by Mrs. O'llyrno at tbo Athe-
llolllil Inst Illi;lil, il I.I t.ut l.l.o ilu.. IJut
as Mrs. O'llyrno inteniU spending tho en
suing week in tlm city, she has consented
to give nn oiitorthiiiiniint on next Satur
day night, on which occasion thu pro
grauimii prepared fur Inst night will be
guno through with. Further notice of tho
entertainment will be given in duo time.
.Mrs. .M.' IiDI'.n, tbo lady who was so se
verely burned by thu Aurora oil explo
sion night before last, H still alive, and
soiuo hopes of hor recovery aro enlortain
ud. Dr. (lorilon, her nttendipu' physician,
beliovcs that if shu did not inbalo any of
t'jo lire thu will recover, but she was very
low last night, and tbu iloctor has been
unablii so far to detornilno whether sho
Inhaled any of thu llimo. II ur face, nrms
nnd body wero terribly burned.
OS Friday alternoon tlio incoming
train on thu Illinois Central railroad,
when n short dUtanco abovu Mounds j
Junction, ran over nnd instantly killed a
man. An inquest was yestorday bol l on
tbo roumins, but tho jury, of which Mr.
Walbrldgu ol Cairo was n member,
though u number of witnesses wero ox
nmlrio.l, woro unable to givo any Informa
tion as to who tho unfortunate man was,
or anything about him further than that
bu had a short limo ago comu from Ken
tucky. Tin: funeral of Josuph Felix, infant
son of Mr, and Mrs .Mallnski, will take
place to-day ut 'J o'clock by special train
from thu foot of Sixth street, Wo sym-pathl.-.o
with the stricken parents in their
Borrow, and hopo tbi.t tbo good will of
their friends will bo exprossod hy their
turning out to tho funeral. Mr. Malinskl
has been a resident of Cairo for twonty
yuars, and all who know him will boar
testimony to bis worth as u neighbor nnd
cltixon. Let there Lu it largo attendance
nt thu lomernl.
It. S. llllluilAM, M. D., llomiepathlbt
130, Commercial avenue, Cairo, Illinois
wlsbos to Inform tho public that bn has
purohasod an apparatus for generating
ozonized oxygen, nnd is now prepared to
ndiniiilater this agent, which is now being
very successfully used In dlsonsc of tha
respiratory organs, such as Asthma, Acuto
and Chronic llrouchltis, Ci nsuinptton in
tho first nnd second stages, also In Splnul
nllactlons, Ithcumatlsm, Malarial fevers
Cholora, ,:c. Many eminent physicians'
names could bo glvon that advocate the
uso af ozonl.ud air by Inhalation nt ono
ol tnu most elluctlvo curatlvo agents of
mo'iern imos, iuu z-o-im
Wr. bavo somothlng new In tho way of
naif-shoot posters, which wo think aro
just tlio thing for tho spring trndu. Thoy
consist of six dllferont designs, litho
graphed, with mortises nnd margins for
printing. Two of tbu cuts nro suitable
lor nny business ; tho othor four for boots
and shoes, photographers, druggists nnd
dry goods. Wo bavo but onu hundred of
each cut, and will furnish thorn printed nt
Cincinnati prices. Wo have also some
fancy cards. Tho "laiiguago of llowors,
ton doelgns; "lloquot," twolvo designs;
'Opera," four dosigns and ;"Comic" cards
twenty-four dosigns which wo furnish
printed nt $10 to $12 'per M, Cincinnati
prlcos. Who wants thorn? Don't all
speak nt once. 103.2-10.3t
and drparlurrs lor tlio 21 Iiohm einllnt; at II
li. in. hist evening:
.Steamer (I racy, Columbus
" .llm Flsk, l'aducah
" l.ady Leo, Red rlvor
" Andy IUiiiii, Memphis
" City of Chtstur, Memphis
" U V Koiintz, St Louis
" I'aragon, Now Orleans
' Hon Accord, St Louis
" II S Tumor, Now Orleans
" Alice Drown, I'lttshurg
" Hullo ShroToport, Hod river.
Steanur (Iracey, Columbus
" .Iim risk, 1'aducnh
" Hco mid barges, St Louis
" l.nly Lee, St Louis
" Andy llaum, Cincinnati
" City Choslor, St Louis
O V Koutitr, I'I'.tsburg
" I'arngmi, Cincinnati
" Ironsides, t'ltlsbiirg
" Hon Accord, Hales' t'oint
" II S Turner, Clnolniiatl
11 Alice 11 row n, Now Orleans
" Hello Sbrovoport, St Louis
HIVKHa IIUMNKS1 VVKVUIKII.
I'bo rlso In tbu Ohio rivor yosterday was
only about three Inohni. tl will probably
bo on a stand still this morning. There
is no change in the condition nf tho Mis.
slsslppl worthy of nolo. Voslordny whs
another dlsigreenbln day. It commenced
raining nt nn oarly hour In thu morning,
nnd continued without intermisaioii until
after dark, Tbo streets and levee nro In
a sloppy mid bad condition, llu.d
noss was dull, very few of
tho boat at tbu whaf receiving much
Tho Andy llaum has -120 lulls hides for
Kvanjvllle, in bales cotton lor Calinel
ton, and 000 bales cotton, a IH lulls lUli
plates for Cincinnati Tho l'ur-
ngou has 200 baton rags, ISO bids oil, Pu
bbls rnsllis, 181 bales cotton, ICO bids mo
lasses, mid '-!00 package! sundries for Cin
cinnati, and 175 bbls molnuin fur Pitts
burg Tins Lady Leu brought
01 bales cotton for the Knxt Tho
11. S. Turner hns I0H sx llerimnla gras
turf for Louisville, 07 bales rugs, '.10 bbls
molasses, IIS pkgs wliur, 1)0 bbls pecans,
fiftl) bbls rosin, SOU sx salt for Cincinnati,
i!5 bbls ricn for Portsmouth, nnd .10 bbls
sugar for Pittsburg Capt. Irvln Du-
gnn arrived In tbo city from Now Orleans
yesterday. lie Is Just back from .Mardi
(inn Thoro I very little driftwood
passing down thn Ohio Kckoiiburgor,
who wont to Now Orleans on tho .lames
Howard, on linr last trip down, hns re
turned Thu City of Chostor had a
modorato trip for St. Louis Tim
Flsk brings out tolerably fair trips
Howell. Susan (!
McCulloiigh, M i:
Hiicknor, Sarah 2
(Iraves, Hut tie
.My re?, Jojephinu
Pass, Mrs Morris O
Hctel, Laura K
Swopo, Mrs .1 A
Adams, Jas A Austin, S A: Co
Androws, O W Hairg, 1 W
Harlow, it (J Beadles, Frank
lluchaiiiiu, Hugh K Hruor, .lobn V
lluutrigbt, John Hiirlnn, K (!
Hoyles, .1 V HnrniH, W
Colo, O Crows, K W
Coleman, F Caswell, (! II
Cavondor, .1 W Calf, .1 D
Cornej, Tom 'J Drum, Frank
Duckworth, !' Dailv, .Iks
Dectur, J a Doekins, It U
Pogus, Henry (irlllin, Alvoradu
(Iroeii, Hlijah (ireor, Joliu W
(lould, Win llnll, K W
Unrrlsnn, l (I - 1 lodge, . I
Henry, Kobt James Hopper, .Stanford
Hess, Wm Hardin, Wadu
Inuian, A Johasen, Asol
Johnson, Cliaa L Johnson, Lewis I'1
lobn, (iurunrd Jones, W.I
Kelly, Klbort Kaono, W II
Kcmi, Martin Knok, .Inuies (.'
Koeno, (le Kelly Itev. Wm
Long, W II .Mnriihy, ICngino
flyers, i'.umonu .Melton, .lames,
McClanahaii, Wm Novvoll. T W
O'Hara, Julius O'Laiighlin, Then
rarkor, (loo W l'ursons, Henry
(jiilnn, .loon Itussell, A .1
Uhiltan, 1) A Itondell, ICddlo
Itico. .1 Kentsoli. .losuiih I.
Roberts, Johnny Kogurs. John U
Scott, II J Smith, Ably
Btnok, Charlos Slotlar, O O
SlrbiLTillz, Krnest 11 Steele, Ounrgo
Sultz, J H Shaw, Joslah
bandford, .Ma Shnnnon, I'll
Smith, Robert (J Keott W It
Thompson, Frank Vnlkors, Frank
WoMol, UliorJcs Wood, uoorgo j
Walt. A K Willis, Joseph V.
Widkor, John W Young, J J
Oko. AV. McKkaio, P. M.
Hy iirticular roqiiuit of n number of
young inon, Mr. Hardy has consented to
teach ono more term, commencing on
Tuesday ovoning, March 3d, nt o'cloci,
which will postlvely bu tbu last this sou-
son, itiosu wishing to Join, will boon
band nt Keisor's hullding,cornur of Klghth
street nnd Commercial avenue.
I wilt soil my onllru stock of tbo beat
of Hoof, Pork, Voal, Mutton, Poultry,
Huttor, Kggs, Lnrd, Irish Potatoes, Swoot
Potatoes, Apples, Flour, Meal, Spiced
Hoof, nnd tbo best of Cornod Huof. The
silo will comiiionco nt 0 o'clock in tho
morning and coutlnuu until nino nt night
each day for nine mouths, Sundnyn ex
cepted, 1 bavo also 180 acres of tho bust
of cotton land to soil or exchnngo for Cairo
property. I also want several good agents
Lto sell fruit trooi. All of tbo nbovn will
bo oxpiiiinod by calling on H. Patterion,
corner of Ninth and Walnut streets, as
thero Is tho placo tbo salo of tbo moat and
vegetables will bo inado. 1)2 1-31-lm.
Caiho, Ills., Jan. 30, 1H7I.
For a good squaro tnoal go to Harry
Wlkor' restaurant, Commercial avenue
between Seventh and Klghth street, lm
Second-class clothing, watches, Jewelry,
pistols, tVc, bought and sold, Upposlto
Cairo mid Vlnconnos railroad depot.
INH-2.27.tr M. Co Y N K
1'itN pounds of brown sugar for 1; 8
pounds best cell'eo sugar at$l; II pounds
of choice butter at $1; It) cents for lard;
Imperial ten at tl; potatoes .10 rents per
poid.; apples -III cents, nt Wilcox's Work.
Two Hatterlus of two Hollers, each VI
feet long, '2 Inch Drain, 'J 14 Inch Flues
with lire fronts. Mud and Steam drums
Safety and Mud valves, Chimney mid
llrltchln, all complete and in llrst-class
ordorf; been used only throu inonllis. For
price, ole., Inquire ol J. T. IUnnic,
-3:t-tf Vulcan Iron Wotks,
I1KA1. IISVATU FOH SALF.!
Lot No. 2 In block 17, first addition,
with n tvvo-slory fraiiiu Iioumi fronting on
Cominerclal avenue, and three lots :!S
!10 and -10 1, hi m o block, (routing on Snv.
enteonth street, are ullured for sale at n
bargain, Apply on tbu preml'es, corner
Seventeenth and Commercial uvenue.
im-2.VO 1 tit
Til K 81'. (MIAIILK.S UOTF.L
Tho underslgniil haviiit tmnin.-l the
management of tho above hotel, trust by
strict attention to business, to thu wants
and comforts of their guoids, to merit the
renewed favor ol their old patrons and the
traveling public In general.
Tim Saint Charles will at oncu undergo
a thorough renovation, mid bo much im
proved In nit its appointments.
(lood snmplo rooms and special rates for
All baggago for guests conveyed to mid
from thu hotel free ofchnrgo.
jKwttrr Wll.oox iV Co., Proprietors.
SPKOIAL LOCAL MOT 10 KM.
Ovkiiuoat worth Slit for jH at Hart
man .v Co's. H7-I-!M tf
At.l. kinds of lino Inces and fringes at
one half thu usual prlco at llartmaii .V
CoV t7-1 Mltr
Tiik Kuropemi hotel, llnr.'y Walker
proprietor, is n,ion at nil hours of the
A 1.1. brands of sheeting mid shirting at
tho lowest prlco at Hartman it CoV,
l'ou oah and steam fitting go to Ken
nie's Vulcan iron works, Comuieicial
I aretiue, loot of Ninth street O-tO-lf
,1 I hT received mid iipnmd, thu largest
and finest assortment, latest style and pat
terns of thn hot brands of call oh at llart
maii iV Co's., corner Sixtli street.
Am. kinds of gamo constantly on band
nt Harry Walker's, Commuiolal avenue
botweon Seventh uiid Klghth hlniets.
Tiik best quality of Alexandria kid
gloves at llnrtmati it Co's. for suvonty
llvo cents, worth $1 M. H7-l-:i() tt
A , , I.I..I. .( .1.11,1. ...,1 ll.nll, ('...
nishiiig goods nt one half tbu tiliial prtcn
nt Harttiinn A' Co's., corner of Sixth street.
Turner, ulogant family rooms, fronting
on tho Olilo, nt tliu St. Charles hotel, call
now bu obtained with boaid at reasonable
rates. HIM!. 1 5 If
A ru l.l. nssiirtmuiit of J. P. (.'oats' and
Clark it Co's. cotton, lit llvo runts per
siool at Hartniaii it Co's., corner Sixth
A Pia.no i hxoiiANiir. roit vacant
i.o I it in oaiuo. Any person having it
vacant lot or lots that thoy would ex-
clinugo for n llrst-chi piano, ran bu suited
by addrestdng Miss Mary Dixon, agent
Carboliilale, Illinois. HO 1. 20-01
MoTliiic Is neroby given that 1 will pay
no bills for goods sold to any of tho em
ployes of Til to Caiko Uui.I.ktin, either
or themselves or for thn use of tho olllco
tinleao tho samu urn fiirniebod on nn order
Igned by Mr. Iliirnett or myself.
12-20-ly John If. On mil, V,
AiTKKTioH Fiii'iKiia. Wo bavo n
small lot of tbu I'rio niovt-able point
nteol plows, which wo nro now oll'urlng nt
cost to closo them out.
liKRiiWAiir, Oinu Ai Co,
1m Lid Commercial avenuo.
fj EI I L Kit. S,
Hoot and shoe maker, Twcn hsticot, bo-
tween Wnthlngton avonuo and l'oplar
street, is prepared to make boots aim shoes
In thu latest and most fashionable styles.
Ha will inako them to order, old or new
tyles to suit customers, out of thu bit and
(relict stock, of which ho always bim'n
guild supply on hand from which to make
loloutlon. All titling of boots uiid shoes
made by Mr, Khlers Is dona In bis own shop
no foreign fitting being used by him.
aivo htm a call, and he will give you satis.
lioss has on baud, and for salo a large
quantity of oak and hickory wood, cut and
split, and lenily for tho stove. Also at
kinds of real which wilt bo delivered In any
part of thu city on abort notice, I.eavo or
ders at coal yard, on Commercial avenue,
opposite Kluvelith street, lice. O-'lm
OBISTAvJLKSTO MA KM AG K
Happy relict ur young men Iroin the cl
li'i'tsot errors unit abuses In eailv life. Man-
iioovl restored. Impediments to iiiiirriagu
removed. New method of treatment. Mew
slid remarkable remedies. Hooks and clr
Hilars sent free, In sealed envelopes. Ad
iliess, Howard Association, Mo. 'i South
Ninth street, Philadelphia, Fu.-aii Institu
tion having a IiIkO reputation for honorable
nnililct and iriiMliiiniNl(l, !).-H ilArwIlin
F. M. .STOUKFJjKTII,
Itectlller mid Wbolosalo Doalor In
ioui:iM anii no.tit.H in
MQUORS AND WINES
VP. 62 OHIO LKVXK,
PHIL. H. SAUP,
iiil MHtiiirhulttrvr ol'
102 Commercial Ave.
tJ(jrOr(lers from Abroad Promptly Attended to.
Nl'iW A DVKRT1SEMENTS
I.MI'ltOVI MK.N IS IN
lilt. (I. P liiil'ill. M, bcleg deli'i'iiilned In
I'M'cll In rvrl'V Dental iipclallnli, liare
lllcd and ict'liinl-licil his Denial I'm linn. No.
7, Hlghlh sltcrt. and Is now rrcetv Ing fiom
S, S, While A. ilolin-oli. nf 1'hlladelpbbi,
ellll-Mcelill, the laiiiel mill lllK'l il-oll-incut
nf llc'nliil OimiiU CM C iillcli'd In Ibis
city, and a good n ran bo found In the
BEAUTIFUL GOLD FILLINGS
Made t specially, not all) i f the mil, inbein.
ble, siiiuiv vviiili that diops nut, leailnn
Icctli cut, lllcd, iIImoIoiIiik, and ollcti tie-
I'd fill llnlibii llclii" put III as inlbl ami
durable a Hie Mliclleil metal Itscll.
special tt 1 1 int Inn ulvrii to Hie Irealliiciit of
Cliilitien's Teelb. Clients by having Ihelr
I'IiIIicii'k Teeth rxiimlncil iMTiiloiially,
would save ibciii much Mill'cilug ami ili
foimllv In lift cr veals,
Dr. 1 Iiiiik1.ii iil.uglvo l'ailli iilar attention
to Mcclianlcal llcnlUtrv, ba lugsecilit'd the
I luht In iiii Dlt. II Y.T1"N I'ATKNT HOLD
AND ItlJIIIint roMIII NATION I'LATi:,
which bu been tboionclilj toted and ai
locilli the bct Dentists In the l'at, anil
bejoiiit ll ilolll.t. Hie bet unit III met littlll
rial plate now In ue,
Teeth t'Vliaclcd without pain liythell.e
of NltliMlsOvlile l!a, which I pclleclll Mile
vvheir Jiiillrliiiily mliiiliiMriril,
(I. V.. DuiM1I.au.
I titlio ploiiHiin; in oidling
thu attention of tliu pulil'ic. to
my li'sb mnl full stock of
now and olugant I'dirnitnrc, nt
in v Furniture find Miilritss
Fjiotory, corner Suvciitccntli
Street find Washington Ave
nue. IWy sloelc oinbnteos
liutlsteatls, Wadrobea, Hn
rcitiis, SidobourdH, Witsli
sliinds, Tablus, ('hairs, ling-
gies, iMatrasKus jintl,iii a word,
till thai is useful or orna
mental in my line.
This being thu only mini it
factory of Kitriiiture- in this
city, I propone ollering better
','oods fit lower prices, find
htivu mado a largo reduction
in the prices of all my goods.
Call and oxamino my duclc
and sec uro an outfit, of choicu
Furniture. To tho wholesale
trade 1 oiler special induce
ments. Note the place
Corner Seventeenth Strcot and
Washington Avenue, Cairo, Ills.
Wliolosiilo nnd Itnluil Dealer in Fur-
nituro unit JiliitruKSes.
IH'AI.I.'ltH. s.ivc oiirronuiilloH", by sell
liiffjioir Scrap Zliie, in any quantity, dln il
In the cimiuiiiiT.
M'lll'I.I.Wi;OII IIION '(..
IH lt 1'eail Slrcrt, Clucllui.itl,
FJNE MILLINERY GOODS
I--HKNII VAI.I. MTYI.KN.
M It H . M . JAOKBON,
(Formerly Mm. Hwandtirs,)
aunniiiicvM that she has Just opened a larjjo
SHsortinent ot tno
Mllllnory Oobds tope to md in the market
shu will keep on baud
Hats, Honnkth, Klowkiib, Kiuhomb,
DuuaaTiiiMMiNoa ok All. Kinds,
Ladiks Fohnihiiihq Ooodb, Notions,
And all goods found in millinery stores, all
ot which will bo disposed ol at the lowest
cash rricas. Mrs. Jaelceon respectfully
asks it coutlnuatlou ot tlio paUouatfe which
has been so libel idly bestsowed upon her by
tho Udies of Cairo audtho vicinity.
it ti il Huinil
WILLIAM J. AIaLKN.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Oltlooovar Klrst national bsnk.
SAMUEL P. WIIKKLKR,
ATTORNEY COUNSELOR AT LAW
omen over Klrst National bank. MM
lolm tl. Mulkey. Wlllasn C. Mulkey
MULKKY A 80N,
ATTOHNEYS AT LAW
Olllco! Klvhth Ut, bttwsa Cotatner
olal nnd Washlnuton aveuuei,
U0UNHL0K1J AT LAW,
Willlua II.UrMi, I
William n. (Illhrl, V 01 HO, UJ.lMOIi.
Mile. r.UUW.rl, j
svHiKMial tlUitioa ntfin la Attaltellr oM
smim iiiioLBvaa,moOMi t uitttoTM
"ITTBATinHAt. n lists
li. F. PARKER,
(Hiirrrssor to I'arker A'.UIake,)
TAINTS AND OILS
litl lb oUbrM4 lllamUalta
hhdhh'uuildiko oo lln-tr. aoif
tHiuii . ILUXHI
Tl I li SOUTHERN HOl'EL.
MHS. T. N. (IAKKNKY
Takes ploasure in announcing to the pub
lio that she bus taken possession of this,
popular nnd convenient hotel on tbe Ohld
l.nven, nnd that alio has KKPUBKIlMaM)
and lExttovATicii it In many respect, and
Is now prepared to accommodate tbe pub
lio with good faro, good rooms, good beds,
mid everything necessary to, and usaelly
found In a first-class establishment.
Thankful lor past patronage, she hopes to
merit its continuance
OnV Day boarders received at reasona
ble rates. 6'2-l-'i0-lm
Oaiuo Rox and Basket Co.
LUAUtER OF ALL KINDS
iiamu and urr.
Keop constantly on hand
I'l.UUlllNII AND HIDINU, Af.HO LATH.
MILL AND IAIUI UOBNXII TUIKTT-VOOKTa
bTHKXT AND OHIO I.BVSB.
Jo tin (j. juruun. Cas. Tnruvp
JOHN Q. UAHMAN k CO.,
N OTA UIIS Y XJHL
Ami I. sin! Aent nf the IIIIboIs Cent
and llurllutou ami MIssourlRallroad com
.srils Our. l Btat at, avssst !
E. .MAXWELL CO.,
-Manufacturers and Dealers In
MACHINE & BURNIG OILS
Also Agents for the
No. 110, North Maine Btreet,
HU Loals, Mo.
O.W. DUNNING. M.
K81DI!NCB-corBW IbMi t,i
j tracts, omceoruer fvnS
Ohio levee. Oflioe hourr-froaif
pi m., and 0 p.m