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TJIK CAIKOJ)A1IjY JIULIjUTIN, WIIDKHSDAY, A1A1KMI l, JH'M.
LOCAL WEATHBU UKPOHT.
UKBKHVKIl'H OKKICK, CAIKO, llll.j 1
.March :!, 10:11 p.oi., IS7I. I
Tliefnionioter, IK) decrees.
Wind W. Velocity Ii mllc ier liour.
Weather, clouily. '
Maiimum temperature lor list 1M hours,
Minimum temperature lor the last l boitr.s,
rrcvnlllni! wind for last ii hours, H. W.
Total number of mllfit trne1d by wlml
during l-st'-M hours, -117.
Observer SiniinfcScrvIco, U. H. A.
U.I,1N0I3 OKNTKAIi l'.AIIiUOAl).
TIIAI.NS LKAVI! CAIIIO.
Mull at .iSO ii.m D.illy.
Kxprcssat :i:ot) p.m., "
I'rolglitnt 1:00 a.m., . .,ecept tjtlhday
Krclghl nt 1U.V. n.lii. " "
Freight at 4:00 p.m.,... ' "
AUKIVK AT CAIIIO.
Mall at J:ir n.m., Dally
Kxprcs. nt, .....:0ri p.tn c.ccpt Sunday
Krtlcht at Uilti ii.iu.,. ...except .Monday
Freight at 7:10 p.m., except Sunday
Krvlglitnt 10:03 p.m " "
1M -.17-tf. .lAMI'.H .llUINSOX, AgPllt.
Tlfk (JA1IU) AND VINOJiNNKS
(.'IIANUK f I I Jl I"..
On and niter .Sunday, IVIiruary
tralni will run as follow :
Mound City, leave
Norrls City, lc:io
: t r.i I lie. Icato
Jloiint Cnrmel, leaM'...,
0. .V.M.. function, leave.. 7:l.'i a.m.
Vlnceuncs, lcai' ":-. " 7:00 I'.M.
Mount funnel, leave... t:!:l " 0:iio "
tlraylllc, lone 1UIH " 10:17 "
Cariul, arrlvii Iomhi ii::io
Cannl, lenn 10:10 " 0:l."i a.m.
Norrls City, leave ln:4l " 7:IS
llanNliuiKli, leae 11:1.1 " 0:1(1 "
Vienna, leave, 1:17 I'.M. l-:l.'i p.m.
.Mound City, lento slJ ' :i;IO "
v'.ilro, urmc :i:(i:l " ;i:io
mound crrr accommovatiok.
Leave Cairo at 11:30 a.m. and r:l." p.m
1. cavo Mound City atr.:.'irp.iii.tindi:lnp.ni.
I'lvltiht trains elop nwi-night :d Caruil;
run frnm there at inked train, leaxluv al
t::i."i n.m.; loatlnj; Vliiceuncs at 7 p.m.' the
...one owning for return trip.
At Cairo with the MM-lppl Ceulral,
Jlobllo imp Ohio, for all points miiic, Cairo,
Arkansas and Texas, lor all point In Ai Kan
has and Texan.
At Vlnccnucs: liidlanapollsnnd VlncennoH
railway lorlndlannpollH and all points, norlli,
art and west; with KvimsUllo and Craw
(ordslllo railway for KvansvIllo.Torrallaule,
DaiiTllle, Chicago and all points north, oast
ami went; with Ohio and MI.Mhlppl rail
way lor St. Loult, l.oulsvlllo, Cincinnati and
all points east and went.
At Norria City cros.ln;,' the Sprlnglleld
and Illl'iols .Southeastern railway.
It. W. Palmrh, (lon'l Hup't.
K. 1. Wilson, Oon'l l'atsongor, ArI.
CA IltO, ARKANSAS AND TJ3XAS
AND OAlllO AND FUL
The shortest and only direct routo Irom
Cairo to .laokbonport, l.lttlo Itoclc, Hot
SprliiKS, Fulton, and all points In Arkansait
and tuo .Southwest, and (ialvcston, Houston,
Dallas, AUbtin and all pointH In Texas
TWKLVK HOUlta IN ADVANCK OK
AN V OTUEUUOUTK.
TliroiiKhtlekctf, through MIM of lading,
ami Information an to freight r.tto.t, pas
acuger fare, connections, etc., cau bo ob
tained at tho company's olllco In Winter's
block, corner of Seventh street and Com
Hacks will call at prlvato rculdcnccs and
hotola for pafcscngeM, when orders aro left
Klcgant 1'uUtnan palaco sleeping cars on
all night trains.
Trains run dally, (Sundays oxecptcdjfrom
tho Cairo Olllco us follows :
l,eavo(rcenllcld's.,..',l:;)3 u m and 1 :0." p.m.
Aralvo ntOrconllcld's..t):17 u m and:i:3S p.m.
KXl'ltKS.S HUNS DAILY
Loaves (Irccntield's 'J00:p. in,
Arrive at tlrccnlluld'n 1:10 p.m.
11. AXTKM., Chlof Knglnecr.
WIliLIAM J. ALJiKN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Olllco over Flmt National lmnk. li-Ui-3m
8AMUEL P. WIIKKLKU,
ATTOItNKY & COUNSELOR AT LAW
Ollle.n ovkf Klrst Natloual bank. H-IIUm
John It. Mulkoy. Wlllam O. MuUivy
MUJiKJCY & SON,
ATTOltNEYS AT LAW
Olllee: Kluhth utreot, between Commor
ulal and Washington avenues,
OOUNBEIiOlW AT LAW,
i ll.Ornen, "I
ill. (lllbtrl, y
MTUpooiat attoction Klton lo AdmltaUr and
lIO ortlOLSVHH.UOOMB 7 AVD 8 OVIB
OTTVlf ATjnW AI. 1UHU
Ohio Lekve Mlt Oa i no, Illixo:
Til 15 BULLETIN.
CAIKO LOCAL KFAVS.
1871 HlMlLNd 187-1
First in tlio Fiold!
Wro will show on Monday,
March L'd, an dopant lino of
ATow Spring prints and l'cr
calos, in Entirely Jsow oll'ocls,
also Now Spring Dross Goods
and Shawls, lo which wo in
vito attention. Wo will oil or
during the next two weeks,
Special Inducements iuJJleach
cd and.lrown Muslins.
Our terms from March Jst
arc CASH with Prices to
match. It will pay Cash buy
ers to I ratio with us.
Kivk and only llvu moro day bonrdors
can bo taken at tho .St. (.'Imrk. TIiIk Is
tho last opportunity nt tho reduced ratos
OUK ltOUXI-AltOUT rocicr.T,
Tin: r.r.vi val.
Thoro win an immonto congregation at
tho mouttn-; at tho .Methodist Church lat
night, and moro than tho usual interest
MV A Ml' Ell.
Tho African Methodist Church U
surrounded by water "utanda in tho cen
ter of a grand laVo" and yet this ftato
nfiiU'iilri doon not From lo dampen tho
rollglous ardor of our colorod flrlond In
tho least. They jiray at loud anil ting at
happily in if thoro m not a droji or
water within n thousand mile of their
As tho titno iipproaeho for Madnmo
lordaunt'i nntl-tempcrnnco lecture the in
torest in tho Hubjcct Increase, nnd it
would cot bo surprising if tho lecturo to
moriow night fliould bo ptlr up tlio loin
pornnco ipioilion ai to induco tho praying
women of Cairo to buclilo on tho armor
and cntor tho Hold with determination
to do poinotlilng dorpornto or dio In tho
attempt. At leait fiicli a thing is poaeilite,
and eo far na wo aro concorned wo havo
no objection to fights being made, nil wo
ask is, a fair light, no favors, and may tl.a
right bldo win.
A IIAIllI caki:.
Somo two or three wnol;s ago wo
moutioiiod tho fact tbatnlitllo hoy named
Forrest llcrriu had had his arm broken
by being thrown from n inula in tho Il
linois Central stock yards. Dr. Hutu wan
callod to set tho broken bones, and did
so; but after a fow days it wab found tho
work had boon dono in su:h n bungling
manner that tho child's nrm was growing
in a porfoct bow, and with each day it
grow worse. On Monday IJrs. (lorden
and WnrJnor wcro called lo sco tho little
follow, and found it necessary in order to
Btralghton tho arm to ro-broak it,
which was dono. Tho operation was n
sovoro ono and must havo en used tho
child much pain. AVo understand tho
raothor of tho hoy intends bringing suit
against Dr. Hull, for malpractice
Tho 'Sun' of last ovoning published tlio
following request, which wo talto pleasure
In transferring to tho columns of I'll K
Hulli'.tin. Vo hopo tho ladles to whom
it is addrsEsod will at an early day com
ply with tho request:
To Messrs. II. II. Oandce, Y. 11. .Morris,
M. V. Ollbert.nnd all other participants
in tho lato ontertainnmnt ut Sir. Ohas.
Tho undorsiirned havinir witnessed with
ydcasuro tho lato rendition of "Olndorella"
loy tho ladles and gontlomon of Cairo, giv
en lor tlio purpose ol raising lunils lor tho
purchnso of an organ for tho KpUcopal
Church of Cairo, and bolloving that others
who wcro, in consequence of tho Inclem
ency of tho weathor, doprlvod of that
ploasuto, aro dcslrotiB, as well as oursolvos,
of witnessing n repetition of thu play,
would most respectfully ask of you an
other porformaneo of " Cinderella" at
your uarlicHt convonlonce, and in Borne
suitablo plnco wlioro tho characters can bo
fully represented and moro room given
tlio porformors would suggest tho Atlio
noum as a propor place.
An oarly reply is rcspoctfully rcquestod.
Clmrlos Oallghor, S Btaats Tavlor,
Thos W llHliiday, Oeo W MoKoalg,
Wood Jlittonhouso, "W II (lilbort,
Alex II Irvin, H 'Waltors,
W Hyslop, das Fleming,
W V Halliday, 11 h Ilalllday,
Ul'ltobbins, AV It Smith,
0 W Dunning, 0 Pink.
It has boon n long time since tho Alho
noum was bo crowdod aB It was yostorday
afternoon at tho mattnao glvon by tho
Tom Thumb troupo. Kvory Boat In tho
houso was occupied, and standing yiom
was ut n promliim. It was a groat curios
ity to tho throo hundrod chlldron prcsont
to soo tho littlo pcoplo, and thoy highly en
joyed tho performance. It was not only a
curiosity to tho littlo ones, for thoro woro
many grown persons in tho houso who
novor boforo booh tho troupo, nnd thoy
woro almost ns muoh grallllod with tho en
tertainment as was tho chlldron. How
ovor, there was ono featuro of tho way in
which things wero conducted ut tho Atho
noum that waB anything but pleasant for
a largo portion of thoso who ntlonded,and
which croato & a great deal of unnecessary
confusion, During Monday and yester
day, ft good many poopto desired to socuro
reoorvod seat), but woro Informed that
tboro was to bo no resorved toats. "With
this understanding they wont to tho Athe
neum and purchased tholr tickets; but
whoa once inside the houso, it was found
(bat the parquet was guarded, and in or
der to gain admission (o It, an additional
fen ot ten cotiU wai charged.
I'M Action on tho part of tho manage
ment creatod much dUtatlsfactlitn, not to
much on account of tho extra chargo as
for tho dnlny and CollfUKloli It calKcd,
Hut, barring tho qi'tllon of touts, every
thing went oil pletfMttitty, and all wurude
lighted with tlio entertainment.
On tinturday evening noxt,lhii Mc'OIn
nis (luin Comeily Company will gho n
porformanca at tin) Athenoiiiii, .Mr.
McUinnli, bolter known as "Mae," U ono
of tho best performer of thu present day,
and ho-wlll I o supported by an uxciOtont
company of artist. Tho company will
glvu but ono pirfornmnco In this city,
H.'iorvod scats call bo secured al Hart
man's. MONDAY NMIIIIT AT THIS II Hill Hl'IIOOl..
Tho exorelfcs of tho ovoning woro
opiii.od with a recitation by Krauk Mel
calf, entitled "Tho Maniac,1' which was
well rendered for n boy of his ago, Thin
vim followed with music by tlio Gorman
singing club. Wa did not learn tho
name of tho piece, and prosiimo wo should
havo been equally as ignorant had tho
ploco been plared in our hands, being
Gorman throughout. To say that it win
good, expresses but feebly the musical
execution of tho ple.'e. After which Mr.
Speaker (Fisher) announced that ho did
not know as ho was In favor of tho Dar
winian theory, but ho wn n (lnu believer
in tho theory of development, nnd ho bad
no doubt that tho man who lectured two
weeks agj was n larger man in tho esti
mation of tho public than before that lec
ture, and that tho gentleman who was
now about to oddross tho nHdlonce, would
bo equally dovoloped, Upon which ho
announod Mr. John M. I.ansden, who
staled that tho subject ho had chosen for
thu evenings ccluri'va "Tho Supposed
Degonoracy of tho Ago." To attempt to
dlseribo tho lecture, or oven givo asynop
sIk, would bo Impossible, ns it was handled
bo ably by tho epoakor, all eo good, thai
to tako a part and loavo tlio athor, would
bo simply a garble of Iho thoughts and
sentiments of tho lecturer, W will add
that those who woro absent missed a rare
literary treat. Tho lcctiiro wm followed
by another picco of music by tho club,
superior in nxeciitlou to tho first, which
was tneored until they returned and gavo
still another. Wo vole tho German
singing club a nieces. Tho houso was
filled to overflowing, and by tho literati of
tho ally, wo think it would bo n dllllcult
task to oolcct n class of citizens who
would better appreciato such lnctii.ro.
Wo hopo wo may bo nblo to attend irmny
moro such lecturnt in Cairn.
Wo regret to learn that Mrs. .1. (1.
Lynch Is seriously ill.
Tho Tom Thumb party whllo In
Cairo put up at tho St. Clmrlos hotel,
It is raid that Mr. Hugh Craig, of Pu
laski county, is about to bucomo a cltl.on
of Cairo in tlio capacity of landlord nt tlio
Court Houso hotel.
Dr. W. U. Smith was on tho streets
yesterday for the 11 rat llmo sincu bis lato
serious illness, lie looks in though ho
had had a hard row to hoe, but Is Improv
J. T. Manmird, Humboldt; 1). C. Iloobo,
Jl. K. Kyan, T. McCloan and Frank M,
'mcU, St. Louts; .lohn ltadcilll', Chicago;
C, W. Voting, Memphis; 1. H. Carter,
Mlddlotown, Connoetlnut; .1. Wintor
Bham, Michigan, City, and II. A. Kin
c.tnnan, Mississippi, woro among tho
prominent arrivals a: tho St. Charles jos
Strango na it may appear to many, it
undoubtedly Is true that tho notorious
Jack Winter has beon caught in tlio rovl
vnl movomont now agitating Cairo, and
has joined tbn Methodist church. Mound
If Jack Wintor has bocamo a morubor
of tho Mothodist church, tlio lacUs beon
kopt a profound secret. Even thA pastor
of tho M. E, church is not aware of it,
Tho forry-boal, Tbrco Stales, still
makes its landing at Fort Joll'orson.
Oreonllold's ferry-boat was nt tho
wharf yesterday undergoing repairs.
Tho board of county commissioners
wero in tossion again yostorday. How
over, thoro was nothing of special jmpor
Unco camo bofors thu board fur consid
eration, The high wator in tho Mississippi
river is cutting away much valuablo land
in ftont of Mr. Ilird's rosidonee. Not
pjss than an aero of ground has
caved into tho river within tho past two
Tho Cairo and Vlnconncs railroad
track between Thirty-third and Thirty
fourth atrcots was last ovoning cnmplotoly
covorod with wator. Tho incoming pas
senger train last ovoning did not coma be
low Thlrty-ronrth ttroot.
Tho Ohio rlvor does not recodo vory
rapidly, tho fall yostorday being only
about ono inch. It is roportod that tho
Cumberland and Tonnossoo rivers aro
both rising vory fast, and If this bo truo
wo may expect to soo eomo vory high
water in tho Ohio.
In anothor rolumn in this morning's
liULLKTiN will bo found .Mr. I.ohr's ad
vortisomont of hit colobratod Glgor Alo.
Tim manufacture of this alo is somothing
now in this city; but that lr. Lohr
will build up a good and piolltabiu trfido
is boyond question. Soo bis cariJv
Tickota ot Admission to All Parts of
SO Oontrt CO.
Doora Open nt 7 o'clock.
MotBrs. It. Smyth oc Co., tako this
inolhod of informing tho publlo that, do-
siring to oloso out tho grccory branch of
their business, thoy will dispose of their
stock of fancy grocorlcs, consisting of
canned goods, tauscs, pickles, etc., at
groatly reduced pricos, Porions desiring
goods of this kind will consult tholr own
interest) by calling on them at thoir storo,
No. 01 Ohio loveo. a 3-tf
Not lots than olglit hundred person,
visited the Athonoum Inst night to boo
Gen. Turn Thumb and parly. Tho num.
ber of tlckot sold nt Iho nttico was snrn
hundred nnd t.rl;.i,,; Add Ihl to tho
number of doadheaiN, of whom thoro
certainly wa nqt lest than 11 fly, Mid wo
havo n total of over eight hundred. This
Is undoubtedly tho largt number of
pcoplo that over assembled In tho Atbu.
neiim at ono time.
Wm. Khlor wishes to Inform Iho pub
lie Unit hu Iim ittt roivlvtvl a largo stock
of Imported Frneli calf nnd Morocco
Leather from Adolph Nickel, of Cincin
nati, direct importers, nnd he can there
fore warrnnt nil his work to bo of nut only
Urn be.it inamifacturo, but of tho very
best material. Any one who do.lre lino
Hoots, Shoes or (latter will find It to
their interest to call on Mr. Killers at hi
simp, 'JOth street, nnd oxamlno hi stock
nnd styles boforo ordering elsewhere.
Port I, un
and departure tor the 'J I hour ending aU
l. in, l.it eM'nlni':
Sloamor Graoy, Columbus
" Flk, I'adueah
" Arlington, Cinclunati
" J no .Meant, St l.oul
11 (tlia lliMlmsn, Cincinnati
" Mary Miller, Now Orleans
" ldlowlld, Kvntisvlllo
11 Kohl Mitchell, Cincinnati.
Stoiimnr Graey, CVIiiinbui1
" Flsk, faducah
" ldlowlld, Kvansvillo
" Arlliiglnti, Momphls
" J no Moans, St Louis
" .loo Klnny, St Louis
" Mary .Miller, Cincinnati
" (.'lias Hodman, Now Orleans
" Ilobt Mitcholl, Now Orleans.
T1IK in v Kits.
Tho Ohio tlver Is declining, though
slowly. Tho fall yesterday was about ono
inch. It Ih reported that tho Tennessee
and Cumberland rivers aro again rising
rapidly, which, if true, will soon have tho
Ohio cotiilngup instead of going down, Tim
Mississippi I reported declining at St.
Louis, with n good stage of water out to
this port. Iliisiues wa a littlo morn nc
tlvo yesterday. tThn weather was pleasant
during tho day, but after dark n strong
south wind commenced blowing, and at
intervals rain (oil,
Tho Joo Kinney ha 11 bales cotton,
'JO'J bales hides, IH beer kegs, " car oak
lumber, and a lot of miscellaneous freight
for St. Louis Tho Arlington tiad n
fair trip fur Memphis Tlio John
-Moans had u tow of iron ore for 1 ronton,
Ohio Tho Charles Hodman ha one
hundrod cabin passenger, and will ndd
about DUO tons freight (or Now Orleans,
Tlio Mary Miller passed up yester
day, but did net laud hero Tho
Robert Mitchell had a good trip of freight,
but very fow peopbi Tho Idlowild
brought out a pretty fair trip,
Wk. havo something now in Iho way of
half-sheet pnstors, which wo think urii
just tho thing for tho f prl.ig trade. Tlmy
consist of six dlllerent design, litho
graphed, with mortise anil margins for
printing. Two of tho cutis aro utitablo
lor any luisinosH ; the other four for boots
nnd shoes, photographers, druggist ami
dry goods. Wo havo but ono hundred of
each cut, nnd will furnish thorn printed at
Cincinnati pricos. Wo havo also sumo
fancy cards. Tho "language of lloworp,'
ton doslgns; "lloquet," twelve designs;
"Opora," four designs and ;"Coinic" cards
twenty-four doslgns which wo furnish
printed at $10 to per M, Cincinnati
prices. Who wants them 7 Don't all
'speak at onco. 103.2-l9.3t
It. S. IIlildiiAM, .M. 1)., Homiepathist
13(3, Commercial iivonuo, Cairo, Illinois
wi'hos to Inform tho public that ho lias
purchnsod an apparatus for generating
oxoni.cd oxygen, and is now prepared to
administer this agent, which it now being
vory successfully used in diseases of Iho
rospiratory organs, shell ns Acthma, Acuto
nnd Chronic llronchiti, Consumption in
tho first and second stages, also in Spinal
iillectlons, llhcutnatlsm, Mnlarial fevers
Cholera, ,Vc, Many eminent physiciann'
namos could bo givon that advocate the
uso of o.oni.od air by inhalation na ono
of the most eil'ectivo curative agont of
modern times. 10'J 'J-fi-lm
Milk AVaooK. 1 will commence run
ning a milk wagon on Monday morning
February "II. 1 will continue it all sum
in or, nnd rcspoctfully solicit your patron
age. Milk will bo delivered to any ono
in tlio city, dally morning and ovoning.
Orders may bo givon to Iho .drivor of tho
wagon or loft at my icn stand, No HI Ohio
loveo. Gkoiuik Yocum.
Tin: barber Bliop is mi .ho cornor ol
Kighth etroot and Commercial avenue
wboro J. Goorgo Stionhouso with his gen
tlomanly assistants can bo found nt any
hour of tho day or night, roadv to soothe
your foollngs with a smooth Blinvo, or cool
your totnpor and head with a good sham
poo. It Is it first-clusB shop, nnd you nro
euro of receiving Urst-class treatment.
Ladies' and children's hair cut or curled
after tho most approved styles. 8-lfi-tf
I'ou Hunt. Tho brick houso situated
cornor Third Btroct and Commercial nvo
nuo. Tho houso has boon put in good re
pair throughout and is woll arranged for
u hotel or boarding houso, also rooms to
ronton Third strcot. Inquire of Wm,
McIInle, No. 6, Wlntor's block.
Partnkii Wantkk. a. gcntloman
without capital, but with sovoral yoarH
oxporionco and thoroughly ncqunlntod
with tho business, is deslroun of forming
a partnership In tho Hldo, Fur and
Leather business in Coiro, with bohio ono
who can ftirnioh ft capital of say ?5,000.
-Address, drawor 227. 49-1-lB-tf
Attkmtiok Fakmkusi. Wo havo a
mall lot of tho Urio moveable noint
stool plows, which wo aro now oll'oring nt
cost to cloio. thorn out.
Bbkiiwaut, Outii & Co,
I'" 130 Commercial avonuo.
Second-class clothing, watches, jewelry,
pistols, .V.O., bought and told, Opposlln
Cairo and Vlnceiine railroad dopot.
lHM-2.37.lf M. I'ovni:
I'kx pound of brown sugnr for f I; H
pounds best coll'ee sugar ntfl; ft pounds
of choice butter nt 1 1 10 cents for lard;
Imperial tea at $1; potatoes .'10 rents per
peel; apples ID cents, nt Wlh'ox'n llloek.
107 VI. tm
FOR HA LK.
Two llaltorles of two Hollers, each 'i
feel long, '12 Inch Dram, '2 1 1 Inch Flue
with Urn fronts. Mud mid Steam ilriiin
Safely mid Mud valves, Chimney nnd
llrltchlu, all romplotii mid In lltst-ctas
ordnrj been used only three months. For
price, etc.. Inquire ol .1 T. Uknnik,
!)-2:l.lf. Vulcan Iron Works'.
UKAI. KSTATF. FOIt HA LK.
Lot No. 2 In block 17, tlrst addition,
wllli a two-slory framo holio fronting on
Commercial avenue, and three lot (;lrt
.T.i and 40 1, Haino block, Iroiitlng on sov
eiilcetilh street, aro ollared for sale at n
bargain. Apply on tho promises, cornor
Seventeenth nnd ('emiiiorelal avenue.
um-2-'Jtl-tm F. M. Wauu.
Hy particular request of n number of
young men, .Mr. Hardy has consented to
teach one more term, ciimmoiicing on
Tuesday livening, Marnh ;M, at H o'clock,
which will postlvely bo tho last this sea.
con. ThoiO wishing to Join, will bo on
hand nt llelser'biilblllig,rortier of Kighth
street oud Commercial nvcmio.
Uri-2-2H.;tt. C. Uaiuh.
Till: ST. (MIA ItLKS TlOTKIi,
Tho underslgnol having resumed tbn
inatiagemetit of tho abovo hotel, trust by
strict attention to business, to tho wntit
mid comfort of their guests, to merit tho
renewed favor ot their old patrons ami the
traveling public in general.
TlioSalnl Charles will nt onco undergo
a thorough renovation, and bo much Im
proved in all Its appointments.
Good sample rooms and special rate for
All b"Sgago for guest conveyed to and
from tho hotel free of oliargn.
.Ir.wKrrWn.i'ox.V Co,, I'roprivlor.
I will sell my entire slock of tho best
of Hoof, Fork, Voal, Mutton, Poultry,
Hotter, F.gg, Lard, Irish Potatoes, Sweet
Potatoes, Apples, Flour, Meal, Spiced
Hoof, and tlio best of Corned Hoof. Tho
sale will commence at f o'clock in tho
morning and continue until nine at night
each day for nine months, Sundnyn nx
enptod, I havo also IHO acre of Iho best
ol cotton land to sell or exchange for Cairo
property. I alto waul several good ngenta
to sell fruit tree. All of tlio nbuvn will
bo oxpialned by calling on H. Palterton,
earner of Ninth and Walnut streets, a
there I tho place tbn salo of tho meal nnd
vegetables will b made. '.i'2 l-lll-lm.
Caiiio, Ills., Jan. XI, 1H71.
SPI'.CIA L l.OOA L NOT 10 ICS.
Tint Kuropean lintel, Hurry Walker
proprietor, is upon nt nil hour of tho
Foit n good square meal go to Harry
Wnlkor' rotimrant, Commorei ,1 avenuo
belwoon Seventh and Kighth street, lm
Foit UAH and steam fitting go to Hen
nio'n Vulcan iron works, Commercial
atomic, foot of Ninth street U-10-tf
All kind of gaum constantly on band
nt Harry Walker's, Commercial nvoniio
between Seventh and Kighth strnets.
1 1-7-1 in
Fiiimt farm for salo at Villa Kidgo in
live to twenty acres lots, set with tlio
choicest of fruit. Inquirer at Wilcox's
grocery.- 178-a-a t-lllt
I'ou Sai.i: t'J.OMI In city scrip. For
salo in quantities to Mill tliu purchaser
Apply to II. T. Gkiioui.h.
Jldiuil'.u, tho dry good merchant, Is
now in Now York purchasing Ills slock
or good ror tho spring trade. Defer
your purchases until bo returns, 2-liO tf.
Mil. ,1. IliniUKii is now in Now York
city (electing hi" Htoek or spring goods.
Ho will shortly open n lino an assort
ment or gooda as was ovor brought to
Mil. HtllKiKii, tho enterprising dry
good meichnnt, Is now In Now York fur
tho purpose of purchuHing his spring
stock of goods. IT you want good goods
nt low prices wait till his Block arrives.
NoTicic Ib nereliy givon that I will pay
no bills for goods sold to any of tho om
ployos of Tub Caiiio IIullhtin, olthor
or thoinBolveB or lor tho uso or tho olllco
unluso tho snmo tiro furnlthod on nn order
Ignod by Mr. llurnoU or myself.
1'2-20-ly .Willi H. Oiikklv.
Hoot and hhou inikcr,Twen hhtreot, ho
tweon Washington avenuo and Poplar
ktroot, Is prepared to miikn boots linn shooH
III the luteiit and most fashionable tt)les.
He will uiaka thorn to order, old or new
stylos to suit customer, nut of tho bit .and
lroshcut Mock, of which ho always Ii.m a
good hiipply on hand IVom which to mako
selections. All tilting or boot and hoe
umdo by Mr. IJilera Is dono In his own abnp
no foreign llttlni; bolni? used by him.
QIvo him n call, and ho will givo you calls
Itoss hu on hand, and lor Halo a large
quantity of oak and hickory wood, cut and
split, and ready for thu atovo. Also al
kinds ol coal which will ho dcllvcrod In any
partof tho city on short notice, I.eayo or
ders at coal yard, on Commercial avenuo,
oipolto Klovcnth street. Deo. Mm
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE
Happy relict tor young men from the el
foots ot error and auuson In early lllo. Man
hood restored. Impedimenta to marriage
removed. Now method of troatmont. Now
and remarkable remedies. Hooka and dr.
tulara dent free, in s oaled cuvelopci. Ad
lircs. Howard Amoclatlon, No. U South
Ninth rtrcet, Philadelphia, l'a. an tntitltu
lion having a high reputation for lionorahlo
ouductand pro'oislonal skill. 110 M d&w3m
PHIL. H. SAUP.
Ami .Mnnurncluicr of
102 Commercial Ave.
TitSOi'dor.s from Abroiul J'romptly AUoiulod (o.
-A. Xi E !
- - - - -
"CfMJK Ol'1 Till. WALK!"
Andiew .1. I.nbr ilclrc- In h i lli' piMiple
kliiiw Dial lie N Mill HHm nnd lnnK l,nM-lie-.
ill Id old viand III 'nlrii, ami Ih inuU In
leceli ilia miler limn Hie ill or iiilluli)
I'm' nibi Viili r, rider, Ale, and M. l,oul
Helm- nl.ii ciiuiliieiiii'il Hie lii.ilillblclllle
it the ci leliliileil lli llii.l llluei' Ale, wlilrli
N put up In -ikI.i wiilrr linlllc", anil I Hie
llllel beMUii).'.!' i'cr Jrl lil.llllll'.ielllli'il for
l.iinlh use, 'JiII-II-I-Iiii
I MI'IIO V II.M HN'I'.s IN
I HI. O, 0. I(ll!(ll, M. being ileli l inllied lo
I'Mi'll III cNi'iy lli'iilal iipeialliMi, Iritre
11 1 ft I and I ' I'll 1 1 ! t lili I iciitnl I'm Ion. No,
7, CIkIiIIi sliccl, and Is now u Ilni; lieiii
S. S. Willie A .liiliuxnii. of I'lill.iib'lnlibi.
Kiuil-wi'1'l.l.v, llin l.iiL'e-l ninl lliiol ii'.-iol-
menl nl llenta lloniU rrr ollrlnl III I i n
i lly, iilld 111 l.'oml at cull lie fnlllld III Iho
BEAUTIFUL GOLD FILLINGS
Made i speelally, mil any of the .ill, inl-i rn.
ble, 1 1 1 1 1 1 r y wnil. Dial dmps mil, le:ilii)r
lei III cut, llleil, (ll"iolollliK. and nlliii ill',
I'ellVi l Onlilcll Oeiuipiil In at Milbl mid
itlll'.ible as Hie siiiclteil mcliil ll-i ll'.
Hlieelal allelilloli eUoii lo Him trcalmenl of
'lill'll ell's Teelh. r.uruls li) IiiuIiil' Ibelr
Chilli n's 'I'ri lli I'Saiollied ncciislolialU ,
uoiilil kimi lliem iiitieh Mill'eiNiK and ile
lm mil v In aner M'iiih.
Or. Iioiivl.is nl-iivlM's I'm lleul. ii' alli iillon
Id .Meelianli al I IciiIMi v, liiivluir sitiiiciI llir
lldlil to ikii Mt.llYA'n '.s l',Tl;N'l' lllil.li
ANI Itl'lllllllt ( O.MIIINATIo:; I'l.ATK,
whli li has lii i'ii lliuioiiulily lesleil ninl ap
mnveilli) lliobc-l I IculMs III Hie Ci-I, and
be)imd n iliillbl, Ibe lir-l mid lilllli 'l nitlll
till plain now III Use,
Ti'HIi I'Miiii led wllboiit pain li Hie li-e
of MlliillsOvlde (las, which l peil'ci l sale
uheie Juilli'loii-ly ailmliiUli'ii'il,
(I. I.'. Morulas.
W'liercii", .Mnllieu l, liiinli r, illil nu Hie
M'M'iilli d.iy nl Ocliibi r A. I., I I'M riile
ninl It It vi' r tn 1 1 tin l,.llalllil.i a Sale Mm .
K.iKe of I bill ilnlc iipnii Hie piiinl-i'ri liciclu
allel' ilesi iibi'd, W bleb was Ircnlili il 111 tbn
lleeiinleis nlllce nl' Ali'Mindcr Coiinly Illi
nois, nu Hie lilh day nl' Oelnbcr A, I).. ImTJ.
Ill )oluiui. , n' in niils nf Sale .Mill lK"K "
nil liajfii (III) line liliuillril ninl i levi n, anil
w lili h was Khi'ii l' M i'iiii'ii i i ilalii piniiil
Mil) inite, made by Kihl .Malbew II. liiinler,
iiI'um ii iI.iIii wIIIimiIiI halo .Mm Iikc In Hie
unlcr nf llcniy I., Ilallbl. ly, lor lliesiiiiinl
lui nly Iho liiiiidii il loll.il-, p.iyablu llinlv
ilaja allcr Iho date llieicnl, uilli liileic.'l
I'lniii dale iliilll paid nl Icn ptr cent, per
Ami wlicri'iis, the ail lleiny l Ilalllday
did oil Hie '.Mil tl:i nf ,l;inii,ny, A, I)., IH7I,
lor alllo leci hetf, assign said mile ami sale
.Mm tirniro In the iiiiilcrsleni d ,1, II, ( lav.
And Wlnieiis ilcl'allll lias liccn made In ll'ie
pay menl of Mild piiiiiiIhiij nolo mid Hie In
tel est aci'l llcil llieieou.
And whcieiis II Is piulili il In said Sale
.Mill l'.'i(,'e, lli.it in ilelniill nl' I lie ni) iiiciit nl
said niiln or any pal I Hicrciil'iiiTiiiilliiK In Ihe
li'linl anil I'llecl Hiel'i'iil, tlio siilil llcliiy I,.
Ilalllihiv or bin lewd ii pii'M nliilUi's ni.iy nl'.
tel liittiuu adM'I'll'i'il said Kile lllli en days
III a newspaper published In I .din, Illinois,
or by pnsllui; up written or prluti'il notices,
III tniir places In the iniilily whcie sabi
pri inlscs ale slluali , may hell the said preiu
Isi's or any pail Hicicnl', In Hie highest bid
ilei'lni' ca-li nl tho i imi'l-liiiiiMi ilnor In Iho
i ll) nf ( nl in, lllluiil", at Ilic limeiippollitrd
III Mich luUerll'liiniil.
Now llici'i'lori' nnlli e Is hereby j;iru thai
no Wi'illicsiliiy Iho Iblli day ol March, .. 1 1.,
lK7l,al Icn iiilni k A.M., nl that day, at Hie
(Mini ilonr ol Hie cuiii'l-hiiiiso In
Calm, Illinois. 1 idiall al sell at public
ailctlnll In iho lilgliest bldiler fur c.iWi, Iho
I'nllinvlnt.' ile-cl lied propel ly, In ulli l,nts
mmibcicil six (0), scum (7) and (c) i lnht, In
block numbered till ('!). Ill Ihe Hist aildl-
linn In Iho i it)' of Calm tint e-l.ile therein,
lieln an ("tale liir the term nf
live (M )iai'H, cnimiiciiclii nn Ihe
ninth d.iy nl' March, A. I)., 1 ST I , nil
ileralidb)' lltlienf a lease bcal III).' dale
.March ninth, A. I)., Irt'l. i'.ciilli'd by S.
Slaati 'l'a) lor and Kdwlu I'arsniH, Trilslecs
nf Hut Oalro Clly I'lopci ly, In I'clcr A. Con
ant it in I by said l'cler A Cnualil, with the
written consciit of said Taylor and Piumiiis
uskluued to said .Malbew I). (luiiler nn Ibe
illst day nl' May, A. l7'i, fnethel' with
all the Improvements ihcrou bcloiilnjx to the
said .Malbew I). lliiutcr, of oery kind and
nature so ever, IiicIiiiIIiik mill llxlurcs, en.
Klue boilers, burrs, ami oilier llxlniet upper
IiiIiiIiik and he lonxluj; lo tho mill liiiililln
thereon situate. ,1, II. Oi.av.
Dated .March lid, A. ! 1871. lU7-:W-l&t.
Kl.hth Street, botwecn Wasblugton nnd
I luUo pltiiisuro in oriUing
tho iillon lioti of tlio public to
iuv IVhIi nnd full toek of
now ninl ologant Kurniturc, nt
my Kuril iluro mid Matrnss
I'lictory, cornor Sovcntoonth
St root mid Washington Avo
n no. NI,v stock embraces
llodHtonds, Wadrobca, Bu
nsauH, Hidoboarda, Wnsb
Hlmids, Tablun, OhairH, liug
gioH, AlatniHHOH and, in a word,
nil that is uaoful or orna
mental in my lino.
Thi.s being tho only manu
factory of Kurnituro in this
city, I propoHo offering better
;oodn at lower prices, nnd
havo made a largo reduction
in Iho prices of all my goods,
v'.'ill and examine my .stock
and Hccure an out lit of choice
Kurnituro. To tho wbolesnlo
trade I oiler Hpecial induce
ments. Note tho placo
Cornor Seventeenth Street and
Washington fimmc, Cairo, Ills.
WholuKiilo ninl Itutnil Dealer in Fur
iiiltiro ninl MiitnisfUH.
IIIVK SYRUL AND TOLU
X-XO jNTE 5T 8YRUP
Dr. (,'o'm lllvo (Croup) Hymp baa -beca
known and used by tint medical piofssslon
oer IDil year, and as n remedy for Cold
and CoukIih has an older mid bettor reput.
Hon thiiniiny otluT (JoiikIi modicllio ever
tillered to tho nubile. U Is k
may lm found In every medical dlsponsatorr.
III'. ItaiiHiim'H 1 llvu Hvrim andTolu. In ad.
,., umiiiii nvmji in ni nulls, ami a formula
illtlou to Hie liiL'redlenlH for Oox'it Hire
.yiiip, contaliis llalsam ol Tulu, decoction
nl Mkiiuk (.'abbiiKu Knot and Lobelia, a oon
liliiallon that must coniHieiid It toevsry one
as u superior remedy lor Croup, Whooping
Couch, .Uthnm, Ifrnncbltls. C'oukIh ami
Oolds. Indeed lor all alli ctlens of tho Throat
and l.iniKH when a cough medicine ii
This Syrup Is carefully prepared under
tint personal illrecllon ol it regular I'UtsI
c.laii ol titer twenty ycara practice, wboaa
Ntipiatiiro ih attached to tho dlrocllona n
Its tasio Ih ery pleasant and children
Kery family should keep Una a ready
remedy lor Cioupu and Colds, eto.. amoax
I. IU.nhm, Hon & Co., 1'iopr'n, lluffalo,
Dlt. J. 11. MILLER'S
Thin nicitlelno may with propriety be
called an "Universal Itomedy," ai 11 ii fast
nipeiscillni; all others as a general fuallr
mcillclno. It cures, as if by MAORKTIO
INKI.IIh'NCi:, Neurak'la and all pain, and U
theicforo very properly terinod "Magnetic
llulin," It Is purely a vcKCtablo preparation.
It hai no eiiiial as a remedy lor Cholera,
Cholera Morbus, l)lnrihu ,l)ysentary,Collti
and all llowel C'oniplnlnti.
Its timely Uso will euro Colds, Croup,
Diphtheria, bulimy, and all Throat affec
tions, When properly usj'd,Fover and AgueiUd
other coniplatiilrt Incident to our western
and southern climates, are cully broken lip.
Nervous l'nln, .Sick-Headache, and Rheu
matism aro curVd by this medicine ell
olhcrs havo fulled, Tootlucho, Earache.
Hums, Chilblains and llrulsos aro rellerea
at onco by Its use.
Tlio Konulno has I). Hansom & (Vi nri.
vato Kovemio Stamp on tho ouUlda.aud lr.
J. It. MIIIoi'h Magnotlo llalm blown Is the
KxuiiiIiio closely and buy none but the
."(old by nil DruuKlsts. rrlco US cente per
n. UANhOM, Hon AiCo., rropr'i, Bufeto.
N. V. jM. 8.w-t.
F. M. STOUKFLETH,
Ho ctltler end Wholeiale Dealer la
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