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THE CAIRO DAIL? BULLETIN, THURSDAY, MARCH 5, 1874.
LOCAL WEATHER HEfUnit
March 4, 10:11 p.m., 1B74. )
Thermometer, 41 degree.
Wind K. Velocity U miles per hour.
Maximum temperaturo lor lost 21 hours,
Minimum temperaluro lor tbe last 24 bourt,
PreralMiw wind for last 24 hour, N.
Total mbr of miles traveled lijr wind
during Uft 24 hours, 34".
Observer Signal Hervlce, W. H. A.
in- """sry '" ''
IT HE BULLETIN.
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
POSITIVELY ONE NIGHT ONLY.
.SATURDAY EVENING, March 7.
And the Favorite
(lent Comedy Constellation.
The Entertainment will rnnnmnci' ullhlhc
Urcat Thrilling Drama,
LOST IN LONDON
DOWN IN A COAL MINE.
.lob Annroyil, a Mines
nlth sou 0I1AS McOlNNK
Tin- programme to c oni-luilo w llh Ch.n. Mc
UIiiiiN Ooinlo IrMi Specialty,
THAT RASCAL PAT.
With Mr. Cha. Mcfilnnl. In the Leading
Admission.... .0 Cents.
Reserved Seats 75 Centi.
Door open at 7, Curtain rises at H
o'clock. 201 3..-2t.
First in the Field!
Wo will show on Monday,
March 2d, an elegant, lino of
Now Spring prints and Per
cales, in Entirely New ctVccts,
also Now Spring Dress Goods
and Shawls, to which we in
vite attention. Wc will offer
during the next two weeks,
Special Inducements in Bleach
cd and Brown Muslins.
Our terms from March 1st
are CASH with Prices to
match. It will pay Cash buy
ers to trade with us.
Five aud ONLY fife inoro day boarderi
can ho taken at tbo St. Charles. Tlili li
tholait opportunity at tho reducod riitos
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD.
TRAINS LKAVK CAIRO.
Mail at 220 a.m., Daily.
Jtxpressat p.ii "
Freight at 4:00 a.m.,. .except Hunday
Freight at liAi a. in
Freight at.. .. 4:00 p.m.,. . " "
ARRIVE AT OA I IK).
Mall at .5:16 a.m Dally
Express at. ,...2:0& ii.tn.,....except Sunday
Freight at !I:I5 a.m except Monday
Freight at .7:10 p in., except .Sunday
Freight at 10:05 p.m " "
liH 2-17-tf. James Johnson, Agent.
THK CAIRO AND VIN0BNNE8
CIIANUK or TIME.
r. : a.m.
... 0:22 "
... J:3 "
... Mil "
... lt:i: "
.. h:'il "
.. :lri "
.. 1:17 I'.M,
.. 2:42 "
.. 3:0.1 "
On and alter .Sunday, February
trains will run an follow! :
Mound City, leave.
Morris City, leave..
Carml, arrive ,
Mount Camiel, lea e
O.AM. Junction, arrlvp.isn
0.&M..lUllctloti, leave.. 7:15 A.M.
Mount Carmel, leave,
Norrl. City, leave....
Mound City, leave...
Cairo, arrive ,
1400XD OITT ACCOMMODATION.
Leave Cairo at 11:30 a.m. and UV p.m.
Leave Mound City at 12UJ5 p.m. and 0:10 p.m.
Freight train, atop over nlirht at Canui;
run from there at mixed train, leaving at
4:35 a.m.; leaving Vlncciine. at 7 p.m. the
Mine evening for return trip.
At Cairo with the .Mississippi Central.
Mobile aup Ohio, for all point out; Cairo,
Arkansas and Texa, for all points In Arkan
sas and Texan.
At Vlncnne: IndlanapollsandMiicenncii
railway forlmllanapolla and all points uortti,
east and went; with Evanivtllo and Craw
lordtvillc railway for Evaiisvllle.Terra Haute,
DanvtUe, Chicago and all point north, east
andwttt; with Ohio ami Mississippi rail,
way for Ht. Louli, Loul.ville, Cinclnuatl and
all pomu eaat and wct.
At Norrla Cltv eroding the Sprlngtield
aud llllaoli Southeattcrn railway.
h. "W. PAi-win, Oon'l Sup't.
K. 1'. VTil-aoN, Gen'l Paitongor, Aet.
CAIRO, ARKANSAS AND TEXAS
AND CAIRO AND FUL
The ikorteit and only direct routo from
Cairo to Jaekaosport, Llttlo Hock, Hot
Hprmf i, yuttoa, and all point in Arkansai
and tho Sonthweat, and Galveston, Houston,
DaUai, AuaUn aud alt polntH In Texan
TWKLVK HOURS IN ADVANCE OF
ANY OTHER ROUTE.
Through tickets, through hllH of lading,
and information aa to freight rates, pas
senger fare, connections, etc., can ho ob
tained at tho company's eulco In Winter's
block, corner of Seventh stroot and Com
Hack will call at prlvato Residences and
hotel for passengers, when orders are left
Klegant Pullman palace sleeping cars on
all night trains.
Train run dally, (Sundays excepted) from
the Cairo Offloo as follows :
Leave areentield's,...ll:33 a m and 4:05p.m.
Aralve ataroen0old's..0:17 a m nnd3:33 p.m.
EXPRK83 RUKM DAILY
Leaves Oreentleld's 200:p. m,
Arrive at QreenQold's 1:40 p.m.
D. Axtxll, Chief Engineer. -MMXXa
0. WINBTON & CO.,
There was no falllhg off In point of
numbers in the attendance at the Meth
odist church last night. The services
were fully as interesting as on former
THJC LECTUK TO-NIUUT,
Tho indications are that there will be
a jarnod house to-night to hearMtdamo
Ifordaunt'it anti-temperancn lecluro. "Wo
understand that upwards of two hundred
tickets were sold yesterday.
Mrs. Madden, who was so seriously
burned a few nights sinco by tbe explu
sion of an nil can, is reported to be im
proving, and Ler early and com
plete recovery Is now bolieved to bo cer
tain. a ncaiNE" MEETI.VO.
A business mieting of Importance
will U held by I to Ladies' Society of the
Church of tbo liedoctner, this (Thursday)
afternoon at 1 o'clock, at tho rooms of
Mrs. II. "Wardner. A full and prompt
attendance is reqosted.
On last Sunday evening at the resi
dence ol Mr. Joseph McKinzie, by ltev.
J. L. Waller, Judge Mooro of Metropolis
was united in mairiago with Mrs, Delia
Thrift, of Cairo. Judge Mooro and his
brldo left on the Fisk on Sunday evening
Chas. Stowart, the man arretted in
Cairo by Sheritl lrvin somo two weeks
Hch'ois, St. Louis; W HTo.l J, Arkansas;
G K Iiuihnell, Dloomington ; Hugh D
Bowker, Cleraland ; RM Ilrown, "Water
Valley, MIsiliilppl; J Hammond, Anna;
J O Curtis, Jollot.
Messrs. K. Smyth & Co., tako this
motbod of informing tho public that, de
siring to close out tbo grocery branch of
tbelr busluest, tbey will diipote of their
stoek of fnncy groceries, rnntistin of
canned goods, satiscs, pickles, sir., at
greatly reduced price. Persons desiring
goodsof this kind will consult their own
interests by calling on them at their store,
No. (Jl Ohio leveo. M s-tf
Tickets ol Admission to All Parts of
r.0 Oonts 60.
Doors Open at7 o'clock.
Win. Kblors withes to inform tbo pub
lic that bo hat jutt received a large stock
of imported French calf and Morocco
Leather from Adolph Nickel, of Cincin-
nail, direct Importers, and ho ca there
foro warrant nil hit work to be of not only
tbo best manufrtcturo, but of tbo very
(est material. Any ono who dcfiros flno
Hoots, Shoes or Gaitors will find It to
tboir interest to call on Mr. Khlers at his
shop, 20th ttreot, and oxamlno his stock
and stylos beforo ordoring elsewhere.
Council Cham bkh,
Cairo, Ills., March 3, 1374.
Proaent His honor Mayor Wood and
Aldermen McEwen, McOauley, Meyer,
Nellls and RttUnhouio 6.
A qourum not boing present, on motion
of Alderman Moyori, tho council ad-
journod to moot to-morrow, tho 4th intt.,
at 4 o'clock p. m. M. J. nowLr,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (aiUOID ILOOl) OHIO L1VBB,
Bot and Bill Rial Kstaib,
yUMNIHH ABSTBAOra OY TITLB
ago, for stealing a span of mulei from r
farmer near Jacluonport, Ark., was cailea
for yesterday by an officer tent specially
for him. Stewart will most likely enter
tho stato torvlco in a short time.
Tho Rev. Logan Sloeper ia in tbe city
again. He but jutt returned from St.
Louis, where ht put up at the Southern
Hotel and spent tho principal portion of
his time in writing commuicatlons to the
St. Loub 'Democrat.' Tho Rev. Logan
is tbe guest of bit colnrod friend, Deacon
Thore will be a meoting of the man
agar of tbo Orphan Asylum, in Mrs
Wardner's rooms on Friday aftornoom
March Clh, at three o'clock, for the pur
poto of electing a now board of olGcers
Tbe manager request tbo attendance of
tho board of trusteos.
Mrs. RiTTENnouaB, Secretary.
Mr. Charles McGlnnis with bis ex
cellent comedy troupe will arrive in tno
city on Saturday morning and giro an
entert&inmont at tho Athonuum in tbo
ovening AVhorever this troupe baa ap
peared thoy aro ipoken of in the highest
term) of praiite. Mr. McGinnis, bettor
known as "Mac," has a wido-sproad rep
utation as a talented nnd accomplished
comedian; and ho 1 tupported by one of
tho bctt stock companion traveling.
"Wo undorttand that a slight "smaih up"
occurred on the Illinois Central railroad
at Centralis on Tuesday evening. Tbo
high winds which prevailed during tbo
storm on Tuesday evening blow a coal
car o far out onto the switch as to not
leave room for trains to pats. The pat
tengor train which loavos Cairo at three
o'clock in tbe afternoon was the first to
como along, and collided with tho coal
Oat, terribly wrecking both tho cnglno
and car, Fortunately no one was hurt
At the meeting of tho city council
held yosterday afternoon, Mayor Wood
nominated John P. Heir, John H. Qosi
man and D. J. Galigan to be commlision-
or to estimate and anot tbe btnetlts aris
ing to levee property by reason of tbo
grading Jand graveling of Leveo street.
This i the third commission that has
oeen appointed for this purpose, and It is
to be hoped that tbe new commissioners
will to perform their work as to send
tbe paper .before tbo court in proper
J. M. Uely, aHsistant engineor of tbo
Illinois Central railroad, was at tbo St.
Tbo Court llouia hotel, wo aro In
formed, will shortly be oponed with Mr.
Hugh P. Craig a landlord.
Fromlnet among tbe arrival at tbo
St. Cher! yeterday wore : R W Bab
bitt, Cincinnati ; M T Lee, Louisville ;
Geo. H Wation, Commerce, Mlnouri ; M.
ADJOURNED KKOCI.AR MEETINO Or TUB
Council Ciiamiibr, Cairo,
Illinois, March 3, 1874, 4 p.m.
Pretent His honor Mayor Wood and
Aldermon Korsmeyer, McKwen, Mc
Oauley, Meyers, Morris, Nollis and Rob
On motion of Alderman Meyers the
reading of tho minutoi was dispensed
An ordinance entitled "an ordinance to
amend ordinance No. 11, oa fires, fire de
partment and lira limits'1 was read a sec
Alderman Robinson moved to amend
by mterting tho words "committee on"
beforo the words "fire department" in sec
tion 2 of said ordinance. Carried'
On motion of Aldorman Robinson said
ordinance as amended was then adopted
by the following vote : Ayes Korsmey
er, McEwen, McOauley, Meyers, Morris,
Nellis and Robinson 7. Nays 0.
RETORT OF OFFICERS.
Reports of tho following named officer
wore presented and, on motion of Alder
man Meyers, received and ordered filed,
viz: Of F. Hrois and J.J. Rird, police
msgistraUs, for January; of D. McCar
thy, lallor, for February; of Wm.
Mcllale, city marshal, for Fohruary; of
Tho. W. Ualliday, city treasurer, lor
February; and of A. Cain, pollco consta
ble, on arrests, and also on tho condition
of the ttroat-lamps In February.
Tho ordinance commltteo reported the
following ordinance, which was read by
the clerk, and laid over for a second read
An ordinanco to amend section
1C of ordinanco No. Ho It ordained
by tho city council of tbo city of
Section 1. That soction 10 of ordi
nanco No. 2 hn amended by striking out
all of that portion of said soction com
menclne with tho words "provided that
tho bolder of any order."
VINANCE COMMITTEE RSl'ORT.
The financo committee reported that
thoy had destroyed by burnine coupons
to the amount of $5,951 05
and serin to tho amount
of $419 35, bearing $13 41 interest
Peter Conlan, 13 day work on
Peter Conlan, S day work on
D McCarthy, extra meals fura.
Jams Rots. 3 ton'col for coun
cil building 10 00
James Roes, 6 ton coal for Jail.,. 25 to
Cairo City Gas Company, gat
used at tbe different engine
homes to March 1 4(10
Cairo City Gas Company, gas
used at CUV iau J momni lo
March 1 3 16
Cairo City Ga Company, gas
used at council build-
Ing 3 months to March 1 8 40
Cairo City Ga Company, gas
used In street lamDS in Febru
ary 308 00
Fillmore Caldwell, haulinc.a
drunken man to jail 60
R II Cunnlnbam, rent for coun
cil bulldlne; in February 60 00
D MoCarlhv. dietlns prisoners
In February 183 days 9160
U.rrldV ,'lrnt. 3 crust vaccine
vltttt .-. 6 00
The following bills for salaries were
presented and read and, on motion of Al
derman McOauley, allowed by the fol
lowing vote: Aye Korsmeyer, McEw
en, McGauloy, Meyers, Morris, Nollis and
Robinson 7. Nays 0.
John Wood, February salary as
M J Howley, February salary as
City Clerk 100
Wm McUale, February salary as
City Marshal 100
D J Ualllgan, February salary as
Sup't of Streets 90
M S Cox, February salary as Comp
troller ". 50
Thot W Ualliday, February salary
a Treasurer 76
A Cain, February salary as Police
U T Martin, February salary as
Pollco Constable 75
C Mebner, February (alary a Po
lice Constablo 75
John Sheehan, February salary as
Police Constablo 75
W W Wooton, February salary as
Police Constable 75
J O LaUue, February salary as
Police Constable - 75
John Hogan, February salary ai
Police Constablo 4 days 10
Philip Helm, February salary as
Police Constable 4 days 10
F UroM, Kebrnary salary as Police
J J Ulrd, January salary as Police
Aldorman MorrU ofl'ered the following
resolution which was Hdoptod on motion
of Alderman Nellls, viz:
Resolyed, That tho city comptrol
ler be requested toascortain and report to
the city counoil at the next regular moat
ing tho best and cheapest rooms which
can be had by the city for tho council
meeting and city clerk' office for ono
year from May 1, 1874.
The mayor nominated and asked the
council to approve, Johm P. Hely, John
H. Goutnan and D. J. Galligan as com
missioner! to estimate and report to the
the city council, the cost of improving;
Leveo street at contemplated and pro
vided by ordinance No. 64, approved Au
gust 20, 1873, including labor, material
and all other expenses attending the same,
and tbe cost of making anl lovying tbe
On motion of Alderman McOauley tbe
nominations were confirmed and said
parsons appointed as such commission
ers. LIQUOR BOND
State and city bonds of Wm. Wotzel
and of J at. T. and Antonio i. .anono
for liquor license to January I, 1870,
were presented, and, on motion of Al
derman Korsmeyer, approved.
On motion of Alderman Nollis the
M. J. Uowlkv, City Clerk.
and departures for the 24 boun ending at R
p. in. last evening:
PHIL,. H. SAUP,
Steamer Gracy, Columbus
11 City Chester, St Louts
" Laura L Davis, Nasbvilto
" Hello Memphis, Memphis
" Glencoe, New Orleans
11 Louisville, New Orleans
11 (Quickstep, Kvamvlllo
" Ileo and barge, Ht Louis
Slteamer Gracy, Columbus
" Fitk, Paducah
" (Juickstop, Evantvllln
" City Chester, Memphis
" Laura L Davis, St Louis
11 Hollo Memphis, St Louis
11 Gloncoo, St Louis
" Loulsvillo, Cincinnati.
It was pleasant yestordev, though
cool wind prevailed tbo groater part of tbo
day. Tho Ohio river fell abont ono Inch,
but if as renortod. tbe 1'ennestoe and
Oumborland rivers aro riling, wo may ex
pect to see somo big water within tbo next
few days. Tho Mississippi It reported on
a stand at St. Louis, with soven feet out
to this port. If wo aro to roly on the
statements of the St. Louis papers for in
formation concerning tho condition of the
Mississippi, wo shiuld judgo that stream
to be ono of tho seven wondors of tho
world. Ono day thoy will report tho
"river lationary with nine foot out to
Cairo, and tho noxt day "river on a ttaml
til. ...... r,.n mil In P.lfn " Tim nni- ?
tlon that arltet in our mind is, if tho rlrcr
was tiaiionarj night beforo last, and on a
ttand last ovening, bow aro wo to account
(pr the dlfferenco of two foot in tbo depth
of water' iiuslncss on tho lovoo yoitor
day wss not much improvod over tno day
Sccond-clR3s clothing, watchoi, jewelry,
pistols, Stc, bought and sold. Upposlto
Cairo and Vlnconncs rallro&d depot.
188 2.27-tf M. Covnk
Tr.N pounds of brown sugar for 1; 8
pounds bctt coll'oo sugar at$l; 3 pounds
of choico butter nt $1; 10 conts fr lard;
Imperial tea at $1; potatoes 30 cants per
peck; opplcs 40 cents, at Wllcoxs lllock.
Two Uatterios of two Boilers, each U4
feot long, 42 inch Dram, i! 14 iicb. Flues
with flro fronts. Mud and Steam drums
Safoty and Mud valves, Ohiinnoy and
Britchin, all completo and m llrst-cUss
orderf; boon uted only throe nonius
price, etc., inquire oi
Wholesale anil Retail
And Manufacturer of
H.0ME-M ADEC ANDIE S
' 102 Commercial Ave.
. CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
lSeSOrdors from Abroad Promptly Attended to.
For uah and itoatu fitting go to Ren
nlo's Vulcan Iron works, Commercial
avenue, foot of Ninth streot 9-10-tf
Attention Farmers. Wo havo a
mall lot of tho Urlo raovnable point
stcol plows, which wo are now offering at
cost to cloio them out.
Bekrwart, Orth Ai Co,
1 nt 13d Commercial avonue.
Boot end shoo maker, Twcn h street, be
tween WaMilngton avenue and Poplar
ttrcct, li prepared to make boots anu shoe
In tho latest and most lashlonable styles,
He will mako thorn to ordor, old or now
styles to suit cuntomein, out of tho bst -and
frehct stock, of which he olways ;iias '.a
good supply on hand from which to make
selection. All titling or boots and shoes
mado by -Mr. Khlers Is dono In his own shop
no forclL-ii llttlnc being unod br htm.
Qlvo him a call, and ho will glvo you satis-faction.
Ross has on hand, and lor sale a large
quantity of oak aud hickory wood, cut and
sulit. and ready lor tno iovo. aiko ai
kind j ol coal which will be aciivcrcu in any
part of the city on short notice. Leave or
ders at coal yard, on commercial avenue,
onnos'to Eleventh utrcct. Ucc. Wm
On. (1. K. Docolas, being determined ti
rxcell In every Dental operation, has re
nted and rcfurnlhcd his Dental Parlor, Jo.
7, Eighth street, and Is nowreeelvtng from
S. S. AVhlio fc Johnon. of Philadelphia,
semi-weekly, the largct nnd rtlncst a sort
mint of Dental (looU ever offered In this
city, and ai good ai can bo found In the
BEAUTIFUL GOLD FILLINGS
Made especially, not any of the soft, miserj
lile, pungv work that drops out, leaving
teeth cut, 'Hied, discoloring, and often dc-
u f r.i I
... - ' . . . . I.. .. . -,11.1 .... . I
I'cnei'l UOICien iipiiiw I'm m rvin. n,ii
luralilc at thu unelteil metal Itself.
J. 7. Rennib,
Vulcan Iron Works.
Milk Waoon. I will commence run
ning a milk wagon on Monday morning
February "3. 1 will continuo it all sum
mer, and respectfully rolicit your patron-
age. Milk, will bo delivored to any ono
in the city, dally morning and evening.
Orders may bo givon to tho .drlvor of the
wagon or loft at my lco stand, No 81 umo
loveo. Gforoe Yocum.
The barber uop is ou tbe cornor ol
Eighth street and Commercial avenuo
whero J. George Sticnhouso with his gen-
.u. t. nf p.,....,., on mMtnn nf tlemanly assistants can be found at any
nour Ol Hiouif ur uifuh w
your feeling with a smooth shave, or cool
your temper and head with a good sham
poo. It i a firat-claaa shop, and you aro
sure of reoeivlng first-class treatment.
Ladies' and children hair cut or curled
after the most approved styles. 8-15-tf
Alderman McGauley said report was ro-
coiacd and ordered tiled.
Petition of K. F. Davis and John Mo-
Nulty was presented, praying to be re
leased from tho liquor bond or Daniel
.!. J II U..III, fin ttin nl
Jl OrilH JIL'UUBII UUIUll. "" ; , f
I -1 l. - -i. riAUf In t II fl WAV 01
Alderman Korsraoyer said, petion was .UUJu.u -
half-sheot poUr, which wo think are
tauieu. I . . t ., Ti.otr
Petition of DanUl Lamport and nine ",nB. ,0r, P ",V iT.hi
other resident and property holder, on consist oi six aine u",h"'
b. north side of Eighth .treet between gr.pbed, with "J'JS
Commercial and Washington avenue., printing. Two o tbe cut. are aUab o
waslpresented and read, praying tho coun- l"'. , 1 n,
to tako measures towards draining ofl inoe. Pwgr.j.u.. , --w - ---
dry Roods. We bavo ouv one nunuiw u
oil to tako measures towards draining
the wator thut accumulate on their lot
each cut, and will furnish them printed at
Cincinnati price. We have also somo
fancy cards. Tbo "language of flowers,1
ton design; "Boquet," .twolvo designs;
'Opera," four doslgn and ;"Oomic" cards
twontv-four design which wo furnish
derman Robinson the vote on the latter printed at $10 to S12 per M, Cincinnati
Question wo reconsidered. Tbo question price. Who want them? Don t all
In rainy weather.
Aldorman Nelli moved to refer to the
street committee. Aldorman Korsemeyer
movod to aiuond by giving permission to
tho petitioners to fill their lots. Tho
amendment was lost. On motion of AI
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
Lot N". 2 in block 17, first addition,
with a two-story fratno house fronting on
Commereial avonuo, nnd throo lots (38
39 and 40), aamo block, fronting on Sev
enteenth street, aro otlercd for salo at i
bargain. Apply on tho promises, cornor
Seventeenth and Commercial avonuo.
icn.2-20.lm P. M. Ward
THK HT. C1IA11LKS HOTEL.
The undersigned having roiumod the
management of the above hotel, trust by
strict ottontlon to businoM, to tho wants
and comforts of tholr cuoits, to merit the
ronowod favor of their old patrons and tfa
traveling public In goneral
Tho Saint Charles will atonco undergo
a thorough renovation, and bo much im
Droved in all its appointments
Good samplo rooms and special rates for
All baccsco for cuosts convoyod to nn
from the botol froo of cbargo.
Jewett Wilcox & Co., Proprietor.
I will toll tnycntlro stock of tho best
of Roof, Pork, Veal, Mutton, Poultry,
Butter, Eggs, Lard, Irish Potatoes, Sweet
Potatoos, Apples, Flour, Meal, Spiced
Boof, and tho host of Cornod Boof. Tho
salo will commonco at 6 o'clock in tho
morning and continuo until nino nt night
each day for nino months, Sundays ox
ennted. I havo also 180 acres of tho best
of cotton land to soil or exchango for Cuiro
property. I also want severol good agonts
to sell fruit troes. All of the above will
bo oxpialnod by calling on S. Pattorson,
nnrnor of Ninth and Walnut streets, os
thoro is tbo placo tho salo of tho meat and
egotables will be mado. 92 l-Ji-im.
Cairo, ins., Jan. J.', ioi i.
SPECIAL LOCAL NOTICES.
Fruit farms for salo at Villa Ridgo in
five to twonty acres lots, set wuu iuu
hoicost of fruit. Inqulror at Wilcox s
grocory. " -
For Sale $2,000 in city scrip. For
salo in quantities to suit tuo purcua.or
Annlvto H. T. OEKOULD.
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE
Happy relief tor young men Irom me ci
ri Arrnri nnil nliUKi'H in earlv life. Man'
i.nn.i matnrAil. Imnpiltmonts to marriaco
nrninvm . NOW mcl 10U 01 ircailUUIU. .um
and remaruanie remcuics. iiouh uuu tir
...i.H unn, onx in cnnlcil envcloDes. Ail
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.Irfya. MmV.ml KSOCiaUOU. flO. - QUUku
ui.ii ono, I'MK.Iolnhln. Pa an lnstltU
tion having a hlijh repuUtlon for honorahlo
nmiiift mi nroiMiMonaiKKiM. na-u ui.
Children's Teeth. Parent by having their
Special attention clveu to the treatment ot
Chllreu'it Tcelli examined occasionally,
would f.tvo them much suffering and de-
roniiltv in aucr ycarsi.
Dr. Doiila aUoclvcH Particular attention
to Meehanleal Dentistry, having secured tho
rlt'lit to ue int. II yati s i'atbst uua.i
AND RUBBER COMBINATION PLATK,
which has been thoroughly tested and ap-
irovt'd by the bct Uciitisu in tno u, anu
i.-voiid a doubt, thn best nnd flrmcst artifi
cial plate, now in le,
1 1'Ciu uxiracieu miuui. yum j
nf Nltrnui Oxide Oa, whldi l perfectly safe
G. V.. DOUOLAD.
question was reconsidered. Tbo quest!
then being upon tbo motion to refor to
tbe stroot committee, It was put nnd car
Tbe following bills wore prosentod and,
on motion of Aldorman MorrI reforred
to tho commltteo on claims, viz:
Dr. C II Evans, vitit to jail and
John II Oberly, scrip book, cash..
John U Uborly, pubiisnini: couu
ell proceedings, etc
John H Oberly, side walk tax no-tico
R S Yocum, circuit clork. fee in
case In circuit court, ditmlsied
at city's cot t 12 40
Tho Boylo, hauling 61 loads
of brick bat 27 00
D McCarthy, 4 day in charge of
Tho Fitzgerald, 8 day work on
Tbo Fitzgerald, 18 day work on
Wra (Juinn, 13 day work on
Wm Qulnn, 7J day work on
M rower, hauling 22 load
speak at once.
Brioham, M. D Homrepatbiit
130, Commercial avenue, Cairo, Illinol.
wishes to inform the public that ho has
purchased an apparatus for generating
ozonized oxygon, and is now prepared to
administer tbi agent, which 1 now being
vory successfully used in diseases of the
2 60 resnlratorv oreans.such as Asthma, Acuto
"4 80 and Chronic Bronchitis, Consumption in
the first and second stage, alto in Spinal
affections, Rbeumatlira, Malarial fovcra
Cholera. &c Many eminent physicians'
names oould bo given that advocate tho
use of ozonized air by inhalation hi onu
of the most effective curatlvo agents of
modern time. 109 2-6-lm
Fob Rekt. The brick house ltuated
corner Third street and Commercial ave
nue. Tbe house baa been put in good re-
29 25 I nalr throughout and I well arranged for
a hotel or bearding nouse, aiso t-ooui
u rent on Third ttreet. Inquire of Wm
10 88 1 MoHale, No. 6, Winter' block.
6 00 I
Wherea-, Mathew D. (iunter, illil on th
.......... 1, ,!., ..r(..tiilnT A. II.. lo,. I'MTIII
i . i.. n.... i.. iinnn' l. ll.'illlihir :i Salo .Mori
anu m-mv. ... ... ..... .- - -
"ai!!! ortliat Hate upon mi' preuu-i- n
alUrile-eribi'd, ulilili was recorded lu tin
p,....ii-.li.rj nil ii! oi Alexander v-immj im
nnU. on the 17lll "lay of Oi'tobiT A. !., 1'
i.. . ..i, ,r r,.i.ni'iU or .-all- .Moi Iumhc
...l ll'irrn llllllllll lllllllllL'll UIIU IHJUlli
u i i'h wan if Veil lo j-eotiri! a renaui immiu.
.oi-- note, iiwik Ly ilutliaiv l. Ciinlcr,
oft'ven ilati- with alil Salu .Mort(."JK lo un
order of Henry l nun may, no 1 1 ''"'
twenty live lmiulreil dollar-, payable thirty
lav after the date thereof, with Intcre-t
from datu until pal'l "t t' 1-'e'lt- l"'r
anuiiui. . .... r it nt i ...
And wherea. the -aid Henry L. Ilalllilaj
did on tho 23d ilay of .lanuary. A. D.. IS. I,
lor value received, a-.lgn said note am mIu
MortcaL'o to the uniliTMneil .1. I . Clay.
And Whereai default has been made In the
payment or 'aid piomlMiry note and the in-tcre-t
accrued thereon. . ,
F.i.i. It l nrowileil In xalil .sale
MortLML-e. that in iletault of thu payment of
.aid mile or any p.irttliereotaeeoin nijioiiie
lenor ami eU'ei l lliereul, tho said Hellrj
llallldav or lits li'pil repiesentativei may ar
ter havlic inUertl-i-d said sale fifteen day
i., .. ....u.ii.itiri- liuliUshei In Cairo. Illinois,
or by potln,.' up wrltlvii or printed notice".
I.. Nun- nlaeei In the l oiinlv whero salil
. ..II . I... ...I.I
premle aro smiaie, um; sen
1. 1.-.I-! i n. i-iMif. to tho lilirtif t bill
.i,. r....' J..S ui iln- i.iiiiH.lini!e door In the
eitv of Cairn. Illinois, nl the time appointed
in Mich ailveitl-inont.
.Vow therefore notice l hcreliv lveii that
on Wi diit'Mlav Hie IStli d.iy ot.Maieli, A. D.,
lhTI, at ten oclocU A.M., of (hat day, at the
r,.,,, i .i.i.ii- of Hie rillllt-lliiH-e lu
Cairo, Illinois, I .hall at sell, at mib Ic
auction lo Iho lil'liii.t bidder lor cash. Hie
following desiiipi d properly, to w it :
lllllll icrcil -IX ft), seven .j an ic .
lock ii.iiiibceil tlirvo (J. In the lii;- nel.lt
t,,n to thn illy "I Cairo tin- c-tate therein.
hi'iiiK an "liiUf f'r h l,n"
live (M M'ai--. inmillciicin? wm
nltitti .lav 'or .March, A. D., 1S.I, nn
ilcrandbv vlrtuoof a leao bearliiK date
l I. .il.itlt . II.. IS.. 1 . l-XI'l Ull II II)
Stiials Tavlor and Edwin Parson. Tni.teei
LLeHr I m wk
if'OP.TC OF THK WALK "
Andrew .1. I.ohr desires to let the peoplo
know that lie is still living and doing bus!
nt his old stand tn Cairo, and ts ready to
receive anv order from tho city or country
lor soda Water, ewer, Aie, anu au t,ouii
'ileliai al.o commenced tho mamifacturo
of thu celebrated Belfast Oliver Ale. which
Ii put up In soda water bottlci, and li lh
llne.t bevcragu ever yet lnanufaetured for
family ue. 204-3-4-1 m
C. N. HUG HE S ,
of tho Cairo City Property, to Peter A. Con
ant nnd hv said Peter A. Conant, with the
written coii-ent of '.lid '1'avlor and P.irsotn
a-, irncd lo salil .Mainew i. nuuu r mi i
nut .lay orMuy. a- i- W3, i1,!,1'cr.l;
all tho linprov enieuU therou lu'longing o I
said Mathew D. (iunter, of rvery Mud and
natural-" ever, mciiiuiiij; nun num-i -
tainiiir,' anu ociuii(,uio - "
tliereou situate. lj.l,,v,
Dated MareU an, a. I'm '
Ohio Levee, over Mathuss
Of None but
No. 1 1 0
K Oxiho, Illi.hoi
f i. fnr thn unrinr? trnuo. lioier
your purchasos until ho returns. 2-20 tt.
xti. .t liimiiEi!. U now in New Vork
cltr solectlng hi tock of sprinu' goods.
He will shortly open as lino an naaort- 3l0 i
mnnt nf i?ood 8B was over Lrougnv io
Mn. Burukii. tho enterprising dry
iTi'S llZtZ MACHINE &JBUMIG OILS
stock of goodt. If you want goou goou. . nnfl
. .sis i f. ....1. mi. I
at low prices wan mi uis g r-.Tr?
2-20 tf iVA-UPJ VJTJ.i;iaiVsJAJ,
Al.-o AgenU for the
8AFFORD, MORRIS & UANDKK,
7S Ukl MVSS,
CITT JTATIOWAL BAM Si MIUl0
K. MAXWKLL & CO.,
Mauufaeturers aud Doalcr In
Tho oldo.t esUbUshed Ageney In Soutkern
lUlnois, repreeeBtlng over
$05,000,000 00 I
el the best lnsuranae
Notiob Is norohy givon that I will pay
. . in. nn.t anid io anv oi iuu vui-
oloyee of Ti Cxiuo Bullbtin, either CELEBRATED
or themoivos or ior mu u.o u
unloto the samo are rurnuoec ou ou
tuned by Mr. Burnett or myseu.
l'.-20-iy Jonii H. Obiblt,
PA.KTNER Wamtkd. A gcntloman
without capital, but with soveral yoara
exnerlonco and thoroughly ncqualntod
with the business, is duslrous of formlni;
a nartnewhip In the Hide, Fur and
Leather buslnes In Colro, with somo ono
who can furnish a capital of ay $5,000.
Address, drawor 227. 49-1-lB-tr
No. 710, North Malno Street,
Ht. Louis, Mo.
(J. W. WHKELKK,
WOOD AN 33
OFFICE AND YARD:
Teuta SUet, betweett 'Wublogten
U.W. DUNNINU, M. V.1
UI-aiDKNCK corner Ninth andWaluut
tlmds. Ollleocorner bUtU ;,
onlolevoe. omco uoura iniw v .
1 '.2 m., and Op, m
"r.?i.;jto order. prd?n wm
. Ik.tiTs ha Uft at "m"m