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LOCAL WKATtiKli REPORT,
OKIIHVBK',1 OKKICK, CilllO, )
Marili b, 10:11 p.m., 1374, (
Thermometer, 62 drgtees.
Wind N.W. Velocity 12 rallei psr liour.
alaaiuium temperature lor lint 24 hours,
M degrees;? , r -
Mtnlmuiatenptrtture tor the Uit2( hour,
Prevailing wind for Utt 21 liouri, N I.'.
Total number ol mile traveled by wind
during Uit 24 hours, v:.n,
Total rainfall iluilng the last 21 boms
!. . stfcWIM liOOTII,
V ObMnrer eujrnal Merries, U. 3. A.
i n rii ii -sir i. ,
v THEnsroa crv.
POSITIVELY ONE NI011T OhLY.
SATUKDAV EVENING, March 7.
And the r'uWullr
TVT ' (T- T TCT TO" T C
dim Coined J' Conciliation.
The Knti-rtnlnuifnt will inuum iue with ih.
urrari muuii" Drjin.i,
LOST IN LONDON
DOWN IN A COAL MINE.
.lot) Anuroyd, a Miner
with sour. ,.. CIIAS McdINNK
I he prnmtnmu to conclude wllb 'ha. Me
uirniH- uoime irl-h vprolaltv,
THAT RASCAL TAT.
With llr. Cha-. McTHimbi hi tln lading
Admission r0 Cents
iteaerved Suet 76 Cents,
Doors open at 7, Curtain rises at B
o'clock. 201 -6.:u.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL KAIL I'.OAD.
TIlAlNh LKAVK CAIItO,
t Mall at.
Kxprcaaat 11:00 p.m., ...
t" 5Kf " '.fi?? '"' -t X?Vl Sunday
ola. , ,.. n.IJ,(t,,
Freight at, . isx) p.m.,. .
Mull at ."ir. o ... i.-ii..
Kxpreti at 'M p.m.,.'.'..e'xi.c'it Siiudav
-.in ccpi Monday
hrelK itat .7:10 n.111
1-relghtat 10:05 p.m.
IM-'M7-tf. .1ailh:.i .lonxgoy. Agent.
THK CAIKO AND VINOKNNES
t'uiioE or riai:
On and alter Sunday, February .-.. 1874.
ilm Bill nil. . ' I
rtr.'ratrta will mi. a rnl1....
. 3 ,un
I'.iM.cnL'or. Kn Il'Ih,
Mound City, l.'avi'.
trf a. at. ri:0." a.m.
. 0:15 '
. -r0 1
. t lutiii irnie.
.r. ....... ,.
....... II.... . IIHII
.f.........,WI., .Ill 111 ll.H.I
10 . liOINfi SOUTH.
I l lit... 111...
V'llirilllf. Ielp.... .
to' iravvlllf. Iran-
It .irml Mri-li..
Mrrii ( llr. Ifav
UrrhburKli, leave 1I;4:
Itlina, lear ,.t 1:17.
5 . 1 1'
UOUHli CITY -CCOXIMOVATION.
cava i.airo at a.m. and b:l.i p.m.
eavn Mound City at 12:35 p.m. and 0:10 p.m.
w rri'lxut trains aton over i Pjlit .-it ('irnih
tin from there m mlxi-.l iraln. Um inir at
1 u.m.: leavhii' Vtinf.tiin. .it ? n m 11...
At Cairo with th MU.Uili.til I "..ul t-.l
iiMiur uii 1 jumi, nr uu miiiii Mint; aim,
a irkaimas and 'IVxa, for all polnli In Aikan
rf 11 and Texas
n At Vlncennes: ludlauaiolisand YinreunuK
illway lor Indianapolis and all points north.
it im aim wen; wim r.Tanavine and craw.
'""'lur I lin mj lui , nun, IIIU, llUUie,
anrine, cnirago anil all points north, eaiit
.... n..i, ii, u uuiu auu .1111.1111111 ran.
u , ay lor oi. oun. uoiiLivilte, Cincinnati uud
1 u (iuibk van auu weai.
it At .Norrl City crniiu; thn Sptlnglleld
. r 1111 iiuuia uiimi jiicrn raiiwni.
u. tv. fAr.UKB, don l Bup't.
E. 1. Wiwok, Oen'l Vauennor, A(?t.
IAIRO, ARKANSAS AND TKXAS
AND CAIUO AND FUL
The shortest and only direct routo from
'.lro to Jaekaonport, Littlo Koch, Hot
iJiings, Fulton, and all points In Arkansas
Ud the Southwest, and Qalvvatou, Houston,
alias, Austin and all point in Texas
WKLVK HOU113 IN ADVANCK OF
NY OTHKK ItOUTE
iThrough tickets, through bills of lading,
Information us to freight rates, pas-
er fare, connection, etc., can be oli-
lued at tho company's cilice In Winter's
ock, comer of Seventh atroet and Com
Hack will call at private residences nnd
toU for pasaeuger, when orders aro left
. . L'l .. n . 1 1 . 1 1 I 1 i I
'I night trains,
Train run dally, (Sundays excepted) from
ie Cairo OfUco a follow :
, CIIAUI.K8T0N ACCOMMODATION.
'cave Urecnfleld'H,...9:33 a lit and 4:).'ip,m,
ralvo nt Orcenflcld'.. 0:17 a in ond.1::i8p,m.
KXI'ItHBS ItUNS DAILY
nae Oreonlleld' 200:p. in,
arlvu ut Ureenflold'8 1:40 p.m.
' ii. AxTix,,Chlof Knginoor.
4 I i i- i '
I V WAQI N MAN ITFAflTnil V
1 mr .-mi In at WhnlAHnla or ltnl&Sl
OBNIR 32D-BTaH8T AND OHIO tIT
IT tfE BUElWIN.
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS,
First in the Field!
We will aliow on Monthly,
March lid, an oleuant lino of
Now Spring prints and JVr
cales, in Entirely Now oIIci'Im,
also Now Spring Dress Goods
and Shawls, to which we in
vito attention. We will oiler
during the next two weeks,
Special Inducements in Jileach
ed and Brown Muslins.
Our terms from March 1st
are CASH with Trices to
match. It will pay Cash buy
ers to trade with us.
Five and only live mora ilar bourdon
can l.o taken at tLo St. Charles. Tail it
the Utt opportunity at the roJucod rnto!
OUU KOUND.AItOLT POCKIM',
TOUArcO HALE TO-PAY.
Tho rogular would y sales of tobacco
will tako place at tbo Planter's warehouse
thil f.imnnrin. A riirAr.n ntiu.i,l(v
will bo clierod for sale. It Ii expected that
thero will bu a go 3 J attendance ot buyers
There wilt bo a mooting of the man
agers of tho Orphan Aiylum, in Mrs.
Vardnr'f rooms on Friday afternoon
.Match Cth, at throo o'clock, for tho pur-
poo of electing 11 now board of ofllcors.
The managers request tho attendance of
tho board of trustee.
Mrs. P.itteniiouse, Secretary.
Wo havo had an opportunity to lam-
I P' 11)0 celebrated Ciiucer alo now boio
manufacturod in thii citv bv Mr. Andruw
Lohr, and aro prepared to pronouncy it an
excellent article. It Inn n ploaaant arid
refreahlng taite, and what ia yood about
it ii that it will nut maku "drunk come'
no '.matter how much one may drink of
it. 31 r. Lobr ia proparoJ to lunplr deal
cr' -"Jotbcra with quantitlei to ault
If air. uorould could have heard all
the cunsa that woro lait niht heaped up
on bii bead bocauao tho itrout larnpj were
not lighted, ho would have boun lorcod o
the concltiiion that ho had thu luwoit
frlon.ls and wa tho moaneit man in tho
city. Wo don't know whoio fault it ii,
but it is curtain t'lat tho n in the itruot
lamps is aiildom lit on roally bad and dis-
BKrecablo nlghta, tucliaa lastjiiEhi wai.
Mr. Frank J. Chapman ol Carbon-
dale waa at tho St. Charles yesterday.
I'rominiint nmoni; tho arrivals at tho
St. Charles ynitorday werothe following:
John II Fi.hur, Kvanarille: O II (1 ates.
Chicago; A Kling nnd wife, Marion,
Ohio; W W MclJauluy, Arlington, Ken
tucky; (.' V Whurton, .St. L.mis ; .1 It
lloarsley, Memnhn ; A S (irsy and wife.
Tolono; rJ lies?, Ylonim.
Til - A.Nri-TK,lli:iANlK I.XITURK.
Madam Mordnuut could not eertitinly
havo felt lUtlitreJ when aim cimo on tho
staye last iii,,'ht and aw how few persons
had turned out to hear bur liicturo In f.
vorof whisky and whisky sulllng. Hy a
careful count them was just f'jrty-niio
porsons In tho housoud out of that uum-
bor only four woro saloon-koepers-or in
any way oonnuctod with the halo of
Ihjuor. Of the Malam's lecture wo beard
but little, and in that little were una.
ble to tlnd anything remarkable, either as
a literary production or ai argument in
favor of w hisky dealing. Tho Madam, hs
an anti-tempersnci locturer, Is not a sue.
To .J. dchlesinirer. Loader of thn f'tr,.
Concordia Singing Society:
DEAn Sir: Wo,tho undersigned active
Members of the "Concordia," feeling it
our duty to In somo suitablo manner provo
to you our appreciation of your untiring
eflbrts during tho past eight months In in
structing tho members of the society with.
out remuneration of any kind whatever,
have resolved to tender you a complimen-
tary bonoflt, ouch and nil of ui promising
to do our bust to mnko it a auccoss. Wo
hope you will ascopt this testimonial of
our kind wishos for vou. in tho samo
spirit in which it is tnndored. As to when
and whom the concort shall tako pUco.
iun 1 . i . I . . - ....
Hoping this oiler wlll.mpot with your
favorablo consideration, wo remain,
II. Hasenjnger, John A. Koehlor,
K. V. Uounor, .loseph Huhor,
Louis llorbeit, It. Uobiacker,
Jacob K'loo, I). Dirtinger,
John Koohlor, Ooorge Isonberg
l'atil O. Schuh,
.Mofsrs, It. Smyth & Co., tako this
mothod of informing tho pnblio that, ilc
liring to closo out tho grccory branch or
their business, thoy will dleposo of tholr
tock of fancy groceries, consisting of
canned goods, sautes, picklos, etc., at
groatly reduced prlcos. Person desiring
goodiof this kind will consult tboir own
intoret by calling on thorn at tholr Moro,
No. CI Ohio lovoo. 3-3.tf
Wm. Ehlors wishos to inform tho pub
llo that ha has just rocolvod a largo stock
of imported French calf and Morocco
Leather from Adolph Nickel, of Cincin
nati, direct Importers, and ho can thero
foro warrant all hi work to bo of not only
tho best manufacture, but of tho very
host matorlal. Any ono who desiros fino
Boot, Shoos or Oaitors will And It to
shop, UOth street, and Hxamlne his stock
and styles before ordering ltowhere.
I 4HU rK0l UK. 1ILI.T..
An Item publisheJ in Tnr. Hiu.l.ti!.
of Wednesday morning, In. which it was
stated.lhat In aettln tho broken arm
the little boy llerrin, Or. Units bad'made
a bad Job of It ;and that Drs. Wardner and
Oordon, In order to stralghton tho arm
auu save tno ctillI from being n cripple
mr me, naJ nad to re-break and set the
arm, has called forth the following oipla
nation from Dr. Hultr.. Thy sUry Isjtold
10 nis own peculiar way :
f tilt pi tl PlllCIlt 1
Knomles four years In building fortlllca.
uons. ar declared, am! one blank
bomh fired. One arm said to havu been
broken. Three boys caught In a hen
roost stealing eggs. A little girl's arm
amputated. Artesian wells springing
up ln Cairo. Wator still rising. Ilornb
cast at Or. llultr. by bis enemies.
Tho doctor says he will not nVht savs
he feels liko the lion when he met the
skunk in tho forest. Tho skunk proposed
t'j fight with him, but the Hon declined.
saying that It would not be an
honor to fight a skunk--it woull only
leave a smoil on lilm for many Jays, and
all tho animals of the forest would know
that ho had fought a skunk. So I decline
fighting at proiunt, but will state thu facts
about tho boy's arm, which are about u:
follows: On tho 14th dav of February
I was called to tee the boy's arm, and up.
on elimination fuund tli&t tho
arm was not broken, but tho
wrist dislocated. of which fart
I Informed the boy's mother. 1 replace!
thu Joints, and did tho wrlit up in splints
and cotton, and applied a bandage to it,
ordering that it shonld bo kept wet with
cold water. The day following I called
to see the boy, but was informed that he
was out somewhere but that she did not
know just where. I called again on tho
third day, whon tho child's mother told
me she had removed tho hnndm-n nn.l
plints, and that tho aim was only
littlo sore. I was cullod upon on tho
17th day of the samo month to ice the
mother who was sick, whon sho again told
me she had taken oil' the splints, snd tho
arm was all niht. On the 2Llh of thn
samo month tho boy with two others was
caught stealing eggs nnd wal put in tho
jail, and at that timo had no bandego on
bis arm. On the 2d of March tho boy
was, as I am informed, taken bo
fore Dr. Wardner, who called
Dr. Oordon in consultation.
I am also informed that with a bnrnmer
they broko tho arm of tbo boy, and then
reset It. Theso doctora informed the
mother that ihVconld bring suit' against
mo anu recover irom JVW to 51000, bo.
cause If tho boy had to labor for a living
it would be a thousand dollars datrago to
him. Hut it seems that tho boy has
trade for which ho was put in jail, iiow
you soc, this took placo in fourteen or Uf.
teen days. If tho arm was broken
would tfiko nino days to bogin to knit, and
twenty-ono days before it .would
bo knit together, and all
this took ulaco irniclo cf fifteen davs
Now tho whole fact of tho Cho is that
am an eie-ioro to my follow doctor. A
the man said when ho went out to feed
tho swinn, ho was going to feed his fellow
creatures. Now, lot me toll you tho lirst
day I landed in Cairo. Dr. Cordon told
mo thero was all thu doctors hero they
wanteJ, and thoy would soon starve mo
out. About two years ago lust
summer, you miirht remumbur of
littlo girl that got bar
arm broken on Sixth street. Dr. Cordon
was callod to set it, which ho did. Homo
three days after I was culled to seo it. It
had become dead r.nd morlitlcntiuu had
taken placo. A lew hours after Drs
Cordon uud nrdnor met and tool; the
arm ot)'. In a few days after Dr. A rd
ner called to inn on tho ttreet,
and wished to know of mo how I found
the arm of tho littlo girl, and said
that they talked ol suing the doctor lor
damage, lie said Is a was sorry to havo
tho doctor pay damages for but the arm
Tho fact of it is 1 f urniah. nil my medi
cines at my ollice. 1 don't
uso kid gloveo and wrlto
pursrriptioiis ou gllt-cdgd paper,
and chargo two prices for it, Centlenion,
I am a graduatu as well as you, and havo
lifan n practicing well nigh thirty year,
and wish to honor tho profession by
speaking no harm of auy ono.
David Hum 7,
Wk havo something new In thn way of
half-sheet posters, which wo think aro
just tho thing for tho eprl.ig trado. Thoy
consist of tii Ultlorout designs, litho
graphed, with mortises and margins for
printing. Two of tho cuts nro suitablo
lor any business ; tbo other four for boots
aud shoes, photographer.1, druggists mid
dry goods. Wo havo hut ono hundred of
each cut, and will furnluli thorn printed nt
Cincinnati prices. Wo havo also somo
fancy cards. Tho "lunguugo of llowers,'
ton designs; "lloquut," twolvo designs;
'Opora," four designs and ;"Comio" card
twonty.four 'dosigns which wo furnish
printed at $10 to SI'-' per M, Cincinnati
prices. Who wants thorn ? Don't all
spofti: nt oneo. lC3-2-l3-nt
The barber shop is on kcq cornor of
Eighth etroet and Commercial avontio
where .1. tloorgo Stionhouso with his gon.
tlomanly assistants enn bo found nt any
hour of tho day or night, readv to sootho
your feolings with a smooth shave, or cool
your temper anil head with a good Bham
poo. It is n flrst'Class shop, and you nro
stiro of receiving tlrst-clas9 troattnont.
Ladles' and children's hair cut or curled
after tho most approved styles. 8-15-tf
Foit Kent. Tho brick houso situated
pernor Third troet and Commercial vo
nuo. Tho houso has boon put ln good ro.
pair throughout and Is woll nrrangod for
a hotol or boarding house, also rooms to
rent on Third stroot. Inquiro of Wm.
Mollttls, No. G, Wlntor e block.
lIunriKn, tho dry good merchant, i
now in Now York purchasing his etock
of goods for thn aprlng trndo, Dofor
your purchsscs until ho returns. 2-20 tf.
JJiAW.Y BUhLl-TliN, Jbi.TjJ
I'tllrK CtlHRKMT Orvicr )
Thursday Kvn., March 6, 1874, '
W ran if nothing encouraging or the
general market to-day for wo can see noth
wig encouraging in it. There has been
no :h'ange from the mtremn dullness that
reigned at the dale of our lait Issuo, tin
less It may m to get worse. However
we will go on, hoping for a change, and
-"t;rftuiiaie ourselves mat wo ate no
wono otr and In' most cases Have a itrcat
- , , , ....
Miraniago over neighboring markets
JuJgfng.froni their commercial reports
no business was dono this aftoruoon
at all. A heavy rain set in about noon and
continuod without a moment s interval
throughout: the balance or the day, and at
this late hour there is nothing to Indicate
that it will not continue ror a wook. Wo
havo repjrts of heavy rises In the rivers
above in and tho Ohio Is still rising, but
our leveoi aro nign anu eecuro and no
danger is apprehended of an overtlow
Tho flour andgrain market Is very dull.
Tbore Is no speculative dornand for any
tiling, and orders are few and light,
Fricel generally holJ firm without sales,
flutter and esrgs are more tilonty aud tho
market fs eusler.
IXJ" Correspondents should Wr In
mind that our quotations ropresont prices
lor round lots from lirst hr,1. nnlo.i
s'.aieu, anu tnat in ailing small
numr, utguer prices must 1)0 paid.igiS
J- LOU K The market rule ciuiet. weak
and unchaogod. Transactions areterv
small, and aro limited to a local and light
oruer iraue witti tho intorior of tho outh.
1 rice are steady and no concessions aro
offered by holders. Sales were 00 bbls
various grades 6 SO&S 7C; 200 bbls XXX
winter 0 80; 200 bbls choieo 7 75; 1
oois various grades 4 SOftG 5 : 200 bbls
do 4 50(5,3 00; 250 bbls do C 00($9 00,
iiAi ine old stock is pretty woll
worked off, and there is a small demand
for choico, but only a small quantity will
sell. Enough comes In to moot the do
mand. Sales wero 100 bales damaire.l nt
10 00 por ton; 4 cars mixed del 12 00
ou; I car prairio del to 00; 2 cars
choico mixed del 11 00; 1 car primo tim
othydelll 00; 1 car strictly choico tim-
otby dol 15 00.
un vory quiet and dull. There
are no buyers in tho markot, and tho or
der trado is vory small. Sales wero 7 cars
white, In bulk on trae'e, COc; 2 cars now
mixed, in bulk on track, 65Pi50c: 3 cars
mixed, sacked and del, 07c; 2 cars while,
iackO'1 and del, G7c.
OATS I'nces hold firm at CJs for
choico northertivhito atftj mixod, sacked
and dollverod ami 47oMbulk; Southern
Illinois aro fiold' lc'lower. rJuvors am
all out of tho markot and thoro is. not
much doing. The order trado is very
slim. Sales wero 11 cars choico mixed,
sacked and dol 5.1a; l car j0 n bull. on
tra:k 17o ; 1 car Southern Illinois sacked
and del 52c.
OOICN 31KAL Unchangbl und quiet.
Sales woro 400 bbls city 3 30(3 35 ; 200
bbls S 1) 3 30 ; 100 bbls 3 25 ; 200 bbls
1C D 3 30.
UltAN Unchanged, none offering ex
cept at tho mills, Held at 10 00 per ton
in car loud lots.
HUTTKK Tho market U oasiur and
bettor supplied. Iteceipts iiavo boen fair
and price nro weakeniiiL'. Sales too
lbs cholee .Southern Illinois roll 3C
:15c; 1C pki-s ni itorthorn roll TICK
40c; 20 packages choico uorthern solid
packed, .'1.1 to 10c; 2 boxos northern roll,
39c; 500 lbs. do, .".So.
UdOS Are arriving freely, and tho
markot ia quiet and woak, Sales, COO
dozen, lfic; 3,000 dor.on, He; 6 packages
shipper count, 15c.
I'OULlKl Tho season for droised
poultry is ovcr.Mvo Uml it moilejato mar
kut at iuotatious.
tUluivl-.h Halci, 50 dozonlivo2 50
to 3 50. 30 dozen dr, 2 75 to 3 50; 30 do.
en urossod, J 0U; -1 coops live, 2 75 to 3 00;
coops roosters, 2 i5; 2 coup mixed, 2 7
2 coops choice hens, .'1 26 to 3 50.
TUKIvrnS-Salos, 000 lbs dressed
10c; 2 coops live, (l 00 to 12 UO.
I'Ol A'idhS--The demand is fair for
good Teach lllows at 3 25 and Kuarlv
I. , . rt -
Al'I'LUS Thoro aro no choico apples
In tbo market' Choico northern would
llnd ready ealo at 5 60C 50.
TnOVISIONH-Ou'ol-lloo.l atock on
band. Quotod. D.'S. clear aldns.filfil?iii.
U. It. tides, ijw.SJ: do shoulders. CrSiKI
mess porK ioou. riaies 1,000 ITJ shouldors
l .1 r.T. ... - s-y
COTTON Nothing doing.
CIIKKSK Cream Mo; Now York fac
... t 1 1-1 '
1 25(.ol 60 Vbbl.
CKMENT 2 00(312 60 bbl,
COAL OIL l?19e V kb. '
UUNNIKS Uo-owod 2 bushels ir .
3 bushels 20c.
BYltU PS Choico C0ce7.?l nnr-,.iiUn.
Now Orleans 76)80c.
r Ij An 1 r.KlWti 1 1 A IK .inn
nUKLAl'H 2 bushels corn. Ol
V.Ac; do 10 oz loo: 4 bushel onta uo: r,
bushels 21c; 0 bushols 22c.
IJKKSWA.X - Ui30c.
HOAP Shaetfor'a Ourman mnttlml ?lr
Chr.mp.t!n soap, 7Jc. "
-'ALLOW V lb55jc.
HUOAK Crushed 12c: A. limiti
tAtin J, lu(llUs
COFKEE-Javn A0Vit; prlmot33Gi)
e; choico 34 JG335. 4S
now xorK, Bscs to iioston. air irienm.
profceod, to Now York. 91 M; to lloston
To Nov Orlonns nnd VioUsburg:
Potatoes, apples, etc. 30c: ,,ni,f!i
freights 15o cwt; hay $5 por Um Fork
J6o por bbl; tobacco if4; cotton SI. To
Jlomphii, flour, ote. 26o jior bbl; pound
froights 12jo cwt; hay if-l per ton.
Milk Wagon. I will commence run-
iug omllk wagon ou Monday morning
February 23. 1 will contjnuo it all sum
mer, and rospcctfully solicit your patron
age, Milk will bo dollvorod to any' ono
in tho city, dally morning and nvoning.
Ordors moy bo given to tho ,drlvor of tho
wagon or loft nt my Ico stand, No 81 Ohio
lovoo. Okoikh: Yoouii.
Fon oab and steam fitting go to Ken
nie's Vulcan iron worko. Commercial
avenun, foot of Ninth street P-10-tf
Y, MARCH 0, 1874.
Port Man , 4
ami departure a for tlio 24 hour endlcg at n
p. m. hit Pt piling t
.'iteamer Oracy, Columbus
" Fisk, l'aducah
" Comet, J'ittaburg
' Sam Koberts, ,'U. Louis
" I'at Kogors. Memphis
" City Vicksburg, St Louis.
" Arkansas llelle, Kvnnsvlllo
" Mary 1 lavage, I'ltlsburg.
Sloamer Oracy, Columbus
" I'isk, l'aducah
" Arkansas llelle, Kvansvllle
" Comet, St Lout
" l't Rogers, Cincinnati
" Mary Davage, Ot Louis
" City Ylclisburg, Vlcksburg.
There was not up to six o'clock last
evening any material change in tho condi
tion of tbo Ohio. The dcclino during the
day was not quito an inch. Tho Missis
sippi Is reported falling, with a good
stage of water honco to St. Louts, llusi
ness was dull. Tho woather waa wot and
disagreoabln tho groater part of tho day,
and aftor dark tho rain came down In
perfect torrents. The Mary Davago on
her war down the river discharged 105
tons of freight at Louisville; 60 tons at
Kvansvlllo nnd 50 tons hero. Sho left
for St. Louis last evening
Fon Sale. A six octave, second hand
piano, for $76. Address Max. Holler,
care of Faul Schuh' drug store.
A oitiXD ham. will bo given by tbo
Cairo Casino on attcr Mondav, at John
School's Hall. It. V. IlELZKKit.
Demniiuknt Lv.vu Tax. Kemombor
that taxes on all lots and lands becotno
dslinquont an tho tenth of March.
Alex, II. Inri.v, Sheriff.
Second-class clothing, watcher, jewelry,
pistols, iVc, bought and sold, Opposite
Cairo and Vinconncs railroad dopot.
188 2-27-tr M. Coyne
Ten pounds of broun sugar for $1; a
pounds best coll'co sugar at SI; 3 pounds
of choico butter nt 51; 10 cents for lnrd;
Imperial ten at $1; potatoes 30 cents per
peck; apploe 10 cents, at Wilcox's Hlock.
Two liatterios of two Hoilcre, oath 21
feet long, 2 inch Dram, 2 I i inch Flues
with fire fronts. Mud aud Steam drums
Safoty nnd Mud valvos, Chimney nnd
Hritchin, all completo nnd in flrst-class
ordorj; boon used only throo months. For
prico, etc., inqulro of ,1. T. Kkknik,
u-J.f-ll. Vulcan Iron Works.
JUIAL, 1JOTATK run 3AIE.
Lot No. 2 in block 17, first addition,
with a two-story frame houso fronting on
Commercial avonuo, and throo lots 138,
.'J nnd 401, Hanio block, fronting on Sov.
entoonth etroot, aro offorcd for salo at a
bargain. Apply on tho premises, corner
Seventeenth and Commercial avenue.
li;r,.2-20.1m F. M. W.vun.
THK ST. OHAKLKS HOTEL.
Tho undorsignn.l having resumed tho
mauagomont of thn abovu hotel, trust by
strict attention to business, to the wants
and comforts of their guests, to merit tho
renewed favor of their old patrons and tho
traveling public in goneral.
The Saint Charles will atonco undergo
a thorough renovation, nnd bu much im
proved in ull its appointment.
(lood sample rooms ami spuria! rates for
All baggage for guests ronveyed to and
I nun tlio iiotel rro ol olinrgu.
Jewktt WiLt'Ov t Co., Proprietors,
1 will null my entirn Mock of tho tici-t
of Ueof, Pork, Veal, Mutton, Poultry,
flutter, I'VK'i Lard, Irish Potatoes, Sweet
Potaloii1, Appleti, b'lnur, Meal, Spiced
lluof, nnd tho best of Corned Hoof. Tho
salo will commoner! at 5 o'clock in tho
morning and continue until nino at night
oaeb day tor iiiim month,- HiinilnyH ox-.
etiptod. I havo ulsu 180 acres of the host
of cotton; land to soil or oxchango for Cairo
property; J nlso.want several good agents
to sell fruit trees. All of tho above will
be oxpialnod by calling on H. Patterson,
corner of Ninth and Walnut streets, as
thero Is thu place tho salo of tho moat and
vegetables wilt bo niado. 92 L.'il-lru.
Cairo, Ills., Jan. 30, 1874.
SPECIAL LOCAL NOTICES.
FauiT farm for salo at Villa Hlilgo in
five to twenty acre, lots, set with tho
choicest of fruit, Inquirer nt Wilcox's
Foil Sa i.l: $2,00(1 in city scrip. For
salo in quantities to .unit tho purchaser
Apply to U. T. (InnouLD.
Mil. J. lluiuiKit U now in Now York
city eoloctitig his Htock of spring goods.
lfn'wiir, shortly open us lino an assort.
moot of goods us was over brought to
Mu. liuiuiKii, tho, enterprising dry
goods motcliaut, is now in Now York fcr
thu purpose or purohasing his spring
slock of goods. lyoiitJ-'ant.BOod goods
at low prices wait'tlll his stock arrive,
2.20 tf '
Notice ia noroby glvon that 1 will pay
no bill for goods sold to any of tho om
ployos or Tun Oaiho Hullktin, eltbor
or thomeolvos or lor tho ueo of tbo ollloo
unloso tho Bamo aro furuithed on an otdor
Igned by Mr. llurnott or myioir,
fj.20.1y jon H. oaiULT,
Attention Faumeks. Wo hryo a
small-lot of tho Urlo moveable point
toel plows, which we aro now otlorlng nt
cost to closo thorn out,
Hekuwaht, Onrif i: Co,
lm 130 Commercial avenuo.
PHIL. H. SATO,
A ml Jrauufacfiirer of
102 Commercial Avt.
TJcSTOrders from Ahroad Promptly Attended to.
lUnTMKK Wanteh a genlloman
without capital, but with roveral years
oxporlonco arid thoroughly acquainted
with tho business, is desirous of forming
a partnership in tho Hide, Fur and'
Leathor buslno'S in Coiro, with omo ono
who can furnish a capital of ay 15,000.
Addrc", drawor 227. 49-M8-lf
Hoot and shoo maker, Twcn h Street, be
tween Washington avenuo and Poplar
street, Is prepared to make boots ana shoes
In tho hlest ami inoct fashloimblo Mtylop.
Ho wU.1 mako thum to order, old or new
Mylos to suit cuttomcH, out of thu bs juul
frejlieft rtock, of which ho ahviija tua a
gooil supply on hand from which to mako
selections. All fitting of boots and sboea
made by Mr. iihlors Is done In his own shop
no foreign lilting belinr used by him.
Ulvo him a call, and ho will glvo yott atls
factlon. OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE
Happy reiior lor young men from tlie ef
fects ot errois and abuces in early llfo. Man
hood rcitored. Impediments to m.arriairo
removed. Now method or treatment. icw
and remarkable remedies. Hooka and clr.
Jiilars sent Iree, In sealed envelope?. Ad.
lire?, Howard Association. No. 2 South
Ninth htrcct, Philadelphia, I'u. an inntitu
tiou having a high reputation for honorable
nndllet anil pri".lonal vklll. 1I0.-8 il.Vw.'lui
I.Ed AL NOTICE.
Wluiea-, Muthcw ). (iuiiler. did oil the
reunth day of October A. I)., 17-, o.M ellte
iilld ilelixerlo llem-v L.llalliiliiv a Sale Mori-
(raw orthat il.ite upon lhepremi.es lieri ln.
aller cleetibed. which wai retonleil in thu
Iteeorder nlllee of Alcxamler Colinlv llli
noN, mi the 17lll day of October A. D." 1S72,
In yolimie . of iceoriU of .-alo .Moi lfja-e-i
on pie,!' (Ill) one hundred, and rlctru, ami
whieli UHSgleu to M'liiie 'a i (Ttaln proiiii
Mtry note, made by Matheiv D. (iunler,
ol'even date with :ild Sale MorU'.-igii to iho
orueroi Jienry i.. nniiuiay, lur 'lie .-Mm of
Mii.im-. in .i..ii,ir.. iiai7inro iinrti-
ilayi. niter the ilatu thereof, with fiiien t
fliun dato until paid at ten per cent, per
Ami wherea-. the -aid Henry L. Hallltlav
did on tho2"nl day of .lanuary, A. I)., ltui,
lor value ft ccived, avlgu -aid' note and i-alo
AlorlL-iiL'C to the iiiuler.-lncd J. II, Clav.
And Whereas default has been made in Hip
payment of kiIiI promi-ory note and Hip In
And wherea-It N provliled In raid Sale
Mortgage, that in ilelaull of the payment of
-aid note or anv parttherenfaceorilfng to the
tenor and effect thereof, tlio -alii lleiirv 1..
Ilallldav or hU legal repientative- mav ar-terhaNlligadveiti-ed
aid ale lilleen ilavi
lr .1 in. u-. ....mi. ..iil.tl.t....! I.. ....(.. nir....r
... .. ... -.,,.i. .M.II.II 1 ill l.lllll, lllllllll-,
or by jio-in-Hjt ivrllleu in' prnled notfeei-.
In lourplaeeK in thu eotintv where i-ahl
iiremi-en are situate, may cell tint nab I piem.
lei or any part thereof, to the blbe.t bid-
lienor ram nt tim eourl-liou-e tinor In tiu
elty of Cairo, Illinois, at tho time appointed
in men nmeni-iunui.
Now therefoio untli-p U hereby glen that
on wciinc-d.iy tno istn il.iy ot.M:uli, A. 1)
1.S7I, at ten ocloek A.M., of that day, at the
lioiil ilooi- oi (lie coitrt-hniiM! In
Cairo, Illinois. I shall at sell lit ptililio
;iih linn io tbo bh.-he.-t bidder lor ea-h. the
following de-erlped property, to wit: Lot
iiilinbei'eil -Iv (lij, seven (7)iunl '(H) el'.'ht. In
liloek uumbereil three (.'!), in the llr-l addi
tion lo tlie city of Cairo the emite therein,
being an estate lor the term of
live (5) j ear-, eomiiieneliig mi the
ninth day of .March, A. I I.s7l, un
der and by Wi'tuenf a lea-e bearing il ite
.March ninth, A. P., 1.171, e.eeilled by K
SlaaU T.ijlor nnd Edwin Parson-, 'I'nistees
ol llie Cairo I Ity Properly, to Peter A. Con
ant and by said Peter A Conaut, with the
ritten eon-ent ol" said. 'I'a lor and l'at.-on-
a igiicd to said .Mathew i. (liiuteron tlie
.'list day or May, A. 1) lb72. tonether with
all the iiiiliroyemciils theron beloiiL'lnir lo tin-
said .Mathew ). (iunler, of every kind and
naluiv so ever, lucliiilliic: mill itxlures. en.
gino bollPM. Iniriy, and other llxtnren upper.
lain n aud be oil" nit to t ie mill nil illin-
thereon (.Itiiato. ,f, II. Ci.av. '
Dated March 2d, A. !,, 1H7I. l7;Wf-irit,
I. A. WV KltN,
WILLIAM .). ALLKN,
A'L"J'OKNEY AT LAW
Ofllcnovcr Klmt National banr. 3-lMnt
ATT0HNKY& (IIIIINSEI.OR AT- LAW
Olfleo over First National bank. 3-I.Vha
John 11. Mulkoy,
Wlllmn C. iMiilkoy
OIUco: Eighth street, between Ooratnor
Ulal and Wasfilugton avcimcH.
. 5-14 tf
UUKKN & G1LHKHT,
William H.droon, 1
William H. Gllbart, r OAIKO, 1I.MN01H,
SMrBpeetal attuntlon liUfn to A.lmlr!f ud
tita-n boat bus laes,
iryum oiuo Liva.BOOa 7 aud ovsn
e lUTVSfATIOWAT. JIAWK k
O.W. DUNNING, M. D "
It ES1DENCE comer Mnftt und 'Walnut
Stroet. OlHce corner Sixth atrcet and
Oblnlerce. Olllco hourii IroiaO a. mto
jam., nnd Pp. m . ..
1 .M P I ! O V EM ENTS IN
pi;. i. E. Douolas. being determined to
.Mi-" every uemai oncration. hiurs.
(lll'llt Of fil'llt.'ll OooiN i.rcr- nfTern.! In thl.
elty, nnd as good an can be found In the
BEAUTIFUL GOLD FILLINGS
Made nspeclallty.not anyof the soft, misera
ble, "pnngy work that ilropn out, tcavlair
teeth cut, filed, dl-colored, and often, d
J'erfect doldcn dcim putln n solid and
durable as the smelted metal Itself.
."pe.clal attention given to tho treatment of
hlldren s Teeth. Parents by bavlnar their
Clillren'i, Teeth examined occasionally,
would -avo them much mtrcring nnd dc
ronnltv in alter years.
Dr. I otiila-iil-ogho Particular attention
t Mpcli.nilal Dentistry, having secured the
li it tou-e Dlt. HYATT'S PATENT GOLD
A.ND ItUinEi: COM1I1NATION PLATE,
whlclibas' l,een thoroughly tested and ap
iiroied by the. best Dentl-t In thn East, and
beyond a doubt, tim- best and tlrmest artlfl.
eial plate now in u-e.
Teeth extracted without pain by the Use
or Mtioii-Oxidi! das, which is perfectly sare
G. E. Douglas.
E. J. ATMJt
Xj o tr E2
No.7H r,avKH,OnToQAi8. III.
H. A. Thorns th Them
TiioAia & uroth:r, '
Succesosra to II. M.ttulen,
atn, nud FHaoy Uiatattas,
Foroign and DometUa
rnu.-Axxu.-a josriD zstttm
131 Conimarclal Aviaue,
flAIUO. . . tULWOlM.
NEW YOKK tiTUAK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAiiiiuur vAarrrr itook im rn iv
4IOODS HOLD VKMY OLOBM.
Uornvr ur MliMUa m4 Dg
(!. O. FATLatH
MILLAR k PARK IB,
DKALKUS IN FLOUR, CORN
O&ta, iiy, etc.,
AOENTS ou VAIKBANK'B OAL
Dhlo lveo. CAJUU. ILLINUia.
"COCK OF THE WAJiKl"
, Andruw J, Luhr desircn to let tho people
know that he is t-till living ami doit, buai-lte.-sat
hU old ttaud in Cairo, and la ready to
receive any onltr from the city or country
for Soda Water,' Cider, .Vie, and St. Louis
rllo has also commenced the manufacture
of the in-hibrateit Helf.ut.fllflW AIe. which
Is put up 111 aodu water boltlea, and If tk
Jln?st bevemgo ever yet laaHUfacturad fcr.
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M. D.
Hieii auu rciunii-ncu nii ucntal I'arlors, No.
, Llghth street, and U now receiving from
S. si. At bite .: ,Iohnon. of Philadelphia.
seliil-weeMv. tho lanrit nml Une.t mmnn.
lt3IDKE01C--No. 31, TalrUMtt street,
betwetn Was-lnston Meaue attd Walittt
sueet. Ollice im cemmurotal ave-ue, up
'.airs. . . .