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THE UAMObAIJA' UtiLl'-ilmw, SATURDAY, MARCH 7, 1874.
LOCAL WEATHER REPORT.
(JIIMtRVIIR'H OKKICK, OAIKO. 111'.,
.Urcli i), 10:11 p. in,, r'1. J
Uatoniter,Vti:(0 degre-es.
'I heimomatcr, Wt degrees.
Wind SUV. Velocity 1 miles per hour.
Weather, i leafing up.
Maximum temperature .for last 24 hours,
'.) degrees:
Minimum temperature lortbclast'.M" hour),
4 7klegreL
PrevaUfc wind Tor last U hours, . JJ.
Total numbor of mllei traveled by wlud
ituinK UU4 hours, 210.
Total rainfall tlurlnj tbo last H hours
7 9 Inchoi.
Kdmih Hoot h,
Obsemr Bittial Service. U. D. A.
jcixiaisr tjivr.
POSITIVELY ONE NIGHT ONLY.
SATURDAY KVENl.S'O, March 7.
MAC
Ami tin1 Favorite
HVE ' Or X 1ST 1ST I S'
i .'in Comedy Coiittell.ttion.
Tho elegant Comedy, entitled
WEDDKD, YET NO WIFE,
And .1. UolniesOrover's capital lrlili Karcc,
THAT RASCAL I 'AT.
0 HAUAOTAP. HKKTUHF.S, SOLOH,
SONUS AND DllKT;',
iiy Tin:
(3HABM ISO I.ITTI.K LAUKA,"
nad tho "INlMTs'AIILi: MAC."
Admission
Kcservod Keats
Door open fit 7,
o'clock.
00 Cents.
76 Cent.
Curtain rlioi at 8
201 3-S.3L
KAlLItOADS.
TIME CARD.
ILLINOIS OKN'TKAL KA1LKOAI).
TItAI.VS LKAVi; C1I110.
Mall at 2:30 a.m., Dally.
Kxpreuat 3:00 p. in
Freight at MX) a.m., ...excopt Sunday
Freight at 11V a.m......
Freight at IMp.n " "
AKKtVE ATCAlltO.
Mall at 2:15 a.l Dally
Express at 2:00 p.m.,....exccpt Minday
Freight at !):15 a.m.,. ...except Monday
freight at .7:10 p.m., except Sunday
Freight at 10.-03 p.m...... " "
IH 2.17-tf. Jamf.h Johnson. Agent.
TIIK CAIRO AND V1NUENNISH
RAILROAD.
I'UAHUE of riHi:.
On and alter .Sunday, February 22, 1871,
tralne will niu an follows:
OOINO NOitTH.
Pascncr.
Freight.
r.:o: am.
Cairo, leavo
Mound City, lt'..'..
Vienna, leave
liartisburf, Ivawi...
.Norrls City, Icavo. ,
Canul, nrrlvt;
.. Ml a.m.
S:27 "
11:4.1 "
M I'M.
.. H:l: "
.. U:ir. '
. . .)::!)
,.10A
..10:10
.11:23 "
:'annl, Ifave 0iXi 4:4ja:m,
oraylllc, leavo 10:40 r.iVi
MouiitCannfl,lraV''....ll-22 " :M
Vllicnmc., leav.' r.M. H-20
M.. Iiiik Hun, ani i'.I'J:
(iUI.Ml HODTII.
I'a'M'iijjcr. thI;;ht.
O.AM. Junction, leave. 7:1.'. a.m.
Vlncniif"., leaw- 7-2.'. ' 7:00 P.M.
)UlltCanl,laVl.... h:M " !:i) "
Oiayvllle, leayf !I:1M " 10:17 "
Canul, nrrlv.' 1U:00 " ll::it) "
Carnil. leave 10:10 (i;ir. a.m.
.Vorrii City, leave 10:44 " 7:1S
H.irrhburKh. leave 11:4.1 " H-.IO "
Mi'iina, lrac 1:17 I'.m. 12:1ft r.w.
Mound City, leute 2:12 " :i:10
alro, arrive r.-.ovi " :i ti) "
110UNII OITT ACCOM UOPATIOK.
Leave Cairo at 11:30 a.m. and 6:1" p.m.
l eavc Mound City atl2:'lftp.ui.andC:I0p,m.
Krrlghl traini atop over 1 1 1 14 It t at ;innl;
run from there as mixt'd Ir.iln, leaving ut
4 u a.m.; leaving VliK't nno at 7 p.m. tltt
1. line evening for return trip.
CONNKCTIONH.
At Cairo with the .MIUMppI i eulral,
Mobile anp Ohio, fur all point sunt; Cairo,
Arkanai anil Texa, for all point", in Atl.au
;ai and Te.vai.
At Vlncennes: Indlauapolisand Viucemiei)
railway iorlndlauapolln mid all points north,
east and west; with KvmisWllo and Craw
lordsvllle railway for Kvrunvllle.Tcrr.i llnutc,
Uanvlllc, Chicago and all jioiuu unrtli, cant
and went; with Ohio and MiMippl rail
way lor at. Loult, l.oulnvtllc, Cincinnati and
all points east and wett.
At Norrls City eroding Ihe Sptlnglicld
ami IIIIioIj Soutneailcrn railway.
L. W. Falmkii, Oou'l Snp't.
it, P. Wii.sok, Oen'l rassengor, Agt.
' n7i:Mf
QAIltO, ARKANSAS AND TKXAS
AND OAIHO AND FIJI.
TON RAILROADS.
The hborlefit nud only direct route from
Cairo to Jacktonport, l.lttlo Itock, Hot
Spring, Fulton, aud all polntu in Arkansas
nud the Southwi'fct.and (ialvcslon, llouston,
Dallas, AuMln and all points In Texax
TWKI.VE HOUU8 IN ADVANCK OK
ANY OTHKIt ItOUTK.
Through tlckeU, tlirougli bill', of lading!
and Information as to freight r.-iten, pas.
aenger fare, connections, etc., can ho ob
mined at the cotupauy'a oltlco In Wiutcr'A
block, corner of aeventh street and Coui'
tuorclul avemio.
llacka will call at private .residences nnd
hotels for passenger, wbon ordem are loft
!u tlmo.
Klegant l'ullman palaco ulccplng cars on
all night trains.
Trains ruu dally, (Sunday oxecpted) from
the Cairo Ollico as follows :
CIlAItLKSTON ACCOMMODATION.
Leave Ureonllelirs....'.):3n a 111 and ):n."pp.m,
Aralvo ntdreenllcld's., 11:17 11 in aiiiChnSp.ui.
. KXl'HHriS KUNS DAILY
leaves Oreenllold'H 200:p, 111,
Arrive at Oreenllold'H 1:10 p.m.
D. Axtkm,, Chlof Knglnocr.
R, SMYTH & CO.,
WHOLSALU
LIQUOR
DKALKUH,
InTO. GO OHIO MVBE
OAIHO. ILlLIHOia.
SCIIAP ZINC.
DKALKHS. save vnur commlMlon. liv nrll
ing your f crap Zfne, In any (juuntlty, direct
to tiiecomtumur.
M'OIII.T.OVnH IltSN CO.,
203 Eatt IVarl Street, Cliielniintl, o
THE BULLETIN.
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS,
IIIIJI) Yesterday morning, March : 1 1 .
IS. I, at H ..Moil;, til the residence of his
patent, of ) iif :U i not 1 1 it , Michael .1. Marticl,
ncil 20 years, ID months and 21 il.iys.
Anil woll known to a largo portion of
tbo readers of Tux Hui.lktin, tl.u le
eoased was, from tho day Tun Hi iti.Tin
mado Its first appoarance,an i.uicbo of tho
establishment; first ns utiu of tho carrier
boys-, then as an apprentice in tho
Job ollioo, nml filially, about two
years ugo ho was promoted to
tho foremanshlp of that department.
Michael Marnel was a voting man of
nxoniplary charactor -sudor, honost and
ioduttrloui, and in him tho proprietors
of Tiik Dum.ktim found n mrvnnt .whom
thoy could over trust and roly upon. In
hit Intorcouno with Ills follow-workmen
an J associates ho was always kind and
alfablo. and was held In tho highest esteem
by thorn nil. He Was u great favorite, not
only with bis employers, but with every
body with whom his business brought him
In contact. Ho was a great holp to his ngod
parants, for whom lio always evinced tbo
strongest affection. In bis doatb bis par
outs have lost a dutiful and aUVcttonato
sonjbil ornployers a faithful sorvant, and
tho community at largo a noblo-heatcd
ami promising young man.
Full particular of tbo ttrni and placo
of tbo funoral will bo rnaJo known in to
morrow's liui.i.xrnr.
WaNtkd at tbo St. Charles hotel, two
chambermaids. Nono need apply unleis
thoy thoroughly ttndnrstand tho biuinots
and can, bring good roferencti, Good
wagea aM. 21 1-3-7-lf
Km )". and o.M.Y flvo inoro day boardors
can ho taken at thu.St. Charles. This Is
tbo last opportunity at tho reduced rates
VJS 3-3
" Ol'K i.OUNIi.AIlOUT rOCKKT,
t'EIiSO:fAL.
MbJ. Alteon, of Tamaroa, was in town
yettorday.
3 T l'iorson, general ticket agent of
tbo Oievoland, Cincinnati and Indianapo
lis railroad, was registered ftt tbo St.
Charles hotol yesterday.
-Capt. Oco. II. Ray, prcsldoot of tbo
Mississippi Valloy Transportation com
pany, was in tbo city yesterday on buii
com conne:ted with that company.
Prominent among tho nrrivals at tho
St. Charles y'ojtcrday wcro tho following :
J It Lonco, W C Campton, and W U
Justico, Cincinnati; O T U'horton, J C
Young nnd Capt. Henry Simms.St. Louis;
t V McKoiuo, Dixon, Illinois; J h Ilan
kin and D S Field, Hillsboro, Ohio; H K
Howard, New York; O E Hollandor,Now
Orleans; K Looscbn and family, Denver,
and Dr. Xf w Sea, Fulton, Tonnosoo.
MltCELLANKOUP.
-Tbepolico complain of "dull tanw.
Tbo county commissioners will prol
ably adjourn this evening.
Thero wero over ono hundred pcrplo
etk illimur at tliu fit. diaries tintcl yet
torday.
Tho salo of tobacco at tbu Planter's
varohouFO yesterday morninj' was nt'
tondod hy a largo board of huyer, nnd
tho tobacco sold brought good and satis
factory prhos.
Tho Hibernian flro company, of which
thoducoased Mich 10 1 Maruel was an oc
tivo member, held a mooting Inst night,
and resolved to turn out to tho funnrsj.
Duo notico will bo given in to-morrow's
paper.
Tho county roads aro reported toboin
vory bad conditio.') in many plains nl
most linpaablti. If, after defrajlng ill
j other oxpenses and making tit h repairs tn
tho public proporty as are nosesurv, the
county crunmltf loners find there Is a sur
plus of cash in tho truanury, it would not
bo a bad idea to spend foiiio of it in filing
up those roads.
tilCKNKSti.
From parties living in Hazlawood
precinct we learn that confidorablo sick
ness has prevailed in that neighborhood
for soinn timo past, and within tho lvnet
1 - 1
two or three wooks n number of woll
known citizen havo died. Tho pro-
vailing ttrknoes seems to bo princ ipally
pnoutnonla.
Tim Jl'alKNIS TttOUPK.
It should ho remombirod that tbo cnlo-
b rated McOlnnls comic comody combina
tion Hppoara nt tho Atbeneum "this even
ing. .Mr. Chas. Mcfllnnio, tho lending
man of tbo troupe, is an actor nf ronsid-
lerablo fame, and bo is supported by an
excellent company of artists. Tho play
tor tins evening is "Wciideci yot nj
"Wife." AVo bespeak for tho troupo a full
houso.
a kksponsis.
To Mossr.. H. Hasonjaegor, H V Ilelxner,
Louis Uorbort, Jacob Kloo, John ICoo
hlnr, Jo.cph Hubcr, Jno A JCoobler, 11
Hobsackor, D Djrtingor, (leorgo Isen-
berg and Paul O Schuh.
Oknts and Fkiknds: How ebnll I
answer in regard to your I Ind oll'or of a
bcnollt, by 1110 unsought nnd unexpocted.
Your appreciation of tho llttlo 1 havo
so far dono for tho "Concordia." pleaecd
nnd surprised mo. I feel that to rcfueo
your gonorous oiior would no an insult to
you nil, nnd tboroforo I accopt it, nnd will
namo Friday evonlng, April 10th, ns tho
timo, nnd tho Atbonoum tho plnco whoro
tho concert shall tuko plnco.
Yours, in Friendship,
I. SoitMisiNnr.it.
mail wat kh.
Trnlns on noarly nil tho railroads con
terlny nt this point woro dolayod yojtor
day on nccount of tbo high wator. Tho
morning train on tho'Illlnois dontrnl was
dolayod several hours In consoquonco of a
break In tho truck botwoon Villa lUdgo
and PiilnHkl stations. Tho Mississippi
Central train was dotnincd on nccount of
a largo quantity of dirt having fnllon on.
to tho track nt tho blulls a few mlloa thin
sldoof Fort Jefferson. Tho track ot tho
Cairo and Vlnconncs road botwoon Thlr
tythlrd aud Thirty-fourth stroots is com
pltoly submorgod, "'o woro lnforniod
ymtorday that If tho wntor roso much
higher, w irk on thu extension of the Cairo,
A rkans'i ondj vjo--" ' ralfmsfl ,t lllr'd'e
Point, wnuldltavd to bo'Isf'ohtiMtnd'fo'r
tho present.
ArKITIIKIt UXHt'llNKR.
To Messrs. Chas. Onllghor, f Staat-.
Taylor, (Jeo. W Mclveaig, Voo"l Kit
tenbouse, Walter nyflop, V P Ilalll
doy noil oilier.
(Ienti.kmkm Yolt request wJurn
Isbcd In tbo city ppnri, for a petition
of "Cimlcrella," recently given nt tho
resilience of .Mr. Chas Oallghor, hoi been
fully considered by tl.a participants on that
occasion, nn.l they nm happy to respond
favorably, and annnnnco another per
formance for tho benefit of tbo Kptecoptil
Church organ fund, to bo given at tbo
Athoneum on tho 8th of April next.
Thoy will nlso sttto that it Is tho Inten
tion to ndd further to tho ovening'a enter
tainmnntby tho Introducllsn of other at
tractive features. 'J hanking you for your
omplimentory notice, wo are,
Very P.eipuctfullv, H. H. Candee,
" W. II. Mounts,
-II. F. OILAKRT,
In behalf of tho participants.
C.wno, Ills., March C, 1871.
TUB COUNTY COMMIXstONEK..
The quostion of paying tbo interest duo
on th S39,fXW of bonds Wsuud by tbo
county to tbo Cairo nnd St. Louis railroad
company In a! 1 of tho construction of
that road, was up beforo tho board of
county comrnlisloncu yesterday. Mr.
Vilon cU'ortd a resolution Instructing
tho f ounty treaiurer to withhold tho in
tcrest, but his resolution was not Agreed
to, .Messrs Fisher nnd S.tndors voting
against it. Mr. Fisher then otrercd n res
olution InBlructlng tho troasuror to pay
tho intorost on tho bond, wLIch wus
adoptod, Mr. AYilson voting In tho nega
tive. Mr, "Wilson nlo olTorcd n resolu
tion reciting, th'., .In Igo Or oil beiuj; n
director in tho Cairo nnd St. Lf.uii railroad
compnyl anH nti Interested party, It was
not propor that ho chould bo tbo cuitodian
of tho bonds now in bis hands as trustee;
and appointing County Treasure- .Martin
as trustoe of tho bonds in qtiottlon. Tho
Tho resolution was adoptod, McsT!. "Wil
son and Sanders voting for it. Mr. Fish
er stated that bo had not looked into tho
matter vory c&rofully, nnd was oxcused
from voting.
UtVKi: MATTEIM.
Tho ttsiraboat arrivals ut tbo port of
Cairo yesterday woro: Steamers Oracoy,
Columbus; Jim Fiik, lVIucah; Idlowild,
Evansvillc, Grand Tower, St. Lonlj. Tew
boats Gen. Andomon, St. Louif ; John
Gilmoro,andTug Vnnderburg, Oliio river.
Tho boats that dopartod were, Oraccy, Co
lumbus; Jim Fisk, Palucab; Idlcwi'd,
Evansvillc; Grand Tower, Memphis; Ma
ry Davage, St. Louis; Gen. Andmson, Me
tropolis; John Giltnore, St. Louis; and
tho Tug Vandcrhurg, for tlio South. Tbo
Ohio rlvor is ngain on a 'rampage, .'nnd
roflo about ton inches In tho 21 hours end
ing nt six o'clock last ovooing. Tho Mis
sissippi is rising at St. Louis, but not rap
idly. Tho weather yoatorJay was plou
ant and warm, llusinesa was n litllo more
active than on tho day prcvloiu Tho
tilj !-.. T)i--Art f... ..111 tnmhtm
hor landings nt Fort .IolTor..n, and
from proscnt indications it will bo
somo timo be for 0 sba will bo
ablo to mako her regular rounds, touching
at tbo old landing?. Tbo Cairo nnd
Evansvlllo packet, Idlowild, brought out
a modorato trip yoitorday. Tho John Gil
moro from Pittsburg, has threo barges of
coko, and two empty bargos for St. JjOuU.
Ono of hor barges contains M,WQ bunheln
cuko. .Inn Doau nnd Gcorgo Piirnaworlh
nro hor pilot. Natl Drew, an old timo
pilot, died at Suiithlatid, Kentucky, on
tho -Ith of this month. Tho tug Vander
hergbns five lumber boat in tow for the
South. Sho triod to mako a landing on
tbo opposltoelde of tbo river, but tbo cur
ront wsi two much for hor,nnd tbo puiied
down without landing.
II Y KKijl'EST.
A good tcmporanco friend to nti 3 us tho
following with tho request that wo givo
it spaco in our columns :
"i hat.i):ani;.mvlast dkisk."
r.Y i.ouisr. 1). ui-n.tM.
No, eoinraJ, 1 thatil you, not any forme.
My lt chain it men, li;ncifuin-aiil I'tufrr'l
I will go to my home and my cluldreu to-nlsht
With no funitt of liquor iliclr tpirili to Might,
An-.l with tears In my I v. ill brrf my pxir vilfe
To forgive me the wreck I have matte cf her hfet
"i never refined yonUfure!" It ilut pa't,
Tor 1'vedrink iiiyli.lKla.t, ho).,
J navcoraiiicinyia.tgiati
Just look at mc noir. bovs. In racs and iliMiraret
I Willi my Meaicil, hapsaid cy., nnd my red, LloateJ
lacei
Mark my fullering itep and rhy we.ik, psWrd hand,
And Ihe inaik on my brow that U v,orc than Cain'
brand:
I See my crounless old hat, nnd my elbows nnd knees
Alilc waillleil bv thekuil or chilled hv tho brrere.
.... .. t .. . ....
tviiT, even ine i niniren will hoot as I pats
inn i ve nronr my lasi kits, ijt-js,'
i luve uraiiK niy l.w i.ii
You would hardly hi-llcve, boys, to loot, at me now.
inai a inotner i suit nanu wa once prcs.a on iny
brou.
When she Lilted me, and bleascd mc, her ilnllnj, her
pnue,
K're the lay down loret by mydcHd father's side.
Hut with love In her eves, khc looLtd un to the kv.
ltiddlnf me meet her there, nnd whljptred, "Hood-
And I'll do it, God helplnct Your smile 1 let pasi,
l'ciirank my Jan ulass, lioysl
1 have drank my litit glsis.
Ah! 1 reeled home last night it was not very Lite,
rcri ii spent uiy uii sikpencu, aim lanuioru a won (
wait
i On n frllow who", left every cent In their till,
And lias pawneu ins last ueJ,ineir;couers io mi;
(Hit ihe torments 1 fell, and the puns I endured.'
I And I b.p:ed for one class just one would have
icnrcu;
I'.uttheyUekcdmeout doorsl I let that too pass,
ror i,vciiraiiK my ki-s,uoyrt,
1 have drank my lat glaul
At home, my pet Susie, u Ith her acft. colden hair.
I siw through tin window, hut kneeling in prayer,
l'tuiu her pale, bony hands, her torn sleeves were
uning down.
While her feet, cold and bare, shrank beneath her
scantgown;
And she prayed-prayed for bread, Just poor crust of
bread,
Forone crut on her knees my r" darling plead,
And 1 heard, with no penny to buy one. al.ifl
jitn rve iiraui. my last glass, no)i,
1 have drank mylaitglavsl
for J-usle. mv dailirE, mv wee slx-vear-old.
1 Though tainting with hunger anil shlverlni; with cold,
1 here, oil tlic iiaro Hoar, at!.ed tiol to l.le.s mr.
And slie said, "Don't cry, mammal lie will for you
1 1 believe what I aV for1" Then sphered, I crept
Awny irom inu u ,u; anil mat night, wnen 1 Slept,
Ncx my heart lay the pledge! Vest Muilel Let It
pass,
Hut I've drank my last glass, toys
1 have drank my fast glass!
I My dailing child saved me! Her faith and her bvo
I Arc iiMii to my dear saluted mother's above!
I w ill make her words true, or I'll die In thu race,
And sober I'll go to my last resting, elsccs
Ann sue snail kneel lucre, unu, weeping, manic oa
No drunkard lies under that dalsy-slrewnsodl
Not adion nioic of poison my lips shall c'r past,
l or I've drank my last glass, boys, .
1 havo drank my fast glass!
IIUHINESS MENTIONS.
Messrs It. Smyth is Co., taka thli
mothod of informing tho public that, do
lring to oloso out tho grccory branch of
thJr business, tbeyjvllj dhpoio of their
tok offancy grororle consisting of
ca'nnc.J goods, sausei plrkles, ete , at
;roally reduced prices. Person desiring
Cooilsof this kln.l will consult their own
intornsts by eallltig on them nttholr store,
No. CI Ohio levee. .13 tf
- Win. Khlora wishes to inform tho pub
if that ho has Just received a largo stock
f importod Frnnch calf and Morocco
Leather from Adolph Nirkcl, of Cincin
nati, direct Importers, and ho can thorn
foro warrant all his work to be of not only
tho bent manufacture, but of tho very
best material. Any one who delro lino
Hoots, Shoes or Gaitets will find It to
their interest to call on Mr. hhlert nt his
shop, i!0th street, nnd oxamino hie stock
nnd styles before ordering elsowhero.
1!03 3-l-lm
Poll OAS and Fleam lilting go to Ken
nlo'e Vulcan Iron works, Commercial
nvonuo, foot of Ninth slrea 9-10-tf
An old aud popular hotel for sale,
Terms easy. Enquire at this ollico.
213.3-7-31
LOST About two wooks ago, ono
FiTcii Ken Cai-k. Tho Under will be re
wardsd by leaving it ot J. M. Phillips'
wharfbont. 'Jl2.0-7.lt
Im Sale Ji!,0(iO in city scrip. For
salo in quantities to xuit tho ptircbasor
Apply to H. T. Ukroumi.
173-2-22.tf
FrtuiT farms for sale nt Villa Kldgo in
five to twenty acres loti, sot with tho
rhoiccst of fruit. Inquirer nt "Wilcox's
grocory. 1 78-2-2 l-12t
IlunnRR, tbo dry goods merchant, Is
now in Now York purchasing bis stock
of goods for tbo spring trade, Dofor
your purchase! until bo returns. 2-'J0 tf.
Mil. J. I!f no Kit is now In Now York
city selecting bis stock of spring goods.
Ho will shortly open as flno an assort
mont of goods as was over brought to
Cairo. 2-20-lf
Attention Faiimee?. "Wo havo a
small lot of tho -Urio movcablo point
steel plows, which wo aro now olloring at
cost to clofo them out.
bEKIlWAIVr, Outii ii Co,
tin ICO Commercial avenue
Mr. Uukoeii, tho cntcrprifiug dry
goods merchant, Is now In Now York for
tho purposo of purchasing bis spring
stock of goods. If you want good goods
at low prices wait till bis steel: arrives.
2-20 tf
Notice is ncroby given tnat I will pay
no bills for goods cold to any of tho om-
ployoo of The Oaiko Bulletin, cithor
or themeolvoa or for tbo tiro of tbo office
unloso tho tamo aro furnished on an order
Igncd by Mr. llurnott or royfolf.
12-i!0-ly Joruc H. OnsBLY,
For. Kent. Tho brick houso situated
cornor Third street and Commercial avo-
nuo. Tho houso has boon put in good re
pair throughout and Is well arranged for
a hotol or boarding housn, also rooms to
ronton Third Ktrnet. Inquire, of AVm.
-iTtlfiils. TV., r. M'm.A.1. .
...... -.u,,. o i'.-...
Ill; 2-3.tf
"WANTED A Nsw Steam AVasu
ee. A simple, cheap and cfloctlvo arti
cle for usa In every household. Great
profits made. Eights under tho patent
for salo low. Call at Planters' houso, CI
Ohio levee, Cairo, Ills., for four days.
Edward Hkck, Gonoral Agent.
210 M-7-2t.
1'AKTNEr. NYahtkii. A gentleman
without capital, but with fovernl yoarH
oxperiouco and thoroughly acquainted
with tin. business, is desirous of forming
u partnership in the Hide, Fur and
Lcatlior busimua in Colro, with rotno ono
who can fnrninh a capital of say ?5,000.
Aiblrcpp, drawer 227. t -19-1-lS-tf
Mim; "WAtioM. I will commenco run
ning a milk wagon on Monday morning
Pobruary 23. 1 will continuo it all sum
mer, and respectfully solicit ydur patron
ago. Milk will bo delivered to any ono
in tho city, daily morning and ovoning.
Orders may bo given to tho .driver of the
wagon or loft at my loo stand, No 81 Ohio
lovoe. GvomiK Yocr.u.
lC'.).2.21-tf
Tun barhor ti'uop M on .ho rnrnor ol
Eighth Btreot and t'ummercial avonuo
whero J. Goorgo Stionhouio with bU gen
tlemanly assistants can bo found at any
hour of tbo day or night, ready to sootho
your foollngs with a smooth ehnvo, or cool
your tomper and bead with a good sham
poo. It is a flrst-claff shop, and you aro
atiro of receiving llret-clau treatment.
Ladies' and chlldron'ii hair cut or curlod
aftor tbo most approved r-lyloe. 8-16-tf
"Wr. havo something now in tho way of
half-slicot posters, which wo think aro
just tho thing for tho eprtag trade. Thoy
consist of m dlllcront designs, litho
graphed, with mortises and margins for
printing. Two ot tho cuts aro sultablo
lor any business j tbo othor four for boots
and shoos, photographers, druggists and
dry goods. Wo havo hut ono hundrod of
ouch cut, and will furnish them printed at
Cincinnati prices. Wo havo also some
fancy cards. Tho "languago of llowors,'
ton designs; "Hoquot," twolvo designs;
Opera," four designs and '."Comic" cards
twenty-four doelgtis which wo furnish
printed ut $10 to ,!? 12 por M, Cincinnati
pricos. Who wants , thorn ? Don I all
npoak at onco. ' , lC3.2-19.3t
Ollico of Circuit Clerk and Kecordor, St.
Gonoviuve, Mo. March, 1871. To all
whom th ceo prosonts shall come.
I, tho ttndorsighed, horoby certify that
1 havo soon A. It. P. Ilockor's stoam wash-
or in operatlou, and found It to bo ono of
tlio most porfect and usoful of all wasn
era I havo ovor soon. A person can do a
largo family washing completely In two
hours and a-half without using any morq
tonp. fit ol. etc, than usual. Thoro la no
hard work of rubbing wanlod. It there
fore can bo done by any woek or ilolcly
person, otborwise not ablo to do tbo vftilv
Ine at all. Clothing will not bo worn by
rubbing and will, undoubtedly, wear
double tho tlmo than if wuhod by naqa
210 3-7-21 Jok Uauman, Clerk.
I'on Mai k. A six octave, second hind
piano, for 7f. Aiblress Max. ItoJlerj
enro of Paul Sehuh's drug store.
i!07..1.fl fit
A oRiNii ham. will bo given by the
Cairo Casino on Kaster Monday, at John
School's Hall. H. V. i!i.r.Mn,
Secretary.
jos-o.nt.
DicT.ntQUENT Land Tat. JJtmembor
that taxes on all lots and lands hecomo
delinquent an the tenth of March.
A inc. H. Invm, Bbctiir.
20C-3-C-41
FOR SALE.
Second-class clothing, watchoi, jowclry,
pistols, Ate., bought and sob, upposito
Cairo nnd Vinconnes rallroail dopot.
2-27-tf M. Ootne
WILCOX
Ten pounds of brown sugar for $1; 8
pounds best coll'co sugar at 31; pounds
of cholco buttor at $1; 10 coots for lard;
Imperial ten at $1; potatoes 30 cents per
pock; 3 lbs cofieo $1, npplos 40 cents, at
Wilcox's lllcck. 107 IM-lra
FOlt SALE.
Two JJattorios of two Hollers, each '2
feot long, 2 Inch Dram, 1! 14 inch Flues
with flro fronts. Mud and Steam drum
Safety and Mud valvos, Chimney and
Uritchin, all completo and In first-class
onlorf; been used only threo months. Fo
price, etc., inquiro oi J. t. uennik,
v-j-i-u. vuicnn iron Work?.
P.KAL ESTATE FOlt SALE.
Lot No. 2 In block 17, tint addition,
with a two-story frame house fronting on !
Commercial nvonuo, and tbroo lots (38
3'.) nnd 401, namo block, fronting on Sov
ontcentU street, aro oflorcd for snln nt a
bargain. Apply on tho promises, cornor
Seventeenth and Commercial avenue.
lC0-2-'J0-lm F. M. Waiip.
THE ST. CHAHLES HOTEL.
Tho undorslgnoi having resumed tho
management of the ahovo hotol, trust by
strict attention to business, to tho wants
and comforts of their guests, to merit tho
ronowod favor of their old patrons and the
Unvoting public in general.
Tho Saint Charlos will at onco undergo
a thorough ronovation, and bo much im
proved in all its uppointmonU.
Good samplo rooms and spoclal rates for
commercial travelers.
All baggago for guests convcyod to and
from tho hotel frco of chargo.
Jewett "Wilcox & Co., Proprietors.
tf
PUBLIC SAliE.
1 will loll myentlro stock of tho best
of Hoof, Pork, Veal, Mutton, Poultry,
lluttor, Eggs, Lard, Irish Potatoes, Swoot
Polatoos, Apples, Flour, Moal, Spiced
Hoof, and tho boat of Corned Hoof. Tho
salo will commonco at & o'clock in tho
morning and continue until nino at night
each day for nino months, Sundays ox
coptod. I havo also 180 acres of tbo best
of cotton land to soil or oxchango for Cairo
property. I also want eovoral good agonts
to soli frilit troos. All of thotabovo will
bo ntp'ninod by calling on S. Patterson,
" Nmih ml "Walnut strools, as
thero is tbo plnco tho Palo of tho moat and
vegetables will bo mado. Jt2 1-31-lm.
Cairo, 11U., Jan. 30, lB7t.
Sl'KCIAb NOTICES.
KIILKRS,
IJoot and shoo maker, Twcn It street, bo
tueon Wasldnglnu avenue and Poplar
ttrccl.is prepared to make boots ana kboea
In tho latest and most fashionable nIjIch.
Ho will mako tliom tn order, old or now
t-tylon to suit ctietomcrH, out of the b:t .and
freshest xtock, ot whle.h ho always ,1ms', a
good supply on baud from which to mako
selections, All fitting ot hoots and shoes
.mado by Mr. Killers is dono in Ida own hhop
no foreign fitting bolni' used by him.
Givo him a call, and ho will give you eatls
faction. 0B8TA0fiHS TO MARRIAGE
Happy relief ror young mon from tho ef
fects ol errors and utilises In early life. .Man
hood restored. Impediments to marriage
removed. Mew method of treatment. Mew
aud remarkable remedies. Hooks and fir.
hilars sent free, lit f-calud envelopes. Ad
dress, Howard Association, Mo. 2 South
Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa. an Institu
tion having u high reputation lor honoruhlo
ondilrtand iiro.aulonsl skill. 11D-8 d.tw.lm
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
J.EOAL XOTRK.
AVhercas, Mathow D. Ouiiter, did on tho
hovontll day of October A. D IS7'-', execute
and deliver to Henry I..II:illlil.ty a .Sain Mort
gage of that date upon tlio premies herein
nUerdeerlheil, whlcll was recorded lathe
lleeorders ntlleo of Alexander County 1111
iinls, on the 17th day of October A. D 1872,
In j ultimo . of records of Sale Mortgages
no page (lll)oiio hundred and eleven, and
which was given to secure a certain proml
wry note, mado by paid Mathew D. (luutcr,
of even dato with said Halo .Mortgage to ihe
older of llemy I.. Ilalllda), tut iho sunt of
twenty Iho hundred dollars, payable llurly
tlavs after tho dato thereof, with Inloiv-I
from dato until paid at ten per cent, per
annum.
And whereas, tho said Ilenrv I,, llnllldav
dld on tho 2."d day of January, A. D 1ST i,
lor aluo received, u-lgn said note and salu
Mortirago to tho iinileiigued J. II. Clay.
Ami w hereas tieiauit has noon made in the
navment of said liromlsorv note ami the In.
tere-t ac'iucd thereon.
And whereas It is nrov ded In ta d Sale
Mortgai;t, that In delault of tho payment of
sain noitior any puniiiereoiaei'orinngio ino
tenor and oll'et't thereof, tho said Ilenrv I..
Hallidav of Ids legal representatives mav ar
terhsvinjfaihertlsed said t-alo lllteen days
In a uewsMDcr nulilUhed In Cairo. Illinois.
or by posnng up written or printed notices,
I
u lour pt ices in inu county wnero said
premises 110 nltllate, may sen the aal.l prein-l-es
or anyipurl Ihcrcof, to the highest, bid-
tier lor eishattho eourt-hon-o door in the
city of Ciifo, Illinois, at tho timo appointed
111 sui'ii iiiiTuriiMiinui,
Now tlici'foro not leo Is hereby hi'cn that
on Woduo-lay Ihe 18th lay orMimli, ;. ij
lh7l,iittenocWkA..M.,of that day, at the
froiiL do of Ihe court-house- In
Cairo, lllfiols. I shall at sell at mibllo
.,,,.iinn tohe hhr best bidder for easlt. t ho
fnllowlng ewrlped property, to wit t Lots
numhereiMx (II), seven (7) ami (8) eight, In
block lumbered threo (!)), In tliu first addi
tion to tliucity of Cairo tho eslato il.eecln.
being ai e-tato for tho term ot
live (M years, conuneiiclng on the
ninth day, of Mareh, A. D., 1871, un
der and by virtue of tt lea-o bearing dato
March tifith, A. D., 1871. executed by N
Slants Tailor and Edwin Parsons, 'IriMees
or the Calo City Properly, to Peter A. Con
nut mid lit said Peter A. Coliant, with tlio
ivrltlen rnnsent of Slllll TllvUll' llllll PlUSOIlS
assigned td said Mathow D. Uuiiter on the
illst day oCMay, A. I'., 1H72. together wtilt
.... .... t..,....,,,..,iu tlu.rnn lieloiiL'Intrto tho
said Muthow D. Ountcr. or oycry klml and
:,v . ....... in. lii.lliiL' m l llxturea. en-
gino boilers, burrs, and other fixtures amicr.
talnlng iuidbcloiigliife' to tho mi l
Dated March 2d, A. D., 16. 1. M-u-.Mot.
PHIL. H.
Wliolcs.ilo
CONFECTIONER
And ilnnufncturcr of
HOME-MADE CAM)IES
102 CSommevoial Av.
TjCaOrders from Abroad Promptly Attended to.
LMPItOVEMKNTS IN
DENTISTRY
Dn. (i. i:. DnfOLAi. heins .Ictcniilned to
excell In every Denial operation, hare
Hied sail rcftiniMicd his Dental Parlors, No.
7, ElgTlth Mrei't, nnd Is now reeelvini: from
S. .S. White it John-nti. of Philadelphia,
ncinl-weekly, tho latT,'et aml'tluc-t anit
ment of Dcntnl (..mjiIs ever ollered in tld
i lly, and a" good ns can be found 111 the
largest cme.
BEAUTIFUL GOLD FILLINGS
.Made .upccl.-illty.iiot anyof the Miff, niNer.i
lile, ("ptuigy work that drop out. leaving
teeth evil, filed, decolored, and often de
stroyed,
I'erteci (ioiueii t.cm" put inns --oii.i ami
durable as the -welted metal lt'clf.
Children's Teeth.
Special attention trivet, to Iho treatment ol
Children's Teeth. Parents by having their
t'liilieii's Teeth I'.Mtmiueil oeuasionally,
would mvo them much etillcriiig and de
formity in after joarr..
Dr. Douglas aIo gives Particular attention
lo Mechanlml DcntUtrv. li;i ln-i'ctli.il the
rlaht totiv. Dlt. HYATT'S FATENT (iOI.I)
AND ltCllltKlt COMIIINATION PLATE,
which lias licen thnroiishly tested and ap
proved by Ihe best Dentists In the Ea-t, and
beyond a doubt, tho hct and firmest artifi
cial plate now in u-e,
Teeth extracted without pain bv the ue
of .Nitrous Oxide Gas, which la perfectly 'tiro
whcrcjiidiclou-lv ndinliil-terc.l,
O. I.'. Docoi.as.
LAWYEHN.
WIJiLIAM J. ALLEN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OAIKO, ILLIMOIB.
OlHooovor Ffrut National hank. " .'I-llU'Jni
AJ-u.f m.'.l. V WiiHHLKIC
ATTORNEY & CIIUNSKl.Olt AT LAW
OAIKO, ILLINOIS.
Ollico over First National tiank. fi-IMm
John II. filiilhey.
MULICKY
AITOJtJVEYS
W Ilium (. Mulkey
&. HON,
AT LAW
OAlltO, ILLINOIM.
Olrteii: Eighth stmctj hetwoou Cnmmer
tiatniiii WHsiiiugton Mtunieu.
Ml tf.
(IlliilCN A UlLJtlillT,
AT'fOItN KYd
OOIIJUIJCLOHa AT LAW,
WillUui ll.tiroa, 1
Willis.ru II illltirl, V UllltO, II.I.INOIU,
Miles K. Ollsert, J
4rripaial Httutlon l.on lo Ailml.slly sod
slrtuiu.st l.iuiltets.
rriim omoLuvnu.iiooutt 7 and Hovhb
"HTVMi'eioHAt. nils ii
FJ NE ariLLlNKUY GOODS
I'ltlCHII 1'Al.I. MTYI.KN.
M1!S. M . JAUKSON,
(Formerly Mrs. Swandcrs,)
announces that slio has Jutf opened a ltri;o
assortment of tho
NEWEST,
M08T FASHIONAI1LE,
AND HANDSOMEST
Mtllltiory Ooods toue lotuid in tlio market
She will keep on hand
Hath, Uonnktb, Flowers, IUhiiok,
Diikss TniMMiKOit or All Kinds,
Lahikh FuuNisntKO Goods, N'otionh,
Collahb, UNnxnaLKKVKH, Knrr.s,
And all goods found in millinery stores, all
ot which will bo disposed ol at tho lowest
cash prices, Mrs. Jackson respectfully
asks a continuation of tho pataonago which
has been no liberally bestsowed upou her by
the ladles of Cairo and tho vicinity.
liUHHEtl.
WHITE UOLLAR PLANING MILL.
K WALTKHM. lruprletor,
oilisius
HARD awd BOFr LUMBER
AMD
LATH BUINULKS, OKDAH POSTS
LAT 1)00118, 8AHU, 1ILINDH
OBDKBS BOLIOITIiD.
ST1AM10AT LUMBIB,
ruralshad oa alorUt bomm.
omnetoial ithuo, between Toot M
BteTBBVU WW"
SAt!F,f
autl Retail
CAIRO, II
146-13-1-1
IHNUKABCB
C. N. IIUGHES,
GENERAL
INSURANCE AGENT
OFKICK:
Uhl's.
Ohio I.ovcc, OTer Mathuu A
fcaT"iVo)ie but Pint-Class Compani
RriiTttenttd.'Stt.
INSURANCE)
INrAUUHIB 1UI.
yAFFOKJJ, MOKKI8 ft (JAND1B,
INSURANCE A.GEKTS
n Ohio lvtivMs
CITT NATIONAL DANK BV1LDIXO
OAIKO, ILLS,
Tho oldost established Ageney In Southern
Illinois, roprosontlng over
SG5,000,000 00 1
ol tbo best Insurane Capital el tk
United Ktalni.
BOOK Bill B MM.
PATilONIZK
HOME TR-IDKI
BULLETIN BINDERY,
ix M.r virtinh itreet and Waafclagto Ave
J. C. HUELS.
(Late of St. Louts,)
rROPJUlTOH
HOOK BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
MANUKAOTOBKR
ULAN K HOOK.4oreverydoi1ptsOdo
with neatneaa and iUDatciu All klsvda !
ruling dona at abort aotice. JHblee, :Htte.
Masaztnet ana renoaicaBS do una Dtai aaa
at tbo lowest possible rate.
County work, such aa Kecordl, Docket
I'ee Uooka, Ulanks, etc.. made apeclaltT.
lloxcs, l'oukci Uooks, Envelops, etc., made
to order. l.U.
MISSOURI STATE LOTTERY.
LXOALIZMD BT BTAtB AUTBOEITT AMO
Dhawm xm Pvatia i Br. .Lera.
Grand Single JN amber Soheae.
60,000 MtTMBlM
Olais O, to be UaawH Hareh 81, 1874
6,880 Prizes, Amounting to 9300,000.
1 lrtfQt......teOM
l or...., li.iiol
oa Trt$ Me
" t.-. l,ae
e r. Me
t or mo
e as . nt
M " tf,. limn Me
M oT... 1M
1m of-.., ne
KO OInMHH. W
i " or. . iv,ow
I of.... T,W
or...M. 1,000
4 " ol.... 1.601
o or........ 1,009
jo or....... eoo
40 " of.u MO
Tickets 10; Half Tlokek, Qurter
Our lotUrlsa ar ahartand bv tka Was, era
always drawn at tbe Urn suuMd, aa4 U tti
iuift r uadr she ipparilaloa ot rvoiaetsa;
ara
oDr
1110
'l-heomolaldrawifi vUl oWtab(4 tm w
Si. Iiuls m tsars and a soit of drawsaa sill t
inirch.iMr oftfokata.
- We will draw alsallar flhma thm iaat dmm at
over)- montn durtof tba fmt UT.
utiHitaionrniK or iiswmi mumm OTttS",
rcnl.icicd lottr,
, draft or axBfeae. S)mi Skrotr
MUBRAT. MILLS A OA.
P. O. box tttie. li. Loais, Mo.
IT IS 1TOT TTiAJ
THAT
DR. HULTZ
IB DKAD.
UK IN NTIU. LIVIS AM IM CAM
Ills offlco and dlspeaaery sat
NO. 22 EIGHTH STREET,
ll-s. SJOinniArnlAl ind SV .mln-fnii ivi.nu
lrirer oWce pmUee.lAail esiy Mrw
siclau,troatU)KaUiana
ot thohumantiyitem.il
all dlseaaoa of ue aku,
ft i tan uiiuuiM eji" r. .
wuuou tuTe use'ot a Untie, 5 c-E
by the appUcaUon of l,ii5?lCMe
L&roVS
tlB. . .... ,v..t . BbTlletMl 1
aaes for twenty-two y
''Tu r.oa.ulUlbH- eedU4l.

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