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THE CA1U0 DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, MARCH 10, 1874.
LOOM. WEATHER 11EP011T.
onflBiivmi'flOKKicK, Caiko, III., 1
.March 7, 10:11 tun., IK7I. J
Therniomoti'r, Ki degree.
Wind N. W. Velocity H mtlcs por hour.
Maximum temperature lor lait 21 hours,
Minimum temperature (or the lnitiU hours,
Prevailing wind for last 'IS hpurt, . W
Total numhor or miles traveled by wind
during Uit'it hours, '!!.!.
Total rainfall durln; thu but ill houis
Observer Hiunal Service, II. H. A.
ILLINOIS OKNTRAI, ItA 1 1.KOA I).
HIAINN LKAVII CAIIIO.
Mall at a.m., Daily.
Kxprnnsat n.00 i.m., "
f reight ut -l:0i) a.m., .uvi-cpt iiimday
F reight at ...1IW a.in...... "
KreUbt at . i:0) p.m.,. . "
Alllll K A 7 (.'AtltO.
Mall at 'J:ir, a.m... .Dally
l.xprcssat ...,'J;flD p.uj.,....eYijcjit Sunday
Freight at . .'.1.10 a. in except .Monday
Kiell'ht at 7:10 p.m., except Huiiday
Frelght ut 10:05 p.m " '
ltrt-'MT-tl. .Iamk.s .loiiNrtoN, Agent.
THK CAIRO AND VINUKNNKS
miaxiii: or rim:.
On and alter Sunday, I liiuuiy '11, lb" I,
train will run an follows:
( alro, leavo , fcMj
.Mound City, leave tv.'ll
Harrl-burg, Ii-atu 8:l!i
N'orrM City. lento !):ir,
Carml, arrive !t:.V)
'aniil, Irate 10:00
Cirayvllle, Iraw Uhlo
.Mount I'anncl, leave.
A liiremii"., leave l'J:i"i
O. A:.M.,luiictl'iii, nrrlve.l'JiTi
I: I.', a:m.
Junction, leave.. 7:l."
Mltililit Car'inel.icaVe.'..' KtSi
liraywue, leau umh
annl, nrrltc 10:)
annl, leave I0:l(t
Noni City. leave 10:4 1
lenna, h au I:l7
Jlouiul ( llv, Ic.iU' J:I2
" alro, arrne DM
MOUND C1TT ACCOM MOI'ATION.
Leave Cairo at 11:30 a.m. and I:1." p.m.
Leave .Mound City atl2:p.iu.andG:10p.m.
Freight train Mop over night at Cannl;
run from tliero as mixed train, leaving at
4A'i a.in ; leaving Vim-cnrie-i at 7 p.m. the
i-aiiic evening for rr'tuni trip.
At Cairo with the .Ml-i-ippi Central,
ilnbllc anp Ohio, for all points -nut; Cairo,
Ark'ani and Texa-, lor all point- hi Arkan
sas and Tcxh.
A', Vlnccnncs: Indianapolis and Vincenncs
rauway lorlndlanapolts und all points north,
rat ami west; with Kvnnstille and Craw
fordkvlllc railway for Knnslllc,TcrraiIautc,
H.imlllc, Chicago and all points north, eat
and we-t; with Ohio and .MI.-MMlppI rail
a ay Tor St. Louis, Louisville, Cincinnati and
all point cast and west.
At Norris City cronlnt' the Springfield
and UllioU Soutueastcrn railway.
L. W. Palmer, Gon'l Sup't.
., P. "Wilson, Oon'l Paisongor, Act.
L'AIJIO, ARKANSAS AND TKXAS
AND CAIRO AND FUL
'I'lio fliorlett and only direct routo from
Cairo to Jacksoupott, Llttlo Itock, Hot
.-rinf;, Fulton, and all points In Arkansas
mid the .Southwest, and (ialu'ston, Houston,
D.illas, Auatln ami all polntt In Texas
TWKI.VK HOUItS IN ADVANCi: J)K
'I'hrouKh ticket)1, through hills of lading,
nnd Inrormatlon at to freight rat"n, pas
.eliyer fare, connections, t., can he oh
i.ilned at the coinp inj'M nllico In Winter'))
iliicW, corner of Seventh street and Com
liaekH will call at prlvato IrcsldcnccN and
hoteU for jia'M.ont'crs', whon ordern are lelt
KU'KKtit rulluian palace bloepln can mi
.ill nielli trains.
Trains run dally, (Sunday o.ceptcd)rrom
the Cairo Olllco an followit:
i.eao (iruentluld'H . .M u in und 1:0.", p.m.
AraUu atCireenlield'.s 0:17 m and.1::w p.m.
KXPltKSS UUNS KAII.V
Leaves Orecnllcld's iWhp. in,
Arrive at Orecnfluld's 1:10 p.m.
1). AXTKI.I., Chlof KiiKlnour.
WJLLIAM .1. AI.I,KN,
ATTORNEY AT hAVV
Olllceovor Kind National bank. S-lC-3ra
SAMUEL I'. WHKKLKR,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW
Olllco over First National hank. R-IIVIm
John 11. Mulkey. Wlilam C. ilulkoy
MULKKY St SON,
"ATTORNEYS AT LAW
onicot KlphtU Btreot, hotweon Commor
Olil ntull 'atuinijion uvenuos.
UttKEN & GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
M William H.Oroen, "I
Wf OTBpeoUt atUntton Rlren to Admltiltr and
rrxos oaio litbn,boomb 7 ahd 8 ovxa
1-LlAHrRi SMITH, jr. D.
hctwetn Wai)lrKbii' vomio und Walnut
'.troot. 01Uco-l2i';0'mraorelal nvcnuo, up
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
U'ANTRimt tlio Ht. Olmrles hotol, two
vliniiiheriimliU. Nono need apply union
they thoroughly tindnntanil thn builnoaa
and can hrlng yood rcfcroncci", Liberal
wi;(fl paid. 'JM-I T-tf
l.O.H. V., to-nIKi7l. "V. K,
i!2.n-10.t il .. W.
TllliKi: and oru.v threo inoro day board
oraean )m taken at tho til Uharlra. This U
thn Imt opportunity at tlin rmlucod rntot
OI!lt ItOIJ.NII-AIIOIlT I'DCKCT,
fiborlll' Irvlti ami Duputy I'itr.urnld
woro kept busy yeitorday In raking In
Crueribacka for tatti.
Tho funoral of thalato Michael .Marnel,
which occurred on .Sunday nftornoon, wai
one of tho largeit wo over i&w In Cairo.
Tho funeral train coniltted of II vo car,
all of which woro closoly crowded with
frienda of tho ducoarod.
JUUUK (IP.KKN'rt I.r.CIUIIE.
Judge Ureen'a lecture Init night In tho
li Igh feliool building was. liitefied to by
very largo audiauco of thu elite of tho city,
ro.morrow we ihnll c'ivo a more extended
notico of tho lecture, und tho exorcises at
tending It, all of which wore very Inter
3tlD;. MOt.DK.V WKriblNO.
On next Sunday evening Air. Charlci
Witttng and wlfa will colubrato their
goldun wedding. Mr. and Mri. Wlttig
woro married on tbi 15th day of March,
1824. Thli old couplu aro now in tbeir
ovunty-third yoar, both having boon born
on tho lith day of Novcmbor, 1801.
Tho board of county cotnmisilonori con
cluded their flrat roiaion yeiterday. Tho
lait hours of tho acailon wero, in a small
way, to bo compared with tho la.it hour or
tho lata LouiaUna lecialnturk Hut at
uiual, thoro waa a calm aftor tho storm,
and thu inambors toon regained their
At Ilackcntack, Now Jcrioy, yester
day (Monday; morning, Mr. John 11.
1'aulison. Tho dcccaad waa tho father of
Mra. V. V. l'itchor of this city, who loft
for Now Jenny on Sunday afternoon,
hoping to arrlvo in time to seo her father
nlivq. Vcsterdoy morniDg tho family re
ceived a tdlogram announcing his death.
Mrs. l'itchcr will probably arrive in timo
for tho funeral.
Somolimo during tho latter part of
Saturday night or oarly Sunday morning,
burglars effected an enteranco Into Mr.
I'at. Fitzgerald's aamplo room and car
ried away covoral boxes ot fioo cigars,
a quantity of tobaco, and some
flno liquors. Tbo aamo night Mr.
Leo Kleb's oitabliebmont on
on Sixth (troot was broken into, and bit
tho money thoro was In tho drawer io
curcJ. The ontnranco into Mr. Kieb'e
waa mado by cutting a holt) in u pain of
glass In tho door with a diamond. So fur
no cluo to tho thieves has boon ob
tained. Cnuiicri MATTTU-S.
At tho mooting of the 1'resbytorian
Church on Sunday evening eight persons
presented tbcmtelvcH for church mem
bership and woro rocoivod. About forty
persona havu united themsolvcs with tliii
church during tho past two months.
Tho meeting at tho Methodist church
last night was attondod by a largo numbor
of people. Tho attendanco was, wo bc
lloyo, larger than on any other ovnnlng
hi n c thn rovlval has been in progrors.
(iruat intorest was taken in tho exercisee,
and several gontlauien who, u few weeks
ago, wero looked upon as among the
lurdcnod sinner" of tho community,
but who havo bean converted slnco the
mcotingii began, related their oxpori-
enre. Thoro toami to ho ii ditposition to
keep up tho revival until thn last of tho
tribe of rinnitri shall bo gathered to thu
Win. Khlora wishes to inform tho pub-
lio thut ho has just rocoived a largo stock
of Imported Krench calf and -Morocco
I.natliar from Adolph Nickel, of Cincin
nati, direct importori, and ho cau thoro
foro warrant all his work to bo of not only
tho best manufacture, hut of tho very
host material. Any ono who desires lino
Hoots, Shoes or Gaiters will find it to
their interost to call on Mr. Klilors at his
shop, 120th street, and examino his stock
and styles heforo ordering olsowhoro.
I. O.S.T., to-night. W. 15.,
221.3.1Mt " Q. Z. W.
K. Smyth fc Co., desiring to close
out their stock of fancy grorerlcs, havo
concluded to soil tho remainder at auc
tion, commencing on noxt Thursday
morning. Tho goods consist principally
of canned goods, such as ponchos, toma
toes, corn, otc, etc. This is as tlno a stock
of goods of the kind m can be found nny
whoro in the city. Tho auction will bo
held at thoir storo on Ohio lovoo. In tho
futuro Mossrs. Smyth cc Company in-
toed dealing in liquors olono, and of
which thoy havo a largo comploto
stock. 222 3-10-tf.
Mr. T, Lowla has boon in tho city since
Mr. T. F. Houton of the Jonosboro
'Uiir.otto' was In town yostorday.
-Col. S. S. Taylor is In Now York
city. It Is oxpoctod ho will return sorne
tlmo nort weolf.
Uapt. Ooorgo M. Dugon, of Jlolivar,
Tonnessoo, lirothor of Capt. Dugan of the
stoamorT. l' Eckort,ls In tho city,
Protnlnont among tho arrivals at tho
St. Oharlos ycslorday woro II. Mooro, Cin
cinnati; W. L. Wlllor, Louisvlllo; 8.
Loyy, Ilolone; John Kirby, New Orlonnsj
Dudloy Urcon, Evansvllloi T. B. Blako
and wifa, Texas; Jamos Ilarwood, Now
Orleani; Alox. Smith, Leavenworth; A.
I'lant, Urownsvlllf, Texni,
Tho Ohio rlvor roso llttlo ovor nliht
Thnro will bo a rogular tnoellni; of
city council this ovontng.
Tho noxt regular term of tho county
court for general hualnoss will rommoneo
Tho late hoavy rains did little or no
damago to tho ombanknionts of tho Cairo,
Arkansas and Texas Itailroad.
1. O.H.T., lo-rilght. W. K.,
22l.:M0.lt O.. 'A. It.
A drunken man created cnnsldorablo
oicitemnnt on Walnut near Twolfth
street yostorday evening. Ho was locked
up by Chlof Mcllalo.
Work on Mr.). Wulter's new brack
building Is boin pushed along as rapidly
as posslblo, Tho first story abovo tho
foundation will be up In a day or two.
Tho McUlnnis theatrical troupe gavo
anothor ontortalnment at tho Athoneum
last evonlng. Thu audlnnco was vory
small and tho receipts not enough to
Jim ,'lummerwell, tho champion
house-mover of Illinois, has tho contract
for moving tho framo building at tho cor
nor of Futh street and Commorctal av,,
occupying tho (Ito upon which Mr. Wm.
Kluge proposes to build a handaome two
'tory brick busineis houio. Th old build
ing will ho removed to one of tho vacant
lots owned by Mr. Klugo on I'oplar, be
tween Klgbteonth and Nintotnth street.
1'r.icK Cukrknt Opvicn, 1
Monday Evo., March P, 1874.
There Is no change to nolo in tho gon
oral market, l'ricos hold tlrm In corn,
ott, otc , but speculators aro out of the
market and transactions aro limited. A
largo part of receipts of grain is forward
ed to southern markets, tho business hero
being confined to a small ordor trade that
Is too light to carry It oil In any othor
way and provont tho market becoming
Buttor Is wearker to-day, although tho
demand for cbolco is very much in excess
of the supply. Tho fact is prices havo
been held cntlroly too high for this sea
son of tho yoar and thers must of neces
sity bo a decline. Eggs, too aro stocking
up and as tho woather is growing warmer
prices aro going down. Thoro Is a fair
demand for livo poultry but d rested Is
bolow par. Not much comes In.
Flour movos very slow with llttlo or no
indications of an improvement In tho
market soon, although some of our largost
dcalors consider tho protont aspect of tbo
market as decidodly bettor. Bates aro
steady and unchangod at 1G(J30 to Now
Orleans and 12 J26 to Momphii. Choose
havo advanced to 1619e for choice Now
York factory, I'rovislons aro Armor with
indications of a little raoro activity dur
ing tho present month than was marked
during tho past thirty days.
Day Correspondents should bear In
mind that our quotations represent pricos
for round lots from first hands, unlosi
otherwiso statod, and that in filling small
orders, higher pricos must bo paid.-tDa
FLOUB Tho demand is modora'.o, and
pricos aro held about tho samo as last
week. Sales woro 100 bbls XXX spring
G 10; COO bbls various grades G 50 8 75
100 bbls various grades 5 oOS CO; 100
bbls X J 75; 100 bbls various grades 5 00
MS 00; 200 bbls various grados C 00
a 00; 100 bbls XXX spring, on track,
G -10; 100 bbls XXX winter, on track,
G 60; .100 bbls various grados 1 7CS 00
HAY Dull and unchangod. Tho de
maml, what little tliero is, is confined to
strictly choice, of which very llttlo comes
in. Sales since last roport wero 1 car
choicodol 15 00; 1 car common mixed
dol 1- 00; 1 car prairio dol 10 00; 4 cars
mixod dol 11 00; 1 car red-top del 12 00;
1 car choice timothy dol 1G 00.
COKN Most of the receipt of corn
are forwarded to tin southorn market for
want of buyers hero. Holders are vory
firm, but tbo demand is small, speculators
bolng out of tho markot and orders como
in slowly. Wo note sales of 3 curs whlto
in burlaps, dol. CSc; 1 cur white, sacked
and dol CSc; 1 car yollow, sacked and del
G7c; 1 car whito suckod anil dul 08c; 1 car
old white In howy sacks dol "Or; 2 cars
soft now mixed In hulk on track 55c.
OATS Tho market Is dull but pricos
uro firm at C2c in sacks and 4G in bulk for
Southorn Illinois mixod. Northern mix
od aro quoted onecont ovor those figures.
Wo nolo salos of 3 cars Southorn Illinois
mixod, sackod and dol 62c; 4 card South
orn Illinois mixod, sackod and del 60c; 1
car do do COJc; '1 cars Southorn Illinois
mixod, sackod and dol 52c; 2 cars do do
In bulk on track 4Cc; 10 cars Northorn
mixod sackod and dol C3o.
OOBN MEAL Firm and unchanged.
Tho supply Is vory small and demand
good. Hales woro ii cars steam driod guar
anteed 3 30; 300 bbls steam dried del
HRAN Scarco and firm quoted at 1C
17 00 dol in car load lots.
BUTTER Choice Is quotod 25 to 403
per pound, but tho markot Is woakoning,
Prices havo boon held too high for tbo
ssason and tho markot and a docllno must
come sure and soon. Sales, 10 packages
choice ranging in prico from !10to 38c;
800 lbs do, 28 to 30c.
EGGS Tho markot ii fully suppliod
and pricos aro woak quotod to-day at 13o
ehippor's count. Sales, COO dor.on, 14c;
300 dozon, 14c ; 400 do.on, l3Jc ; 60 boxos,
ihippor'i count, 13l3Jc,
l'OULTBY Tho markot Is steady and
unchangod. Dressod poultry is out of tho
markot, tho soason bolng over. Choice
llvo bona and mixod cbickoni find a ready
markot for all rocoipts at 2 76:) CO.
OUIOKENS Sales 3 coops mixed,
2 76; 2 coops cholco mixed, 3 00; 4 coops
cboica bor.fl. 3 003 CO.
TURKEYS Sales 10d lbi drossed' ut
10o; 2.ooods livo, 9 00 to Vi ,00.-r
APICES Tho domand for cholco con
tlnuos goodjwlth nono offering. Wo note
tales of 40 bbla Southorn Illinois, 4 "0
BEANS We noto-li of 10 Ml
Navy at ii 002 a&per tralliol. " '
rOVISIONS(JuoSod, D H. clour
sides, 88j do O. B. sldM, 73($l; do
thoulderA. OfiAOl. Mom pork tlor,0.
.'11081, 000 lbs shouldors D. S. Cjc.
COTTON Nothing doing.
OHKKSE-Now Yorkj factory 18.
L1MK 1 2C1 60 VM.l.
CEMENT 2 002 CO V bbl.
COAL01L-lB19a V KL
UUNNIES-Bo-sowwl 24 bushels 18c':
fj buahols 20c.
UYHUl'S-Ohotco G0rfl por gallon;
Now Orloana 7Cffi80c.
I'LASTEBINO HA IK 35c per
BUBLAl'B 2J buabola corn, 11 oz
lf.Jo; do lOozlCn; 4 bushels oats V!0o ; C
bmhols 21c; fi buahols 22e,
KOAL' flhaoUor'fl (lorman mottled, "Jc.
Chr.mpalgn soap, 7 Jc.
TALLOW "e lb56Jc.
HUOAB-Orushed 12Jc; A. Illljc
extra 0. 101011c.
COKFEK Java H0l'.V; prima 33.
FBKIOUT Cotton, compressed to
Now York, 85c! to Boston, tl. Uncom.
preyed, to Now York, f 1 1 1; to Uoston
To Now Orloans and Vicksburg:
l'otatoes, apples, etc, 30c; pound
freights ICo cwt; hay i& per on; Fok
4 Co per bbl; tobacco $4; cotton $1. To
Memphli, flour, etc. 2Ao por bbl; pound
fjeights 12 jo cwt; hay $4 per ton,
and departures ror tlio 2 hour ending at 0
V. ni. lust evening:
Steamer Oracy, Columbus
" Arkansas Bello, Evansvlllo
" Mary Houston, Louiivillo
" Esporanxa, Pittsburg
" Jas Oilman, Nashvillo
" Andy Baura, Cincinnati
' Capitol City, St. Louis
" John F. Tollc, Now Orleans
" Thos. Sherlock, Now Orleans
" St. Ooneviore, St, Louis
" Laura L. Davis, St. Louia
" Crescent City, St-Louis
" Arlington, Memphis
" Grand Lake No. 2, Now Orleans
" J oo Kinney, St. Louis
" Lioness, 1'ittsburg
" Ironsides, St. Louis
Arkansas Bolle, Evansvlllo
" .M Houston, Now Orloans
" Ktporanza, St. Louis
" Andy Baum, Memphis
" Capitol City, Vicksburg
" John F Tollc, St. Louia
" Thomas Sherlock, Cincinnati
" Sto. Ocneviovo, Memphis
" L L Davis, Nashvillo
" Arlington, Cincinnati
11 Grand Lako No 2, Pittsburg
" Joo Kinney, Shreveport
" Lioness, South
" Ironsides, Pittsburg
Tho Ohio is still rising but not vury
rapidly, and will in all probability be
stationary within tbo next day or two.
Tho riao yostorday was a littlo over 8
inches. Tho water is yet something ovor
eight feet below tho high water-mark of
1607, and beforo it can como up to that
mark it will havo to spread ovor a spaco
of country raoro than forty miles in width.
It will tako moro water than thoro is
coming out of the Ohio to drown Cairo
out. Tbo Mississippi is in a good condi
tion for boating belwoon this point and
St. Louis. There was very littlo busi
ncsa transacted on tbo lovco yesterday
The woatho r yesterday was delightful.
Tlio Jas. Giimoro tool: a tow of coal to
Nashvillo, and is hero waiting for a tow
of Ico that Is boing brought from St. Louis
and which shn will tako to Nashvillo. As
amusomont, whllo waiting, slio yebtorday
towed sovoral strings of logs to tho Box
& Basket factory from n point bolow tho
forry landing on tho Kentucky shore
Tho Mary Houston was dooply
ladon for Now Orloans Tho
Esperanza for St. Louis Tlio
Andy Baum had a moJorntu cargo for
MomphI Tho Capitol City,
Gloncoo and Joo Kinney all havo good
trips fur thu south Tho Nash
villo cimn up light from .Memphis
to pet a rolurn trip, but tho prosoct, was
so poor that sho went to tho bank, whoro
she still reposos Tho John F.
Toll e has 96 bbls molassoa, 477 hbds sugar,
1078 boxos oranges and lemons, 100 pkgs
wino, 21 bbls currants, ISOO sx salt, and
169 bbls potatoes for St. Louis
Tho Arkansas Hollo brought a fair trip
from Evansvlllo Tbo Thomas
Sherlock has 313 bebs bananas, 130 boxos
oranges and lomons, 270 bales cotton, 200
bbls raisins, and a lot of sundries for tho
Ohio rivor Tbo Laura L.
Davis has a big trip of
grain and shingles for Nashville.
Tho Grand Lake No. 2 baa a tow
of empty bargos for Pittsburg Tbo
Lioness goes down to tako tbo tow of tbo
Alice Brown forward, and will then re
turn to this city to tow betwoon this port
and St. Louis. Whllo sho is cone the
Charlie Brown will bo bore in hor placo
The Ironsides has flvo bargos of
iron ore for tho Ohio.
To ront or purchase, two small carom
billiard tablos, Address P. Courier,
I'ostofflco Charloston, Mo,
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.
A meeting of the chamber of commorco
will bo hold on Wednesday, March 4, at
11 o'elock st. nv, for the election of otllcors
and othor business, II. L, Uai.i.iuav,
GRAND OPENING AND FREE
1 will opon my newly fitted saloon, in
tho Central houso on Sixth streot, Mon
day, March 10th, with a grand free lunch
in tho ovoning, to which ovorybody is in-
ivjted.; , fb'a .table, will bo spread with
evorythlng palatablo and in soason, and
tho best of wines, liquors, boor and cigars
will bo dealt out to thoso who will honor
mo by accoptlng this invitation, Como
osoioM;, ull.y Bomombor jtbo timotaiul
Fon Hale t2,00() In city scrip. For
salo in quantities to fiuit tho purchaser
Apply to II. T. OKrtotn.i),
Fruit farms for salo at Villa Bidgo in
five to twenty acres Iot, sot with tho
choicest or fruit. Inqulror nt Wilcox's
Dr.UNyuKNT Lanh Tax. Beniembor
that taxes on all lota and lands becomo
delinquent an tho tonth of March.
Atr.X. H. Ir.viN, Hherill,
llunoKR, tho dry goods morchant, Is
now In Now York purchasing his stock
of goods for thn spring trade, Dofer
your purchases until ho returns. 2-2G U.
For Hale. A six octavo, socond hand
piano, for $75. Address Max. Boiler,
care of Paul Schuh's drug storo.
Mn. J. liuit'iEit U now in Now York
city selecting his stock of sprint; goods.
Ho' will shortly open as lino an Assort
ment of goods us was over brought to
AttextioN Farm kris. Wo havo n
small lot of tho L'rlo movoablo point
stool plows, which wo aro now ollbring at
cost to closo them out.
IiEKRWAIlT, OllTU Co,
lm 130 Commercial avenue.
Mr.. Burukr, tho cntorprlJing dry
goods morchant, la now In Now York for
tho purpo.o of purchasing his spring
stock of goods. If you want good goods
at low pricos wait till his stock arrives.
Notice Is ncreby glvon that I will pay
no bills for goods sold to any of tbo em
ployes of Tim Cairo Bullktin, cither
or thorneolves or for tbo uso of tbo otHco
onleso tbo eamo aro furnished on an ordor
Ignod by Mr. Burnett or mysolf.
12-20-ly .JonH H. OnKntY,
For. Bent. Tho brick houeo situated
corner Third street and Commercial avo-
nuo. Tho houso has boon put in good ro
pair throughout and is well arranged for
a hotol or boarding house, also rooms to
ronton Third streot. lnquiro of AVm.
Mcllalo. No.C, Wlntor's block.
Milk Waoo.v. 1 will commonco run
ning a milk wagon on Monday morning
Fobruary 23. 1 will continuo it all sum
mor, and respectfully solicit your patron
ago. Milk will bo delivered to any ono
In tho city, dally morning and ovoning.
Ordcr3 may bo given to tho vdrivor of tho
wagon or loft at my ico stnnd, No 81 Ohio
lovco. Gforge Yocum-
The harbor shop h uu .Liu corner ol
Eighth etreot and Commercial avonuo
whoro J. Goorgo Stionhouso with his gen.
tlemanly assistant) can bo found at nny
hour of tho day or night, roadv to sootho
your leOllDgS Wltn. a smooth olmrr, or cool
your tomper and head with a good sham
poo. It is a first-class shop, and you aro
suro of receiving first-class troatment.
Ladies' and chlldron's hair cut or curlod
after tbo most approved etylcs. 8-15-tf
Socond-class clothing, watches, Jowelry,
pistols, &c, bought and sold, Upposito
Cairo and Vinconncs railroad depot.
1892-27 M. Coy.ne
Ten pounds of brown sugar for $1: 8
pounds best coll'co sugar at f 1; -J pounds
of cholco buttor ut SI; lOconts for Inrd;
Imperial toa at $1; potatoes 30 cents per
pock; 3 lbs coffbo $1, apples -10 conts, at
Wilcox's Block. 107-2-Mm
Two Biitterlos of two Hollers, ouch 21
feot long, 42 inch Drum, 2 11 inch Fluoa
with Uro fronts. Mud und Steam drums
Safety and Mud valvoj, Chimney and
Britchln, all complete and In llrst-class
orderf; boon used only throo months. Fo:
prlco, otc, inquiro ol J. T. Bknnm
0-23-tf. Vulcan Iron Works.
BEAL ESTATE FOB HALE.
Lot No. 2 in block 17, llrst addition,
with a two-story framo hmiso fronting on
Commercial avunuc, und throo lots (38,
3u and 40), sumo block, fronting on Sev
enteenth stroet. aro ollorcd for salo at a
mrgaiu. Apply on tho promises, corner
Sovnntoonth and Commercial avonuo.
lC0-2-'20-lin F. M. Waiiu.
1 will soil my entiro stock of tbo best
of Hoof, Pork, Voal, Mutton, Poultry,
Butter, Eggs, Lard, Irish Potatoes, Swoot
Potatoes, Apples, Flour, Moal, Spiced
Heof, and tho bost of Corned Boof. Thu
ealo will commence at 5 o clock in thu
morning and continue until nino at night
oach day for nino months, SundayH ox
copted. 1 havo also 160 acres of the bost
of cotton land to sell or exchange for Cairo
property. I also want sovoral good agents
to soli fruit troos. All of tho abovo will
bo oxplalnod by calling on S. Patterson,
cornor of Ninth and Walnut streets, as
thoro is tho placo tho salo of tbo moat and
vogetablos will bo mado. 92 1-31-lm.
OAino, Ills., Jan. 30, 187 t.
Boot and shoo maker, Twcn u street, bo
twoon Washington avonuo and Poplar
streot, Is prepared to make boots una shoos
In tho latest and most lashtonabio stylos.
He will mako thorn to order, old or now
tdylcs to suit customers, out of thu b;;l.und
(rosiest stock, of which ho always ;iias a
good supply on hand from which to mako
soloctlous. All Uttiug or hootn and shoos
mado by Sir. Elders Is dono In his own shop
no foreign fitting bnlni; tipcd by him,
Glvo him u call, and howltlgivo you satis
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE
Jlappy ronot for young men from thn el
foots ot errors and abuses In varly life. .Man
hood restored. Impediments to marrlago
removed. Now method of treatment. Now
and remarkable remedies. Itooka and clr.
Millars soul: free. In malod cuve opes. Ad
ilrow,'. Howard Atsoelatlon, No. 2 South
Ninth btroet. Philadelphia. l'a. an iustltu-
tion havlni; u high reputation for honorablo
omluct and rrtfionloniiloklll. 110- 8 d&wUui
Art old and popular hotel for
Torma easy. Knqulrn at this ollice.
PHIL. H. SAUP,
Ami .Manufacturer of
102 Commercial Ave.
tySSOrders from Abroad Promptly Attended to.
Bit. 0. 1, DocciLAS. hcin determined to
xccll lu every Dental operation, h:i re
nted and rcfitruMicd hh Dental Parlors, No.
7, Eighth Mrcct. and H now receiving from
. a. Whito .V .lohn.on. of Philadelphia,
H'lnl-weekly. tho largest ami 'lluot nort
meut of Dental loud ever ollered In thN
city, and :n good :ii can bo found In the
larger t cltlef.
BEAUTIFUL GOLD FILLINGS
Mmlo aspcclallty.tiot any of the soft, minora
hlo, fplingy work that droin out, lcaWng
teeth cut, llled, decolored, and often do
slroved. Perfect Golden Oclii put lu ns volld and
durable ;. thu smelted metal llcll.
Sncchd alteiitlon L'iveu to thu treatment ol
f'lilldron'x Teeth. Parents by Um lug their
t'lillren'i Teeth examined occasionally,
would mivo them much Hiircfins and tie
fortuity In after yean'.
Dr. Doti'.'l.it alM gives Particular attention
to .MeclKiiil.nl t . ntl-ti v. li:ivllitr t-c. iirril thn
rlfhttou-e 1)11. HYATT"S PATENT GOI.D
AND niMilir.lt COMBINATION PLATE,
which ha been thoroughly tcted and ap
proved by tho heft Dentlts In the Eat, and
beoud a doubt, tho lie-1 and llrmcrt itrtlll
cla'l i1atoiiow in u-e.
Teeth t'Miiieted without pain by thu ifu
of Nitron Oxide fs which N perfectly -alt'
where Judiclou-ly iiiliiiinl-ieieil,
tf. I.'. Douoi.f.
Wheicif, Malhcw I), (itiuter. did on the
cvcntli day of October A. D., 172, execute
mid deliver to Henry l..ltull!il.iy n S.ilu Mort
gaso of that datu upon the premises hereln
alter de-erilicil, whleli was recorded lu thfl
Iiceordori ollleo ol" Alexander Comity I II I
not, on the 17lh day of October A. D.. 1672,
in jolunie . of reeoriN of fale Iortagcs
on pajjo (111) ono liundrcd und eleven", and
i iiitii .i.rn tn ko..iir. 't eeriiiln proiul
Mir.v note, mat lit by mid Mathew D. (iuntcr,
of even dalu with wild Salo Morltraw to tho
order of llenrv I.. Ilalliilav. fur thu mini of
twenty live hundred dollars payable thirty
tlayMiltcf the date thereof, with Iiitcrc-t
from d.ito until paid ut ten pur cent, per
And whereas the said Henry I.. Hallld.iy
dlil on tho 'i'iil day of January, A. 1)., 1871,
(or iilue received, algii Nihl nolo and Mile
Mortt'ii'.'o to tho tliider-K'Heil J. II. Cl.iy.
And Whereas default has been made in the
payment of Mild promi-ory nolo and the in
toret accrued thereon.
And whereas It Is proidcd In said Sale
Mortw, that In dct.iult of thu payiuout of
said note or any partthcreofiiccordliiff to tho
tenor and cll'ect thereof, the kiIiI Henry I..
Ilalliilav or his leiral reiireentatlve mav :il-
ter liavlnsr nilveitieil kiIiI halo lllteeii ilavs
in u lien-paper pulilf.lieil In I'.ilio, Illinois,
or by posting up written or printed uotlei-.
in tour places in lliu county wnero sain
prcmWes uro situate, may sell the- said prem-l-i's
or any part thereol', to the highest Mil
der lor cash at tho eourt-houo door lu tbo
city of Cairo, Illinois tit tho tttiiu appointed
lu such udvertUmnut.
Now therefore tiollco Is hereby given that
on Wednesday tho lslli day ol'Miirch, A. I..
1S7I. at leu oelock A.M., of that day, at the
front door ol tho court-hou-c in
Cairn, Illinois. I shall at sell at public
iiuctloii to lliu highest lildder for cash, the
followlm; ileM'i'iped properly, to wit : Lots
liumbereil six (ii), s,.,. (7) und (8) cIkIiI, In
block nuiiiliereil three (!!), ill Ibu llr-t addi
tion to the city of Cairo thu estato therein,
lielug an e-talo for tho term of
livo (,'i) veals coiiiniencliig on the
ninth d.iy 'of .March, A. D., 1871, un
der and by virttluof u leaso bearing dale
March ninth, A. D., 1871. executed by S.
.StaalM Tavlor and Edwin Piii'sous, Trustees
of tho Cairo I'tiy Property, to Peter A. Con
nut mid by said Peter A. Conaiit, with thu
written consent of said T.ijlor and Parsons
assigned to said Matliuw 1). (lunler on thu
,'llst dav of May, A, D., 1872, together with
all tho liiiproM'iiicuts tlierou belonging to the
said .Mathew D. (iiiiiter, of every kind and
nature so ever, liicliidinjr mill llxtures, en
(,'ine boilers, burrs, mid other lixtures upper
taliilng and belonging to thu mill building
thereon situate. .). II. Ci.ay.
Dated -March 2d, A. I)., lo7l. 1UT y-y-K-t.
Ohio I.cyoo, over Mathuss A
KNf AIILIHIIED 1S3N.
BAFFOIU), M01UU8 & (JANDEE,
711 onto l,OYe.
CITY NATIONAL HANK IIKIMJINCI
Vho oldest ostabllDbod Agonoy In Southorn
Illinois, representing over
SG5,000,000 00 1
ol tho bost Innurnnna
K. MAXWELL & CO.,
Manufacturers and Dealers tn
MACHINE &:BUMIG OILS
Also Agents for tho
No. 71!), North Maine Street,
St. Louis Mo.
e4 isreli 1. IBM.
OITY NATIONAL BANK, OAIKO
A. II. SAFKOUD. President;
S. 8. TAYLOR, Vice-President;
U. HY3LOP, Seoretaxy and Tnmat
. II. BtocKrutu,
. 11. Ccxjingnm,
B. P. Hiunit,
J. M. VuitLut.
liciiosl ta of luir Amoul
aa cicaia vpwasnw.
:TEKEBT paid on deposiU at the rate ol aut,
peroent. pr annum, Marah lit and aeptasn-fi-r
tot. Interest not withdraws la added tsamav
llately toth principal of tn depotttt, tkatwBy
kUIdk thorn eompeund tntarMt.
UABBISD WOIiaV A.VD OHILDKU KAT
so ts4t no on aua oas aaaw n.
Opon efery builnM &j from a.tn. to I enM
and Hkturdir oyerioK tot BAVUtO DXPOaiffl,
tnlj, from ( to 8 o elook.
iiiinf W. HTBLOP. Truntwf.
THE CITY NA7?IONAL
-Q A 1ST "EC
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KK.NItV I,. JIAM.1UAY, Vio-l'rtJettt
A. tl. UAKKOKl), Uiabiort f"? "
WAl.Tttrt iiYUL.il'. An-i-itn VAlr'. '
Hilar Ii. Ualliuat.
Vf . p. Baimoas
Ho. D. WiiiiAMno, Briraia ltlu
A. II. flirroio.
KxrhHiure, lota suad Uasltosl FltatM
Itua.U IJvBsrbt and Nslsi.
DKi'OHITH reoolro.1, and
FIRST' NATIONAL BANK
It. W. Mn.T.Kn. Presfdent
J. it. I'm i Lift), Vlce-Prestdent,
CriAa. CtTNNiNUBAU, CathUr.
JOLLKCCIONU PKOKPTLY f ADM.
EXonANOK, ooln, buk aotM sad OnHod
UU(wiuurttMboaabtaad aald. i
a eraat AUawaatlwss.-Vj
Corner Twelfth street and Washington Ay-
J. C. HUELS.
(Late of 8t, Louis,)
BOOK BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
liLANK ROOKS or every deerlyMcloM
with neatnoss and Ohjpatoh. -All kMffT
ruling done at fehorVnotfeiT' BOMlbistW 1
Vlu:alno and Periodical bound Mtl IU
at the lowest possible rates.
County) work, jh as, KeeortW DHsatnrj -
Kee lioolcs, llbMiVTTctuTlitkuds TipielaAlnuiJ
h, rocKet uooks.tnveiops, etc.. nuuie
DKAIiKlUi, Myc yOiO" commliiiupnsr tell, . -lug
jouf rap Xiiie.'lii ny wraantlty, tllrect
to tho commuter.
ta L'aH Perl Street, ClacUaatli p, ,