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THE CAIRO DAILY JHULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11, 1874.
LOCAL WEATHRUUKPOUT.
OllflI.VKI.,HOl'l'lCK, CAIRO, J"9., 1
March 10, 10:11 I'.m., 1-T1. I
lIaiomutcr,bO:lH degrees.
Themometer, 41 degrees.
Wind N. I!. Velocity 10 mlleu per hour.
Weather, cloudy.
Maximum tDfiiioriilutp lor last ill hours,
t," Jcgroes.
M Inlmuin temperature lor tbo last '21 bourn,
41 degrees.
Prevailing wind for lant 'it hour, N.
Total number of mllca travtlcl by wind
during Unfit bourn, "TO.
Total raltifill duilm? the latt 'il
,01 Inehoa.
KnwiH I'.ooHl,
Observer SikiihI Hotvlco, U. H. A.
UAll.ltOADS.
TIM 10 CARD.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL ItAI LIIOA 1.
in ainm i.iiavi: CAIItn.
Mall at 2:30 ii.lti., Hilly.
KxprcMat p.m., ','
Freight at 4:00 a.m.,. .except .Sunday
Freight at 1 l:rr. a.rn " "
Kralght at .. 1:00 p.m.,. . " "
AllllIVK AT CAIIIO.
Mall at 'i:U a.m Dally
Kxpreaatit .....'i.'i p,m.,....cxcept Hum ny
Freight at .1:15 n.m...... except Monday
Freight at 7:10 p in., except .Sunday
Freight ut 1(1.05 p.m
l.Vi-'.MMf. .1ami:h Johnson, Agent.
TI1K
CAIRO AND VLN'CKNNKS
RAILROAD.
'iia.suk i imi:
On and alter fiindav, February '.'2,
1S7I,
trnlin will run an follow:
OOl.Ntl NUHTII.
Pawoniter. Freight.
I alro, lcavo
.Mound City, lento.. . .
lennri, lenvr
Harrlahtirg, Irate .. .
N'orrls City, Icavo .. .
C.uinl, arrive
.irnil, haw
iirayvillc, Irave
Mount ('arm' I, leave..
Ineriiiics. leave ....
r.;CI A.M.
.';05 A.M,
:,: "
S:'.7 "
11:11
lilt P.M.
1M "
1:15 :M.
srifTi "
7:IW "
P.'iO "
.. 0:K!
.. mill
.. 11:15
.. !t-"0
..HI.-OO
..10:10
..llr.'i
,itii i-
M.
J. A; M. .Junction, arrlvc.lJt.'l.'V
uoi.s'U fcouni.
Paa-engcr,
Freight.
Muteiiiit., leave 7i2."
7:00 I'.'t.
Hjfal "
10:17 '
I list
(i:l." a.m.
7:1 "
thin "
12:l.'i I'M.
.1:10 '
:t:PJ
Mount Carmel. leave... MOT '
(rayvlllr, Irate U:1K '
Carini, nnhr in 1
( armi, Irate 10:10 '
.Norrul'ltv, Irave 10:11 '
JtarrMoitiili, have 1I:U '
leniia, Irave 1:17 r.
Mound fit v, l avr 2:12 '
Ar, artiw :i:(
MOU.VU CITY ACCOM MOl'ATlOlf.
Leave Cairo at 11 flu a.tn. ami f,:I5
p.m.
Leave Mound City atl2:!.'jp.iii.aiiili:10p.m.
I n lht train flop over nlylit al farm:
run from t In re an mixed train. L aving nt
4 a.m : Ic.uiiu Vini'cnuii .it 7 p.m. the
i mc vcnlii.' for return trip.
CONNKCTKl.NS.
At aim with tin' Mi-iippl Central,
Mobile mip Ohio, for all point mii; C'alln,
rk:in a and Te:i-, lor .ill point In Arl.au.
,i and Texit.
At Inecnne."' Jiidlaiupulisand Vineonnrfi
i.i.iway tnrImllAnutolNuiidalltoliiU north,
rat (indv.eit; wltb Kvniillln and Cr.iw-lord-vllle
railway for K.inllle,Terra Halite,
lianvllle, Cliieai;o ami all iiolnti north, ral
mil vet; with Ohio and .MIiidppl rail
nay forM, l.ouiH, l.ouUvllle, Ciiiciniiati and
All prtinln eait and wint.
At NurrU It y iro-ln the Sptliigtlclil
slid llli-ioli Soutbe:ilern railway.
1,. W. 1'ai.mkii, OenM Sup't.
K 1'. Wiivom. Ilon'l rmini;'r, At.
37-i:ilf
I'A 1 110, A KUANS AS A N D TUX AS
AN'I) C'AlltO A X I I'llli
TON HAILllOADS.
The ihorle.it and only dliurt routo from
alro to .laoUouport, l.lttlo llocl:, Hot
,-prliiK". I'ulton, and all points In ArUnsan
nd tbc 'outUwtiit.aud (iaUti'ton, llon.-ton,
IHIU-. Autlii and all points in TeNa
IWKI.VK HOUKS I.N ADVANCK Ol
a s v oiUKit noun:.
Througbtlekots, llupujh Mils of ladlntr.
md Int'ormMlon an to frcli'ht rates', ra,
cn!er lare, eoiincc.tlon", tie,., can lc ole
tallied at tbo eoinpaliy'n otlko in Wintfl'H
Mod;, corner ol ."!i.enlli -licet and Com
aiercial nve nue. .
HacUs will call nt pilvatc rc-ldcnecH mid
UotcU for p.iscemtct", uln'ii order aro lelt
'u time.
KleKitnt Pullman palaco hlrepins rar- on
all niht traliH.
Train" run dally, (Sundays excepted) from
the Cairo OlUeu u lollow.s:
CIIAIM.V.SION ACCO.MMOIIATIOS.
Leave OrcenUcldV .,.'.iM a m and 1:05 p.m.
Aralve at lireenlleld'3 .1:17 a m and:i:3.i p.m.
:'i'KKis nrss inii.v
Leaves (ireentleld'n V!0n:p. in,
Arrive at (IreenlluUl's 1:10 p.m.
U. Axtkix, Chief Knglnoer.
i. iwvi:itH.
WIJililAM J. AI.JiKN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OAIHO. ILLINOIS.
Offlcopver Klrat National tiatik. E-1
8AMUKI.T'. WI1EKLHU,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW
OAIltO, ILLINOIS.
Olllcfl over yirat Natlniial lianl: Mttm
John 11. MlllMY. WHUm C. MUlUoy
MULKEY & SON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
OAIKO, ILLINOIS.
Ollleo: IClirbtU Ktrcot, lietweon Commor
slal and WasUlnston aveuucn.
fi-14 if.
OltEKN & OUiUKHT,
ATTOItNKYb
OJUNB1CLOKU AT LAW,
WiUlam H.Oreon. "1
William 11. GUUrt, )
OAIHO, 1U,IH019.
Miles r.ailSterl
ourBpoolal altontlon glton lo 'UmltaUT aad
lIOM oniOI.HVBI.,B00M8 7 AMD 8 OVEB
OlTTWATIOIf AT 11AHB
DANUJL LAJIl'URT,
VASliTONAIJLE BAllliER
ANIi
A. X 33. T3 H 23 3 (3 22 XI
WKhth Btroi iiotwccn AVnihliigton nnd
Lojunerclai Avenue,
CAlllO,:iIiHNOIS
TUE BULLETIN.
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
cliftiiibortnHldii. Nono nccxl Bpply utilo
llioy thoroughly understand thu biiilnota
And can bring yood rifortnrt?, Liberal
wagce pftld. 2H-n7.tf
Tiiiiee and oNi.v tbrco moro day board
ctecan tin tnl.en t thu St. Charles. 'Vh it
tbo laat opportunity at tbo redutod ratos
103 3-T
-
local intr.viTn:s.
Tberu will bo icrvlct nt tbo Church
ol tbo Redeemer tills ovoiilri);.
'Iho city jnil contMnt thirteon In
mate, Hix of tbo thirteen afo women.
Mr. .John I'ulton, of l'eliln, Illinois,
formerly of tbo Kyptlnn milUof tbli city,
i in town.
Tho Ohio river roio -is inche yerter.
day, iUli U ft very big rho cotniJcrlng
tho ithgo of the water.
Torn Winter will vlilt Oineinnatl
bortly. Wbon ho returns It will bo Mr.
and Mm, Winter. At loait (n tho itory
Koos.
l'orry I'owori' new rciddonco now
Lolng built on Twelfth troot near Com
mcrtial nvcnuo, la roady for tho weather
boardln);. Mr. Capt. Welrieli nnd MrJ. Clint",
liruclloy and alitor took paiingo yeltor-
day on tho Htcjnur -lohn A. .Scuddor for
Now Orluoni.
A icoro or inoro of our promicont
buMinoit man went to Mound City yciter
Jny to attend tho aalo of government
yoodl t tbo nival tWliun.
Tho Cairo, ArS.nnaAiar.il Texaa road
firo now iiaulne; roiinJ trip tickuta from
Cairo to Charleston and Mturn, including;
ferrine and hacSf, for tho amall mm of
i 10.
TtF tracl: of the Cairo nnd Vlncen-
noi rMlroad liotveen 'intrty.miru una
Thirty-fourth ctreota la Kill under wutor,
but not to dcop dj to prevent trulna from
pnsalng.
Iter. O. II. Clark of Aahley, Illinoia,
arrivol in tbo city ycatorday, nnd during
bis ttay will mailt llev. M-. WUler to
c induct tho revival torvicea nt tbo Moth-
oJial church.
l'.ev. U. Dttcriclnucr, jiabtor ol the
Ocriimn luthfrnn Cbureb, will conduct
Hervicca Kt hi cburi'U this evening. Sub-
joct of tho icrmon : "Tho death tnd resur
rection of Christ
A meeting jf tho chamber of corn-
morco will !o held thi uiornioi; at 11
o'clock for thu purpui,) of eleetliiK otlicnra
for tbo cniuini; torm, and for the Unniae.
tiou of otbor Important buiineia.
Tho ronda in many parts of tho city
aro iilmo.t lmiatiible. 'JVnth atreet, be
twtnn Wablrii;tm hvenuo nd (Vdnr
street la in n dojilornhlo cnudilion, i,nd it
U almit impoiriblo for loadod t('ama to
pat.
-Tbo 'Sun' of lait night "goes lor"
"l'iif,', lira. O' llyrrie),!.rid all bocanm that
Itiy dbl not comu around, or (end nr nn.l
and attlo her liltlo bill for udvertuing,
itc, kt tbst ollico. Wu liitvu ijut iifwl to
Ixilni; ijullod by travollni; buuibu)', utid
don't mind It any innrc.
-Tbo Methodin rhurch waa crowded
aaiu laat niiht to listen to tbo religious
revival now in prof.rosa there. Amoiig
tlioiij proioiit wo notleod many of our lend
ing citizaua, both inalo ar.d felnile. The
oxnrciaea worn conducted as uiual, but with
moro than ordinary goal. Sovural por
ona rolo for the pa'iyera of Iho church.
Vromlnent iimoni' tbo urrivnU tit the
St. Charles hotel yesterday waro tbo fol
lowing : .lohn Dick-on, .1. M. Ilarton and
Harry .Scblotman, Ciuciunati; K. .Inhtison
ud S. M. Kidney, Nsw ork; .1 II. Ilra-
ier. W. A. HUcv and .John Hoy, fct.
Louti; K. i'erri?, NaFhvllle;.!. M Maw
Chicago, K. W. Kfoe, Koao Clair;
H. P.oglo, Alton.
The eomtuorc", Ml, lonri, 'Dispatch' of
.Saturday morning, ityi: "leaterdny
morning about daylight iiinny of our clt-l.-.ens
wnro awakened by a loud roaring
noiso, followed, by aovcral very perccptl-
blo ehocka which e oomed to proceed from
wost to or.st.'' We know of no town in
South-east Missouri that nceda a ahai.lng
up moro than Conimorco doea.
A eolcct fow of tbo peraonal friondi
of dipt. Irvin Dugan asiembled on board
tho Stoamor T. V. Kckort fast night for
tbo puposo of giving tho captain a faro-
woH party boforo his departure for tho
South. Good tmislo was on hand nnu
lunclng indulgod in. Jt was n pleasant
and onjoyablu occasion, and "Irvo" did
tho "honors" irrti manner crodltablo to
himaolf and to tho delight of his guests.
-Mra. Nancy Ilrown, alias Mr. Mack,
"boaa" of ono of tho worst dona of infamy
In tbo city, la now confined In tho city jail,
tbo pollco having dotorminod to suppress
her establishment. This is a stop
in tho right direction; and while
in tbo businoss, tboro nro a half dozen oth-
or houses of equally na bad reputation that
ought to bo olosod up. Sovernl of theso
houses nro on Fourth stroot, ono or two on
Sixth nnd two or threo in tho vicinity
of Thirteenth nnd Poplar atrcetE.
Win. Hhlors wishes to Inform the pub
lic that ho hns just received a largo atock
of imported French calf nnd Morocco
Leather from Adolph Nickel, ot Cincin
natl, direct Importora, nnd ho can tboro.
foro wnrrnnt ull his work to bo of not only
tho best manufacture, but of tho vory
host material. Any ono who dcislrcs lino
Hoots, Shoes or Uniters will Und It to
their intorcst to cnll on Mr. Klilora at hie
abop, 20th stroot, and oxamino bis stock
nnd styles beforo ordorlng ulsowhoro.
203-3-1-1 m
At a meeting of tbo Hiborninn llro
company, hold on Friday ovonlng last, tbo
following resolutions or roipcct to tbo
memory of tho lato Michael J. Marnol,
wcio adopted;
"WiHiUKAS, ItJ bath plcnsod Almighty
(lot! In Ilia infinite mercy, to call from
our midst In tho bloom of youtb, ono of
our moat zealous and creditable mernbora,
MiciUKi, .1. Mahkki., tboroloro be it
Itcaolved, tly the olllcera and merahora)
of this company, that In tho death of our
htdotml brother, Michael ,1- Marnel, tho
Hibernian llto company baa aufl'ured an
Irreparable loaar4ho community nt large
an honornblo and upright cltlr.on, (arid Ida
pnronU a kind and dutiful Fori,
lloaolvod, That to tho atrickon nnd be
reavod family we tender our earnest nnd
donpeel aympathy,
Itesolvod, That wo bury our departed
brother with all tho honnra of a llrctnnn,
and In a tnannor worthy bia paat aervlcus
towards this company.
Heaolvod, 1'hat tho foregoing reaolu
tions bo apread upon the journal and
published in tbo city papora, and also that
a copy of tho aamo bo sent to the family
of tbo doccnaed.
Tho oXorcWos at' tho high school
building on Monday evening last wcro of
a very Interesting cbnrnctor, nnd highly
pleasing to tho largo nnd inteligont audi
ence la attendance Mr. Oeo. Fisher,
who is a member of the board of educa
tion, nctcd as mntor of ceremonies, and
nnnouncod as tbo 11 re t thing on tbo
programmo k song by tho singing cIhis of
tbo blub school, assisted bv Mr. W. H.
Morris, Tho song wns excellently
rondorod. At tho conclusion followed
a solo by Mrs. W. 1. Halllday as
sisted by Mra. II. L. Halllday. These Udita
who aro recognized m among'tho beat mu
sical talent in tho city, did thcmaolves
great credit on thla occuion, and were tho
roclpitants of many flattering expressions
for tho manner In which tho solo was por
fottned. Thon fcllowed .ludgo Oroin'a
lecture. Mr. I'liher in announcing tbo
lecturo remarked that .ludgo (Jrcen ncjd
ed no Introduction, as ho was personally
known lo almost overybody In tno audi
once. Judo Oroen thon camo forward
and procoodcJ vith his lecturo
Inn faw preliminary remarks ho aib'
that what ho waa iiboul lo deliver from
tho manuscripts bsforo him, had been
thrown together nt luto hours ot tho
night during tho putt v.'oak, bocuuss, tin
der pressure of tho most nrdtioui profei.
liontU duties, hn had boon un&blo to give
the subject tbo tin. a nnd thought it de
served. Ho aaid bo nronoaod to troat of
tbctopLs "What wo Know of History;
What wo Know from History, nnd What
wo do not Know." Tho .ludgo thon pro
cooled vith his lecture, nnd from Qrat to
laat bold tho attention of tbo largo audi
onco. The subject was handled In n mas
terly mnnnor, nnd cnllod forth fro
qucnt bursts ot applause Thu lecturo
ovor. Mrs. W. 1'. ILUIidav, Mia Anna
Pitcher, Mrs. II. L. Halllday and Mr. W
II. Morris favorod tho nsiomblagA with (
song, liiob, though brief, was excellently
rondcred. Mr. Kiahur thon nnnouncnj
that tho next lecture, tho fourth of the
course, wouia M ueitvorea uy froiotsor
Alvord on next Monday ovonins, niter
which tt.o niAomblagQ dispersed. Thu
tubiect of l'rof. Alrord'a lecturo will bu
"Music."
LlTTr.r.L'n Livinu An: Tho numbers
of 'Thu Living Ago' for lobruary V.8 biul
Mhrch 7 hiivi) tho following rich and va
ried contents : Memoir nnd Lolti-ra of
Sara Coleridge, 'Kdinburg Heviuwj' n cec
oml inatalmcnt of the Letters of Mra.
Browning, on Liter ry and eoeril Top
ica 'Ctuitiimporary Ibivlow;' .Spiuiah l.ifo
nnd Character in thu Interior, .luring tho
Rummer of 173, part V, 'Macmillain
Magazine;' Sully, Soldier and SlntoamKn,
'Now t'jarterjy Heviowj' Trance, Jtnly
and (lormany, 'Saturday Kuviow;' How
l'ar llavotho Working Classes llenetittod
by the Increase cf Wealth, 'Koonomist;'
etc, together with part third of the vory
remarkable utory, "l'ar from tho Madding
Crowd;" tho conclusion of a story by An
thony Trollope; a short ttory by thu au
thor of 'Tatty. ' and tho usual amount of
choico poetry nnd miscellany.
With fifty-two such numbers, of aixty
lour largo pagol each (aggregating over
.'1,000 pages a year) tho suhcriplion price
(fS) is low; or atlll bettor, for SIP, any .no
of the American $1 magazines ia atnt with
The I.lvinc Auo' tor n year. LtrTK.l i. A:
Oav, lloslon, l'ublisbcra.
Wr. havo fomething new In tbo way of
half-sheet posters, which, wu think nro
just tho thing for tho apri.tg trndu. They
conslat of rix dltTerent deaigna, litUO'
ginphed, with innrliacs nnd margins for
printing. Two ol tbo cuta itru rultnblo
lor nny businoss ; tbo other four for boots
nnd fbocs, photographeri1, druggists nnd
dry I'ooda, Wo havo but one hundred of
eiicb cut, nnd will furnish them printa d at
Cincinnati uricea. Wo havo also aomo
fancv cards. Tho "lnnguago of flowers,'
ton deigns; "Hcrjuot," twelvo dcalgna;
'Oporn" four dcaigns nnd '."Comic" cards
twnntv.four dositns which wo furnlslr
printed nt 10 to $12 per Jl, Cincinnati
nrlccs. Who wards them? Don't nil
epoak at once. !C3-2-19-3t
WANTED,
To root or purobnso, two amall enrom
billiard tables. Address P. Count ..n,
PostolUco Charleston, Mo.
2l9-3-10-2t
OHAMHEH OF COMM EHCK,
A mcotlng of tho chamber of commerce
will bo hold on Wcdnoadny, March 11, at
11 o'clock n. nv, for tho oloclion of otllcora
,i .r,i!,nr lumlneae. II. L. llAI. I.IDA V,
20-3-10-21 President.
NOTICEClKdlMAN SCHOOL.
Tboro will bo n mooting of tho German
sohool nt Eq , Hrost' ollico this ( Wcdncs
day) at a o'clock, p.m.
223 il-lO-H Fukij Kormi:ykp..
Secrotnry.
WILCOX
Tkn pounds of brown ougnrforjl; 8
pounds best cofl'eo sugur nt ?lj 2J pounds
of choico butter at SI; 10 cents for lard;
Imperial ten nt 1; potatoes 30 cents por
pock; 3 lbs cofl'eo 1, apples -10 coats, at
Wilcox's Hlock. 107 2-1-lm
AUCTION 8ALK OF FANCY 0110
OE1UKS. At my business house on tho Ohio lovoe,
commencing Thursday morning, March
12, at 10 o'clock a.m. continuing until our
ontiro atock is cloaod out,- consisting of
cuned ponobes, tomaloos, corn, oystors,
pickeli, apices, a. largo lot of aonp and
starch, rope, tnnnllla, wooden ware, oto.
In tho futuro wo intend dealing in liquors
alone, of which wo bnvo ft comploto stock.
222-fi.lo-It K. Smith Co.
itiTrnjvnwM.
'rors l.lHtt
AltniVAI.1
and departures lor the 21 hours en Jtng at 0
t. m. list eenint;
Sloamor (Iracy, Colunlbua
" Idlnwitd, Kvansvilla
" Julia, St Louis
" John A Hcodder, f!t Louia
" .fas Jlotvnrd, Now Drloans
" Kannlu Lewia, Shroveport
'' Hon Franklin, Cincinnati
Tow Ibmt Alicq Ilrown, South
IIKPARTEli.
Steamer llracey, Columbut
" Jdlowlld, Kvntisvlllo
" Julia, Vickiburg
" John A. Scuddcr, New Orleans
" l'untiio Lewis, St Louia
" Jus Hownrd, St Louis
" Hen Prnriklln, Memphia
Tow Hunt Crescent City, Now Orleans
" A lieu lirown, 1'iltsburg
tiik ntvnni.
Tho Ohio rivur rose about six Inches
yesterday, which is n good deal of n rise
considering tho high stngo ot wntor In that
stream. The Mliaiailppi is ruing rapidly
at St. Louia, tho riso nt that point since
Saturday being nearly ix feet. Hutlness
yoitordsy wni tetter thnn mi tho provb
ous day. Tho woatber was pleasant dur
lngtbuday, but toward ovening It grow
joldur, and nt nlno o'clock a drizzling
rain was falling.
MIFcr.I.I.AN'IIOtlrt.
Tho Schu'ldur was well ludvn, and lias
ongogemonts to fill out below. Shu bad
forty-five pssiengers when alio arrived
hero The Julia line a vory good trip,
nnd quite a lot of pr.iiciigors for Vicks-
burg Tho Cresont City bos barges
13, 30, 17, 50 and the bargo Hnltio in her
tow for Now Orleans. Tho latter bargo
was londod here Tho Dan Franklin
bad a uiodoratj cargo for Memphis, and
made light additions hero Tbo Jn.
Howard brought 10 brla polntoen
0 hbih auir lor Cairo; 1- bblt rlco, -0
bales moil, loO bores orangca nnd lemons,
for reshipmant per tho Cairo nnd Vinona
nca road; and 4,880 boxes orange and
leuiona, "i5 bbds 0. nuU, 17 buncboa bn
nnnns, 137 bbla rice, 170 bbls molataes,l IB
bales moss, 130 pu-kagas wine, 101 bbla
potntooe for St. Luis Tho Alice
Ilrown patched her abaft hero end pro
coo led up tbo Ohio yeslorduy Tbo
Jim Fisk baa laid up on nccouut of high
wter Mrs. Cnpt. Wolrieknnd Mrs.
Chas. Uradley und lister aro passengers on
tho John A. Scudder for Nuw Orleans.
GUANU
OPKX1NO AND
I'll HE
LUNCH.
1 will open my nowly llttid saloon, in
tbo Central houso ou Sixth street, Mon
day, March lC'.h, with n grand free lunch
in tho evening, to which uvorybody is in
vited. Tho table will bo spread with
everything. palatable and in season, and
tbo best of winea, liquors, boor nnd cigars
will bo dealt nut to llioeii who will honor
inn by accepting thla invitation. Comu
one, como all. Kmnnmhor tho time mid
placo. John Hu'NKit,
2t8--n 10-ot.
TIIK OT. C1IAKLK.S HOTKL
Tho utidiirnli'nH.l Imvini; resumml tbo
itianuguiuoiit of tbo above botol, trupt by
strict attention to busine--, to tho wants
and comforts of their guoata, to merit thu
retiowcd favor of thiilr'old patrons and tho
traveling public in general.
I'he Saint Charlea will nt onco undergo
a thorough renovation, t.nd hn mm li Im
proved in all Its ippointment.".
(lood aampln rooms and special rate for
commercial travolon).
All baggage for guests convey! to and
from the hotel free ofchatgo.
Jewktt Wn.cox v Co., Proprietor,
tf
PUBLIC SAiifi
I will sell my nntiri) stock of tho best
of Ucof, Pork. Veal, .Mutton, Pou.try,
Butter, Kgga, l.nrd, lrieh Potatona, Sweet
Polatou, Apples, Flour, Moal, SplceJ
liecf, and the best, of Corned Hoef. Tho
aalo will commenco at 5 o'clock in tho
morning and continue until mno at night
each day for nino months, Sundnys ox
cepted. 1 havo alio ISOncroa of tho boat
of cotton land to soil or exchange for Cairo
property. I olao wnnt several good agents
to aoll fruit treoa. All of tho nl ovo will
bo explained by calling on S. Pattoraon,
corner of Ninth nnd Walnut street, aa
there ia tho plnco tho ualo of the meat nnd
vegetables will bo mado. 'J2 1-,1-lm
Caiko, Ills., Jan. 3", 1871.
HEAL ESTATE FOH SALE.
Lot No. 2 In block 17, first addition
with a two-alory frame houso fronting on
Commercial avenue, und threo lots (38,
30 and 40), snmo block, fronting on Sov-
cnleonth atreet, are ollorcd for salo at ft
bargain. Apply on tbo premises, corner
Sovcntoonth and Commorclul avonue.
lC0.2-20-lm F. M. W'AIU),
FOlt SALE,
Two Uiittorloa of two Uollors, ench 21
foot long, -12 Inch Dram, 2 I t inch Flues
wltb firo fronts. Mud and Stoam drums
Safety nnd Mud valvos, Chimney and
Urltchin, all comploto nnd in ilrst-cbiss
ordori; boon used only throe months. For
price, etc., inquire oi x. mkniiii;,
9-23-tf.
Vulcan Iron Vi'orks.
FOU SALE.
Second-class clothing, watcbuK, Jewelry,
pistols, i:c., bought aud aold, Uppofito
Cairo nnd Vinconnos railroad depot.
168 2-27-tf ,M. Coysk
"."' ,' t : .
The bnrbor shop ia uu kho'corner ol
Eighth street nnd Commercial tvvonuo
whoro J. George Stionhoueo with his geu.
tlomanly assistants can bo found nt nny
hour of tbo day or night, ready to soothe
your loolings wltb a smooth ibavo, or cool
your tompor and bond with n good sham
poo. It is a first-data shop, nnd you nro
euro of rocolvlng flrst-clftsa treatment.
Ladles' and children' hair cut or curled
tiftor tho most approved Btylos. 8-15-tf
Foit Hk.nt. Tho brick houso situated
cornor Third stroot nnd Commercial ave
nue Tho house has boon put in good re
pair throughout and la well arranged Tor
a liotol or boarding bouse, also rooms to
rent on Third etrool. lnquiro of,Vm.
MoIIale, No. 0, Wlntor'u block.
' 105 y-3-lf
sale.
For oas nnd ateam lilting go to lien
nlo'a Vulcnn iron works, Commorclnl
avunuo, foot of Ninth atreet 0-10-tf
Foit Salk $2,000 In city acrlp. For
aalo in quaritillon to milt tho purchaser
Apply to It. T. (iKltot'I.H.
17.1-i.J2tf
1'ntilT farina for sain nt Villa llidgo in
llv to twenty acres Iota, sot with tho
cholcoat f fruit, Inquirer nt Wilcox a
groury. 178-2-2 l-HIt
Dkmnijuknt Lanii Tav. llemombcr
that taxes on all lota nnd lande become
delinquent an tbo tonlh of March.
A MIX. II. ll'.VIN, Sherill.
20C-3.G-It
liUhor.ft, thu dry goods merchant, ia
now in Now York pttrchnaing his atock
of gooda for tho aprlng trndo. Lefor
your purchases until bo roturns. 2-20 tl.
For Sam:. A six octave, socond hand
piano, for t"r. Address .Max. Itollor,
caro of Paul Scbuh'a drug atoro.
207-U-C.Ct
Jin. J. IlcitOEK Is now in Now York
city selecting his atoclt of aprlng gooda.
Ho will shortly opsn ns fine nn assort.
ment of gooda ns wns ever brought to
Cairo. 2-2fl.f
Aitextios Fak"):iih. Wo havo a
small lot of tho Urio moveable point
steel plows, which we aro now oll'ering nt
coat to close them out.
Ilni;nVAnr, Oc.tii .' Co,
!ni 13C Commercial nvcr.ue.
Mit. liui.oKii, tho enterprising dry
goods merchant, is now in Now York for
tbo pitrpoao of purchasing Ilia spring
stock of goods. If yctt wnnt good gooda
at low prices wait till hi stock arrive".
2-20 tf
Notici: la noro'jy given that I will pay
no billa for gooda told to nny of tho em
ployes of Tiik Caiko Hullktim, citbor
or thomaolvea or lor the uac of tho ollico
unluse tbo samo nru furnlahcd on un ordor
igned by Mr. Hutnott or myself.
l'J-20-ly .loiltf II. OiiKRUT,
Milk Waoon. I will commenco run
ning a milk wugou on Monday morning
February I will continuo it all sum
mor, r.nd respectfully solicit your pntroo
age. Milk will bo delivered to nny ono
in tho city, daily morning and evening.
Orders may be given to tbo driver of tho
wagon or left at my Ico i.tand, No 81 Ohio
lovoe. (jI'okok Yoci'M.
lC0-2-21-lf
SPE0IALNOT10ES.
J KIILKUS,
Hoot and shoe tnakcr.Tweti h atreet, be
tween Washington nvenuo and l'ojilar
street. Is prepared to male hoots nun t-houn
In tbo l.ite.-t and most lahlon:ililo styles.
Ho will innliu them lo order, old or new
jln w ,U uiivlomera. out of the lit! jilld
(rcbet Ktocl.', of which he ulivuri ,ii,i.s a
good siljiidy on hand from which to mal,
selections. All (U'liig nt hoots anil hhou.s
iiiadc by Mr. Lhlers is done liihlit own shop
no foreign lilting bolinr ued by him.
Olyo blni a call, and hu will give oil rutlx-
taction.
OlftTACUiSTO MARRIAGK
Happy roller tur young mou from the el
icits ot errors and aliiihcs In early life. Man
hood restored. Impediments to marriage
removed. New method of treatment. New
and remarkable iruiedieri. Hooks aud rlr
iillars cent Iror, In tealed envelopes. Ad-ilrc-H,
Howard AhVcialion, No. '2 Houtli
Nintli atreet. 1'hii.vlulphia, Pa an Institu
tion having a high reputation for honorable
ninl net aiui pr.,snnl aklll. lltl d.VwIiin
LlSCALXOTlLi:.
Whereas, Matbew I), (Juiitcr. did on the
seventh day of October A. l).,ls"V, execute
and deliver to Henry L.llalllday a Sale Mort
gage of that ilato upon the premises herein
idler described, which was recorded In the
l!ci onleiN oilier of Alexander County llll
not, on the 17th day of October A. !.. 1S72.
In yolume . of records of ali' Mortgages
on liagr (III) one liunurcil anil eleven, anil
which Was given to M-ciirci rert.aln plonil
Miry nolr, mado by said Mathcw I. (iunter,
of even date with said Sale Mortgage to the
onlci-ol' Henry I.. Halllday, for the Mini ot
twenty live hundred dollar, payable thirty
days, a'fter thu date thereof, Willi lnteret
IVo'm lato until paid tit ten per cent, per
milium.
And whereas, the mM Henry I.. Hallld.iy
did ou tho 23d day of January, A. 1., 1M74,
lor value received, n-lgn i-ald notr mid -ale
Mnrlgago lo thu uiuler-Igued J. II. Clay.
Anil W hereas default has iiecii made in the
payment of wild promNory note mid the In
teret accrued Ihereon.
And whereas It N nrovldeil In ..iid Sale
.lortgage, that III ilclatilt of the, paj ment ol'
-alii null' or nny pari iiicrcol according lo mo
tenor mid cll'ect thereof, tho i-ald Henry I..
Halllday or his legal icpruiieulutivei may af
ter having advertised Kibl t-ulo llfteen ilava
in ti licwrqiaper published In Cairo, llllnol,
or hy posting up written or pi lined notice.
In four places In tho county whero slid
iircMl'cs, nrr rltitnte, may tell the said prcni
Irs or any pint thereof, to tint hlghf-i bid
der for raliuttlio coiii'l-hoii-o door in the
city of Cairo, Illinois, at the lllnu nppolnted
in such tuUurtieiiinil.
Now thcreloiu notici! N heieliy given that
ou Vediieda.y (he lSIb day ot'Miireh, A. !.,
lt7l, lit ten ocloek A.M., of that day, at the
Irout Hoot oi tun rotiri-iinuso in
Cairo, Illinois, 1 c hall nt -ell nt public
miction to iho lilgliel bidder 1'or eali, Hie
following decrlicil property, to ll : Lot
numbered six (0), nvrii (71 and (height. In
block miliibcrcil tlueo i.'l). In Iho lir-t iiddi
tlnn to Iho city of ( aim tho e-tnle thcrciii.
boliiE iiii e(ato for (lie term ol
Iho () year?, (.omiuencliig on thr
ninth il,iv of Mmch, A. lb, 1S7I, im
dci' and bv IrlUt'' ! ti leso bcal lng ilalr
.March nditli, A. lb. 1H71. oxeciitnl by f.
Maais Tavlor mid Eihvln Piuon. Trillce
of Iho Cairo Oily Pioperiy, to Peter A. dm
ant mid by Mild Peter A ('oiiant, with tho
wrilten eoiicni ol" ald Taylor mid I'a'snns
aiglied to Kild Malhcw li. (luutcr on tho
ilUi d.ivofMay, A. 1)., 1S72. togclber with
nil Iho improvement!, theron belonging to tho
Mild Hulliew l). tinnier, of every kind mid
nature mi over, ineluiliinr mill fixtures, en
glim boilers, burn, nnd other fixture atiiicr
tnliiing mid belonging totlio mill building
thcrooii -llimto. J. 1I.Oi.av.
Dalcil March 2d, A. D, 1871. l!J7--3-3-l.)t.
R , 3 MYTH & CO.,
a, AVHOLESALK
LiQi'TJ'ei
DEAI.EIW,
l 7 ! J' a. n - '
:ito
. CO OTrXXO TiX-SXTiSHS
OAlUO. IMilltVII.
An old and popular hotel for
I'erme easy. Koqulrn at this ofllce,
2l:i.3-7-tf
PHIL. H. SAUP,
Wliolcsalo
CONFECTIONER
Ami Manufacturer or
H0M E-M A )E C A NDIES
102 Commercial Ave.
CAIRO, IIXINOIS.
-Onlors from Abroad Promptly Attended to.
IMl'KOVISMENTS l.
DENTISTRY
Ill:,
(I. V.. Doroi.A. belrg ilclciniiiied to
exeell in everv Keiital opcniuou. n:iri-
lllcd nnd rclimilabeil hi Dental I'arlun, M.
Eighth ureet. mill l now n uinir inmi
.. Wlille .V ,lohii-on. of I'lilbulelphhi.
eliii-weekly. the birp-t and linet :i-ort-
ment of Heiitnl Uooil ever oiiereii in tins
illy, and as uoiid ,i can be found hi the
lai'gc-tcltle.
BEAUTIFUL GOLD FILLINGS
Abide asiiccialily.nol iiiiyol'tl dt, mlcru-
ble, hpun.'x wink that diop, out. leaving
teeth rut, ' tiled, dl-coluled, and tttlcll df
Mmynl, I'rlTe. t (iolllell (, llll-pllt III il "Ollll unit
lunild" an the incited metal lleclf.
Children's Teeth.
pi cl.il iitlentlon irlvni to the ttralmeiit ol
Clillilri nS Teeth. I'alelils by li:N luir their
t'lilireu's Teeth rxamiucd oecaloiially,
would -ae them lillleh Mlit'ciiii!; nlnl ill
I'orniilv in nili r years.
Dr. lloiinlas nl-oglvesPaitlciiliii-iittciitlon
to Mechanical Hi nll-ln . Iinvlinr eelllril the
rk'litlotirl)lt.HV.T r PATENT HOLD
AND m illlElt ( O.MltlNATION PLATiS,
wlileh has been tlinrim;:h1v tinted mid up
piocd bv the bet Ientlts In the r.at,aud
Imjoiid n doubt, tlir bet and llnnc-t alllll
ci.il pl.itrnow in nr.
Teeth rxtmctcd without pain by thr itr
of Xltioini)xldiCia, which l pcrlcetly al'r
whcrcjuillcloii-ly adinlnl-tereil,
(I. L'. Donii.AH.
I KSUDAMIK
C. N. D U G IliE s
(7 v.Y ;.,!.
lN,Sl)ltANCEAGI5NT
OICKICH:
llhl'a.
tiblo l.mrr, over Mathll! .V
Jl-.YmiC .ill
h'irnt-dlns ('n)iijiui
1 N S U li A NCEJ
KHI AIILI(I)KI isr.t.
HAFtfOKU, MOHKI8 & UANDKK,
INRU HANCLs AGENTS
7.1 tilito l.e,o,
OITV Tt1 Io?IA I. HANK IIVIMUNO
OAIHO, ILIA
I'ho olilot rs.tnblMie.1 Agency In Southern
Illinois, repicauutltij; over
!Sfi5,nflo,nnn no i
ol tho bct Iiisuraiiiio INplUI ol the
lllllleil Stnl.,il.
noon mmiittii.
PATKONIS'.K
KCOE TRADE
BULLETIN BINDER V,
Jorntr Twelfth btroot and Washington Ave
J. C. 11 U ELS,
(Late of tit. Louis,)
PltOPlUETOlt
HOOK HINDER AND 1JLANR HOOK
MAN UKAOTUltEIt
lliaNIi JlOOKSof ovory dcAcrnitlondono
with ncatnchs and dlanatch. All kinds of
ruling done at uhort notico. Iliblcn, Mucle.
atai;a.inC5 ami i cnuuicai. uuuus n.m nou
Uthclowebt poMinio rntos.
County work, mch ns Kecordh, liocket
Fee Ituuks, llluiika, etc,, made a specially.
lloxcH, Pocket llookn, Envelops, etc., made
to oilier. u-.i.
li. MAXWHliIs & L'U.,
Mattiifiicturerii anil Dealefa In
MAOllIiNK&nURNIGOlLS
iiiui
AXLE CREASE.
Abo Agents for the
CELEBRATED GLOBE
AND
' UJBIUOATING OILS.
N'o, 711), North Malno Street,
St. Louis, Mo.
22 d&wlm.
and Itnlnil
145 lM-Sm.
ENTERPRISE SAVINGB
f.'ttn reil March SI, 18
OITY NATIONAL HANK, CAIKO
orvicxKs :
A. II. 8AKF01U). lreldei.tj
S.S.TAYLOH, Vlce-Proildint;
II. HYriLOl, Secretary and Treasurer
M.n.Ml
I. I. Hi.ni it, Onxa. Uiuouia,
F. U. Brooaru;u, Pict U. Bcnvn,
R. It. CciiiaAi, II. P. lUuiDAt ,
J, O, I'uiLLira.
IJrpo-.llj ol nil Amount Uoml ved f r
Ton Oata Upwcwtfav.
iNrcitntST paid on ilepoetta at taa rat ot itx
r,rcnt. par annum, March lit and Sptm
ner l.n. Intrieit not withdrawn la added larna
tiatel; toihr principal of tho JopoIU, IkairtbT
Rlflnv them compound iotsirMt,
MAAiiiKU wouerr xnv oatLDmn mat
i)roir morst
to in at no oat iui ou vtuw rr.
Upon flfory bualnois day from t a.m. lo t pm
m l HturJr Rr-'.od: lor HAVING DIPtfelTt
sal;, from C to I o clof.k,
tniitt w. riTHI.oP. Ttomott.
T RE CITY NATIONAL
o i :t li, 1 1. 1. 1 a s i a
UAl'lTAL
1110,00(1
V. 1'. llAI.I.IUAt. l'iildnt
HKNHY I,. llAI.I.IUAt, Vmi-PaIJal
A. II.KAKKUKH, Dn.hUr;
WAl.TltH llVill.lif. 4;.tta)i,til.r'
Liactoi
Mtiit.Tiifn., tlotiatti.Uoiaixagua,
(U.nr 1..I1AUIUAV, W. P. Uauidii,
IUi l, WiLiiimo, tiraraaa Hiau
A 11. HilrokD.
MarliMaw, Jotia and tlBltad !
Bond Houajnt aaaidl Sll.
UrifOrilltl rfcoUei, aad a naral tf Yin
IllltflUffflri UUI,
imtST NATIONAL BANK
llf OA hb,
It. W. Mii.lkh, President.
.1. it. I'm i.iro, VICB-i'rsaldent,
CtiAa. Cuj-HlHtilUM, Caahlir.
'JOLLKOTIONH PBOMPTLY MADB.
ITSXUnANOK, oolo, bask BoU aaJ UalKl
Fj HUtat aoearlliea bought and aold.
7t ! AllawasJ naa Tlaa
MISSOURI STATE LOTTERY.
Lioalizeb or Stat Authomtt amo
Duawn in Public St. Loro.
Grand Single N amber Sehta.
00,000 NUMBiafl
Clabs C, to iik Uuawn March 31, 1874
6,680 Prizes, Amounting to $300,000.
1 Priieof.
.100.000
see PrtMi or.,
f..
' of.,
9 Of.
Of.,
U of.,
SS " Of.
"i wS
1
1
Of 13.IW
of. 10,000
of........ 7, mo
of 1,000
ot 1,500
of 1,000
Of APO
or. m
1
4
4
il)
40
eo
1M
100
10
ISO " of.
frOO Ol.
Tlckots $10; Half TiokeU, fa- Quarter
TiokeU, $1 60.
Our loltsrln ar ohartrd by tka Btata, ata
jlw.ijn drawn l thu Una namtd, aad all draw-
Ihk ara under tin nuper'Uioa ot aworaaeB,
mMonera.
Tlicomclal dnwlnx will ba publUhad la Iba
M Louis papora anil a oopj of drawing aant lo
iuitch.ir of tlnkoti.
YVc will draw aaimllar achomo th laat day ot
u.cry month during tho jar 1171.
KcihIi at our rlrk br poatnfflea moatr ordar,
rccltlcrct letter, diari or czpraaa . Band for our
cutir, AiMiaia, MUHKAT, MlLl.Kfc a 00.,
1', O. bo UIIS. Ut. Loula. Mo.
FINE MILLINERY GOODS
1'UUHU Ml'HlMM HTYLBM.
M It 8 , M . J A 0 K 8 0 N ,
(Formerly Mrs. Swandon,)
announces that the has just) opened ft large
assortment ot the
NEWEST,
MOST FASHIONABLB,
AND UANDSOMIBT
Millinery (looda to be touad in tbenurktl
Sho will keep on hand
Hats, Honnktb, Flowim, Riibovb,
Dkesh Tbimuinoh or All Kivoe,
Ladies Fubnisiiinq Goods, Noriojia,
COLLARD. UiJDIUiLIVBa,KCfW,
And aU goods found in mllllnerv atarea, all
ol which will bo dlapoacd ot ftt the iow ait
cash prices. Mra. Jacksoa retpeelfUUy
aiskH a continuation of the pauoaaga wlla
ban been so UbeiaUy btataowetl upoa iar by
the ladles of Cairo and the vlclnttr.
O.W. RUNNING, li. J'
HKSlUKNOIS-corner JM X
jir,.t oittco corner sixta tweet auiu
3Mw.Ottwt- a. B..b
;2lU.,alidDp. Ill

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