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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 1874.
LOCAL WEATHER REPORT,
ORbBRVBR'H OKKIOK, OilHO, llll., I
.March 11, 10:11 p.m., lo74, I
Beiortr,30:ltifl degrees.
'Ihtimometer, 41 degrees
WUidN. K. Velocity 4 iiillut per hour.
Weather, clear.
Maximum temperature lor last 'it hours,
Minimum temperature lor tbe latt'J4 tours,
Ji degress.
Prevailing wind lor lut 'J! Uour, N.
Total number of mllea .traveled by wlud
during Uit 'it lioun , '::.
fcliWIN UooTIt
Observer Signal Service, U. 8.
RAILROADS.
TIME CARD.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD.
TI'.IINH LKAVK CAIKO.
Mail at 100 a.m., Dally.
Kxprtstat :i:00 p.ni., '
Freight at 4:00 a.m., ..except .Sunday
Jfrelghtat ....ll:Ki a.m.,,...
Krelgbtat . . 4:00 p.in.,. . " "
ARRIVK AT CAIKO,
Mall at S:l& a.m.,... Dally
Kxpren at 'l:0l p.m., ....except .Sunday
Freight at t:lB a.m.,. ...except Monday
'Freight al 7:10 j in., except .Sunday
Krehjbt at".... .10.00 p.m '
IM !M7-tf. James Johnson, Agent.
THE CAIRO AND VINOKNNKS
RAILROAD.
cmanuk or riMK.
On and alter Sunday, February '21, 1074,
tralut trill run a followi :
ioi.no mouth.
rjkM'tiL'cr. Kri.lyht.
('alto, leavo fi:(l a.m. ":). A.M.
r.:0."i
Mound City, leave r.:'ii
Vlnma. leave f!:i:i
Ml
llili
:m
4:i:
7:(H
!t:-J0
.liarrlibnrc, lcav Hil'j "
Norrl City, leavo .. H:l.'i "
Caniil, arrive- H:.V) '
C'arinl. leave HMW "
Urayvtllc, leave 1U:I0 "
Mount Carmel, leave ...II SIS '
Vlneennc.s, leave I'.M.
O.x-M.Jiiiirtlmi,nrrlV0.i:!:S3
(loi. mi boutir.
I'aeiigcr,
O.AM. Junction, leave.. 7:t.'i a.m.
Vlncennes leae 7:2." "
Mount Carmel, leave.... HM "
AIM.
i:relld.
7:h0
0:Dl
lo:17
11)
G:l.t
7:10
ii:lil
ia:lfi
:i:lo
:i:40
I'.M.
tirayvllle, leave P:I8
f'aruil, arrive 10:(l
Carml, leave 10:10
Kn - 'f , .. t. .......
A.M.
JtarrtsburKli, leave 11:41
Vienna, leave 1:1
Mound City, leave '2:1
I'.M.
'"jlro, arrive
MOUND CITT ACCOUUOPAT10H.
Leave Cairo at 11 UK) a.m. and r; I ." p.m.
Leave Mound City atl'JAi p.m. and 0:10p.m.
Freight trains atop over night nt O.irinl;
run from tliere as mixed train, living at
tM a.m.; leaving Vlncennes at 7 p.m. I lie
:ime ci cuing for return trip.
COXNKCTIOXi.
At Cairo wltb the Mlllppl Central,
Mobile anpOlilo, for all poind foul; Cairo,
Arkansas and Texas, lor all point In Arkah
fas ami Texan.
At Vlncennes: Indianapolis and Yiiicennet
railway for Indianapolis and all points north,
rait aud went; with Kvansvllle and Craw
lordivlllc railway for E anivllle,Terra tlaute,
Danville, Chicago and all point iiortb, eait
and went; with Ohio and Mlistppl rail
nay for fit. LouU), Ixjulsvllle, Cincinnati and
all points eaut and wet.
Al Norrla City crossing Iho Sprlnglicld
and llllioU Soutbeatteru railway.
L. W. Palukr, (len'l Hup't.
K. '. Wu.-ov, Uen'l Passenger, At.
87-13-tf
OA I HO, ARKANSAS AND TEXAS
AND (JAIKO A.NJ) FUL
TON RAILROADS.
The ihorteil and only direct route Irom
Cairo la JaoWsouport, Little lloe.k, Hot
springs, Fulton, and all polnta In Arkansa
and the South west, and llatveaton, Houston,
Dalian, Austin and all points In Texas
TWW.Vti HOUIta IN advanck ok
ANY OTHKH ItOUl'K.
'I'hroiiKli tk-ketii, through blllt of lading,
and Information aa to freight ratea, pa
tender lure, eounectlont, etc., can be ob
tained at the company's aUlce in Winter'!
Stock, corner of Seventh street and Com
mercial avenue.
Uaeki will call at private .realdonce and
Lotel for pabucugcrs, wliun orders are lelt
!u tliiio.
Klegaut rullman palace tlecplnt; cam on
all nlgbt tralni.
TruUiii run dally, (Sundaya excepted) from
win vnnw miuv." u iwuvni
CIUKI.I8TON ACCOM MOD ATKIW.
Leave Urcentteld's,.,.(tJJ a in and 4:0.rp.m,
Aralvo at Orcenlleld'a .0:17 a m nud3:SS p.m.
KXTRKS8 HUNS PA1LV
Leavcs UreenUeld's '00:p. in,
Arrive nt Oreenlleld's 1:40 p.m.
D. AXTXLL, Chief Knt;lneer.
LiWTERK.
WILLIAM J. AIJ.KN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
UAIKU, ILLIMOIH.
Offlce over Flrrt National bank. 8-10-8m
SAMUEL P. WHKKLER,
ATTOHNKY k COUNSELOR AT LAW
OA I HO, ILLINOIS.
Offlce over Flrnt National bank. 8-ltam
John u. Muiicey. Wlllm C. Mulkey
MULKKY & SON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
(JAIRO, ILLINOIS.
' Offlce: Kluhta itroet, between Commer
clal and Waaklnaton avenuei.
fc-14 tf.
GREEN 4. GILBERT,
ATTOBN1TS
(JOUNBKLOBS AT LAW,
Willlaw H.UrMn. 1
William n. Gilbert,
Mileir.Ollaerl, J
OAIBO, lUiIKOlB,
MTSpaelal atUatloa RlTta to AdaBlielly U
IlMaauaai DBiiiwi.
ttiom OHIO L1TII, BOOM! T ABB 0T1
niTYVATIOVAL MAM9
DR. W. BLAUW
GERMAN PHYSICIAN.
IJudori --.Wup itatra) cornr 8th Stro
50-31-tf,
tIU0, ILLINOIS.
THE BULLETIN.
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS,
ANNOUNCEMENTS.
TO CANDIDATES.
To HKCirttlC TUB 1N8EHIIOX Ol' AS AN'
NOU.NCKMKSr I.N .TllKllULLntN' Till: I'UDLI
CA1IO.N I KK MI.'HT, BK I'Alli WHEN TUB
A.N.NOUNCKMF..NT 18 llANUKfl I.N. TlllHtlULK
WIM. nit HTKICTI.V AIHIKIIKH Tl. ClTV
oh r'eh ffi; WAitu orricins,
.
Mnnoii IUji.i.kiin :-You will pli.iiH-an-noiiiire
that I urn :i eandldAlc for the ohlco
nrdly cleik at the enmiluc charter election.
W. K. Hawkins.
Go to Klllolt dt llarthorn't and lee th
protection toe ibot for children. On
pair will I ait ai long at tbree pair mad
in tbo old way. ai-3-l'J.t
Koh Salb A number ono .Skiff. Ap
ply to O. Winston. 3-12-31
CHIT-CHAT.
Judge Or r, of Mlnlnlppl, was at the
St. Charlui yetterday.
Dr. Walk, of Meupbli, Wa at tba
tit. Charlee yesterday.
Captain Alf. Cutting, of Metropolis,
wat in tbe city on Tuei liy and yetter
day.
Mr. Sam. 0. Foiter bat returned to
tbe city and taken up quarters at tbe St.
Cbarlet.
A couple of "plain drunkt"' consti
tuted tbo ontiru business transacted in
Judge lirost' police court yotterday.
Tbe ferry romyany have purchased
of C'apt. Falls several acres of land lying:
along tne river just above Bird's point.
It is said there Is not a cburcb in
Mallard county; "tut a floor lot of danc
ers than it to be found in tbat county
would bo bard to scratch together."
Tbe roildence of Mr 0. Cloio, corner
of of Twentieth and Walnut streets, wit
entered by burglars on Tuesday night,
and a quantity of clothing stolen. No
clue to tbo burglars.
Matt Hums died at half-past eight
o'clock last night. II will bo hurried on
Kriday afternoon at three o'clock by a spe
cial train from the foot of Fourth street.
Friends and acquaintances of the deceased
are invited to attend. 3-1.-U
l'rominent among tbo arrivals at the
St. Charles yesterday were John D Storm
and Oliver Uuckle, Haltitnore; lien Kim
ble, Chicago; Louis Mays, Philadelphia;
W J Athford, Memphis; O Kiad and wife,
Grenada, Mississippi, and J II Ferry,
Now tork.
On Tuesday night about eleven
o'clock, when the passenger train on tbe
Mississippi Central railroad was within a
few feet of the bridge over May-
Held creek, tho sleeping coach
juaped tho track, and was dragged
a distance of about 180 feet before tbe en
gine could be itopped. Fortunately, tbe
coupling did not broak, or tbe car with all
in it might have been precipitated into tbe
water under tbe briJge which Is ati.mt lf
feet deep.
-Wis, Khlors withes to inform tbe pub
lic tbat ho has just-received a large stock
of imported French calf and Morocco
Leather from Adolph Nickel, of Cincin
nati, direct importers, and bo can there
fore warrant all bis work to be of not only
the bent manufaetiiro, but of tbo very
best niaterUI. Any one who deiiros lino
Hoots, Shoes or (Jailors will tind It to
their intorest to call on Mr. K.blers at bis
shop, 'JOtb street, and examine bis stock
and styles Leforo ordering elsewhere.
J03-a.4.1m
We beard it stated yesterday that a
serious ditUculty took place on tbe tow-
boat John Ullmore while tbo lay at the
wharf In this city on Tuesday evening.
Tbe light began at tbe supper tablo be
tween tbe captain of tbe boat and one of
the engineers, but before it was ended an
other one ot the engineers and the mate
were drawn into it. It is said Captain
Gilmoru was badly cut on one of bit
hands, but received no further serious in
juries. The mato and second engineer
camo to the assistance of the captain in
tho quarrel.
At the bead of tbo local column in
this mrnlng'x Uum.ktin will be found
the card of Mr. W. K. Hawkins, who an
nounce bimielf la the field as a candi
date for tbe ollice of city clerk, " Will"
Hawkins is known to almost overy man,
wonun and child in Cairo, having lived
here many years and, for aught w
know, was born in Cairo. He is amply
qualified to llll the position ho seeks, and
if the sovereigns of Calra should tee lit
to bestow tbe offlce upon him, we bolleve
he would fill It to the satisfaction of tbe
people and with crodlt to himself.
At about fifteen minutct to tbree
o'clock thla morning burglars mado an
enteranco into Swoboda'i gropery store at
tho corner of l'oplar and Eighteenth
ttroots. Ofllcers Moohnor and Wooton
detected tbo burglarc and undertook to
arrest them, but thoy ran when the offi
cer fired two shots at them. One
of them was baaly wounded, as ho could
be tracked by tho blood as ho ran, He
wa traced to the bank of the Ohio jiver
where a lot of bloody atones, whero be
(tood on thorn, wore found. It i suppoi-
they had a skiff ready In case they should
need to got away,
On Tuesday aftornoon a difficulty oc
curred at Blandvillo between a shoemak
er named Rootoand Mr. J. H. Dalton.
lloote and Dalton are brother-In-laws, and
tbe former it or wat in tbe habit of whip
ping bit wlfo. On Tuetday he gave her
.hard beating, and not satisfied with
whipping ber, determined to thrash Mr.
Daltou, her brother. Rut Dalton was not
in the humor to bo whipped, and when
Root ttarted in on him, he drew a knife
and ittbbed Rooto la the breast, and then
took a brick and combed Roote'i balr
with it. Rooto wat to badly used up that
hit friends had to put him in hit little
bod, and it it expocted that about Sunday
next they will have to put him in bit lit
tie grave. Dalton wa arrottod, and held
to ball in tbo turn of $300. Dalton wa
ouco n resident of Cairo.
CITY COUMdll.,
Kluni.it MUTING.
CouwoiL ClIAUbSa, 1
Cairo, III., Maroh to, 1874.
Present Hit Hoior Mayer Wood and
Aldtrnea McKwea, MoOauley, Meyers,
Phillip, RltUnhout and Robinson-fl,
Mor Wood pretldlng.
AM OKDIXAMCB.
A bill fur an ordinanc entitled "An
ordinance to amend section 1C of Ordi
nance No. 2" wat, on motion of Alderman
Meyer, temporarily laid upon tbe table.
OA COMTBACT.
On mot I .in f Alderman Meyers, tbe
ooutnlttM on street were instructed to
certain from tk uprintndnt of the
(U company, what othtr arrangement
they are willing to -at for furnishing
gat, btilde receiving inlrst-bering
crip.
BILLS.
Th committ on claim reporttQ back
tb following bills, recommending pay
mnt of th tame, at follow, viz
Dr. C H Jtrans, visit to jail and
medicine t to
John 11 Oberly, acrip book, cash.
'U 80
joun ii uoeny, pumisniug coun
cil proceeding, etc 4
26
jonn u uoeny, ia walk tax no
tice R B Yocutn, circuit clerk, feet in
case In circuit court, dismlsied
atclty'cot
Tho Boyle, faaullnsr C4 loads
t 00
l'J 40
of brick tat 27
00
u McCarthy, 4 day in tharee of
JtilMB:
8 00
II 00
29 21
21 'it,
1C 88
11 00
2H i!5
18 09
3 C7
10 00
23 90
44 10
3 1.0
H 40
Tbo Fitzgerald, Bdavi work on
sldewalEs
Tho Fitzgerald, 13 day work on
arainag ,
Wen qulnn, l:t day work on
drainage
Win Qulnn, 74 day work on
ldwlk.....:... .;.
M K Power, hauling 22 load
sidewalk lumber
Peter Conlan, 13 day work on
drainage
Peter Conlan, 8 day work on
sidewalks
D McCarthy, extra ratal fura-
ishtd Dritonert
Jam Rom, a ton coal for coun
cil building
James Rots, 6 ton coal for jall.in
full of bill for $25 60
Cairo City Ua Company, gas
used al the different engine
boustt to March 1
Cairo City Oat Company, cat
uted at city jail 3 months to
March 1
Cairo City Ua Company, gat
uted at coUBotl build
Ine 3 month to March 1
Cairo City Oat Company, gat
used in ttren lamp in Febru
ary, in full of bill for S08
Fillmor Caldwell, hauling a
drunken man to jail
R U Cunnlnbam, rant for coun
cil buildioc in February
80!
44
00
CO CO
91 AO
e oo
DlMoUerthy, dlttlag prltonen
in Februarr
lHBCMyt.,
Barclay Bros, 3 crusts vaccine
virus
Illinois Central B. K. Co., for
moving track ob Leva street
from 4th to 14th ttrtett, aa per
Ordiuano So. 36, approved
Oct, 18, 1872 3000 0
On motion of Alderman Robinson
said bills war allowed by tbe following
vote: Ayet MeKwen, McOauly, Mey
ers, Phillip, Rittenbout and Robinson
. nay o.
KBaOLUTIOM BLKCTION.
The following retolutiont were uUertd
and, on motion of Alderman Robinson,
adopted, viz. :
Resolved. Tbat tbe city clerk be and he
is hereby instructed to give proper notice
of the tlly election tu be held on tbe 2 1st
day of April next, for a city clerk, a city
treasurer, a city attorney ana one aiur-
man fur each waid; also for one alder
man for tbe 1st ward to fill tbe vacancy
occasioned by th removal ot Hiram Uix-
by from the city.
Resolved, That the places for holding
. , . l. l.tnK 1.. Alf vl. . In th
tlrtt ward, at th communion bouie of
K. r. Davit on th touth aid ot Sixth
street between Commercial and Washing
ton avenue; in the cond ward, at tbe
Rough and Ready Bglf bouse; in the
thira ward, at th Hibernian engine
home; in tho fourth ward, at tbe court
house; and la tbe fifth ward, at tbe home
of Mr. Sullivan on the northwest coiner
of Commercial avenu and Twenty-tlftb
ttreet.
JUDUie AND CLBBM OF KLICT10K
The mayor nominated the following
perton to act as judge and clerkt of tbe
election: Firtt Ward, judge, Geo. W.
McKeaig, Jame Garland and Paul G.
Scbub; clerkt, Herman Able and Don
McKenzle. Second "Ward, judget, C. X.
Hughes, U. Lame acdL. J. Ryrnu; clerks,
A. Comings and A. A. Haynes. Third
Ward, John 11. Gossman, Tbos. Kertb
and B. F. Parker; clerkt, R. F. Blake and
B. MoManus. Fourth Ward, judges Wm.
Martin, R. S. Tocum and F. M. Ward;
clerkt, Richard Fitzgerald and John C.
White. Fifth Ward, Judge, 1). H. Mor
gan, V. L,ancatter ana Jonn v. lainot;
clerk, John 0. Zenne and W. B, Fisher.
On motion of Alderman Meyer, said
nomination were confirmed and (aid per
ton appointed to act a Judge and clerk
of said election.
LXVBB COUUIUIONIBS BXTORT.
John P. Hely, D. J. Galligan and John
H. Goismao, commissioners appointed on
the 4th Intt. to ettlmat and report to tho
council the cost of improving Levee ttroet
at contemplated, and provided by ordln
ace No. C4, approve! .August 26, 1873,
and ordinanc No. 06, approved Septem
ber 33, 1873, including labor, material and
all other expenses attending tb same, and
alio th cost of making and levying the
aiieument, reported tbe following a their
estimate, viz :
For graveling aud improving
Levee street from South Line
of Fourth to Center Line ot
Sixth streets $ C73 10
For graveling and improving
Levee street from Center Line
of Sixth to Center Lin of
Eighth street 815 30
For graveling and improving
Levee ttreet from Centr Line
r Klghth to Centra Llaeof
Tenth ttrU 845 30
For graveling and improving
Levee itreet from Centr Liae
or TtntU to Center Lin of
Twlfthtreti 845 30
For graveling and improviag
Lvm trett from Center Lin
of Twelfth to North lid of
FourtMUth ttreet C50 10
For making and levying assess
mint or special tax 83 00
Total, f3,050 10
On motion of Aldrman Robinton said
report waa approved.
, On Mellon of Aldirman McOaulty tho
city attorney was Instructed to file the
proper petition In tho county court for
proceedings to nissis tliu cost of the Im
provement provided by tho abovo men
tioned ordinances.
( OMCTIIOl.t.Klt's htrOUT
'I'll a city comptroller reported tbat at
per Instructions at tho Ust mooting, he
would rnport tlml bo had toon
Mr It. II. Cunningham, concerning a
further lenio ol tbo building now occu
pied by tho city, and lni agrees to rent
said building for another year nl tbo same
price now paid ($60 a month), or he will
rent tbo uppor portion fur $25 a month,
Tbat Judge llrois agrees to rent n room
in the upper Moor of his building, front
ing Commercial avenue, with tho privi
lege of holding council meetings In bis
court room tor. $'20 a month.
On motion of Alderman Rittenbouse,
said roport was referred to a special com
mittee of three, with instructions to re
port at the toil meeting. Tbo cbalr ap
pointed its such cmnmltteo Alderii'en
Rlttenbouio, Phillips and Meyers,
VKTO UESSAOC.
Tbe following veto menage from tbe
mayor wat read, viz:
GSNTI.KMSM or TIIK ClTV CoL'.NCIL: 1
herewith respectfully return to you for
your further, consideration an ordinance
to amend an ordmanco "on fires, fire de
partment and fire limits," and state my
reasons for not approving tho tame. The
ordinance passed by your honorable body
is In my opinion to'swecplng In its char
acter, not for the reason that it deprives
the mayor from being tbe chief engineer
of tbo Uro department as I, as mayor,
would mu'jh prefer being relieved from
tbe responsibility of that position, and
have it pass into the bands of tome one
better acquainted with itt workings and
its requirements. But tbe nmended ordi
nance passed at your last regular meeting
wipes Irom the department all members
of the city council, and places tbo ontlre
control ot tbe department in tbe hands of
an engineer and his assistant.
Section nineteen of ordinance number
eleven, provides that in tbe absence of
tho chief engineer or his assistant, any
two tiro wardens with any three members
of the city council, may dlroct and order
the cutting and tearing down of any
building, fence or ihed for tbe purpose of
checking the nroKroci of n tiro while
lection eleven of the amended 'ordlnanco
deprives tbe members of the council from
beinc members of tbo firo department,
either active or othorwiso. Thus the ono
section Is in direct conflict with tbo otbor,
and tbereforo cannot receive my approval.
IJul the groateit objection in my opinion
to the amended ordinanro is tbat it puts
tbo control financially of tbo dep&rtmont
Into the bands of a committee of three, to
it: Tho committco on lire department
of tbe council. Wliatevor thoy ordor to be
done to the soveral engines and appar
atus of each company, will be prima
facio evidenco that tho council desires
tbe work done. The city council, If this
ordinance bocomes a law, will hi.vo no
voice in tho matter in question, and so
long as tbe commltteo in their judg
ment thinks there is work to bo done, they
can do tbe same, no matter what tbo ex
pense amounts to, and after it is done, tbe
council in their judgment may refuse to
pay for tho same, and in consequence of
relutal may bring tbo city into uxpenslvo
and endlets litigation with tbo party or
Bar ties who may have dooo the work,
ut gontlemen, should the amended ordi
nance become law, great discretion
would have to be used by tbn appointing
power, to select tho committee so tbat
they would be equally distributed among
the different companies in the city,
and so that each company would receive
their just and equal proportion of the
money appropriated for their uso. If it
were otherwise, jealousy and dissatisfac
tion would very naturally sooner or later
arise, and tbe very object for which fire
companies uro organized might be ren
dered less beneficial by tho adoption of
this law. From all the reasons assigned,
it would, In my opinion, bo much bettor to
change the amended ordinance so that the
council can control tho expenditures bo
fjre tbey aro made. If it wero otherwise
than tlii tbo mayor and city council
would have no voice in the amounts to be
expended, but only ou the payment of
tbein after tbev had been contracted for.
It is true tbat tho council limit the
amount to ba appropriated and to bo OX'
pendod, but under this ordinanro ono or
two firo companies might get the whole
amount, aud tho others could get no part
or me ninu appropriated lor their ue.
Very respectfully submitted,
John Wood,
March 10th, 1874. Mayor.
On motion of Alderman McKwen, tho
vote on tho adoption of tbn ordinanro was
reconsidorei.
Two thirds of ull tbo monitors elect not
being presont, (tbo numbor required to
pass tbe ordinance, notwithstanding tbo
mayor's veto), further actiou upon tho or
dinance was deterred until next moot
ing. l.luuou uoniis.
State and city bonds of Uobert Smyth
for liquor license were presented, and, on
motion of Alderman Moyers, approved.
ABA.THMKNT OV SIIIBWALK TAXES.
The following rosolutlon was offered
and, on motion of Aldorinan Robinson,
adopted, viz :
Rosolved, That tho superintendent of
ttreots be instructed to glvo to tbe city
clerk a list of ull tho lots roportod to the
county colloctor as delinquent for side
walk taxos in front of which, sidewalks
not boon built or ropairod, or which tbo
ownors themselves bavo built or repaired,
and that the city clorl; roquost taid county
collector to strike s&id lots from his delin
quent list.
On motion of Alderman McUnuloy, ftd-
journod.
M. J. IIowlev, City Olork.
TiirtKK and only tbroo moro day board
erscan bo taken at tbo St. Charles. This Is
tbo lut opportunity at tho reduced rates
108.3-3
Wanted at tho St. Charles hotol, two
chambermaids. None neod apply unless
thoy thoroughly understand tbe butines
and can bring good references, Liberal
wages paid. 214-3-7-tf
SOMXTIIINO NKW F0H CHILDREN, in
th way of shoot. Tho "protection to"
It the greatost invention of tb loth cen
tury. Elliott & Uaythorn, who aro al
ways firtt In tho field, keep thorn,
225 3-12-Ct
The liarbor (bop it ou tiio corner ol
Eighth ttroet and Commercial avenuo
whero J. Goorgo Sttonhouto with bit gen
tlemanly assistants can bo found at any
hour of tho day or night, roady to lootho
your feollng with a smooth shave, or cool
your toropor and head with a good sham
poo. It is a firet-clait shop, and you aro
ure of receiving first-class treatment.
Ladles' and ohlldron'i hair cut or curled
after tho most approved styles. 8-16-tf
HIVKrl NKVTM.
fur Mali
ARRIVALS
and depattiirr lor tho 21 hours ending at ft
p. in. laat evening:
.Steamer Gracy, Columbus
" City Chester, 8t Louis
" Nick J.ongwortb, Cincinnati
" Thompson Dean, Cincinnati
" Belle Memphis, Memphis
11 Thomas W Means, Pittsburg
DXf AHTKtl.
Steamer
ii
Gracey, Columbus
City Chester, Memphis
" Hello Memphis, St Louis
" Thompson Dean, New Orleans
" Nick Longworlb, Now Orleans
" Thomas W Means, St Louis
" James GUmore, St Louis
TUB 11IVKK8.
The Ohio liver camo to a stand at this
port yesterday, and will probably bo tail
ing to-day. It reached a hoighth or 44
feut abovo low water mark, and came with
in seven feet of the high water mark of
lSfCl. The Mississippi is still rising at St.
Louis, with 12 to It feet out to thlt city.
There wa tome Improvement In business
yesterday. Tbe weather was pleasant,
though a stiff north wind prevailed tbe
icreater part of the day. Tho ferry-boat
Three State, will continue to mako her
landings at Fort Jefferson for some time
yot.
ITEMS or CABUO.
Tbe Nick I.ongworth had a good trip
and filled out here The Thompson
Dean had ouly a moderate cargo, but bad
a very fair trip ot people. She added
nothing bore The Thos. W. Meant
resblpped COO kegt of nailt on the Dean,
for New Orleans, and hat a good trip fur
St. Louis.
As old and popular hotel for sale.
Terms easy. Enquire at this office.
213.3-7-tf
Fob uai and iteata fitting go to Ren
nio's Vulcan iron works, Commercial
avenuo, foot of Ninth street 8-10-tf
For Sale $2,000 in city scrip. For
salo in quantities to euit tbo purchaser
Apply to H. T. Gkroulij.
17.1-2-22.tr
Fruit farm for sale at Villa Ridge in
five to twontr acres lots, sot with tho
cbolcost of fruit. Inquirer at Wilcox's
grocery. 178-2-21-121
Delino.uk.nt Land Tax. Remember
that taxes on all lots and land bocomo
delinquent an the tenth of March.
Alkx. H. Ikvik, Sheriff.
20C.3-C-4t
llURUKR, tbe dry goods merchant, is
now in New York purchasing hit ttock
of goodt for tbn spring trade. Defer
your purchases until he returns, 2-2C tt.
Kou Sale. A six octave, second hand
piano, for 175. Address Max. Roller,
care of Paul .Hfhuh'i drug store.
207-3-C.Ct
Mu. J. IttiuiixH U now in New York
city soloeting bin utock of sprint; goods.
11m will shortly open as lino an assort
mont of good as was over brought to
Ciro. 2-2C.tr
Attention Farmer. Wo bavo a
small lot of the line moveable point
steel plows, which we are now olliirltig at
cost to close tbem out.
bKERWAKT, ORTII iV Co,
Iiii 130 Commercial aveune.
tin. Buhoem, the enterprising dry
goods merchant, it now In Now York for
tbo purpose of purchasing bit spring
stock of goods. If you want good goods
at low prices wait till bit stock arrives.
2-20 tf
For Rr.N r. The brick bouse situated
corner Third street and Commercial ave
nue. Tbe bouso has been put in good ro
pair throughout and Is well arranged for
it hotel or boarding bouse, alto room to
rent on Third street. Inquire of Win
Molliile, No. 5, Winter' block.
105-2..i.tf
Notice ie nereby glvon tbat I will pay
no bill for goods sold to any of the em'
ployet of Tub Cairo Bulletin, either
or tbomtulvoa or for tho use of tbe office
unleeo the sauio are furnished on an order
igned by Mr. Uurnett or mysoir.
12-20-ly Jonn H. Oubblt,
Milk Wauon. I will commtneo run
ning a milk wagon on Monday morning
February 23. 1 will continue it all sum
mer, and reipoctfully solicit your patron
age. Milk will bo delivered to any one
in the city, dally morning and evening.
Orders may be given to tbe .drlvor of the
wagon or left at my Ico Hand, No 81 Ohio
levoo. (Iiorok Yocum.
ico-a-ai-tf
Owinq to tho hard times and tho in
ability of many of the suffering to visi-
tho Natiobal Hubqical Institute at
Indianapolis, Indiana, three of tho Sur
geon of tho Institute have yielded to
urgont solicitations, and will visit Cairo,
stopping at the St. Cbarlei hotel, Tuetday
and Wednetday, March 24th and 35th,
1874, with all klndt of surgical appara
tus and appliancei, and fully prepared to
treat tuch casts at may call upon them
for relief, tbu saving th patient a long
journoy to the Home Institution, Tbey
will come especially prepared to treat all
Surgical cases; Paralysis; all kinds of
deformities of the Faoe, Splno, and limbs;
Dlteued Joints; Dlsoaitd Kyts; Catarrh;
Private Disoases; Files; Fistula, Ac. No
oases will bo undertaken without a fair
hope jf relief. Prices will be modorado.
It is needless to tay that thlt Institution
it entirely responsible, and tbe largest and
most popular, of tho kind la America,
curing thousaud of cite annually. Coma
tho first day, if pottible, at a gnat crowd
will be there. Reubvibeb tub time and
i'LAck. Send to tb Institute, for a circu-
lar. 220-3-12-eod-5t-w.lt
, FOR BALK.
Two Battorlei of two Doilori, each 24
foot long, 42 inch Dram, 2 14 luoh Flue
with flru front. Mud and Steam drum
Safety and Mud valves, Chimney and
Britchln, all complete and in flnt-cla
order); bien used only thr month. For
price, etc., Inquire ot J. T. Emmie,
O-aiMf. Vulcan Iron "Works,
PHIL. H. SAUP,
Wliolculn
CONFECTIONER
And Manufacturer of
HOME-MADECANDIES
102 Commeroial Ave.
CAIRO ILLINOIS
flCg-Orders from Abroad Promptly Attended to.
FOR SALK.
Second-clast clothing, watches, Jewelry,
pistols, &c, bought and told. Opposite
Cairo and Vlncennos railroad depot.
18S-2.27.tf M. CoYKE
WILCOX
Teh pounds of brown sugar for f I; 8
pounds best coffee sugar at f J; 2 pounds
of choico butter at fl; 10 cents for lard;
Imperial tea at $1; pota' h-s 30 cents per
peck; 3 lbs coffee $1, at pies 40 coots, at
Wilcox' Block. 107-2. Mm
REAL KSTATK FOR SALE.
Lot No. 2 in block 17, first addition,
with a two-story frame liou'e fr-mtimr on
Commercial avenue, and thrt !-'.'
3'J and 40), name block, fronting en Sav
ontoonth street, are offered for solo at a
bargain. Apply oo the premises, corner
Seventeenth and Commercial avenuo.
icr,.2.20-lm F. M. Ward.
AUCTION SALB OF FANCY ORO-
CERIKS.
At my business houso on tho Ohio levee,
commencing Thursday morning, March
12, at 10 o clock a. m. continuing until our
entire stock is closed out, consisting of
caned peaches, tomatoes, corn, oysters,
plckels, plcoi, h largo lot of soap and
starch, ropo, manllla, wooden ware, etc.
In tbo future wo intend doallng in liquors
alone, of which wo have a complete stock.
222.:i.l0 4t R. Smith & Co.
GRAND OPUNING AND FREE
LUNCH.
1 will open my newly fitted saloon, in
tho Central boute on Sixth ttreet, Mon
day, March 16th, with a grand free lunch
in the evening, to which ovorybody U in
vited. Tho table will be spread with
everything palatable and in teasnri, aud
tbo best of wines, liquors, betir and cigars
will bo dealt out to tboso who will honor
mo by accopting this invitation. Como
ono, come all. Remember tbo titno nnd
plaeo. .Ions' Hvi'NKi:.
.2183.111.(11.
Wk bavo something new In tho way of
half-sheet posters, which wo think aro
just the thing for the tpri.ig trado. Thuy
consist of tlx dltferent designs, litbn-
gtaphod, wltb mortices and margins fur
printing. Two ol tbo cuts are Bultablo
lor any businciii ; tho other four for Uiots
aud shoes, photographers, druggists and
dry good. We bavu hut one hundred of
each cut, and will furnish tbem printed at
Cincinnati prices. Wo have also eonio
fancy cardi. Tho "language of ilowurs,'
ton designs; "lloquet," twolvo designs;
'Opera," four designs and '."Comic" cards
twenty-four designs which wu furnish
prlntod at $10 to $12 pur M,, Cincinnati
prices. Who wants thorn? Don't all
speak at mien. lc:i.2.l!Klt
PUULIC SAliE.
I will sell myeiitiro stock of tbo boat
of Beef, Pork, Veal, Mutton, Poultry,
Butter, Kggf, Lard, Irish Potatoes, Sweet
Potatoes, Apple, Flour, Meal, :lpk-fd
Beef, and the best of Corned Beef. Tbu
salo will commence at 5 o'clock in the
morning and continuo until nine at night
each day for nino months, Sundays ox
cop ted. 1 have also 180 acres of tho best
of cotton land to sell or exchange for Cairo
property. I also want soveral good agents
to sell fruit troos. All of tbo above will
be explained by calling on S. Patterson,
csrnor of Ninth and Walnut strootf, ns
tbero is tbo placo tho salo of the meat and
vogotablo will bo mado. 92 1-31-lm.
Cairo, Ills., Jan. .T., 1874.
THE ST. CHARLES HOTEL.
Tho undersigned having reiutnod the
management of the above hotol, trust by
strict attention to business, to tbo wauU
and comfort of thoir guests, to morittho
renewed favor of their old patron and the
traveling public in general
The Saint Cbarle will at once undergo
a thorough renovation, nnd bo much im
proved in all it appointments.
Good sample room and special rates tor
commercial travelers.
All beceaga for guest conveyed to und
from the hotel free of charge
Jewett Wilcox x Co., Proprietors,
tf
SPECIAL NOTICES.
EIILERS,
lioot and tboe maker, Twcn h street, be.
tween Washington avenuo aud Poplar
ttreet, U prepared to make boots una shoes
in the Intent and most fashionable styles.
He will nuke tbem to order, old or now
styles to tmlt customers, out of tho bu and
freshcHt atock, of which he always ;iu a
good supply on hand from which to muko
election!. All fitting or boot ana suoes
made by Mr. Killers is done In hit own shop
no foreign fitting bolus used by hltn.
Give him a oall, aud ho will give you satis
faction. OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE
Happy relief lor young men from tbe ef
fect ol error and abuse la early Ufa. Man
hood restored. Impediment to raarrlag
removed. New method of treatment. New
and remarkable romodie. ilooka and cir
culars sent free, in sealed envelopes. Ad
dress. Howard AuoclaUon, Mo. U South
Ninth itreet. Philadelphia, Pa. an Institu
tion having a huch reputation for honorable
. onduct nd preiW'itonalklll. U'V-S iIwbi
and Retail
146 lt-U
DANIEL LAMPKRT,
FASHIONABLE BARBER
AND
HAIB BBSSfiXR
fcf.shtb Street, between WathlBgton and
uiuuierciai Avenue,
CAWO.'ILLINOIS.
IMl'ltOVEMKNTS I-S
DENTISTRY
HtIa
l)n. (i. K. Douolas, being determined t
excell in every Dental operation, baa re
filed mid rcfuniMied hit Dental Parlor. Mo.
7, Rlgblli street, nnd Is now recelvlBg from
h. S. White .V Johnnon. of Philadelphia,
Kcml.wcfklv, the Inrgevt and 'finest aasort
mciit of Dental Coodi ever offered in thle
eliy, and ii.i xnod ni can be found In the
lar;;fit cllic.
BEAUTIFUL GOLD FILLINGS
Made aspeciallty.not any of the aoft, tnltera-
me, spungy wnrK thai urops out, leaving
leeilt cut, filed, discolored, and often de
stroyed, Perfect Golden Orinv-nut ill a solid and
durable ;ii the Miiclted metal Itself.
Children's Teeth.
Sneeliil attention irlvcn to the treatment of
Children' Teeth. Parents hy having their
tuuren'ri jcrtu examined occasionally.
wuuiti Have mem iniicu sunenng ana ue
formltv In after years.
Dr. lloiiL-lai olso clvci Particular attcntlou
to Mechanical Dentistry, having ncrored the
rk'ht to uso Dlt. HYATT'S PATENT GOU
AND IIUUBER COMBINATION PLATE,
which ban been thoroughly tested and ap
proved by the best Dentists in the East, and
iicyoml u ilouhl, the bcht and firmest artifi
cial plate now In use,
Teeth extracted without naln bv the iue
of Nilrniis Oxide (las, which Is perfectly tale
u here judiciously administered,
ill II U. C UOCOLIS.
LEGAL NOTICE.
Wliereas, Matbew D. Gunter, did on the
vNcntli day of October A. D., 1871, execute
mid deliver lo Henry Ullalllday a Bale Molt
Kuku of that date upon the premise hartifl.
aflcr described, which was recorded In the
llecordcrs ottk-c of Alexander County lilt
nois, ou the 17th day or October A. D.. 1878,
In volume . of records or Salo Mortgage
ou page (111) one hundred and eleven, and
which was given to secure a certain pro 1
sory note, made by said Matbew D. Gunter,
ofuvcntlatn wlthnald Bale Mortgage to the
order of Henry L. Ilaillilay, for the sum of
twenty live hundred dollars, payable thirty
days after the date thereof, with Interest
from date until paid at ten per cent, per
annum.
And whereas, the fald Henry L. Ualliday
did on tho i'lil day of January, A. D., 1871,
tor value received, asaigu said note and eel
Morti-aKi! to the undersigned J. H. Clay.
Ami Whereas default has been made In th
payment of said promlsory note and the In
terest accrued thereou.
And whereas it Is provided tn said Sale
Mortgage, that In default of the payment of
-aid note or any part thereof according to th
!c nor and effect thereof", the nald Henry I
Ualliday or bis legal representatives may af
ter having advertised H.ttil tale fifteen days
In a newspaper published lu Cairo. HUnou,
orbv lusting up written or printed BOttcee.
in lour places in tbo county where (aid
iimnl-ci are situate, may Hell the sold prem
ises or any part thereof, to tho blgheit bid
der for cash at tbo court-house door-la the.
city of Calm, Illinois, at the time appointed
In Mich advertlsment.
Now therefore notice Is hereby given tbat
on Wednesday tho 16th day ofMarch, A. D.,
1S74. at ten oelock A.M., of that day, at the
front door ol tho court-houiw in
Cairo, Illinois, I Khali at Mil at pubtla
auction to iho highest bidder for cash, tho
following dcK-ripcd property, to wit : Lota
numbered Ms (U), seven (7) aud (8) eight, In
block numbered three (3), in tho Urn addi
tion to the city of Cairo tho estate therein.
lieing an estate lor iuu una
live (f) yearn, commencing on Ik
ninth day of March, A. V 1871, un
der and by virtue of ii lcaso bearing date
.Marcli ninth, A. P., 1871, executed by H.
Munis Tavlor and Edwin ParMns, Trustee
of tho Cairo City Property, to Peter A. Cob
nut and by ald Peter A. Conant, with the
written consent of xald Taylor aud Parson
assigned to said Mathow D. Gunter on tha
hint dav of May, A. D., 1872. togothcr with
all tliu Improvements thcron belonging to tho
said Matbew I), (luiiier, of every kind and
nature so over, Including lulll ttxturee.ea
glnu boilers, burrs, and other tlxturee apper
taining ami belonging to tho mill bunding
thereon situate. J. H. Clav.
Dated March 2d, A. D., 1874. 107-4WH8C
K. MAXWELL ft CO.,
Manufacturers and Dealer In
MACHINE & BURNIG OILS
aud
AXLE GREASE;
AIo A.ientt for th
CELEBRATED GLOB
AM)
LUBRICATING 01I&
No. 7II, North Maine Street,
8L LoatVM.
fri dJtWilU. -t-BTT " m m "
O.W. DUNNING, M. V."
Ohtotove" aoSS hot.r-rro6 t,to
I'im., and 9 p. w

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