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.. Cocfti WEATHER REPORT.
Orsihvik's Okkick, Cairo, Ilia,, I
March 12, 10:11 p.m., s7t. J
Thsr momoter, ::is degrees.
Wind N. Velocity 12 mites per hour.
Mixlmutu temperature lor iMt 24 hour,
Minimum temperature lor ttie laatW liouri,
I'iffMtg wind tor lut 24 Lour, N. W
Total number of luilca traveled by wind
during last 24 hours, 1!M.
Observer .Signal .Service, U. H. A.
ILLINOIS OKNT11AL RAILROAD.
HUIN& LKAVK CAIItO,
2:30 a.m., Dally.
Freight at 4:00 a.m., .except Sunday
m .v.xh nv k. ft.!!!.,,.,.
r night nt ... 4:00 p.ui... . 11
ARRIVE AT CAlliO.
Mull at 'J:Ti a.m., iy
''l'enl V!0 p.m.,....exccpt Mihday
;,' "."i a.iii.,,,.,i-xreii .outlay
eight at .7:10 p.m., except Sunday
gol.ll IIWM Jl.lll.,,,,, "
f)1-'-'.lMf. .lAMKH .IOIIX80N, Agent.
THK CAIRO AND, VINC'KNNKa
4'iiamue or ri:
On and alter Mlnday, I'eliMi.uy
train will run an lollowi:
. .',;( a.m.
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alro, leave . .
ii im.i, leai' ... .
llartieburtr, leae ,
Norrlt City, leme
.'ilayvlllc, .(vc ...
.Mount ( .iriiicl. tr.it
N llircniifk. Iimii' ..
, i I..liiiicllcin, arilvi-.l'.':.-
I'.lk' II .T.
I)....M..Iiiii, linn. Iimv.:.. 7:1,',
VliiceniH-. leatf .... 7:i",
Mount ( .iriut'l.U'air
Orayvlllc hv fi:!H
f'arml, nrrho l(l:('i
.mill, li.)- Hi:iii
llarrUlmrKli, loaie il:i:i
i : I ." a.m.
li ima, Umi' 1:17 I'.M. l! 1.". I
M'dlliil ( lly, li a.-,, . . '.:! ::-u
Aim. airfvi- ... .... . :i:n: ;: m
l.eave ( alro at ll ) a.m. and f.:I."i p.m
we jiiiiuiu i.ny ai r-'iiXip.iii.audO.lilp.m.
I reiL'ht tralim hlan tr i.t..li, ... j't....i.
run Irum lin n- a- inlved train. Iravlii'' n
i .i.i a. in , k-.iiiii; liiicniK k at 7 p.m. ,,.
lame I'M inni; ir n iiiiii irlp,
Ai l alro Willi tin. .MU.slppl (Viilral,
jr.ibllf anp Mlilo, fur all ixdiiW miiiI: t .ihii.
Arknniai and T. v.t tir all point In Arkan-
At rinr,m.,... I ...It- I .f I
r. way orlndUuall.;,,,,! ll,K)lnt. l ".ortb,
. ..." "vl W,WI r.nvmeand Uraw-1
fords lll railway lor K ann llli-.Terra Haute,
Danville, Clilcao and all pulnta imrtb, rsat
ioi en; nun unin ami .MisstSMppl rail,
rtay lor St. l.ouU. Loultvllle, Cincinnati and
an iuu,ui fin snu west.
At NoirU City rowing i fipiingtield
r,.l fllliola ioilti.eu'tcni railway.
i.. y. i'xlucr, uen'l Hup't.
Wl.wh, Oen'l Passenger, AU
UA 1 HO, ARKANSAS AND TKX AS
AND CAIRO AND FUL
The hort6t aud only direct route from
Cairo to Jackwnport, l.lttle Itock, Hot
Kprlugt, Fulton, aud all points In Arkansas
and the Southwest. aud Oalvcston, Houston,
Dallas, Aumln and all points In Tevai
TWKLVK HOIIItH IN AHVANCK OF
ANY OTHrllt HOI1 I K.
Through tickets, through bills or lading,
and information us to freight rates, pas
senger fare, ronni'Ctlons, etc., can he ob
tained at the company' ellice In Winter's
Mock, corner ol Seventh street anil Com
Hacks will call at private residences aud
hotels for paiaengert, when orders are loft
Klegant 1'ulluan palace leetilo!' rara on
alt night tralus.
Trains run daily, (Sundays excepted) from
tho Cairo Office as follows :
. CIIAIU.k-STO.N ACI'OMMODATIflN.
Leave UrocmlcM'x..,. '.)::!;! a in and 4:0."ip.m,
Aralve atOrccnlleld's. .0:17 a m uml'i:a-s ji.ui.
y.vrnr.ss rtw.VM dailv
Loaves (irccnlicld's 'M:p, id,
Arrive at (Ireenlield'H 1:40 p.m.
D. Axtkll, Chief Engineer.
Ceutnur Liaimea .
X The great discovery of the
age. There Isno pain which
caftsty the Centaur l.inlmeutwlllnot
ffc-C relievo, no swelling which it
J(jaW wlllnot subdue, and no lame
TYftF nesB which It will not cure
lx3.TIiIs Is strong langn&trc. but
z Hi true, Hi no humbug:
, fjafrXTtX tho recipe 1 printed around
each bottle, A circular containing certifi
cate! of wonderful cures ot rheumatism
ueur'algla, lock-jav, apraius, swellings,
burns, acald, caked-brcasts, poisonous
iilte, frezen leot, gout, saltrheum, car-ache
Xc, and the recipe ot the Limraout will he
eut Krati to anyone. It 1 the most won
derful healing and pain relieving agent the
world ha overproduced. Knell us no ar
ticle ever before did hell, and It sell because
it doe Just what it protend to do. One hot
I tlo of tbo Centaur Liniment for animals
IV. (vellowwraimerl 1m worth u hundred dol
lar (or spavined, strained or galled horses
and mule, and for ncrow-worm in sheep.
No family or Htock-owner can atlord to bo
without Centaur Liniment. Price, 60 cents;
uugr bottle,' tl.- J. II. Koso A Co., C3
tlroadway, New York.
CASTOKIA i more limn a sutjatltuto for
Castor Oil. It la the only hakk tirtlcle III
exiatence which la uro to rcgulato tho bow
els, cure wlndcollc and produco natural
leep. It iHploasant totako. Children need
not cry and mother may ulecp. 10-7 wly
A PrTNT-lTfiNr Hfi I TSIW.
CO MM KitOIAL AVKNl'K,
UelwtuiSlslli and Seventh Streets, Cairo
'I'. D. KI.I.IS. I'niprMor.
The Niw Ariiugiou ilonso'ls uow open
for tho reception of guest, The hotiau I
located In the heart ol the Imsliicsn Dortlnn
ot tho city, and convenient to steamboat
'.indlmri and railroad depot. Good sample
fiav Sf?r couue"'Ial genta. Watch :l;'pt
jy,rLlAM' SMITH, M. D.
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
' RKUl'KK THK INSERTION OK ANA.V-
.ou.NCK.M:.NT i.N I iikIH'i.leixthk I'Uni.i
oatiox yy.K Mt'.sr i.K Paid WHKN inn
WILL 1!K MIlK.'ll.V UillllKI. Ml. I'irv
OKKH'KS If.',; WAIlll OKrlCBItH, $2.
HI KIK III I.I.KI I.N : -l fill will pi, .(. Ml-
iiouiiff mat I urn a caiulld.ite fur Hie othVf
ofilty dirk :il tin- cloning chatter election.
.rj.i.l v. K. Hawkish.
Traliie on all the railroads are ar
riving regularly ngaiu.
Matt Burns' fuuoral will take placoat
three o clock tbia afternoon.
l'rol. Alvord lecturei in tho high
ichocjl building on next Monday evening.
Subject of the lecture: Mudc."
Tho luliject of the IUv. Mr. Gllbert'a
ertuon at the Church of the Itodeomer to
night will be "Thoughts About the Crea.
Harry Walker lias pnrehaied Mr.
Fay'i Interoit in the Delmonlco boiol, and
will at once aiiume control. Hu tho itory
inu uino ana .iiuiiiiippi riven are
hdoclinlng and wemay .oo expect
Ellen Kurd, a colored lady, got drunk
and while in that condition was caught by
Chief Mcllalo. Judge I lr.ua flue J her,
ll vo and the "agreeablut.'' Klleu went to
.Monday next, March 17lb, fit, l'at-
rick s day, will be celebrated by the St.
ratrlck's Uenevolent Society of this cltv
oy a parado, etc , The aocioty numbers
several hundred members, and, when
dressed in their handsome regalia, present
a very Imposing appearance.
Mr. John II. Dallon, who stabbed the
shoemaker Kootw, at Dlamlville on Tues
day afternoon, was before Squire Ray
yesterday for a preliminary hearing.
vviien lb clicumstances of the affray
v,ero made known, Squire Hay promptly
ditcbarged .Mr li.lt .n. Koote is still
We aro pained to learn of the death
of llttlt Harry I'artee, son of Henry l'r-
lee, pilot on the Capital City. Harry
died at iit. l.oui vesterdav. but Irorn
What disease is nut stated. The Capital
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last avenin.. when the .ad lnullI.n,:
, . , 8
will first raaoh Mr. 1'artee.
w vunpatten ond U li Dirtrlch. &t.
Lsuii; a B Stevens, Cincinnati. J O
Blackwood, Osceola, Arkansas; A O Spaf
ford, Chicago; Ja Dalle, St, Louis; J H
Davis, Clinton; Kobert Grady, Now York;
Vf . . Q.iL... L-J I ...
otrntuBiu, r.uioguani ana Jonn f a
d.. l 111!..!- .. ..
uawuu, auiuuu, wru a in gov me ar
rivals at the St. Charles yesterday
At tweHe o'clock yestetday smoke
was discovered issuing from the roof of
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me Kiicnen ot jar.i.awrenro Byrne's house
ua wasmngion avenue, next to St. Faf
ticks uatholiochur.'h. The flro engines
were soon on the ground, and tho Kotiirh
and Keady company getting first water,"
soon extinguished the tire. The loss,
moat of which wai caused by water, wai
YI, ill; ...
m imaiu mii mi, a colored man, was
arrested night before last by Sheriff Ir
tiu on a roargo oi burglary, Ua was
taken before Judge Urois for a preliroin
ary hearing, but, owing to theabsenco of
important witnesses, tho case was contin
ues for one weak. Smith is charged with
being one of the parties who burglarized
rat t itzgerald's sample room on iait Sat
Un Wednesday night at about ten
ociock as toe towDoat r.tl nobis was
rounding tho point into the Ohio river,
tbo men wero called up to tuako the land
ing. They wero seen to go forward on
the bargoi, but after the landing bad been
mado it was found that a man named
Sturgon, a deck band, was missing and
could not bo found. It is stpposcd that
bo fell over-board and was drowned.
John Mitchell and Mr.John I.imberl,
the former u brakeman on the Illinois
Central, and tho later propriotor of the
Railroad House, quarreled yesterday, and
woro arrosted by Constable John iic
Nulta. Judge lirosa taxed them each
Uvo dollars and tho usual cost. Mitchell
was afterwards rearrested on a charge of
assultluc Mr, Ltmbert, and was hdld to
bail in the sum of two hundred dollers,
-The regular weekly tale of tobacco
will take place at tho planter's warehouso
this furonoou. About twenty-five hogs-
beads will Lq oflored. Tne attendant' of
dealers in the wood li solicited. Malor
Hinkle, who has been prospecting through
iiauard county lor the last four or fly
days, returned yosterdry, and report that
an unusually large quantity of tobacco
will seok Cairo ai a market this season.
As soon as tbo rivem subside so that it
can bo moved, farmers will begin to bring
Mr. Chat. P. Orecory. travelling
agent of the celebrated "Globe Lubricat-
DK on" manufactured by Krvin Max
in Cairo In the
interest of the great oil firm. The renu-
tatlon of Mr. Maxwell, and the oils which
be manufactures and sends out to bis cus
tomer, Ii too well known in Cairo to re
quire any word from us; wo can therefore
only roromtueud Mr. Orecory to our bus!-
nosi and railroad men and all others, and
hope tbelr orders will be Urge, we know
tby will be satisfactorily tilled.
A quarrel occurred at Fort Jefferson
yesterday between a couple of euployet
ot the Mississippi Central railroad. Of
ftmtwmn Uinta ba v. 11 .... .. A 1 I .11 . In
7'"i " """ oouom
".rl , ;
vu ui tuv parties, wuo riaimea I
luat IU Wa ADilralv Inn mall aniialntaA I
... v.u.. ymj, un, ol lu, m,u
had a ihnt aim .n.l .l... . i..i v,.,. I
Bu " uhi.i m fi.iwi, vut
THK CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY,
"Ub4ro,a,m a ry anxious to
ia, minai interfered and tbeicene came
to ati end. The lady In question li young
and handsome, and no one but tho bus
band blamei the "other fellow " for being
utiuiaie mm ner. lie couldn't help it
Between tlx and seven o'clock ysster
aay morning, Officer Martin captured th
negro who wai few bourt before, while
burglarizing Swobode'i grocer, ttore, tbot
iy officer Charles M.bneT VhTne"
u. Hume as uurge aiorfii. Th
wound In till hand trm found to be ion
oui, the ball having entered Juit below the
wrui joint and palled up between lb
lonaiof the writt where it lodged. On
Mom' Jierion wai found a elail-ctitllnif
diamond, which fact leads the officer to
beiive that he It one of tho iran who en
tered Leo Kleb'a bakery eitablnhment on
lait Saturday night. Judge llroai held
Morrieto bail in the mm of lix hundred
dollare to await the action of the next
grand Jury. Morrii wai arreitod at tho
corner of Washington avenue and Fourth
1'lllCE OURRE.NT OfKICIC. 1
Thursday Kve., Match 12, 1874.
Wo aro glad to chronicle a bettor feel
ing to-day In tlio grain market, with an
advance in oats and a firmer market for
corn, owing to tho scarcity of receipts
and consequent short supplies. Wo do
not know how long tho present condition
u-d or" 11 i
will bold, as it is not occasioned by any
oil of roolpts to almost nothing, with no
prospect of heavy shipments to this point
soou. The demand is conlloed almost ex
clusively to the order business very lit
tle taken on speculation, and plentiful
receipts would very soon ihuku the
Flour continues in the same old wuv
heavy and dull, wholesale in round lots
rarely going above 8 CO, while a few
small orders are ouoted at 0 GO and
high as ! M) in some particular cases.
Tba range may be quoted, wholesale 6 00
(ujS SO outside figures.
Hay is quiot and dull, with bo sale tor
low grades, whlla choice mixed and tlmo-
thy ii moderately active at iU "Off:
Tbo rler rommei.ced falling M dav.
and will undoubtedly continue to fall, as
tbo season for high water Is now
Tonage is plenty and rates steady and
Correspondent should bear in
mind that our quotations reprasont prices
for round lots from Urst hands, unlmi
rlh."wl,!,.UU4'"a In BUIng wiaU
rdert, higher price must be' paid,
FLOUK - Continues heavy, dull and
unchanged, with very little movement ex
cept for filling orders and supplying the
local trade. No round lot transactiona
have been reported. Our report of sale
made is '.'00 bbls various grades, C CO to
8 'I; BOO bbls choice XXX winter ,7 '0;
300 bbls various grades, 4 7 J to d 00; V.00
bbls various grades, C 00 to 6 7C; 300 va
nous graues; ou to 3 w - car loads va
rious Kralei. 6 60 to 8 7C:
car loads r
rioui grades, 6 CO to a 50.
r a i i.ow grades are not wanted at
any price. There is a fair demand for
choice mixed and tlmothv at 14 00 to
1C 00 delivered. We note sales of 1 car
mixed del, 10 00; 1 car do do, 11 00; Gears
choice mixed del, 14 00lS 00; 6 cars
coice mixed del, 14 00.
v-unfl as noieu in our general re
marks, there is a firmer feeling in the
corn market, owing not to any inoreaie
in the demand, but to small receipts and
tho lack of supplies to meet tbo wants of
the order trade. Frices are llrm without
any noticeable advance. Sales since our
last report wore 1 car choice white tack
cd and delivered 70c; 200 s&eka choice
white del 70c; 1 cars choice whito in
heavy sacks dol 70fi)7lq 1 car mixod
sacked and del J8e; 1 car whito mixed
sacked and del C8c; '.'cars mixed, rejected,
lacked and del 65c.
OATS Tho market is baro and prices
ar stiff at an advance. Choico northern
raised was held firm to-day at 48c in bulk
and 64c In sacks, but buyers hositato and
few sales were made abovo 53c. Wo
note tales of 9 cars choice Southern Illi
nois mixod sacked and del 5'J;; 3 cars do do
sacked and del 6'Jc; I car do do in second
band sacks 50c; 0 can choico mixed del in
lacks 63c; 3 can do do iu second baud
sacks Clc; U can choice northern mixed
lacked and del 53c; 1 car do do 64c; .1 cars
choice mixed in bulk on track 47o.
CORN MEAL The domand contin
ues good, supply light and prices firm and
unchanged. We note tales of 100 bbls,
city tUam driod, 3 3S ; 400 bblt ttunm
dried del. .1 30.
liUAN The domand still continue
good, with none otforing eicopt at tho
mills ; quo'.od in car load lots del at 1G no
BUTTKIt Tho supply cootlnuos small,
but tho demand has fallen oil' and prices
have declined ; 36c is considored an out-
sido figure to-day for cbvlce. We note
sale of (100 lbs choice, solid packed, sold
early, 3Sc; 6 package do do 37c; 500 lbs
choico Northern 34(SMHr: M0 lbs choice
Southern lilt 'JOQiWc.
hUUS The market ii well tupplied.and
ale are slow at 13c, Our.reports comprise
600 dozon 13l4o; 40 pkgs l.'llo; 1200
dozen 15 Jo.
CIUCKKNS-Dresiud chickens are
not wanUd. Tho demand foi livo chick-
on is rather light but enough to carry
off all the receipts. We not
sales of 15 dor. live, 2 603 CO; 7 coopi
bent, :i 003 60; a coop do, 3 0o a Q.
3 coops do 3 tiC. '
TUHKKYS Live are quoted at 10 (10
13 00 per dozen, according to tYit We
note sales of 600 lbs dressed at 11c.
APPLKS-We note sales of i!5 bhli
Boumern Illinois. 3 60;4 60; 25 bbli irood
, . . .
nBuM'n oos w. no choice
apple in market,
ntw, 3 to; 30 bbls Early Rote, 4 60
nrrrvnr.. ..... V wmvt ' ,
ww NOtOlDg doing,
LlMfcjl-i 25rco Vbbi;
CKMKNT 2 002 60 V bbl.
COALOy,-IFltij V g,
lift UUI V U tl
utus ii ii.r--ike-aewei as buihels
C nusneii 2k.
BYRUPS-Oboice 0c$l per gallon;
New Orleans "t&SOe.
PLASTF.KINO HA.. Jia pu
BURLAPS -2 Lmbels corn, 9) ot
l.'.Jcj do 10 oz ICc J 4 bushels oats VOcj &
bushels 21c; C bushels ":'lc
BKKSWAX-V lb 30c,
SO uJ .'4haeffor's (lernmb in dtled. 7Jc.
Chi.aij.a!gi) soap, 7Jc. t
VALLO ,V Ibf.f36J.v-
SUUAK-Oruslied l'.Mc; A. lllllc
extra C. 10;llc.
COFFER Java 4(va4'.! nrlmn nsffi.
fllcj choico 3lifTf,15.
FRKI011T Cotton, comprcnod to
Now York, S5c! to Boiton, $1. Uncom-
prcned, to Now York. II 14; to Boston
To New Orloant and Vleksburg:
Potatoes, applof, etc, 30c; pound
freightage cwt; hay $5 per ton; Pork
45o por bbl; tobacco $4; cotton $1. To
Momphit, flour, etc. S6c per bbl: pound
fioigbU 12)o cwl; hay $4 por ton.
DISSOLUTION IIEKRW ART, ORTII
ce uu.iirA.1 1.
iheUrm of Ileirwart, Orth i: Co. is
this day dissolved by mutual consent
Wm. T. Ileorwnrt and Christian Orth
retiring from tho llrm. Thomas J. Korth
(.who will continue tlio tuiineu at the old
stand, No. :t! Commercial avenuol Is
alono autbori.ad to collect tho bills and
pay all dolts of the lato llrm.
W.M. T. IIckkwart,
'l'HOMAH J. Kfrth
Cairo, Ills.. March I'J. 1S74. ".C3.l:i.Ct
Serond.clusi clothing, watcher, jowelrv.
pistols, -c, bought and sold, Opposite
Cairo ami Vinconnes railroad dupot.
Ties pounda of brown sugar for Jl; b
poundi best coll'eo suijar at l; '.'J pounds
of choico butter at fi; 10 cenU for lard;
Imperial tea at $1; potatoes :s0oirits por
potk; 3 lbs coll'eo f I, apples 40 cents, at
Wilcox's Block. 107 ''.l-lio
Two Batterieiof tv,o Boilers, each 24
feet long, 2 Inch Dram, li 14 Inch Flue
with tire fronts. Mud and Steam drum!
Safely and Mud v&lvos, Chimney and
Brltchiu, all compute and in tirtt-clais
ordar; been used only three months. Fo:
rice, etc., inquire of J T. Kknnik,
v 3:i tl. Vuicnn Iron Works.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
J.ot No. 2 in block 17, first addition,
with a two-story iramo house fronting on
Ooutiuerclal avenue, and threa lot iSh
4 and 401, name black, (rontlng on Sov
ontoenth street, an. oUert.t for sale at
argaln. Apply on the prernln a, corner
soventeentb and I ommercial avenuo,
lO'..2.20-l,n" F. M. Ward.
AUCTION SALE OF FANCY UliO
At my butineis house on the Ohio lovee,
commencing Thursday morning, March
12, at 10 o clock a. in, continuing until ou
entire stock is closed out, consisting
caned peacbes, tomatoes, corn, oystorf.
pickels, spicei, & large lot of soap and
starch, rope, manllla, wooden ware, etc
In the future we intend dealing in liquors
alone, of which we have a complete stock
222--l0 4t R. Smith Jc Co
GRAND OPENING AND FREE
1 will open my newly fitted saloon, in
the Central house on Sixth street, Mon
day, March 16th, with a grand free lunch
in the evening, to which everybody is In
vited. Tho table will bo spread with
everything palatable aud in season, and
tho boat of wines, liquor, beer and cigars
will be dealt out to thoio who will honor
mo by accepting this invitation. Come
one, come all. Remember tho timo and
place. John Hmnkr.
I will sell my entire stock of tho bebt
of Beef, Pork, Voal, Mutton, Poultry,'
Butter, Eggs, Lard, Irish Potatoes, Swoot
Potatoes, Apples, Flour, Meal, Spiced
Beef, and tho best of Corned Boof. Tho
salo will commonco at 5 o'clock in the
morning and continuo until nino at night
oach day for nino months, .Sunday, ex
cepted. I have also 180 acres of the best
of cotton land to soil or exebango for Cairo
property. I also want eoveral good agents
to sell fruit troos. All of tho above will
bo explained by calling on S. Patterson,
earner of Ninth and Walnut street)1, as
there is tho place tho salo of tho moat and
vogetxblos will be made. u2 l-'ll-lm.
Cairo, Ills., Jan. 30, 1874.
THE ST. CHARLES HOTEL.
Tbu uudersignel having resumed the
management of tho abovo hotel, trust by
strict attention to businoss, to tho wants
and comforts of their guests, to merit tho
renewed favor of tbelr old patrons aud the
traveling public in goneral.
ThoSainl Cbarlos will atonco undergo
a thorough renovation, and bo much Im
proved in all iti appointments.
Good sample rooms aud medal ratea for
All baggage for guosti conveved to and,
from th hotel free of cbsirgo.
J kwitt w u. cox x cn.( proprietor!.
TllK barber shop n on .bo cornor of
Eighth street and Commercial avenuo
where J. George Stiotibouse with his gen.
tlewaoly assistant can be found at any
hour of the day or night, ready to soothe
your feelings with a smooth shave, or cool ,
your temper and head with a good sham
poo. It It a Drst-clat shop, aud you are
sure of receiving iirst-clasn treatment.
Ladles' and children's hair cut or curled
(after the most approved styles. B-16-tf
S.OMITIIItiQ NKW KOH Cltll.DKKN, la
the way of shoes. The "protection toe"
is tbo greatest Invention of the 19th con
tury. Ellirtt d: Uaythorn, who, am. al
ways first In tbe field, ktep thetp. g,
MARCH 13, 1874.
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and dspirtures for the 34 hours ending at 6
p. m. last evening :
Steamer Oracy, Columbus
" Quickstep, Evinsvlllt ,
" Gov. Allen, Pittiburg
" Kd. llobbi, St. Louit
" John Gllmore, St. Louli
" Colorado, Vleksburg
" Sto, Genevieve, Memphis
" Sam Roberti, St. Louis
" Fred Wilson No. 2, South
" Wild Duck, St. Louli
" Grand Tower, St. LouW.
Steamer Gracey, Columbui
" Quickitep, Kvonivllle
" Gov, Alton, St. Louis
" Ed. llobbi, Wheeling
" John Gllmore, Nashvlllo
" Colorado, Nashville
" Sam Roberts, Columbus
" Ste.Genevlove, St. Louis
" Fred Wilton No 2, 1'itttburg
" Wild Duck, Pittsburg
" Grand Tower, Momphls
Tho Ohio river commonced falling yes
terday, and up to six o'clock last evening
the decline wai about live inches. This is
considerable of a fall when we take into
account tho Immense bulk of water in
that stream. The Mississippi ii.reported
falling at St. Louis, with a good stag of
wator out to Cairo. Businois was moder
ately activo yesterday. The dy wai
pleasant, though a little coo). I
The Gov. Allen has a tow of empty
bargo for St. Louii The Jamei and
John Gilmore had a tow of Ice for Nash.
villo The Ed llobbs has 'J barges of
oro and pig metal for Wheeling and one
barge pig iron for Pittiburg The
Quickitop had a big way passonger busi
ness and brought a lot of furniture and
forty barroi or sphar, thirty-eight barrels
moal, 30 sacks oats, 12 coops poultry, 5
horses and 30 sacks wheat Celorado
and Ste. Genevieve had moderate up trips.
The Satn Roberts took part of a
bargo of salt to Columbus and will then
take a tow to St. l.oui The Wild
Duck ha a tow of ore for Pitt burg
Fred. Wilson has empty barges The
Minnoola has 3C6 bales ootton for Olifcin
nati and way points, and 77 bales for
For Salic A number
ply to (J. Wl.N.HTO.N.
one SkltT. Ap
An old and popular hotel for
Terms easy. Euqulra at this ortl.-e.
For oas aud steam fitting go to Ron
nle's Vulcan iron works, Commercial
avuue, foot of Ninth street 9-1 O tf
For Saik-I'J.OOO in city scrip. For
sale in quantities to milt tbe purchaser
Apply to H T. Gkroiii.ii.
Biirokr, tne dry goods merchant, is
now in New York purchasing his stock
of goods for tbu spring trado. Defer
your purchases until he returns, '.''.; tf.
I ok Sai.c A six octavo, second hand
piano, for $75. Address Max. Roller,
care of Paul Schuli's drug store.
Mr. J. Ik'KiiXK i now in New York
city selecting his stock of spring goods
He will shortly open as line an assort
niont ol goods as was ever brought to
Attention Faumkrs. Wo havo a
small lot of tho Uriu moveable point
steel plows, which wo ate now alluring at
cost to close them out. .
BkkrwahTj Orth A- Co,
lm 1.10 Commercial avenue.
Mn. Burokk. the entorpri.'ing dry
good merchant, is now in New York for
the purposo of purchasing hi spring
stock of good. 1 1' you want good goods
at low price wait till his stock arrivor.
Noticr it nereby given that I will pay
no billi for goodi sold to any of the em
ploye of Tim Cairo Bulletin, either
or thomselvos or for tho use of the office
unlese tbo saiuo are furnished on an ordor
igned by Mr. Burnotl or myself.
12.20.ly Jon If. Ohrblt.
For. Rent. Tho brick house situated
corner Third street end Commercial ave
nuo. Tho houio has been put in good re
pair throughout and Is well arrangod for
a hotel or boarding house, also rooms to
rent on Third atroot. Inqulro or Wm.
Mcllalo, No. 6, Winter's block.
Milk Wauon. 1 will commence run-
nlng a milk wagon on Monday morning
February 23. 1 will continue it all sum.
mer, and respectfully solicit your patron.
age. Milk will bo delivered to any ono
in tho city, daily morning and evening.
Orders may bo given to thu .drivur of the
wagon or left at my ice itand, No HI Ohio
lovoo. Groitur. Yocu.m.
Owinu to tho hard time and thu In
blllty ot many of tho suffering to visl-
tho National Hiiroioai. Institute at
Indianapolis, Indiana, three of the Sur
geons of the Institute havo yielded to
rgont.sollcltatioui, and will visit Cairo,
topping at the St. Charles hotel, Tuesday
und Wednesday, March 24th and 2Mb.
871, with all kind of surgical appara-
tutand appliances, and fully pro pa red to
treat such case as may call upon them
for relief, thus saving th patient a'jpng
ourney to tne Horn Institution, They
will come especially prepared to treat 'nil
Surgical cases; Paralysis; all kinds of
deformities of tto Ta, SjiMail llinbi;
iiisuaseu dviuis; jiiaeaaea aye; uatarrn;
Private Diseases; Piles; Fistula, Ac. No
cases' will b undertakeu without a fair
bop pf relief. Prices, will be moderailo.
It l n3lss to say that this Institiitloo.
Is autlrely responsible, and the largest and
most popular of th kind In Ainsric.
tMig thouinno ofres annually? Coine
tbe frit day, If powlblo, as a great crowd
will h there:1' RittintntE tbe tiui ani
ri AOWftakad- fa. th Institute for circu
lar. 2.)0-3.12-od-5t w-lt
PHIL. H. SAUP,
Ami .Mnnnfictujer of
102 Commarolml Jk
ttSOrdci's from Abroad Promptly Attended to,
Thrrk and oiti.v throe rnoro day board
rscan be taken at tho St Charln. This Is
tbo last opportunity at tho reduced rates
Go to Kllott & Haylliorn'i and too tho
protection too thoe for chlldron. One
pair will last as long as three pairs made
in tho old way, 224-3-12-lit
Wanted at tho St. Charles hotel, two
chambermaids. Nona need apply unless
thoy thoroughly understand the business
and can bring good roferencit, Liberal
wages paid. 21J.3-7.tf
Wm. Khlors wlsbeslo Inlorm mu put,,
lie that ho bas Juit received a largo stock
of imported French calf and .Morocco
Leather from Adolph Nickel, of Cincin
nati, direct importers, aud hu can there
fore warrant all his work to be of not only
tho. bent manufacluro, but of tho very
host matorial. Any one who de-irea line
Booti, Shoos or Gaiters will lind it to
their interest to call on Mr. Khlers at till
shop, 20th street, and oxamine his stock
and styles beforo ordering clsowhere.
Wk have something new In tho way of
half-sheet posters, which wn think aro
Just tho thing for the ipri.ig trado. Thoy
consist of tlx dlll'erent designs, litho
giaphed, with mortises and margins for
printing. Two of, tho cuts are aultablo
lor any l.ualiieia ; tho other four for hoots
and shoes, photographer!, druggist and
dry good. We Imvo but one hundred of
each cut, and will furnish them printed at
Cincinnati prices. We have alio, aomo
fancy cardi. Tba "language of flowers,'
ton designs; "rloquet," twolvo designs;
'Opera," four designs and ;"ConYii!" cards
twenty-four daalgns which wn furnish
printed at tlu to $12 por M, Cincinnati
prices. Who wants Ilium? Don't all
tpeak at once. 103-2-10-31
fj KHLRRS, fg
Boot and ihue maker, Tweii h street, ho
tween Washington atenue and Poplar
street, I prepared to mukt boot ami khuea
In tbe latest and most fashionable styles,
tie will make them to order, old or new
tyles to suit customers, out ot the bt iind
fre-best stock, of which he alwa? ha a
food supply ou baud from which to make
Selection. All dttint; ot boot ami alioes
made by Mr. hbters li done in hi own shop
no forelu'ii flttlrur belni; unud bv him.
Ulvo nini call, aud be will give you satis
OBSTACLES TO MAllRIAGE
llanny reiiet for vounir men from the ef
fect ot errors and abtiHe s In early life. Man
hood restored. Impedimenta to marrlair
removed. New metdodof treatment. New
and remarkable remedies. IIooWh and i lr.
fiilar cent free, in ealed envelopes. Ad.
dreaa, Howard Association. No. 2 South
Ninth Ureet. Philadelphia. '.. an iiiKtltu.
tion havinif a hlirh rotmtation for honorabla
ondilnt anil pr.nHalnnHl skill. 110 rtU w:iin
ANU HEAI.KIt IN
flQUTU Stiscrt, Unwim WASHHIQTOn
AUD COMMIBCIAL AvRWUBe,
.ajlalBMt aUUanliuw Mad Hauay'H
Knii IliO bast or Haaf, fork, Mutton Vaal
Lamb, bausge, ato., aaaare prapar.d to aarf a
tlliaana Id th moat aoeaptabl. manoar,
HYLAN1) & SAUKU,
AND IHALRU IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OF EVERY DK-SCRU'TION,
Comer loth street and Commercial avenu
next door to the Hyland saleon.
liriutf. CAIRO, ILLS.
AND tuui.kr in
aI.I ICINDH OK FltKHIt MEATS
ear cor. Twasillells llrM do
!... M W '
Win aJd slaughter only, th bM CattU,
U0H sal Sheep, and . 1 txiid to git, ar.
Isrsfsr rreih kufta'.t)ii' t. tonttsta
. A( Ui ill i1 l
As r-r-- ATg
qmojivtrx1 Mro'if; t"ctyjtqr
n street. Hetldnie ovrner Washington avi
nue and Fourteenth. tret.j
Street, between Waahlejtou rfntl
Dn. (S. L Dol-olas, beleg deteniilMd te
eyccll In overy Ocnul operatloa, kasre
fltcd ami rerumMied hi. Dental Pariort, Mo.
h)!s1i,.l,.,trcc'' 1,nJ ' non rtcelvint froaa
s. S. hltn A .lohnion. or Phlladelphl,
K lul-wcekly, the largcH and "finest assort'
mentor Dental Gooii ever offered In taU
c ity, and ai good at can bo found In the
BEAUTIFUL GOLD FILLINGS
.M ole aspoclallty.not any of the soft, call?
Me. -pttngy work that drops out, leavUf
teeth cut, filed, discolored, and often de
stroyed, Perfect Golden Oemv-put In a solid and
durable :m the smelted metal Itself.
Mi.'cl.il attention Riven to the treatment ot
rhllilreir Teeth. Parents by haylas tketr
i hiii'i ii Tcetli examined occaafbaaUv.
'would save them' mneli lurTering and de-
"iimiv in aner vrirF.
Dr. DotiLlai aUo elves Particular attention
to Mechaiiical Dcntlatry, having secured tbe
l Ijiht to use DJl. HYATT'S PATSNT OOU
AND RUBBER COMBINATION PLAT,
which ho been thoroughly tested and ap
proved by tho lieat Demist In th East, and.
beyond u doubt, the best and flrmtst anu
ria) plate now in use,
Teeth extracted without pain by tne usa
of Nitrous Oxide Gas. which la pcmrtlysAiv
where Judlofomly adralnlitercd,,
179-tf G. . DotJOLA.
LEG AL NOTICE.
Vheras Mathew D. Quater, did on tne
seventh day or October A. D..107S, ezaeut
and deliver to Henry L.Hallldy a Sal Mort
gage or that date upon .th prsmlses herein
after described, Which Wai rcoesld th
Itecordeiw oftlec of Alexander County lu
nula, ou the 17IU day of, October A. D., HOW,
In .volume . of record of Sale Mortgif,
ou nagti (tin one hundred and eleven, and
t filch was kivcii to iecure a certain prosnl
sory note, mado b v said Mathew I. Gnntar.
ofeveudato with ald Sale Mortgage to the
order of Henry L. HaUlday, for the ansa of
iweuiy nvu mumrea uouant, pay aula thirty
day utter the date thereof; with Interest
from date until paid at ten per cent, per
Ami whereas, the said Henry L. Halliday
did ou the 23d day of January, A. 1)., 1874,
lor value received, assign sld. note and sale
MortL'aL'o to the undersigned J. II. Clay.
Ami Whereas default has been mado in the
payment of Mild pruiuiaory note and the In
terest accrued thereon.
And whereas It is provided In Mid Sale
Mortgage, that In default of th pnexnent of
.said note or any part thereof according to the
tenor mul effect thereof, the aald Henry L.
Halliday or his leL'al representative oaf tl
tcrliawm; advertised hald sale fifteen day
in n iii'Wsii.ipei- published in Cairo. Illinois,
or by posting tiji written or printed notice,
in lour place in the county where aald
i'ciuics uro situate, may sell the said prexe
i's oranv part thereof, to thm htuhmt hid.
ler for eji-li at tho court-house door In the
cily of Cairo, Illinois, at the time appointed
in such advertisuMiit.
Sow therefore notice 1 hereby given thai
on Wednesday tho lbtli day of March, A. D.,
1K74, at ten ociock A.M., of that day, at the
front door ol tho court-house In
Cairo, Illinois. I shall at sell at pejhU
auction to tho highest bidder tor cash, the
following descriped property, to ivltt Lot
numbered six (tl), aoven (7) and Weight. Iu
block numbered three (3). In the lira addi
tion to I lie city of Cairo the estate thereiu,
hcliix an estate for the term of
live (.') years, couimeuclng . ou the
ninth day of March, A. D., 1871, un
der aud by virtue of a lease bearing date
March ninth, A. D.. ia71, executed Tiy V.
Mnuts Taylor and Edwin Proni,' Truiteo
or tho Cairo City Property, to Peter A. Cn
ant and by aald Peter A. Consnt, with Ui
written consent of said Taylor and Prson
iisnlgneil to laid Mathew D. Qunter on the
:)lst d:iv of Mny, A. D., 1S72, together witli
all tho lmpmcments thcron Velouglngtothe
saldMttihowD, Guntcr, of every Kind uiQ
nature so ever, including mill fixture!, en
gine boilers, burrs, and other tlx tores apper
taining and belonging U thu mill i)VOUS
llicrcou situate. J. J. Clay.
Dated March 2d, A. D., 187L W-4Mrl5t,
O. WINSTON t CO.,
RfciAL ESTATE AttlKTi
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