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LOCAL W14TIIR tlEPORT.
Orsbuvbr's Ops-icb, Cairo, His., I
Marih 14,10:11 p.m., IB74. J
areMter,80:238 degrees.
YkimoMttr, 41 degrees.
tTM M. F. Velocity lft mil per hour.
Weather, clears ? '
MtxteMLtMtKitur lor laat 24 hours,
W dfriM:
MlalsBBsalsssj sisiiinlnrllT' hours,
82 degrees.
rrtrttag wfael for tatt 44 hours, W. K
Total MMkor of anils traveled by wind
dHtaffUMMkosn, 211.
CbWlM Baotu,
Ohsarrer wrae! sotvles. V. H. A.
BAILMABS.
TIME CARD.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD.
TRAINS LBAVE CAIRO.
BteUa .:.., Dally.
sKpreeaat ...JMI p.m., "
steightat 4M a.m except Sunday
fftetsTMat 11 : a.ni "
freight at Il ),
ABMVB AT CAIRO.
Mallet ..5:t& a.ni Dally
Kxprets at .10 p.m.,.. ..except Sunday
freight at .V:16 a.m...... except Monday
Krotghtat .7:10 p.m.. except Monday
freight at 10:06 p.m
lag-B-17-W. Jam JohxboW, Agent.
THK
CAIRO AND V1N0INNKS
RAILROAD.
MSB.
Oa aad aftor Sunday, February 2J,
trains WW m aa fallows :
ootxn WORTH.
1874,
PaMengcr,
Cairo, leave ft:)A.M.
Monad Ctty, leave 0:22
Vienna, laave 0:13
Freight.
0:05 A.M.
b X "
8:17 "
11:4.1 "
1:34 p.m.
'IX, "
4:45 A:M.
:-m "
7K "
J.2U "
Marrtabarf, leave 8:10 "
Morris CHy, leave MS
Canal, arrive MM
Canal, leave 100 "
Uryv. leave 10:4
Mount Camel, leav MM '
Vlncennes, leave 12:25 p.m.
0.M.Junctlon,nrrivc.l2:33 "
(101X0 MOTH.
Passenger. Erclght.
. 7:13 a.m.
. 7SS " 7:00 P.M.
. 833 " 00 "
. 0:18 " 10:17 "
,10:00 " UOH "
O.AM. Junction, leave.
Vlncenaea, leave.... ,
Mount Camel, leave. . .
Grayrllle, leave
Canal, arrlvo
Carml, leave....
.10:10 " 0:15 A.M.
Jiorris City, leave 10:44 " 7:1H
lUirtefcwjrn, leave. ....11:4.1 UM "
Vienna, leave 1:17 r.M. 12:15 r.M.
Mound City, leave S:43 " 3:1 "
Veiny arrive Ml 3:10 "
MOTOD CITY ACCOMMODATION.
Leave Calm at uao a-aa. and fcia p.i
Laava Mouad City at llo p.ia. and (i:10 p.m.
Freight traini Mop over ntzlit at Cannl:
run from there as mixed train, leaving at
iM a.m.; leaving Vincenntt at 7 p.m. the
sasse evening for return trip.
COWXBCTIOXS.
At Cairo with the Mlnisilppl Ctutral,
Mobile anp Ohio, for all point tout; Cairo,
Ark as mi and Texai, for all points in Arkau
aaa and Texas.
At Vlaeaaaet: ludianapoUsaad Vlncennes
railway ler Indianapolis and all points north,
aatt aad watt; with Eveasvllle and Craw
ferasvlSe railway for KvaavBI,Terra Haute,
DaavUle, Chicago and all points north, east
eadweot: with Ohio Mai Miuitiippl rail
way for St. Louis, LoulevtUe, Cincinnati aad
all potata east and wast.
At Herri City crossing the Pptlngrield
aud 1111 sola Southeastern railway.
L. W. Palmer, Oaa'l Bup't.
' K. P. W11.WV, fiee'l Passenger, Aft.
7-13-tf
CAIRO, ARKANSAS AND TEXAS
AND CAIRO AND FUL
TON RAILROADS.
The afcesteet aad only direct route from
Cairo to Jaakaaaaort, Little Hock, Hot
ynafe, rustaa, aad aB polata in Arkansas
a4 tka Souuwaat, and oaivaston, uoiinon
Oakaa, AaaUa aad all polata In Texas
TWlLYst HODRS IN ADVANCR OK
AMTOTMBmROUTK.
ThroufkUokata, through bills of lading
aad lafjfaMoa aa to freight rates, pas
aaaaar lara. ooaaaeUons. eU., can ha ob
talaaslattka company's office in Winter's
kleak, aoraar of Seventh street and Com-
martial atoaua.
JUafea wlU aall at private residences and
kasala tar aamanrsrr whan orders are loft
latlma.
Mafaat falll palaoa sleeping cars on
ail ahAt trataa.
TraiM nsa dally, (Soadays excepted) from
Msa Oalra Oflao aa foUaws :
CSXAKUMTON ACCOMMODATIOH.
Uavaareealeld'a....9J3 a m aud 4Hp.ro,
Aralvo atGraaaSeld's. .0:17 a ra anda:38 p.m.
mm mum 1)aily
Uavei Oraoaaald's 300:p. m,
Arrlvo at Qmnneii s i:wp.m.
D. AxTBLL, Chief Engineer.
IVBCBABCB
C. N. RUGHjEja,
GKNKRAL
INSURANCE AGENT
orncc:
IJkl's.
Ohio Levee, over Mathnia
MTona
KtfrtttnUd.
but Fint-Cla$t Ccmpanie
INSURANCEJ
MTABLISUBBSI IBM.
WAafTORD. MORRIS ft CANDKB
INSURANCE AGENTS
TB 8MU MfN,
OITT VAT10KAL BABE BWILDIMO
CAIRO, ILLS,
ThaoldsstasUhMUed Agenoy In Southern
IMaoM , nprtMBUng over
$85,000,000 00 1
t . the boat lararaaaa
Uattad Btaus.
Capital ol
the
DANIEL LAMPEUT,
FASHIONABLE BARBER
AND
XX-A..XX DB3Q8S3I1B
SighU Btreet, iatwaen Wanhlngton and
WMUUGXC.IM Avenut,
QAHO,:iLLlNOia.
THE BULLETIN.
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
ANNOUNCEMENTS.
TO CANUIlAffLs
TO s'kCtfRB tltm 1MICKTION OP AS AN
NOUNckMBMT IN THBSvLtKlXTlIK 1'UBLI
CATIOX rkK MVtt BR PAID WHEN THB
ANNOVNCKMK.fT IH 1IANDKI) IS Till BULK
WILL BB ATMCTLY AlitlBIIEt) TO. ClTV
OKHCES t'o; WAKI OKriCEKS, i'2.
KOU WTYC'LEliT:.
Wo urc autborlJtd tu announce Mrlchncl
J, llawlcy at a candldato, for rc-elcrtlon to
the office of City Clerk:, ut the approaching
city election .
DDITOR Bt'LLBTIN You will pk-ate au
nounce that I am u candidate for the ofllec
ofi tty clerk at thecnlnE charter election.
KB 3-12-td W. K. Hawkins,
for city treasurer;
Mr. Editor: By rcpieH of a number of
citizens plcaite announce my name m a can
didate Tor the office of City Treasure r at the
ensuing charter election.
Wood Hittkkiiol'8i:.
GENERAL ITEMS.
from the Depth of
Kouud-Akout Pocket.
Fished
Our
hhi-rlir Irvln contlnniNlit fjnMilp In the
Krcciiuacki for taxci.
Prof. Alvord Jccturci lu tlio high uliool
room tomorrow night, (in,
A car off tho track rauxi d cmiildiT.ililu
hiil-bub on the levee yetonlay afternoon.
At the late election of ofllccn for the
hamberof commerce Mr. Wood I(lttcnlioue
was elected prcililcut and Mr. I'ctcr Cuhl
lc(-prcsldcnl by n unaniinoui vote.
It I ald that tho tlccplngcar attached to
the outgoing train on the Ml"l!pjl central
on Friday night wa ditchpil 11 hort distance
lelow Port Jcllerfon. Nobody was hurt.
lohn Morgan was K'nt to the calaboose
yctcrday beoitio he could not pay a line
aud coHa amounting to 17 40 awscil
galii't Iflm for being drunk and disorderly.
A horn attached to a wagon loaded with
flour, came near going Into the river yeter-
lay by falling off of one of the approachei
to Dalllday ltro.s' wharfltoat Hr wan set
on IiIh pint again and moved off all right.
AVork on the extension of tho Cairo, Ar-
antas and Texas railroad will bo resinned
lu a few daye, or as coon at the water falls
enough to permit it. The work will be
pushed to completion with all polblc haste.
The fourth of the eour-e of free lecture
will be delivered by Prof. Ahord in the high
school building to-morrow, (Monday) even
Ing. The miliject of the Profui-or lecture
will l3 '3Iiific" A crowded hoito I
anticipated. Ilarry AValktr hai become proprietor of
Oelmonlco hotel, and will at once ret about
putting the hou.-c in ilrst-clasa order for the
accommodation ot guc-t.". Ilarry under
stands the hotel budnesD, and we wirh him
success In his new quarter.
In police court yotcrday Judge Uro
lined John C. Patterson, John Parker and
Pat. Shcchah live dollars and coat each for
being drunk and dl-onlerly. Failing to pay
their fiiK'd they were, sent to the calaboose.
Sheehan aud Martaiu made the arret.
Linma Attn Jonuxm, coliuvil Imly
arreitel yesterday on complaint of Mr. S
Patterson, who charged Enuna Ann with olc
aining gooU under fal! pre ten -ts. Judge
llrost could not fee where the "false pre
tense'' existed, aud Mrs. Jobutou was al
lowed to go acquit.
J. K. Park was arrested yesterday on
complaint of Mm. Mary Clavln, who charge
him with wilful and malicious mischief in
that he attempted to throw down the chim
ney of the aforesaid Mrs. ClaWn'i) domicile,
The evidence waa heard before Judge Bross
who held Park In tho sum of 8100 for his
appearance at the next term of the county
pourt.j
Sometime during Friday night or Satur
lay morning, burglars broke Intu Kelfkle'n
hoot and shoe fitore on Ohio levee be
tween Eighth and Tenth streets, hut for some
rcao failed to earn- away anything but a
few boxes of blacking. The thieves were
probably frightened away before they had
time to secure an) thing el-e.
II you want n beautiful set of artificial
teeth: If you want a good solid filling; If
you want anything lu the dental line, go to
the splendid dental rooms of Dr. Williams
on Commercial avenue, over Elliot A Hay.
thomc's boot and shoe store, where atlfae
tlon will be given In all cacs ; and after this
date his charges will be reduced to suit the
times. Dr. Williams will relievo you of the
toothache if you call upon him. St
Alderman wood Hlttenhouse is an
nounced lu this Issue of Tub Bulletin as
a candidate for the olllce of city Treasurer,
Mr. ltlttcnhou.se Is so well known In Cairo
that wo feci it umiQccfuary to go into the
"pulling'' business In his ease, lie Is known
as one of our leading business men. Ho lit
thoroughly acquainted with tho affairs of
the city government, and being for tho last
year a member of the tlnauce committee of
tho city council, H naturally fully postcdlrc
gardlng tho city's ilnanclal coudltlon. For
the olllce of city treasurer ho I well quali
fied lu every senso of tho word.
Ttomeinber
Prof. Alvord's Lecture
on "Music"
In the High School Boom
Monday Night.
The German school, Trof. Appcl princi
pal, Is, wo aro glad to nay, prospering be
yond the most sanguine, expectations of thu
German School Association. On tho Hist of
.September last tho school opened with
thlrty-nino pupils, and sluce that time tho
number has steadily Increased and now
upwards of eighty scholars aro receiving In
structions. Of tho total number of puplU
twcnty-nluo aro of American parentage.
Mils Yocum, who teaches the English
branch of tho school, was at first on-
gaged to teach about four hour, or tho half
of each day; but as tho number ol scholars
has nioro than doubled blucc the commence
ment of the term, tho directors found It nec
essary and have made, arrangements with
her to devote all her time to tho school.
Prof. Appel has adopted tho certificate prin
ciple, and at tho end of each month tills out
and hend to the parents of each pupil a
statement of the brauchcstif study in which
the pupil Is engaged, tho progress made, etc.
Tho object of these certificates Is to secure
tho co-opcratlon of parents with the teachers
for tho common good of tho bdiooi.
Tub largest stock of bird cages, tol
let itts, water coolers, bath tubs and i
general stock ol tinware stores over of
fored in Cairo may be found, choaper than
the cheapest, at C. W. Henderson's, No.
100 Commercial avonuo. 238-3-14-lm
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SUNlA,
t
for
Aldtrmau Vood Kltteuboute
Ticasarer.
CHy
Messrs. IUrckley,Meycr,Cuuiilngliain,Klcb,
Antrim, and other citizens.
Gentlemen ;-lu reply to your "call"
published In TlIK IIUI.I.ETIN or the 14th
Inst., asking me to become a candidate for
the olllce of City Treasurer at the eusulug
charier election, 1 would Mate that I feel
highly flattered by your piefereurc, and ac
cept the candidacy with extreme diilidcuce,
having no dcslie to engage lu thu contest
usual to such occasions.
I simply plwe mysclfat your disposal, with
the promise of faithful attendance to the du
ties or the office If elected.
Wood Hitti:iiove.
CitKo, March lltb, 1S74.
THE STRAIGHT PATH.
Where the "DrlpplBgi of Divine Grace"
May be Heard to day.
Kev. Chatles Dcrschner will conduct
Henices at the UUal hours to-day In the Ger
man Lutheran church. Friends of tho church
are Invited to attend.
Nov. II. IJ. Trimble will conduct services
In tho Christian church to-day, morning and
evening. At the e cnlng scrvlco his subject
will be: "Justification by Faith alone."
Scats Irce.
-Itev. II. 11. Thayer will deliver a dis
course In the Presbyterian church this morn
ing upon the following; "Going Too." In
the evening his subject will be "God Among
his People."
-Itev. Mr. Waller, of the Methodist
church will deliver a lecture this morning on
the "Utiles and Dielpliuc of the Methodist
church." Persons laterestcd in knowing
what these rules arc, are Invited to attend.
The usual religious services will be held
in the Church of tho Iledccmer to-day, Hec
tor Gilbert officiating. The subject of the
Ilev. Mr. Gilbert's sermon to be delivered at
the evening service will be "'i'he Kplstlc to
the Church In Thatira."
AIIOUT PKKSOXS.
Tom Winter will leave for Cincinnati
this afternoon.
Ben Whlttakcr, and old time Cairo
druggist, but now a resident ot Zancsville,
Ohio, arrived In the city yesterday.
Mr. Win. Uodnctt, agent and corres
pondent of tho tit. Louis 'Times,' Is In the
elty on business lor that paper. He has his
headquarters at the St. Charles hotel.
Prominent among the arrivals at the SI.
Charles yestcrdy were : c A Goddard, A
Hand and Leopold Strauss, Cinclnatl; T.
F. Brown amis. Williams, Union county
Kentucky; c Raab Evansvllle; J AY Baus
man, Pittsburg; Robert Easterly and N II
Bradley, Mississippi, and c L Spencer, car
Huge, Missouri.
-Mr. George P. F.iy, lato of the Dclmou.
lco hotel, will, we arc Informed, remove to
Bloomlngton where he will go Into the hotel
business. During Mr. Fav'a residence in
this city he nude many warm friends ,and as
a landlord was popular with his gucrta and
the public generally. AVe wih him success
In his new home.
Among the namesregtstered at the South
ern hotel yesterday were: Geo Willis,
Memphis; u u Bennett, Hickman, Ken
tucky; P M Eglebatt, Memphis' J 8 Wash
huru.Plsttsvllle. Wisconsin; (1 Stark, Ohio;
K J Lewis, Pulaski, Illinois; Thomas .smith,
Louisville; KB Tremble, Kvansville; .1 AVil
sou. Mt. Vernon, Indlaoa. A U Barreft
Parkersburg, Va.; Robert Dougherty, V i
Beck, Memphis; Mrs. C Meal and child, and
Miss Francis Hatch, carllnvlllc.
R1YEB KE1TH
furs Llili
AHMVALH
and deaaiturea lor the 31 liours euJlDtf at 6
V. in. urn eveuiujt :
Steamer Oracy, Columbus
" City Chester, Memphis
" Andy liaum, Memphis
" City A'icksburg, A'ieksluujr
" Paragon, Ciuclunutl
" Oulckstcp, Evansvllle
" Indiana, Kew Orleans
" Hello Memphis, St. l.ouN
dbpabtbd.
Steamer Idlewlld, Kvansville
" Gracy, Columbus
" City Chester, St. Louis
" Sam Oit, Ohio river
" Andy liaum, Cincinnati
" City A'lcksburg, Evansvill
" Indiana, LouIsUlIu
" llelle Memphis, Memphis
TlIK RIVKH8.
The decline In tho Ohio Is ery rapid.
The fill yesterday was about one loot. The
Mississippi Is falling, with a good stage of
water hence to St. Louis. Business yester
day was moderately active. The weather
was pleasant with Indications ot rain.
LETTER LIST.
JADIKS' LIST.
AiiL'llne. Kuuulc
Barber, I.lzzlo
Cowell. c
Coner, Sally
Krviu, Margaret
Fry, Mrs
Gordon, Delia
Fiirrell, Bridget
h'urlon. Sarah
an
llarrett, .Mrs c v
Helm, Mrs A
Laugh, Lizzie
Murphy, Sallio
Mormon, Martha
Baker, Mrs I.
Savory, Elizabeth
WaLlier. Mollio
iienucrson, o .t
Kcunard, Auule
Lamriren. Mrs K
Mitchell, Nancy
Russell, Margaret
Schmartz, Mrs AV
smiui, .nary .
AVard, Sophia
AVhlte, Mary .f
OENT'a LIST.
Brlco, o
llaber, c
Bell. Frank
Hro.un, c
Burton, 1
Bradley, J.n
Brankman, Henry
Buckingham, .1 H
llcatey,.lohn
Bcanlsley, 1. AV
Curtis, AVm II
Deggett, Kvin
Frewald, Fred
Gray. T A
Galllgher.J P
Hare. Edward
Hudder, Jos
Hamilton, J
Joyce, Jno
Jonos, T J
King, Jno
Lane, Patrick
Miller, Dave
Martin, Uazzard
MoMutter.Edward
Neal, W H
Purcell, Jas--2
Uedden, V S 7
Smith, Chaa
Sutherlin, Boh
Thorp, A L
Thompson, H T
Wheeler, c
Cource, Turner
Day, Roland
Fisher. Sam
Graves, J AV
iianson, a m
Holmes, J as
Henderson, J C U
Irvine. Win
Jones, Tbos
Kcezce, a 11
Kalhcomor. Wm
Lane, Itiley
May, 11 H
VJ ... 1
AVm
Nicksen, cllnt
Payne, David
Page, J B
St Clair, Mr
Simmons, Mite pel
Shepbero, a AV
Taylor, Geo
Trumbte.RB
Walker, II AV
West, w T
Gio. AV. McKkaio, Postmaster.
The barber shop is ou the corner ol
Eighth street and Commercial -avenue
where J. George Stienbouse with bli gen
tlemanly assistants can ba found at any
hour of the day or night, roadv to soothe
.your feeling with a smooth ibava, or cool
your temper and head with a good snam-
poo, It ii a first-class ihop, and you are
sure ejf receiving first-elan treatment.
Ladles' aoc children's hair cut or eurlad
after the moil approved styles, b-ib-u
ATTENTION, HI It KNIGHTS.
A regular conclave of Cairo dommac-
dery No. 13, will b hell at the Asylum
on Monday evening, March ICth. at 7
o'clock. A full and punctual attendance
Is requested. Sir Knights cordially Invitee'.
Jaivavr Wilcox,
'J3S-U.15-U IUiorJ.r.
Mas. Humbold is prepared to iit.Eicu
arid miss bats and bonnets In tho most
approvod stylo, and In a murmur to glvo
otire satisfaction. Call t her leslJonco
on Fifteinlh street LmUuud AValnnt and
Oedar. V.3G-3-l&-tf
Go to O. AY. Uxndeksoh'ii, 100 Com
mercial Avnue, for tho celebrated "Char
ter Oak," "May Flower," or other cooking
stoves, tin and hollow ware, water coolers,
bath tubs, etc., etc. If you want the best
wood stoves, buy the "Charter Oak" ; the
best coal stove, buy tbe "May Flower."
237'3-14-dlru
For biLi at the New York Store
Karly rose, peerless, London lady and
russet seed potatoes, alio sweet potato
seed, clover, timothy and other Held seeds,
a fresh Hoe of garden leeds. Also Just
received a choice lino of sugars. We will
sell to tbo trade at the bwost prices.
240-3-14-31 Patere&Co.
FOR HA Lit,
A neat cottage, surrounded by trees and
shrubberies. Lot Allied up to grade.
Terms very easy. Apply to
239 3-15-3t. K. V. Bei.zxiR.
REAL ESTATE POR SALE.
Lot No, 2 in block 17, first addition,
with a two-story framo home fronting on
Commercial avenue, and threo lots (38,
39 and 40), same block, (rooting on Sov
onteonth street, aro offered for salo at a
bargain. Apply on the premises, corner
Seventeenth and Commercial avenuo.
ICCI-ao-lm F. M. AVakd.
NOTICE.
Saloon-keepers and all others are bore
by notified to soli no moro liquor of any
kind to my husband, Joo Suter, or they
will be prosecuted to the full oxtent of
the liquor law. Adelia Suter.
3-H-Ct
FOR SALE.
Second-hand clothing, watches, jewelry,
pistols, Sic, bought and sold, Also a lot
Brussels' carpet, furniture, tls., for sale.
Uppoeile Cairo and Vincennes railroad
depot. 188 2-27-tf M. CoVNE
WILCOX
Ten pounds of brown sugar for $1; 8
pounds best coffee sugar at $1; 2 pounds
of choice butter at $1; 10 cents for lard;
Imperial toa at $1; potatoes 30 cents per
peck; 3 His coffee $1, apples 40 cents, at
Wilcox's Block. 107 2-t.lm
FOR BALK.
Two Batteries of two Boilers, each 24
faet long, 42 inch Dram, 2 14 inch Flues
with (Ire fronts. Mud and Steam drums
Safety and Mud valves, Chimney and
Britchln, all complete and in first-class
orderf; been used only throe months. Fo?
price, etc., Inquire ol J. T. Rbnnik,
D-23-tf. Vulfan Tro -NV...I...
DISSOLUTION BEERAVART, ORTU
v cuaifA x.
Tbo lirtn of Heerwart. Ortb & Co. is
this day dissolved by mutual consent
Win, T. Heerwart and Christian Ortb
retiring from the firm. Thomas J. Kerth
(who will conllnuo the business at the old
stand, No. 1 2t Commercial avenue) Is
alone authorized to collect the bills and
pay all debts of the late tirm.
Wm. T. Heerwart,
UURI8TIAN OUTU,
Thomas J. Kerth
Cairo, Ills., Maroh 12, 1874. 22C-3-13 6t
GRAND OPENING AND FREE
LUNCH.
1 will open my newly fitted saloon, In
tbo Central bouso on Sixth street, Mon
day, March 16th, with a grand freo lunch
In the evening, to which everybody is in
vited. The table will be spread with
everything palatable and in season, and
the best of wines, liquors, beer and cigars
will be dealt out to those who will honor
me by accepting this Invitation. Come
one, come all. Remember the time and
place. John IUrniit.
218 3-10-Ct.
PUBLIC SAliK.
I will sell my entire stock of the beet
of Beer, Pork, Veal, Mutton, Poultry,
Butter, Eggs, Lard, Irish Potatoes, Sweet
Potatoes, Apples, Flour, Meal, Spiced
Beef, and tho best of Corned Beef. The
salo will commence at & o'clock in the
morning and continue until nine, at night
oach day for nino months, Sundays ex
cepted, I havo also 180 acres of tho bost
ot cotton land to sell or exchange for Cairo
property. I also want several good agents
to sell fruit trees. All of tho above will
bo oxplained by calling on S. Patterson,
corner of Ninth and Walnut streets, as
there Is the placo the salo of the moat and
vcgotablos will be made. 92 1-31-lm.
Cairo, Ills., Jan. 3'J, 1874..
Wm. Eblers wishes to inform tlio pub
lic that ho has Just received a large stock
of imported French calf and Morocco
Leather from Adolph Nickel, of Cincin
nati, direct Importers, and ho can there
fore warrant all bis work to be of not only
tho best manufacture, but of tho vory
best material. Any ono who desires flno
Boots, Shoes or Gaiters will find It to
their intorest to call on Mr, Khleri at his
sb'op, 20th street, and examine bis stock
and stylos beforo ordoring elsowbere.
203-3-t-lm
Wk have something new In the way of
half-sheet posters, which wo think are
Just the thing for the spring trade. Thoy
eonsist of six different designs, lllho
gsaphed, with mortises and margins for
printing. Two ot tho cuts are suitable
lor any business ; the other four for boots
and shoos, photographers, druggist and
dry goods. We have but on hundred of
each out, and will furnish them printed at
Clnolnnatl price. We have also tome
fancy cards. The "language of flowers,'
ten design; "Boquet," twolvo designs;
Opera," four design and ;"Oomio" cards
twenty-four designs which we furnish
printed at 110 to f 13 (per M, Cincinnati
prion. Who want them? Don's all
speak at once. 103-2-19-31
MARCH 15, 1874.
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The object of advertising is to make yourself known to the pub-
lie, and there is realy
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KNOW TO THE PUBLIC, AND THAT ONE WAY IS BY
PRESENTING YOURSELF TO THE PUBLIC. Those who do
or do not douqt tho genuiness of the above presentation, should
call at No. 61 Ohio Levee, where a large stock of .l?iiie Clothing
is kept for sale at the
230-3-1 4-1 ra.
For Sale $2,000 in city scrip. For
talo in quantitici to suit tbo purchaser
Apply to H. T. Geroulu.
173-2.22.tf
(Jo to Elliott A Uaythorn's and sou the
protection toe shoe for children. One
pair will last aa long as throe pairs made
In the old way. 221-3-12-Ct
Hurukb. the drv coods merchant, is
now in Now York purchasing his stock
of goods for thn spring trade. Defer
your purchases until he returns. 2-2U tt.
Mr. J. Burger is now In New York
city selecting hie stock of sprlnit goods.
He will shortly open as Hno an assort
ment of goods as was' ever brought to
Cairo. 2-2C-tf
SOUBTIIINO NEW roR CHILDREN, In
the way of shoes. The "protection toe"
is the greatest invontion or the 19th cen
tary. Elllctt & Haythorn, who are al
ways first In the field, keep them. -226
3-12-et
Attention Farmers. Wo have a
small lot or tbo Urie moveable point
steel plows, which we are now offering at
cost to close them out.
Beerwart, Okth & Co,
liu 136 Commercial avenue.
Mr. Buboeh, the enterprising dry
goods merchant, Is now in Now York for
the purpose of purchasing hi spring
stock of goods. If you want good goods
at low prices wait till his stock arrives.
2-20 tf
Notiob I nerety given thai I wilt pay
no bills for goods sold to any of the em
ploye of Thb Caibo Bulletin, either
or themselves or (or the use of the offloe
unleee the same are furnished on an ordar
Igned by Mr. Burnett or myself.
12-20-ly Jon H. Obiblt,
For Rent. Tho brick house situated
corner Third street and Commercial ave
nue. The house has been put in good re
pair throughout and is well arranged for
a hotel or bearding house, also room to
ronton Third street. Inquire of Wm.
Mollnle, No. 5, Winter'a block.
105 2-3.tf
Milk Wauox. I will commence run
ning a milk wagon on Monday morning
February 23. 1 will conllnuo it all sum
mer, and respectfully solicit your patron
age. Milk will be dtllverod to any ono
in the city, daily morning and evening.
Orders may be given to the .driver of tb
wagon or left at my ice stand, No 81 Ohio
loveo. ' Giorue Yocum.
169.2-21-lf
Owing to the hard times and tbo In
ability of many of the suffering to vlil
tho Natioval Suboical Institute at
Indianapolis, Indiana, threo of tho Sur
eeons of tbo Institute havo yiolded to
urgent solicitations, and will visit Cairo,
stopping at the St. Charles hotol, Tuesday
and Wednesday, March 24th and 2Mb,
1874, with all kinds of surgical appara
tus and appliances, and fully proparod to
treat such cases as may call upon them
for rollef, thus saving the patient a long
Journey to the Home Institution, They
will como especially prepared to treat all
Surgical cases; Paralysis; all kind ot
deformities of the Faoo, Spine, and limbs;
Diseased Joints) Diseased Eyes; Catarrh;
Private Diseases; Piles; Fistula, Ac. No
cases will be undertaken without a fair
hope Df relief. Price wIT'e moderad.
It ia needless to say that tbi Inatltution
Is entirely responsible, and Ua Urges aad
most popular of the klad in asarloa,
curing thousands of case aMUelly. .Com
the firrt day, If peaaible, a. geA eti
will he there. Xmnnisi tj, TlWir ap
i-lace. Send to the XaitUuto fern circu
lar. 228--iaod-5t w-lt
ONLY ONE "WAY TO
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Lowest Figuree.
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PHIL. H. SAUP,
Wholesale
CONFECTIONER
And Manufacturer of
HOME-MADEOANDIES
102 Oommrs!ml
Orders from Abroad Promptly Attended4 to.'
NEW hotel:
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HARRY WALKER
(Late Proprietor or the Ht. Nichola Hotel)
Has Income SnperinteadeBt of th
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CORNER SIXTH STREET AND OHIO LEVEE.
Mr. Walker laving takou charge of this old and well-kftowa kevae, will
onco give it a thorough renovating, and put it in first-class oreW for tka neof -tion
guests. Mr Walker will welcome his old customers to the) new kraie, an)
will alwayB Lo glad to see them.
First-class Day Board $20 per Month.
HARRY WALKER, Sapt.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
Boot and shoe maker, Twcn h street, be
tween AVaablngton avenue and Poplar
street. I prepared to make boots aau shoo
In tha latest and most fashionable styles.
He will make them to order, old or new
styles to suit customers, out of the btt -and
freshest stock, of which he alway,na:
good supply on hand from which to make
selectiaBS. AU Itting of boot and shoes
made hy Mr. hler is done in his own shop
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alalia a aall. aad he wtlialv you eatta
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