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LOCAL WEATHER REPORT,
OiTsmiivkr's Office, Caiho, III., 1
Manh 17,10:11 p.m., 1D74.
Theimometer, (11 decrees.
Wind Velocity HI miles per hour.
Maximum temperature lor laxt 24 bourn,
Minimum Uinperaturo lor the lasfil hour",
lrcTIMK Wind for lat 24 hours, .S. H
Total number of wiles traveled by wlud
during last 24 hours, 'Mi.
Observer Signal .Service, I). H. A.
ILLINOIS OKNTItAL ICAI LKOAI).
Mall at n.ni., Dally
Kxiiremt :;(m) ri.i
Krelgtit at 4:fl a tu , ,eicpt !nnday
riciiik ii.tftf u.iu,,,,..
Freight at tw p.m.,. . 11 11
AlllllVK AT OAtllO.
Mull nt 'Js'fi a.m... Dniiv
Kxircii at .'.2.05 p.m., ....except Sunday
rrei(;iiiBi -.i;u n.lll.,,,,,i'Xi'l'pi .Mliniuy
Freight ut..,...7:IO p in., except Sunday
Freight at V)t p.m "
1M 'i.lMf. tliMKa .loilSHo.v, Agent.
THE CAIRO AND VINCKNNES
CIIAKUR OF IIMi:
Un anil alter Sunday, l'cbt
trains n III run's follows:
tiger. ! re
Cairo, Iciivo .:( I
Mound Oltytftav.- r.sf2
Vh'nua, lean- C!:i:i
llarrlsburg, leave , f:l!
Norrln City, lo.no .. .. Ji.-l.'i
Cannl, arrive It:.")
tariiil, It-avo li):0il
(Irayvllle, leave Iu: lit
Mount (,'anui 1. leave II .'2
Vlnicmn-, leavi- li:i'i
O..VM. Junction, arrive.l'.!:.V "
O.A-M..lumtimi. leave.. 7:15 a.m.
Vln-cnne, leave 7ri" " 710
Mount Carmel, leal e.... X:3.1 "
(raytlhV, leave !I.I8 " Kl:l7
t'arml, arrlw Hbuj " Uit
Cannl, leav I0:l( uil.'i
Nbrrii (. it) , lean- Jd:l t 7:1H
llarri-burKb, leave 11:4.1 il:lil
Vlrnna, leave 1:17 r.M. 12:1.1
Mound Citv, Icavi- 2:1.! " 11:10
Cairo, arrive ":fi " 3:10
HOUND CtTr ACCOM MOVATIOK.
Leavt) Cairo at 11:30 a.m. and !r.Vi p.m.
Leave Mound City atl!!:35p.m. andi!:10p.m.
Freight train stop over night at Canui;
run from there a mixed train, leaving at
:JJj a.tu.; leaving Vliictnni- at 7 p.m. the
same evening for return trip.
At Cairo with the .Ml.-lppl Central,
Mobile anp Ohio, for all point- -out; Cairo,
Arkan-ai ami Texas Tor all points In Arkau
sa anil Tcxa.
At Inccnnc: Indlanapollnanil Vlncstinci
railway lor Indlminolln and all points north,
rat and wot ; with Kvatinvlllo and Craw
fordivillc railway for K aimvlllc.Terni Haute,
llanfillu, Chicago and all point north, cut
and weft; with Ohio and Mlmihslppl rail
way for ht. Loula, IxiuUvlUc, Cincinnati and
all iiotntH ent and went.
At NorrU Cltr ero ln tin- Sprlnglicld
and IIHioIn Soutlioaiitcrn railway.
li. W. l'ALUICR, Uoll'l Hup't.
K. I'. Wii.mh. Oon'l raitonuar. ArI.
UAIKO, ARKANSAS AND TEXAS
AND C A IBO AND FUL
The shorlest and only direct routo from
Cairo to .lioUonport, l.ltlle Hock, Hot
Springs, Kulton, and all polnln In Arkatuaa
and the Houthwcst, atid (iaUt-cton, Houston,
iallan, Austin and all points In Texan
TWKI.VK UOUIta IN AOy'ANCK OK
ANY OTHKK UOUTK.
Through tickets, throii;li IdlH of Udlng,
and Information an to freight rate, p
ieni;cr fare, connections, et., can lie oh
talned at tho eouipatiy'a tllco In Winter'n
block, comer oi Seventh treet and Com
Hack! will call at ptlvato .residences and
hotel! for paiseners, when orders aro left
Elegant Pullman palace leepln;j can on
all night tralna.
Trains run dally, (Sundaj b excepted) from
tho Cairo OIUco ui followH :
Leave Oreenlleld'.i ,.;.M a m and 4:0.'ip.m,
Aralvo fct(lrceuilcld'ri..0:17 a m undas p.m.
KXritKWrt ItUNS 1IAILY
Loaves (Irconlleld'n 200:p. tu,
Arrive at Oreenfleld'n 1:40 p.m.
I). AXTSLI.. Chief Enulnoer.
Dn. O. K. Douglas, being determined t
!-xcell In every Dental ojieratlou, lia-re-tiled
and refuniUhcd IiIh Dental I'arlnr, No.
7, KIhlhHrect, and U now reeolylns from
.S. ii? Whlto & Johnson, of I'hlladelphia,
ncml-wcekly, tho InrKef-t and finest a-i-nrt.
lnent of Dental Ooods ever offered In thi
city, and as good as can be found lu tho
BEAUTIFUL GOLD FILLINGS
Made aipeclalty,tiot any of the soft, mli-era-ble,
Miuniry work that drops out, leavlut,'
teeth cut, filed, discolored, and often de
stroyed, Perfect Golden Genu put in as kOlUl ami
durable us the smelted metal Itself.
Special attention L-lvcn to tho treatment ol
Children's Teeth. Parents by bavins their
Chilren'H Teeth examined occasional y,
would save them much tmtlcring and tie
fonnity In nftcr years.
Dr. Douglas also (ilves Particular attention
to Mechanical Dentistry. Iiavliifr secured the
li-htto"toDlt.llYATT?8 PA'PkNT GOLD
XSI KUnBEIl COMIUNATION PLATK,
which bus been UmroiiKhly tested ami np
1 roved by tlo hest Dentists In the Kast, and
levoml a doubt, tho best mid llrmest iirllll
ela"l plate now In use. ,.,
Teeth extracted without pylu-by the tuo
of Nitrous Oxido Ga, which is pcrlcetlysalo
where Judiciously il m I ' t o ro 1 1 ,
X7U.tf u- K- D0U"1-AH-
DR. W. 13LAUW
in lllook (upta Irs) corutr 8th Btro
and WAtmngion .yiw.
90-31-tf, 0AIB0, ILLINOIS.
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
To MXI'IIK 1IIK IXSKItTIO.N or A.VAN
JiOUNC'KMF.NT IK Till! lltlU.gl.V1 UK ITIU.I
cation, ry.r. Mvar in: i-aii. wiikk iiik
ANNOU.SCK.MUKT It) IIANDKH IK, TllKltn.l:
Wll.l, IlK SlltlCII.V AIilllllF.il 10. rCllV
orricKM ft; WAitD opvickiih,
Wi-are nutboiled to aiiunuinc .Mi li hai l
.1, Miiwb y as a e.indld.iti-, for re-election tu
the ulllci-of City Cleik, at the approaching
DOITOIt IIUI.I.KH.V - Volt will pli-iiMMill-
nonnce that I um a eandld.ili- lor tln-olllcc
ol i lly clerk at tin- eii-ulng elnilti r i lecllou,
!!.! 3-1'J-til W. K. Hawkins.
fun irv ntKASi'l-.Mt;
.Mil, Kllloli:l!v riiu--t of a uuuibcr of
citizens plea-e iiunotiiici- my name as a can
dldati- for the olllci; of city Treaurer at the
cnulni' i barteri'lecllmi,
Vioi Itin i:mioim:,
l ull i:i I V A I'IOIINKV.
Wi- an- authorleil tu aunnillicit that II
at-on Wi lili Is a candidal e fur le-iii cllon
to tin-iilllce nfi Ity attorney at the cn-Uliij;
i barter election.
SI-HCIAI. MKKTt.Vd or un: citv cnrvcii.
e m.u:ii itv un: mayoii.
CAIi:0,Ilti.,March 18,1871,1 p.m.
Preent Ills honor Mayor Wood ami Al
dermen Kor-mcycr, McKueii, Meyer-, Mnr
ii,ltlttgiilnme and HoMii-on i.
The resignation r Alderman Wood lilt
leuhoiiK-, to take effect at the end or the
pre-ent municipal year, was presented and
read and, on motion of Alderman Merer,
The following resolution was Otlered and,
on motion of Alderman Kor.-meyer, adopted,
lte-olved. That tho cltv clerk ). i i . t r-n. t ... I
to publl-b with the notice of the en-uin citv
election, n notice that nit Anril "l.i Isri .,L
election will he held for an alderman from
inuM'conii am, to ail tliexaeancv rallied hy
the resignation of Alderman Wood Kitten
house. Aldennan N'ellls appeared in his -cat.
State and city bonds of John Hefner Tor
Ihjuor lken-e were presented and read, and,
on motion or Alderman Morris approved.
On motion of Aldinnan Illttnlioui-. ad
journed. M. .. Howi.nv, Citv Clerk.
Oki.no to the hard time and tho In
ability of many of tho suffering to vlel-
tho National faURoiCAL I.ShTHUTK at
Indlanapollf, Indiana, three of tho Sur
geons of tbo Instltuto havo yielded to
urgont solicltationi, and will visit Cairo,
stopping at the St. Charles hotol, Tuoedny
and weslnerday, March 'Jlth nnd 25tb,
16i4, with all kinds of surgical appara
tus and appliances, and fully prepared to
troat such cases as may call upon thorn
for relief, thus saving tha patient a long
journey to tho Horn Institution. Tboy
wlllcomo especially prepared to treat all
Surgical cues; Paralysis; all kinds of
deformities of tho Face, Spine, and Hmbj
Diseased Joints; Duoiued Kyc.; Catarrh;
Privnte Disoues; Piles; Fistula, Arc. No
cases will bo undertaken without a fair
hope 3f relief. Price will bo moderado.
It in needless to say that this ltiHtitution
is ontirnly responsible, and tbo largest and
most popular of tbo kind in Amnrica,
ruring thousands of cases annually. Come
tho first day, If possible, as a great crowd
will he thero. Kkmkmukr tiik time and
i-i.ack. Send to the lnntltuto for a clrcu-
Wr. have eometblm; new in tho way of
balf.theet posters, which wo think aro
just tho thine; for the spring trndo. They
consist of sis dltl'eront designs, litho
graphed, with mortices and margins for
printing. Two ol tho cuts uru euitablo
lor any husinets ; tho other four fur boots
and shoes, photographers, druggists and
dry good?. Wo havo but ono bundrod of
each cut, ttnd will furnish them printod- at
Cincinnati prices. Wo bave also somo
fancy cards. Tbo "language of tlowors,'
ton designs; "Iloquot," twelvo designs;
Opera," four designs and "Comic" cards
twonty-four designswhich wo furnish
printod at $10 to ?1'J por M, Cincinnati
price. Who wants thorn? Don't all
speak at onoo. lC:i-2-lf-3t
Win, Khlors wishes to inform tho pub
lic that ho baa just received a largo stock
of imported French calf and Morocco
Leather from Adolph Nickel, of Cincin
nati, diroct importers, aid bo can there-
foro warrant all his work to bo of not only
tho best manufacture, but of tho vory
best material. Any ono who dci-ires Ono
Boots, Shoes or Oaitors will llnd It to
tbolr intorost to call on Mr. Khlors at his
shop, 20th street, nnd oxamlno bis stock
'and stylos beforo ordoring olsowboro.
203 3-4-1 m
Tiik barbor shop is ou tbo corner ol
Eighth stroet and Commercial avonuo
whero J. Georgo Stionhouso with bis gon
tlomsmly assistants can bo found at any
hour of tbo day or night, roady to sootbo
your feollngs with a smooth shave, or cool
your lorn por and head with a good sham
poo. It is a first-class shop, and you aro
sura of rocoiving first-class treatment.
Ladies' and children's balr cut or curled
after tbo most approved stylos. 8-15-tf
Milk Waook. I will coramenco run
ning a milk wagon on Monday morning
February 23. 1 will continuo it all sum
in or, and rcspoctfully solicit your patron
age Milk will bo delivered to any ono
In tho city, dally. -morning and ovonlng.
Ordors may bo givon to tbo ,drivor of the
wagon or loft at my ico stand, No 81 Ohio
levoo. GHoiiai: Yocum.
ic'j-2- a i-tr
Foil Hunt. Tho brick hquso situated
corner Third s troot and Commercial avo
nuo. Tho bouso has boen put in good ro
pair throughout and Is wol) arrangod for
a botol or boarding hauso, also rooms to
ronton Third stroot. Inqulro of Wm.
MoIIaJo, No. C, Wlntor' block.
Yon BALK-t'AOOO In city icrlp. For
ealo in quantltlos to suit tho purchaser
Apply to U- T. Gkiioulu.
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 1874.
THUNDBK n5 F ItilOOTHllfol
AVIND AND RAIN." ' '
THE LIKK N EVKH AVITNKSSKl) IN
HOI'flHS MI.OWN DOWM-OTIIKK3
UUILDINGS OELUGKD WITH
WATER AH I) STOCKS DK.'J
THOYKD. FULIi PAKTIOULAHS
To tell the resdera ol Tin: Bui.i.ktin that
an awful " '
IIL'ltllK.'A.VK AND BIOllM
pasie.l over this city at an eatly hour
ycHerday morning, would bo simply to tell.
ulut every man, woman anil child In tho
city already knows; hut to thoo who havo
not had an opportunity or going about the
lower end ol tho city and
IKWI.MI 'IIIK MMTKUCriOK
occasioned by the wind and rain, It may be
intertilling to ktiivjnt what that dUtrue-
Hon amounts to, and who were tho princi
pal ullurcrs by It. This being ttie case, we
will give our leaders as full and corroet a
statement of matters as tli-y existed yes
terday morning as wo lave been ab'o to
As i- well-known Tm-ilav was an c.vceeil-
Ingly warm day for this h-j-oii of tin- vear,
the thermometer at one tlnii- going up n
high as 7.' dfrree-. While the -ky was free
from i loud-during tho day, the air wa
heavy, and towards evening the barometer
icgau to lnk rapidly. Iletweeti l.x and
seven o'clock Mr. Ilooth. chief otllcer or the
signal station lu this city, .uiiiounced lliat
there was a
and that It would probably strike Cairo be
tween ten and eleven o'clock at night. This
n'omiatlou created considerable uueukl-
ncs, and It was noticed that commanders
of steamers then In port were making pre
parations lor the worst by putting out extra
cables and putting their vetsels In trim to
withstand high winds, rain, etc.
Jlut the hours slipped away, and at nine,
oMoek the sky was ifcrfectly clear of any
thing like cloud-, and tho stars shown out in
II their glory. Ten, eleven, twelve o'clock
and there were no signs of the "wrtb to
come." Those who were -till on the streets
lad about arrived at tho i-onelusion that
Old Haobs'' had "gone back" on Mr.
Ilooth, and that there would bu no
tomi. One o'clock, nnd -till,
while the- sky had become partially
obtcured ;by clouds, It did not seem that
the storm would amount to mu:b even if It
did came. Two o'clock arrived, and then
we went out onto tbo street whore we could
get an unobstructed view of the heavens In
every direction. There was a good many
clouds "skipping about," and tho air was
oppressive, and then wo began to believe
Uld JTob." had not Hod, and that the
storm would come, Fiom two o'clock to
half-past tkrea the -winds Were) low? and
there Was no sound of thunder lir tasblng
ol lightning. But at about
TWENTY MINL'TKS IUU'OKi: 1 Ol'lt
a low, rumbling thunder wa- heard and
slight llaihes of llirlitiiiui: were visible.
This condition of affairs continued up to
four o'clock, m ben the heavens, were , ilium-
nalril with livid lightning, and peal upon
peal or thunder shook the earth; and jti-t al
ter four o'clock,
oni: 'ntr.MKNDioi-s, Awrri.i.
blast of wind came that shook every build
ing In the city. The storm cmter did not
seem to be more than hair .1 mile wide, and
pa-eed over only that orllou 0MI10 Sty ly
ing ea-t of Fourteenth street. With the
wind cauiu heavy rain, and an Immense
amount ol" water fell within the fifteen min
'I UK DAMAOKH.
CouiuieniJng with Fourteenth street and
following tin: direction of the -tonnitWas
found that much damage bad been ibme.
(Ill the ea-t Mdc ol l ourleclitll between
Walnut ami Cedar streets
1 wo co n AGK.N,
om- belonging to a colored man iiameil Clark,
and the other to a man named llrown, were
blown off their foundations ami "landed" iu
live feet or Water. The Inmates Were lu bed
at the lime, ami when the bou-cs went down
found them-clvcH iu water up to their necks,
and bad to wade out.
ON rOUItTKKNTH hTI-.KKT
back or Cedar a two story frame bou-e be.
longing to a colored man named Carter was
blown over, but not serlou-ly damagei
The Inmates escaped without Injury.
PaseluK down further we hear ot uo
thcr damage until we reach
Mil, I.EO KLKU'.S IIOUdK
on Sixth street. This house waB badly dam
aged, tho roof being torn oil' and carried
onto the roof of the house adjoining, whero
It still lays. Mr. Kleb's whole house was
deluged with water, and will have to be re
plastered throughout. Wo understand that
one of Mr. Kleb's children narrowly escaped
death from falling plaster.
A small framo house on Wnshlngron avc
nuo, between Fourth and Sixth streets, was
lifted Irom tho stanchions on which itrestcd
and lodged against the rcsldenco of Mr.
Uarman Able. 1 ho bouso, or shanty rath
er, was occupied by a couple of colored wo
mon, nnd was pretty badly shattered.
Tho brick bouso ou tho corner of Fourth
street and Washington avenue, owned and
Y. II. (1II.1IKKT, ESQ.,
wasliadly damaged. About ono half of the
roof on tho west side was blown oil", and'tbe
houso Hooded with water, causing much
damaL'o to furniture, carpets, etc. Mr. Gil
bert Is In Springfield attending court, and
Mrs. Gilbert and tho servants were tho only
persons in the houso at the time the roof was
tin: UA.s woitKs
camo in for its chare of the damages, which
will not fall short of $1,090 and inuy reach
1,500. Thu slato roof of tho gas house whs
badly torn up, one of tbo smoke-stacks and
tho framo of tho old holder were
blown down and broken to pieces,
TUB 8T. ClUllt.KH HOTEL.
Tho roof of the St. Charles hotel was much
damaged. Mr. Wilcox estimates tho num.
ber of slato sblnglos blown off at from
eight hundrod to ono thousand. Tho wind
carried many o those heavy plocosof slate
out as far as tho odgo or the river, and sev
eral wero picked up on Fourth street, a full
block distant. A number of windows were
blown in, and tho house flooded with water.
Mr. Wilcox thinks hit lots will amount to
bttwocn six and olght hundred dollars,
The roof of tbo small framo houso on tbo
south uldo of Commercial avenue, two doors
east of Sixth street, was broken In by tho
falling of n brick lira wall. Tho JjulUlUitf
was b.i.lly wrecked, It was occupied by
iiji, Aiitlies as a mcat-tbop,
m joim AVTutU'a
r - " a wc. ,
Probably by.fur tho heaviest lost V by tho
slorm was John Antrim. Tho roof wa
blown on the rear ball of hN hulncss hou-i-on
Ohio levee, and the third, second and
first Honrs flooded with watir, Ills stock or
line clothing ami piece goods were badly
il.imaKcil. ami the los ou stock :uul l.iiil.il,,.
Is vailou-ly c-tlmati il at rrnm three to siv
" HAUCI.A V IIHOH,
A portion of tho roor of Jlarday llros'
levo drug boti-o was demolished, but as
boiiiol the proprietors arrived at the store
u rew minuti-s alter the root had been
blown off, and at once procured tarpaulins
wlih which the opeuln wa. covered,, their
stock and building wos not so badlydam
agoU. Their loss will probably reach f :O0.
LOUIS lltnBEHT'8 RKSTAUIIANT.
Mr. Iierbertls among tho heaviest losers
by the storm, Ills whole houfe waslloodml,
the roer having boon blown off at tbo same
time tbo roof went oil' ol Mr. Antrim's, All
his hou-chold eflecls, earpcti, bedding, and
an wcie completely saturated with water.
In all probability the entire bulldinc will re
quire replastorlng. It Is impossible to glvo
a correct statement or thu damages ruitali:-
u, nut it will certainly not fall short of
tiik 'hits' orriCE.
which Is Iu the' second story or Antrim's
building, suffered con-Merablo ilim.iL'e.
The ca-e-, stock orpiper, books, ami lu fact
everything In the niltce l.-lng thnnnighly
wet. However, the '.Sun' nude Its appear
anne lat night as usual, though iu a -oiue-what
Iii the above we have mentioned only tho
principal lo--.es by th,. storm. To mention
dcmolMicd, would till two columns uf Tin:
Taken all in all the Morm of this morning
was the hardest and moit distructlve that
c er vl-lted Cairo. l'hoe pe-soiis;who hat e
suffered by It have thu 4yiiipathy of the pub
lic, a fact or which they were convinced
by the many acts of klndne-s and proffered
assistance tendered them during their
IN this city on Tuc-day ccnlmr at the re-
Idtncc of the bride's father, by Kev. It. It.
I rinible, Mr. It. .1. Cundili to Ml-- Adelaide
A. Phillip-, all of this city.
Along witb tbo numerous Irlend-ofMr.
and Mrs. Cundili wo rise to congratulate
them, anil wMi them a long, happy and pro-
Mr. Chris llanny, tho proprietor of tho
palatial dry goods mansion on Commercial
avenue, corner ol Klgbth strsct, has gone
Last to lay in a spring and summer stock of
dry foods, and as soon as tho goods begin
to arrive, every ono Is.invUedtocall around
and examine before purchasing elsewhere.
The floor of a houso on Commercial ave
nue near Fifth street, occupied as a grocery
tore, "dropped out" yesterday atternoon,
and tumbled the entire stock Into the water
'rai.mornlug at ten o'clock the last of
Smyth 4 Co'.; stock of line fancy groecrl
III ... r.l.l ' ll..,i.l,1w.l... ..'.,. ...Ill
will be aoldi Homeinbrr the
cln-cd out this mornln;;.
The great length of tho county court pro
ccdlngs crowds out nearly all other matter
irom tins i-siie.
MaJ. Leo arrived in tbo c-lty yesterday
lin i-.inin I'rnin at. I.ouis.
Two good Houses. Inquiro of
24U 3-17-3t (Jeouok Fisiiki:.
Jocond-Iiand clothing, watchos, jewelry,
pistols, Arc, bought and sold, Also a lot
Brussels' carpet, furniture, tts., for sale.
Upposito Cairo and Vinconncs railroail
depot. 188 2-27.tr M. Covin:
Ten pounds of brown sugar for $1; 8
pounds best coffee sugar at $1; 'J A pounds
of cboico buttor nt il; 10 cents for lard;
Imperial toa at $1; potatoes 30 cents per
pock; 3 lbs coll'eo Jl, apples -10 cents, at
Wilcox's Illock. , 107s-r'J-4-lm
t. fJ.. L
tJaloon-lteopors and nil others aro horn.
by notified to soil no mora liquor ot any
kind to my husband, Joo Stitor, or they
will be proiccutod to tbo full oxtent of
tbo liquor law. Adei.ia Hutkii.
Two Batteries of two Boilers, each !M
feot long, i inch Dram, i! 14 Inch Flues
with llro fronts. Mud and Steam drums
Safoty and Mud vulvos, Cbimnoy and
Brltchln, all completo and In llrst-class
orderf; boon used enly tbroo months, i-o;
price, etc.. Inouiro of J. T. Kknnik,
9-2U-tf. Vulcan Iron Works.
HEAL ESTATE FOH SALE.
Lot Xo. 2 in block 17, first addition,
with a two-story framo houso fronting on
Commorclal avonuo, and tbroo lots (88,
39 and 40), samo block, fronting on ,Sov-
cntoonth stroot, aro oflerod for salo at a
bargain. Apply on tho promlsos, corner
Seventeenth and Commorclal avonuo.
lC0-2.V0.lm F. M. Waiid.
1 will soil my entlro stock of tho best
of Roof, Pork, Voal, Mutton, Poultry,
Buttor, Eggs, Lard, Irish Potatoos, Swoot
Fotatoos, Applc9, Flour, Moal, Spiced
Beof, and tho host of C'ornod Boof. Tho
salo will commence nt 0 o'clock in tbo
morning and continue, until nino at night
Oftoh day for nitio months, Sundays ox
copted, I tmvo also 180 acres of the boat
ot cotton land to soil or oxchimgo for Cairo
property. I also want several good agents
to sell fruit troos. All uf thu nbovo will
bo explained by calling on S. Patterson,
csrnor of Ninth 'and Walnut streets, as"
thoro is tbo pUcotho'Salo of tho moat and
vogotntlos will bo mado. O'J 1-31-lm.
OAino, Ills., Jan. 311, 187 1.
Notiok Is noroby given ttiat 1 will pay
no bills for goods sold to any of tbo em
ployes of Tim Cairo Buhktin, cither
or thomsolvos or lor tho use of tho olfico
unloso tho samo aro furnished ou an order
Ignod by Mr. Burnott or myself.
12-20-ly Jon M. Ouxuly,
Go to 0. W. IlKNDisiuoN'ri, 100 Oom
morcial Avonuo, for the celobratod "Char
ter Oak," "May Flower," or otbor cooking
stoTcs,tin nnd hollow ware, wator coolers,
bath tubs, etc., oto. If you want thu best
wood stoves, buy tha "Chartor Oak" ; tho
best coal itovo, buy tho "May Flowor."
Extends n cordial invif.il inn
to all those who wish to save
their money nnd ot "value
received" for what they do
spend, to his largo stock of
Fine Clothing, bought lately
at)rioc.H unknown to"country
dealers." Tavin'.i resident
partner in Iew York a
gentleman of long exporience
aim a most extensive acquain
tanee among rctropolitan
Clothiers, 'fives ns advant.-irrpq
for buvinir at tho lowesl. nnMi.
A "country dealer" (such they
call them in New York), goes
to market with the right idea,
goods lower than hist year,
but he is llliiicinininted vitli
those whose "shoo pinches"
oaciiy; and ot course has tu
pay "tho same old nrieo."
Then there are a great many
who go to St. Louis, Chicago
and Cincinnati to buy their
Wantkd A cook.
Apply at Thk
Fon a as and steam fitting go to Ken
nio's Vulcan Iron works, Commorclal
avonuo, foot of Ninth street 9-10-tf
Fou Sali: oh Exciianok A Farm
near Villa Itidgo good bouso and young
orchard. Inquiro nt this oflico or address
T. B. Fa nni. v,
Uo to Elliott &i Ilujtlioru's and sou tbo ,
protection too shoe for children. Una
pair will laet as long as tbroo pairs mado I
in tho old way. 22t-3-l'J-f'it
BURnisii, tbo dry coods merchant, is
now in .Now orlc purchasing bis stock J
of goods for tbn spring trada Dofor I
your purchases until bo roturus. 2-2(5 tf.
Mn. J. UunuKUH now iu Now York
city selecting bin htock of sprint' goods.
Uo will shortly open as (Inn an n?nrt
tnont of goods as was over brought to
Somktuinu ttr.w von ciiildrkn, in
tho way of shoos. Tho "protection too"
is thu greatest Invention of thn 19lb con-
.tury. Kllictt is llaytborn, who aroal-
ways urst in itiu uoiu, ueep inom.
Attrition Faumkuii. Wo have n
small lot of the Urio movuablo point
steel plows, which wo aro now oU'cring nt
cost to closo thorn out.
Bekiiwaiit, OrtTii & Co,
lm VIG Commemial avonuo.
Mil. Burokk, thu enterprising dry
goods merchant, is now in Now York for
thu purposo of purchasing his spring
stock of goods. If you want good goods
at low prices wait till his stock arrives.
M its. ltu.MiioLD Is prepared to iilkacii
and I'RKSS hats and bonnets In tho most
approvod stylo, and in a manner to glvo
entire satisfaction. Call at bcr residonco
on Fiftoonth stroot botwoon Wulnnt nnd
Cedar. 230 3-16-tf
Tiik larokst stock of bird cagos, toi
let sets, wator coolers, bath tubs and a
gonoral stock of tlnwaro etoros ovor of
fered in Cairo may bo found, cheaper than
tbo cheapest, at C. W. Uondorson'ri, No.
190 Commercial avonuo. i!38 3-l l-lm.
Fon Walk at tub Njcw Yoiik Stokk
Early rose, poorless, London lady and
russot seed potatoos, also swoot potato
sood, clover, timothy nnd other Held soods,
a froeli lino of gardou soods. Also juct
rocotvod a choico lino of sugars, Wo will
sell to tho trado at tho lowest prices.
JlO-3.l l.3t rATJCitK & Co.
, BULLETIN BINDERY,
'Jorner Twcllth stroot and Washington Ave
J. C. HUELS.
(Late of at. Louis,)
HOOK BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
HLANK UOOICH or cverv Ucsonntlon done
with neatnoH aud dispatch. All kinds of
ruling done athhortuotlc.o. Itlblus, Music,
Maga.lnetf and l'liriouivui liouud neat unit
It tho lowest poahlblo rates.
county work, biicii us uocorus, iiockoi
Feu Books, lllauks, etc.. made a specialty.
Boxes, Fockct llooks,KnvoIops, etc., mado
to order, ll-si.
i ; iisij
' 'Uf ami. m j
PHIL. H. SAUP,
And laiiufacturcr of
102 Commercial Ave.
TjSSOrders from Abroad Promptly Attended to.
f Has become Superintendent of the
iii i mm i ii
CORNER SIXTH STREET AND OHIO LEVEE.
3lr. Walkor having taken charge of this old and well-known house, will it
onco givo it a thorough renovating, and
nun gnosis, nir. vvniKor win weiconio
will always bo glad to s;co them.
First-class Day Board 20 per Month.
HARRY WALKER, Supt..
E Ills KB S,
Hoot ami shoe maker, Twen h street, be
tween Wiihl!:,'ton uvenue iiind l'oplar
street, Is prepared to make boots ana shoes
lu tho latest and most laahlouable styles,
lie will in ak o thorn to ordor, old or now
styles to suit customers, out of tho btt'.and
trc-host fctouk, of which ho always ;has la
good supply on hand from which to mako
selections. All titling ot boots and shoes
mado by Mr. Kblcrs Is douo In his owu shop
no foreign lilting bolnc usoif by him.
Give him a call, and no will givo you satis
faction. OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE
Happy robot tor young mon irom mo ci
fectsot errors and ubusca In earlv Ufa. Man
hood restored. Impediments to marriage,
removed. Mow method of treatment. Mow
ami remarkable remedlo. Books and clr.
jiilars sent tree, In sealed envelopes. Ad
dress, Howard Association', No. 2 South
Muth stroot, I'hlladelphia, Fa. an Institu
tion having a high reputation for honerable
ouuuci auu. prijieswonai skiu. nu-a uawiw
stock, which is small for
spring, and pay two proflts,for
tho manufacturers in those
places bought their pieco
goods for spring sale last fall,
not getting tho benefit of Jay
Cooke's troubles. Mr. Farn
baker pays his sole attention
to buying; and being woll ac
quainted knows whore bar
gains are to be found. Of
course every merchant will
tell you "he buyes the cheap
est," but in business as in life,
".judge a man by the company
.he keeps." ITarnbaker the
Clothier asks for nothing un
less you think he deserves it.
People have not tho least
idea how goods have fallen,un
til tho examine a stock bought
lately at "bottom prices."
A small quantity of our
spring stock has already arrived.
- m i
tho St. Nicholas Hotel)
put it in first-class order for the reoep-
ins otu customers to'tne new bouse, and
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