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THE CAIKO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 1874.
MMm'i orrtcie, Cairo,. lll.y
" March 17, 10:11 p.m., IS7L )
f ' inometer, flf dcgroca.
1 id Velocity Hi iuIIci per hour.
Mil or, lulc.
ttmura Umperature lor last '1 bouri,
ilmuin temperature for tbe last lit hour
ivalMngwlmi Top. last M().ours,.SitE
iBinumDtr.oi nii iraveicu ny wmu
ig last '21 noun, 2JJ.
! EDWIN Hootii,
' ''bscrvor Signal Servlco, U. H, A
,INiy CENTRA L RAILROAD.
1H.UNH LKAVK C.UUO,
t 2:0 a.m.,
ess at 3:00 ii.in,. . .
ht at...... 4:00 a.m., .except Sunday
.tit at IliKi n.m...... " "
;utat. ... 0 p.m "
AKHIVK AT CAIRO.
t 'i:'fi n.m Dally
at 2.-05 p.m.,... .except Sunday
lit at U:15 n.m.,. ...except Monday
lit at .7:IOp m., except Sunday
;litat 10;(O p.m
2-17-tf. ..lAMKft JOIINHON. Avvnt.
I! UALKO AND V1NUENNKS
ciiAiroe or rim:..:
ami alter Sunday, r cbni.iry 22, 1871,
will run a follows:
...tut) A.M. ti:W A.M.
il City,-leave..... xi
la, leave". .011.1
sburg, leave M:l!
City, Icavo IMS
I, arrive !):.V)
I. luavo i.IO.smj
ui leavu. ..1:I0
t Carim-I, lcavo....l l:22 "
nue,' leave.... .4 12:23 l-.M.
i..iuiitU(in,nrriTi'.l2SJ.i " '
.junction, icavc. iiii.v.M
nines, leave 7:2.') "
t Carmcl, leave... H:!
rllle, have. ....... 0:18
i, arrive ;::in.-oo "
I, Icavo 10:1(1 "
s City, leave.... .?JQ:I4 '
hurili, leave 11:43
la. leave 1:17 r.M. 12:13 I
id City, Icavo 2:12 .1:10
, arrive ,. .. 3:01 U:io
UOUKD CITI ACCOMMODATION.
1 ' . r,
I Cairo at 1130 a.m. and 6:l.'i p.m
iMoiind City at 12:33p.m. aml;:10p.m.
Ight trains Hop over night at C ami!;
rum there as mixed train, leaving nt
v.m.; leaving Vlncciiiicy at 7 P.m. the
evening for mum trip.
Cairo with tlio lli"iniil Central.
(Ir aup Ohio, for all point- Mini; Cairo,
iian and Tcxaf, tor all point. In Arkan
Vlncennen: 1 ndiauapoliii and Vlncenncs
ay lorlndlananolliiuudallpolBUi north,
and went; with JZvanatiIu aad Craw
vlllo railway for Kvatmlllc.Tcrra Haute,
ille, Chicago and all uoinUi north, cut
.vent; with Ohio and MIMwiippl rail
for Ht. Louli, LouiivUlc, Cincinnati and
iinU eatt and wet.
Norris City rroMtins tlie Springtlcld
lllioli SoutucatterB railway.
Ii. W. Pauikb, Uen'l Bap't
"Vji.ok, 01 l'&uanger, Agt.
IKU, AltlvAMHAb AHV TKAAS
AND UAIBO AND FUL
TON HAIIiltOADS. .
ie shortest aad only 'dlrect ,oute from
o to Jaotaonport, l.lttlu Itock, Hot
uk, Fulton, atid'all point in'Arkan.aj
the Southwest, and (ialvcstoii, Houston,
as. Austin and all points In Tcvn.
KLVE HOURS IN AOVANCK OK
V OT11KK KOUTK.
hrough tickets; through bills of lading,
Information as to freight rate, pa
jer larc, connections, etc., ran ha ob-
edattho cotupany'b alllco In Winter's
iW, corner 6t .Seventh street and Com
acks will call at privato 'renldenceit and
lis for passengers, when orders are left
Jegant Vullcaan palace aleeplni; cars on
rains run daily, (Sundays excepted) from
Cilro Office as follows :
iuUreenlleld'i....0:33 a ui and Wi p.m.
Mve atarcenfleld'8..9:17 m and3:3Sp.m.
KXI'ItKHS KUNS IIAILV
nves Greenfleld'a 'iiJ0:p. in,
ilvu at Oreentleld's 1:40 n.ui.
1). AXTKIX, Chief Knglneer.
1)R. 0, E. T)0L'0T.AS, being determined t
xccll in every Dental opera; on. nasrc
(ml ninl rfitmit i1ir.il liU Dental Far or. Xso
. KlKhth street, ami Is now receiving from
. 8. AVblto Johnson, or riiuaueipiua
,..i.,,.,..,i-iv tin. Inri'i.sl nnd filie-t assort
aent of DcnUd (loods ever offered In tills
' . nml n L'ood as can bo found in the
BEAUTIFUL GOLD FILLINGS
laae aspeciallty.uot any of the soil, inlser.1
lie. Mmngy work Hurt drop.s out, leaving
iceth cut, fllcil, discolored, and often do-
''perfect Golden Ofias-put in as solid and
durable as the smelted metal Ibelf.
Special attention given to tho treatment ot
Chlldreu'it Teeth. Parents by having their
Clillreu's Teeth oxamlncd occasional y,
' would tYo them much Buffering and de
formity to aticr years
Dr. Douglas aho elves Part leuwr uttcntlon
,. -M..l,.nTr.nl De.iililrv.bavlni.'bCCUl-eil tho
right to use DK. HYATT'S PATENT OOLD
Nn IlUUIIEIl, COMBINATION PLATE,
...i.i.i, !... l.-.i.n flmraiiMilv tiKtril 11 1 111 nl)
proved by tho best DontUti In the Lust, i d
beyoiHlu uouiii, in" i"-". " v
..t.:i ..nit, lii nun.
ic.!.i. ,.v,riiiii wlilmiit lialii bv thuue
of Nitrous Oxide Oas, which Is pcrtectly bale
w lerejiuiicioimiy miuiiiimieii",
170 If U.E.DOUOI.AS
BEM18, BRO., & CO.,
Aaifrt IIOUK COXION HlUA
. . MO. 80 Oalo itvee, Cairo, Ills
CAIRO LOCAL NKWS,
'J'O llECL'Ill: TIIK INHEItTIDN OF AN AN
MOt'NCRMKNT IH, Tllfc IlULLKINTIIK I'UtlT.t'
CATION VKK Ml 'ST I1K I'AIK WHKM TIIK
ANNOU.SCT.Mt.NT IS IfANtiKI) IN. Tills HUM;
WIM. UK UTIIICTI.Y Al)llr.lll:l( 10. CITY
orncKs ?r; waiiu orricEits,
rou city cTimik'. "
We are utltliotlrtd to nimouno.- .Mliliac
.J, llowlcy ax a candidal for re-elt'ctlon to
the ollli'it of City Clcik, nt the approaching
rlty clcrtloii. "
I'MToitlit'M.r.TIN'-Ymi tlll pica' ati'
lioillicc (lint I am a candidate for thcntllci
of lly clerk at the eiiMiIng charter i leetlmi.
'J2f 2-12-11 W. K. IlAWKlNi.
Ml!. KlJlToit!lly reiiiet of a number of
citizens plc.isu announce my nami! a a can
didate for the oilier of City Trcaiircr at the
eli'tllng i liaiterelcctlon.
l ilt! C'llV ATTOtt.NltV.
We ate ailthoried to aliuoliuee that II,
Watiti Webb U a candidate for reelection
to the olllee of city attorney at the ensuing
i barter elecjliiii,
- tiem-iul (ireuii II. ltaiim ha l.cin In the
city keveral dayn.
'I'hirewa no ,tiliieig tralituted in
pollrij couit yeitcrday,
- (i. W, Corle-, yif Metropolis u at Ihe
lit. Charle hotel yerterday,
Clilcf Meliale eal.ihooeil a drillikeli man
yesterday evening, becaue be maile a good
more noUe than the law permit-.
Tho mhject or the itcv. Mr. (lllherfs
leeture In tho Kpi?copal church to-n'ght.
will he ".Mn' Spirit, Ood's Candle."
.Mr. K. 1". "Wilson, general Ireight agent
of the Cairo and Vlnceuiics railroad, who
has been absent forsome time, roturucd yes
lerday. The airo St. ratrlck's llencvolcnt ocl
et return ayoto of thanks to II. Watvra
Webb for tho use ol his horce, tendered by
him to their martial on tho occasion of tbe
parado on the 17th of March, not so much
for the real rervlce rendered, Dot for the
manner In which it was tendered. Ily or
der of tho society. John II. IIooa.n, Scc'y.
M. Chri". llanny is now in Now York
selecting n Hock of goods for the spring and
summer trade, home ol the new flock will
arrive in a few il.iy-, and will at once be ex-
posed for tale. The new Mock will consist
of nil the latcit and tnott IabionabIc pat
terns of good", ami ho rcoucU bit old
friends and cU'touicrr, and the public gener
ally to call and examine hli Mock be for o pur
Prominent among the arrh als at the M.
Oharliti hotel yesterday were 11. Yeung,
WaMUngton; rrank rntworth, Cincinnati;
L. O. Miller, Ulooiniiigton; A. II. Ki-lier.
Xcnia, Indiana; A. F. Osborne, ICokomo,
Indiana; 0. Henry, New York; A. 1). Itln-
hart, Cincinnati; O. K. Denny, ht. I.ottl;
,1. P. Southworth and famllv, Mobile; A.
, New Orlcan-; i. W. Noble, Chica
go, and O. M. Darker, Vicksburg.
Mr. I'lill. II. Saiip lias irinntvil 111. cnn.
leetfoiiery establMimeiit from Commercial
awnue to Itiidcr llroM lirlek building atthe
corner ot Kigbth nrect and 'W.ThlngtoiiaM
nne, where he will bo pleased to receive all
his old friend and cu-tomcrf, and the pub
lic generally. Tho room occupied by Mr.
Saup In Just suited to ids liti'lucs.. In the
front part will be located the oda fountain
and candy stand, while In the rear a hand
somely tlnMied and funiMicd lee cream a
looi( has been lilted up. Still further back
the e.andy manufacturing establishment will
bo located. In tho course of a few davs the
entire place will bo In -hlp-shapo, and then
Cairo can boast of one of tin; neatest and
haiid-oincst confectionery and ice cream sa
loons In this section of countrv. 2."il -3-'J0-lt
D1KI) At three o'clock. Thnrnday,
March 10, 1371, at her residence in this city,
Mrs. Call Peters aged 21 years-. The funeral
will take place from the Herman Lutheran
church on Thirteenth street, at 10 o'clock to-
lay. After the services at the church, the
remains will bo taken by the afternoon tral"
to Jonesboro. Friends ol the family arc cor
dially inWtcd to attend.
At a meeting of tho lady members of the
German Lutheran church, or which the de
ceased was a member, held last evening, the
following resolutions were adoptod:
"WllKHKAl. It has Dleascd Alnilirhtv Ood
In his liitlniU' wisdom to remove from our
midst anil tin- church, by death, our beloved
sister, Mid. Carl Peters, theieloro
Itesolved, That while we bow with hum
ble submission to the will of tho .Matter, we
shall ever feel the creat loss wc have sustain
ed la tho death of our loved and loving .sis
ter: that in tin; councils ol the church es
pecially win wu miss her valifablo adice;
IlOolvcd, That to the bereaved husband,
who,;in the death of his wile, has lost his
beatrmid truest friend, our most heartfelt
sympathy, and pray Uod to make his burden
as llL-ht as iiosllilu : and be It further
liesoiveu. i uai we. ns inemners oi inc
German Lutheran Uhurch. tender to him
our assistance In bringing up his motherless
children that tnev may no laugin io louovv
the path of rectitude, and lead an honest,
Itesolved, That these resolutions be spread
on the records of the church, that a copy be
furnished the Miereavod husband, and that
they be published In the city papers.
Owi.no to tho hard times and tho in
ability of many of tho siuToring to vial
tho National Bubqical Inhtitutk at
Indianapolis, Indiana, threo of tho Sur
coons of tho Institute liavo violdod to
urgont solicitations, and will visit Cairo,
,topplng at the Bt. Charlos hotol, Tuosday
and Wednesday, March tilth and 25th,
1871, with all kinds of surgical appar'
tmand appliances, and fully proparcd to
troat such eases as may call upon thorn
for roliof, thus saving tho pationt a long
journoy to tho Homo Institution, Tboy
will como ospoclally prepared to treat nil
Surcical cases: Paralysis; all kinds of
doformitios of tho Faco, Bpino, and limbs
Disoasod Joints; Dlsonsed Eyes; Catarrh
Privato Disoasoa; Piles; Fistula, &c. No
cases will bo undertaken without a fair
bopo sf roliof. Prices will bo inodorado,
It is nocdlesi to say that this Institution
is ontiroly responsible, and tho largest nnd
most popular of tho kind In Araorloa,
curing thousands of casos annually. Como
tho Hrstdav, if possiblo, as a great crowd
will bo thoro. Rkmkmiiuh tuk timk and
1-i.ace. Bond totholnstltutoforaclrctv
sr, 220-3-12-ood-Ot w-lt
Fon Sai.k-',000 in city scrip. For
ealo in quantities to suit tho purchaser
Apply to H. T. Gkuoumj,
Tile eountycrturtJuilgo K, ro presld
'"Vim dlfi)oeil,or UloffblloTvIiig l'Jisit'5t
Wm. Hickman v. 'iipcr Horner and do
.sepll lloflier. Cause dismissed at pl.ilii(JH '
ensti ( lilllopher.l..CIaik ; Matthew lliirin.
Assumpsit, ilainages KuMX. The death of
the defendant being suggested, a motion to
inaki! tho executor ofthe estate parly d
fciidaiit In the cause was entered, and sus
tained by the court, and a summon Issued
commanding said executor to answer nt the
next term or court, the eae being continued
to that time.
Christopher It. Claik, vs. Matthew liiim.
Assumpsit, damages 8400 HO. ,8amn order
ai In the case above cited, ' '4
Geo. 11. Creamer vs. Harry Walker."' As
sumpslt, damages ?3."K),oo. Plalntlri appear
ed by his counsel, Green ti Gilbert, but the
lerclidant being called made default. :mdtb
court entered Judgment accordingly. The
elerk was Instructed to assess the damage.,
Which were lived at $200 00.
Tlie case of the people vs. Phillip lllown,
eliargeinjault to do bodily Injury, was call
ed,alidby nsriement continued to next term
liTne people etc., vs. Kobert Levy; recognl
zauce to keep the peace, Cae continued to
Tho people vs. John Mitchell; asfault to do
boJIly Injury. Nolle pro'cqtll entered by
1'ho people vs. John I.'. Park, liecognl-
zinco to keep the peace. Park appeared In
court and on hi. own motion tbe case was1
continued to next term.
Tho term of Imprisonment ol lluek Wil
liams, convicted at the last term ol court,
having expired, it was order by the couit
that he be discharged.
Eitate of John II. Dennett. Ihe petition
md lioud of John U. liobinioii for letters or
:idmliiistratloii in said cstato taken by the
clerk In vocation, were approved and the
clerk's action eontirmed.
Estate of Daniel M. Jone. deceased. Pe
tition and both' of ileliuda Join s in said
tatc,taken by the clerk In vocation, were ap
pioved and tho clerk's action'contirincd.
Estate ofJohu D. De Vltt,ilcceascd ; bond
of Charles T. King as administrator of said
state wa approved, and letters ordered to
Issue ; and Leonard A. Norri", Edmund
Oailty and MoesMlnton were appointed ap
praNcrsof said c-tate.
K-tate of, Mathew Uurn-, deceased. Last
will nnd testament of ald dcceaed prolialed,
and on petition of Peter Smith letters testa
mentary were is.ucd to him; nnd Klchard
Kltgerald, Micheal Howley and Wm. Calla
han appointed appraisers of -aid estate. Ap
pr.ilsment bill returned and approved by thet
court. , 1
H-inte of John fl. Ilciinett, ncccVcd ; Al-
Ircd Conunlngs, John II. GosMiianaud Win.
AJba, were appoiutnl appraisers of said es
Estate of Daniel N.Jones, deceased. John
Antrim, II. 1". Putnam and Herman Mejers
were appointed appraisers of ald estate.
Guardianship of Eugenie Ughtner, heiro'
Lev I L. Llghtncr, 'deceased : . llnal report of
uardlau presented ami approved. 11
Price Current Oitice.I
Thursday Evo., March 10, 1874.
Tho weather since our last l cporl nan lioen
very changeable and uncertain. The ther
mometer yesterday and day before run up
Into tbe seventies, and we have been visited
by fomo very heavy wind and rain storms,
accompanied by thunder and lightning of
the scverctt .and most "numerous'' klud.
lo-uay is com nut it. is still ciouuy wun small
prospect of a clear up soon. The atmos
phere I- heavy aneT depressing and it may
r may not bo this that has so effectually de
pressed the market; we think not, but as
cribe It to the fact that orders for grain nnd
Hour have fallen off to almost nothing there
is no shipping demand, receipts have been
up to the usual amount, and stocks arc lie-
emulating. Prison are well sustained ill ev-
rythlng except oats; they are weak and
quiet to.day, closing nt 17c In bulk, and Me
The season lor roll lmtter in this market Is
over tho weather Is growing too warm for
it and buyers are inrilring for cholcfl solid
packed. The river continues to fall slowly,
Rates are lower to some points but unchang
ed to New Orlcan
J37"Correspondciits should bear in mind
that our quotations represent prices for
round lots from Hist hand-, unles otherwise
stated, and that in tilling small order-, high-
prices must be paid.jnpj
KLOri! Heavy and dull, There aro very
few orders coming In and trade Is almost at
tand still. Our report of sales Is very
meager to-day, but includes about all the
transactions of the last threo days, and eon
Ists of ;!00 bid- various grades, .( '.0(5$ cut;
200 bbls various grades, In lots, ii OOfjO 00;
100 bbls XX fi 70.
HAY Plenty of all kind- In market and
very dull, n few ears of choice uro taken to
till order., but the requirements of the trade
aro very' small. We note sales of il ears mix
ed del 13II CO; 2 cars choice del 1(1 00.
CORN Unchanged ami very quiet. Or-
lers arc small and few and theru nre no buy
ers on speculation. Wo nolo sale oi iuu
sacks soft new (l.'ie ; 2 cars choice mixed in
sacks del liSa ; 1 car choice white In sacks
OATS The market is well supplied nnd
price- are weak and lower, closing to-day at
17 lu bulk and ouo in sacks, iiieru is no
shipping demand at nil and tho order trade
Is very light. Sales were 2 ears choice mixed
lu bulk on track 4"e ; 0 ears cholco mixed in
lacks del Me ; I car do sold early Sic.
CORN MEAL Tho market Is linn and mi-
chaiiged,'.bul very quiet. Sales weiu ;00 bbls
steam dried del 3 30.
BRAN Scarco and firm, selling In round
lots to-day at 17 00 delivered.
11UTTER Tho season for roll butter in
tills market is over or noarly so, the euqulr
ry Is generally for cholco solid packed. The
supply on the market s very limited and
prices hold steady nnd Ann, choice dairy
packed lu some cases selling as high as 10c,
but 33c Is tho ruling figure. Wo notn sales
of 800 lbs choice Southern Illinois roll, SOe;
600 lbs cholco northern packed, 30c; 300 lbs
choice northern roll, 35c.
EGGS Plenty and quiet. Sales were 1,000
do-sen 121c; 600 dozen 13c.
CHICKEN'S Tho demand la fair; supply
limited and prlcis unchanged, Sales were
coops mixed, '1 &03 00; a coops choice,
no In 3 ISO: ft coons choice liens. 11 2A(&I 50.
TURKEYS There were none in market
to-day and very llttlo inquiry, quoted at 90
13 00 per dozen.
PROVISIONS Tho market is Una but
transactions aro small and stocks light. We
note sales: of 1 cask O. It. slues, d, s. Sl
POTATOES Unchanged, Wo note sales
f0 bbls poach Ii1owh3(i:I 2ft. .
APPLES Verv llilh, ilolinr. Southern
Illinois uro quoted 45 ou; uud Northcni
iUu vv. ao cuoice sppits in mniivci.
and dcplurcs lor tho 21 hours cndlnt; at C
u. in. last evening ;
Slenmor P l Oracoy, Oolumbus
" Arkansas llelle, Evausvlllo
" Pat Itogers, Memphis
" Gov. Allen, St. Louis
" II. A, llabbage, Follth
" 1 Jlmlisk, Paducah
" Thomas W. Mcaus, SI. Louis
" Grand Tower, St. Louis
" City of Helena, Vlcksburg
" Charles llrown, Pittsburg
" Pat Chburne, Evausvlllo
'DKrAnTKll'lf - ,
Htoamor P PGracoy, Cofumbus.
Arkansas Uolle, Evausvlllo
" Pat Rogers, Cincinnati
" Gov. AIN n, Pittsburg
" It. A.llabhago. St Louis
" .11 in risk, Paducah
" Thomas W. Mean., Ashland,
" Graiicl Tower, .NIemphls
" City nl Helena, St. Louis
' I'.it clohurne, Evausvllle
The lal! In tho Ohio river yiMterday Was
only two luetic. 'I be Mlsdislppl Is still de
clining slowly, but there Is plenty ol water
to St. Louis;
There (Vbsn slight Improvement, in busi
Tho weather was pleasant though slightly
rohler than tor seeral days previous.
The I!. A. llabbage left for St. Louis at
about four o'clock yesicrda) afternoon, tow
ing several barges The CalrJ and L'v-
nnsvllle packet, Arkansas llelle, brought out
a pretty r.ilr trip iho Pat Itogeiv had
111 bales of cotton for the Ohio river
'Ihe Governor Allen lift with a low
of iron ore for Pittsburg ihe Thomas
W. .Means has three barges, containing 1,200
tons of iron ore, lor Ashland The
Pat Cleburne arrived at II o'clock last night
with a talr trip from Evnnsville ilic
Great Republic Is expected out from St.
Louis to-day. She will probably stav here
but a little while.
Fori oa5 and eleam fitting go to Ron
nlo's Vulcan iron works, Commercial
avenue, foot of Ninth street 0-10-tf
Fok Sam: on KxciiAynr. A Form
noar Villa Ridgo good homo and young
orchard. Innuiro at this ollico or address
i T. il. Farrin,
Oirl Wanted Ono who Is n good
cook, alto good washer and ironcr. In
qulro cn Thirteenth street, or tho etoro cf
Stratton ic Bird. Wm. Stuatton.
Attention Fauvers. Wo havo a
small lot of tho Urie movenblo point
Btoel plows, which wo aro now offering at
cost to cloio them out.
IiEERWART, OltTH & Co,
lni f I 13df CommeiciaiTavenuo.
i i -m . . r " - P
Mrs. Rumholi) Is prepared to iileacii
and riiEs hats and bonnets in tho most
approved stylo, and in n manner to givo
entire satisfaction. Call at her residence
on I'iftoonth streot between Wnlnnt and
CVlar. WC .'J-lo-tf
For. Rent. Tho brick houso situated
rornor Third street and Commercial nvo-
nuo. Tho bouto bus bcon put in good re
pair throughout and is well arranged for
a hotel or boardiug houfo, also rooms to
ronton Third street. Inquiro of Wm.
Meliale, No. 5, Winter's block.
Notiok Is Hereby given that I will pay
no bills for good sold to any of tho cm
ployos of Tau Cairo Huluitin, either
or thomeolvcs or for tho ufo of tho olllee
unloto tho came tire furnished on an order
Ignod by Mr. Hurnett or myself.
12-'20-ly John U. Oiibrlt,
Go to C. W. Henderson's, 190 Com
roercial Avenue, for the eelobrated "Char
ter OaV," "May Flower," or other cookiog
stoves, tin and hollow ware, water coolors
bath tub?, etc., otc. If you want tho best
wood stoves, buy tho "Chartor Oak" ; tho
best coal stovo, buy tho "May Flower''
Milk Wauon. I will commenco run
ning u milk WBgon on Monday morning
February 1 will continuo it all sum
mer, and respectfully solicit your patron
ago. Milk will bo dolivorcd to any ono
in tho city, daily'-morning and ovenng.
Orders may bo givon to tho .driver of '.ho
wagon or loft nt my ieo stand, No 81 Olio
leveo. Georoe Yocum.
Tnn barber shop is o kho cornor t
Eighth street and Commercial avenue
whero J. Qoorgo Sttonhotiso with bla gen.
tlomanly assistants can bo'found 'nt"nny
hour of tho day or night, roadv to eootho
your feollogs with a smooth shave, or ciol
your torapor nnd head with a good shan
poo. It is a first-class shop, and you nrs
euro of receiving first-class treatment
Ladies' and children's hair cut or curled
after tho most approved fctytos. 8-lB-tf
Wm. Khlors wishes to Inform tho pub
lic that ho has Just received u largo stock
of imported Fronch calf and .Morocco
Leather from Adolph Nickol, of Cincin
nati, direct importers, and ho can thore
foro warrant all his work to bo of not only
tho host manufacture, but of the vory
best material, Any ono who dcMros lino
Roots, Shoes or Unltors will 11 ml it to
their intoroit to call on Mr. Khlora at his
shop, L'OtVi street, and examino his stock
andetylca boforo ordorng elspwhoro.
-ivn a-i-i m
Wi; havo something now in tho way of
half-shcot postors, which wo think aro
juBt tho thing for tho spring trndo. They
consist of six dlflorent designs, lltlio-
graphod, with mortises and margins fur
printing.' Two 61 tho cuts nro suitable
lor nny business ; tho othor four for boots
and shoos, photographers, druggists and
dry goods. Wo havo but ono liundrod of
oach cut, nnd will furnish thorn printed nt
Cincinnati prices. Wo havo also soino
fanoy cards. Tho "Inngungo of ilowors,'
ton designs j "Uoquot," twolvo designs;
Opora," four designs and '"Coiulo" cards
twenty-four designs which wo furnish
printod nt $10 to ,?lt! Jper M, Cincinnati
prlcoa. Who wants thorn? Don't all
eneak at onco. l03.2-l.0-3t
Extends .1 cordi.'il invitation
to all those wiio wish to save
their money and get "value
received" for what they do
spend, to his large stock of
Fine Clothing, bought lately
at prices unknown to "countrv
dealers" Hnvinira resident
partner in New York a
gentleman of long experience
and a ni03t extensive acquain
tance among Metropolitan
Clothiers, gives us advantages
for buying at the lowest notch.
A "country dealer" (such thev
call them in New York), goes
to market with the right idea,
goods lower than last year,
but he is unacquainted with
those whose "hoe ninches"
badly; and of course has to
pay "tho same old price.
Then there arc a sreat manv
who go to St. Louis, Chicago
and Cincinnati to buy their
ROOMS FOR RENT.
Two very pleasant rooms at Winter's
gallery, sultablo for offico or for parlor
and bed room, aro for rent, cheap. . In
quire at tho gallory of
253-3-'20-6t Wm. Winter.
FOR BALE. 1
Second-hand clothing, watches, jewelry. !
pistols, kc, bought and sold. Also n lot
Drusoh' carpet, furniture, Us., for salo.
Upposlto Cairo and Vlnconnoa railroad
depot. 168 2-27-tf M. Covnb I
Tr.N linunds of. brown suear for II; 8
pounds best coll'eo sugar at $1; - pounds '
cifol-M.aa Initial ot ?l JO nontd for bird;
Imperial tea nt $1; potatoes .10 rents per '
pock; 3 lbs coffeofl, upplns 40 cents, at
Wiltox's Illock. 107 ''-l-lra j
Kaloon-keepors and fill others aro here-
by notiUed to soil no moro-liquor of any 1
kind to my husband, .loo Sulor, or thoy ,
will bo prosecuted to tho full oxtont of
tho liquor law. Adki.ia Buter.
Two Uattoriea of two Rollers, each '2i
feet long, -2 inch Drum, 2 1 1 inch Flues i
with lire fronts. Mud and Steam drutnn I
Safety and Mud valvos, Chimney and I
Rritchin, all comploto and in tlrst-cluss I
ordor; been used only threo months. For '
price, etc., inquiro of J, T. Rknnik,
u-2:-ti. vuiean iron works,
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
Lot No. 2 in block 17, first addition
with a two-story framo houso fronting on
Commercial avonun, nnd threo lots (38,
30 and 40), samo block, fronting on Bov- j
ontoonth street, aro otlorcd for salo nt a
bargain. Apply on tho promUos, cornor
Sovontoonth and Commercial avonuo.
lCC-2-'-'0-lm P. M. Warp
I will sell my ontiro stock of tho best
of Roof, Pork, Veal, Mutton, Poultry,
Rutter, F-ces, Lard, Irish Potatoes, Svvoet
Potatoos, Apples, Flour, Meal, Spitted
Roof, and tho best of Cornod Reof. Tho
salo will rommonco at & o'clock in tho
morning and continuo until nino at night
each day for nino months, Sundays ex
cepted. I havo also 180 acres of tho bost
of cotton land s.U o eAchnugo for Cairo
property. I also want soveral good agonts
to soli fruit troos. All of tho nbovo will
bo oxplainod by calling on S. lMtorion,
earner of Ninth and Walnut streets,
thoro is tho plaeo tho salo of tho moat and
vegetables will bo mado. 92 1-31-lm.
Cairo, 111., .Jan. 3i, hti.
Mr, J. Uurger has returned from tho
KuBt, whero ho hai bcon purchasing nn
Immonso stock of dry goods tor thu t-pring
and summer trade. Mr. Rurgor has bcon
In tho dry goods business In Cairo for tho
last ton years, nnd during that timo has
mado himsolf thoroughly acquainted with
tho requirements of tho people, as well as
tho mysteries of his business, tho most im
portant part of which is buying wlion tho
nmrkot shows tho most ndvnuUgoous bnr
gains, in order to sell vory closely, thus
giving his customers ovory advnntngo of
his closo study and knovvlodgo of tho dry
Largo Involcos of hit now goods are
already arriving still lnrgor ones aro on
the road ; and ho extends n general invi
tation to all his friends to call and exam
ino his stock, as ho takes a great dcul of
pleasuro in ubowlng soods, whothor ealos
are mado or not. 251 a-'JO-tf
Tub i.AiuiEST (stock of bird cugps, tol
lctsoU, water coolers, bath tubs, and a
Conors! stock of llnvvaro storos over of
fered lu Onlro tuny bo found, cheaper than
tho choapost, at O. W. Hondorson'a, No.
190 Commercial avonuo. 238 3-ll-lm.
PHIL. H. SAUP,
aml .Manufacturer ol'
102 Commercial Ave.
tcSOrders from Abroad Promptly Attended to:
(Lato I'ropriclcr of
Has licconio Superintendent ol the
CORKER SIXTH STREET AND OIIIO LEVEE.
Air. Walker having taken chargo of. this old and well-known houso, will at
onco givo if a thorough renovating, and put it in first-elans order for tho recep
tion guests. Mr. Walker will welcome hit- old customers to the new houso, a-
will always ho jrlad to kco them. ,
V ivst-class Day Board 820. por M-jnth.
HAMY WALKER, Supt.
lloot mid Hhoo maker, Tvvcn h htroot, bo
tweeu Washington avonuo and Poplar
dtioet.is prepared to make boots mm shoes
lu tho latest and most fashionable stylos.
Ho will make thorn to ordor, old or now
styles to suit customers, out ot tho hi; .and
trc'licst stoeU, of which ho always Iiuh a
good supply on hand Irom which to make
selections. All fitting ot boots and shoes
mado by Mr. Ehters Is done In his own hop
-no forclKii iltUiia holm; u&od by him.
Qlvo him a call, and ho will givo. you satis-
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE
llnimvrelinf forvnilliL' 111011 from UlO 6t
feetsot errors and ubuses in early life. Man
hood rostored. Impediments to marrlago
removeil. Nevvmothodof troatniont. New
and romarknbltr remedies. Rooks and clr
iiilars sent free, in tooled envelopes. Ad
dress, Howard Association, No. 3 South
Ninth stroct, Philadelphia, Pa. an instiW.
lion having a hlU reputatlou for honorable
onduct and urcieiMOtiai sxm. uv-a u.vwjjb
stock, which is small for
spring, and pay two profltB,for
tho mnnufacturora in Ihoee
places bought their piecd
goods for spring aalo last fall,
not getting tho benefit of Jay
Cooke's troubles. Mr. Farri
baker pays his solo attention
to buying; and being well ac
quainted knows where bar
gains are to be found. Of
course every merchant will
tell you ''ho buyes the cheap
est," but in business as in life,
'judgo.'i nuxn by the company
h keeps." Farn baker tho
( lothier asks for nothing un
less you think he deserves it.
Pcoplo have not tho least
idea how goods havo fallcn,uu
til, the examino a stock bought
lately at "bottom prices."
A small quantity of our
spring stock lias already ar
rived. - 1
Nicliolna Hotel) , f'
'TNE MILLINERY GOODS
F"sII Bl'BlNa UTTIJI, ,
(Formerly Mrs. b.-.n,ierit) .
announces that sho has lust! ope,,i . .MA
assortment ot tho - .
NEWEST,, i ,
MOST FASinONABLK, '
Millinery Hoods to be foona u wvmvkit
Sho will keep on nana '
Hats, Ronnk.u, FtowM, Rxbbo,
Uiiesh Triuuikos or AtLKlltM,
Laiiiks Fubnisiiino Ooods, NoTioiri,
COLLAKS, UnDSHI.1V1, BtTTTt, : i
And all goods found tnTOllrlBery Mem tn '
ol which will bo disposed ol at tha towed
cash rrlces. Mrs. Jackson respectfully
asks a continuation of the paUooage wWeB
'has beon so llbeially besteowed upm her ty
tlie ladies of Cairo and the vicinity.
ItESIDKECK No. 31, Thlrte i;ljiMt
betwstn Wasblngton ."laJJiW?iiU.
,Uoot. Olllee IW comwerolal w,ra