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LOCAL WEATHIR REPORT,
Cbbrvr'b)kkick, Cairo. Ills
I, .Match VI), 1U:11 11,111.. IUH.
Tbeisnonietcr, f1 decrees.
Wind N. K. Velocity miles per Uaur.
Maxluuaa temperature lor iMt 24 bouis,
MlntSBttsi temperature lorlbelat94 hours,
fMTalNsg wind for Uit 21 hours, N. I.'.
Total number ot miles traveled by wind
lurlog last 24 hours, 2J0.
Observer Signal .Service, U. a. A.
.LL1NOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD.
IIUlNrt LKAVK CAIRO.
Bail at 2:30 a.u Dally.
Cspreasat :i.00 p.m.,
rlhtat 4:00 a.m.. .cvient Niimluv
'might at ...MM a.tt
'Might at , . 1:00 i.ui. .
AIHllVK A1 CAIRO.
dall at 2:10 a.m., .Dally
Cxpretaat, p.sn.,....exitpt Sunday
''reightat. .. .11:10 a.m. except Monday
'Yelgbt at .7:10 p m., cxrept Sunday
i"ralirht at 10.03 ii.ni
16S-2-17-tf. IAMKB.I0II.NH0N. AKCnt.
CAIRO AND V1NCKNNE8
vukuett or rim:
On and alter Suiidar. February 1074.
rains wUl run aa follow a :
rnim A.M. .i:(j: A.M.
itound City, c r.:22
I'leiiiu, leave i;:t:i
larriaburK, leave .... S:lli
lorrla City, leave ti:i:.
:anni, arrive uu't
'anal, leav 10:00
IrayvUlf, leave 10:1"
louiaCarmel. leave 1 1:22
'liicDnei, leave 12:20 I'.m.
.1M. Junction, arrlve.l'.!:.-.:. "
"). ft M. Junction, leave. 7:15 a.m.
I'lucennpH, loae 7rii "
tluuut C'annrI, leave.... HfKl "
inrrlWr, let H:1H
aniu, arnc..., ....
10.-fK) 1I:.H) '
..10:44 " 7:1M '
.. 11:4.1 " U:I0 '
.. 1:17 i-.M. 1-J:I.M.M.
.. 'J:42 ' 8:10 "
.. U:t " .1:10 "
V tenna, leave
MOUVD OITT ACCOMMOPATIOK.
uttT Cairo at 11 -JO a.m. and M:
i cave Mound City atl2U)&p.iii. andCMOp.iu.
Freight train atnp over nlulit at Camil;
n ironi iiier.. n imvi'ii ir:iiii. ii.nviiiL .11
t:X a.m.; leaving VIiummiik- at 7 p.m. tin;
fiine evening for return trip.
At Cairo with tin: Ml"lllll Central.
Ilnblle anp Ohio, for all point mjiiI; Cairo,
ArkinciH unit Te.va-, for all polnti In Arkan
lai and Texan.
At Vlncen&oa: Indlauapoluand lncenoea
railway torlndlanapoliaandallpolnta north,
lit and went: with Kranavllle and Craw.
t-irdavluc railway for evaimvillc.Tcrra Haute
llanviUc, Chicago and all point north, cast I
and west: with Ohio emf Mlseustppl rail-
WaT for 8t. Louli. LouUvlllc. Cincinnati and
all tiotnta eaat and west
At Norrla City crtiln' tho .Sprlnjjllcld
and Illlioia .Soutbeaktern railway.
It. W. i-AlMra, Uen'l Hup'U
K. P. TTilmh. Gen'l Paisencor. Act.
CAIltO, ARKANSAS AND TKXAS
AND CAIItO AND FUL
The shortest and only direct routo Irom
Cairo to Jaeluonport, Little Hock, Hot
ttprlngs, Fulton, and all points In Arkansas
and the Southwest, and (lalvcaton, Houston,
Dallas, Austin and all points In Texan
TWKLVK UOUHS IN ADVANCK OK
Through ttckcU, through bills of lading,
and Infonuation aa to freight ratca, pas
senger tare, connection!, etc., can lie ob
tained at the company' mtlce In Winter's
Mack, corner of Seventh street and Com
Ilavks will call at private realdences uud
hotels for paMengem, when orders are lull
Elegant Pullman palaco sleepiui; cars on
all night trains.
Trains run dally, (Sundays exreptud)fiotn
the Catro Office as follows :
Leave Ureenfleld' ...l):3J a in and 4:0'ip.ra,
Aratve at Greenfield's,. U:17 a m and:8H p.m,
KXPREBS HUNS DAILY
Leave Greenfield's 200:p. m,
.Arrive at Ureenneiun imuiliu,
1). Axtll. Chief Knitlneer.
ivu fi. P. Dni'fii.AH. hclnir determined te
cxeell In evcrv Dental operation, hasre-
n..,l mill refurnished bin Dental Parlors, No.
7. Eighth street, and Is now receiving from
H. H. White Jolmion. or Philadelphia,
aeml-weekjy, tho largei-t and finc-t asort
nu.iil nf Dental Onoilil ever olleli'd III tliln
Jtclty, and as good " ca le found In the
BEAUTIFUL GOLD FILLINGS
Mr, J- naiierl.illtr.iiot nnvof the soil. mUera
hlfl, spungy work that dropi out. leaving
left II CUl, illl'Uf uiieoiuieu, mm inun iir
Perfect Oolden flem put In an solid and
w durahlo as the nmelti-U metal iiseu,
Special attention, given lo tho treatment ol
riiililren's Teeth. Parents hy having their
Chllrcn'H Tcctlt cxamincii occasional y,
would nave them mucu suiiering ami uc
...nliv In after venm.
Dr. Douglas nwo glvcsPartlcular attention
to Mcclianlcal Dentistry, having secured tho
TUrhtti iiso im. HYAli 'S PATENT (IOLI)
1 UUUHElt COMHINATION PLATE,
.'..l.ltt lima lionti ilinrnil irlilv tested anil nil-
proved by the heat Dcnthtu In tho East, and
teyond a doubt, tuo best and linnesi arwi
..t..l nlnnrtW Itl-lfHn.
l eeiii exiraeieti jnium i.iiii ui
of Nitrous Oxldo Oaf, which Ih perfectly safe
O. K. DOUGI.AH.
BEMIB, BRO., k CO.,
BAG MAIN UFAUrU tt.Ul.tO
AaiNTB Horn Cotton Mills
NO. 80 vvio Lsree , Cairo, His.
T H E BULLETIN.
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
TO HF.CMIK TlIK INSKHTION (IP AX AN'
NdllNCKMKN T IM TlIK UUI.M.IN Til I'. I'tlll.l'
OATIII.N FKK .MUST, UK I'AIH WIIKN T f t R
ANNOU.Nl'KVI V.H T l IIANIIKIl IN. TlIlN lit IT.
wiu. iik tuition. v AitiikiiKit ru. ciiv
omcKH$&; waiiii okhu'.ri, t-'.
Wr am authotlcil to nuiuitiiirc Mlihacl
.1, 1 low ley si a candidate, fur re-election In
I lie filllcf of C'lly Clerk, at tin- nppro k lilnjr
h'MTOR Ht'LI.F.II.V : Ynll Will plcae all
nollliec that I mil a i'.'iinlli1ai' Inr tin- nlllcc
ill c ity rh i k . 'it the i nviiliif; chatter election,
22'i-'M2-til W. K. II WVKINH.
Kilt ("II V 'lltlJAhl'KKIt;
Mil. Kniioit: Hy rniii"-l nfu ininil.fi- of
iltleii. plcai-i' announce my name a' a i an-
ll.tate for tlm olllcc of City Tiea-Hlcr at lln'
cimiIiij' cliaitci i ll ) Hon,
WlH III I IKNIIill'HK.
1 1 lit i irv ,rniiNi:v.
We arc titithoilc to .'iiinniiiicelh.it II.
WaMm Webb U a candld-ite for Icclcilliiii
to the olllec iifcl!) allornf j at the I li-llllix
HOKIUL ITEMS. "
Who wanU n 1'arker gun ' Come
and ae ui.
I'robatv court is itlll In aei, Ion, hut
will probaUy adjourn ta-Jay.
J. II. l'hillia A Son havnon coDilgn.
mnnl n largo lot of Hoo Hewing tnacbinci
which they oll'ar at panic pric&f.
-CApt. McKinny of tho TrKiiifur
Stoainor U.S. McComb ia happy. It it a
girl and wolijln eleven poutida.
Soo City Clerk Howlcy'a notice of I
election undar the hod of "now advor
tiaementi'' In tbii morning'! llui.l.K-
-Tba work of driving pitei along the
illnouri ahoro of tbo illninlppl river op.
poalto Mr. Bird'a rniidenco, hai been com
menced and Ii being putbed forward at
rapidly ai poiaibln.
l'rominent among tbo arrivala at the
tit. Cbarloi botul yeiterday were W W
llarrit, St. Louia; John II ConnitT, K 0
Hancock, and .lobn Kirby, New Urleani;
N W Bergland, and 1) K Keller, Cin-
Elder W. J. (irant, who wai in the
city several daya, and aniitcd IUv. Mr
Waller to conduct the meetinga at the
Method lit church, left yeaterday forCboi-
ter where ho will preside at tbo quarterly
Cbarloi Mooly and Maggie Boiton,
both colored, wero at tbo ball at ficott'a on
..,,,.,.., , ,
Thursday night. Tbey had a quarrel, and
Uharlni wallonwl Mat-ole nv.r thn hd
with a billiard cuo, breaking it (tbo cue)
into many plocei. Ofllcer Sheehan ar
rested Charles, and Judge Dross fined biiu
fire dollars and costs tor breaking the
-Win. Eblers wishes to inform tbo pub-
lie that he has luit recoivod a laree stock
of imported French calf and Morocco
Lcalher from AdolDh h'lckel. of Cincin-
natl. direct imnorlnri. and hn rm.n tWn.
-j sr - i -
fore warrant all his work to be of not only
tbo best manufacturo, hut of tho very
beat material. Any ono who desires lino
Hoots, Shoos or (Jailors will Und it to
their intereit to call on Mr. Etilura at his
shop, '-'Olli street, and examine bis stock
and styles before ordering elsewhere.
It la a pretty well settled fact that the
hardest part of last Wednesday morning's
storm did not strike Cairo. We aro forced
to this conclusion by the fact that about
half a mile below lllrd'a Point there la to
be aoen overy uvidenco of a most torntlc
and destructive hurricane In a strip of
country probably not uioro than two bun
dred yards lu width, mammoth treee were
torn up by tho roots, the tops of others
torn oil', and in many cases trees two und
three feet through were wrenched und
broken ot)', some only four or five feet and
others ua much aa ten feet from the
ground. In that locality the hurricane
seems to have como Irom duo south and
pansod in a northerly direction, leaving
traces of its rourae on both sides of tho
Coal shipped to the Cull o City Coal
Company has of late come out as much as
two, two and a-half and three tons short
t thecar. For sometime tho company
was unable to aHcertain what became of
their ooul, w bother it was lost or stolon,
but recent devoloptnenta have, proven it
to be tbo latler. It seems that when coal
trains stop at Makanda, Jackson county,
parties there, principally boys, bavo been
n tho habit of bolping themselvos,
These coal thieves invariably pick out tho
largest chunks and throw tbem nil' tbo
cars, and after tho train pastes on, pick
up tho coal and tell It to perons living in
Makanda. Somo of the parties implies,
ted in the robbery of cars aro known, and
wo understand tho coal company is about
to tako such steps as will put a stop to tbo
netarious business and punish the thlovos
It is said that somo of tbo boys aro of
highly reipestablo parentage. The uta
tion agent at Makanda was written to
with rcferonco to tho matter, but ho soema
to think it of too small tonsequenco to
pay much attention to it. lie will proba
bly wish ho had bofore the matter is final
Mr. J. Uurgor has returned from tbo
East, whoro ho has boon purchasing an
Immonio stock of dry goods tor tbo spring
and summer trade. Mr. Uurgor has been
I jn tjj8 d,y K00d butlnost in Cairo for the
last ten years, and during that time has
made himself thoroughly acquainted with
tbo requirements of the peoplo, as well as
tbe mystories of bit business, tbo moit im
portant Part of which is buylne when tho
market shows the most advantagoous bar
gains, in order to soli Tory closely, thus
giving bis customers overy advantage of
his closo study and knowledge of tbe dry
Large Invoice! of bis new goods are
already arriving still larger ones are on
the road j and he extends a general invl-1
THE 0A1K0 DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, MARCH L1, 1874.
tetton to all bit friend a to call and exam
ln hUstoek, ai he takee a groat deal of
pleaaure (a ibowtog jjbodi, wfcitBer aalei
are made or not. V.61 :i.V.0-tf
Hy invitation of Catro Commandery
ot Knight. Templar, tbolr brethren of
CVmuiatidery No. 11 or i'aducab, Ken
ttieky, paid them a vlilt laat night. Tba
I'aducah b'ir Kulhti, beaded by a bund of
uiuiic, arrived by the iteatner Idlewlld
ytnterday afternoon, and wero met at the
wharf by air Knlghta llarclay, Dunning,
and one or two otherf, who were appoint
ed a roinuiltloe for that purpose, who i
cortod them to tbo lit. Charles hotel,
where they wero provided with tba beat
the hotel affords. Tho following aro the
names of the visiting Knights :
Tboa. K. Moil, II. C ,
V A .MtCutclion, (lenoralliilmo;
.lamoa Laurie, 0 0,
Kov 0 (J Chapman, Prelate,
J H K.oll,
L W Emery,
1) O Wilcoi,
(1 W Alhlochlaeer,
W A Auguctoi,
At eight o'clock laat evening, the viait
lug Sir Knibta formod in lino, und bead
ed by the hand which accompanied them,
marched to Maaonic Hall where they were
to meet in aoloinn conclave with their
brethren of the order in tliii city. After
tho transaction of the buiioiss of tho Com
mandery, the party returned to the .St.
Cbarloi hotel, and ahorlly aftor the Padu-
cah Sir Knlghti repaired to the steimer
Fiik, which by agreement laid here tov-
oral houraover her rogular time in order
to take them back botno.
Owi.no to the bard times and tho in
ability of many of the sulfering to visl-
the National Subuicai. Institute at
Indianapolis, Indiana, three of tbo Sur
geon! of the Imtitute have yielded to
urgent solicitations, and will visit Cairo,
stopping at the St. Charles hotel, Tuesday
and Wodneiday, March 'J 4th and 25th.
1874, with all kinds of surgical appara
tus and appliances, and fully prepared to
treat such cases as may call upon them
ht relief, thus saving the patient a long
journey to the Home Institution. Tbey
will como especially prepared to treat all
Surgical cases; Paralysis; all kinds of
deformities of tbo Face, Spino, and limbs;
Diseased Joints; Diseased Eyes; Catarrh;
Private Diseases; Piles; Fistula, ice. No
casea will bo undertaken without a fair
bopo sf relief. Prices will be moderade.
It is needless to say that this Institution
it entirely responsible, and the largest and
most popular of tho kind in America,
mo" JP' ' , ... Z."
tur,BB au. ce .uauauy. tome
tbo first day, If poialblo, as a great crowd
will bo there. Kkmkmiieb the timx ami
I'lace. Send to the Inititato for a circu
lar. a'2C3.12.eod-5t w-lt
Wk bavo aomctblng new In the way of
half-sheet posters, which wo think are
J"" o tning lor mo spring traao. iney
otl,i,t of lix tent designs, litho-
g'apnea, wnn moruies anu margins lor
printing. Two 01 tUO CUU are SUIlaDIO
ot tbo cut are
lor any buiineis ; tho othor four for boots
and shoos, photographer?, druggists and
dry goods. Wo havo but one hundred of
each cut, and will furnish them printed at
Cincinnati prices. We have also somo
fancy cards. Tbo "language of flowers,'
ten designs; 'Uoiuet," twolvo deaignt;
'Opera," four deaigns and ;"Comic" cards
twenty-four designs which wo furnish
printod at $10 to Jper M, Cincinnati
prices. Who wants them? Don't all
speak at once. lC.I-2-lO-nt
Tub barber shop is uit tho corner ol
Eighth street and Commercial avenue
where J. tiuorgo Stiotihouso with bis gen
tlemanly atslatauts can be found at any
hour of tbo day or night, ready to soothe
your feelings with a smooth shave, or coo
your temper and head with a good sham
poo. It is a first-class shop, and you are
sure of receiving first-class treatment.
Ludios' and children's balr cut or curlod
after tbo most approved styles. 8-16-tf
Milk Waoon. I will commence run-
niug a milk wagon on Monday morning
February 2:!. I will continue it all sum
mer, and respectfully solicit your patron
age. Milk will bo delivered to auy ono
In the city, dally morning and evening.
Ordors may bo given to the .driver of the
wagon or left at my ire stand, No HI Ohio
levee. Giro no k i"oi:ui.
Go to C. W. Ukndkkson'h, 190 Com
mercial Avenue, for the celebrated "Char-
tor Oak," "May Flower," or other cooking
atoyos,tin and hollow ware, water coolers,
bath tn hi1, etc., etc. If you want tho best
wood stoves, buy .the "Charter Oak"; the
host coal stovo, buy the "May Flower."
Notiok is nereby given that I will pay
no bills for goods sold to any of the em
ploye of Tub Oaibo Bulletin, either
or thomsolvoa or for the use of the office
unloso tbo samo aro furnished on an order
ignod by Mr. Burnett or myself.
12-20-ly Jon U. Ohiblt,
For Reht. Tho brick houso sltuatod
corner Third s (root and Commercial ave
nue. Tho boute has been put in good ro
pair throughout and is well arranged for
a hotel or boardine house, alio rooms to
rent on Third streot. Inquiro of Wm
McUalo, No. 0, "Winter's block.
Mua. llUHiioLii Is prepared to iilkacu
and rBEss bats and bonnets in tho moat
approved stylo, and in a mannor to give
entire satisfaction, Call at ber residence
on Fifteonlh street between Watnnt and
Cedar. 230 3-15-tf
AmsxTioM Faumicm.--"Wo have a
small lot of tho Uno moveable point
teel plows, which we are now ottering at
COit to cloi6 tbem out
Bxirwart, Ortii & Co,
180 Comroeiclal avenue,
Fob oas and steam fitting go to Ren
nla'a Vulcan iron works. Commercial
avenue, foot of Ninth street -10-t(
fart i.HU .
and dtpirturrs tor the 24 hours ending at 0
V. ni. last evening:
Steamer F I Uracey, Columbus
" Jaa Fitk, I'aducah
" Allegheny llelle, Pittsburg
" Nail Cltr, Pittsburg
" Hmoky City, Pittsburg
" Commonwealth, Now Oilea&s
" JUIla Shroveport, Ited river
" John Kllgour, New Orleans
" Simpson Horner, New Orleans
" Sam Hoborts, St. Louis
" Idlewlld, Kvanivlllo
" Capitol City, St. Louis
" Uroat Kepubllc, St. Louts
" Mlnneola, Cincinnati.
Steamer F P Uracey, Columbus
" Kisk, I'aducah
" Allegheny Hello, New Orleans
Nail City, St. Louis
" Smoky Oily, New Orleans
" t'ommcnwoitllh, St. Louis
" Hullo Shrevepott, St. I.ojls
" John Kilgour, Cincinnati
" Simpson IJorrnir, Pittsburg
" Sam Hoborts, Si. Louis
11 IdlewllJ, Kvanivlllo
" Capitol City, Viekiburg
11 ( ! rent Hepublic, Now Orleans
" MinneolH, Memphis
TlIK hi V KM.
The Ohio river fell one and a half inches
in tho 24 houri ending it dark last even
ing. Tho Mississippi remains in about
tbo samo condition a) at la.-t report.
Thoro was somo improvement in business
yesterday. The weathor was warm and
Tbe Sam Hoborts caino out from SlJ
Louit with two barges, ono ladon with
ore, the othor with ico Tbo Allegho-
ny Belle had a good trip of freight for tho
South Tho towboat Smoky City
bad a tow of coal ior tbe South Tbo
Mail City went to St. Louis with a tow of
coke The Commonwealth bad a
very slim trip for St. Louis
Tbe Hello Sbrevoport brought
200 baloa cotton for roahipmont oatt, per
tbe Cairo and Vincennes railroad
Tbe John Kllgour had CO boxes cheese,
IS bales moss, 25 brls sand, 21 hogsheads
sugar, and 900 packagos sundries for tho
Ohio river Tho Simpson
Horner bat a tow of empty
bargei for tbe Ohio rtvor
Tho Cairo and Kvtansvil'.o packot. Idle
wild, bad a light trip. She brought down
Commandery No. 11, of Knight Temp
lars of Paducah, who came on a vititto
Cairo Commandery Mo 13 Tho Cap
itol City was moderately laden,
and made slight additions hore
The Cairo and Paducah packet,
Tim Fitk, came in lato with a-big trip
from Paducah. Sbo laid hero soveral
hours over her regular timo in order to
take tbe PaducaU mw.. "i-ucarnodown
on tbe Idlewlld, homo Tho Great
Bepub'.io was well laden, and made some
additions hero Tho Minnoola bad a
light trip for Momphis, and added about
50 ten i here.
A teacher of "First Urado" qualifica
tions wants employment. Address
Tkacukr, Box 820, Cairo, Ills
For Sale $2,000 In city scrip. For
salo in quantities lo nuit tho purchasor
Apply to II. T. Or.KOUi.u,
For Sai.k or Kxciia'oe A Farm
near Villa Hldgo good house and young
orchard. Inquiro at this otlico or address
T. II. Fariun,
244-3-17-tf Ullin, Ills.
Giki. Wantkii Ono who Is a good
cook, also good washor and ironer. In
quire on Thirteenth streot, or the storo o
Btratton & Bird. Wt. Stratton.
2G2 3-20 2t
The LAKQKnT btook of bird cages, toi
lot sets, viator coolers, Lath tubs and
general stock ot tlnvvaro stores evor of
fered in Cairo may ho found, cheaper thun
tho cheapest, at C. W. Handorson's, No,
l!i0 Commercial avonuo. 2.'iS-:i-l4-lm
We have received on consignment
large lot of sewing tiiacbinca in perfect
ordor, which wo will sell at bankrupt
pricos. J. B, Pjiim.ih A: Son.
Txm pounds of brown sugar for $1; 8
pounds best cotl'ee sugar at f 1; 2 pounds
of choice huttor at $1; baking povvdor 4Gc
per lb, Imperial tea at $1; potatoes 30
contt por peck; 3 lbs cotl'eo Jl.at Wilcox's
Block. 107 2.4.1m
tfaloon-keepors and all others aro here
by uotilled to noil no rnoro liquor ot any
kind to my husband, Joo Sutor, or thoy
will be prosecutod to tbe full extent of
tbo liquor law. Aiiki.i.v Sutkh.
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS.
We havo a Parker Brothora Breech
Loading Gun, gun and outfit valued at
one hundred dollars, which wo oiler for
sale for eighty dollars. Tho abovo Is ono
o( their best deoarboni.ed guns with front
action rebounding locks, and fully war
ranted. Enquire for ono week at The
BULLKTIK OmCH. It
Two Battorlos of two Boilors, each 24
feet long, 2 inch Dram, 2 14 inch Flues
with fire fronts. Mud and Stoam drums
Safety and Uud valves, Cbimnoy and
Britcbln, all completo and in first-class
orderf; boon used only three months. Fo?
price, etc., inquire oi j, t. kknhik,
u-iii-ti. vuiiTBDiron vvorns,
REAL ESTATE FOR HALE.
Lot No. 2 in block 17, first addition
with a two-story framo house fronting on
Commercial avenue, and throo lots (38,
39 and 40), samo block, fronting on Sev
enteenth street, are ottered for sale at a
bargain. Apply on tho promises, corner
Seventeenth and Commercial avenue.
lC0.2-20.1m F. M. Wabd.
Extcml.'j a cordiil invitation
to all Hioho who wish to savu
their nionny and got "valno
rcceivou"' for what they do
.spend, to his largo stoi-k of
Finot Clothing, bought, hitely
at prices unknown to'Vountry
dealers," I laving a resident
partner in iVw York a
. 1 I . ( e
gentleman oi long experience
ind a most extensive ncquain-
anco among lMetropohlnn
lothier.s, gives us ad antaces
for buying at the lowest notch.
A "country dealer" (such they
all them in rew lork), iroes
o market, with the right idea,
roods lower than last vear,
nit ho is unncnuninted with
lose whose "shoe pinches"
ladly; and of course has to
my "tho same out price.
Then there are a jrrcat nianv
who co to St. Louis, Chicatro
ind Cincinnati to buy their
KOOMS FOR RENT.
Two very pleasant rooms at "Winter's
gallery, suitable for cfllco or for parlor
and bed room, aro for rent, choap. In
quiro at tho gallery of
253-3-20-Ct Wm. Winter.
FOR SALE. I
Socond-hand clothing, watchor, jowclry, ,
pistols, &c, bought and sold. Also a lot
Brussels' carpot, furniture, Us., for salo.
Upposito Cairo and Vlncennos railroad
depot. 188 2-27-tf M. Coynk
i'unj.io fi v i,k
I will soil myontiro stock of tho best
of Bcof, Pork, Veal, Mutton, Poultry,
Butter, eggs, Lard, Irish Potatoes, Swoot
Potatoes, Apples, Flour, Moal, Spived
Beof, and tho boat of Corned Boof. Tbu
salo will commonco at 5 o'clock in the
morning and continue until mno at night
oach day for nlno months, Sundays ex
cepted. I havo alio 180 acres of tbo host
ol cotton land to soil or exchango for Cairn
property. I alto want soveral good agontu
to sell fruit troos. All of tho abuvo will
bo oi plained by calling on H. Patterson,
earner of Ninth and Walnut streot.", as
thoro is tho ptaco tho Halo of tho meat nnd ,
vcgotablos will ho in ado. 02 l-iil-Im. '
Cairo, Ills., Jan. V. 1871.
NEW A D VERT I ssEM EN I S
ATTKNTION KAli DKAIsKKS.
SPINNING PAPER STOC
114 I'hesliiiitSli cH,
NT. 1.UIIIN. MO..
PAV THE HKHIKST CASH PltMT.S,
7 cts. per lb for Soft Woolen.
3 etc. per lb for Wool Carpet.
1 3-4 cts. per tt for Wool Blankets.
2 1-4 cts. por lb for Old Cloth.
f A I h0 RS' CLIPPINGS
Nolli'ii Im liin,iv etveii that on Tiled. IV the
'.'1st day of April, A. 1., 1H74, u general
cloctloii will he held In the city of Cairo, Al
exander county, tate of IIIIhoIn, (or lliu I
election of the following named municipal ,
oiticers, to-wit : A city cicrn. a city trenn
urcr, a city attorney, ono alderman Irom
caeh Ward, for the term ol two ycain. one
alderman from tho First Ward, In lllll the
vacancy caused by the removal of Hiram
lllxhy from tho city, and, one alderman Irom
the Second Ward, to till the vacancy eaiioil
by the re idgnatlon of Wood Kitteiihouc.
For the purposes of said election pnlW will
ho opened'at the following named place, to
wit: lu the PliM Ward, at tho I'oiiiuilxMnn
liou-i'of K. F. Davin, on the loiith klilu ot .
Sixth hlrcot between Cnniiiieivlalatul Wash-
lugton avciiuos; In the Second Ward, at the !
Hough and Heady eiiginn lioui; In tlm
Third Ward, at the lllliernlaiiciigliiohoiln'; ,
lu the Fourth Ward, at the Court House ;
nnd In tho Filth Ward, at tho house ot air i
Sullivan, oh the noi lli-vvtt comer of Com
mercial aviinno and Twenty-lll'tli Hrect.
Said election will bo opclicn at cigni
o'clock In the iiiorniiig. ami continue open
until coven o'clock in tho alttniooii ot that
By order of the, Cltv Council.
M. .1 Howi.kv, City Clerk.
Caiiio, 111., March 20, lh7l . ir.u-:i-2i-:;iu
DR. W. JSLAUW
ludors Bit k (up stalrf ) core r bth Stro
and "Washington" Avonuo.
30-31-tf. CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
DANIKL LAM PHUT,
Elfbth Street, liotvvecn Washtugton nud
isiiB v IW
PHIL. H. SAUP,
And Manufacturer of
102 Commercial Ave. - -
! TteTSOrdors from Abroad Promptly Attended to.
. . J ' i
(Lato Proprietor of tlio .St. Nicholas Hotel)
Lfus hecome l-'upeiiiiteinlent of tbe
CONNER SIXTH STREET AND OHIO LEVEE.
.Mr. Wulkcr Imviny In tun chargo of Hits old and well-known houso, yrJH at
oncu fihts it n thorough riMiovutiiig, and juit it in lirdt-olas.s order for the Keep
tion mtcsin. Mr. Walkur will woleonio Jiis old cusfomeM to tho new house),' tad
will alwayu lio glad Uihcu tliuiu.
Fii'sl-elass Day Board 20 por Month.
HARRY WALKER, Supt.
Boot and shoe malic, Twon hstroet, be
tween Washington avonuo and Poplar
ttreet, is prepared to make hoots anu nhoea
In tho latest and most laahlonahle Htylei,
lie will mnko them to order, old or now
stylos to suit customers, out ot tho bst .und
rrcMiest stock-, or which no aiva?s has a
good supply on hand from which to make
selections. All fitting of hoots and shoes
made hy Mr, Killer Is dono In his own shop
no foreign llttlujr holnir used hy him.
Ulvo him a call, and ho will give you satin-
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE
- Happy relict for young men irom the cf
leciH oi errors uiiii uuunuain eanv uie. aian
hood restored. Impediments to marrlago
removed. Now method or treatment. New
and remarkable remedies. Books and clr
Hilars sent free, lu sealed envelopes. Ad
dress, Howard Association, No. 2 South
Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa. an Institu
Ion having a high reputation for honorable
nduct and prcwlonil skill. UO-ti dw3a
.i4st m t
stock, which is amill' far
spring, nnd pay two pfofltfbr
the manufacturers in those
lilaces bought their piece
goods for spring sale last till,
not, getting the benefit of Jity
Cooke's troubles. Mr. Fdrn
baker pays his sole attention
to buying; and being well ae
(piaintcd Unowa where bar
gains are to be found. Of
course every merchant will
tell you "he buys the cheap
est," but in business as in life,
'judge a man by the company
he keeps." Farnbakor the
Clothier asks for nothing un
less you think he doserves it.
l'coplo have not the leaat
idea how goods have falleri,ua
til the examine a stock bought
lately at "bottom prices."
A small quantity of our
spring stock has already ar
rived. and Rclail
FINE MILLINERY GOODS
VKKIIH HPH1NQ ITTXJU.
MliS, M. JACKSON,
(Formerly Mrs. Swanders,)
aunouncos that she has Just opened a large
assortment ol the ,
MOST FASH ION A BLS,
Millinery Ooods tone found in
She will keep on hand '
Hath. Bonnits. Flowikb.
DuKbs Trimmings o ALt-o,
Laiukis FuRNisima Goose, Istiin,
Collars, UNonuLMVM, Sum,
And all goods found in aalllUerr etoree, all
ol which will be disposed ot at Ue lawatit
cash prices. Mrs. Jaakaeii repHalrjr
asks a contlnuaUon of the pataMtag wJsUfc
has been so HbetaUy.beateowed hdm kar f
the ladies of Cairo and tbe vloUwr.
A ILL1AM It. SMITH, M. D.
iiatwam Waahlnicton avsaoe asm wasMt
street. Oillce-t cemmerelal aVMM, up