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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY, MARCH 22, 1874.
LOCAL WEATHER REPORT,
URHRVBR'SOHNGK, CAIRO. 111., I
Match 21, 10:11 p.m., Ib74. J
Thiiruometer, f dYrrees.
Wind tf . W. Velocity 4 miles ptr hour.
J Weather, cloudy.
1 Maximum temperatur.' lor ImI 24 hours,
' Mlnlmumtemperatureturtholait.4 hours,
' 1'revaMng wind for low 24 hours, N. II.
ToUl number of mil traveled by wind
urlsg lait 24 hours, 278.
j 2CDWIN Hootii,
( Observer Signal Venice. . X. A.
LL1NOIH OKNTKAh KAIMIOAD.
TKAINH LKAVK CAIRO.
fall at 2:30 a.m., Dally.
Isprtssat ....jam p.m., "
. rciirnL si...... 4:iju m.m minuav
rviXllb ..I U.lli.,...
Might at 4:00 p.m.,. . " "
ARRIVK AT CAIRO.
tall at 2:tr a.m., Dally
'xpress at .2:05 p.m.,., ..except Hunduy
reiglit at 0:1ft n.tn except Monday
relent ai. ...... :iu p. in cxrrpi cununy
height at 10:05 p.m "
1M 2-17-tf. Jamkh Joiixbox, Agent.
HIK CAIRO AND VIN0ENNK8
tin Awer. or rim:.
On and alter Sunday, February 22, 1B74,
alns will run an follows :
:() A.M. .:(). a.m.
Inund City, leatr fi:'J
Memi", leavi- fi:i:i
Inrrlkliuru', ear H:l!
(orris City, l-ae !i:lr, "
!aniil, nrrhc '.:.") "
annl, Icaw KMX) "
Irayvlllc, Iravit 10:10 "
lount ('aniii-l,lc.nf....ll:-.,i "
liicciiniK, t-ne 12rtCi l'.M.
. A.M.. (unction, leave. . 7:1. a.m.
'Iiic'iiiif. leave 7i"i "
lount Carnu-I, It-axe.... 8:33 "
irayvlllp, leave 0:18 "
armi, arrive iijsw
'annl, Irave 10:10 "
om i ll), leave iu:t
larrlitjurRh, leave 11:13 "
.'Ifiina, lran 1:17 r.M
.Amu CltV. cave 2:12
.'alro, arrive !l:03 "
MOUND CITY ACCOMMODATION.
jaia Cairo at 1130 a.m. and o:l.i p.m.
Lerve Mound City at 12:35 p.m. and 0:10 p.m.
Vn lelit train itun over nlulit at Canni:
i.Xj t.m ; leaving Vlnevnnen at 7 p.m. the
uiuc evening Tor return trip.
At Cairo with (lie MlfIillll Central.
Mobile an p Ohio, forull points tout; Cairo,
Arkana and Texa, for all point lu Arkan
ui and TeX'fi".
At Incennes: Indianapolis and Vlncennci
railway lorlndlanapolla and all points nortb,
tait and wen; with Kvaiitv lllo and Craw
lordiriUe railway forKvannville.Torra Haute,
Danville, Chicago and all point north, taut
ind west; Willi Ohio and Mis-t'MppI rail
way for Bt. Louis, lxulvllle, Cincinnati and
til point eaat and west.
ai norriH i;tir croim: tin; Mirin'Uv d
and IlllioU .Soulbeattern railway.
1.. W. Palmer, Oen'l Bup't.
K. 1'. Vf i t.soit, Oen'l I'attengor, Ant.
OAIKO, AKKANSAS ANDTKXAS
1 AND CAIRO AND FIJI.
! TON KAILUOAPS.
The ihorteat and only direct routo from
Cairo to JaoVionport, Little Hock, Hot
Bprlngi, Fulton, and all point" In Arkansas
and the Southwest, and Oalventon, Houston,
Dallas, Austin and all point In Texa
TWELVE UOUIIB IN ADVANCK OF
ANY OTUKIt KOUTE.
Through tickets, through bill or lading,
and Information as to freight rates, pas
senger (arc, connections, etc., can be ob
tained at the company's aflico In Winter's
block, corner of Seventh street and Com
mercial avenue. '
Hacks will call at private 'residences and
boUls for Dassenjcers. when orders are left
Elegant l'ullman palace sleeping cars on
all night trains.
'T'.ft.a nln .111 LI . m 1 . 1' u .vnaiio,lfrnm
the Cairo Otllco as fotlawa :
Leave Orcentlold'i),... 03 a in and 4:t'p.ra.
Aralve RtOrcenfleld's..0:17 am and3:38p.m
KXI IIKHS RUNS DAILY
. . . m1... nu.H
weaves uruenueiu vu.i. iu.
Arrive at areciitleld'n 1:40 p.urf
1. Axtki.u Chief Knglneer
I Pit. O. E. Douglas, bclojr determined t
t cell in every Dental operation, ban re
f U'd and irfurulfhcd his Dental 1'arlors, No.
Eighth street, and Is now receiving from
S. 8. White .t John-toil, of l'hlliidelnhla,
semi-weekly, the Urgent and flnet aort-
. li...nl tl.m.l ........ ..IT..p.wl In
ruy, nun ni (juoil ti4 e.iu uv iuiiim in iuu
.1... .-.1 - I .. . I . .. . ..... 1 I .. t,n
BEAUTIFUL GOLD FILLINGS
Masla atnccialltr.iiot nnvof tho holt, mi-era
We, spungy work that drop out. leaving
teetn eut, mcci, uiscoiorcu, ami oiicn de
Perfect Ooldcn Oemtt put In as t-olltl and
uiirnmo us tiic smelted mct:u ui-cii.
Special uttcutlon given to tho treatment o
Children's Teeth. rurentH by bavin
,'lillri-n'H Teetn examilieil oeca
would save them much butlerlng mid d
fnrmlv in nfler vearn.
Dr. Douglas also gives Particular attention
n Moi.lniili!il llentUtrv.linvlnirHerlired the
rlnht to use Dlt. HYATT'S PATENT O OLD
n rtltltltKIL COMH1NATION PLATE
which has been thoroughly, tested .and ap:
proved by the best ucmii in inu t.Mv, a n
beyond u doubt, tho beat ami tlnnect urtlll-
eiui piaionow in use,
Teeth oxtractcd without palu by Iho uo
of Nitrous Oxide Guh, which Ih perlectlysalo
whero Judiciously udmlnUtered,
179 tf a. E. Douni.AB.
COFFJSX, HAKHISON & CO.,
(Successors to D. Hurd A Bon.)
VOBAIM AND HAT.
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
To HKCUItK TIIK INMKItTlON OV AM AN'
N()UXCKMi:nt4n TiikIIum.kinthk runi.i-
CATION VKK MUST It IV I'AII) WIIKN TIIK
ANNOU.V'KMKNT 18 HANDKII IN. TlllH RUI.K
WII.I. IK STRICTLY AMIRIIICU TO. CITV
OKKItT.H ?5; WAIII, OVflCltllH, fj.
KOIt CITV CLKIIK.
Wearu iiitlhorlzed lo announce Michael
.1, Ilowlcy nn :t tanilldale, for re-election lo
Iho ofllcR of City Clerk, at the approaching
KlMTOli JtUl.t.KTIN : You ulll pleao mi
noilliei! that I am :i ralnliilate for the Olilec
ofclly rlerk nt the diMllng charter election.
22! U-VMd AV. K. Hawkinb.
Hilt CITY TllKAHUHKIt;
Mil. i:uiTijii: lly request of :i nuinbor of
eltt.cnn ptcaiB nniioiince my naine n a ran.
dldate for the olllee of City Treaiurer at the
rtiMilii); charter election.
lOlt CITV ATIOIINKY.
We are uiitliori.cd to announce that II
Wntxoii Webb I a eainliilatu for re-election
to thu ollleo of city attorney at thu cnulnj;
-Farmora uro jireparlug for
- Tho Ohio river declined one incbyoi
terday. Mayor Wood's y,amo leg Is about nil
Thero will Ihj services at tho Methc
dist church at tho usual hours to-day.
Kov. Durschnor. conducts services at
tho Gorman Lutheran church as usual to-
Clear Creek preclnt in this county can
ra.so nioro hdiI bolter corn than any other
patch of ground of its size in Southern Il
31 r. Thayer has been sufl'trlng from
severu indisposition for sovoral days, but
nevertheless will conduct services at the
Presbyterian Church to-day.
A couplo of young men tried pretty
hari to get up a row at "Webber's saloon
last nl;bt, but tbo thing wouldn't work,
and they gavo it up in disgust.
Dr. Williams, tho dentist, Commer
cial avor.ue, is doing an extensive busi
ness. Why'.' becauso his charges aro
made so a to live and let live. 'JC0-3-'Jl'.lt
Kov. ilr. Gilbert, rector, will conduct
services as u'.ual nt tho Church of the
Kedeemer to-day. Tbo subject of tbo ser
mon at tho evonini: service will be "Tho
Epistle to the Church in Hardin."
Miss Itobuison, tbe young ludy who for
tho last two weeks has been astonishing
oar loading citizens uf all professions and
creeds by thu most wondorful and start
ling spirit manifestations, took passago on
Steamer Great Republic on .Friday even
ing for Mempblii, where bar parents re
In tbo Presbytotian church this morn-
ng, J lev. ii. u. 'mayor win uoitver n dis-
courso on tiio loiiowing: "roi uoing
Too." In tbu evening n praiso meeting
will bo lield. Arter tbe praise meeting u
session will be held In tho pastor's study
to receive, any who may wish to unite with
On account of tbe track o( tbo Cairo
and Vlncenncs railroad, between Twen
tieth and Thirty-fourth street, being sub
merged, tho passongor trains on that road
are switched onto tho Illinois Central
track abovo tbo crossing, and come into
the city by that road, running down as far
as Eighth street.
-Prominent among tbo arrivals at tbe
St, Charles hotel yesterday wero P P Dol
man, Louisiana, Missouri; Qoab Stewart,
Stewart's landing; It M Stokes, Clark
ton Missouri; G O Ilotb, Dubuque; John
McCan, Burlington, Iowa; M S Dean,
Chicago; Julian II Smith, Cincinnati; VY
Dram, Jr.. Mississippi.
Mr. Leo Kleb it ready for business
again. Though tbo storm wreckod his es
tablishment protty badly, and znado it
Bocctsary for him to close up for a tow
days, be has ovorcomo all obstacles and is
on band again proparod lo supply his old
friends and cuttomors, and all tbe rost ot
mankind, with tbo best of broad, pios and
cakes. Give him a call. 201 3-'J2-3t.
Sovoral days ago somo person stole
m quantity of jowelry and clothing from
a Miss Emma Taylor, of Paducab, and
yestorday four persons two women and
two mon, tuspectod of being the thieves,
were arrested betwoen Cairo and Padu
oabj while making tboir way down tbe
rlvo: on a ilatboAt. Tho goods wero found
in their possession, and tho wholo party
wero taken back to Paducah last night on
the stoamor Jim Fisk.
"Wm. Khlors wishes to inform tbo pub
lio that ho has Just recolved a large stock
of imported French calf and Morocco
Leather from Adolph Nickel, of Cincin
nati, dlroct importors, and bo can tboro
foro warrant all bis work to be of not only
tho best manufacture, but of tbo very
best matorlftl. Any ono who dcslros lino
Boots, Shoos or Gaitors will find Jt to
their interest to call on Mr. Khlors at bis
Bhop, 20th itroet, and ezamino his stock
and stylos beforo ordering clsowhere.
Mr. J. Burgur has re'turnod from tho
East, where ho has beon purchasing an
Immonso stock of dry goods tor tho spring
and summor trado. Mr. Burger has boon
in tho dry goods business in Cairo for tbo
last ton years', and during that timo has
mado himself thoroughly acquainted with
tbe requirements ot tbe peoplo, as well at
tbe mysteries of bit business, tbo most Im
pertant part of which is buying when tho
market shows tho most advantageous bar
gains, in order to toll vory closely, thus
giving his customers ovory advantage of
his closo study and knowledge of tbo dry
Large Invoices of bit new goods are
already arriving still larger ones art on
tbe road ; and be extonds a teneral invi
in his stock, as La tikes a great deal of
pleasure in -bowing goods, wholhsr tales
are made or not. 261 3-20-tf
Tho Carbohdale 'Observer' of Satur
day says; " Carbondale has lost one of
her most ornamoutal buildings. About
half past two o'clock a.m., Friday, tbe
kitchen of Mr. liindmaud's houio was
discovered on Are; ah alarm wat immedi
ately ratted, tbo Inmates of tho building
hastily oicapod only partially clad, stren
uous efforts wore made to savo some of tbe
lurnituro, but with tho exception of that
in tho front parlor, all was lost. Wo learn
that six thousand dollars Is all the Insur
aaco upon tbo building and its contents
bout one half the actual lost. We rejoice
in tho fact that no lives were lost, and we
tnotttlncorcly sympathize with Mr. Hind
man in the lots of his beautiful home and
an hundred things doar to him and bis by
many associations. Mr. and Mrs. Wick
wiro havo also lost extonilvely in clothes
and other valuables."
It It said that on attempt to kill and
rob a man was mado on last Thursday
night at ono of tho shanties on the Kono
tucky shorn, a short distanco below tho
lorry landing. Tho person from whom
wo recoivod our information is Mr. Kron,
who keeps a saloon at tho landing. Mr.
Keen lays that on Tburslay night throe
men crossed ovor thu river from this city
In ii skiff, and lookup their quarters for
the night iu ono of tbo shantlrs
aeovo re for rod to. Lato in tbe
night ono of tbe men catno to bis (Mr.
Keon'l) placo and purchased somo meat
and coffee, und laid down a $20 bill out of
which Mr. Keen took his pay. In mak
ing tho change ilr. Koon noticed that
this man had considorablo money. Two
hours lator anothor of tbe party catno to
Mr. Koon'r, houio and stated that the
man who l.ai puruhaiud thu meat and cof
fco a few hours boforo had stolen all tho
moDoy that was in tbe party
and ran off. But being closely
questioned alout tho matter the man
told three or four dlfforent stories, and
Mr. Koon bogat to suipoct that thero had
boen foul play somewhere. Tho next
morning Mr. ICoati went to tho shanty,
and what he saw ttoro more than ever
eonvinccd him that an awful crime had
been committed. Tbt floor of the house
bespattorod with blood, and
distinct trtcol of blood could
be followed to the rlvor's edge. Two of
the men who west over in the skiff wero
still lingering about the houso, and Mr.
Keon determined to havo them arrested
on a charge of murder. He went back
homo and gathered up a poiso for the
purpoio, but on returning to tbo shanty
tbe birds had flown, and no traco
of them could be found. It is
said that a man answering the discription
of tbe person who purchased tho meat and
cotl'oo at Mr. Keen's got on tbe steamer
Fisk night beforo last at one of the land
ings a short distanco above Cairo, apd that
he bad several aovtre cuts on his person,
and also that he stated that an attempt
to kill him bad been made at tbe place in
question, but that he escaped to tbe woods
aid succeeded in Uluding bis would-be
murdorert. This is the story at it came
to us from Mr. Koene. What there is in
it wo do not protend to say.
Tiik barber sUop is on .be corner ot
Eighth stroot an.d Commercial avenue
where J. Goorgo Stienbouso with bis gen
tlemanly assistants can bo found at any
hour of the day or night, roadv to tootno
your feelings with a smooth shave, or cool
your temper and head with a good sham
poo. It is a Grit-class shop, and you aro
sure of receiving first-class treatment.
Ladies' and children's hair cut or curled
after tbe most approved styles. 8-lS-tf
Wk have somothlng new In tho way of
half-tbeet posters, which wo think are
Just tho thing for the spring trade. They
consist of six different designs, litho
graphed, with mortises and margins for
printing. Two ot the cuts are euitablo
lor any business ; tbe other four for boots
and shoos, photographers, druggists and
dry goods. We have but one hundred of
each cut, and will furnish them printed at
Cincinnati prices. We bavo also some
fancy cards. Tho "language of flowers,'
ton doslgns; "Boquet," twolvo designs;
'Opera," four designs and ;"ComIc" cards
twenty-four designs which wo furnish
printod at $10 to ,312 Jpor M, Cincinnati
prices. Who wants thorn? Don't all
speak at once 103-2-l9-3t
Owing to the bard times and
ability of many of tbo suffering to visl
tho Natiokai. Subqical Institctk at
Indianapolis, Indiana, three of tbo Sur
geons of tho Institute have yielded to
urgent solicitations, and will visit Cairo,
stopping at tbe St. Charles hotel, Tuesday
and Wednesday, March 24th and 25th,
1874, with all kinds of surgical appara
tus and appliances, and fully proparod to
treat such cases as may call upon them
for rolief, thus saving tbe patient a long
journey to tho Ilome Institution, Tboy
will como ospocially proparod to feat air
Surgical cases; Paralysis; all kinds ot
doformities of tbo Faco, Spino, and limbs;
Diseased Joints; Diseased Eyes; Catarrh;
Private Diseasos; riles; Fistula, &c. No
cases will be uiurtiiken without a fair
hope Df rolled I'riccs will bo modorade.
It is po'dleis to say that this Institution
Is entirely responsible, and tho largest and
most popular of tbo kind in Amorics,
curing thousands of caccs annually. Como
tbo first day, if posslblo, as a great crowd
will bo there, Kkmimhir tdk timi and
'lack. Send to the Instituto for circu
lar. 220.3-12.ood.5t w-lt
Goldstine St Roiottwator are receiving
an enormous Urge stock of goods and aro
offering great inducements to all purchas
er! at wholesale and retail. 259-S-22-3t
Milk Waoon. I will commence run
ning a milk wagon on Monday morning
February 23. 1 will continue it all turn
tner, and respectfully solicit your patron
age. Milk will be delivered to any one
In the city, dallymorning and evening.
Ordert may be given to the .driver of the
wagon or left ( my ice stand, No 81 Ohio
leva. . GroRuE Yocdm.
and departures for tbe 34 bours ending at 6
p. m. last evening :
Steamer F P Gracey, Columbus
11 Jas Fisk, Paducah
" Arkansas Belle, Evanivlllo
11 Mollle Ebert, St. Louis
" City or Chester, Memphis
" Parker, Memphis
Stoamor F POracey, Columbus
11 Fisk, Paducah
" Arkansas Belle, Kvansvillo
" City of Chester, St. Louit
" J. D. Parkor, Olncineatl
" Mollle Ebert, Pittsburg
Tho fall in the Ohio rlvor yesterday was
bout ono inob. Tho Cumberland and
Tonnoiieo rivers aro rising, and will soon
start the Ohio "up hill" again. Tbo
Mississippi Is still falling r.t St. Louis.
Business was tnoduratoly active. Tho
wostbor continues warm and;p1caian',with
indications of rain.
A colored deck pafsonger on tho Jss.
D. Parkor, named David Maiun from
Momphi,, bound for Iteiloy s landlnf,
necidently full overboard whllo thu boat
was taking on lumbor at tbo mouth of
Oblen rlvor. Every effort poeiibto was
mado to save him. Hq never ctina up
after lulling In and it is supposed that lio
drifted under thu boat Tbu
Parkor has 2C balos cotton for
Evansrille, 2IC do 100,000 foet lumbo rfor
Cincinnati The .Molllo Ebert bus COO
tons Iron ore and sundries fur Pittsburg
The Great Kopublic addod vary lit
tle liuru Tho Arkansas Hollo and Jim
Fiek brought modurato trips yesterday
A tow boot, numo not
known, passed up tbe Ohio night
beforo last Tho S. W. Mills Is mak
ing up a tow of b Dargos of staves at Pa-ducah.forNewOrlo-.nl.
Urano and Jim Tottea will tako bor south.
The Simpson Horner laid over here
to repair her bollors.
A correspondent of tho Louisville
'Courier-Journal' says : "After the war
nd tbe flood of 1107, tho Sunflower re
gion was almost abandoned by planters,
but since the erection of tbit levee there
was such feeling of security restored
that tho lands were being rapidly
brought undor cultivation again, and tbe
Increase in the production of cotton wat
becoming very large. An overflow at this
time, following a seasonof such low prices,
when tbe whole plaming community is
straining every point t start in for crop,
and barely able to mako boadway, will bo
ruinous to tbecountry Largo accessions
bave been made to U laboring popula
tion, from the poorerreglont of Alabama
and Georgia, and with immunity from
overflow, there is no estimating the pro
duction of cotton vclch would be realized
thero in a few yean.
CARPETS AVD OILCLOTHS.
Goldstine & itosnwater are receiving
the most elegant atd latost styles of Car
pets and Oilcloths, which they offer at
greatly reduced prcos. 258 .1.22-31
For oas andstsam fitting go to Ren
nlo's Vulcan irci works, Commercial
venue, foot of Niith street 8-10-tf
A teacher of "Jirst Grade" rmallUca
tions wants employment. Address
Tkachik, Box 82C, Cairo, lllf.
For Salk $2000 in city scrip. For
sale in quantities to suit tho purchaser
Apply to B. T. Gkrould.
or Exciianok A Farm
near Villa RIdgo good house and young
orchard. Inquire at this dflco or address
T. 3, Farrin,
241-3.17.tf Ullin, Ills.
Girl Wanted One who is a good
cook, also good washor atd ironer. In
quire on Thirteenth street, or tbe store of
Stratton & Bird. Wm Stbatton.
The l auo est btock of bid cagos, tol
lot aett, water coolers, bath tubs and
gonoral stock of tinware sre vor of
fored in Cairo may be found, cbcapor than
the cheapest, at C. W. Hondorson's, No.
100 Commercial avoaue. 238 3-14-lm.
Go to O. W. Uksdkusoh's, 100 Com
mercial Avenue, for the coltbratod "Char
ter Oak," "May Flower," or otbor cooking
ttovos,tin and hollow waio, water coolers,
bath tubs, etc., etc. If you want tbo best
wood stoves, buy the -'Charter Oak" ; the
best coal stovo, buy fhe "May Flower."
We hero roceived on consignment a
large lot of sewing machines in perfect
ordor, which wo will soli at bankrupt
prioe. J. B. l'Hii.i.is ii Son.
Ten pounds of brown sugar for $1; 8
pounds best coffee sugar at $1; 2 pounds
of cholco butter at $1; baking powder 45c
per lb, Imperial tea at $1; potatoes 30
cents per pock; 3 lbs coffeo ?l,at Wilcox's
Block. 107 2-1-lm
Saloon-keepers and all others aro hero
by notified to soli no moro liquor ot any
kind to my husband, Joo Sutor, or they
will be prosocuted to tbe full oxtent of
tbo liquor law, Adilia Butxr.
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS.
We havo n Parkor llrothorn Brceoh
Loading Gun, gun and outfit valued at
one hundred dollars, which wo offer for
tale for eighty dollars. Tho abovo is ono
of tbelr best deoarbonizod guns with front
action rebounding locks, and fully war
ranted, Enquiro for ono week at The
Bulletin OmcK. tt
Two Batteries of two Boilers, each 24
feet long, 2 Inch Dram, 2 14 inch Flues
with Are fronts. Mad and Steam drums
Safety and Mud valves, Chimney and
Brltcbln, all complete aud in llrst-class
ordarh baan used oly three month. Fo?
Dtlce. etc.. Inquire ot J. T. Rinmi,
Extends a cordial invitation
to all those wlio wish to savo
their money and got "value
received" for what they do
spend, to his largo stock of
Fino Clothing, bought lately
at prices unknown to "country
dealers," Having a resident
partner in New York a
gentleman of long c.xpcricnco
and a most extensive acquain
tance among jNIetropolitan
Clothiers, gives us advantages
for buying at the lowcat notch.
A "country dealer" (such they
call them in New York), goes
to market with the right idea.
goods lower than Inst year,
but ho is unacquainted with
those whoso "shoo pinches"
badly ; and of course has to
pay "tho same old price."
Then there arc a great many
who go to St. Louis, Chicago
and Cincinnati to buy their
ROOMS FOR RKNT.
Two very ploatant rooms at Wlntor's
gallery, euitablo for offlco or for parlor
and bed room, aro for ront, choap. In
quiro at the gallery of
253-3-20-Gt Wm. Winter.
Second-hand clothing, watches, jnwclry,
pistols, &c, bought and sold. Also a lot
Brussels' carpet, furniture, Us., for sale.
Opposite Cairo and Vinceunes railroad
depot. 188 2-27-tf M. Covnk
I will sell my entire stock of tbo bent
of Boef, Pork, Veal, Mutton, Poultry,
Butter, Kggs, Lard, Irish Potatoos, Sweet
Potatoes, Apples, Flour, Meal, Spiced
Beef, and tbe best of Corned Beef. Tho
sale will commence at & o'clock in the
morning and continue until nino at night
each day for nine months, Sundaye ex
cepted. I havo also 180 acres of the best
of cotton land to sell or exchango for Cairo
property. I also want several good agents
to sell fruit trees. All of the above will
bo oxpiainod by calling on S. Pattorson,
corner of Ninth and Walnut stroot, as
thero is tbe placo the salo of the moat and
vogotablos will be mado. 92 1-31-lm.
Oairo,.I11s., Jan. 30, 1874.
Boston, Maggie Clay, Lucinda
Clarkson,Manica 2 Davis, Maggie
Dlllo, Maggie Fowler, Matilda J
Finch, Jennio Groom, Robecca
Harris, Hannah Lane, Alico M
Lotspeocb, Aggie Lowis, Mary E
Lane, Emolne J McNeff, Mary
McKeug, Alico McDermott, Mary i
Patterson, Jennie 2 Robinson, Mollle
Stratton, Amelia Sanders, Katie
Seel, Mrt J W Thomas, Mrs J
Ullman, Mrs Jacob Veal, Jennio 2
Allon, Dr H Jt
Adams, J Ii'
Burnett, W J
Campbell, J N
Cotes, O G
Dodton, J v7
Brown, Wm R
Crews, K W
Hogan, J W
Haro, Wm H
Johnson, Dr H
Lane, John II
O'Brlno. W J
Pago, W 8
Fishea, A O
jonnson, o v
Kipper, X V
Levle & Co
Marks, J W
Nichols & son
Plumraer, Dr tt W
Pateot, Wm J
Robertson, D O
Robertson, D Q
Smilnr, A L
Skinner, Goo F
Shepherd, Jno F
Simmons, Phil 2
Spear, W R
Rush, John W
Stevens, Jai W
Scbockell, N I
Scott, Wm N
Tolohman, f reu
Wisher, 8am M
W. MoKeaio, P. M.
Williams, T "W
RE AIi B8TATK POB BALK.
Lot Mo. 2 in hlock 17, first addition
with a two-story frame house fronting on
Commercial avenue, nnd tbroo lots (38,
39 and 40), name block, fronting on Bov-
ontoonth streot, aro oflorotl for salo at a
bargain. Apply on tho promises, corner
Seventeenth and Commercial avenuo.
lCO-j-'.O.lm F. M. Ward.
DR. W. J5LAUW
Judors IlUck (upstaiis) ctir.br HXh Stro
nd "Washington Avenue.
90-31-tr. OAIRO, ILLINOIS.
PHIL. H. SAUP,
And .Manufacturer of
102 Commercial Ave a
HCgOi'dci's from Abroad Promptly Attended to.
(Luto Proprieter of
Has become Superintendent of tho
CORNER SIXTH STREET AND OHIO LEVEE.
Mr. Walker Iiavinir taken chnno nftliin old and woli-known houso, will at
onco givo it u thorough renovating, mid put it in first-class order for the recep
tion truest. Mr. Wnlker will welcome- hte old customers to tho new house, ud
will always ho glad tor-eo them.
First-class Day Board $20 per Month.
HARRY WALKER, Supt.
Attkxtion Kau'ikbb. "Wo havo a
small lot of tho Una movanblo point
steal plows, which wo aro now ollbring ut
cost to closo thorn out.
Bkukwabt, Oiitii Oo,
1 tn 130 Uommetcial avenue.
Mits. KuMuoLi) Is proparod to iilkach
and pbkhh hats aud bonnets in tho most
unproved stylo, and In a mannor to give
ontire satisfaction. Cull at hor resldunce
on Fifteenth street betwoen "Walnut and
Cedar. MO 3-15-tf
Notioh Is ncreby given that I will pay
no bills for goods sold to any of tho om
ployna of Tuh UAIHO liULLKTW, oither
or thomsolvos or (or tho uso of tho office
unleso the sauio are furnlshod on an order
inod by Mr. Burnett or myself.
l'iv.0.1y .foiisf U. OuBHi.y,
Foil Kr.NT. Tho brick houso situated
corner Third streot and Commercial ave
nue. Thu houso has beeu put iu good re
pair throughout and is well arranged for
u hotel or boarding house, also rooms to
ronton Third street. Inquire of AVui.
McHale, No.C, Winter' block.
H il .A
stock, which is am!), fcr
spring, nnd pay two proflts,fbf
tho manufacturers m those
places bough't their piece
goods for spring sale last fall,
not getting tho benefit of Jay 1
Cooke's troubles. Mr. Farn
baker pays his solo attention
to buying; and being well ac
quainted knows whero bar
gains aro to bo found. Of
course every merchant will
toll you (he buys the cheap
est," but in busineas asinIifoH
"judge a man by tho company
he keeps." Farnbaker the
Clothier asks for nothing un
less you think ho deserves it.
I'ooplo have not tho least
idea how goods have f&llen.ua
til the oxamino a stock bought
lately at "bottom prices."
A small quantity of our
spring stock has already ar
rived. nud Ilotnil
tho St. Nicholas Hotel)
Boot and shoe maker, Twen n street, be
twoeu Washington svenue asd Poplar
street, It pnpared to aaake beota Ma shoes
In the latest and mist fashionable styles,
lie will make them to order, old or new
styles to suit custoners, out or the bet Und
freshest stock, of which he always .has ft
good supply on haid from wtUek to sxtke
elections. All ftting of boots sad skeee
wade by Mr. Kbbrs Is done in bis own shop
no foreign nun neiog uses oy nits,
Olve him a call, and be will give you satis
faction. OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE
- Happy renot lor young sse rre leel
fects ot error and abuses l early UJe. M
Uood restored. ImpedtBjeats JfjflC "
removed. NewmeUed ot 'ai"4ZZ.
and remarkable res-edles. storks isy
sulaw sent tree, lo seaiea "T'ii
Ninth' street, PWhsdelfAhr
Ite3 0h!ol.v,. OAIRO. ILLS,
tation to all bit friends to call and exam
Vulcan Iron Workt.