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THE CAIKO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, MARCH 24, 1874.
LOCAL- WIATHIR REPORT,
OHMWYM'sOmcK, Cairo, lilt., 1
March 23, 10:11 p.m., 1B74. J
ihsmomstsr, 37 degrees.
WtndN.E. Velocity Unities per hour.
Mezdmiim temperature fur last 24 hours,
Minimum temperatur lor lie Ial24 hours,
rrevelMng wind for lut 24 houri, N. K.
'lottl number of miles traveled by wind
Observer Bignal .Service, II. H. A.
fLLlNOLS CENTRAL RAILROAD.
1KAIN8 LKAVt; OAIHO.
Mall at .,2:!K a.m., Dally.
Kxpreasat 3:00 p,iu "
Freight at 4 mo a.m., .except Suinlny
Freight at 115 .m.... 41 '
Freight at .. 4:00 p.m.,. . ' "
AHRIVK AT CAIttU.
Mall at .11:15 a.m Daily
Kiprcssat .li.-OG p.m.,... .except Sunday
Freight at .'MU a.tn.,....i-xrepl Monday
Freight at .7:10 p in., except Sunday
Freight at 10:05 p.ln "
108 'i-lMf. JAMr.H.loiiNao.v, Agent.
TIIK OAIKO AND VINC'KNNKH
(iharur or riMi:.
On and after Sunday, IVl.niary 1S74,
Iraloa will nm aa follow :
Cairo, leave (Wio a.m. fitf.'i a.m.
Mound City. Iran- tiili " t,Xt "
Vienna, li'ai; i:i:i " ft:27 "
Uarrltburtf, lenw f:19 ' ll:i:i "
Norris City, lene .... t:l5 " l::i I'.M.
Carml, arrive Ufr) " 'i:Xi "
t'urml, IOXi 4:4.ia:M,
(IrayvlJIc, leave .10:40 " .V.V, '
Mount ("armel, leave.... 11:'.!2 " 7:w "
Mnreiinett, leave 12:i' I'.M. ISU
O. M. Junction, arrlve.l!::
O. AM. .function, leave. . 7:15 a.m.
Vlncennei, leave 7r2."t " 7:00 im.
Mount Canncl, leave.... IS:Xl " "
Urayvllle, leave :ls " 10:17 "
CannI, arrive ir:(i " nan '
Canni, leave 10:10 " !:15 A.M.
Norrli City, leave 10:41 " 7:1S "
Harrhburgli, leave 11:4.1 " !:HS "
Vienna, leave 1:17 P.M. 12:15 I'.M.
Wound City, leave 2:12 " :i:10 "
Cairo, arrive .13 " 3:10 "
MOUND OITT ACCOU kfOPATIOK.
Leave Cairo at 11:30 a.m. and 0:15 pjn.
Leave Hound City at 1UUS6 p.m. and 0:10 p.m.
Freight trains atop over night at Carml:
pin from there at mixed train, leaving at
uVi a.iu.; leaving Vlnccnnes at 7 p.m. the
lame evening for return trip.
At Cairo with the MMnlppI Central,
llobllc an p Ohio, for all polntt coiit; Cairo,
Arkanna and Texan, fur all point! In Arkan
sai and Texas
At Vlncennei: Indianapolis and Vlncsruics
railway forlndlanapoll and all point north,
cait and west; with Evantville and Craw
fordsvlUo railway forKvantille,TerraUaute,
Danville, Chicago and all points north, cut
andweit; with Ohio and MinUnlppl rail
way for Bt. Louis, Louisville, Cincinnati and
II point cut and wait.
At Norris City crowing the Springfield
and Illinois Southeastern railway.
L. W. Palmku, Gen'l Bup't
K. P. Wiuov, Gen'l Passenger, Agt.
CAIRO, ARKANSAS AND TEXAS
AND CAIRO AND FUL
The shortest and. only direct route from
Cairo to JMkaonport, Little Hock, Hot
Springs, KuUon, and all polnta In Arkamai
and Ue Southwest, and Malvcaton, Houston,
Dallas, Austin aud all point In Tcvai
TWELVE HOURS IN ADVANCE OF
ANY OTHER ROUTE.
Through tickets, through bills or lading,
and Information a to freight ratei, pas
senger faro, connection!, etc., cau be ob
tained at tba company' eulce in Winter'
block, comtr of Seventh street and Com
Hacks will call at private '.residences and
hoUli for passengers, when order are left
Kief aat Pullman palaoe sleeping ears on
all night train.
Trains ran dally, (Sundaya excepted) from
the Cairo OSce aa follewi :
Leavo Qrtenfleld'....9:33 a m aud 4:05p.m.
Aralve atOraenfleld'a. .9:17 a ra aml3:33 p.m.
KXPRX8S RUNS DAILV
Leave Greenfield' 200:p. m,
Arrive at Greentleld'a 1:40 p.m.
D. AXTBLT.. chief Knglneer.
NEW ADVERTIEMEN IS
Athennum 2 Days Only
Friday and Satorday March 27 & 28.
Krom London, Enoland.
Doa't fail to witness the
Repreieailotr Milton's Dekcrlptiou of
GARDEN OF EDEN!
Reserved Scat 50c
KfGrand Family Matinco each afternoon
fortlio tittle folks. Children lOo; AduiUiioy.
DR. M. HOWARD,
PHYSICIAN & SUGEON.
OFFICE CORNER COHMEUCIAL AY.
AND SIXTH STREET.
RESIDENCE Seventh ttroet, txitweon
Washington Av. aud Walnut Street.
DR. W. JiLAUW
-ota Alcrk (up italri) corner 8th Btro
ana yvasnmgvm avohuh.
90-31-. CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
TO SKCUHE TUB INSr.ltTlON OK AN AN
MOUNC'KMF.NT I.N ,TllK llUI.LtIN 1 IIK I'UIII.I
CATION I KK MUBT, BK I'AIIJ YVIIKN 1IIK
A N NO ON C KM ENT l IIANIIKt) IN. Tills ItUI.K
WII.I. UK HTHICTI.Y AllllRHKK lit, ClTV
UKKICKH fb; WAIIK OFflCEItH, 'J.
Wi' lire aiithoi izt'd to nntiollliic .rli:n l
.1, lloUy ni a rnmlidtitr, for ir-clpttlon to
Iho ofllcn of City I Icrk, at tin' :iiproacliln;
DilTOIt Itl'I.I.KllN : You ploa;nn.
iiohucf that 1 am a ramllilatn lor the otllro
nf city clerk nt the enstiliif; rhartcr election.
'.'i-:M'J-td W. K. Hawkish.
fun i irviiti:Aiit;itr:i(;
.Mit. Kihiok:-- lly reqnc-t of a iiuiiiher of
cltlzelit ple:ie anuiiiiuen iny name at n ran
illdatc lor Ihe ollke ofClly TreaMirer al the
I wll CI IV AHOItNliV.
We are niithoiicd to nnnoiiiiee. that II,
Watvm Wehh U a randld.it) for le-clrt tlon
In the nlllee ofclty attorney lit Ihe M.ulliK
County probata court adoured on
Th Ohio rivur bog mi to ri tithl
b(oro lait, and juitorJay It wm found
nciry to aaln oloio thu lower..
Thoiu penocs who aru anilou to
know about the futuro nf thu loul, are re.
furred to Jim llallory If Mallory con't
Imj found, let thuin call nu Judgo Cole
man. Kiltiar of them can t;lvo tlio de
Mr. Wm. Kichbotr, at Iho furniture
factory, comtr Seventeenth itreet and
Washington avenue, ha Juit received a
new lot of children' wagon and bug
glci, which he li proparod to tell at a
tonUblngly low price, reraona dailrlng
t5 purchaae luch articles will do well to
give blm a call. 207 3-JI-Ct
Grand Gyinnaitic l'urforinanco
l'liplli of the Cairo Turner Society,
Tuoiday, March 24th, 1874,
Zum Schlui Tanzkracnzchon.
On Haturday night lait Siquire
Lent' (tore at Dongola wa burglarixed,
and considerable property stolen. The
burglars succeeded in getting into the
tor by breaking eut the upper lash of
a window in the roar of the ttoro building.
The principal portion of the good atoltn
consisted of tobaocoi, cigars, shirts, stock
ings, tic. Bo far no trace of the thieves
bu boon obtained.
Mr. Leo Kleb is ready for business
again. Though tbo storm wrecked his es
tablishment pretty badly, and made it
necessary for him to closo up for a low
days, he ha overcoma all obstacle and is
on hand again prepared to supply hi old
friends and customers, and all tho rest of
mankind, with tho best of broad, plea and
cakes. Olvohim a call. 2CI 3-'J2-3t.
Morris, Hood A: Co., luubor manu
facturer at Ullin are fllllngan order for
white oak lumber to be shipped to Han
Francisco, California, wbero it Is to be
worked Into head for wine caski. Tho
lumber is cloar of sap or knots, and is to
be two inches thick, tho Arm receive al
most double tbo usual pricu per thousand
feet for it.
Wm. Khlers wishes to inform the pub
lie that he ha just recolved a large stock
of imported I'ronch calf and Morocco
Leather from Adolph Nickel, of Cincin
nati, direct importor, and ho can thero
foro warrant all his work to be of not only
the best manufacture, but of tho very
best matorlal. Any ono who desires line
Boots, Shoe or Gaiter will find It to
their interest to call on Mr. Eblor at his
shop, 'JOth streot, and examino hie stock
and stylos beforo ordering elsowhero.
The fireman on the engine which
took odt the north bound train on tbo IN
lino! Central on Saturday evening last,
mot with a serious accident at Ullin. A
pisco of heavy timber used in loading
lumbor cars was carelessly left laying
crosswise on a flat car, tho end (ticking
.put far enough to knock the fireman off
the step of the tender on which he was
standing whon tho train went by the car.
Hi body and head were badly bruised
and one of bis arm broken. Another
such an unfortunate affair will not occur
at Ullin ioon again, at Tom Jeffrey bat
taken tho matter in hand, and if threat
ening, storming and weatiog (Tom
don't swear) will do any good, railroad
accidents at Ullin are at an end.
Mr. J. Burgor hat returned from tho
East, whero he ha beon purchasing an
Immonso stock of dry good tor tho spring
and surninor trade Mr. Burgor hat boon
in the dry goods business in Cairo for tho
last ten yoars, and during that ttrao li as
made himself thoroughly acquainted with
tho roqulremontt of the peoplo, at woll as
tbo myitoriet of hit business, tbo most 1m
portant part of which i buying when tho
market tbowt the most advantagoout bar
gains, in order to toll vory closely, thus
giving hit customers overy advantago of
hit close study and knowlodg of the dry
Largo Invoices of bit now goodt are
alroady arriving still largor ones are on
tbo road ; and he oxtond a genoral invl
tatibn to all hi friend to call and exam
ine hit ttock, at he takes a great deal of
ploasuro in allowing goods, whether sales
are made or not. 251 3-20-tf
The barber shop u ou the corner ot
Eighth street and Commercial avenue
wbero J. George Stienbouso with hit gen
tlemanly assistants can be found at any
hour of tho day or night, ready to soothe
your feolingt with a smooth thave, or cool
your toroper and head with a good sham
poo. It is a first-class tbop, and you aro
tttra of receiving flrit-clati treatment
Ladles' and children's hair cut or curled
aftor tberaostapprove4Tty.es. 8-lS-tf
II. Levy will leave for Maw York
this aitornoon on loipottant business.
Mr. 'f . F. Ilouton, editor of that ex
cellent weekly paper, the Jontsboro 'Ga
zette,' was In the city yettorday.
- Mr. W. O. Cloland, general passenger
BRent of the Pittsburg, Fort Wayne and
Chicago railroad, was at tho .'it. Charles
Mr. A. ItooJy, a prominent railroad
man it It said, president of one of tho
loading southern lines was in tho city
Bunday and yeitordey. llo left for New
Orleans yesterday afternoon,
J A J Hmltb, Pittsburg; II at.
Johns, Now Brunswick; T P Jump, Bal
timore; W 8 Ollmoro, Memphis; 0 W
Green, Poorla; A S Waltman, Chicago; K
L O'Connor and sister, New York; .1 R
Uay, St. Louti; A H Little, Uniontowii,
Tennossot, and G C ltaymoud, Now York,
woro prominent among tho arrivals at the
St. Charles hotul yesterday.
Mr, Julian T. Smith, advance agent
ol the celebrated "Mlltonlnn Tableaux
and Paradise Lost," representing Milton's
description of "Iletvnn, hull, chaos, pan
demonium, and tbuGirJuu of KJeu, ' was
In the city yuitirdtiy making arrangu
ments for the tixblMUou of that Institu
tion In this city on FriJiiy and Saturday
Wo legrct to Lear of tho serous lll
fieis of Mri, S. .S. Thj lor, who, wo hr In
formed, wis very low yesturdny. Tin
Colonel, who hut bvun iu New York for
soveral weeks, wnt telbgraphud to of tliu
Hint. nf Air?. Taylor and nt unco started
for home, but by ono of thoio unforturmt
mishaps over which human agency ha. no
control a inisconneilion of train!, he
will not reach home before to-morrow
John Antrim and Herman Meyer
were ton at Ullin on .Sunday afternoon.
They were on their way to Toledo In this
county, their business tbere being to ap
praise the good and clia'.tlei of tho late
Dr. Daniel M. Jones. They were met at
Ullin by a man witb a buggy, in which to
go to Toledo. Tht last hoard of them they
were about five milet from the station,
Antrim in the Biggy, and Meyer on fool
witb a rail on Hi shoulder. It it sup
posed that Meyrr used tho rail to pry An
trim and the biggy out ot the mud.
Waa Done In Judge
Thero wasquito awakening up In po
lice business yesterday, and for tbo Qrst
time in weeks the court room woro an
The first victim was a son of Erin,
by name Ed Haurlgan, charged with hav
ing undertaken to carry too big a load of
tanglefoot: Ed was charged two doltari
vnd the usual costs, which he paid, and
was pormitted to depart in peace.
Edward James, Edward Brown and
Anna Davit woro beforo bis honor on
charge of larceny. But tho evidence
against them was not considered sulllclcnt
and they were discharged.
Polo Brown, a colored boy,itole toveu
chickens from Mr. Valentino Hescb, for
which bit of "lndiscretlou" Kesch had him
arretted. His honor hold Peter to bail in
the turn of $200. Pter Brown will very
likely go to Pontiac, whbro he will enter
the reform school.
Frederick Griogson and Wm. H.
Crltchton, nolther of them over forty
yean of ago, woro arretted by Sheriff Ir-
vin for stealing ono hundrud dollars in
currency from Mr. Hllman, who keeps a
dry goods ttoro on Washing
ton evonue noar the Catholic church,
Grolgton was employod In tho store, and
Just beforo dinner yesterday Ullman gave
him one hundred dollars in currency, di
recting him to go to tbo bank and got ex
chango on Now York for it. Grlcgson
and Crltchton, (tho former having moro
than onco been tent to the bank on simi
lar missions) bad laid their plans, and in
stead ot going to the bank the young rat
call! went on board the steamer Bltmarck
and purchased tickots for Monpbls,
Griogson' prolonged kbionso from the
itoro routed Ullman's suspicions, and he
informed Shcritl" lrvin of the circum
stance. Mr. Irvin went in search of tho
boyi and was not long in finding them.
They wero taken before Judge Bross, aud
when questioned about tbo matter, ac
knowledged thnt they had rbceivel the
monoy, and bad laid tholr plant to go to
Momphlt, where tboy intonded to buy a
peanut ttand, and go into butiness on thoir
own book, Judgo Brost hold tho boys to
bail in tho sumof $00 each, for thoir ap
pearance at the noxt term of tho circuit
court. Failing to give ball, tbo llttlo fel
low woro turnod over to tbe tonder mer
cies of Jailor Dick Fitzgorald. Tho boys
will undoubtedly be tent to tho rerorm
NOTICE OAIKO CASINO.
A spool al mooting to-morrow (Wodnos
day), March 25th at 7, p. m.
263 3.24-21. It. V. Bklznek, Sec'y.
I. O. B. T.
To-night all old U.S. U. must positively
be on hand, as butiness or importance
must bo transacted. By order,
264 3-24-U 23 W. 4. 11 47.
Goldttlno & Kosonwator are receiving
an enormous largo stock of goods and aro
offering groat inducement to all purchas
ers at wholesale and retail. 259 3-22-3t
IMMENSE BALE OF PAWNBRO
Mr. Dan Hartxaan will this evening at
7 p.m., at It. II, Cunningham's old stand
on Commercial avenue, open an immento
itock of pawnbroker' goodi, the property
or J. Caro, Washington, D. C. The stock
to be sold is comprised of gold and silver
watches, diamonds and Jowelry, and is
valued at upwards of twenty thousand
dollars. Such an opportunity for bar
gains Is seldom presented, and tho goods
are sure to be sold at from 2C to Co per
cent, below the ordinary cost of the arti
cles. Every artlole is warranted as repre
sented. This sale will only last two days,
commencing at 2 p.m. and at 7 p.m.
Pricb Currknt OrricE,i
Monday Kvo., March 23, 1871. (
Tho genoral aspect of tho market and
business continues about the same as at
our review last Thursday, Transactions
aro anything but largo, but tbero Is no ac
cumulation of stocks, for tho reason that
receipt! of grain of all klndi have fallen
oil' to almost nothing. Very fow orderi
are coming in and thtro Is no shipping
demand dull and unsettled markets be
low being tho rule. In our report of
sales wo do not gonerallydjacluda those
made in tilling orders, as prices charged
on small lots aro of course, higher than on
round lots from first hands, at the expon.o
of handling from store, wastage, etc.,
must be included. It It only tbo tales in
round lota that represent tho wholesale
Cairo market and prices, and that Is all
consignees feel any Interest in, Asa gen
oral thing our reports cf sak's only em
braro tboto intdu on tho day and
ditto of our tcMio and thnt will In mefisuro
nroount for tho -mrtll Vnluuiu of sales re
ported aa compared with th-j tran-ttctiuti
of tho half week Intervening our semi
wackly roviews. Out remarks on tbu con
dition of dltl'erent brnnehet of tbu market
will ba found under tholr ap,iroprUto
The, weMli.jr has been clear and void to
day with very little to indicate an np
proaehing storm, but will bo surprised
to too tht loi'idlo of thu proeont weok
.without having first beon visited by a
heavy and imltlitrlous inin.
Correspondents should hour in
mind that our quotation represent prices
for round lots from first handi", union
otherwise statod, and that in tilling small
orders, higher prices must be paiJ,
FLO UK Our reports must continue to
read as heretofore, showing up a heavy
and dull market, with no particular rea
son for our looking hopefully forward to
a chango for tbo better soon. Prices too
aro uncbangoJ. Our report of sales em
brace 200 bbls various gradet 4 C08 76 i
200 bbli da do in lott 6 f09 00; 300
bbli dodo 4 COffiU 75: 150 bbls do
G8 75; 300 bbli do 4 603 00; and
50 bbli oxtra choice family told on orderi
and in small way U 00 to 9 60.
UAY Very llttlo of any kind comes
in and thcro ia vory little of iny kind
wanted oxcept an occasional car of choice
mixod or timothy.
Wo note talet of I car cholco mixed del
1C 00; 1 car "giltodgo" timothy dol 18 00;
6 can choice mixed del 15 C 0(3)1 7 00; 3
can cholco mixed del M15 00,
COltN There is very little demand
for any kind. Receipts are light and
prices hold firm and unohangod. Bales
wero 1 car choics wbito in bulk on track
C3c; 7 cars wbiti sacked and del 70c; 100
sacks soft mixtd del 65c; 470 sacks
mixed on ordon 70c; 212 sacks white on
orders 72c; 6 ctrs white on ordors 71
72c. OATS Plenty and vary quiet. Hold
ers aro firm at Cau in
sacks del and 47c In bulk on
track. Wo note talot of 13 car cholco
mixed sacked aid del C3r; 3 cart white on
orderi, tackod -nd del C455c; 5 cars
mixed in bulk m track 47c.
CORN MEL Plenty and weak.
Prices have a dcvnwarl tendency. Hold
ers ask 3 30 bi will probably bava to
take 3 25. Wo note sales or 100 bbls
steam dried 3 10; 200 bbls city, steam
dried 3 303 8
BRAN Nont offering oxcopt at the
mills. Thare is a fair demand for it at
quotations. Salu reported were 300 tatkt
del IS 00; 200 tacks sold to-day at 18 50
WHEAT 3 ctrs Mediterranean sold
in bulk at 1 35 par bushel,
BUTTER Tho supply is very limited
and demand active. Recoipts of choirs
lots aro takon on arri'al at 30 to 35c. We
noto salot of 500 lbs tholce Sou thorn Illi
nois solid packod '.tic; 600 lbs choice
Southern Illinois ro'il 30c; 25 packages
cholco northorn 3C to 40c; 30 palls and
tubs choice 33 to 3Gc.
EGGS Plenty and dull. Wo noto
tales of 1,000 dozen 12Jc; BOO dozon 13c;
1,500 dozen 12 jc, 10 brxes 12j13c.
CHICKENS Tho demand and supply
aro about equal. We noto salos of 4
coops hens 3 25; 6 coops mixod 2 5003 00
10 coops cholco hens 33 60
FRUIT Apples are held as usual, 4
6 00 for Southern Illinois: 500 00 lor
Northern. Oraagca and lemons are bo-
coming qulto plenty. Wo note sales of
15 boxos lemons 6 00; 25 boxes orangei
4 60ffi5 00.
PROVISIONS Stocks aro moderato
and quotattoni at follows : Bacon, clear
sides, packed 01c; C R sides OJc; shoul
ders 7c; tugar-curod hams 1213c; moss
pork 15 60
COTTON Dull and quiet. Wo noto
talos to-day of 25 bales acordlng to grado
at prices ranging all tho way from 7c up
POTATOES-30 bbli cholco Southorn
Illinois twoet told at 5 00; 60 bbli poach
blows 2 803 00.
COTTON Nothing doing.
CHEESE Now York factory 18
LIME 1 251 50 flbh!.
CEMENT 2 00(a)3 60 bbl.
COAL OIL lPl9a Ml,
GUNNIES Ro-eowod 2f busboli 18c ;
c bushels 20c.
BYRUPS Choice C0c$l por gallon
New' Orleans 7B0o.
PLASTERING HAIR 36c per
BURLAPS 2 bushels corn, 0J oz
15Jo; do 10 oz 16c; 4 bushols oatt 20o; 5
bushelt 21c; U bushols 22c,
BEESWAX 9 lb 30c.
BOAP Shaeffer's Gorman moltlod, 71c.
Chnmpal.'rn soap, 7c.
TALLOW I? lb55Jc.
BUOAR Crushed lWJoj A, 1 1(77)11 Jc
extra 0. 10Zllo.
COFFEE Java 4042e ; primo 33
34c: cholco 84)3fi.
FREIGHT Cotton. comDresiod to
Now York, 85c! to Boston, SI. Uncom
pressed, to now ioiu, m i; to notion
To Now Orleans and Vicksburtr
Potatoes, apploi, eto, 30o; pound
f-nlffhu 15a cwt: hav $5 Dr son: lok
4Ko nor bbl: tobacco $4: cotton SI, To
Memphli, flour, etc. 26o pet bbl; pound
trolgntt jajo cwt; uay per iub.
Extend.'! a cordial invitation
to all iliOHc who wisli to save
thoir monoy and got "valuo
received" for what they do
spend, to his largo stool; of
Fine Clothing, bought lately
at prices unknown to ''country
dealers," Having a resident
partner iu jNew York a
gentleman of lung experience
and a most extensive acquain
tance among Metropolitan
Clolhioi'S, gives us advantages
for btiying attho lowest notch.
A "e.mintrv dealer" (such they
call them in Now York), goes
to market with the ri'dit idea.
gonds lower than last year,
Dill lie is unacquainted with
those whose "shoe pinches"
badly; and of course has to
pay "tho same old nrico."
Then there aro a great many
who jjo to St. Louis. C' ucaco
and Cincinnati to buy their
CARPETS AND OILCLOTHS.
Goldstlno & Roienwator aro receiving
tho most elegant and latest stylos of Car
pots and Oilcloths, wbioh thoy ollor at
groatly reduced' prices. 258 3-22-3t
Wo bavo received on consignment a
large lot of sewing machines in perfect
order, which wo will soli at bankrupt
prices. J. B. Piiilmh & Son.
Tjs.v pounds of brown sugar for $1; 8
pounds best cotleo sugar at f 1; 21 pounds
of cholco buttor at SI; baking powder 45c
per lb, Imperial toa at $1; potatoes 30
cents per pock; 3 lbs coffee $l,at Wilcox's
Block. 107 2-4-lm
Two very pleasant rooms nt Winter's
gallory, suitablo for ollico or for parlor
and bad room, aro for rent, choap. In
quire at the gallery of
253-3-20-Ct Wm. Wintkr.
Socond-hand clothing, watches, Jowelry,
pistols, &C, bought and sold. Also a lot
Brussels' carpot, furniture, tts., for sale.
Opposito Cairo aud Vincennoa railroad
dopot. 188 2-27-tf M. Covne
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS.
Wo havo a Parker Brothers Breeoh
Loading Gun, gun and outUt valued at
one hundred dollars, which wo offer for
salo for elehly dollars. Tho above it ono
of thoir best decarbonized gum with front
action rebounding locks, and fully war
ranto. Knquiro for ono week at The
Brli.ktin Offihb If
Two Batterios of two Boilors, each 24
foet long, 2 Inch Dram, 2 14 inch Fluos
with lire fronts. Mud and Stoam drums
Safety and Hud valvos, Chimnoy and
Britchin, all completo and in llrst-class
order; boon mod only three months. Fo?
priw, etc., Inqulro ol J. T. Kknnik,
j-z;i-ii. vuican iron woras,
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
Lot No. 2 in block 17, first addition
with a two-story framo house fronting on
Commercial avonuo, and tbroo lots (38,
30 and 40), same block, fronting on Sev
enteenth street, aro offered for salo at a
bargain. Apply on tho promises, corner
Seventeenth and Commercial avonuo.
100-2-20.1m 1''. 31. Wakd.
I will soli my entiro itock of tbe best
of Boof, Pork, Voal, Mutton, Poultry,
Buttor, Eggs, Lard, Irish Potatoes, Swoot
Potatoes, Apples, Flour, iloal, Bpicod
Beof, and tho bott of Corned Beof. Tho
salo will commence at 6 o'clock in tho
morning and contlauo until nine at nigbl
oach day ror nine montht, Sundaya ex
cupted. I bavo also 180 acres of the best
of cotton land to soli or oxchango for Cairo
property. I alto want tovoral good agents
to soil fruit troot. All of tbe above win
bo oxplalned by calling on 8. Patterson,
corner or Ninth and Walnut streets, as
thoro is tho place the salo or tho moat and
vegetables will be mado. 02 1-31-lm.
Caiko, Ills., Jan. 30, 1874.
Wb bavo something new In tho way or
half-sheet poston, which wo think aro
lust tho thing for tho spring trade Thoy
cons lit of six uitierem uesigns, ntno-
irraphod, with mortises and margins for
printing. Two ot tho cuts are suitablo
lor any buslnoss ; tho othor four for boots
and shoos, photographers, druirKists and
dry goods. We haVo but one hundred or
each cut, and will furnish them printed at
Cincinnati prices, wo nave aiso some
fanoy cards. The language or flowers,'
ton deslcnsi "Boauet.'' twelve dosiens;
nnara." four dealena and '.'Ootnlo" cards
twnntv.four daaians which we furnish
printed at 10 to $12perlf, Cincinnati
prices. Who wants them? Don't all
speak at onot. lG3-2.l9.3t
' a4sssHiBaVsr sasassssm
and departures for tho '-'1 hours ending at 0
V. i. last evening :
Stoamor F. P. Oracoy, Columbus
James Fisk, Paducah
11 Glasgow, St. Louis
Rovor, St. Loult
" Thompson Dean, Now Orleans
" Julia, Vicktburg
" J. H. Blgloy, Now Orloans
11 Andy Baum, Cincinnati
" City of Holena, 8t. Louis
11 Pat Cleburno, Evansvlllo
" BUmarok, St. Louis
" (irand Tower, Momphls
" J. W. Phillips, Loulsvillo
" Chas Brown, St. Louis
Steamer F P Uracoy, Columbus
Jas Fisk, Paducah
" Thompion Doan, St. Louis
Julia, St. Louis
" .1 n Bigloy, Now Orloans
Andy Baum, Memphis
" City of Helena, Memphis
" Pat Cloburno, Evansvlllo
" llhmarck, Now Orleans
' Grand Tower, St Louis
" hlmpsnn Hornnr, VllUhurn
" Ella, Ohio rivor
" Charles Urown, Pittsburg.
Til 15 RIVERS.
The rocunt heavy rains havo uwi Uia
Ohio to rise again, but It is not bolievod
it will amount to much. That stroam
came up ono Inch yesterday. Tho Missis
sippi continues falling. Business wns
vory dull yostorday. Weather pleasant
though colder than for sovoral days pre
Tho Glasgow Is taking a load of lum
ber from Hickman to St. Louis Tbo
Rover and barges put oil' about 25 tons of
glasswaro for tho couth and pauod to St.
Loul Tho Grand Tower has 310
barrels potatoes and 33 bales cotton for St.
Louis Tho Blsmnrck wan woll laden
and lined out hero Tho J. II. Big
ley bad a big tow ol coal for the south...
Tlio Andy Baum had a uiodoruto trip
for Memphis. . . .Tho Pat Cloburn brought
four car loads of lumbor and boiiio othor
freight from Evansvlllo on Sunday
Tho Simpson Hernor laid ovor horo to ro-
palr hor boilors and loft for Pittsburg
yostorday The Charles Brown brought
two barges oro from St. Louis.
Uwinq to tho hard times and tho In
ability of many of tho suffering to vis!-
tho National Suboioal 1.ntitutk nt
Indianapolis, Indiana, throo of tho Sur
geons of tho Institute havo yieldod to
urgont solicitations, and will visit Cairo,
stopping at tho St. Chnrlos hotel, Tuosday
and Wodnosday, March 21th and zstii,
1874, with nil kinds of surgical appara
tus and appliances, and fully proparod to
treat such cases ns may call upon thorn
for rollof, thus saving the patient a long
journoy to tho Homo Institution, Thoy
will como ospoclally proparod to troai all
Surclcal casos; Paralysis ; all kinds of
deformities of tho Face, Splno, and limbs;
Dlsoasod Joints; Diseased Eyes; Catarrh;
Private Dlsoases; Piles; Flttula, &c. No
cases will bo undortukon without a fair
hopo of roliof. Trices will bo moderado,
It la neodless to say that this institution
U nnttrolv rosnonslblo. and the inmost and
most popular of tho kind In America
curing thousand.! of casos annually. Come
tho Hrstday, if possible, as a great crowd
will bo thoro. Kkmkmiikh tuk time and
1'I.acb. Sond 4o the Instltuto for a clrcu.
Jr. 220-3-12-ood.ot W-lt
Fou Salk or Exoiianoe A Farm
near Villa Rldg--good homo and young
orchard. Inqulro at this office or address
T. B. X A.RRIN,
stock, which ia small for
spring, and pay two proflts,fot
the manufacturers in those
places bought thoir piece
goods for spring sale last fall,
not. getting the benefit of Jay
Cooke's troubles. Mr. Farn
baker pays his sole attention
to buying; and being well ac
quainted knows whero bar
gains are to be found. Of
course every merchant will
tell you "ho buys tho cheap
est," but in business as in lift,
"judge a man by tho companj
he keeps." Farnbaker the
Clothier asks for nothing un-le.-s
you think ho desorves it.
People have not the 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 ar
rived. Fon Salk $2,000 la city atrip. Por
salo in quantities to suit tho purchaser
Apply to H. T. Gmiouid.
Attkxtiom Far Mxas. We feava a
small lot or the Urle moveable point
steel plows, which wa are now offarlns; at
coat to close them oat.
Bkebwaat, Oktb Si Co,
lm 180 Commeioiel avstt.
Mrs. Rumbold Is prepared to slxach
and l'REsa hats and bonnets la the molt
approved style, and in a maaaer to git
ontire satisfaction. Call at her residence
on Flfteonth street between Walnat and
TitK l Ana est stock of bird cages, toi
let sets, wator coolers, bath tab aid st
genoral stock of tinware stores ever of
fered la Cairo may be found, cheaper than,
the cheapest, at C. W. Henderson's, No.
b0 Commercial avenue. 238 -3-14-1 tu.
Notiob is nereby given that X wUF.aar
no bills for goods aeld to any the em
ployes of Tna CAiao fiuLLsrrur, el thee
or themsolves or for the use of tna ofloei
unleso tho same are furnished on an order
Ignod by Mr. Burnett or myself.
12-20-ly Jomr H. QBr,T,
Foit Rent. Tho brick bouse situated
t'ornor Third street and Commercial ave-
nut), l ua nouso naa Deen pus in gooa re
pair throughout and Is well arranged for
H hotol or boarding house, also room tv
ronton Third street. Inquire of Ifsn.
Alollale, No. 0, Winter's block.
106 2-3 4f
Co to O. W. HxNDcasosT'a, 190 Coa
ruercial Avenue, for the celebrated "Okar
ter Oak," "May Flower," or otter eeoUag:
stovos, tin and hollow ware, water coolers,
bath tubs, etc., etc. If you want the best
wood stoves, buy the "Charter Oak"; thss
best coal stovo, buy the "May Flower."
Milk Waqok. I will oosnsoenee ran'
nlng a milk wagon on Monday nsenlng;
February 23. I will continue R all ansa
mer, and respectfully solicit jour nsvtrosv
age. Milk will be delivered to any onef
in tbo city, deilysnorning and evealag
Orders may be given to the driver of th,
wagon or left at my ice staad, No tl Ohlo.
loves. Gzomb TootTM.
Boot and shoe maker, Twen
tween Washington avenue
street, Is prepared to make boots ant saeea
In tho latest and most faahlonablt style,.
He will make them to order, old or new
styles to suit customers, out of the bet lead
freshest stock, of which he always las tat
good supply on hand from which to Bsakei
selections. All fitting ot boot and i
mado by Mr. Khlers la don In hi own
no foreign fitting being used bt
Oive him a call, and be will give jtm sjatta
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE
llsiuiTretior rorvounir Kaatroaa taV ef
fects ot errors and abuses In early We. Man
hood restored. Impedimenta to saarrjM
removed. Wow method or tareaaaent. w
and remarkable remedies. Hooka and ear-'
eulars sent tree, in aeaisa eavtiOM.
dress, liowaru amdomuod, o. --
Ninth street. Philadelphia, Pa.- J"
Ion having a nun ropuaajw n t-t
ndunt and preiMuonaiaaiu. iivv
BHMIS; BEO., ft CO,
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