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TlilU 0A1K0DAJLY JJULLETIW, SUNDAY, MARCH 29, 1874.
LOCAL WEATHKR UEI'OHT.
OIIBBUVKIl'HUi'l'lOK, ,Mito, III-., t
March itt, 10:11 iniii., IhTI.
'Ihemomotcr, M degree. '
Winds. W. Velocity H mile per hour.
Maximum totiier."iluro lurlit'JI liour
Minimum toiiipRraliiro lor Hie hutir
Prevailing wind for hit ill hours-, H.
Total uumhi-r of mllf travidcd by wind
during laftt 'Jl hour, itso.
ObKcrvcr Hiirnal .Service, U. H. A.
(M.INOIS UKN'TKAIj KAIUtOAU
TIIA1NH I.KAVK CAIltO.
Mall at ':iO it.m,, Lilly.
r'rrnnk , i;t)!l p. III.,
rrelghl nt..(... :0) a.m.,.. .except Suti'lny
h'relglitat ll:r." ii.in...... ' "
Kf (light at... .. 1:00 p.m.,. , "
Mall Ht Uiir, a.m Dally
UxpruM ut '1.0: p.m.,...,cxrupt fuiHluy
Freight ut Ilsir, a.m., ....except Monday
Freight nt 7:10 p. in., oxropt Suinlay
Freight at 10:0.1 p.i
.V '.M7-tf. .lAMKH .loll.VBQ.V, AgCHt.
THE CAIRO AND V1NGKNNES
ciiANUt: ok riMi:.
On ami after .Sunday, February 22, 1671,
iralnn will run a follow:
'lalro, loavo !.( a.m.
.tiounu uity, leave...
NorrM City, leave...
'. .innl, luau
Mount Curmrl, leave,
Ineeiinc". leave ....
. II: to "
. !I:.V) "
O.&M. Junction, leave.. 7:1T a.m.
VIih-i-iiiii-s, li'ai 7:i " 7:0") I'.M.
Mount Oinnel, leave.... f::n " IWl "
Orayvllle, leave U:1H " 10:17 "
Inrml, arrive 10:i) " HiSO "
( armi, leave 10:10 " (i:l.' A..M.
orrli City, leave 10:41 " 7:IH "
Harrisbiirxh, leave 11:13 " H:iu "
Vienna, leave 1:17 I'.M. lJil.'i I'.M.
MulindCltv, leave 2:12 ' :i:IO "
..aim, arrive :i:iKi " 3:10 '
MOUND CITT ACCOMMODATION.
Leave Cairo at ll&O a.m. and D:l.i p.m.
J.eavo Mound City at 12:3.') p.m. andfi:IOp.in.
Freight train Hop over night at C'anni;
run from tliere at mixed train, leaving at
i'Xi n.m j leaving Vlm-eime- at 7 p.m. tlie
dine evening for return trip.
At Calm Willi the MII-.fppt Central,
Mobile anp (llilo. for nil point.- Hint; Cairo,
Arkuu-.i- anil 'IV.va, lor all point-, In Arkan
vh ami Texa.
At Vlneenncs: IndlanapoIUnnd Vliirenncs
railway forliidlaii.-ipoll ami. ill point north,
fast and west; with KvmisWIlo and Oravv-lonl-vllk-
railway for Kv an-v lllc,Tcrr:i Haute,
I lull v I Ho, Chicago and all point north, e:nl
and ui.t; with Ohio unit .Mlxs.ppl rail
way for Ht. Louis'. tmUvillc, Cincinnati and
nil point east anil wot.
At Norrlii City cro-slng tlio Sptlnglluld
and Illinois: Southeastern railway.
1,. V. 1'ALMKit, (len'l Bup't.
Y.. V. Wimom. (Jon'l l'aisomjor, Ait.
CA 1 110, AHKANiJAS AND TKXAS
AND CAIIIO AND FUI,
The hortot and only direct route from
Cairo to .lack-wmiort, J.lttlo ICoek, lint
BprlDK, KulUin, and all polntn In Arkantaa
ami the Hoiithvvcnt.iiinl (ialvc.tnn, Hoiirton,
Dalla", AUitln anil nil points In Te.ai
TWKI.VK IIOITUS IN ADVAN'Ci: OK
Through tlekcU, through hllla of l.nllng,
ami information a to freight rat, pan
lender (are, conncetlomi, eto., ran hn oh
taluud at tlio eouipany'it .lliou In Winter' i
Mock, corner of .Seventh i-ln ct and (.'om
llaeks will e.ill at pilvate re.Mileneeii and
lioU-'U for pameiiKCM, when uidciri aio lull
Klcant I'ullman palaco hleepln cars on
all uilil train.
Traiiw run dally, (Sunlay uxeepted) from
tl.e Cairo Ollico a.s IoIIowh:
C'lIAltl.KriTON ACC0.Vt.MOII.V1 ION.
..ravo (IraanllolilV. ...9:.T5 a m ami I'.a'ip.m,
Arulvo attlrotiiiflcldV. .0:17 a m andWM p.m.
i:I'Ki:k.i iu'Nsi iiah.v
Uavea flrecntled' 200:p. m,
Arrive at (Ireunlluld'H 1:10 p.m.
1). AXTKt.l., (mliif Kimlneer.
Hoot and dhoo maker, Twcn h street, be
itvvecn Wttuhlngton avenue and l'oplar
ktreot, is prepared to make boots and chocs
,n tho lateu and moil lafhlonahlc etylon.
Ho will wako tlicm to order, old or now
jtylos to HiltcUdtonicru, out ot tlio bit .and
Ire'hest RtocU, of which lio ulwayrf ,iu a
ijood mipply on hand ft'om whlcli to m alio
selections. All titling of boots and hlioes
made by Mr. Killers is done in ids own shop
no foroltfii Mtlnu beinu' Ufced bv Mm.
Jtve Iilm a call, and lio will lvo you natlb
rTttutlon. DOiN'T TRUST AMY MAN
AVho savs ho will pay C-.100 for a eae ol
iCatiirraii he fnilt to iiire. Wnleott'i. Cat
avrrli Annlliilator hm eiired thouand. who
ivoulii have perWied without It, ait-l my
uKent iH return the money to any pureim
hdi' win. tries il bottle and Is not buuellited.
Did you ever try WOU'U'IT.S I'AIN
rAINT? Jly llHin-o llurni never Mister;
It btop Headache, Tootliaehu mid Xeuralla
within live mlnutci-, or money refunded.
(I, (iOI.DSMIMII. tor. 12tll .V I.0i'IMH.,1h
lliyttgelit. it. I.. Woi.COTT. 2IW-4I-2.VMW.
Notice Is hereby given thatouTue.-daytlie
tilrtday of April, A. I)., Ih7l, a ,'uiiuiul
election will bo held In the city ol'Cmio, Al
exander rfliinly, idsito of Illinois, lor t no
election of tlio lollowln uaiiied municipal
olllcers, lo-wlt i A city clerk, a city tieas.
iircr, n city attornuy, one alderman Irom
each Ward, for the tcini .of two yeaiv, miu
nlilerman from the lltt Wind, to till the
vitcaney eaii!.ed by tho removal of Illiuiu
lllxby irom the city, and, one alderman from
the Second Ward, to till the vacancy caused
by Hm rc-ltfiiatlon of ood KlttenhouK'.
ir,.i. Hm minion's of said election polls Will
bo oiicned-at the followllii,' named place', to
wit : In tho KiiX Ward, at the eommU-lon
lion. ii or K.lf . navis, on uio hmiui mho m
rilvih meet betvvenn Comiucrclalaiid Wscli-
In. -ion nvenues: in the Second Ward, nt ttio
Koiil'Ii iiud licadv oiil'Iiio boiie: in tlio
Third Wind, at tho llllienilaneiiliiiilioil-i",
In tlio Fourth Ward, at tlio Coin I llnu-iij
and in too I'lliu v urn, in uio nouse in jii
Sullivan, on the lioilh-vvoit coiner of Com
lal avenno and Tweiitv-llllli Hrcct.
Said election will be opened at elhl
nViiii'k In tho liiornliiL'. iiud eontlnuo oncu
until seven o'clock in tho nftiiiioou id that
Hy order of the. C!tv Council.
M. .1 IIowi.iiy, City Cleik.
Oaiiio, 111., March 'JO, is.'i. l..('-:wi.::nt
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
'I'd hixuiii: tub iNsnmioN or axan
NOUNCHMKN T IN TllH lIUI.I.IIINTIIi: I'lllll.l
cation ri:i: Mtsr in: i-aih viii:n ink
annoi(nci:.vii:ni in iia.nih:i in. 'rnmnt'i.i:
wii.i, m: hiiiK.'ii.v aiiiikiii:ii -lo, cuv
on ici:rt ; WAiin omcr.itH, i'i.
Wo lire aulliorl.ed to niinotiuei' Mlelincl
I, ilovvle.y a n eaudlil.lte, for re-elcetlou to
tlio olllee of City Clerk, at the approai lilnj;
IIdiioi: IIiii.i.I'.tin: You will pleaeau
iiouuee that I am a candidate fur the olltco
of eily cleik at the eiiillu charter election
'J-'O-y-IJ-td W. K. Hawkins.
roit cirv iiii:akui!i:ii:
.Mil. l.'niioit:-lly reiiit-t of a number of
cltlcns please announce my name as n can
didate for the ollico of City Treasurer nt the
nut on v Arionxiiv.
W'i are iiuthorlcil to announce that U.
WhImiii Webb Is a candidate lor re-electinn
lo tlio olllee of city altorm y at the cii'Ulux
Kead Sheriil' lrvin'n noli
payern" In another column,
Major .Mil) Held, yeais agon retideul of
Cairo, hut now of M. i.oil'-, vva- In the city
yeHerday on litislncaf.
Mr. IM. Wllsf.il, of the Cairo and Vln-
cennoi railroad, returned to the city yester
day after an absence of (overal d iys.
At tho Herman Lutheran church, I!cv.
C. Ducrscliuer will deliver n ill.ciis.lon on
'."iililtllalism." Tilt- public are luviled to
The usual Sunday M-nii will beheld
In the Methodist church this moriiiiiK and
evening. Tlio communion will lie admin
istered ut tho cvilllllK mTVlre.
.uervlees at the Church of the Iti'dcclner
to-day at 10J o'clock a.m., and 71 p.m. The
auhject of the sermon at the evening service
will bo ' The KpMle to the Cliurch In Phil
adelphia." Tho Mobile and Ohio railroad ! doing a
good business, considering the dull times.
vVe hope the time Is not far di-taut when
the Mobile and Ohio will be extended to
Drill Wood has about stopped pa-dug
lown the Ohio river, which U an Indication
that that'stream will soon be iteclinlii'.'. The
water I-now almo-t as high asatauvtlme
luring the season.
On .Monday evening Dr. II. Warniier
will deliver his lecture on tho ''iciises."
The lecture will be full of Interest, and
idiould be heard by every one who call pos
aibly make It a point to be present.
The ale of tohaci-o at tho Planter's
warehouse on Krlday morning lavtvvas at
tended by a very large board of buyer", and
the bidding was spirited. The prices ob
tallied were in almot every Instance call--
factory lo the pioducer.
Willie Wilcox has turned Journalist .ami
has commenced the publication of a neat lit
tle dally headed Hie "St. Chillies Dally ISiil-
letin." It Is a pretty llttlo hccl, chrou-
idinjr tin1 pi'iimineiii events occurring about
the M. Charles hotel.
I'oUrt It.iguell, of the coiitractiiiir liriu
of Kie-iT.V I'agncll, who him been eat for
some lime, returned lo the city yesterdav.
Messrc. Kleser Ai ILigucll have a contract fur
i portion of tlio work on the extciiilou of
the Cairo, Arkuiisns and Texas railroad,
liev. II. 11. Thayer will deliver a ills.
course this morning In tho l're-bv terlan
liureh, upon the following subject : "Know
I'liyself." Thl ovenlnir his Mibject will bo
" 1'he Uandom .Shot." Social mooting ami a
meeting of the Session atler the sermon.
To-morrow (Momlav) evening Dr. II.
Wanlucr will deliver the liflh of ihecouino
of free lectures. Tin. subject of the doc
tor's lecture will bo the ' Sen-en," a subject
that he is pecullaily titled to bundle, and
which cannot but prove Intcre-llmr to thoe
who mav hear It.
some time ago wo staled in Tin: I'.ui.-
i.ktin that there was '.fjot a church In Mal
lard county, ICeutueky." This was a mis
take, ami we arc glad lo make the correc
tion. There are many line churches In that
county, t bough ltlandvlllo, tlio county seat,
docs not boast a church within Its limits,
The track of tlio Cairo extension of tho
Mississippi Central railroad will, wo under
stand, bo at oiii'n put in first-class condition.
This would bavo been done long ago, had
the weather been ofn nature lo penult or it.
It it said that when the work Is completed
the road bed or tho MMsslppl Central will
be tiie best in tho South.
Oilletrs Sheehan and Martin yesterday
arrested Charlie Williams, (or ealabooso
notoriety) and 11111 Hamilton, colored gentle
men, Tor stealing a lot of carpenter's tools
from .lim Summcrvvell. Hamilton and Wil
liams were ecut to tho county jail to await
the action of tint grand Jury at tho .May
term of the circuit court.
Intelligence from tho fruit regions along
the lino of the Illinois Central railroad Is to
the ell'ect that the frot of yeMcrday morn
ing killed nearly all the buds of the earlier
varieties of pcachc. As Tor strawberries,
it is said they are nearly or ipiHe all killed.
If this report proves true, many ol tho more
xtcuilvo fruit cultivators will bo heavy
Among tho anivah ut tho St. Charles
hotel yesterday were tho following: I.. D.
Wallace and lady, Chicago; 11.(1. Mcl'ike,
AY. H. Morton and (1. J. Williams, St. I.ouis;
I;. F. Hall, Cincinnati ; .lohu hlrhy, .New
Orleans; J. V. Thompson, St, I.ouls; fleorgo
Stevens, Mollne, Illinois; It. 1'. Taylor,
Trenton, Tennessee; .1. (!. Medley, Karris'
Landing; Stephen lllrd, lllrd's Point.
Tho hor-o race aunouueed to comn oil'
yesterday afternoon on tho track above
Thirty-fourth street, between Commercial
and Washington avenues, did not tako place,
tho rain of tho night previous having placed
the track- In bad condition. Tho raco has
not fallen through, however, but will come
oil to-morrow (Monday) al'teiiioou at 2
o'clock. Doth horses aro In pplondld condi
tion, and tho raco will be tmoxcltlug one,
Considerable caih will change hands on tho
On her last trip Irom Fori .Icllcrson,
yorierday, Iho ferryboat Three Slates
brought up twenty-two yoke of oxen, live
heavy log wagons, two Gypsy wagons, ten
horses, iiiioui iweuiy-iivo people and dogs,
well, not less than a dozen; and at the
same time towed . barge of hickory timber
lor the Mound Clly handle factory, mid a
Hat boat. It was considered a pretty big
load, but tho Three States brought II along
with ea e, and didn't half Iry.
Mcuart .tOhol-on have received llielr
slick of spring and summer goodi, and ate
now ready to inpply tliclr friends and cih
tomcr.s with nicoodgnod" ninlnt lowcrratc
than any other lioimc In the city. Their
tock of deem goods, fancy good, notion,
etc., is full and complete, and of a superior
plalUy. Mr. Hleuatt, who has been In Xov?
York for sumo time, will return In a day ni
twit. They solicit an e.vumln.illon or their
goods, conllileiit that they can Milt all who
call upon iheiii. 20 ."'.".)-.'! t
I he annual rvimlnatlon of tho Cairo
public schools Will tako place- lids Week,
.Monday forenoon will bo devoted to the
schootii taught hy Mist lingers, MIs l'hlllls,
.Mls Hoii-ton, and Mrs. Williams; Monday
alleriioou totho.o taught by Miss Aubrey,
Ml-s Kratlnger and MI-sTlrnndstalf; Tiles-
day forenoon and afternoon totlio Thirteenth
strict (Iraium.ir school ami tlio colored
schools taught by .MNs Hanks and Mr. Tab
ford; Wednesday forenoon to Miss M. K,
iiawKins- seiinoi, .viis, Wimple's, ami Ml-s
Vv albrldgo's ; Wednes.l.iy iillernooti toJ.MIss
liosv' ami .Mhs M. A. Hawkins' schools. Tin-'
examination of the High School will occupy
the ciitlio day of Thursday and Friday.
Wednesday alleriioou the colored n-bools
will uiilli' In llielorlcal exercl'i's In Mr. Tul-
lofd's room, The A cla-s of the IIIl-Ii sehool
will give an historical entertainment at the
High School room on Friday evening. Thou
examination ami exercUes will be open to
the public. Patrons of the tchonls are espe
Mr. J. Iiurgor has jrslurncd from the
Kat, whoro ho has boon- purchasing nn
immuncutlock of dry goods for tho triring
and eummor trado. .Mr. ilurgor has been
In tho dry goods hueiriess in Cairo for tho
latt ton )-er, iiud during that timo hai
mado hirniglf thoroughly nio.ualntod with
tho rc-quirernunt! of tho paople, id woll as
tlio rnyitoriea of hi) biiilnci', tho
rnnet Important point of which it buying
when tho mirket ihows tho most advan
tageous bargninH, In order to toll very
cloely, thui giving hi customers every
udvant'igo ot his cloio study and knowl
edge of Uio dry goolj builnei3.
Lr.rgr) invoices of Ida now good) are
alresdy arriving still larger oma aro on
tho road ; and ho extends a general hivl
tation to all ids friends to call and exam
ine his ttoek, Hi ho tukcj n great deal of
pluaiuro in uliowing ijoods, whothor sales
aro mndo or not. 1!1 S.'JO-tf
-Win. Kbiera vviehes to inform tho pub
lic that ho has Jutt received n largu a'.ock
of imported French calf and .Morocco
Leather from Adolph Kickft), of Cincin
nati, direct importers, and ho can there
fore warrant all his work to be of not only
tho best manufacture, but of tho very
best material. Any one who dcMrcs fine
Boot., .Shoes or Uailcra will And it to
their iritorcsl to call on -Mr. Khlors nt Ida
shop, 'J0:h itroct, and examine his stock
and styles before ordering elsewhere.
I'OI't I. lull
and departures inr tlio 21 liours ending atr,
l. in. last evening:
Ktea'nor (irncoy, Columbus
" Fifk, Paducah
' Arkansis llclle, Cvan-viHe
" City Chester, Mi uiplils
' Andy Kauui, Meluphls
" (ilencoe, SI. Louis
" li.C. Yaeger, St. Louis
.1. II. Iliglev, St. Liillls
ItolHTt Mitchell, Louisville
Stoamor F. P. Orncny, Columbus
" .lames Fiel;, PadiiCHh
" Arkansas Itelle, Kvansville
' City Chester, St. Louis
" .lohn Kilgour, Now Orleans
II. C. Yaeger, New Orhaus
(ileiicoc, New Orleans
Hobcrt Mitchell, New Orleans
The weather was raw and chilly through
out the d.iv yesterday, and at one time In
the evening there seemed to bo prospects of
a heavy rain. Tho Ohio rlvereontlnucs lo
swell, the rise yesterday boing seven lEche.
The Mis. I-.ipjii is coming up mid boats out
from st. Louis report between nine and leu
feel to that port. The latest inlclllgciice
from the lower river report no new breaks In
the levee. Then- Is j feet water on liar
peth shnals, and tie river on a stand. The
Arkan-as river Is reported It bo -tailing.
Considering the sc:ton of the year, how
ever, there are -ome grounds lor the appre
hensions of the southern planters. They
have nil the water down there they can
handily tako care of, and unless the? get rid
of -nine of it before the spring rl-es come
down, there will bo great mischief done.
Ilu-lness yesterday was only moderately ac
tive. A number of boats received en n
sldcrahlo quantities of freight, though the
most of them went out empty-handed.
The KM; brotlirht a fair trip yiM.nlay,
bi'i tlio Arkansas Hello was iiilto light
The Andy llaum has fiSI bales cot-
ton, and tho freight and passengers
ol the Nle'i LougwortU
A flat boat loaded with lire brick
arrived from Pittsburg yesterday
The (ilencoo arrived with a good load for
thi' smith and tilled out here ami at ilelmont
Tho 110 Yaeger needed about 100
tons to till out, but did not getlt as tho (ilen
coo w:u In ahead ol her Tho ,1. 11,
iilgley came out without a tow Irom St.
Louis, and will no doubt return with coal
The Kilgour made tho run from
Cincinnati In as hours, Including all stop
pages for freight, fuel, eto Tho Hub
ert Mitchell vvas deeply laden on nriival and
I ADIKh' I.I.ST.
Carroll, Henry p
llayni's, .las W
House. M I,
Jlajless. W F
Ci ow, .1 .1
Corliluc. .1 1)
Frcncli, Will .1
I lays, ,)as V
Haniia, O ,1 It
I iiiioui, Alouzi)
Merrill.. I F
.1 Odd, AM
McClure. (i P
Mason, .la W
Itoblson, A (.
Hhortey. A V
I tinier, (leu
Vanderbllt, l O
Uuo W.McKkaki, P. M.
AVantcd A cook.
Apply at Tiik
Just roeolvod nt lloupts' an invoiro i f
lino spectnclna and oyn-glassel.
I on Hai.k r-',00(J in city scrip. For
sale in quantities to Milt tho purchaser
Apply to . U. T. llKiioui.ii.
I'oit Hai.k on Kxciiakor A Farm
near Villa Itldgo good homo and young
orebnr.l. Inr,uiro nt tills nilicn ir address
'I', ii. Faiiuin,
a i i-.-j-17-tr uuin, ni.
TlIK LAUQKMr mock of bird cage, tol
let rutt, water cooler?, Lath tubs and a
general stock ol tlnwiiro storos over of
fered In Cairo may bo found, cheaper than
tho choapeet, at 0. W. Hondorson's, No.
l'JO Coriitnerciul avonue. 'J38 3-1 S-l in.
MitH. Humiiolii Is prepared to iii.kacii
and l'liKss hats arid bonnets In tho most
approved Kyle, and in n manner to givo
entiro eut'iftiition. Call at her residence
on Fifteenth street botweon Walnut and
Cedar. V.3G 3-16-tf
Kotiob Is noroby given that I will pay
no bills for goods (old to iny of tho em
ploye of Tiik Uaiiio Hullkti.v, either
or themselves or for tho use of tho olflco
unleso tho sarno aro furnished on an urdor
igried by Mr. Ihtrnott or mysolf.
ia.'20-ly .foiiK II. UiiKiii.v,
Foil Ki'.nt. Tho brick houso situated
corner Third street and Commercial ave
nue. Tho homo hu been put in good re
pair throughout ami U woll arrangod for
n hotel or boarding house, also rooms to
ronton Third street. Inquire of Yvrn,
McJlale, No. 5, Winter'a block.
Go to 0. W. Hc.ndkiison's, 190 Com
mercial Avonue, for tho celebrated "Char-
ter Oak," "May Flower," or othor cooking
stoves, tin and hollow ware, v.-at or coolers,
bath tub, etc., otc. If you want tho best
wood stovos, buy tho "Charter Oak"; tho
best coal stove, buy tho "May Flower."
Milk "Wagon. I will commtneo run
ning a milk wagon on Monday morning
February 23. 1 will continue it all sum
mer, and respectfully solicit your patron
age. Milk will bo delivered to any ono
In tlio city, daily--morning and ovoniDg.
Orders way bo given to tho driver of tho
wagon or left at inv ieo stand, No 81 Ohio
lovoo. (Jkoikik Yoccm.
Tiik burlier shop is on fio corner ot
F.ighth ftrcet and Commercial avenue
where J. Goorgo .Stionhouso with his gen
Unmanly assistants can bo found at any
hour or tho day or night, readv to soothe
your foldings with a smooth shave, or cool
your temper and head with a good slmtii
poo. It is a first-clais shop, and you aro
turn ir receiving Drsl-clnss treatment.
Ladim' nml children's Imlr cut or nurlud
after this most, Hppriivril styles, H-lrVtf
Yk have somi-tblng now In tho way of
Imir-slieet posters, which wn think aro
Just tho thing fur the spring trade. They
consist of tlx different designs, litho
graphed, with inortisii ami margins for
printing. Two ol tho cuts aro cjltablu
lor any business ; tlio other four for boots
and shoes, photographers, druggists and
dry goods. Wn have but ono hundred of
each cut, and will furnish thorn printed at
Cincinnati prices. Wo Imvo alio eoino
fanny cards. The "lniiguiigo of llowors,'
ten designs; "iloiiuut," twolvo designs;
'Opera," four designs ami "Com In" curds
twenty-four ill-signs which wo furnish
printed at $10 to .$12 pur M, Cincinnati
prices. Who wants them V Don't all
speak at oneo. 1 Crt-'J-lft-Ht
Tkn pounds of brown sugar for $1; 8
pounds best eotl'co sugar at Jl; 1! pounds
of choice butter at 1; baking powder -15c
per lb, Imperial ton at $1; potatoes 30
cents per puck; 3 lbs culleo 11, at Wilcox's
Iilock. 107 L'-i-lm
Heeomi-hand clothing, watches, jewelry,
pistols, Arc., bought and sold. Also a loi
Hriifsels' eurpot, fur nit nre, i.ts,, for sale.
Uppoeitn Cairo and Yincenn'es railroad
depot. 188-2-27-lf M. Covnk
All kindl of iipplo and pear trees ot
tho finest varieties, al I k-mftod, four yu-ire
old nml will bear fruit next year, aro for
snlo ut tho court Louso saloon. Tlioy wi'.l
bo delivered to order. Call oarly and
inako your (elections. LvkniKK & IUkkk
Two Hattorios of two lloilurs, each 'i
feet long, 2 inch Dram, 'J 11 inch Flues
with fire fronts. Mud and Steam drums
Safety and Mud valves, Chimnoy and
Uritchin, all completo and in Urst-clats
ordorj; been ustd only threu months. For
price, etc., Inquiro ol .1. T. Kknnik,
0-2S.tr. Vulcan Iron Works.
ONi: HIJNDKKI) 1HJLLAHS.
Wo have ii Parknr llrothorev lireech
Loading Gun, gun and outllt valued at
ono hundred dollars, which wo ollor for
ealo for eighty dollars. Tho abovo Is ono
of tbolr host dooarbonized guns with front
action rebounding locks, and fully war
ranted. Knnuiro for ono week ut Tiik
ItULLKTIN OtTlUK. tt
1 will toll my entire stock of tho beat
of Hoof, Pork, Voal, Mutton, Poultry,
liuttur, Kggs, Lard, Irish Potatoes, Sweot
Potatoes, Apples, Flour, Moal, .Spiced
lioof, nmi tho bust of Corned Hoof. Tho
sale will coiumunea at 5 o'clock in tho
morning and eontlnuo until nino at night
each day for nino months, Sundays ex
coptod. 1 Imvo also 180 acres of tlio host
ol cotton land to soil oi exchange for Cairo
properly, I also want several good agents
to sell fruit trees. All nt the above will
bo oxpialnod by calling on H. Patterson,
iisrnnr of Ninth nml Walnut streets, as
there Is tlio place tho sale of the moat and
vegetables will bo made. ti2-l-lll-Iii)
Uaiuo, Ills., Jan. 30, 1874.
Perazo, Hi it l.ul' I
I 'rice, Theo F
liillla, W .1
Scott, II .1
Stohl, W I.
UNION 11 A ICE UY.
Frank ICrntkv desires that tho nubile
should know that ho is prepared todelivor
uroad of good quality and ouantltv. for
littlo money, in any part of tho cltv.
Givo him your orders, and then look out
by whlcli ho will deliver to you tho stall'
of life. 271-3.20.lm
NOT I OK.
All poisons indebted to Samuel M. Orr
aro requested to rnakn speedy payment lo
tlio undersigned, and thus snvo exponsos,
as tho collodion of his meets Must bo
prompt and will admit of no delay. In
Jofsult of pay moii t at once, suit will lo
Instituted. .Ioiin Q. Hakman,
Assignoiiof Uamuel M. Orr, llankrupt.
Uaiho, Ills., March 'JO, 1S7I.
H A Mi STA l'1'.MF.NTN.
I) LI'OKT uf the coiutiDon nf the Clly National
Lltaliknf Cairo, at Calru. in the Mate i.f Illinois at
II. c close cf b,)nei rehruaty! S7, IS7I,
Iians and discount
lltcldtafK '. ...
I ;e.i i o
I,.'.; i id
U, S, IjoiiUs lo iccine drcuta
U. S. iMiml on hand
Oilier slocks, bond and limit.
Due from reilccinin,; and ic.
I 'tie from other national banks
llue fi out &tale banks and
ttanklui; house !,-l 01
Other teal eitate S.iuki ll
I'llirent exiienses 1,'ls) Mi
nn.is s i no
Taxes paid 1,171 HI
Lliecks mid other cash ttemi 3id 1.7
l:il!l of other national hanks li.DI.I l
Kracitonal currency, (lncludiiii
nickels) 1.117 65
?ieclc .-I,!-!.'. U
UgA truilcr notes a.'.'su ii
t'apital clock iaj In
Exchange 1 ,0:10 III
Inteietl ti,Ss'J i
Profit anil lost 18,iM In
Due tu state banks and bankets.
ln) lal INI
State cf Illinois, countyof Alexander, ss.
I, A. II. .SAI'l'Ol'.ll, cashier of the City Na
tional Hank ot Cairo, do solemnly swear tliHt the
above statement Is inie to the best of my know ledge
. A. ll.SAl-TOItl), (itshler.
Hiiliscrlheil anil sworn to before- me this k'oth day of
ii. it. iwiui.r., notary I'uuuc.
Conect Attest :
It. II. CUNNINOIIAM, 1
II. I.. II A1.I.1DAV, Dircctois,
O. f). WILLIAMSON, J
n on1 rv.s vt .
P First National Hank nf Cairo. Illinois, al the close
sf biitiucss 1'ebruary '11. I S7-4 .
l)ans nml discounts
U. S. Honds lo secure circulation
U. H, bonds and securities on
-jo VIM fell
41,1 JJ t
Other stocks, bonds and mort
Ihie from redeemlni; nnd re
Due from other national banks,,,
flue from banks ud bankers,.,.
Furniture and fixtures
Cash Items, including revenue
i-isl. nn hnii.l- Cnr.sni v ' J-Hl.'l K!
" !i coin..... HID o7 'il.l'JI P.I
41IIII.0OII I K)
MclianKC, inlerest, proiu snu loss
n ,.'iiHi no
M, 7'J.I 7H
I, Charles (Vuninulum. cwhlcr of the First Na
;.oiial llauk of Cairo, do solemnly swear that the above
statement is Inio lo the best cf my knowledge nnd bc-
lltf' CIIAS. I-'UNNINUIIAM, Cnshler.
Mibicrlbcd and sworn to bcfoic me this 'M
lay of llaich, l7l.
II. II. CANDKK, Notsry Putllc.
.1 M. PHILLIPS, )
HtlllT. W. MII.t.KK.V Directors.
II, L. 1 1 A 1,1.1 1 A V,
OBSTACLES TO MAIUIAGK
Happy Hitler lor yoilUK mull Irom tlie of
fiu tH ol urrorsi and abum-H in early life Man
liood rt'ntorod. luipoillmontH tu iuarrlaK
roinovL'tl, flew mrtlioil of treatment. Now
inl riunurKahlii rnuivilleH. Hooka mid clr
;ularn M'lit free, In loalod ouvolopea. Ad
ilresn, Howard AiwooUtlon. No, 'J Houtli
Niuth Btrtjot, 1'hllaJnlphla, la. an tnatltu
Inn havlni; a htgb ropuUllnn lor honorable
iidur.t and proitwional skill. 110-8 ilAwMo
FAltN'UAKKIty. . 'c
(Lato rroprieter of tho Ht. Nieliolan Hotel)
Has becoino Superintendent ol tho
ii mi in ii ii
CORNER SIXTH STREET AND OHIO LEVEE.
Mr. Wulkor having taken charo of this old and well-known house, will at
once ivu it ;i (liorouli renovating, mid put it in first-class order for the recep
tion guests. Mr. Walker will welcoiuu his old customers to the new house, and
will always lio glad toheo thein.
First-class Day Board $20 por Month.
HARRY WALKER, Snpt.
Wholesale and ltotail dealers in Fiuo
FRENCH AND CRNAMEN
And Kvorythiii'; I'ertainiuj; to
m 172 WASHINGTON AVENUE,
Orders from Abroad will receive Prompt Attention. Festivals and Pio-fl
Furnished at Reduced Trices. )
ATTKNTION, Silt KNIGHTS I
A regular eonclavo of Cairo Oom
tnandnry, No. 1.1 will ho hold at tho Asy
lum, Monday ovoning, March ilOth at 7
o'clock. Work in tlio ordor of tho Tom
plo. Vlnltini; Sir Knights cordially in
vited. Jkwkit "Wilcox,
28i-3.2!Mt Uocordcr. -
Tnx-payor will hoar iu mind that (ido
walk assoiimonts aro now by law oitended
upon thu gonoral tax-books, and judg
ment will bo takon against lots for said
aisesamenta as woll as for Stato, County,
City and School taxes. Call at tho col
loctor'a oflU'u lioforo tho dolinrjuent list
goes to tho printer and savo cost.
S83-3-2!l-ot Alkx. II. Irvis,
' A. J.UOK M.D.
Olllee ovor Thorn Uro'i. grocery atou
No. 134 Commercial avcuue. corner KlgtitV
street. Healdence cor nor WaihlnKtoB an
ua anil Fourtoenih tret-
II IF I Ii L
Confeelioneri Ornamoutal Goods,
and 11 .lists.)
Ii. MAXWKLL ft CO.,
.Manufacturers and Dealer In
MACHINE & BURNIGuOJ,,
AIo Agent lor the
No. 7l9,;Norlli:lalne Street,