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TILE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1873.
LOCAL WEATHBR HBPORT.
OMKHVKU'iOH'ICK, CAtltO, III..,
Det-embor 23, 10:11 p.m., 1W.I. j
JUronteter, 80:23 ilKrecs.
Thermometer, :ir decrees.
Wind northeast. Velocity 4 miles jicr
Maximum temperature lor lrwt !M hour,
Minimum temperature lor tho Iast2l hours,
Prevailing wind for last 'Jl hours, aortic
Total number of miles traveled )' wind
luring Iast2l hours, 111.
Obcrvr HIiftiHl Service, i . S. A.
All cltUciu aro hereby iiotllled that on nc
count ol tliu previilcmo ul small pox In CI;1
(.go and other neighboring title, Hie board
of health deem It tieeciuy to Olvltii ttio
city Into three district nnd havo niiltitf.I
thu following physicians forthu purpose ol
vaccinating all person who In thfclr uplnlun
require vaccination. Dr. C. U. Ilvans tIII
attend to tho district lying south ot Ninth
street. Dr. II. Wurdncr to thu dlnlrlct lying
between Ninth nnd Seventeenth streets. Dr.
.). C. Hulllvati to btl that part of the city ly-
I til! uorth of Seventeenth street, i'he ili
slclatis horeby sppolntcd have Instructions
to rcKrt the names ol nil persons retiring
to he vaccinated. I he physicians shall also
collect from all person vaccinated, who uro
ublo to pay therefore, tho surn of twenty-
live cetitt and thai! note tho name In their
roport to tho board.
l!y order of thu board of health.
John Wood, chairman.
tlAtlto. III.. DfmhT llth. 1S73. 10-f.t
Jf you want fresh
no to J. D..anoue, at the Dexter r.xcbatigc,
Nu. 13d, Ohio lvcc. U-.Vlni-
1DI.KVVILD MILLS KOKSAl.i: C11KA1'.
Tho abovo mills, all in good ninnlncorder,
will ho old very cheap on easy term. Ap
ply on the premise. Jl. D. (It'NTKlt.
A number one re.ldrncc to rent. Light
rootni and good wood house. Situated on
Hesciiih struct. I.itcly occupied by Mr?,
lisgey. Apply to
12.1ts (i. W. Mvlfrui.
An election;, wlIl;,bo, held at the City Na
tional Hank ou Prlday, January lath, 1ST!
to elect seven dirccloM of raid bank".
lw A. II. SAl'KOitlt.cAahler.
NOTICK On and alter ilonday, Aotnn.
ber3, and through the winter, a warm lunch
will be spread at the Thalia Moon, or.pnslie
The Hl'lletin otllcc, at 10 o'clock a.m.,
everyday. All the dellcaclei of the -eason.
11-2 lm A. Jw.civl, I'roprleloi.
KOIl 8ALK A Grst-clav hotel In n good
locality In central part of the city with a
food rua of Im.itio). lli-acoii lor selling
are satisfactory and will he explained on ap
plication. Tho rale mut bo completed on
or bcloro the 1Mb Inst. Apply to Win
Jlrown, llronn hotel, corner ijestntb street
and Washington avenue. td
HAM: OK UNCI.A1MKD HA(i(i AOi:.
All baggage held tor charged at the fit.
Charle hotel, mil unclaimed previous to
that date, Will lie ol.l - k"' miction "i
Friday tho 2Gth day of December, at 10
o'clock a.m., at llartmatTs auction room.
1 1 - 25 SOd y. D. It k x Ko Kt,Pro p rlc to u
CaTiio. Ills., Dec. 8, lsT3.
To whom It may concern.
This U to certify that wc tho Joint heirs ot
the estate of Dennis Mahouy, huvo this day
received rroin Wm, Kuchenbcckcr. ngen
ol the Tentonls Life Inuiraiico company,
one thoukand dollars In lull for poli;y on
said Dennis Mahony. Accept our thank
for the prompt payment of tho above pol
12- 0-dlw Tl.MorilV Maiiony.
Phillips and Ilrigi"',
Corner Tenth and Commercl.i!.
NOTICK. I take thti methed or tniorm
Ing the public that I hau returneil to tho
elty, an J am now prepared to till orders for
ihi)lograph at wy Oallcry, corner ot
Klghth struct and Commercial avouim.
Tho partnerfhlp heretoforo cxMin; be
tween tho iindcral);ncd under the name and
atjle ol Aycrd A: Co., ! this day dissolved by
mutual couiient of the pattlrf. l'irom In
debted to the late linn wilt tnako payment
toS. 1). Aycri,who idono Is uuthorlzcd to
rvcclpt for Mine. Tho bmlness will bu car
ried ou by S. 1). Ayemindcrtho Ktylc of tho
In. D. AVKllti.
C'Allto, ills,, December 1, 187J. d-lw-wlin
The well-known bufclnci itnnd ot Ctutend
: ti l'rovo, at tho mouth of Clcarcrcek, Alex
gander county, lllluolc, situated In unn of
and with a well-establUhcd tradx. Thliwlll
bo found a rare opportunity for an energetic
, ll)iilnc8 man,
jl Tho prcmlsos comUt of a storo 20X10 feet
nJ!a dwelllnj of eight room, well furnMiei!
iand conveniently arranged, good cUtoriu
. -Jlld all neeuiiarv niit.lnill.lln.'.. nml nr.n
. ucrtj 01 lanu, ierms iiucrui. Aim v or
loot and shoo maker, Twen h itrcot, bo-
' ,tt'oct,ls prepared to make boot ami thoen
6 Til tho latebt and most lashlonablo clylen,
y'nte will tnake them to order, old or now
0,1"lyloj to suit oiiktomeri, out of the best and
)0"ro;hest ttoclf, of which bo alwayn 'has 'a
IOCI..A.l .itn.itv ..n lt...i,l ...l.lAt. .
uuu un .Mi. .uiii ,v,ti;ij lu liiakw
"flection. All fltttnif of boots anil kiiona
Una forolcu llttlii!? bidno mml i.v
ctHlve him a call, and ho will ulvo ou satis'
WtavmiV Iflivnn iu ii i-i.i. ......
... ... - i v . . li',i -iLiorj ir.u.
I .... '-I i'.'KBI vuiucjy jus
1 Ol t.l, nrilm f..., .lAAl r...li.
mi. i'i. i inu uuiiiiiuii id vxiraoi ironi
w ,.u puiiti iiuun null nroiuaiic,
j ui no cuuiuviciiwu navor, nun piaeo in
o ....nv vi.. ui . i.iyuiiii-a m raro ox-
"lllence. hvory flavor as reprohcntej, ol
cat utrcnRth nnd pcricct purity.
- uui umvi nml urij- iiu wauictl lor
'' Ivorlng Ico cream, Jelllen, custard, patry,
vPfj., wo recommend Dr. l'rlco's Special
r"Tvoring9, and feel suro that HKo his Col
"grated Cream Haking Towdor, will give
ulrfect atlsfactlou. Tlicro in no Imposition
ltho artleica. d&wlw.
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
ill). ,1. B. Monitlit was down to town
Jin. Vf. W. Thoiinton returned to
Cairo on Hnnilay.
Day board at tho Halnl Ulmrle on and
after January litatS22 por month. 21-31.
Jin, T. Okiioum, of Nowton, Maua
cliUM'tti, li vilitlni; hli biotlict ll. 1'. Oor
ould, In Ibis city.
Nuukkous Jloimd (Jltllea wero In tho
city yi-ttonlay. Amoni; thcut wn may
iiiontioii .Mmirj Kounabury, Criindul and
I. If! km, 11 you xv If h to know what to
(5t fur your liurband holiday proiont,
buy a pair of thono handnomo slipper tt
Ulllotti Iluythorn's. 18-lw
(1k.vti.kman dnMrlous of rojmlnf; to.
gothcr can bo accomodated with rooms ou
tho uppar floor of tliu Hi. Charles at lovr
HgurM. To tlioio who will fu rnlih their own
rooms n sttll further rductiin vlll b
A LAltuK nnd vomplvlo tt ' of dry
goodf, clothing, boot and hoi -nrid crock
ery at paidc pri.-ce. Also tho largoit at
lortmint nf liulliiUy toysnnd fancy t;oodi.
Call and tea bcfnro purchatlo oNowhere,
at Hattmsn. 11-23 tf
.Mr. .lot: CoruitcK was In the city yoi
terday. Ho wi pre'eiit at tho ojtcning
oftLv Southern Illinois Inrano Asylum,
and h'lros r "lowini;" description of the
manner In which Dr. ilarncs, .Superin
tendent of tho Asylum, conducted tho
Tile Old-Follow excursion to Mound
City last night was httonda 1 by between
twenty and thirty inombtr of tho order
in this city j hnd all spak In terms of
highest prslio of tho manner in which
itoy wr onlvrtulned by tholr Mound
Tils negro who burglarizol lllny'i
stom at drcerifljld' Inndlii,' a few nights
ilnco was arroitod in this city by Sheriff
Irrin on Monday night. If any ono has
any curioiity to know how tho noirro was
induced to tell wboru tho itoltn goods
wero coticeali-d, let him atk tho tharllT.
Mio: IIoston, a colored man, was Le
foro Judga llrosi, ymtvday, charged
with uiing abusive and offunsivn lan
guage. 1 lo wai lined i't and th iuicpa
rables In default of the paymtit of which
an execution was iimed against him.
Obsi. Wiion, also colored, for wipplng
hli wlfo t;hi taio! S and tho "usual
It. Jo.M..-, fathionablo boot ar..l shoe
maker. Cork solos, Scotch bottom?, and
tho lutest improvements in tho lino of hie
bmiiiosi. Only tho best ana mott com
petent wcrkrnen employed, and all work
Whrranttxl to 1m rt-nl In nvrrt rnnl
Shop on Commercial avenuo, near corner
of Tenth nrr- t. 10-7
Hotel to Let. Tho Courthoue Ho
tel, located on Twentieth itroct, between
Waihington avenu and i'oplar itrcot, In
good repair, and in every way desirablo as
a hotel i tn ml and boarding-houso, con
taining ninet'on rooun, wood-thod, all
other ntceuary outhouse, Sn colhr, Ao.
will bo lot upon npplication to Jacob
Klein, at his brick yard, near tho Missis
sippi levee. 'l St
Tilt: 'Standard,' published at Donton,
FMnklin county, lays:
N. Ii. Wickwirc, Kiq., of Carbondalc, a
woll known architect, was in Denton last
wrelr, and honored us with n call at our
ollice. Ho is h cenial and pleasant gen
tleman, and enjoys tho reputation of be
ing unn of tho be'st architects in tho state.
Wo undoriland that ho intends to submit
to thu county board at Its .lunuary ineet
Ini;, plans and spocltication for thi pro
posed now court houso in this place.
On Friday evening, day nflerjjto-'nor-row,
tho Fanny I'rico Dramatic Troupe
will glvo their flrjt ontorlalnmont, thJ
play selected for ills occasion being "Fan
chon, tho Orloket." Miss I'rico'e merits
as an actress aro so well known to tho
people of Cairo with whom sho ii a groat
farorito that words of praise from us aro
unnoi'cssary. She will ho suro to recelvo
a bosrty welcome on her return.
The joint committca of citlrtns nnd
membr of tho city council recently ap
pointed to consider nnd promulgate to tho
world tho advantages of Cairo as a manu
facturing point, hold n meeting at Mr. O.
It. Woodward's toru yostorday aftornoon.
Mr. O. R. Woodward was chosen chair
man and Alderman W. 11. Morri, secre
tary. Tho committee than adjourned to
meet again this afternoon at tour o'clock
at the tamo place.
Makiuiii, in this city, Monday even
ing, Doccmbor 22d,by llov. II. U. Tlfayer,
Mr. Charles Stino and Miss .Mnrtha Jano
On Tuesday ovoning, Docombor 'J3d, at
tho rosldonco of tho brido, by tho Jtev.
Chas. Gilbert, Dr. J. S. Lvorty (luto of
Shawnootown, Illinois, but now a resi
dent of Cairo) to .Mr, ii. V. Glass, nlo of
this city, llotlt Dr. I.avarty and hi
brido aro woll-known In Cairo, and will
commonco tholr married carreer with tho
good withes of a largo oirclo of frionds.
Chuibtmas will soon bo at hand, and
pooplo aro commonclng to think what
preeont they want for thalr wive, pa
rents, childron, friondi", eto. If any ono
can't maku up his mind, wo would advise
our frlond to call at 15. A W. Uudr's
jowelry store, cornor of Eighth stroot and
Washington avuno, and thoy will bo uro
to find iomethlug to eult, for thoy are
receiving now goods daily especially
adapted for tho holiday trado. From tho
flnnst watiihos and nets of Jowolry to tho
smallest children's ear-rings. Tho amo
in rings. Tho llnost ten scU, pitcher,
castors, buttor dishos, &o., to tho smallest
teaspoon. Oinamtmtal and plain clocks,
gold, ellvor and Ivory headed cano, and
many other articles too numerous to mon-tion.
TiiEtiB was a good nttcnJanCO at tho
Athtneum last nilit to witness Mr! J. U.
Sluttz rendition of tho character of
"Hamlet," as created by Mm. While to
say that Mr, Stuttr. has a porfect concep
tion of tho cbartctsr which ho nssumed
last evening, would bo to assort that
which ovory ono who witnessed tho play
would stamp as false, wo believe wo may
siy with parfoct safety thnt he must
agreeably reappointed his audience and
far surpatsol tholr oxpoctation. llo dis
played tho possession of greater dramatic
ability than wai expo:ted, at limes hold
lug the audlori'.-u i pull-bound by hl splen
did renditions. Ml.s Holon D'Hstu, In
tho rendition ol "Ophulia," was fr
quontly upplandcl. Tho company lull
for l'liducah last ovenlng, whuro wo hoio
thoy may do well.
FtnsT-oi.Ais day bonrd at second-clan
rntos at tho Saint Coulos hotel. 21-tit.
Tuctteainer Illiimla mude her last trip
in the Cairo and Columbus transfer busi
ness thli morning. At about 4 o'clock
yesterday afternoon the nw transfer boat
H. !-'. McUjmb 1 ac'tul out from her land
ing at thu foot of th) incline plain, abovo
tho stono dpot and crossed tho river to
the Mississippi C'otral r.nd, for the pur
poso of transferring to this side of the
river a special train of car which was ex
pected to arrive at hIkiuI five o'clock.
However, up to long after dark she had
not returned, and It was believed tho train
was dclayuJ, Wo understand parties In
teretled In the Mobile add Ohio
railroad have be.-n in the city nogo
tinting fur a stcamci to take
thu place of the Illinois to run between
Cairo and Columbus. We aIo under
stand that a boat his bean securod to try
it'for thirty days, and should the trade
between the two points ba sufficient to
warrant such a course, at the expiration
of that lime a definite contract will io t n
ttrad into, and the boat remain perma
nently iu the trado.
Havkiilt'h minstrels will make their
first appearance In Cairo to-night, at the
Athoneum. On Christmas afternoon the
troupe will give a grand matinee, and in
the ovenlng oloe with a big bill. The
minstrels aro thus mentioned by thu St.
The best minstrel company whieh ever
rliited St. 1'aul is now in the city and
performing at tho Opora House. Al
though it is too often the case that enter
tainments not aboro tho mediocrity are
given more than their just dues In newt
paper communis, it is nothing more than
slmplo justlco to state, that Haverly's
Minstrels present n variety of minstrel
taleat, tho superior of which has never
been displayed hero. At the Opera
House list evening?, which was uncom
fortably paekod, the display was such as
to keep a continual ripple of laughter on
the facoi of tho entiro audianco,
while thero wss an absolute
abienco of anything that would
offend the mot rlnical individual. It
would be difficult lo single out any two or
three actors and speak of their success,
because the combined etlnct was indeod
the happiest. Still it would bo an omis
sion to pass over the ajlngs and doings
of Fa) mto Welch, who is, in onosuo,
v. nion is nara to beat, wliile tho duet of
Canflold and Hooker and Uois and Kox
At the entertainment to-night the over
turo will be varied from that of last even
ing. Charles Howard will Illustrate the
plaintlvo lifo of the aged negro, and Ber
nardo will pcraonlfy negro female char
acter. Kapler, who, by the way. Is a now
man and an excellent ringer, and Morton,
aro booked for a couple of balUds.
To persona who delight In roinrtrelsy,
no bettor opportunity will ovor be a'f
forded for onoyment.
Hurrah, for tho Kxceliiorl
Tho propriotor wishes to announrc
to the public that he will giro n
Grand Turkkt and Ovhih
On Ciikistmah Err.
Corno ono 1 Co mo all 1 1
Como Everybody 1 1 1
Only $22 per month on and after Janu
ary 1st for day board at the St. Charles.
So.ir.Ti!iNO Nkw. I have imnroved
end perfected a new procssi by which tho
r-errotypo is brougm out equal to the best
I'hotographt, and moro durable. Copies
from paintings and engravings mado fully
oqual to tho original in appearance, the
lights and shades brought out with ru
markablo appearance, so that nothing
surpasses the beauty and .natural expros
tion of the picture. And in fact anr old
pictures aro copied by this process s'o as to
look as well or better than tho original
picture. Thoso having old pictures or
choice painting or ongravings for pres
ents, cannot do better than avail thom
selves of this remarkable Improvomont.
J. J. Thomas, I'liotocranher.
Corner of Eighth street and Commercial
Du. J. W. Hiuqman treats all dlsuatoa
that provall In this climate, but ho will
glvo special attention to diseases of tho
"bronchial tubos, lungs nnd their tis
sues." Bronchitis, bronchial and tubercu
lar consumption nnd pulmonarr anonleiv
treated by Inhalation of nobullzod fluids,
modicatod airs, gases, vapors and powders
Consumptives, although your disoaso
stands at the head of all disease?, both In
provalenco nnd fatality, thcro Is bono for
you yet. Cboor up. Ofilco hours from 10
a. m, until U p. in.
J. W. llRtaitAN, M. D.
OIIlco and resldonco Thirteenth street
between Walnut and CoJar, Cairo, III
P. O. box 820. 21dt&w4t
Mn. Maux 11ou.sk, tho woll-known
piano-tunor, will on tho first of next
month, establish, for tho benefit ef his
patrons, who pay Mm ton dollars n yoar in
advance for keeping thlor piano In tune, u
musical library which will contain noth
lug hut thocholcost music for new begin
nurs, advanced pupils and accomplished
players. Tho muelo will bo sent wtokly
frooof chargoto his customers, until Mr.
Holler has obtalnod what he Is altor, and
that Is h nice store. Yeeterduy ho re
coivod a largo number of now pieces of
the choicest music, which will tu distrib
uted among his patrons. 12-1 t-tf
Ovorcoats Chinchilla from $7 to $!, at
1'KtCK OunnsT Orrtcs:,
Monday Kvo., Doc. 'XI, I87J.
Tho change In the woathor predicted in
our last has como and winter has boon In
augurated in oarnest. It Is almost eorttin
that the balmy days of Indian summer
warmth which has boon the rulo lor somo
weeks past, aro now ovor. Snow fell on
Sunday night nnd rttll llngors on tho
roofs and tree topi. In a few days at
farthest we may look Tor tho freeze which
wlllcloso up tho river above us and mako
Cairo for tin wlnlor months, the head cf
navigation. Tho gonernl market is some
what dull, ami will probably con
tinue so until after tho holidays. (Quota
tions show little or no chango.
FI.OUU Heat grades aro In good de
mand j prices rango a previously quoted.
Wo nolo sales of C25 bbts various grades,
COO bbls A" XX, JO 3t0 76
WHEAT Nothing doing and price
nominal. No taloi reported.
CO UN The dimiMid is moderate with
no excess of tupply. Wo note sale of 2
cars whlto, In bulk, 67o; 2 car yellow 62;
1! car white, 05ej o car do, In bulk, Gts;
3 car do, sacked and del, RTc; 6 car
mixed, do, do, Ooc.
OATS Unlet. Tho tupply is fully
qnual to Iho demand. Sales comprise 2
car inlxwl, 49a j a cars white, 5(b ; 3 cars
HAY Is In largo supply and light de
mand. Sales wore 'I car pralrlo, Jll 50;
2 can Timothy, $10 60; 2 cars choice, flO
00 ilcars. common, $U 50.
HUT TEH Dealers report a fair supply
and prices unchanged. Sales wore b pigs
EGOS Dull and quiot, and market
oll supplied. Wo quote a pkgs, 25c.
OHICKENS-Qulet and unchanged,
nnd plenty on hand lo supply demand.
I'rice range from (2 60t oo por dcon.
W u note tales of 2 coops ii 75 ; 4 doxen
TUKICKYS-Aro in fair request for
Christmas eating, and brjne 10c per lb
COIiN MKAIi-b'nchangod. 100 bbls
Al'l'LES Thorois little doing in this
market. The supply Is large and demand,
xccpt for choice qualities, slow. Wo
quot- -lObblf, $1 755 60; 4 bbls, S3 60
l5; -obblschoicl, $1 50.
GAME Five doz quail sold at 11 per
doz, and 1 dor. rabbits at 51.
OIDElt Two bbls brought J8 500.
,,',i:l;sK 'ow York factory per lb,
SYltLIl'S The demand Is fair for
cholco at C0ctl por gal, and Now Or
leans at 7i(a)aoc.
I'LASTEKING HAIR-Tic per busbol.
I.I MI-In lots $1 10 toll 25 per bbl.
CEMENT At wholeialo 232 60 per
UUULAl'S 2 bushels corn, 9 ox
15jc; do 10 ox 16.'; 4 buthels oats iOc; 5
bushels '21c. '
SOAP Shaeffer' German mottled, Tic.
Chaaipaign soap, 7ic.
FHK1GHT Cotton, compressed to
Now York, 85c! to Hoston, $1. Unoom
pressed, to Now York. It 11; to Boston
UA.TRO To new Orloan and A'loks
f"tir.. l'P'. oto, 50a; pounil
wi; u&y , per ton; wn akey
St AO r... .ui ' ' J
Savr Monky ir you want frctlt end
Now York Iluckwhont Flour.
New Orleans Sugar.
Now Orleans Syrup.
OofToo bought boforo the advance
Forty pounds A sugar lor 15 00.
Toy Candy of all kinds
P.aislnsaud frosh Current,-.
Frsh Oysters :io cents a can, received
We will lor tho next 10 days toll goods
lower than ever, out of one of tho best
assorted general stocks in -Cairo, at
wuolesalo or retail. Uomo and seo us.
New York store, 100 Commercial avenue.
Mrs. M. J. Carson wishes to call atten
tion that sho has just rocclvod a neat as
sortmont of toys, notion and fancy good
on Comuiorclal avonuo between Ninoth
and Tenth streets. 1I-2W.
M A N U F ACT U K I N O J E WE LE K3.
Any ono wishing something made in tho
Jewelry lino for tho holidays will please
send In tholr orders as soon as poislblo to
h. & . Uudcr, manfacturine jewelers
cornor of Eignth streot and Washington
My conuKitlou with the St. Charles ho
tel as proprietor will cease on the lith
nst. Parties holding bills or accounts
against mo cr the St. Charles are request
ed to prticot them for settlement before
3t F. D. IttxroRD.
Two Jlatterics of two Hollers, each 24
foot long, 42 inch Dram, t! 14 Inch Flues
Ith flro fronts. Mud and Slcam drums
Safety and Mud valvos, Chimney and
liritcbln, all comploto and in first-class
ordor,'; been usod only three months. For
prico, otc, inquire of J. T. Uenmie,
SMK-tf. Vulcan Iron Work.
A NEW DKY GOODS STOKE.
Mr Samuel Hack will shortly occupy
tho house recently vacated by Mr.J. Hur-
gcr as a dry goods store. Ho will loavo
for Now York In a day or two, and pro
poses to lay In onu of tho lurgost and most
fashionable docks of dry goods ovor
brought to Cairo. Ho will lako advan
tage of the panlu to buy his goods, and ex
pects to be able to sell as low, if not lowor
than any other houso in tho city. He will
open hi tloro about the first of January.
PIANOS AND OUGANS.
'the only placo whore such Inslnnnonls
aro kept In stock In Southern Illnois, Is at
,. it W. Uuder's, corner Eighth streot
and Wuihlngton avonui. They koeo tho
colebrated Win. Knabo piano, used by
mo most prominent musician,,. Tim
Hatier piano and organ, also tho celebra
ted Yogol and Hughes orguns. Any
ono wirhing to surprise his family with
such an Instrumunt would do well by cull-
ng nt Hudor's, as they will makes rate
and terms moro liberal than dealors of tho
kino in lre eitiM !i.4ld
and departures for tho 21 hour ending at 0
p. ui. latieveninic:
Stoamer Illinois, Columbus
11 Jim Fisk, Paducah
" Arkansas Hello, Evansvlllo
" Arlington, Cincinnati
" Ja. Howard, New Orleans
Tow boat Keystone, Seller' minor,
Steamer Illinois, Columbus
" Jim Fisk, Paducah
" Arkansas Hollo, Evansvlllo
" Arlington, -Memphis
' Jat. Howard, St. Louie.
Tuts pat Evknino, Decetuber 23.
the in v ins.
Tho decline in tho Ohio since the dato
of last report baa been about tlx inches;
that ttreatu however, Is still full of drift
wood, and It it idw protty certain that
either tho Cumberland, Teunctsoe, or
Wnbash river r.ro rising.
The Mississippi Is declining rapidly,
and a bad channel In that stream may bo
looked for soon. Navigation abovo tho
mouth ol the Illinol tiveris precarious
on account of tho running ice. Tlioro Is
also coneiderablo ice running by St. Louis,
bnt nut In quantities sufficient to creato
Thero was no great amoiiut of activity
in business to-day. The numbor of arrivals
and departures was not so large as usual,
and but few boats received any considera
ble qurnllty of freight.
The weather has beeu warm and pteas
ant throughout the day.
The transfor steamer Illinois mado her
last run to Columbus last night, ami re
turns this morning to lay up, and tho II.
S. McComb will transfor the first train
from the Mississippi Contra! road this
Ills not yet sottlol what boat will tako
tho placo of tho Illinois, but tho F. P.
Graccy is talked of aud may he chosen.
Tho Mobile L' Ohio Itoad are bound
to keep up tholr Northern connection,
and will have Columbus packet.
Tho steamer Junius Howard brought
417 barrels of molasses and C53 barrels of
rice for rcshlpmcnt per O. J: V. Itnllrond.
Tho Arxansu Hello brought only 600
sacks of corn, 30 barrel of whisky and C
tons ot sundries.
The Arlington was only abjut half
laden for Memphis.
The Jim Fisk brought but a slim trip.
It was Swift's Iron and Steel company
of Cincinnati that stopped the sale of tho
iron steamer John T. Moore, at Now Or
leans. About SOO people wero assembled
to witness tho salo.
The steamer Continental was sold by
the United Statoi Marshal at St. Louis
Tho Paragon left Pitlsburg on tho 21st
She bad 700 tone, nnd was drawioc four
foes. Thomas Morris and John Korr will
pilot her to Cincinnati. Tho Wild Duck
is expocted to loavo Pittsburg fur Si'
Louis tills week. Tho Commit Is still In
tho hand of tho United States marshal. A
proportion of the Parogon's cargo consists
of 1,200 cases and 600 lmrrol of roflnod
oil for Now Orleans.
Vicksburg Herald, 20th. ,
Tho Natcber, Oti into Now Orleans
this trip with tho champion cotton trip ol
tho season. Sho had 4,695 halo when she
reachod Natcber., and had 370 bales await
leg hor there. The Hob Loo on leaving
here last evening had 3,600 bales, the
largest start any of tho boats have had
from here this season, and with her on
gagomonts btlow expected to go Into Now
Orleans with 5,500 bales. The Idea is to
flax tho Natchez, and it Is ouito nrobable
that tho champion will do it. A tele
gram to tho Uobt. K. Lee last night
ttatos that tho Natchex had arrived
at New Orleans with 5.511 bales, which
is tho biggest trip since tho war. Tbo
largest trip previously this soaton was tho
Lee's, 5,034, n fjw weeks ago. Tho
largest load last soason, nnd since the
war, except tho last trip of the Natchoz,
was takon Into New Orleans last Arril
by tho Exporter, nnd was G,.1l'.1 halei.
Tho largest cargo ever roccivfd in Now
Orleans was that of the Magnolia, Decem
ber 29, 1869, which was 0,537 balm. Tho
mostvaiuahlo cargo was by tho Empress,
in 1803, embracinc 4.900 bale, which, at
$1 CO per round, was worth about
At Cost. Having takon exclusive pos
session of my storo, to olote It out, I of
fer my onllre stock at wholosalo prices
at wholesale or retail; consisting lu part
of a large variety of cannod fruits, tpiees,
baking powdor?, sardines, lobsters, teas
and ovory article usually kopt In a first
class family grocery. Also wooden and
willow ware; a large assortment of tad-
dlos and hnrnoit, bits, bridlos, snaps,
brushes, whips, etc., eto. Tonus 6trictly
cash. All parsons indebted to mo aro re
quested to call and tcttU their accounts.
4w D. AltTKR.
Tiik barber shop is on thu cornor of
Eighth stroot and Commercial avenue
whero J. Goorgo Stlenhousu with his gen-
tl m inly assistants can bo found nt any
hour of tho day or night, ready to soothu
your feelings with a smooth shave, or cool
your tomper and head with a good sham
poo, It Is a Crst-clasa shop, and you aro
sure of rocnivlng first-class treatment.
Ladles' nnd children's hair cut or curled
after tho most approved style. 8-16-tf
Oca. IIkim, the barber, continues to do
business at the old stand ou Sixth street,
near Ohio levro. It is an acknowledged
fact that his shop Is ono of tho noatest in
the city, and hi holp aro all firet-rlass at
their business, For a real smooth, clean
shavo Holm's Is the placo to got It,
Notice Is hereby given that 1 will pay
no hills for goods sold to any of the em
ployes of TnK OAino IIullI.tin, either
or themselves or for tho nre of thn olilco
unluse tho saino aru furnished on an ordor
llgtied by Mr. Burnett or mytolf,
l'.'.20-ly .IntiK II. Oiirui.y,
P. Fitzgerald at his rooms, corner
Fourteenth streot an 1 Comuiorclal avo
nuo, offers lor alo Guinness' Porter fi
HaV ales aud puro Honiiotsy brandy,
and the genuine Acgosturo hitters, all
flrst-clats chidera cure. , Try them
7-1 "i tf
THE ST. OHAKLES HOTEL.
Tho undcrsignol having resumed tho
managoment of tho abovo hotel, trust by
strict attention to business, to tho wants
nnd comforts of their guests, to morlttho
ronowed favor of tholr old patrons and tho
travoling public In general.
ThoSalnt Charlos will atotico undergo
n thorough ronovatlon, and bo much Im
proved In all its appointments.
Good sample rooms and special rates for
All baggago for guests convoyed to and
from tho hotel freo ofchntge.
Juwett Wn-cos & Co., Proprietor,
SPECIAL LOCAL NOTICHS.
Heavy Under Shirts nnd Drawers at CO
cents each at Harttnau'.
Pull (tilt from $1 to $12 at Hart
man'. Latest stylo gvirts' hats. Irom SI to
St BO, at Hartmari's. U.'i'.i tf
I.AKtic all-wool tii-pound blankets at
54 25 per plr, at liartman's. 11.30 tf
Country knit a neks, alt wool, 35 tents
per pair, at darluum's. 11-29 tf
Tub Etiroposn hotel, Harry Walker
proprietor, i opon at all hour of thn
Huy your gilt edge butler, fresh vggJ,
Ac, of S. Patteron, cornor Ninth nnd
Walnut streets. !R-2w
Port OA and steam fitting go to Ken
nlo's Vulcan Iron work, Commercial
avenue, foot of Ninth street 0-10-tf
Huy your apple, cranberries and
onions, of S. Pattorson, corner .Ninth nt.d
Walnut stroots. 18-2w
All kind of garni constantly on hand
at Hurry Walkor', Commercial avonuo
between Sovenlh and Eighth street.
Eureka. Huy your beef, pork, sau
lago, lard, eorncd-beef and pickeled pork,
of S. Pattorson, corner Ninth and Wal
nut strcots. 18-2W
Nkw line of collerctter, ties, gloves
and hosiery this week at Stuart & Ghol
on'. For a good tquaro moil goto Harry
Walker' restaurant, Commercial avenue
holween Seventh and Eighth street, lm
Ten pounds of sugar lot nt Wilcox';
3J pounds of butter for $1 nt Wilcox's;
23 cents per peck lor po'.utoc at Wilcox's.
Hut your tlour, meal, beans, potatoes
turnips and cabbage, of S. Patterion, cor
ner Ninth and alnut streets. !8-2w
Wanted A storo or u part of one
on tho levoo, January UI, addrctr, with
lecntion and term.', Yahnai.i. Hutu.,
It St. Louis.
A choice lot of turkios, geese, chickens,
ducks, and hil kinds of wild meat, for ho!
Idad, at Pnttorson't, corner 'Ninth and
Tim )Hrtil lwti oJ iilrnr nflj Ilutld
ware; silver nnd plated spoons, knives
&c, ever brought to Cairo, can bo found
at K. & W. Hudor's, corner Kighth street
and Washington nvcntin. 12-ltd
Hos has on hand, and lor sahi a laree
citlantlty of oal; ami hlcknrv wood, nit mid
split, and ready for the stove. Abo all
kiiui ot coal which will bo delivered lu nur
part of the cltv on short notliT. I.mvh nr.
dew at coal yard, on Commerdal avenue,
oppoHo l.leventli street. Dec. Un
Thu annual meeting of tho fctockholders
of the Klrt National Hank of Cairo for the
election ol director, will bo held at the of
flco of said haul; in Cairo, on Tnesd.iy, Jim-
aary 1.1, IS, I, between tho hourt ol 10
9'clock a ni and 4. o'clock p.m.
CllAd. CtTNNiNOHAM, Cathler.
Oaiuo, 111., Decembor JO. 1ST I. td
PAIU'.NiS ATTENTION I
lla lug a larger stock of Youths', Hoys
and Children,,' Clothlic on hand than Is lieu
esh'iry for the Cairo market uud mi Idea ot
making th'" our last season u chlldieiis
clothing, we will sell our stock, (one of the
finest In the otitic), at N:w YoiiKCovrfortho
next thirty dayH. Parents wishing somo lino
clothing at low iljjures lor Holiday present,
can tlnd them (or salo iu tho above lot. 'I'M
Is no advertising dodge, but wo Intend to do
Just what wo say. Hem. tho riNi:sr mock
of Youi in', llu Vb' and Uitti.iir.KNs' Cloth
l Mi ever brought to tho stale outldj ol
Chicago at Nr.w Yoitic cost.
I. KAUNIIAKKIt A SON,
No. ill, Ohio I.csoe, 2d dour abovo l-'lrt
las his mammoth instrument shooting out
Imperial photographs lor Christmas prvsr-iits,
at Iho rate of one amluilto, l'eisou ilcsl-
rout of having a handsomely painted picture
and purely artistic in llitlth, should lvo
their orders lu sc.iion. Photographs ran be
made on cloudy daya cU:il to those on sun
slilnliiL' one nt
owing to the gigantic sky-llht, which can-
not be Miirpasscd In
NKW YOKK CITY.
Also on hand a fine assortment nl gold and
walnut frames. All are Insltcd to call and
examine. Portraits In oil up to life size and
mpiarellcs ol tho highest tluUh, for which
medals lnvo been awarded.
Oallory on Sixth street, between Com
inerclal and Washington avonue, Cairo,
Illinois, 12.1? If
E W AD VERTISEME1V
Manager .D. Hakciu
A Uriel Engagement ot
FANNY B. PIIICK
AtlPIYiftTCri TtV 1 lAVDnftfr natlms
V1UDAY EVENING, Dec, 20tl
Will be Presented tho Pleasing Drama .
I'nrquottc 7 i .
Family Circlu 60 C
Hi-served Seat In Family circle. .75 C
Kosorved Seats can ho procured at
Uartmau's, without Eitua CitAr.fic
Doors open at 7 o'clock ; Commencing
.A. TIT DEC IH3 T-T jB "U" 3
TWO NIGHTS AND CIIKISTMA
HicnnrNti.vv mid tiilji.sjay iu:
t Nnnt tiik jiaxaiikment (?
J. E. HAVEELY
STJtONGKlt IN MERIT,
Than Any .Similar Orgamz.-itkm
Introducing tho following ltee'lstor
WILL. H- MORTON,
CAiTPIELD and BOOKER.
America's Fnvorlto fr'ong and Dance
Tho Wonderful BERNARDO
D. L. lORRIS--Tho Great- -
Iu Uillch Spcclaltlc-f.
Superior Vocal Quartette,
BERNARD. RAPIER, RUSH BY
I'KOff. LVKilAIIT. IlAItltVilOltnAU. Ilr.NHV
-Mu.LKtt, ll. S. Oilsiibk, John IIkimib,
Oko. llnocir, Hakiiv J.awhi:nci., Uko.
US UAL Til ICE LIST.
Itjservcd Soat Tiekots six days In ad
vance at Dan. Hartman's store.
Gil AN D BALL
K0U(JU AM) KKADV I'lliC C0.11PAW
xmcBM 31. lava
The ISoilch and ltcadv Mro Comnsnv. In
keeping with a Ions established en,tmn will.
on Wednesday evening, (New Years esc)
glo their annual ball and supper. The
allulr will bo held iu their own hall nt tho
Tho Committee of Arrangements wlllleavo
nothing undono to make tliW one ot tho
mot unjoyalile occasions of tho season.
uoou music win bo in attendance.
NEW LIVERY STABLE
iiiTwnux WAsn'N avknuu ahb walnui
Dr. H. F. rioMs Informs tar pntilla that bo ba
n ttia uotlhwwt side of Tsath street as nam
HI BtMaj will to furniiiei with n-ut- Li if n
AND GOOD VEUIOLUS.
sid tho publlcmavbo ',omm'-lated at al
aura of the day aud tuuiT', safe teams
ou the lowet terms.
lr. Klc1' m!:s a aharo of public patronage
and v.'lll endeavor to tnorlt it by fair dealing
and strict attention " bu'ness.
E. ,1. A YXRS)
A.YKIiS & CO.,
liKNKHAL COMMISSION MEROHANTS
No. "fl Onto Lievitw, UAitto, Ilui.
OBSTACLES TO JlAURIAGK
Happy reiiet tor young men irom tuo et
foctaol errors and nouses In enrly life. Man
hood rektored. linnedlmeuts to marriage
removed, Nesv method of trealmcut. Now
and rciiinrkabla rcmedle. Hooks and clr
rularssent free, l sealed envelope. Ad-drci-x,
Howard Atsoelatlou, No. 2 South
Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa. au lntltu
tion lm vln;; a hlith reputation fur honorable
conduct and professional skill. 10-?l ditsvSin
T. X. KIMDltOUGII,
CaIIPEISTER & BUILDER
'l'putlMrcet ua Mktlta Avsmbii)-
jfSTAIl kind of JoVbtn v;ork doneoa
short noil -e, nndln goodi'r'e Leave or-
ujm at tne sr