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g, TIIE CAIRC-PAILYULLETIN, THURSDAY, Dl&EMBElt26 1873.
LOCAL WKATHF.lt REPORT.
OnBHWIIIl'B Ol'l ICK, 'CAIKO, HI.,
Desembor 23, 10:11 p.m., Jb"ii. J
llaroraelcr, HfcM 'degree".
Thermometer, Oft Atgrccn.
Wind uorthemt, Velocity I miles ltr
Maximum temperature lor last 'ii luur,
Minimum temperature Inr the last 2 1 hours,
Prevailing wind Tor lost 24 hour, north
Total number of mllcit traveled by wind
lurlnt? last 'U bourn, 1H.
Observer Slimal Service. U.S. A.
All citizen aro lierohy lmtlilod that on ne
count ol the prevalence ol small pox In Cld
:KO and other neighboring cities, the buard
of health deem It necessary to dUldc ttio
city Into three district and kavo appointed
tho following physicians fortius purpo-o ol
vaccinating ull portions who In their opinion
require vaccination. Dr. C. 11. Rvatn will
attond to tho district lying Ninth ol Ninth
troct. Dr. II. Wardner to tho dlntrlctlylng
between Ninth find Seventeenth street. Dr.
J. C. EulllVan to all that lurt of tlii! city ly
log north or Seventeenth Hrect. Tho phy.
hlclnnn hcroliy appointed bsvo Instructions
to report tho name ol ll persons refining
lo no vaccinated. Tho physician bsll also
collect from all person vaucluatcd, who nru
atiieto pay therefore, tbo uiu of icntv
live cents and thall nolo tho same In their
report to the board,
lly order of the board of health.
Jons Wood, chairman
CAIIiO. III.. IWamlirr 1 llti. 1S7.1. M)X,i
It you want froh
go to J. D.anonc, at tho Dexter Kxchangc,
No. JSC, Ohio levee. 12-Miii-
1DLEWILD MILLS-FUliSALi: CIlKAl
The above mllU.all In good running order,
will be sold very cheap on euy terms Ap
ply on tho premises. M. D. Ouxtki!.
A number one residence to runt. Light
rooms anil good wood hoinc. Situated on
'Hcventh strsct. Lately occupied by Mr.
Uogcy. Apply to
12-2w 5. v. JICKrud.
An nui.4(ii.. ht)J t ,, Vil
tlonal llank on Krlday, January 13th, 1ST!
to elect seven dlroctor or said banV.
lv A. U. HAyyor.n. caibler.
NOTICE On and alter Monday, Nou-tn-1cr
3, and through the w Inter, a warm lunch
will be spread at tho Thalia tateon, opposite
The Mullktlv ofiicc, at 10 o'clock a.m.,
everyday. All tbo dcllciclci or thu ccvon.
1m A. Jakceei., l'roprlctot.
KOI'. HALK A lirsUclas-s hotel in a good
locality In central part of tho city with a
good run of busbies. Keaon lor telling
aro satisfactory and will bo explained on ap
plication. Tho salo rouft bo completed on
or bclore the loth lnt. Apply to Vm
llrown, llrown'a hotel, corner Seventh street
and Washington avenue. til
SALK OK UNGLAIilL'D HAOOAOK.
All baggago held lor charges at thu St.
Charles hotel, and unclaimed provlous to
that date, Will bo sold at public auction ou
Friday the ,'iCth day of December, at 10
.I'M... t. am . .
11.25 sod F. D. ltuxroitp, Proprietor.
Cairo. UK, Dec. 8, 1STII.
To whom It may concern.
This li to certify that we the joint heir, ol
the estate of Dennis Mahony, have thit day
received from wm. KiichenuccKer. ngeti,
ot the Tentonli I.lfo inturanco company
ono thotuand dollar? in lull for policy ou
said Dconla Mahony. Accept our think,
for the prompt payment of tho above pol
Phillips and Brigs',
Corner Tenth antl Cummerclul.
NOTICE. I take this methed of Inlorm-
lug tli public that 1 havo returned to the
dty, and aimnow prepared to All order for
photograph at my Qallery, corner ol
J. J. THOMAS,
il'ho partncrrhlp hcrotoforo erNtlng be-
.w:n the undorh?ncd under tho name and
itIt ol Ayorn i Co., Is this day dIs?olved by
autr.al consent of tlie patties I'mom lu-
jcbtml to the lato II r 111 will maku payment
n 6. ti. Aycrs, who ulono U authorized to
Sjciolpt-for aamc. Tho buslncts will bo car-
Ui ah .p S I) .I'.rttllin nrtlin ktv n nfl in
ate Una. S. D. Aykus,
E. J. Avi'.itH.
Cairo, Ills., December 1, 1S":1. d-lw-wlra
The well-known business stand ol Custend
t I'rovo, at the moulhof CIcarcreok, Alex
,l...niinn lIMnilu .llil.tn.l In ..... ...
lia 11 nest agricultural dirtrlcU of the M'oA
ml will, n i'll.i-ilT.lill.li..,l tr nlu 'I'lil.n lll
0 lound ft rare opportunity for nu energetic
The prciultcs const of a storo 'JOX'IO foet
dwelling of eight rooms, well furnUhcd
ud conveniently arranged, good cisterns
nil all ncccisary out-buildings, and ono
era of land. Tonns liberal. Apply or
u.vw. . iviuumcruo i.aiiiuu, II1K.
veen wasiungion uvcnuo ami ro unr
rcpt,U prepared to make booU ami kliucs
tho latest and moat lushlonablo stylcti.
e win mane mom 10 uruer, om or now
ylcs to Milt cuhtomcrs, out of tho best and
oiliest stock, of which ho nlwuyii Jhasla
tod aupplyon hand from which to make
lOUlluiiB. 4... u. uuuin .11111 BiiuiiM
tH. Iiv M. Ii'hlfiru la .lrt.in l.i l.lj
(re him a call, and bo will give you
With great care, by 11 process entirely his
(I. . iivu lm iimuii.il lu (.AliLl IIUI1I
I ol Its characteristic flavor, and place In
cat Htrength am perfect purity.
For any flavor that miy bo wanted for
c, wo recoinmond Dr. 1'rleo'n Special
avorlngs, uud feel Hiiro that Ilko liUCol-
ruicu WTuam naKing rowiicr, will glyo
rfoot latUfaetlon. Thero U no imposition
Uuie articles. dAwlw.
CAIRO LOCAL news. J
At 8:30 p. m. yesterday n cbango was
mado In tho running tlmo of trains on tho
Illinois Conlral railroad. Hnroaflor trains
on that road will orrivo and depart as fol
Mall, daily except Sunday, 2:1G a. in.
KiprcH, " 11 1:50 p.m.
.Mall, dally except Sunday, i!:S0 a. rn.
Kxprwi, " " " 3:03 p.m.
Sun and Ua.ze.lto plcaio sopy
Titr. Holcn D'Ki'.o troupo porfortn In
Cou.vtiiy Unit fockn, four pain for one
dollar ul llartmnn't. If
Tirr. public pohoola Invo leon adjourned
until tho fir.t Holiday In January.
Piit-ci.ak! day board at aceond-clam
ratoj at tho Hulnt Coirlci hotel. M-'Jt.
Ukni'.V CAiiTK.it i.tid tovoral ether
.Mound City goritlomen wero down to
Kl'laubi-Al. Ciiukoii. I hriatmni ecr
vlcmwlll bo hold nt It Church of tho
I'odccmr on Kouttoeinh alreet nt 11
o'clock this morning.
J.Ainr.), 11 you. wish to know what to
git fur your huabacds holiday prusont,
buy ii pair of tho'o hatidiomo clipper at
Klllott ti Ilaythorn'i. 18-1 w
Thk aleauier Illinois has laid up. Hho
js male fast to tho bank juit bulow tho St.
Charier Hotol. 1 ho ilcatncr I'. 1'. Oraccy
will lircnftor bo tho Cairo and Columbus
Ix accordanco with our uiual custom,
wo will Iouo no papiir Irom this ofllco to
morrow morning Our cinployos, liko
moit other people, diro to havo this day
Mn. Jaook Waltiib, the butcher, whoao
shop Ii on Kighth atrttot, near Commer
clal avonne, will accept our thanka for o
aplendld pork roatt, prepared in tho
"latest HUd ir.ott approved atyle."
TllK l"lnt cramlttco of inembera of tl.
city council and cltlzms to "lay Cairo be
foro tho world at it manufacturing point,"
met again yosturday afternoon, but ud-
journcd without taking any actios.
Ob.vtlkma.v dotirium of roomlnL- to
gcthur cuu ttccoinoOnted with rooms on
tho upper floor of the St. Charles at low
flguroi. To tho:o who will furnish their own
roonu r. still further rodueiir.n will l
Tub children of St. Patrick's church
will bo troaied lo a c;ood tlmo at the
church this afternoon. A splendid Christ
mas trco with proients for tho littlo ones,
and a fostival with music, Ac, U on the
programme. Tho public generally are in.
A laiicik nml oomplotn stock of drv
goodr, clothlni'. boon and allocs und crock-
sortmuntof holllday toys and fancy goods.
Call and soo beforo purchailng elsewhere,
at Harttnan'a. 11-23 tf
Trie tale of rciorvod seals for tho Fanny
Prlco entertainment on Friday evening
will commonco this morning at Hart
man'a atote. Tlrj troupo will arrive this
ovoning or in tho morning, hot them
havo a full hous-j on Friday night. Thoy
Tun rcaiera of Tin: Uullitlv will ex
cuso tho small amount of reading matter
published this morning, ai four of the
young men connected with the nowipupur
department of tho paper, loft tho city yei
terday for thoir homos to spend Christmas
with their friends.
Letters deposited ia tho vttrious lotlor
boxes about tho city after 12 o'clock to
day will not bo taken out beforo Friday
morning. Business men who have cor
respondence which thoy desiro to got into
tho mails to-day or to-night thould drop
them Into tho boxes beforo noon.
1!. J 0x13, fashlonablo boot and hoo
raitkor. Cork iolef, Scotch bottonn, and
tho latest Improvements In tho lino uf his
business. Only thu best una most com
petent workmen einployod, and all wotk
warrantod to bo flrstelass in ovory respect.
Shop on Commercial avunuo, near corner
of Tenth etroot. 10-7
At kftlf-past six o'clock on Friday even
ing tho Chrlslmai festival of tho Sabbath
school of tho Church of tho Kedceraor
willbehuld. As our Episcopal friends
always do everything woll, tho publlo may
rest assured that tho festival will bo a sue
oeis. A magnificent Christmas tree and
oxccllotit musio aro among tho attrac
tions. Tits mumbers of tho Sunday school of
tbt M. K. Church will have a grand gath
ering of tho lltllo ones at tho church in
this city this cvoning at sovun o'clock.
Tho uxcruisus will consist In Instrumental
and vocal music, speeches, dlaloguos, and
a grand Christmas troo and u distribution
of gifts among tho children. Bosides,
thero will bo ft pic-nlo eupper,so to speak,
of c,ftkoi, candles, autf, etc., in abundance.
A big crowd and a good tlmo is expoctod.
Hotel to I.kt. Tho Courthcuso Ho
tel, locatod on Twontieth street, botwocn
Washington nvenue and Poplar stroot, in
good ropair, and in ovory way deslrablo ns
a hotel otand and bonrding-houso, con
taining ninoteon rooms, wood-shod, all
other necessary outhousos, lino colUr, &c.i
will bo let upon application to Jacob
Klein, nt his brick yard, noar tho Missis
elppl lovce. i.4 8t
Tub young folks of tho Prosbvtorian
church had ti ploasant tlmo at tho church
last evening. A tempting feast of cakos,
candies, nuts, etc., was spread in abun
dance. Spocohoa and niuslo wero also
among tho foaturo. of tho occasion, It
was a ploasant and long to bo remember-
od occasion. Tho Christian church oa
Eighteenth etrtot was also tho sceno of a
similar feast last night. Everybody pres.
ont w.i'JiBppy, and wont away fooling
wai.'1 good to have b(wn there"
U.NIA' por tnunlh on and after .lariu-
nry lit for day board nt the St. Chnrlos.
.... tyt. i ,
: Gvf. Ur.t'tffttit barber, contlnuo lo do
liusltKtis at tho old stand on Sixth street,
near Ohio lovco. It is ati acknowledged
fact that Ma ahop Is ono of tho neatest in
tho city, and his help aro all flrst-class at
tUo'r business. For a real smooth, clean
shave Holm'4 il tho place to get It.
Santa Olau visited Prof. Appol'a
school last night with r. wagon full of
proconts for tin pupils; and tbore was a
really Jolly tlmo nmon(j them. Thoy sang,
and rocltcd original and selected pieces
and eat confectlonarlcs, etc., In tho jolllcst
mannor posilblo. AVo could not under
stand tho Professor's speech, but vie know
it wan a good one. Tho Professor couldn't
mako n Lad one. Ha is a success as a
teacher, too, and has madn his school ull
Its friend could wish it to bo.
Tiik barber shop is on tba corner of
Eighth street and Commercial nvonuo
where J. (leorgo Stlenhouso with his gen
tlemanly assistants cn bo found at ony
hour of tho day or night, ready to sootho
your feelings with a smooth ebavo, or cool
your temper and head with a good sham
poo. It Is n flrit-clasa shop, nnd you aro
suro of rceeivin;; first-class treatment.
Ladies' and children's hair cut or curled
after tho most approved stylus. 8-16-tf
Tim Mrst through train on thn Missis
sippi Central railroad loft this city at six
o'clock last ovoning. Tho train consisted
of two passenger coaches and mail and
baggage ear. At three o'clock it was
bsckeddown to tho Illinois passenger de
pot, where- a largo quantity of oxpross
mit'.or and considerable baggago was taken
on. This dono tho train was taken back
to tho incline plain and put aboard tho
transit boat II. S. McCotnb, which trans
ported It to the terminus of the Minis
lippi Central. To-day tho McComb will
transfer a numbor of freight enrs, con
taining freight shipped from Chicago to
partlos in "ow Orloans, and will go
through to lu destination without break
nnisTMAh will soon bo at hand, and
people bi commencing to think what
presents they want for tbalr wives, pa
rents, children, friends, etc. If any ono
can't mako up his mind, wo would advise
our friends to call at E. & W. Jluder's
jowclry store, corner of Eighth street and
Washington aveno, snd thoy will bo suro
to Ond something to suit, for they aro
rocoiving now goods daily especially
adapted for the holiday trado. From tho
finest watchos and sets of jewelry to the
smallest children's oar-rings. Tbo sarao
in rings. Tho finest tea sets, pitchers,
cistors, buttor dishes, &c, to tho utnallcst
teaspoon. Ornamental and plain clocks,
gold, silver and Ivory headed canes, and
many othor articles too numerous to men
Dn. Joilsaox, a hommpathist physi
cian of this city, left homo last Thurs.
P.?.tor..t'10 PUrpoio of collolw
tiinti puiiib i..r.v..j uun tiitu irurn uar-
tles living in Kentucky opposite this city.
hon he loft he stAtod that ho would ro
turn tho same evening, and certainly not
later than the next morning, llut, up to
last night he had not returnod and his
family and friends in this city, though a
thorough search has boon mado havo fail-
od to learn any tidings of him or which
will account for his continued absenco. It
is feared that ho has been tho victim of
foul play. Tho fact that numerous stran
gor, and among them not a few "hard
case," daily cross tho river from this tide
for tho purposoof "footing south," lends
weight to tho suspicion that ho has mot
with foul play.
The Havorly minstrol troupo gavo their
first p:rfnrmatco in this city last night to
a woll flllod house. Tho troupe Is bey.ond
doubt tho best of the kind that has visited
this city in years. Mr. D. L. Morris, ia
his colobratod court nee no kept tho audi
onco in a porfect roar of laughter. Messrs.
Go! and Fox, grotoiquo 6ong nnd daneo
artists, oltcited round after round of np
plsuso, which woro richly dosorved. Can-
field and JJookor, woro also frequently 011
csred. Whoro all did so woll it is di 01
culttoslnglo out individuals for special
niontlon. Thero is ono feature of tha on
tortalnmonts of this company desorving of
special montion, and that la tho cntiro ub
senco of anything that partakes of the na
turo of vulgarity. From tho boginuing of
tho performance- to its conclusion thero
was not n word or action on tho part of
any membor of tho company that could In
any way oflond tho most sonaitlvo naturo
or refined tasto. For tho accommodation
of thoiowhocaunotatteud In tho evening,
the company will give a matinoo at 2
o'clock this aftornoon. This ovenlng they
glvo thoir last performanco in this city,
when a full houio may bo oxpoctod.
Somcthi.vo New. I havo Improved
nnd porfeetod a now process by which tbo
Forrotypo is brought out equal to tho boat
Photographs, nnd more durablo. Copies
from'paiutings and ongrnvings mado fully
equal to tho original in apponranco, tbo
lights and shades brought out with re
markable appearance, bo th'at nothing
surpasses the beauty and natural expres
sion of tho picture. And in fact any old
plctures(aro copiejl by this process so ns to
look as woll or bottor than tho original
picture Thoso having old pictures or
ohoico paintings or engravings for pros
onts, cannot do bottor than avail thom
selvcs of this remarkable improvement,
J. J. Thomas, Photographor,
Cornor of Eighth stroot and Oommorciul
Hurrah, fur tho Excelsior I
Tho proprietor wishos to nnnoun:o
to the public that ho will glvo n
Gkand Turkey and Oyiiter
On OllllMTMAS Kvk.
Coma one I Coma all 1 1
Come Kvorybodyl 1 1
It Ukouus Lattskr.
Ovoreoals Chinchilla frou-7 to f9, at
and departures ror tho 21 hours ending ato
p.m. last evening:
Steamer F. P. Gracoy, Kvansvlllo
" .Mm Flsk, Paducah
" Illinois, Columbus
" City of Chester, St. Louis
" llolle of Memphis, Momphls
Snag boat S. II. Long, St. Louis
Steamer F. P. Orncoy, Columbm
" Jim Flsk, Paducah
" City of Chester, Momphls
11 Hollo of Momphls, St, Louis
Snag boat S. H. Long, Mound City
Tow boat Lioness No. 2, Loutsvlllo.
Wkdnksday ovenlntr, December 21.
Til E RtVEnS.
Tho Ohio nvorcontlnuos to decline; also
Tliero was no improvement in tho con
dition of huslncss. Tho weather was ex
ceedingly pleasant throughout the day.
Tho Arkansas Hello laid over hero to
ttko the D'Esto Dramatic Troupe to Pa
ducah. Tho Lioness No. 2 took two empty
barges' to Louisville.
Ihosoag boats. II. Long arrived hero
yeatorday, aud will lay up until tbo river
Tho Jim Fisk brought out a fair trip.
After tho holidays It is expectod
froights will arrive moro plentifully, as
shippers aro holding back until that tlmo.
Mrs. M. J. Carson wishes to call atten
tion that sho has Jmt roccived a neat as
sortment of toys, notions and fancy goods
on Commercial avonuo between Nineth
and Tenth streets. 13. 2w.
My connection with the St. Charles ho
tel as proprietor will ceaso on tho 11th
int. Parties holding bills or accounts
against mo or tho St. Charles aro request
ed to present them for settlement beta"
3t x". p. ItErroRp.
Two Uatlories of two Boilers, each '2i
feet long, 2 Inch Dram, W 14 Inch Fluos
with flru fronts. Mud and Steam drums
Safety and Mud valves, Chimnoy and
Hritchin, all comploto and In first-class
orderj been used only three months. For
price, etc., Inquiro of J. T. Rewnie,
t)-23-tf. Vulcan Iron Works.
A NEW DRY GOODS STORE.
Mr Samuel Hack will shortly occupy
tho house recently vacatod by Mr. J. Bur
gor as a dry goods store. Ho will loave
for New York in a day or two, and pro
poses to lay in ono of tho largest nd most
fashionable stocks of dry goods over
brought to Cairo. Ho will tako advan
tage of tho panic to buy his goods, and ox
poets to be able to sell as low. If not lower
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
Tho only place where such instruments
aro kept In stock in Southorn Ilinols, Is at
x . Aluders, corner Eichth stroet
and Washington avenus. They keop tho
colobratod Wm. Knabo piano, used by
tho most prominent musicians. The
Bauer piano and organ, also the celobra-
tod ogol and Hughes organs. Any
ono wishing to surpriso his family with
such an instrument would do woll by call
ng ot Ruder's, as they will makes rates
and terms more liberal than dealers of tbo
kind in large cities. llMtd
Save Money ir you want fresh and
New York Iluckwhoat Flour.
jer Orleans Sugar.
Hew Orleans Syrup.
Coffee bought before the advance.
Forty pounds A sugar for $5 00.
Toy Candy of all kinds
Raisins and frosh Curronts.
Fresh Oysters 3o cents a can, received
Wo will lor tho next 10 days sell goods
lower than over, out of ono of tho best
assorted general stocks in Cairo, at
wholesalo or retail. Como and sen ua.
Now York storo, 100 Commorolal avenuo.
Mk. Marx Roller, tho woll-known
piano-tuner, will on tho first of next
month, establish, for tbo benofit f his
patrons, who pay him ton dollars a year in
advance for keeping thior piano In tune, a
musical library which will contain noth
ing but the cboicost music for new begin
non, advanced pupils and accomplished
players. Tho musio will bo sent weekly
froo of charge to his customers, until Mr.
Honor has obtainod what ha Is aftor. and
that Is a nlco storo. Yesterday lie ro-
ceivod a largo numbor of new pieces of
tno choicest music, which will be distrib-
utcd umong his natrons.
At Cost. Having takon oxcluslvo pos
session of my storo, to closo It out, I of
fer my entire stock at wholcialo prices
at wholoialo or rotail ; consisting In part
of a largo variety of cannod fruits, splcos,
baking cowdorf. sardines, lobsters, teas
nnd ovory article usually kopt In a first,
class family grocory. Also woodent and
willow ware; a largo assortment of sad
dles and harness, bits, bridlos, snarir.
brushes, whips, etc., eto. Terms strictly
cash. All porsons indebted to mo aro re
quested to call and settle their accounts.
Iw JO. Arter.
Any ono wishing something mado in tba
jowolry lino for tho holidays will pleaso
sond In thoir orders as soon as posslblo to
h. a w. uudor, miinfacturlhg Jowelera
corner of Elgnth street and Washington
Tin: largest stock ot silvor and plated
ware; silvor and plated spoons, knlvas
&c, ever brought to Cairo, can be found
at K. & W. Ruder's, cornor Eighth streat
aud Washington avenue. liMtd
TIIE S1V CHARLES HOTEL.
Tba undsrslgneJ having resunud ,ho
management of tho above hotel, trust by
strict attention (0 business, to the wants
and comforts of their guests, to merit tho
renowed favor ot their old patrons and tbo
traveling publlo In goneral.
The Saint Charlos will at onco undergo
a thorough renovation, and bo much im
proved in all its appointments.
Good sample rooms and special rutci for
All baggago for guests conveyed to and
from the hotel froo of cbargo.
Jewett Wilcox Si Co., Proprietors.
SPECIAL LOCAL NOTICES.
Heavy Undor Shirts and Drawors at f0
cents each at Hait'.nan's.
Latest stylo gents' hats from $1 to
SI 60, at Ilartman's. ll-2tf
Full suits from U to $1'J at Hart
man's. Lakoe all-wool six-pound blankols at
St US per pair, at Ilartman's. 11-29 tf
Country knit socks, all wool, 35 cents
per pair, at Ilartman's. 11-29 tf
Tns European hotol, Harry Walker
proprietor, is opon at all hours of tho
night. 11. Mm
Buy your glltodgo buttor, fresh eggi,
&c, of S. Patterson, corner Ninth and
Walnut streets. 18-2w
For oab and steam fitting go to Ren
nlo'a Vulcan iron works, Commercial
avenue, foot of Ninth street 9-10-tf
Buy your apples, cranberries and
onions, of S. Pattorson, corner Ninth und
Walnut strcots. 18-2w
All kinds of gamo constantly on hand
at Harry Walkor's, Commercial vonuo
botwoon Sovonth and Eighth stroots.
Eureka. Buy your boef, pork, sail
sago, lard, coruod-bcef and plcknled pork,
of S. Patterson, corner Ninth and Wal
nut streets. 18-2W
New lino of r",i Ic gloves
..j uosiory this week at Stuart & Ghol
sou's. For a good squaro mo&l go to Harry
Walker's restaurant, Commercial nvenue
botwoon Sovonth and Eighth street, lm
Ten pounds of sugar for $1 at Wilcox's;
3J pounds of buttor for 1 at Wilcox's;
25 cents per peck lor potatoes at Wilcox's.
Bcy your flour, moal, beans, potatoes
turnips and cabbage, of S. Pattorson, cor
ner Ninth aud Walnut streets. 18-2w
Wanted A storo or a part of ono
on the levee, January 1st, address, with
lecation and terms, Yarnali. Bros.,
It St. Louis.
A choice lot of turkios, gcose, chickens,
ducks, and all kinds of wild moat, for hol
idays, at Patterson's, corner Ninth and
Walnut etroot s. 18-2w
P. Fitzgerald at his rooms, corner
Fourtoonth street and Commercial avo-
Bass' ales and pu'ro
and the renulna Asgosturo bittors,
Urst-class cholera cures. Try them
Notiox Is hereby given that I will pay
no bills for goods sold to any of tba om
ployos of Tn Cairo Bullktin, either
or thomsolves or for tho use of tho olllco
nnloso the tamo aro furnished on an ordur
(tgned by Mr. Burnett or myself.
li2-20-ly Jonif H. OnKBLT.
Dn. J. "V. Bhioman treats all disoases
that provail In this climate, but ho will
glvo special attontion to disoascs of tho
"bronchial tubos, lungs and thoir tis
sues." Bronchitis, bronchial and tuborcu.
lar consumption and pulmonary apoplexy
treated by inhalation of nobullr.od fluids.
medicatod alri, case?, vapors and powders.
Consumptives, although your dlscaso
stands at tho head of all diseases, both in
prevalence nnd fatality, tboro Is hope for
you yot. Cheor up. Olllco hours from 10
a. m. until 3 p. rn.
Oflico and resideneo Thirteenth elrcot
botween "Walnut and Colar, Cairo, 111
O. box 8'J0. 21-dwt
PARENTS ATTENTION I
Having a larger stock of Youtlib', Iloya
and Chtldrcni' Clothing on.hand than U ncc
cssary ror the Cairo market and an idea ol
making this our last season n children
clothing, wo will sell our Mock, (ono o( tho
finest In thetatc),at NkwYouk Cost for tho
next thirty days. Paronta wishing bomo lino
clothing at low Ugurcs for Holiday presents,
can find them for sale in tho abovolot. This
Is no advertising doilgo, but wo intend to do
Just what wo say: Skli, tho ti.nhst hTOCK
ofYounii', lloYs'anJ Ciiilhuk.ns' Ci.otii
ino ever brought to tho ntato ouUldo ol
Chicago at New Yoiik cost.
I. FARNUAKKK & SON,
No. (il, Ohio Lovce, Ud door above Fir.it
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE
Happy relief tor young men from the el
fectaot errors aud abuses In narly life. Man
hood rimtorod. Impediments to marrlago
removed. Now method of treatment . New
and remarkable romedles. Books and clr
julars seut free, lu sealed envelopes. Ad
dress, Howard Association, No, 2 South
Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa. an institu
tion having a high reputation for honorable
oouduct and professional skill. 10-2!) tl&wSm
Rom ha on hand, nnd lor a.l n iirro
quantity of oak and hickory wood, cut and
split, anil rnadr far tho ctovi. Attn nil
kinds of coal which will bo delivered In any
part or tno city on short notice. Leave or
ders at coal yard, on Commercial iivgmio.
oppotlto Eleventh Hrppt. Dec. Mm
The annual mooting of tho stockholders
Sf the Fln,t National llank of Cairo for tho
election 0! director will bo held at tho of
flVoor said bans! In Cairo, on Tuesday. Jan
uary in, 1871, between tho hours ot 10
o'clock a.m and I. o'clock p.m.
CHA8. Ci'NNINoham, Cashier.
Cairo, 111., December 10, 1671. td
has his mammoth Instrument shooting out
imperial photographs for Christmas presents,
at the rato of 0110 amlimto. Persona dcsl
rotn of having a ban lnomely painted plcturo
and purely article tn finish, should clvc
their order In season. Photographs can be
mado on cloudy days CTUal to thoso 011 sun
shining ones nt
owing to tho gigantic slsy-lbjlit, which can
not bo rurp.if i-cd in
NEW YORK CITY.
Also on hand a lino anortmcnt of gold and
walnut frames. All are lntlted to call and
oxamlne. Portraits In oil up to life size and
aquarelles ol tho highest finish, for Which
mcdanjjavo been awarded.
s-H . I .1 . ...
uiiiirr- on cixm sirooi, Dclwccn Com
nerolal and Washington avenue. Cairo,
imnoi!. 12-10 tf
X" t ii "X if ia tt "ii
Manager D II a
A Uriel Engagement ol
FANNY 13. PJRIOE.
BUrPoRTEI) 1IY A l'oWEUrUL COMr.lNY.
v.....li jivr-NLNO, Dec, 20tli,
Will be Presented tho Pleasing Drama en
Parquctto 75 Cts.
Family Circlo so Cts.
Reserved Seats in Family circlo... 75 Cts.
Boxes $ I 00
Rcsorvnd Seats can bo procured nt 1).
Ilartman's, without Lxtra Ciiai.oe.
Doors opon at 7 o'clock; Commencing at
GRAND .13 ALL
ROUGH ASH READY FIRE COMPANY
DECEMBBB 31. 1873
The llotlli and Ready Flro Company, in
frfrnVw.in'Mj o''vil,o.ibGtl -s9 Villi
"!'", "if.'r n,"",,in! ,Jal1 ft,1l supper. The
atla r will be held in their own fa'ill at tlio
The Coiniiilttco of ArrnngemoiiN wllllcnvo
nothing undone to maku thN one ol niu
liiijujuiiiu iirrniiun ill ma HCUSOIl.
Good music will ho in attendance.
-A. 1? lEi "T IEE1 U' jMZ
TWO NIGHTS AND CHRISTMAS
WEIKIil,Y nti.l TIIOIl..Y lE.
SI .V S3.
r.vnnrt tiik .manaoksikst or
J. H. HAVEHLY
LAK0HK IN NUMBER :
STllONGEIt IN WEKIT,
Tlmu Auy .Similar Organization.
Introducing tho lollowlng Itcglstcr :
WILL. H. MORTON.
CAUFIELD and BOOKER,
Amerlca'i Favorite Song nnd D.mco
Tho Wonderful 3.EKNA11DO
D. L. MOllKIS-.Tlio Great--
In Dutch Speeialtlo.
Superior Vocal Quartette,
BERNARD, RAPIER, RUSHBY
and BAsat r r.
ORCHESTRA -Sihi Talented Musicians
PltOC. KCKIUltT. IlAUUV .MoitHAI'. IlK.NltV
.MIl.I.KU, 11. 5. (llI.siutK, .lou.v llkii.iit:,
Oi:o. lluucir, ll.utitv Lawim-aci:, duo.
USUAL PJUOE LIST.
ItPhurvi'd Seat TickuU tlx ilavH In nd.
vancu at Dun. Ilartman's ktnrc.
T. N. KIMHltOUGlT,
CAItPENTER & BUILDER
lentklMriwt unit WtuUlBttm J.vcuue.
riTAll kinds or lobbius work done on
iWt notice, und in goodityls Lcavo or
Uar;t the shop.
Tbo bandfomest, nnd one of the bent and
.mm umcrioiningoi tno monthlies.
a illustrated monthly or
POPULAR LITERATURE AND SCIENCE
TIIE NEW VOLUME,
coMMExma wmi ttik January issue,
Will bo rcplcto with tho
MOST ATTRACTIVE FHAtfURES
It In llin IntnnlUn nf.l, l...i.
-...(,,.. .,u . ituuu iv muuei 01 nierarr .
tvi.ii.iiiLa uAueiitijL'n. anil tciiii ima
i.i . . . """ '" uo "CKiBieu which f
--.y... v.. vi.pi.ui v iii i;uuiuianu m ren
der each Issue an agrccablo and Instructive
win j'wiiumm sji
rt. -....ti...i . . . .
. ..u V.UIHUUUIHHU now on nanu, orppe
clal y engaged, cmbraco an unsually attract- ,
lvollstol ' '
Taics, Short Slorlog, XnrrnliTCs, De
scriptions, Skclclicc Pnpprn on
hcicnci! nnd Art. Poem, Popu
lar Essays. Literary Crit
BY TALIMTED A'H wct.r.TVnwv wnt tkh.
.. - - - - 1
together with a varloty of nblo and Interest
ititf article on tho Important qucUlons of
tho day. In addition to tho shorter artlcies,
FATTK ACTIVE SERIAL WORKS
Will appear in Xiitincott's Maoazixc
during tho year. Auionj them Is
A POWERFUL NEW STORY,
IIV GEORGE MACDONAL1), LL. .,
Author of "Aleo Forbc?," "Robert Fal
coner," etc ,
which will bo commenced, without f.ill, In
the February number.
These production aro confidently believ
ed to bo m.iitcrptnccH of their uutliors.
aboundliiL- lu Incident ami humor, in
striking characters mid dramatic Mtuutlons.
A lars;n amount nf npaco will bo devoted
to OUR MONTH LY GOSSIP, which will bo
enriched with short anil lively articles on
persons or note, lucldontt of tno day, and
other novel or iimii-ln topicn.
A tan I'roportlon o" articles, one
.uny those ilrii"-'vool trjivel, will bj
Jl:ltr:l7lnn rl I rnnvMtiitn mi. Ar I . . .
Is for Sale by nil Periodical Dualors.
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Plnsle Number, rents. Liberal Clubbing
It.ited. FI'kci.mkn Nfjtnr.n, with Premium
1.UI, mailed on receipt or ) cents.
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713 nil J 717 Jliirlicl .St., I'hll mlclpliln.
OFFICE AXD 1'ARD:
Tenth Street, between Watklngton and
A largo supply or PltUburg and Big
Muddy coal cjiutantly ou linnil, Stovo
wood sawed to order. Orders ror ceal or
wood should bo lo!t nt the othca ou Tenth
tarcet. Tnrnn. aali on delivery.
coa costiuci with ininn uriru aid sairua
rut CwjIbr (ae MiU
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Aoi the oolobr&tod lUumuutin
unos-5'LaiLDiNo cou ilxu-sr. cou
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LlCAO, I.1NSKE1I Oil.
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