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LOUAL WEATHER REPORT,
OUSBIlVRU'a Ol-PltiK.'CAIHO, 1
December '27, 10:11 p.m., Ja73. 1
Barometer, 00: 1 !) degrees.
Thciinomoter, 20 degree.
Wind northwest. Velocity 8 mile per
It .Maximum temperature lor last 21 hour,
Li Minimum temperature tor tho Iast2l liouri,
Bf 4 degree.
" Prevailing wind for last 2) hour, north.
K Total number of miles traveled by wind
Jring lait'll hour, 2UI.
J5 Observer Hli;nal .Hcrvlco. II. H. A.
i All citizens arc bcroby notified that on ac-
tl lit ol tho prevalence ol snwll pox In Uii
igo and other neighboring cltlc, the beard
If health deem It necessary to divide the
u ... I I -I.... t..i.. r.. .. 1 1. ,.l
IU IMIIVI.IIIK VIIIBtVIUII. ' "tw ...
lcrlimt in? all nrr.nns WHO in llllir oniiiinii
tnml In llm illklrtit Kin if south ol N'lnth
rn.T. lip. . vv nrn nnr in I in. 111.1 ni'L I villi?
'tween Mnth i
C. Sullivan to
i anil Seventeenth tdrects. Dr.
i to nil that part of tho city ly-
. nnrl i nr Km
' .Seventeenth direct. The phy-
wn ... - - -. -.
Kiam ucrcuy appointed nao instruction
4! report tho name ol all persons n-f iiiiImk
J be vaccinated. The physician ball abo
-wllert frritn all rifti-tnii. l.'irrlnnfnil. YVIin iilil
c cents anil thall note the tamo In their
I fort to tlm hoard.
i i.j uiuui ui miu uuaiu in iiuuhii.
r John Wood, chairman.
. If you want fresh
f to J. D.Zanonc, at the Dexter Exchange,
:ri.iwii.i) mills-forsali: ciikai.
Jl'hu abovo mills. a'.l Incooil ninnliiL' order.
f!l bo told very cheap on easy terms. Ap-
on the premise. M. I). (iTnteii.
,. . nliili Attn l-ii.Mnd.n In rtilif I Ii.lit
ra-.u- ..- ,"-
.tenth rtrt. Lately occupied uy iit:
,Ky. Apply to
.i'iw a. w. .UKi:.m..
I r.l.vcTKI.N NOTICE.
...... ..lift... i...
- ui etui; tint 11 iua u ; i u t w titu vi;
ial Bank on Friday, .January 13th, 1ST,
r I set en directors of fald bank,
lw A. It. fi.M'roui), ca-hlcr.
CI.OTICB On and alter Monday, Nov cm-
:i. and through tho winter, a warm lunch
'I be spread at tho Thalia Kiloon, opposite
ft: IIL'LLKTIV otllrn. at 10 o'clock a.m..
J. day. All the delicacies of tho season.
i?M 1m A. Jaeckki., Proprietni.
1 v .J . iii .v ill .;. a Tin iiu.vl ill jjuwu
dity In central part of the city with a
il run of business Kca'otn tor selling
ratislartory and will be explained on ap
..I, .. .n.. ..i. . . . i . i. I , .
4IIVI1I .IV rlw UI1I3V U1 ..'llJI'll. 1VU Ull
be lore the lbtli Imt. Apply to Win-
wu, llrown's hotel, cornor .Seventh atrcel
WahlnKton avenuu. td
B.l.t: OK I'NCIiAlMCl) HA(iUA(ii:.
-rln Iiotel, and unclaimed provlntu to
'"V . .. -..it ... i i ,
it uaic, 1 no mm a. iiuuiiu uucuuii un
rf tv tlm "rtlh i ll' nf llP(.P!n!il'r. at 10
ii ' -
,ct: a.m., a: llartmair auction room.
. ."O.I H ItH vvnnii. I'roDrlolor.
9).'hom it may concern.
ived (mm Win. Kuchcnbcckcr, agen
ie Tcntonla Life liiiiirauco compauy
j .i.-....--. i .i..ii-h. i.. i. .11 r.. .u. .. n.
iiiuiiiauu uiiiiaia iu 11111 ivi uii uii
osi DetitiU Mubony. Accept our thanks
i ho prompt payment of the aboc pol
l'hllllps and Hrij.'s
Corner Tenth and Commercial.
JTICK. I take thl mcthed of In(orm
he public that 1 have returned to ttic
a llll t Hill 11UI I'l vl'ni ' lm w.mi.o . u.
i osraph ut my Gallery, corner ol
lllli troct and Commercial avenue.
h .1.. I. THOMAS.
i DlsaOI.UTlON NOTICU.
"o partnership heretofore cxUtlug be-
ltJft tho undersigned under tho name and
t ol Ay en Co,, Is thU day dissolved by
.ial consent of the patties, l'crtous In
?i,'d to tho lato llrm will make payment
j ). Aycrs, who aluuo is authorized to
... n M'l, Kmlni.. ti-lll l.n ....
on by . 1. Ajersiinuertno nj io oi tuo
Jrm. fa. O. Aykum,
K. .J. Avkiik.
Tiso, Ills., Decrmbcr 1, 1S7I!. d-lwwlm
nii wen-Knowu uusiucss sianu oi iiisicau
l)Vo, nt the mouth of Clcarcrctk, Alex
in . '
Jjq. VUUMk. , 4II1UU1P, Plllllllvll 111 UIIU
ln.e nnr4..t.lt,.p..l .llt.tll nf tlli-i W'i.c
.vim u wcu-CBiuuiisucii irauu. i uis win
jinu a rareopportuiuiy lor an energetic
'.111 nrmnlfirta .niihlst nr n ilnrn .ll in lmt
o;lllnr of oluht iooiiii. welt fnrnUhrd
'conveniently arrauged, gooil cisterns
Wall necessary outbulMlni;s, und ono
pjjof land. Torms liberal. Apply or
u'jss, AV.m. CL'.sti:ai,
f mdivw. Clooarcroo Lundlus, Ills.
. I nl.ni. tilnlrn. I. L....I l.A
' Pli WaMilnston avenue and l'oplar
prepared to mako boots anu thocs
in firnur nn 1 iiiiihl liiHinnn.iii n hivi(.
.-illl make them to ordor. old or nnw
,vj to 6iilt customers, out ol tho bcbt and
I.KI1UT MlIIKlf. nr WIlll'II III! n H'flPI IIIU II
Nsupply on nniiu from which to imiko
uitlons. All fittliis of boots and fcliocs
I by Mr. IJhlers Is dono In his own rhop
. lorcjuu lining ocii Lriusou iiv mm.
..K,mm a can, auu uo will give you atlb
IKY t'LiAVOH AS ltEl'UIKNTi:!).
h great care, by n process entirely Ills
Dr. l'rico is cnabicu to extract irom
JoTtlio true bolect fruits nud nrumatlcs,
il churactcrlstlc Ilivor. nnd nlaco In
fuarKoi it ciass oi r layoiings oi i,ua c.
hce. Kvery llavor as represented, ol
j itrongth nnd perfect puilty.
Ing Ice croani, Jellies, custards, pastry,
!iwa recommend l)r, 1'rlco's Special
. . .rliia anil fiinl Kltrn flint IlLn liluPnl.
o Med Cream Baking Powder, will glvo
.t tatlifaetloa, TUero it no Imposition
as articles. U.VWlYf,
CAIRO LOCAL SEWS.
Tub Hough's ball 'Wo'ltiosday ovcn
TiiKclty Is freo from tblnvfs and gnui
blurs. UvorcoKU Chlnchillit from S7 to i'J, ui
Attend tho Koui;h nnd Kcndy ball on
CoUNTitv knit tocks, four pair) for cne
dMnr hI lliatmati's. if
.lusricr. lliiiti'rt policu court wui m dull
yo'torJiiy bi tho butt end ol an rue.
l'm.'TUl.Ati day board at ieiondilais
rates M tho Stint Chiirlcs liotol. 27-tf
Cait. .Iaik Uhammki; tf tho Krnns
villi) packet lino was In tho city on Fri
day. ()Ni,v $'J2 per month on nud altor Janu
ary lit for dty hord at tho Knint Charks,
Kkmemjiku tbo lSough nnd Heady 1'iro
CompinvV ball on next WidnosUny cvor
A Niruiizu of prominent ntllroad ofll
clnli linvia beon In thu dty lor hovcrnl
Tub lllelock homo, corner of .Sevonth
acd Walnut ttroots is for rent. So no
tlco In another place.
Mil. W. M. llLtn.'XK, ovner ol tho
' Itlelocl: property," corner of Hovcnth
and Wiilnut itrcuti, Is in tbo city.
I'ihst-Clahs day board nt ircond-claiH
rates nt tbo Saint Charles hotel. 27-tf
Mh. 0. II. WooiiWAHt) hat loaied tho
Krnvs hub factory, and is r.uw running It.
Mr. .Int. liaeh is tujicrlutcndin(; the !
tablltbinsnt. Tin: county J til contains moro prison
ers now than any ono tlmo for several
yoars patt. Jiqtwooti forty and fifty prU-
oners nro now In It.
Maiikikii On Friday evumrif; ut tbo
St. Nicholas hotol by A. Commint:!, Ksq.,
.Mr. AVm. U. llrown to -MIs Fanny Colly
both of L'llin, Illinois.
Mai.iiikI), December 'JIu, in tho city of
St. I.oul", by Juitico Jacko, Mr. (icorgu
McLean, of AVilkeebarrc, 1'onniylvanla,
to Mrs. C. MctJec, of Clr.j, IIHiioIj.
Til Kin: have boen sovernl trains run off
the track on tho levee, within tho past two
or three duyr. Hov-ever, nil ol them have
been replaced with but littlo trouble
CinciMT Couiit will coinmencii ono
week from Monday. It will require at
lottt two weeks to dispoo of tho criminal
business that ill como btforo tho court.
At a mooting of tho Odd-lVllows. held
last night, tho iltu of u public initnlln
tion of ofilj.ir wi itbandunud. And in,
wn aupo.(.-, wa won t get to seo tho fun
Gkntleman desirlous cf rooming to
gether can bu accomodated with rooms on
tho uppor dour of tho .St. Charles nt low
figures. To thoio who will furnish their own
rooms n still further reduction will bo
Tin: uttention of tho .Mayor, Street
Committee itud City Council generally is
called to tho imtneiuo mud hole on
Tenth street, iu front of tho rotiilnnco of
Mr. C. U. Wocvlward. It is a bad place
nnd should bo remedied nt once.
A laisui: nnd complete stock of dry
goods, clothing, Loots nnd shoes and crock
ury nt panic prices. Also tho lnrgost as
sortment of hollldny toys nnd fancy goods.
Call nnd seo beforo purchasing olsawhoro,
at Hnrtman's. 11-20 tf
Wanted, -A tenant for tho Ulei.ock
House, corner of Seventh nnd "Wnlnut
streets. To a person that can kcop n board
ing house, nnd can givo suitabla roeom
mondations, n raro opportunity will be
olTiireJ. For particulars call at oillco of
C, N. Huoiies, on Mondny, beforo thrco
o'clock. W. M. Hleloi'k.
l'uoMlNr.N'T nmon the arrivals nt tho
St. Charles hotel yesterday were, Mils
ranny II. l'rico, Miss Julia Hnnchott, 1).
Hnncbutt and It. ii. Meldrum, of tho
Fnnny lVIcu dramatic troupe; "NV. O.
White, llaltiinoto; Alur. .Miller, Chicago;
nnd K. 1'. AVilson, eenorul pastencor
agont of tho Cairo nnd Yir.connes mil-
Tub Jonoiboro 'Gazette' of yesterday
During tho pnst year Capt. W. 1. Hal
ltday, of Cairo, with commendable energy
andporseveranco, has succerdod in dovof
oping an inexhaustible well of salt water,
nt St. Johns, und la now manufit:turlng
100 barrels daily. Uo will toon be pre
pared to furnish this portion oi tho stnto
with this Indispensiblo article.
Ai.KAMi:r. 0. Cantos- wns arrested on
Friday by Chiof McIIalo on a cbargo of
docoiving and misrepresenting facts con
corning tho tlmo of arrival knd departuro
of boats and trains. Ho was takon beforo
Judgo Uross, who uned him llvo dollars
and costs, amounting in all to about four
teen dollars. Ono or two more such fines
will probably tench Mr. C'untor that lying
to strangers is not tho most protltnblo bus
iness in the world.
Thk ltough and Koady Flro Company s
bull, on Wodnosdny ovonlng next, should
not bo forgottan. Tlu Committoo of Ar
rnngomonts nro making great prepara
tions for tbo coming cvout, which prom
ises to bo n most tucccsiful nQ'nlr. Tho
ltough nnd Koady Company is ono of tho
very boat in tho city, nnd deserves wull of
the citizens. Buy n ticket, oven it' you
can't nttond tho ball, Tho prlco of n
ticket will bo so much monoy spont in n
Waueuouse to ItnNT, Tho most con
voniont warshou.u in tho City of Cairo
can bo loasod for ono year or u tonn of
years, or with tho privilogo of purchnso,
by applying to O, 1'. Lyon's Insuranci.
Ofllco, botweeu .Sixth uni Sovonth itraoti,
THE CAJKU DAILY
Comtnercinl avenue, Cairo, Illinois, This
building is l'Ji foot front by 00 nnd 70
font deep nnd W loot or inoro. Two lo-
rtel high, convenient to nil tho boat land
ings and convenient for receiving and
shipping from nil tho railroads coming
into Cairo. Building permanent nnd of
enpneity for heavy freights or tocrctinu
dli', and good ollico rooms. 28 lw
Only par mouth on und after Janu
ary 1st for day board nt t'n-.Sitnt Charles.
lU.r.toious bi'.itvH'JM To-Day. ltov.
II. II. Thayer will dnlivor n discourse In
tho I'rotbytorlati church upon "Night as
a .Symbol,'' In tho ovonlng lit subjoct
will bo "Tho MlnUtry of tbo Master, by
tbo Gklllean Hon," Illustrating sacred
scenes, Incidents nnd localities.
At tho Advent Christian Mission room,
corner oi Twelfth street and Washington
avenue, opposite The Uulletix ofilec,
Klder J. S. I.owvcr, of Cobdcn, Illinois,
will preach nt 11 o'clock h im. Tho public
nro invited to nttond.
At tho Church of tho Redeemer, this
morning Rector Gilt t rt will conduct sor
vicx ns usual.
At the M. K. church Kav. Wallor will
ollielaln. l'rcnchlng at tho usual hours.
Tun piny of East Lynn by tho Fanny
I'rir dramatic troupo at tho Athonoum
last night drew out u very good attend
anec. Much bolter, In fact, than might
liavo boon expectod on Saturday night.
Miss l'rice, In ths lending diameter of
"I.ady Isabel, ' won now laurel, ami went
up another notch in tho good opinion of
thoso who woro present. Miss Julia Hnn
chott, ns Mrs. Corncy Carlyle ; Mr. 1'.. S
Moldrum, ns Archibald Carlylo, Mr. J.
M. Murray, as Sir Francis Loviion, and
D. Hnnchott, as Lord Mount Ssvern, ail
sustained their parts with credit to them
sdvos and to tho talulaction of tho au
dience. On Monday ovonlng, "Camillc,
or tho Fate of u Co'piottc," will to
play-d. That a erowded houio will greot
the troupo wo do not doubt.
The connection between tho Illinois
Conlral and tho Mobile and Ohio railroad-,
by steamer, between Cairo and Columbus,
will bo kept up the samo as beforo tho
completion of tho extension of tho Mis
sissippi Central railroad. Col. I. I!. Hud
son, of this city, has been appointed gen.
oral agent of tho Mobilo nnd Ohio
road , nt this place, and will
neraaiter unvo ctiaro of tiio com
pany's business hero. Tho steamtr F. 1',
Gracy has taken tho placo of tho steamer
Illinois iu tbj transfer bueincsf, and if sho
shall provo fast enough to mnko tho pro
per connections, and do the freight bus!-'
ncss, the will probably remain permit-nontly-in
tho trade. In tho appointment
of Cel. Hudson tho Mobile nnd Ohio road
has Secured tho serricvs of a thorough und
competent business man, w'uo is deserved
ly popular with all dassei of our people.
Makkieij At ono o'clock p. in. Decem
ber 25, 1873, at thu residence- of tho brido's
falhor, by Rev. 11. It. Thayer, Mr. Harry
M. Roberts and Miss M. Knto Livingston.
All of Cairo.
Tho wedding, though almost n privato
ono the guests, numbering less than n
dozen, being composed of tho friends and
relatives of tho bride, from Cairo and
abroad was ono of tho most elegant which
hns takon plnco in Cniro for n long time.
Tho brido wns richly and beautifully dress
ed, nnd lookod, as all brldos should, hand
soma nnd hippy. After tho coromony
was concluded, and Mr. nnd Mrs. Roberts
hnd received tho her.rty congratulations
of tho guests, tho company sat down to r.
tnble, which, it is no exaggeration to enr,
groaned with its weight of sumptuous
wedding faro. Full juitico was dono to
this part of tho programmo, nnd irnmcdi
atoly after, Mr. Roberts nnd his brido
took passago on tho Idlowlld for tho South,
wheru they will epand tho honoymocn.
"Wo wish cur friend Roborts nnd his wifo
it lone, n happy and n prosperous life, nnd
in that wish, wo hnvo no doubt w ill heart
ily join tho many friends of both, who
know his merit as an artist nnd a mam
nud hers ns nn nccomplished nnd worthy
lnuv: nud so The Bulletin will not
a marriage lay ;
lu that It Ir their wedding day.
Is imi-le mort' than any song."
SoMKTitiMt Kkw. 1 havo ImprovoJ
nnd perfected n now process by which tbo
Fcrrotypo is brought out equal to tho best
Photographs, nnd moro durable Copies
from paintings nnd ongrnvlngs mado fully
equal to tho original In nppoarnnco, tho
lights nnd shades brought out with re
markablo appearance, f that nothing
surpasses tho beauty and natural expres
sion of the picture. And in fact any old
pictures nro copied by this process so ns to
look ns woll or hotter than tho originnl
picture. Thoso having old pictures or
oholce paintings or ongrnvlngs for pres
ents, cannot do better than avail them
selves of this rouiarknblo Improvement.
,1. J, Thomas, Photographer,
Corner of Klghth street and Commercial
The barber shop is on tho cornor of
Klghth strcot nnd Commercial nvonuo
whoro J. Goorgn Sticnhouso with his gen
tlomanly assistants can bo fouud nt any
hour of tho day or night, ready to sootuo
your foolings with n smooth ehnvo, or cool
your temper nnd head with a good sham
poo. It is iv Crst-class shop, nnd you nro
euro of rocoivlng lint-class treatment.
Ladlos' nnd children's hair cut or curlod
nftcr tho most approved styles. 8-ln-tf
Gua. Ilr.i.M, the barber, continues to do
buslnois nt tbo old stand on Sixth stroot,
nonr Ohio lovoe. It is nn acknowledged
fact that his shop is ono of tho nantest in
tho city, and his help aro all first-class nt
their business. For a real smooth, clean
shuvo Holm's is tho placo to get it.
R. Joxi'.H, fashionable boot and ehno
makor. Cork solos, Scotch bottoms, and
tho latest Improvements In. tho lino of his
business. Only do best ana most com
petent wcrkmon employed, and all work
wurrautcil to bo flrstclais in ovory respect.
Shop on Commercial nvonuo, near corner
of Tenth stroot. 10-7
UUIjIjKTIN, SUNDAY, DECUMI31SR 28, J87J).
A SUI1STANTI.VI, C'HKIST.nAS (HIT.
Wluil. the Presbyterians Gnvo to Mr.
'Iliayer A Spcncli uml it Reply.
During the oxrrclscs nt tho children's
festival, on Christmas eve. In tho Presby
terian church, n presentation wns in ado to
tho Knv. II. n. Thayer by Hon. 1). W.
Munn, on behalf of tho church. Inn neat
speech Mr. .Munn prcsonlcd to Mr. Thay
er n fiealol envelope, containing f.175, inn
Christmas prcsont. Tho following Is Mr.
Munn's presentation rpceeb, to which wo
add Mr. Thoyer's reply i
Dkaii Pastois: I havo been requested
by tho members of tho church nnd con
gregation to present you this package, In
appreciation of your devotion to tho cause
of Christ, faithfulness to your charge, and
tho nblo nnd eloquent manner in which
you hnvo given us "things now nnd old"
cut of the Word of God. Accept it ns a
" Christmas present " from cheerful giv
ers, who recognlr.0 In you truo worth us a
gospol minister, and who cherish tho hope
that thu hitherto pleasant relations
of pastor and people may long con
tinue, and redound to tho glory
of God and thu salvation of souls.
Tnko tho gift; it is valuable only for what
It will buy, nnd will go where it will best
sorvo you j but tho good will nnd kindly
feelings It bespunkt nro durnblu nnd wo
trust will bo retained by you as long as you
live and until tbo donors aro gathered to
their fathers. Then may our union as pastor
and people bo unbroken "while tho days
of eternity roll." ,
To theso remarks of .Mr. .Munn Mr.
Thayer rosponded as follows :
In receiving nt your hands this. I
doubt not, munificent token of tho largo-
hearted liberality and kindness of my
poople, permit me, clr, through you, to
express to them all my deep sense) of
gratitude nnd my warmest thanks. 1 jo
langunsjo you havo boon plcnsed to em
ploy In makini this presentation ought
certainly, nnd I trust will, incite, inu to
renowed diligenco in tho scrvico of my
Master, while grcon in memory will thfs
kind act remain, ns in tho days to como I
press onwurd to tho duties of my chosen
calling. My earnest prayer is that Ho
who said "it is mora blessed to givo than
to receive," will abundantly roward you
'Ti- a cherMied Klft of friend-hip,
The offering of lovo.
Tendered by tho dear ones
Whoso treasures lie abo c.
and departures for tho "t hours ending: at 0
p. m. Iirt evening :
Steamer Capitol City, St. Louis
" City of Alton, St. Louis
" .las. D. Parker, Memphis
" City of Choster, Momphl
" Fisk, Pa ducah
" City of Vicksburfc', Vickaburg
" .Mary Houston, Now Orloane
" Falls Pilot, Momphix
Steamer Capitol City, Vieksburj;
" City of Alton, Now Orleans
" Jas. 1). Parkor, Cincinnati
" City of Cheater, St. Louis
' 1'nlU I'llnt, T.onlsvill.1
" Crcscont City, New Orloans
" City of Vickaburg, Vicksburg
" Mary Houston, Louisvillo
Saturday Kvenixo, Da2. 27.
The fall In tho Ohio rlvor is very rapid
In tho twonty-four hours ending at six
o'clock this evening it was two foot.
Tho Missiisippl is declining cl tho rnto
of thrto inches per day.
BUSINESS AM) WEATHER.
Thnra was littlo dono in tho way of bus
iness in rivorcitcles to-day.
Without doubt this has beon tho coldest
day of tho winter. Though mild in tho
forenoon, towards evening a brisk wind
began to blow from tho north, und at dark
it was freezing very fast. Twenty-four
hours of such woathor will put Ico onough
on tho Mississippi to ctl'octually close that
stroam for six weeks. Lot hor froeze; w-o
ITEM1 OV CAWIO.
Tho .1. I). Parker has 70t bales cotlon,
and 25,000 feet lumber for Cincinnati.
Tho City of Alton bad a very good
load, mado slight additions here, and will
Jltl out bilow.
Tho Fulls Pilot left with two empty
bargos for Skotwoll's mines.
Tho Sam Roborts wont to Nashvlllo
with two birges of suit, instead of to St.
Louis, us previously reported.
Tho Croscont City tool; soven bargos ot
freight to New Orleans.
Tho City of Vicksburg bus P.OOO feet
of lumber, 10- balosof cotton, t!5 do hides
and 60 pkgs sundrlos for St. Louis,
The Mary Houston has 3G0 tons for
way landing), 8C hhds sugar and 1 18 pkgs
molasse; for St ; Louis.
The St. Louis 'Globo' of yostordny says:
Tho river is falling, but it Is very
slowly, tho docllno being only thruo
inches within 21 hours, up to b p.m.
Tho weathor yesterday was damp and
cloudy; about 3 p. in. it auowod a fow
moments, and prospocts aro lair lor a re
newal of tho sumo. Business was de
cidedly dull on tho loveo, vory little
freight going forward. Six feet laro ro
portod in tho channel bunco to Cairo.
Freights still'. Ratos to Memphis woro
advonced to 1CJ per 100 and liOj por bnr
rol Hour. 1o Shrevoport ratos urn 45o
por 100; Hour 80c. To Jell'orson OSepor
100; Hour 1 15 por barrel.
Mu. Maux Rolleii, tho woll-known
plano-tunor, will on tho first of next
month, ostabllsh, for tho bonollt of his
patrons, who pay him ton dollars a year In
advance for keopingthiur piano In tunc, a
musical Hilary which will Qontaln noth
ing but tho choicest music for now begin
nor., advanced pupils and accomplished
playors. Tho muslo will bo sent weekly
freo of charge to his customers, until Mr.
Roller has obtalnod what ho is alter, nnd
that is a nico storo. Yestorday ho ro-
colvod a largo number of now pieces of
tho choicest music, which will bo distrib
uted among his natrons. 12-1 l-tf
Two Batteries of two lloilors, oaeh 'Jl
fent long, 42 Inch Drum, 'J I t Inch Flues
with flro fronts. Mud and Steam drums
Safuty and Mud valves, Chimney and
Rritchln, nil complete and In first-class
ordor?; boon usod only throe months. For
prlco, otc, inqulru ol J. T. Rknnie,
lt.2il.tr. Vulcan Iron "Works,
1'llH ST. OliARLKS IIOTRL.
Thtj undorilgnol having rosumcd the
management of tho abovo hotel, trust by
strict attention to business, to tho wants
and comforts of their guoits, to merit tho
ronowcl favor of tholr old patrons and tbo
traveling, public in goncrnl.
ThoSatnt Chnrlci will atonco undergo
a thorough renovation, and bo much im
proved in all its appointments.
Good sample rooms and special rates for
All baggai;o for guosti convayod to and
from tho hotol froo of charge.
Jewktt "Wilcox & Co., Proprietors,
M A N L'FAOTLf RIN G J K W 1 . L K11S.
Any ono wishing something mado in tho
Jewelry lino fur tho holidays will pleaso
send In their orders as coon as potslblo to
K. fi W. lludor, manfacturing jowolora
cornor of Lignth strcot and Washington
My connection with tho St. Charles ho
tel ns proprietor will censo on tho 15th
Inst. Parties holding bills cr accounts
ngaintt mo or tho .St. Chnrlrs aro request
ed to present them for lottlemont before
A JS'KW DRY GOODS STORK.
Mr Samuel Hack will shortly occupy
t!io homo recently vacatod by Mr.J. Bur
ger as a dry goods atom. Ho will leave
for Is'ow York In a day or two, and pro
poses to lay in ono of tho largest and inoit
fashionable stocks of dry goods over
brought to Cairo, Ho will tako advan
tage of tho panic to buy his goods, and ex
pects to bo ablo to soil as low, if not lowor
than any other liouso in tho city. Ho will
open his sloro uboul thu 11 rat of January.
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
Tho only placo whoro such Instruments
aro kept In stock in Southern lllnois, Is at
K. it W. Uudor's, corner Klshth street
and Washington avonu?. Thoy koop tho
celebrated Win. Knabo piano, used by
tho most prominent musicians. Tho
Bauer piano and organ, also tho celobra
tod ogel and Hughos organs. Any
ono wishing to surprises his family with
such an instrumont would do well by call
ng at Budor'i, as they will makes rales
and terms moro liberal than dealers of tbo
kind in largo cities. 12-1 til
if you want trosh and
Now York Buckwheat Flour.
Now Orleans Sugar.
Now Orleans Syrup.
Coffee bought boforo tho advance,
Forty pounds A sugar for $0 00.
Toy Candy of all kinds
Raisins ami fresh Currents.
I' resh Oysters 33 cents u can, received
Wo will lor tho next 10 days sell goods
lower than over, out of ono of tho host
aborted gonernl stocks . in Cairo, at
WtiOlutiilu ut rctnll. C.mm anil SCO US
Now York store, 100 Commercial avenue
Dii. .1. W. Dkioman treats all dlscaies
that provnil In this climate, but ho will
givo rpocial attention to diseases of tho
"bronchial tubes, lungs and thoir tis
sues." Bronchitis, bronchial and tubercu
lar consumption and pulmonary apoplexy
treated by inhalation of nobullzcd fluids'
medicated airs, gase-, vapors and powders
Consumptives, although your discaso
stands at tho head of all dlseasos, both in
provalcnco and fatality, thoro Is liopo for
you yet. Cheer up. OlUco hours from 10
a. m. until 0 p. m.
J. W. BllKJMAN, M. I).
Ofllco and residence, Twelfth street,
between Wnlnut nnd Cclar, Cairo, lib
P. O. box 8H0. 21-ilAw It
At CofeT. Having takon oxclusivo po.i
session of my storo, to closo it out, 1 of
fer my cntlro stock nt wholusulo prices
at wliolosalo or retail; consisting in part
of a largo variety of canned fruits, spicesi
baking tiowdnr.. sarJinns, lobstori, tens
and ovory nrliclo usually kopt In a first
class family grocory. Also wooden and
willow ware; a largo assortment of sad
dlos and harness, Lit?, bridles, snaps,
brushes, whips, etc., otc. Tonus strictly
cash. All porsons indebted to mo aro ro
quostod to call and Mlttc their accounts.
lw D. Ahter.
Notice Is hereby given that I will pay
no bills for goods sold to any of tho em
ployes of Tin: Oaiiio Bulletin, oitlior
or themselves or for tho ueo of tho ofllco
unleeo tho samo aro furnished on nn ordor
ligncd by Mr. Burnott or myself,
12-20-ly Joits II. OnKULY,
Hotel to Let. Tho Courthouso Ho
tel, located on Twentieth street, between
Washington nvonuo and Poplar strcot, in
good repair, and in ovory way doslrablo as
a hotol Btand nnd boardlug-houso, con.
talnlng nineteen rooms, wood-shod, all
other nccossary outhouses, Uno eolltr, ifco.i
will bo lot upon application to Jacob
Klein, at his brick yard, noar tho Missis
sippi lovoe. -l 8t
The largest stock ot silver nnd plated
ware; silver and plated spoons, knives
&c, ovor brought to Cairo, can bo found
at K. fi W. Rudor's, corner Klghth street
and Washington avonuo. l"-ltd
P. Fitzgorald at his rooms, corner
Fourteenth street nud Commercial nvo
nuo, oilers for salo Guinness' Portur &
Bass' ales and pure llonnessy brandy,
nnd tho genuine Angosturo blttors, all
Ilrst-claes cholora euros. Try thorn
A choice lot of turkios, goose, chickens,
dud.s, and all kinds of wild moat, for hol
iday h, nt Patterson's, cornor Ninth nud
Walnut streets. 18-2W
Buy your flour, meal, beans, potatoes
turnips and cabbage, of S. Pattoreon, cor
nor Ninth and Walnut struots. l8-'Jv
Ten pounds or sugar lorl at Wilcox's;
aj pounds of butter tor f 1 at AYilcox't;
i!5 cents por pock lor potatoes at Wilcox's.
Fun a good squaro meal go to Harry
Walker's rostaurant, Commercial avonuo
botwoon Sovonth and Klghth street, lm
l.AiiOK all-wool slx.pound blankAts nt
Si 'J5 por pair, at llurtruan's. 11-20 tf
Anson, Nancy llucknor, Miss Llzzlo
Bracy, Miss Allis Coulter, Amanda
Kwlnos, Mrs I.oil liars Mrs Rosoner
Hogan, Mrs Mary Hill. Kllza
Johnson, Nancy Jennlnes. Misj A
James, Mrs Martha Konnedy, Maggin
Jiovi, .Maitio .Moiiguo, .uiiri iv.alo
McOabo, Miss Anna Moore, il Us Kstella
Ramsey, Miss Lucy Sims, Marin
Shaw, Pannlo Smith, Mrs Roso A
Tylor, MUs Louisa Watson, Miss M
Wagner, .viiss .1 wains, Biuan
.nduraon, G P V Allou, Suinuol R
Beckwlth, Alex Borry, A J
Huganslf, A iiau, uuariey
llucknor, Alex Burch, Kghorl
Uroluskl, Harry W Bennott,. H
Bagby. Wad Ilarotby, Victor
Crugor, 0 S Clonimeni, 0 C
Cochrane. G "W Crawford, K C
Curroton, Jorry M Calkins, Putriok
Coopor, S L
Durul, John W 'J
Dcsmler, John R
Kd wards, Chas II
Kstos, M R
Kwlng, W H3
Higgorion, Albort A
Harrison, Foils 02
Hern, Ira 0
Knaggs, Robert C
Lowis, W 1)
Mnrroll, J F
Klllott, G a
Hamilton, 1' it
Kenny, Mlch'l J
MniUlun, Ami row
Mitcho), Scott (2)
Moore, R J Wll
McBoo, W B
Strautz, F W
S Initio, John
Scbmatt, "V m
Ward, 0 II
Williams, N M
Ruttor. Klisha 3
Soures, John J.
Slovens, W J
Virdon, -il it
Wilcox, Thos D
Donnlp, llrown V Co
Geo. W. McKkaio,
SI'KOIAL LOCAL NOTIOKS.
Heavy Under Shirts and Drawers at CO
cents each at Hartman's.
Latest stylo gents' hats from $1 to
$1 50, at Hartman's". 11-20 tf
Full suits from $4 to 12 at Hart-
The Kuropoan hotel, Harry Walkor
proprietor, Is opon nt all hours of tho
Buy your glltcdgu buttor, fresh eggs,
&o., of S. Pattorson, cornor Ninth and
Wnlnut streets. 18-2w
For uas and stoam fitting go to Ren
nio's Vulcan iron works, Commercial
avonuo, foot of Ninth strcot 0-10-tf
Buy your apples, cranberries nnd
onions, of S. Pattorson, cornor Ninth nnd
Walnut Etteots. 13-2w
All kindB of game constantly on hand
at Hurry Walker's, Commercial avonuo
between Sovonth and Klghth streets.
luheka. Buy your beof, pork, aau-
sago, lard, cornod-boef and picketed pork,
ofS. Patterson, corner Ninth nml Wal
nut streets. 18-2w
New lino of collarettes, ties, gloves
and hosiery this wod: ut Stuart A Ghol
Ross has on hand, and lor salo a lurgo
quantity of oak and hickory wood, cut and
tplit, and ready for the stove. Abo all
kinds ol coal which will bo delivered In any
part or tho city on khort notice. Leavo or
dcrs at coal yard, on Commercial avonuo,
oppoltn Kloventh ctrcot. Deo. fWIm
TI10 annual meeting or tho htockhohlcrs
of thr Klrit Xatlmial ll.ink of Cairo fur thu
election ol directors, will bo liuld at thu or
ice of raid bank In Cairo, on Tuesday, Jan
jary 111, 1 ST 1 , between tho hours ot 10
o'clock a. 111 and 1, o'clock p.m.
ClIArt. CUNNINGHAM, Cashier.
Cairo, Ills., Docembcr 10, lb7 i. td
paiu:.ts attkmiox i
Hiivlus a larger stock or Youlln', Hoys
and Childreim' Clothluu on.haud than is lice
chsary for the Cairo market and an idea ol
making tliN our lust k'ufoii n ch ililiciis
clothing, wo will sell our ttock, (0110 of tho
finest In the statc),at New York Covr for thu
next thirty days. Parents wltditng tomo line
clothing at low figures or Holiday prosoiiti,
can Hud them lor naleiu the above lot. This
Is uo advertising dodge, but wu intend to do
Jimt what wo say : .Sell the tinest htouk
of Youths', Boys' and Ciuliirknn' Cloth
inu ever brought to tho fctate outido ot
Chicago at Nr.w York cost.
I. FARNBAKKR .t SON,
No. fil, Ohio I.croc, 2d door abovo First
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE
Happy relief lor young men Irom tho el
rectsot errors and abuses In varlyllfo. Man.
hood retured. linpedlmeiits to marriage
removed. Now mclliod of treatment. New
snil romarkabl remedies. Hooks and dr.
tularsaciit free, in sealed envelopes. Ad
dress, Howard Association, No. 2 South
Ninth street. Philadelphia, Pa. an instltii
tlon ha Ins a high reputation for honorable
conduct and professional skill. 10-20 dw Jui
has his mammoth Instrument ihoollnit out
Imperial photographs for Christmas prtijnts,
at the rato of one a mlnut. Pcnqna desi
rous of having handsomely painted picturo
and purely artistic In finish, should, tfr
their orders In season. Photographs can be
mado on cloudy days equal to thot on sun
shining ones at
owing to tho gigantic sky-llght, which can-
not lie surpassed In
NEW YORK CITY.
Also on hand a fine assortment of void and
walnut frames. All are Invited to call and
examine. Portraits In oil up to life alia and
aquarelles ol tho highest finish, for which
meuais navo been awarded.
Gallery on Sixth street, between Cons
mcrclal and Washington avenuei, Cairo.
Illinois. 12-10 tf
Cairo Transfer Eliyators,
are now ready for business.
RATKS OF STORAGE.
Sound grain, ljo per bushel lor first tea
days or part thereof, and Jo each addlUona
teu days or part thereof. Unsound
grain, 2c per bushel lor first
llvo days or part thereof, and
lo each additional llvo days or part thr
of. Bagging Grain and Tying Bags, Jc per
Bagdng Grain and Sowing Hags, le per
Cairo. lll pec. , 1873.
L 1 1 1 1 j
ROUGH AM) KF.ADY FIRE COMPANY
DBCEKBBE 31, 1873
Tho Rough and Ready Flro Company, In
keeping with along established custom wilt,
on cilncsday evening, (New- Yean ere)
givo their annual ball and supper. Tho
allalr will bo held In their own nail at Urn
nothluir tuulono to mako thli one of tha
most enjoyable occasions of the season.
uoou music will uo in attendance.
Manager D. Uancjiktt.
THIRD NIGHT OF
Tho Brilliant Tragio Artesto
ITANNY B. PBICE.
Who will appear Iu her great character of
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Family Circlo 60 Ct.
Rcsorved Seats In Family circle... 75 CU.
Boxes $4 00
Itosorvod Scats can bo procured at D.
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