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LOCAL WEATHER REPORT.
Orservkk's orvtcaOAiito, Ills., )
Dsoomber 37, 10:11 p.m., 1M. J
Barometer, 00:19 degrees.
Thetmomcter, 90 degrees.
Wind northwest. Velocity 8 miles per
Maximum temperaturo lor lat 24 hour,
Mlulinura temperature lor the lat21 hour,
Prevailing wind for last 24 houtt, north.
Total number of miles traveled by wind
luring UitMhourt, 301.
Ubierrer BIifnl Service, U. S. A.
HOUCM AND HEADY FlltU COMPANY
'1'bn Itouuii and Ucadr Fire Company. In
"- nnual ball and supper. The
uair wiu o uvu in tueir uvru uu at me
J lis Committee ol Arrangement! wllllesve
most enjoyable occasions or the season.
uooa inusic win be in attenuance.
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Knfeff I Ha VMIITT
FIFTH NIGHT OK
nil citr.o rAToniTe
FANNY B. PRICE.
no will appear in Sir Kdward Hulwers'
ureal oto act dram-, or
LADY OF LYO.SS.
LADY OF LYONS.
IUUI.IIi J1I5-. rUIIIIT . J inc.
GRAND NEW YEARS
HUESDAY AFTERNOON at 2 r.U.
rlmlitlon SO (.'U tthilfircn '5 (Hi
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txioit enterteiniUKOf tue inonlbuct.
V MNCOITS MAuiiAliMv.
A ILLUSTRATED MONTHLY OF
l'ULAR LITERATURE AND SCIENCE
THE NEW VOLUME,
UliENCINO W1TTI THE JANUARY ISSUE,
"Will bo replete with the
)ST ATTRACTIVE FEATURES
in the intention or the conductors or tun
mechanical Excellence, and With tbli
v nn an. Mttr nr. win in nAi' fii i m'nipii
vacu ib.uc All n;icQiuic uuu tuiiiucini:
iiijr-.il. Ik .',.. .I.IY.1T
oe contrlbuttoni now on hand, or fp-
hr rni-ai'rd. embrace an unsuallr attract
pa. Kiinrt .HlnrlPH. nrrntlroa. lift-
Kcteuco ana An. menu, ropn-
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ALI.1 IIU AjiHbll.&.iun.l t ibi 1 i.l.n,
nther with a variety of able and Interest
anu;ii: ui iud iuii'ui iiumiiuui ui
day. In addition to tbo shorter article-,
TTR JWITIVF. SE1MAI, WnRKS
ill appear in iirrinuuii n iiiiA.i.t
log tbe year. Ainoui; tbcm ii
A POWERFUL SEW STORY,
tltbor ol "Aleo Forbes." "Hobcrt Fal
leio production! nro confldently brllcv-
to bo masteri) ecei or tuelr author.
indlnir In Incident and humor. In
I ni. tiarn nt firm n.iil ilratnalii clttitf Inna
larre amount of upaco will bo devotod
Ult MONTHLY GOSSI1'. which will be
oniof note, lncldcntt of tbo day, and
r novel or amuiing topics.
large proportion of the articles, cspo-
tuoio uescnpttrool travel, will ha
is pictorial embellishment! of the
wine will constitute ono of Its mot at-
r.TF Main r xt a rn -! imaiAri
lcany Buoscnniion, f i ou.
i. Ktkcimkn Numiikk, with Premium
luauuu uu rucmpv oi u cciua.
. LTPPINCOTT & CO.. l'ubliihera
Kllti 717 "inrKii nr.. i-iiiiiMirinmn.
T. N. KIMBROUGH,
RPENTER A: TnTTiDER
th Btreot Mud Wtutilntou Aveaiir.
All VlnrlKAf tnliMniv WA.tr (Uiia ah
notleo. and lnirooditrla Leave or-
at th hop.
CAIRO AND PADUGAI7
rt ipladld itaamar
Uioic Fowlxb, Captain
un ueiiiii jAiui, vnuuun vavuijiou; afc
I For frotgbt or paniago apply on boat
.. .IAS. JtlALLOHT, Wl,
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS,
AoBAii blllattho Atbenutn to-night.
Go to tbo Roughs ball.
Overcoats Chinchilla from 7 to $9, at
Coumtky knit ioc.i, four pa: t for on
dollar at Hartman's, tf
Ykitehdat was u suniblny day, but a
nipping and ragor air was abroad,
FibkT-Claib day board at second-else
rates at tho tiaint Charles hotol, 27-1 f
Ics was formed yesterday and the loys
enjoyed tho flrit skating of tbe seaion.
FtntT-CLAta day board at soootid-clan
rates at tho Saint Charles hotel. 27-tf
Tbkiii will bo a rnoetlng of tbo olty
council Friday aftornoon at four o'clock
for the purpose of approving liquor bonds.
Omly $'23 per month on and altor Janu
ary 1st for diy board at tbo Saint Cbarlci,
Fon Sali. Saw mill on I. 0. R. R,
Terms oaiy. Address
13.13.ct T. II. FAnuaif, Ulllan, 111.
Oai-t. Joieph F. Dakar, of tbe United
States Marine Corps, is now in this city
on a holiday visit to bli uncle, Hon. D. J,
K. D. KnroHD and family will leave
Cairo to-day on tho stoamer James How
ard, on a plenuro excursion to New Or
lesni. KEUKtllilRtho Rough and Ready flro
company's ball on Wcdnefday nlgbt. It
will bo a grand allalr and should be liber
TlIK joint committee of citizens and
members of tho Council will meet this af
ternoon at the ofilce of C. It. Woodward,
Es., at 4 o'clock, sharp.
Tmui will be two balls to-night. Tbe
Arab fire company will give ono at
Scheol's Hall, and the 1 tough and Hesdy
boys one at their own ball, on AYaihlng.
Mr. II ch itt has returned from bis
late journey to Ohio much refreshed. He
has been at homo nearly a week, a fact
wo neglected to mako public. "Whcro Is
Jano Ann ?
The Mound City people have good
taste. As a consequeoco they patronise
the Fanny II. l'rlco troup;. Almoit every
evening we recognise somo of our Mound
City friends in the audience at tbe Athe
nian. Tue children of tho schools of this city
are enjoying tbo last of tbe holidays,
which will terminate on New Year's day.
The public schools and the Sisters' School
will open next Monday. The Gorman
school opened on Monday last.
Geptlbman dosirious of rooming to
gctbor can be accomodated with ivoms ou
the upper floor of the St. Charles at low
figures. To those who will furniih their own
rooms a still further reduction will be
New Year's Evo,
Tub publication in this Isiuo of The
Bulls'! in of the proceedings of the
County Court, crowds out almost all other
matter. Howover, our readers may now
enjoy a threo month's rest, as there will
not bo another term of the court until in
Thk charming Fanny 11. Prico (it will
bo seen by this expression that wo havo it
almost as bad as Louis Davis) is to have
n complimentary benefit on Friday night.
Sho deserves an overflowing house. Wo
like her, and that is a recommendation no
theater-goer can turn up bis nose at.
A M Dean und wife, Kansas; Miss St
Clair, Jackson, Tonnonao ; T M Da Ho
ny, Louisville; J A Punch, gonoral
ticket agent M it O R R ; S J Grammor
general agent Elizabetbtown and Paducah
railroad, and F D Re i ford, Joliet, waro
among tbo arrivals at the St. Charles ho
HoARDixa and LouaiNO. Mrs. Van
devonter, on Tenth street, botwoon 'Wash
ington avenue and Walnut street, convon
iont to the business portion of tbe city,
can accommodato a few boarders with
moils and lodging, A number of day
boarders will alio be rocclved. Tormi
Mh, Pitcher is selling thousands of tbe
"Gilded Age." Wo think ho is selling
thousands. Wo rany exaggorato a little,
but wo do know as an absolute fact that
tbe 11 Gilded Age," as diibed up by Twain
and Warner, and sold by Pitcher in this
:ommunity, is going off like hot cakes at
breakfast in winter,
We have beon endeavoring for four or
five days past to announce tbe marriage
of William J. Mulkoy, Esq. and Mary
Malony, but the fates and tho printers
have been against us. Tbe ceremony took
place on Christmas day, wo bollevo. Wo
wish tbe happy couple a life of happiness
Mb. Uisev Woodward, son of Mr. C.
R. Woodward, bad a vory pleasant
parly Monday evoning last. Tbe
young host did the honors
of tbo occasion in good style. There
were fourtosn or flftoon couples of young
tolks prosent, All seemed to onjoy them
selves; and nil unite in pronouncing it a
On Wednesday evening, Do:omber 31it,
tbo Arab Firo Company will give a ball
and supper nt Scbeel'e Hall: Thero is no
organisation In the city that deserves bet
tor of our peoplo than tho Arabs, They
have, on every occasion whon their servi
ces wero required, dona tholr duty faith
fully and willingly, Tbo prico of tickets
to the hall is one dollar. Let overy ono
who can, buy one.
THE CAIRO DAIL
OwtKOto.tlis intervention of circum
stancos over which the management of
tho Fanny Price troupo Wild havo no
control, they wero compelled to cbango
their programmo for last nlghVi oitorialn
ment. The drama of H'N.ewMatdaien "
was substituted for " Lucrotla por'gla,"
previously announced. However, every
body was well pleased with the change,
and the largo audience frequently ap
plauded tho actors.
Parties having monthly magaaines aud
other periodicals to bind would do well to
send them to J. O. Uuls,at tho Bullktin
Ulndery, wbi Is now doing such work at
great bargains. Our merchants wanting
blank books fur tho new year would do
well to call and examine bis price lilt
which they will find at low as the lowest)
Good work or no charge, 30-Sw
Mu. Uules, proprietor of tho Dullttln
Rook Bindery, has juit received some
splendid new macblnory. As ho Is one of
the best binders In tbe State, with one of
the belt blnderlej, he should be patronised.
If anybody has books, inagnxines or pa
pars they wish bound, we advlio them to
take them to Mr. Uules, who will bind
them cheaply, and wo havo no doult
cheaper than such work can bo done else
where. It should be, but is not, generally
known that Taker Brothers keep Keep Is
tbo word, for thoy kkei thttn more than
they like to) fine opera glasses to loan
to their friends, and other rcipenslble par
ties, for a slight coniideratlon in tbe shape
of greenbacks or specie, a nmro nothing,
by which tho beauties, etc., of the stage
may be drawn within reaching distance.
This notice is for the benefit of tboater
going peoplo, others neod not road It.
All who have neglected to supply
themselves and their Irionds with Christ
mas presents, and tboso who desire to cele
brate the now year by "going forth bear
lag gifts" to their frionds, should not fail
to call on E. & W. Budor, corner Eighth
streot and Washington avenue, as they
have a varied stock of presents to choose
from, and sell at exceedingly low price'.
Tne barber shop is on the corner of
Eighth street and Commercial avenuo
where J. rjeoru Stlenhouie with his gen
tlemanly aiiiUants can bo found at any
hour of the day or night, readv to soothe
your feelings with a itnooth shave, or cool
your temper and head with a good sham
poo, rt is a Crst-clais shop, and you aro
sure of receiving first-class treatment.
Ladies' and children's hair cut or curled
after the mo'l approved stylm. 8-lC-tf
Wanted Immediately. Three good
agonts to canvass for the sale of fruit trees
on commiiiion. A rare chance. None
need apply but thoie who can give the best
of references. Apply to
Corner Ninth and Walnut street-., Cairo
Merchants, saloon keepers, runners,
Uam.lert an.t til nil.... whn- )ln...
pira on January 1st, 1874, are hereby no
tified to renew tho same without delay.
31-81 M. J. Howley, City Clerk.
Any ono wiibing tomething mado in tbe
jewolry line for the holidays will please
send in their orders as soon as possiblo to
E. & W. Ruder, manfacturing jewelers
corner of Elgnth street and Washington
All-wool country knit sock" at 20 cents
ajpair. Alio, a fino.bed room sett, includ
ing a flno spring mittrcu, and many
other articles, at panic prices. Remember
auction sale of furniture evory Saturday
morning at 10 o'cloak, and dry goodi,
booti, shoes, etc., evory Saturday evening
at 7 o'clock. LOUIS H. MYERS.
I will tell my houio and lot on Commer
cial avenuo above Fourth streot (lot 3
block 15) at a bargain. Tbe bouso con
tains nine large rooms, including a large
bar-room. To any ono wishing to pur
cbato I will toll on good terms and o&sy
payments. SYh. McCohmick.
30 d&w lm
Two Batteries of two Boilers, each '2i
feet long, 42 inch Dram, 1! 14 inch Fluei
with flro fronts. Mud and Steam drums
Safety and Mud valves, Chimney and
Britchin, all completo and in first-class
orderf; beon uiod only throe months. For
price, etc., inquire oi J. T. Rennik,
9-33-tf. Vulcan Iron Works.
A NEW DRY GOODS STORE.
Mr Samuol Rack will shortly occupy
tho home rocently vacated by Mr. J. Bur
ger as a dry goods store. Ho will leave
fur Now York in a day or two, and pro
poses to lay in ono of the largost and most
fashionable stocks of dry goods over
brought to Cairo. Ho will take advan
tage of tbo panlo to buy his goods, and ex
pects to be able to sell as low, if not lower
than any other bouse in tho city, Ho will
open his store about the first of January.
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
Tho only place whore such inslrutnonts
aro kept in stock in Southern Illnola, Is at
E. & W. Sudor's, corner Elshtb street
and Washington avonus. They koop tho
colobrated Wm. Enabo piano, uied by
tbo most prominont musicians. Tbo
Bauer piano and organ, also tbo celobra
tod Vogel and Hughes organs. Any
ono wishing to surprito his fumlly with
such an Instrument would do woll by call
ng at Buder's, as they will makes rates
and terms more llboral than doulers of tbo
kind in large cltlaa. ll!-4td
Dr. M, O. Kent, of Ohio, a man of
more than twenty years' oxperionce In tho
practice of modlclne, can bo coniulted at
the Dolmonlco for fifteen or twenty days.
Tboso afillctod with any chronic disease
whatever will do woll to call on him
while ho remains In the city and obtain
roliof. Seo bills. 21
A i.AiiQK and completo stock of dry
goods, clothing, boots and shoos and crock
ery at panlo prices. Also tho largost as
sortment of holliday toys and fanoy goods.
Call and son before purchasing olsowhero,
lit Hartman's. li-iiltf
SPECIAL LOCAL NOTICES,
Heavy Under Shirts and Drawers at CO
cents each t Harttnan's,
Latest style gents' bats from $1 to
SI 10, at Hartman's. 11-29 tf
Full suits from $4 to $U at Hart
man's. Laroe all-wool sis-pound blankets at
S4 1! per pair, at Hartman's. 11-29 tf
Tbi Europoan hotel, Har.-y Walker
proprietor, is opon at all hours of the
Bur your gilt edge butter, fresh eggs,
Ac, of S. pAttonon, corner Ninth and
Walnut streets. 18-2w
Fun oaj and steam fitting go to Ren
nte's Vulcan iron works, Commorclal
avenue, foot of Ninth street 6-10-tf
Bur jour apples, cranberries and
onions, of S. Patterson, corner Ninth and
tt ainut streets. 182w
For a good square tnoal go to Harry
Walker's restaurant, Commercial avenue
between Seventh and Eighth street, lin
All kinds of game constantly on hand
at Harry Walkor's, Commercial avonuo
betwean Seventh and Eighth streets.
Eureka. Buy your beof, pork, sau
sage, lard, corned-beef and picketed pork,
of S. Patterson, corner Ninth and Wal
nut streets. 18-'iw
Ten pounds of sugar for$l at Wilcox's;
8) pounds of butter for $1 at Wilcox's;
S3 cents per peck tor potatoes at Wilcox's.
But your flour, meal, beans, potatoes
turnips and cabbage, of S. Patterson, cor
ner Ninth aud Walnut streets. lS-2w
A choice lot of turkics, j-eese, chickens,
ducks, and all kinds of wild meat, for hol
idays, at Patterson's, corner Ninth and
Walnut streets. 1B-2W
The largost slock ot silver and plated
ware; sliver and plated spoons, knives
Jcc, ever brought to Cairo, can be found
at E. A W. Buder's, corner Eighth street
and Washington avenue. IVI-ltd
Noticb Is hereby given that I will pay
no bills for goods sold to any of the obi
ployes of The Cairo Bulletin, either
or themselves or for tho uie of tbo office
unlese tho tamo are furnished on an order
(Ignod by Mr. Burnett or myielf.
12-20-ly .Innsr H. Ouerly.
Hotel to Let. Tho Courthouie Ho
tel, located on Twontieth street, between
Washington avenue and Poplar street, In
good repair, and in evory way desirable as
a hotel stand and boarding-house, con
taining nineteen rooms, wood-shed, all
other necessary outhouses, fins cellsr, &a.
will be let upon application to Jacob
Klein, at bis brick yard, near tbe Missis
sippi levee. U4 8t
At Cost. Having taken cxclusivo pos
seuion of my store, to close it out, I of
fer my enliro stock at wholoiale prlcos
at wholeiaU or retail; consisting in part
of a largo variety ot canned fruits, spices,
bakine powders, sardines, lobsters, teas
and every article usually kept in a first-
clan family grocery. Also wooden and
willow waro; a large assortment of tad-
dtos and harneis, bits, bridles, snaps,
brushes, whips, etc., otc. Terms strictly
caih. All persons indobted to mo are re
quested to call and tetlle their aeeound.
Iw D. Arter.
Du. J. W. Brioman treats all diseases
that provail in this climate, but ho will
givo special atlontion to diseases of the
"bronchial tubes, lungs and their tis
sues." Bronchitis, bronchial and tuborcu
lar concumption and pulmonary apoplexy
treated by inhalation of nobulized fluids,
medicatod airs, gases, vapors and powders.
Consumptives, although your disoase
stands at tbe head of all disoatos, both in
provalenco and fatality, there is hopo for
you yot. Cboer up. Ofllco bours from 10
a. m. until 3 p. rn.
J. W. Briqsiak, M. D.
Office and residenco, Twelfth street,
botween Walnut and Cedar, Cairo, 111
P. O. box tZG. 21-diV:w4t
Warehouse to Rent. The most con
veniont warehouse in tbo City of Cairo
can bo leased for ono yoar or a term of
years, or with tho prlvilogo of purchnto,
by applying to O. P. Lyon's Insurance
Office, botween Sixth and Seventh streets
Commercial avonue, Cairo, Illinoii. This
building is 127 feet front by CO and 70
feet deep and CO leot or more. Two sto
ries high, convenient to all the boat land
ings and convenient for receiving and
shipping from all tho railroads coming
into Cairo. Building permanent and of
capacity for heavy freights or merchan
dise, and good ofilce rooms. 28. Iw
Save Monet ir you want froih and
Now York Buckwhoat Flour.
New Orleans Sugar.
New Orleans Syrup.
Coffee bought before the advance.
Forty pounds A sugar for $5 00.
Toy Candy of all kinds
Raisins and frosh Currents.
Fresh Oysters 36 cents a can, receivod
We will tor tbe next 10 days sell goods
lower than oyor, out of ono of tho belt
assorted goneral stocks in Cairo, at
wholosalo or rotall. Come and seo us.
New York store, 100 Cotnmoroial avenue.
Mr. Marx Roller, tbo woll-known
nlano-tuncr, will on tbo first of next
month, establish, for the benefit f his
patrons, who pay him ton dollars a yoar in
advance for keeping tulor piano In tune, a
musical library which will contain noth
Inc but thochoicost music for new hoc In
ners, advanced pupils and accomplished
players. Tho muilo will bo tent woekly
free of charge to his customers, until M
Roller has obtalnod what ho is attor, and
that it a nice store. Yosterday he re
ceived a large number of new pieces of
the choicest music, which will be diitrlb
utod among his natrons, 12-lt-tf
Onlt 5-'- per month on and after Janu
ary 1st for day board at the Saint Charles.
DECEMBER 31, 1873.
THE ST. CHARLES HOTEL.
The undersigned' having resumed the
management of tho abovo hotel, trust by
strict attention to business, to tho wants
and comforts of their guests, to morlt tho
renowed favor of their old patrons and tbe
traveling publio in goneral.
Tho Saint Charles will atonco undergo
a thorough renovation, and bo mucb Im
proved in all lit appointmenti.
Good samplo rooms and special rates for
All baggage for guests convoyed to and
from the hotol free of chargo.
Jewktt Wilcox & Co., Proprietor,
P. Fitzgerald at his rooms, corutr
Fourteonth stroet an 1 Commercial nve
nuo, ofJ'ori for salo Guinness' Portor &
Bass' ales and puro Hanncs-y brandy,
and tbe geouino Acgoituro bittors, all
urst-cian cnoiera cures. Try tom
R. J ones, faihionable boot and ihou-
maker. Cork soles, Scotch bottoms, and
tbe latest improvements iu tho lino of his
business. Only tbo belt ana most com
petent workmen employed, and all work
warranted to be flrstclass in evory respect.
Shop on Commercial avonuo, near corner
of Tenth street. 10-7
CoKBTirATioN. -The peculiar virtues of
Dr. Price's Cream llikloi: Powder is
shown In cases where thore is a tondoncy
to Constipation, food in which it is utod ii
more easily digested and acts hi a natural
aperient to tho bowels, overcoming acidity
ot the stomach and flatulency. Let thoie
who are dyipcptic eat food mail a with lie.
Price's Cream Baking Powder and see
bow eatilv it is diceited. We know of
this powder and alio of Dr. Price's spoclal
flavorings, lemon, Ac, and do not heiitato
to indorse them. l'.'.Jl-d&w lw
If you want fresh
go to J. D.Zanone, at tho DcxterExcbangc,
No. 180. Ohio levee. 12-Mm-
1DLEW1LD MILLS FOR SALE UIIEA1,'.
Tbe above mills, all In good running order,
will be sold very choap ou easy terms. Ap
ply on the premises. 91. D. OUNTEIl.
NOTICE On and alter Monday, Novem
ber 3, and through tho winter, a warm lunch
will bo spread at tho Thalia taloon, opposite
The Bulletin office, at 10 o'clock a.m.,
everyday. All tho dcltcaciei of tho season.
11-2 lm A. Jarckkl. l'roprletoi.
ltosi hai on hand, and tor salo n Urge
quantity of oak and hickory wood, cut rinil
split, and ready for tho stove. Aleo all
kinds ol coal which will bo delivered in any
part of the city on short notice. Leave or
ders at coal yard, on Commercial avenuo,
oppoilto Eleventh street. Dec. C-Sm
Tho annual meeting of tho stockholders
of tbe Flrot National Bank of Cairo for the
election ol directors, wilt be held at the of
fice of said bank In Cairo, on Tuesday, Jan
uary 13, 1874, between the bours ot 10
o'clock a.m and 4. o'clock p.m.
Or as. Cunningham, Cashier.
C'Aino. Illi.. December 10, 167.. td
" DISSOLUTION NOTICE,
fhe partnership heretofore existing be
eween tho undersigned under thn uame and
style ol Aycra &Co., U thU day dlisohcd by
mutual consent of the rattles. Per-ons in
debted to tbo lato llrm will inuko payment
to S. D. Aycrs, who alono Is authorised to
receipt for kame. Tho business will bo car
ried on by S. D. Ayorsundurtho style oftho
ate firm. H. D. AVKits,
E. J. Aykiis.
Cairo, Ills., December 1, 1873. d-lw-wlm
The well-known Imslncfs stand ol Custcad
& Provo, at the moillh of CIcarcrnik, Alex
auder county, Illinois, bltuatcd In one of
tho finest agricultural dlntrlcts of tho Vct,
and with a well-cstabll-hed trade This will
bo lound a raro opportunity for an energetic
The premises consist of a store 20.YI0 feet
it dwelling of eight rooms, well ftirnl.hed
and conveniently arranged, yooil elbtcrns
und all uccesiary out-bulldlni;, and ono
aero of Und. Terms liberal. Apply or
address, Wm. Cuntead,
12-9-lm-d.tw. Clooarcrco Lauding, Ills.
Boot and shoo maker, Twen h street, be
tween Washington avonuo and Poplar
street, Is prepared to male booU anu shoos
In tho latest and most fashionahlo style.
Ho will make them to order, old or new
styles to suit customers, out of tho bs and
frc-hcxt stock, of which ho always .has 'a
good supply ou hand from which to make
selections. All fitting of boots and shoes
made by Mr. Ehlcrs Is dono in his own shop
no foreign fitting being .used by him.
Qlvo him a call, and ho will givo you satlt-
has his mammoth instrument shooting out
imperial photograph for Christmas presents,
at the rate of ono a minute. Tenons desi
rous of having a handsomely painted plcluro
and purely artistic in finish, should irlvo
their orders in season. Photographs can bo
mado on cloudy days equal to those on run.
shining ones at
owing to tho glgantlo sky-llght, which can
not bo surpassod In
HVAV YORK CITY.
Also on hand a fmo assortment ot gold and
walnut frame-. All aro Invited to call and
oxamlne. Portraits In oil up to II fo size and
aquarelle! of the highest finish, for which
tucdalNbave been awardoi'
Gallery on Sixth stroet, between Com
incrclal and Washington avenues, Cairo,
Illinois, 1-M0 tf
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE
Happy rcitnr lor young men from tho el
fcctMot errors and abuws In nurly life, Man
hood restored. Impediments to marrlaxo
removed, Now method ot treatment. Now
and rcmarkablo remedies, hooks ami rir
lulara Hont free. In sealed envelopes. Ad'
dress, Howard Association, No. U South
Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa. an institu
tion havlntf a high reputation for honorable
conduct and prnl'ii-linul skill, 111-2:1 d.Vw:im
K. J. AVERS
AYUKS ft CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Having a larger stock of V
and Children.' Clothing ou rll
csaary for tbe Cairo market an
making this our last seaion n cu'llclrctift
clothing, wc will sell our stock, (ono of tho
finest in the state), at New York Cost for tho
next thirty days. Parents wlihlng some flno
clothing at low llciircs lor Holiday presents,
can tin J them for salo in the above lol. This
Is no advertising dodge, but wo Intend to do
just what wo say i Sell tlio finest stocic
of Youths', Boys' and ciiildiikns' Cloth
ino ever brought to tbe state outsldo ol
Chicago at New York cost.
I. FAJtNBAKER SON,
No. 01, Ohio Leno, 2J door abovo First
1 will attend at tbo following times and
daces In the several prccluvt in this county
n conformity with law. for the purpose
ot receiving the stato aud county tax Lb tor
tho year lbi3, ni follows, to-U:
in unity precinct, at the iiuiisc ol William
Hnldcu. Mondar Jamiarv IP. lUlt,
In Unzlewood precinct, ut Dr. Jones' store,
loiecio, i ucsua), januiry .u, is4.
In Clear Creel; precinct, at Marchildon A
i.uucy a noro, mourn oi crctK, v euues
day. Jamiarv 21. 1874.
In 'inches precinct, at J. O. RoIIwItik'a
store.Tbcbes, 'Ihursduy, January 22, lS7t.
In SuuU Fo precipe!, at W. II. Anderson'
store, Smta Fc, Filday January 2.1, 1S74.
Ill (looso Islaud precinct, at O. Orueiitey'i
more, uuoso ismuu, auuruar, uanuary
In Dog Tooth precinct, at the home of N.
uuuntlVhCl . I UUBUHj, .JUUUIU .1, 10,-.
In South Cairo precinct, at tue oflk-u ol ,1.
V. iiarman, uuiro, vciUDuav, oauuary
In North Cairo precinct, nt tho court house,
Cairo, Thursday, January 21), 1S74.
Section No, l&t of the amended revenue
law of this state require, that levy by tho
collector upon tho personal proprrty ol the
tax payer be mado for the non-puMnent ol
porsonul taxes ou orbelure tho 10th day of
Section No. 177, provides that all taxes
upon real estate remaining unpaid on the
loth day or .March next, lhall bo deemed
Tax payers will bear lu mind these
cbango", ai the l'iw will bo vigorously en
forced. "Ho auro to 'brim; your title papors or
Ai.r.v. II. Ihvin, Collector.
Cairo, Ills., Dec, 31, 1873. lUw-nl
Tlio largo stock of elegant
dry goods with which .Burger
filled his new store-room a
few weeks ago, have l)cen
nearly all sold, the people
having been unable to resist
buying at the unpreccdent
edly low prices for which
thoy wore oflorcd. Burger
is now filling their places
with a still liner and more
beautiful assortment of goods
absolutely the cheapest and
best stock in the city. The
finest cashmeres, satins, em
press cloths, alapacas, mo
hairs, etc., etc., aro offered
at the vory lowest prices.
.Burger's shawls eclipse any
now sold in Cairo, both for
beauty and cheapness ; and
his furs, nubias, scarfs etc.,
aro also cheaper than tho
cheapest, lie has a full lino
of kid gloves in all colors,
kid gauntlets, and children's
woolen gloves in every style.
A largo lol of merino under
wear for ladies and children
is being sold at fabulously
low prices, and a large lot
of table linen, napkins, tow
els, sheeting, muslins, etc.,
etc. J n short, if anybody
wants anything, at any prico,
in tho line of dry goods, or
notions of any sort, ho or
sho will bo cortoin to find it
at Burgor's and just as cer
tain to bo suited in prico as
woll as kind or quality,
ENTERPRISE SAVING B
rUxrtcrtit ttKtrlt ai. ItCV.
CITY NATIONAL RANK, CAIRO
A. U, 8AFKOIID. President;
? 8,.TA,V,V,0K' Vlco-rresid-nt;
U. UY8LOP, uocretnry and TrsMurcr
. i ii'MKnvn,
Jt-HifMii-, u.V UAturiv,
. . w i r n . . . ,, 1
rf. 1. I HlLi.lt f,
Dcpunlciol -my Anomitwlti-on,
.1 rIvr...T oa '-"PO'tle Urn rat-) ol six
i peretat. pf annum, At arch Iitaad Bptm
s.i.f!,.ID.ir",no! n!'""in Ii s-Ho-i iramo
2itiJM P"nc,rl f Ibe depusiti, taersb;
L MARRIED WOllrU AND CHILTREJI MAY
i TdiT no oha iti clx asA-r rr
Ofn -arj buna dy fion axi. to 8 B.ra.,
ai HMnriUr .-. air tr,r HAViNn t r. viiatii:
from is s o cloik,
TUTS CITY NATIONAL
JB A. XT YC .
UASKO, 1.11,18 IH
UAMTAJ. . 11U0.000
vi e. hai.LiIDat, rrs-id-M
HKNKY L. I1AI.MDAY, W r( .sM
1. ILHAFroill). OtaMwi
TAl.TEK HVBLOr. A lu. itwlcr-
Htiati T.tiOii, Rn-.ru- It. "Smnm
rtixr.i I.. HauiI'at. V7. l IUlmt.
OH. I). WlltUMIV.I, k'l.Pfll). 11'
A. H. JUirans.
;:rruiitt, Vola t-ail Ustltlt.uri
Uond Itsiisht and (iu
DBP031TM rutti-ed, nJ a (tax Uayi
FIRST NATIONAL ANK
It. W. Millkii, President
J. M. Pki i.U'H. Vleo-l'rJeM
CUAU. CUNN1KUII.IM, Catr.
30LLEOTIONS PROMPT MADE.
EXOlU'fOE, oom, link ao --' f""1
iuiir-Dl AlloxU in TTJio Io',
33. F. 13LA-CE,
(Successor to H. T Oerould,)
STEAM AND fAS FITTING
AjJ Dealer in
Gas ANrSTKAit Pipb Fittisoj.
XXV ANOI.B VAI.V-11.
C3TDrivo wclli put down in any part ot
tho city or surrounding country,
IR-.! COMMERCIAL AVKNUK.
nE UMAN SCHAtETZSTORFF,
(Successor to H, Thlelocko.)
Dcitor In All mu:
3ETT.-KEN TKNTIt AND KLEVENTH BTRSETS
HavltiKpurch.vcd tho i;roccry cstanllsh
lieut of 11. Thlolockc. I shall nlwnyg keep
nlmnd n full and fresh supply ol all tho beat
roods iu my line, to bo lound In tho markot
liy stiict attention to liU6tiie", and lair deal
ing, I hopo not only to retain all tho ciutom
tlio Place Imi enjoyed iu tho past, but to udd
(o tlio list many new patrons. Asking a
inlr sharo of publio patronuso,
UOHpeutfUlly, II HUMAN HCltMlU7STOUl'i-.
c. n. HuaiiEs?"
O EX an AT.
OFFICE: Ohio Lcvce, ovisr Matfcuu JS
taTXone Itif First-Class Companie
SALTOltD, MOIUtlQ & OANDEE,
7.1 Ohio I.otci-,
CITY NATIONAL IIAKK BVILDINCI
I'he (ddetetabllshcd Agency in Southern
Illinois, representing over
SGu.OOO.OOO 00 !
ot tho bast Insurance, Capital ot the
A. J. 110 E, SI. J).
O.ileeovor Thorns A llro'ii. grocory store,
No. 131 Commercial uveuue. corner Eighth
street, Resldonco corner wathtiiKtOQ
nun and Fourteenth street,
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