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TIIE CAIRO DAIL Y BULLETIN, THURSDAY, JANUARY 1, 174.
LOCAL WEATHER RKPOllT.
Orsbryer's OrriCR, Onto, I
Dtetmber .11, 10:11 p.m., 187H- (
Barometer, .10:11 degrees.
Tboimoraeter, 42 degree.
Wind south. Velocity Smiles per lour,
Weather cloud j
Maximum ttxnrernturs lor Ut 31 Lour,
tilaltruratemjera'.urt icr thelitis touts,
1'rettUlDr wind for lost U hours, south.
Total number of 'miles trvld by vrlod
di-riag ImI 24 hours, ICS.
Obserrer Sbins.1 Service, U. 9. A.
HAPPY TOT YEAH !
.Mnnsgor D. )1i.vcih:tt,
imi-JAT HILL TO-NIGHT.
SIXTH NIGHT OK
TUB CAIRO TiVoRITK
FANNY B. PRICE.
Wliu vrlll appear In tlic Great tho aU
.... MIps 1'nnny B, I'rlco'
r. u. iiancimt
The Kvenlng's Xr.tuilitlmnerit to Cum
uonco with the laughable for co uf
A LOAN OF A LOVER.
Varsjuette 7,', Cti.
family Uirclo f, OH.
Reserved Seats In Family circle.. .TO Cti.
Itoxet l 00
Reserved Seats csri Ui procured at I).
siaucaan's, without J-.-XTra C'iiarob.
Doors opon at T o'clock ; Co in inducing a
c. n."h u'g 1 fro 's ,"'
OFFICE: Ohio l.eee, over Mitbus. A
BMIA II LI It II IU
bAFFOKD, MOR1US A L'ANDKK,
78 Ohio l.otrtf,
CITY VATIOKAL tIA.NK HVILlU.ln
1 tie oldest established Agency In .Southern
llliuois, representee oer
SC5,OUO,000 00 !
it tbe best Imuranee Capital ot tbe
l ulled hutes.
SAMUEL- P. WHEELER,
AITORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW
Oiflee over First National bank. C-ll3m
WILLIAM J. ALLEN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
UMoe over First National bank. 3-IC-Sci
.loliu Jl. Mulkcy. Wilhtui O. Mulkey
MULKHY fc SON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
voice: Kkhth street, between Coiuruer
cUl and WaHbluirtou uvenuos.
tfRKKN & GILBERT,
OOUNHBLOK3 AT LAW,
William U.Ureaa, 1
William 11 Gilbert, V CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
artipeetal attsnticn s,lfun to Admiralty and
CFFIOU 4niOUtVBH,U0OMS T AMD 8 OTIU
T. X. KIM RKO UGH,
CARPENTER & BUILDER
jgt i'fMth'.KIreet Hurt Wnhlu(on Avenue.
3T All kinds of Jobbing work doue on
.,uort notice, audtngoodstyU Leave oi
OAIUO AND PADUPAH
The splendid BlcsnmKr
Dick Fowi.kh, UpUlu
'l,eavi Ctro DAILY, (Sunday eaoepted) nt
O.Oi ' F-u HJU'IJ Ull OOKt
- , H M AH.OHY, Atft.
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
UitKKr.T Friday evenlnu.
Tim public ichooU will roopon on Mon
Ororcsal Obinsbllln frotn 57 to ?9, at
Country knit ock$, fuur fain fc? o.t
dollar e.t Uartmen's. If
KKMKM3.it tfae Fanny I'rlco beneflt on
Mil. Oiikuly wIM leavo for r3prlnBnld
FiusT-Ci.ASi day board at iecond-cla
ratei at tho Halnt Obarlc hotel. 27tf
For SAt.KSavTniU on I. O. . It.
To mi i oaiy. Addreit
l'MS-Ct T. 15. Faiiiibx, Ullian, III.
VA;rr. ltiMtiiATi:LY. Thro hue
drol dollars' worth of city ecrlp. inquire
of 1-.H L. Uaktmav.
The January term of ttiu Circuit Court
will tc.lu on Monday. Tho criminal
docket Ii vory lttrgo.
Piiist-Claib day board tt 93Cond-tlu!J
rn'.ci tt U.o Ualnt Clinrlei hotol. 27-tf
TtiiER does no. Keeji hli opofa rjUsics
10 much m ho did. It will bo nccc'iary
to (tDRagft tbotn bofore bandsa cheap.
Mn. Titos. 1!. MiOluke. of Ulnar
Crick precinct, tin big kini; farmer of
Alexander Cautity, in tin city y
Mr. Ciiaj. Oai.iuhr yntordtj louded
mveral can nitb tl ur for Ncvr Urleani
Tbflcur: v:ill tbrougn without break
' pnpsr v lit 1-. leiucd frviu this oflko
on Fridav mor&ln. Janutry 1-t is a
logal bo'.idry, and v profn to taku ad
vantage of it.
Ma:;h:ki. At St. l'alricVi, Calbuilc
church, Monday evening, December 28lh,
by Father Zbel, Jlr. Fra-ik Suiankt to
Mlis Maria L Junes.
Uu.-ixxis Is lively at tho St. Cbarlei
Whole rcgiuienti draw tbtlr rations thcro
tbrco times a day, and v ilcoi tltt up
at nlj;ht to laugh and it happy.
I)i:. I)ol'GLAJ!n Is sway ut Chicago fur
"rest and refreshment," and .be places
that know hirn onco will knov him ro
rnoro" for several days, at least.
TitiArnb Hall at Scheui't Hall, lait
night, was attended by a vory large num
ber uf people, all of whom unltu ir. saying
it was ono of tb most enjoyablo atfirs of
Mr. F. I). KsxroitD, wifo and daugh
ter, 31 r. C. L. I'.oot and daughters ot Chi
cago, and Mr. II. F. Retford loft this
city rumerily on tbs J). Howard, on a
plfxiu-o excursion to New Orleans.
The Metbudist sociable hold at Capt. G.
L. Williamson'', on Tuesday ceening, was
a most onjoyable occasion. The attend
ance was vory largfl, and comprised mom
bsrs of nearly til tho different shurehes
in the city.
Piiomincnt among the arriveh at tlo
"St. Charles hotel i" O. Wallor, St. Louis:
II. II. Marin, J. S. Mills. Chicago ; O. W.
Anderson. 'aibvills ; W.O. White, Hal
tlmore; E. H. Hati'ock, Kvaiuvillo; Jas
Hole, .la:lison, Tenu.
Thk hsneGt-tendered by a number of
prominet citir.ens to Miss Funny li. Price
on Friday overling, promises to bo well at
tended. Miss Price has becomo a great
favorito with our play-golng people, and
that they will give her a crowded houee
on this occasion U undoubtoJ.
Tils Hough sad Heady flro company's
ball last night nr.i a grand success. Thore
was a good attendance nnd lots of fun.
The supper was one of the bast evar
spreaJ on a like occasion in this city. Tho
Hough and He&dya a hi ays da things up in
style, and wero riot lacking on this occa
lion. Tiik attondsnco at tho Atiieneuni lait
night was not eo large r.s on tho previous
evening, owing probably to the fact that
many of our people wero out purchasing
How Vuur presents, However, tho house
was comfortably well lillod. The play of
t'Lady of Lyons," was wall rendered, caoh
and nil tbn actors sustaining their charac
ters wrll. To-night for the ilrst time in
many years tho great five f.ct dramit of
"Ingomar, .ho Uarbarian,'' will bo put on
tho boards, with Miss Piiso nc Parthcnln,
and Mr. LI. llincllQtt ai "Inouiar.' A
full house may he expectod.
1'oi.UB Court. John McGrath and
Wm. llrady, wore llnd S'J and costs oncb
for being drunk. They were sent to tho
lockup for three days each. A. Cain ar
rested botti tbo above named individuals.
John Downing was arroslod by chief of
polioo, McHalp, for disturbing tho peace.
Downing was II nod $5 and the trimmings,
In default of the payment of which be was
tont to the calaboose for live days, Hoactta
Smith, proprietress, and Anna Gregory
and Iltirrotto Moony, inmates of a homo
of ill repute, wore llnd, the first named
$25, r.nd costs, and the latter $10 nnd costs
encb. Tho flnos and coats wero paid.
Wk Horn tbo iRdies, for tho benefit of
our rmbltious young mon, will remoniber
our siitjgestluii urn! tie n Idnu ribbon on
tho door handlo It "t homo" to New
Yoar's callers. For us, wo bavo our cards
rotidy, Hnd shall (all on all who ban," out
a baskotj but wo don't drink nnd will
theroforo light shy of bluo ribbons. Wo
nro rather partial to baskets. Wo think
somo of sondlng our compllmonts and
cards around In a very large baskot by
the hand of a vory small boy. It would
bo a great accommodation and save n deal
of troublo ir the ladles would call, and call
early for our " Happy New Yoar's." Wo
liavo plenty and thoy mint bo distributee'.
We are not "JaneAriu" and our latch
string it out,
OUK SOUTHERN- OUTLET.
'1 lie Cairo nnd Fulton Hallroad -nil
it Texas Connection,
One of the Greatest Itullnay Kuter
prhis cu the American Continent.
TheLtttla Kock, (Ark.,J 'GaxetU ' re
ferring la a rscent Isiua to the Cairo and
Fulton railroad, and Its connections, says.
The c7tapltllon of tbo Cairo and Fulton
bridge across the Arkansas river at this
paint, makes another ra In the history of
our city, and Is another evidence of the
Indomitable pluck and energy of that cor
poration. Since Mr. Allen became the
head of tbo onterpriio no railroad in the
country was over built moro expedi
tiously. During the past three years the
Arkansas branch of tho Iron Mountain,
ono hundred and eleven miles of the
rosd; the Cairo and Fulton from M oark
to Fulton, three hundred and four miles j
and the Cairo branch of tho sama road,
seventy-two miles, havo been built and
fully equipped making, in all, four hun
dred nnd clghty-ieven miles of road. lie
sldoi this, the bridge across Kd river Ii
nearly cornploled tho nineteen and one
half miles between Fulton and Texarkana
Is graded and tied ready for tho iron. On
no great railway enterprise that w can
now rocall, unless, perhaps, th Union
Pacific, was work evnr pushed mors rap
Idly and satisfactorily. Arkansas is
greatly ludebtad to the head of this great
enterprise, Hon. Thomas Allen, for the en
ergy displayed by him. Ho has pro
ceeded quietly and unostentatiously with
his work, and unlike someothor Aakansas
railroad men, has let the politics of tlo
Btate alone and attended strictly to his
own buslnese. Political schemers and
bluckmallurs have tried repeatedly to
thwart him in his undertaking or levy
tribute upon him, but he has succeeded
df'pita their efforts.
We now bavo two routes to the Knit
over tho Cairo and Fulton road the one
by St. Lculs and the other by Cairo. As
lojn as tho gap between Fulton and Tex
arkana is built, which will be but a short
tima now, a connection will be made with
the International Hallway uf Texas,
which runs diagonally aurcis that
State, &s the Cairo !c Fulton dose across
thi. At Loogview tbe International
road crosses tho Toxas .V Pacific of
Torn Ssolt, now running from Shrove
port to Dallas; at Palestine the Hous
ton fc Groet Itorthurc rood, going
to Houston and Galveston, is inter
sected, and at Her.rno tho International
crosios the Texas Central, which runs
from D.niion on the border of the Indian
country, to Galvestcn. The International
then p'rocoeJs on a direct line to Austin,
the capital of Texas, and ultimately on to
the P.io Grande, and to tho city of ths
Mor.ler.umas, and (till on beyond until the
t'acitlc or Gulf of California is reached.
At Texarkana, the Trans-Continental
( Fremont's enterprise) forms a connection
with tho Cairo and Fulton. This road
runs up the valley of the Kd river,
through one of the richest sections in the
world. It passes through Sherman, and
on to Fort Wortb, where a junction is
made with tho Texas Pacific.
No railway line on the continent will
form a greater highway than tbe Cairo
and Fulton, when the Texas and Mexican
links are all cemplotcd.
Mound City Itcm.
(Mound City Correspondence.
Tuesday, Dec 30th. Fine weather.
Hoads are in good condition for this
Frank Chapman is loading two model
barges with hoop poles for New Orleans.
Kdward Shippcn, Eq., is doing
double duty, manufacturing wheelbar
rown and acting editor of the Journal.
The fact that Oberly is to be our next
member of Congress has. made a few feel
gloomy, but tbe active voters in this di
rection are well Mtii9ol with tbe pros
poet. Jos' so.
Tho Good Templars havo boon stage
struck, and will play " Ten Nights in a
liar Room" .New Year's niifbt, at tbe
Methodist church. Admission li cents
Thoy will have a crowded bouse.
The factories are doing well, consider
ing the hard times. The stave factory,
Woodwortb Handle Works, and marina
ways arc ruunlnc nearly full tirco. The
Hub and Spoke Company will probably
start up atter January 1st. I bavo not
heard of any reduction of wages.
"Tbo Kgyptian Choral lociety" havo
annonced that they will give a grand en
tertainment at Stokes' hall, Wednesday
evening, January H'.L. A prothitlc
drama entitled, "The Spirit of Seventy
Six or The Coming Woman,"iwlll be pre
sented with tho following cut :
Tom Carberry Mr. Kenner Kldrod,
Mr. Wigfall Mr. Duke H. Carter,
Wolverine GrifUn....Mus Anne Holmos,
Mrs. Hadger Mrs. F. W. Canon,
Victorino Miss S. Howard
The Judge Mrs. L. G. Harris
The play Is a popular one, having.
reached a cala of over 20,000 coplm
Stokes' bsllwill be arranged oxprcssl'for
this occasion, and a special trainfrom
Cairo and return will adcommodata tholr
friends in your city. X
Morch&ntc, saloon keepers, runners,
teamitors and all others whose llconsos ox-
plre on Jnnunry 1074, tra homliy uu,
tificd to ronow tho samo without dolnv.
;M-3t M. J. IiowLKT, City Clork.
Two llatterios of two Hollers, each 1!4
feot long, i inch Dram, 2 11 inch Flues
with Uro fronts. tMud nnd Stoam drums
Safety and Mud valves, Chimney and
llritchin, all completo nnd in first-class
order'; boen used only throe months. For
price, etc., Inquire oi J. T. Henhik,
n-23-tf. Vulcan Iron Works,
A NEW DHY GOODS STOHK.
Mr Snmuol Hack will shortly occupy
tho houso recently vacated by Mr. J. Ilur
gor as n dry goods etoro. Ho will leavo
for Now York In nday or two, nnd pro
poses to lay in ono of the largest nnd most
fashionable stocks of dry gocdi over
brought to Citiro. Ho will titko advan
tage of tho panic to buy lib goods, and ex
pects to bo Hide to sell as low, if not lower
than any other hoiue in tho city, Ho will
open his store about tbo first of January.
Wantbd Immcuiatrly. Three good
agents to canvass fur tbe snlo of fruit trees
on commission. A rarohance. Nona
need apply but tlioso whocan give the best
of ruferonccs, Apply to
Corner Nintli r.nd Walnut strecta, Cairo
Tn European hotel, Harry Walker
proprietor, Is upon ut all hours of th
s-tyht. It. 7.1m
Frldnr Evening, Jantiarr 'id, 1874.
Tbo following correspondence will ex
plain Itself i
Cairo, I i.lb, December 30, 1674.
Mies Fahhy B. Prick: Being desirous
of proving our admiration of your ability
as an artiste in the profession you to justly
adorn, and of our high estimate ot your
private and (octal wortb as a lady, we tho
undersigned would respectfully tender you
a complimentary testimonial, to take
place on Friday evening, January Vd,
1174, which we will endeavor to make u
substantial token of our esteem and re
gard, We remain,
A II Safford, W II Morris,
Miles F Gilbert, P M Stockfieth,
Wm II Thomas,
W O Hughes,
W P Wright,
O W Dunning,
u L Davit,
O N Hughes,
F S Kent,
Jno U Oberly,
H L Halliday and many others.
St..Cuakles HoTcr., )
Cairo, 111., Dec. 30, 1313.
To Messrs. A. B. Safford, F. Dross, H. L.
Ualllday, C. W. Dunning, W. II. -orris
and others :
GstHTLXUtn Your kind not of the 30th
ho just been banded to mo. Whilo thank
ing you for tbe kind allusions to mo. pro
fessionally and personally, I beg leavo to
stale that Friday evening, January I'd,
will be tat apart for the proposed "testi
monial" when will be presented "Jane
Byre," and Knowle's comedy, " Wild
Trusting that the abave will meot with
your approval, I remain, respectfully,
Fakmy M. Pkics.
and depsrturet for the 24 hours ending; std
p. iu. laet evening :
Sttnruer Arkansas Uelle, Kvansviiln
" City of Chester, St Louis
V V Gracey, Columbus
" John F Tolle, New Orleans
" Puragcu: Pittsburg
" Jim Fisk.Peducah
Hello Memphis, Memphis
" City of VIcksburg, St L-wls
" Oakland, New Orleans
Steamer F P Gracey, Columbus
Jim Fisk, Paducah
" Arkansas Hello, Kvansrlllo
" City of Chester, Memphis
Paragon, New Orleans
" City of VIcksburg, Ylcksburg
" Oakland, Louisville
TUK 81 Y IRS.
The fall In tbe Ohio river rtneo last re
port was nlnetoen Inches.
The Mississippi Is declining at the rate
of three inches per day, with five feet wa
ter reported between this port and St.
The City of Viozsburg, which came
out ot the Mississippi late last evening,
reports that stream as full of 'ice,
though It w toft, and should the weather
continue mild for a day or two, it will
probably disappear and loive tbo river
open to navigation.
1ICJINE1S AMD WEATHER.
There was very little business tram
acleJ yesterday. The weather was milder
than on the previous day.
items ok CAr.ao.
The Arkansas Relle brought out COG
tasks of corn, 17 cattle; 'J 5 barrels of
whisky ; 80 pork tiercos nnd 100 dry
barrels lor roihipment South, and '-17
racks of wheat for Cairo. Sho had 40
passengors and a pleasure party of 50
couplos from Metropolis, who camo to
Cairo to attond the theater.
Tho John F. Tollo discharged at this
place 100 hhds. sugar, 219 barrols molas
ses, 'J 19 barrels rice, 28 bales moss, 'ii bar
rels peeans, and 100,000 feet lumber ; and
has 5J bars iron, 24 boxes merchandise,
4G0 hhds. sugar, 55 hhJs bottles, 25 bales
moss for St. Louis. She also discharged
105 tons below this point.
The Oakland has two empty barges for
The storn-wheol stcsmor Glasgow will
be sold by the United States Marshal at
Hickman, Kentucky, on January 7th. The
terms of tale are one-third cash
and the balance In four months time, with
The ferry Lboat, Three States, ran
aground yesterday forenoon on tho bar a
short distance from tho landing on the
Kentucky side. She was detained several
bouro before getting on".
Tho St. Louis 'Globe' of yestorday says:
The river fell rapidly since last report.
Up to C p. m. tbo doclino wat 11 incbet.
This will glvo only about 5 feet out to
Cairo and the channel difficult to find.
Tbe weather continues clear and cold,
with heavy Ice la tbo river. Rniinati
wat very active yetterdty j tbe outgoing
boats were receiving rapidly. Freight
rates south wore advanced as follows : To
VIcksburg and Now Orleans 35c per 100,
and 70o per brl flour. A further advanoo
will no doubt be mado to-day.
Tho following extract from tho annual
report of the Cincinnati Chamber of Com
merce, will bo of Interest to river men :
Tho total number of steamboat arrivals
during the year was '2,340, compared with
J. '271 in tho previous yoar, and tho steam
boat departures were Z,33;,oompared with
2,235 in 1871-2. Tbo whole number of
steamboats and barges which ran botwoen
this and olhor ports wat 331, compared
with 851 In tho previous year, and 325 in
the year 1870-1, with a tonsce In 1872-3 of
82,000, compared with 85,721 1871-i, and
81,801 In 1870-1.
NOT I OK.
Omen ov C. A Sr. L. H. It. Company, 1
UAIUO, ILLS, I0. 31st, 1B7I.
A meeting of the directors of this com
pany will bo held on Tuesday, the 0th day
of January noxt, A. I) , 1874, at 11 o'clock
a.m., at the station house on the depot
grounds of said company, in the city of
KastSt. Louis, Illinois,
A laruk and complete stock of dry
goods, clothing, boots and shoes and crock
ery at panic prices, Alto tbe largest as
sortment of liolllday toys and fancy goods.
Call and too before purchasing oltewbore,
at Hnrtmaii'd. 11-29 tf
SPECIAL LOCAL NOTICES.
Heavy Under Shirts and Drawer nt CO
cents each at Hartman'i.
Latkst stylo gents' hats trom $1 to
ft 60, at Uartman't. 11-29 tf
Full suits from ft to $12 at Hnrt
mati't, Laroe all-wool six-pound blankets at
$4 2t per pair, at ltnrtman's. 11-29 tf
For oas and steam fitting go to Ben
nit's Vulcan Iron works, Commercial
avenue, foot of Mlnth street 9-IO-tf
Fan a good square) meal go to Harry
Walker's restaurant, Commercial avonuo
belwetn Seventh and Kighth stroet. lm
All kinds of game constantly on hand
at Harry Walker's, Commercial avonuo
between Sevontb and Eighth streets.
Tkk pounds of sugar for $1 at Wilcox's;
3 pounds of butter for $1 at Wilcox's;
25 cants per peck tor potatoes at Wilcox't.
Notice tt hereby given that I wilt pay
no bills for goods sold to any of tbo om
ployos of Tn Cairo Bclltik, either
or thsmsolvos or for tha ma of tlio oCloo
unleto tho samo are furnished on an ardor
tlgncd by Mr. Hurnett or myself.
12-20-ly JonK If. Oiikrly.
HoTti. to Lict. Tho Courthouse Ho
tel, located on Twontieth street, between
Washington nvonue and Poplar street, In
good repair, and In evory way desirable as
a hotel stand and boarding-house, con
talning nineteen rooms, wood-rbed, all
other necossary outhouses, flno colli r, &a.
will bo let upon application to Jacob
Klein, et bis brick yard, near tho Missis
sippi levee. .4 8t
Tuk barber shop Is on the corner of
Kighth utrcot and Commercial avenue
where J. George Sticnhotue with his gen.
tlomanly assistants can be found id any
hour of tbo day or night, riadv to suolho
your feelings with a smooth sbnTe, cr cool
your temper and head with a good sham
poo. It is a first-class shop, and you aro
sure of receiving '8rsl-clas treatment.
Ladled and children's hair cut or curled
after tho most approved stylus. 0-15-tf
At Cost. Having taken orolusivo pos
session of my storo, to close it out, I of
fer my entire stock at wholesale prices
at wholesale or retail; consisting in part
of a large variety ot canned fruits, spices,
bakinc cowdorr. sardines, lobsters, toss
and overy article usually kept in a first-
class family grocery. Also wooden and
willow ware; a largo assortment of sad
dles and harness, bits, bridles, maps,
brushes, whips, etc., etc. Terms strictly
cash. All porsons Indebted to mo aro re
quested to call and ttllU ir.cir accounts.
4w D. Artkr.
Dr. J. W. Hriomah treats all dlscaros
that prevail in this climate, but ho will
glvo special attention to diseases of tho
"bronchial tubos, lungs nnd their lis
sues." Bronchitis, bronchial and tubercu
lar consumption and pulmonary apoplexy
treatea by luLnlailon of iiubiilizea nuias,
.medicated airs, gasos, vapors and jiowdcrs.
Consumptives, although your dieetso
stands at the head of nil diseases, both in
prevalence and fatality, Ihero is liopo for
you yot. Cheer up. OtTico hours from 10
a.m. until 3 p. jn.
J. W. Briohak, M. D,
Ofiico and residence, Twelfth elroct,
between Walnut and Colar, Cairo, III
P.O. box 21-i&w4t
Warehouse to Kent. Tho most con
vonlent warehouse in the City of Culro
can bo leased for ono yor or i: term of
years, or with tho privilege of purchnbe,
by applying to O. P. Lyon's Insurance
Oltlco. between Sixth and Sovunth stroots-
Commercial avenue, Cairo, lllinoi;. This
building Is 127 feet front by CO and 70
feet deep and 60 tcot or moro. Two sto
ries blgh, convenient to all the boat land
ings and convenient for receiving and
shipping from all tho railroads coming
into Cairo. Hulldlng permanent and of
capacity for heavy freights or merchan
dise, and good office rooms. 2b'-lv
Save .Monky ir you want fresh and
New York Buckwheat Flour.
New Orleans Sugar.
New Orleans Syrup.
Coffoa bought before the sdvtuuv.
Forty pounds A sugar for 15 00.
Toy Candy of oil kinds
Italsinsand fresh Currents.
Fresh Oysters 35 cent u can, rce!vod
We will tor tho next 10 days fell goods
lower than over, out of ono of tho best
assorted general Mocks in Culro, ut
wholesale or ro'.ail. Coma and auo m.
New York storo, 100 Commercial avenue.
Mn. Marx Hollkr, tho well-kuovn
piano-tunor, will on tho Arst of next
month, establish, for tho bmiollt of his
patrons, who pay him ten dollnrs a year In
advance for hooping thler piano In tunc, a
musical library which will contain noth
ing but thecholcost music for new begin
ners, advanced pupils and accomplished
players. Tbe muslo will bo tent weakly
froeof chargoto hit customer!, until Mr.
Holler has obtainnd wlir.t ho is aflor, nnd
that is a nico storo. Yesterday ho re
ceived a largo number of now pieces of
tho choicest music, which will bo distrib
uted among Ills natrons. 12-14-tf
HoMKTiii.sa New. 1 havo Improved
and purftfetofl a new process by w.ncli tho j
Forrotype is brought outc'iunl t the hist
I'lfctograpbs, and more dunible. Copies
from paintings nd engravings mado fully
uqual to tho original in appearance, tho
lights and shades brought out with ro
markablo appearance, so that nothing
surpasses the beauty and natural expres
sion of the icturo. And in fact any old
pictures aru :ioiod by this process so as to
look as woll or bolter than tho original
picture. Those having old pictures or
eboice paintings or engravings' for pres
ents, cannot do betlor than avail them
selves of thlt rouurkablo improvomont.
J. J. Tiiohab, Pbotographor,
Cornor of Eighth struct and Commercial
If you want frcih
go to J. D..anonc, nt tho DoxtcrKxchange,
no. i;;u, unio levee. l-iVlm-
IDLEWILD MILLS-FOltaAUl CHEAP.
The above mills, nit Ingood runningordcr,
will be sold vory cheap on easy terms. Ap
ply on the premises. 31. D. Gu.ntkii.
NOTICD-On and nttcrMotiduy,Notcm-
her 3, and through tho winter, a warm lunch
Will be spread at the Thalia saloon, opposite
The Bulletin office, at 10 o'clock a.m.,
everyday. All tho delicacies of the scruon.
11-2 lm A. Jakckkl, 1'ruprlctot.
Host has on hand, and lor sale a large
quantity of oak and hickory wood, cut nnd
split, and ready, for tho stove. Also all
kinds oi coal which will be dclhcred In any
part of the city on short notice. Leave or
ders at coal yard, on Commercial avenue,
opponlto Klfnontli street. Dei;. Cim
The annual meeting or tho stockholders
of the Flmt National Hank of Cairo for thn
elcctiou ot directors, will be held at tho of
fice of sat J bank In Cairo, on Tuesday, Jan
uary 13, 1874, between tho hour ot 10
Vclock a.m and 4. oMock i.m.
Chab. Cu.NNiNotu.M, Cashier.
Caiiio, UN., December 10, 1371. td
fbo partnership heretofore existing be
tween the undersigned under the tunif nnd
Mylc ot Aycrs A Co., ts this day dissolved by
mutual consent of the paitici. Pertoni in
debted to tho late llru will mako payment
to S. D. Aycrs, who nlono U uulliorlzcd to
receipt for same. Tho buslnc? will he car
ried on by S, I). Aycrs tindcrtho stylo of the
ate Urm. S. t). Ayeiis,
V.. .1. Aykus.
Cairo, Ills., December , 1S73. d-lw-wlm
'rite well-known business stand ot Custcad
& Provo, at tho motilh of C'lc.ircrcck, Alex
under county, Illinois, Mtuatcd tn one of
the Itneet agricultural dlrtrlcta of the West,
and with a wcll-cntnblhlicd trade. This will
bo louud a rare opportunity fur an euergctie
Tho premises consist of V.oro 20X40 lect
a dwelling of eight loom-, well furulahcd
and conveniently arranged, good cltcrns
and all necessary out-buildings, nnd one
acre of l.iml. Terms liberal. Apply or
12-0-lm- d.Uw Clearcroc Lsndlng, Ills,
Hoot and shoo maker, Twcn hiitrcet, be
tween Washington avenuo and Poplar
street, I. prepared to make boots; anu shoes
In tho htot and most laehionnblc styles.
He will make them to order, old or mw
styles to mil customers, out of thu b:. and
trchest stock, of which ho always iws n
good supply on hand from which to mako
selections. All fllttng ot boot nnd blioen
made by Mr. Klileri Is done tit liU own bop
no foreign fitting beln used by him.
Give him a call, and he will glvo you satlt
faction. WILLIAM WINTlilt
has his mammoth Instrument thontlng out
Imperial photographs for Christmas presents
at the rate of ono a minute. Persons denl
rous of having a handsomely painted picture
nnd purely artistic In finish, should iilvo
their orders In season. Photographs can be
made on cloudy days equal to tboo on sun
shining ones ut
owing to tho gigantic Hiy-llght, which can
not bo surpassed In
NKW YOKK CITY.
Also on hand a lino assortment ot gold and
walnut lrinp. All nro united to call and
examine. Portraits In oil up to life size and
aquarelles of the blglici-l lluhb, for which
medals have been aw.'inlut'
Gallery on Sixth street, between Com
inerclal und Washington a milieu, Cairo,
Illinois. K'.iu tr
PAiiEN'TS ATTENTION I
llavliiL- a Ian;er stock of Youths', lloys
and Children Clothing on IihiuI than Is nee
cbary for tho Cairo mat ket and nu Idea of
making tli' our !at season n ch lldreiu
clothing, wo will toll our toek, (ono of the
HnfletlnthoHtatc),nt Nuw Yor.KCObTfortho
next thirty days. Parents wishing somo tine
clothing at low llgunu for Holiday proccim,
can find them (or salmu tho above lot. This
is no advertising dodue. but we Intend to do
Just what wo nay: Skll the ii.nmht btocic
oi Y'ouius', llovs' and Ciiu.itnHNa' Cloth-
i.no ever brought to tho state outside ot
Chicago ut New Yoint cost.
I. FAItNllAlCUU ft hON,
No. 01. Ohio Looe, id dour above First
OBSTACLES TO ALAHmAGE
llatiiiv relief ror voiiiil- men irom tho of-
feetsot errors mid abuse In nirly life. Man
hood restored, liiipeillmelits to tuarriairn
removeil. New method of treatment. New
tint remarkable remedies. Hooks and cir
miliars cent free. In Sjitlud cnwlones. Ad-
iliets, Howard Asulatlou, No. t! Suutli
Ninth ntreet, Phlladolphln, I'n. an in'tltu
tton having a Is ltjlt riqiutntlon for hnnorablo
conduct and prol'olonal skill, In.'in d.Vuiini
P. Fitsgerald t his rooms, corner
Fourteenth streot nn I Commercial nvo-
nue, oilers lor sr.lo Guinness' Porter &
Bites' ales and pure Hauncssy bmndy,
and thu gnnuiiio Asgosturo bittors, -all
flrst-cinss onolorn ititoa. Try tuem
IX. Jusru, fashiunablo boot and shoe-
maker. Cork soles, Scotch bottom, and
the latest Improvements In tho lino uf his
busiiiust. Only tho host anu most com
petent workmen employed, and all work
warranted to bo llrstclass in every respect.
Shop on Commercial avenue, near corner
uf Tenth ltroot. 10-7
Tim ST. ohatVles HOTliL.
The undorsignoi having resumed the
msnngomont of tho abovo hotel, trust by
strict attention to business, to the wants
and comforts of their guests, to merit tho
ronowed favor or their old patrons and the
travoling publlo In general.
The Saint Charles will nlonco undergo
n thorough ronovatlon, nnd bo much lm
proved in all its appointments.
Good sample rooms and special rates for
All bsggngo for guosts conveyed to and
from tho hotel frco of charge.
Jewxtt Wilcox it Co., proprietors.
AlLwool country knit tock nt 20 cents
ajpnlr. Also, a flno bed room sott, includ
ing pc flno spring msttreu, nnJ many
othjr articles, ut panic prices. Bemcmbqr
euo'.lon sato of furnlturo ovory Saturday
morning at 10 o'cloek, nnd dry good",
boots, shoes, etc., ovory Saturday ovenlng
nt 7 o'clock; LOUIS It. MYERS.
I will cell my houso and lot on Commer
cial avenue nbovo Fourth street (let 3
block 15) nt a bargain. Tha homo con
tains r.lnn largo rooms, Including a largo
bar-room. To any ono .wishing to pur
chase I will tell on good torms nnd easy
paymonts. Wit, McCormice.
30 (Utw lm
All who have neglected to supply
themselves and their triends with Christ
ina) present, nnd those whodciiro to cole
brato tho now your hy "goln forth bear
ing gifts ' to their frwndf, should not fall
to call on 15. k W. Ruder, cornor Eighth
strcot and Washington aronuc, as they
have n varied stock of presents to choosu
from, nnd toll nt exceedingly low prices
P.tKTiUtt having monthly magazines and
other periodicals to Und would do woll to
send thorn to J. C. Hules.at tho Hullkti
Hlndery, win Is n"w doing such work at
great bargains. Our morehtnts wanting
blank books for the new year would do
well .to call and cxnmlno his prlco list,
which they will find nt low ni tho lowest-
Uool work or no charge. 3U-2w
Hoardiso and Loi)OiMO.M.rs. Van-
davonter, on Tenth street, botwoon Wash
ington nventio and AValnut strcot, convon
lent to tno business portion of tho city,
can accemmodato n fow boarders with
monls and lodging, A number of day
boarders will also bo received, Torms
CoNhTli-ATloK. Tho peculiar virtues of
Dr. Price's Oruam linking Powder is
shown in cases where thcro is a tendency
to Constipation, food iu which it is used is
moro easily digested nnd nets as n natural
uporiont to tho bowols, ovorcomlnij ncldity
ot tho stomach nnd flaluloncy. Let tiioio
who nro dyspeptic oat food mado with Dr.
Price's Cream linking Powder and seo
bow easily it Is digested. We know of
this powder nnd also of Dr. Price's special
flavorings, lemon, to., nnd do not hoiitate
to iudnrsu them. 12-31-d&w lw
R . S M Y T H "& C O . ,
2TO. GO OHIO LHVEH
i Aiitu, x t.14 m o a ii.
Cor. Commorolal Av. and 19th tit.
1 will attend at tho followltig times and
placed In lliu scvcralprcclncts In this county
in cuurormlly with law, for tho purpose,
uf icceivinjf tho state and county taxes for
fioyoar 137:i, as follows, to-wlt:
In lnlly jireclnct, at tho house ot William
llnldeti, .Monday Jauitary It), lt74.
Iu llazlewood precinct, ut Ur. Jones' store,
Toledo. Tiictl:iv. Jaiiusrv 'JO. 1874.
lit Clear Creel; precinct, tit Marchildon ft
Ctlllev's storo, mouth of crock, Wednes
day, January "Jl, 1S74.
In 'lliulics precinct, at J. O. ltollwlnu's
storo.TJiebes, Thursday, .Inuuary 2J, 18. 1,
In Santa I'o prcclnet. ut W. I). Audcrson's
store, Ssnta yc, Fiiday January 2.1, 1574.
Iu tiooro Island precinct, ut O. uroouloj's
ntoro, Ooosa Island, Saturday. January
In Dog Tooth prorluct. at the liotino of N.
Hunsaeker, Tuesday, January a7. 1674.
In South Cairo preclnet, at tno oClee of J.
(). illinium, Cairo, Weilno-dny, Jauuary
In North Cairo precinct, nt tho court house,
Cairo, Thursday, January St), 1ST1.
Section No. 1SI of the amended revenue,
law of this state lequlres that levy by thu
collector upon tho personal prop, l ly ot tho
lux payci uo niaiio mi uiv miii-puj nieiu oi
personal taxes on or before tha lOili day of
Section No. 177, provides that all tnxes
upon veal ostuto rcuialiilng tuqmld tm the
HUh day ot March nel, shall bo deemed
Tax payers will hear In mind theso
Jimiiow, iu tho Jaw will lie vigorously eu-ton-cd.
"Ilo mrii to hrlir your tltlo papers or
hut years tax receipt with you, that no er
rors in paying tuxes m iy occur,
Alex. 11. litvi.s, Collector.
CAIlit). til.. Dee.. Ut. 1S7:I. ilw-td
XJT IS HOT TZRO-O
in; is .vi im. uvisu ai i.v cairii
UU offlce and dispensary nt
NO. Uli EIGHTH STREET,
Hct. Coinmordl.it and Washington avenues
It I true, tho doetor i.s om of tho oldest
plivslulaus of the place, and hU diploma,
E ti tit hangs In his fllke, shows that bo has
been 3J years in tho profession. Ho U doing
a larger olllce practice than tiny other phy
sician, troutlng ah kinds ot chronlo diseases
ot tho human system, U''U as ot.d ulcers, anil
all diseases of too sklu, liumors and blood
poisons; also dlscasos of tlio throat; also
nil diseases ot tbe oyes ot yoar staudliig :
also artlticiul eyes iii..iited; ilstula cured
without tho u of a unila ; cancers ouretl
bytho application or medielnus; plmnlusou
tbo face removed; all urluary diseases
cured ; nil tonus of unereal siul private
diseases cured lu the shortest tlmoj semla
weakness and M'lf-abuso cured in a shor
lime. ... .
It is self-evident that a physician treating
cases for twenty-two years aoqmres gwat
All conuultatlons contldentlcal, tn person
TaH me'dlc'lnes furnished at cflloa In all
M. (U-2311'.l DB.DAVIIlHtJLT,