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THE CAIKO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, JANUARY 3, 1J3T4,
LOCAL WEATHER HEPOltT.
ORsiitvxH's OrriOR, Caiko, Ills., I
December ill, 10:11 p.m., 137a. (
il&rometer, :S0:11 degroea.
Tbermotuoter, vi degrees.
Wind south. Velocity a miles per hour.
Maximum teniperaturo for tail 21 hours,
Prevailing wln.l fur last 24 hours, loiltti.
Total number of mile travolod by wind
during last 24 Uours, 1i;i.
Observer Blgnsl Service. U. 3. A.
ATHEM" IEjTX HUE.
Manager I), Hanuultt.
KIGlITil NIOHT OF
tub CAir.o wor.it a
tfANNY B. PRfCK.
SATURDAY EVJtNINU, Jan., 3, 18VI,
Will be presented the five act drum of
AMIUE Mlu Fanny II. J'rlco
KAKMEK PEASE Mr. D. Hancbett.
WEDDED, YET SO WIFE.
Parquette 76 Cts.
family Circle CO Cts.
Reserved Heals In Family circle... "5 Oil.
Bores $4 00
ltoserved Seats ran be procured it D.
Uartman's, without Extra Ciunor.
Doors open at 7 o'clock j Commencing k
The large stock of elegant
lry goods with which Burger
filled his new store-room a
few weeks ago, have been
nearly all sold, the people
having been unable to resist
buying at the unpreendent
edly low prices for which
they were oflered. Burger
is now tilling their places
with a still finer and more
beautiful assortment of goods
absolutely the cheapest and
best Htock in the city. The
finest cashmeres, satins, em
press cloths, alapacas, mo
hairs, etc., etc., arc offered
at the very lowest prices.
Burger's shawls eclipse any
now sold in Cairo, both for
beauty and cheapness ; and
his furs, nubias, Heart's etc.,
are also cheaper than the
cheapest. He lias a full lino
of kid glovos in .all colors,
kid gauntlets, and children's
woolen gloves in every style.
A largo lot of merino under
vcar for ladies andt children
it being sold at fabulously
lov prices, and a large lot
of ttblo linen, napkins, tow
ols, Meeting, muslins, etc.,
etc. a short, if anybody
wants at.ything, at any price,
in the linj of dry goods, or
notions of any sort, ho or
she will bo cortcin to find it
at Burger's and just as cer
tain to bo suited in prico as
well as kind or quality.
IT IS T-RtTIE
II E IS T1XI. LIVING AND IN VAIHO
Ula ofllco and dispensary At
NO. 22 EIGHTH STREET,
Dot. Coaimerctal and Washington uvonuoi
It U true, the docter Is ono or tho oldest
physicians of tho place, and hit diploma,
that hangs In his ofllco, shows that be baa
been 82 years In the profession, lie la dolus
larger offlco practice than any other phy
sician, treating all klnda of clirontu diseases
ot the human system, tmoh as old ulcers, and
all dlieaaca of .the akin, humor and blood
poisons; also disease of tho throat ; ulo
all diseases ot tho oyos of ycorB standing:
also artlltcUl oyos Inserted! fistula cured
without tho nee of a luilto; cancers cured
by the application of medicines; plinnlosou
tho face removed; all uriuary duoasea
cured ; all forma of venereal and private
diseases cured in tho shortest tluioj aemla
weakness and self-abuse cured lu a shor
It la oli-ovidcnt that a physician treating
cases for tweuiy-two years acquires great
All consultations conlldentlcal, In penon
AU medicines furnished at offlca In all
MS. ItKMlM 1JII. JUVlDUULTZ,
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
Overcoats Chinchilla from 7 to 9, at
Country knit socks, fuur pain for out
dollar at Uartman's, "
Eon MALt.Si7 iuHfon I. 0. K. 1!.
Terms easy. Add r en "
12-18.CI T. II. Finns:, Ulltan, lU.
Hon. D, W. Mckk t.as rjonoto Chicago
to attend Ike fuuoral of Uon. II J. tfweot.
r'OK Salk, oue. small Herring safe
c'joap. Euqulreo'f N.LintoK,
2 2-Ct. 01 Ohio Lovee.
A lahiib number of Mound City peo
plo wro In attendance at the Atbenum
Tim holders of policies iu tbo St. Louis
Mutual Life Insurauco Company are ro.
qucstod to meet this (Saturday) evening,
at 7 o'clock, kl the office of W. .1. Allen,
over First National Hank. 7-3-lt
Mit. ami Mm. Kuan re Buswortu, ar.
tiites of considerable ablllty,arrlvod in this
city by tbo 2:30 o'clock train this morning
and will this evening appear on tho boards
with tbo Fanny l'rlce theatrical combina
tion. . Ok Wednesday afternoon at Villa
Kldge, several employes of tho Illinois
Central railroad wore seriously Injured
by tho caving in ot a gravel bank. One
of the men bad ono of bis loot crushed
aud another was Injured about the bead.
'i'oticb. We desire tlo members of
the Concordia to be present at .ludgo
IJron' ollice, Hunday evenlog, January
4tbt at half-past seven o'clock, to attend
tho general nnoting. It. V. Uklzmr,
13 It Sscretary.
Ih'.Iudce Uroia' police court yesterday
John Miller, for being drunk, was lined
ono dollar and casts. Me paid bis fine
and went bis way unmolastod. Two fe
males, for being totnaWs of a homo of 111
repute, were lined $10 eacb, which tbey
Avion u the arrivals at tho St. Cuarlos
on New Year's day, were the followibg
citizens, wh registered for rooms and day
board: II. Kckoubcrger, Albert Lawis, Jas.
K. Miller, it. V. Make, M. h. Fulton, II
T. Oerould, O. L Do Zonla, D. U. Parker,
J. It. Otlcy and It. M.. Hagey.
'We must bog the indulgance of our
readers for tho meagre quantity uf read
ing matlor in tbla morning's Ui'llktix,
and also In to-morrow morning's. Most
oi our ouiploycs are youn men whose
parents reside outside of the city, and
several of them wont home to spend the
holidays, and will not return until to
night or to-morrow.
IIotll to Let. The Courthou.e Ho
tel, located on Twentieth 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 necosiary outbousrs, flno celltr, Ac.
will bo let upon application to Jacob
KUin, at his brick yard, noar the Missis
sippi livee. J4 fit
It is roperted that the Cairo, Texas and
Arkansai Kailroad Company liavo pur
chased the right of way to and consldora
blo ground at lilrd'aPoint.and that it Is tba
purposo of the company to at once extend
their road to that point. It is also said
that the forry boat Three States will bt
engaged to transfer freight and passen
gers botween this city i.nd tho terminus ot
the above named road. Thn enliro work
is expected to be completed in thirty days.
Mtsi Fbick's Benefit. Miss Price
anil her oicellent troupe may justly feul
proud of tho grand ovation tendered them
last nighton tho occailon of ilisij Price's
benoGt. In all our experience with the
atrical matters in this city (and that
covors a porlod of mora than eight years)
never havo wo seon a "better turnout" or
a more fashionable audience than that
which greotod this lady last night. Every
scat In the house was occupied, and stand
ing room was hard to find. The enter
tainment consisted of the groat sensational
drama "J ami Kyre," and tho comedy oi
"Wild Constance," in both oi which
Miss Price assumed the leading
characters. Her ronditloti of the
character of "Jano Eyre" was
excellent, and we assert that she renders
the cbaractor as finely as the best and
bettor than most actresses who have un
dertaken it. Last night alio was in the
voin, and made the character fairly sing,
if wo may bo allowod-that expression and
we think wo may. In rovealing to Lord
ltocbostor her love for him, sho rsse into
the atmospboro of great acting, in wslcli
few actors can live. Without that rant
ti Vinards, portraying with
naturalness the passions of the female
boarl, sho carried her audience along with
uor in the dtvolopement of tho character
and rose to the climax of the scono with,
out apparent effort, earning of the ju
dicious in the uuJionco npplaus
which wero heartily glvon.
Years and exporienco will doubt
less round off somo of tho rough
corners of Miss Price's stylo, but sho has
already, by study and histronlo talent, won
tho right to bo called n fine actress, and
her rendition of Jano Eyre makes it one
of her host characters. Twico during the
play she was called before the curtain,
Mr. Meldrum, as Lord llochestor, did, as
ho always docs, somo flno acting. Miss.
Julia Hancliott, as " Lady (Jeorglana, a
young widow and a daughter of Mrs.
Wed, iu search of a husband and fortune,"
was all that the character calls for.
All In all, last night's ontortalnmsnt
was a success in every sen, and wo con
gratulate Miss Price and her troupe on
their popularity with our theatro-golng
11 Little Barofoot" will be tbo play to
night. Mr. Frank Nosworth and lady ar
rived In the city this morning, and on
Monday night will take part' in tbo per
formance. Both and Mr. Mrs. Ilosworth
are fine acton,
Special Meotiag oftao City Council, called
by the Mayor, for Action upon Bonds.
Council CHAMna-R, Oaiko, Iu.., l
January 2,4 r.u., 1871. J
Present His lienor Mayor Wood and
Aldermen Korsmeyer, McEwen, McUan
ley) Meyers, Morris, Nell Is, Itlttonbouse
and ltoblnson 8.
State and city bouds of the following
named persons for license to retail liquors
for one year from January 1st, IB", were
presented and road, and, on motion, ap
proved separately, viz : Antonio Cells,
Patrick Moekler, Albert rjusanka, Henry
Lattoer, Wia. O'Callahan, Jamos Clonen
Thomas Naughton, James K. Lane, John
Scbeel, Louis Blattau, Henry Ulllerns,
John Hegarty, Jas. ii. Zanonc; Zanono Sc
Valla, Patrick Clancey, Patrick Fitr.ger
aid, Amatidus Jacket, John Sackberger,
Ilotto Sc Zanone, Peter Saup, FredScbeler,
Stephen Anselment, Usury Dinkel, Win,
Klugo, John Tanner, FeuchtorcV Co., Ed
ward llufntr, Mary Nassanu and Charles
State and city bonds of Elton McCarthy
for liquor license were presented and road,
and on motion of Alderman McUauloy,
approved, on a division, by a veto of Hve
State and city bonds of Jewett Wilcox
A Co, and Charles Weber were presented
and read, and, on motion of Alderman
Meyers, were each approved by a division
Tele of 5 to the vote in each case
being a tie, and the mayor voting for the
Htate and city bonds of John Curran for
liquor license were presented and read.
Alderman Meyers moved to appprove.
Alderman McEwen moved to amend by
tabling tho bonds. Amendment carried
by a vote of C to 4, the vote being a tie
and the mayor voting in the affirmative.
Alderman Meyers moved a reconsider.
tion of the approval of tho Vends of
Antonio Cella. Motion lest by vote of
3 to o.
On motion of Alderman Bitlenhouse
the council adjourned.
M.J. Ho w Lit r,' City Clerk.
Ten pounds of brown sugar for $1 ; S
pounds b-jst coffee sugar at $1 ; 3i pounds
of choice butter at SI ; J1 cents.fur lard;
Imperial tea at $1 ; Potatoes Zjl coots per
peck; applus l ceals, at WUcox's block
4 2-tf. .
One large white sow, no marks. Any
person returning her to the Egyptian
Mills wilt I e suitably rewarded. Vi 2-t
Three hundred dollars city scrip at
nlnty cents. Apply at Bulletin of
fice. B. A. Burnett.
Is hereby given that from and alter this
late, I will pay ho debts contracted on my
account, by any other person,
Tin. 1, 1H74. Isaac L. IIakrell.
The second and last term for geats will
take placo on Tuesday, January Bib, at 8
p.m. Seoond and last term for children
on Saturday, January "Jth, at 2 p.m.
C-3-31 C. Haubt, Teacher.
.Merchants, saloon keepers, runners,
teamsters and all others whose licenses ox
plre on January 1st, 1874, nro hereby no
tified to renew the same without delay
3l-Ut M. J. Hovlet, City Clerk.
Two Batteries of two Boilers, each 24
feot long, Z inch Dram, 2 14 inch Flues
with firo fronts. Mud and Steam drums
Safety and Mud valves, Chimney and
Britchin, all complete and in first-class
orderf; boen used 'only three months. For
price, etc., Inquire of J, T. Kennik,
.i-23-tf. Vulcan Iron Works.
OrncEOP Caieo A St. Louis
IUiliiuad CoMfANr, Cairo,
Ills., Doc. 31st, 18
A meeting of tho directors of this com
pany will bo bold on Tuesday, the 6th day
of January noxt, A. D., 1874, at 11 o'clock
a.m., at the station house on the depot
grounds of said company, in the city of
East St. Louis, Illinois.
S. Staath Tavloh,
On Seventh street, Cairo, Illinois, one
of the most beautltul homesteads in the
city,; consisting of two lots handsomely
enclosed, set with flowers, evergreons,
shrubbery, Ac, Jfcc ; a well built and neatly
runlshed cottago containing soveu rooms
cellar, cistern, wood bouse, wash bouso,
bath houseand coal bouso, with gass and
evory convenience. Apply to
John Q. Habhon 4 Co.,
Ileal Estate Agents.
January, 1874. 8-8-lm
At Cost. Having taken exclusive pos
session of my store, tn closo It out, I of
fer my entire stock at wholesale prices
at wholesale or retail; consisting In part
of a large variety of canned fruits, spices
baking Dowderc, sardines, lobsters, teas
and overy artlole usually kept In a first-
class family grocery. Also wooden and
willow waro; a large assortment of sad
dles and harness, bits, bridles, snaps,
brushes, whips, etc, otu. Terms strictly
cash. All persons indebted to me are re
quested to call and sttllt their anounts.
w D. Ar.TKH.
Du. J. W. BuiauAN treats all disouces
that prevail in this climate, but bo will
giro special attention to dlsoases of tbo
"bronchial tubes, lungs and their tis
sues." Bronchitis, bronchial and tubercu
lar consumption and pulmonary apoplexy
troated by inhalation of nobullr.od fluids,
medicated airs, gases, vapors and powders.
Consumptives, although your dlsoaso
stands at tho head of all diseases, both in
prevalence and fatality,. there is hope for
you yet. Cheer up. Office hours from 10
a. m. until 3 p. m.
J. W. Briouav, M, 13,
Office and residence, Twelfth street,
between Walnut and Co.lar, Cairo, III
V, O. box 126. 'l-d&w4t
. KITES NEWS.
. J Far Mali
and drpartarti for the 24 hoars en4lnr at 6
0. in. i an evening :
Steamer V P Oracey, Columbus
" JIKisk, Paducah
11 Idlewitd, Evansvllo
Stoarncr F PUracey, Columbus
11 Jim Fisk, Paducah
" Idlowild, EvansTllle
The Ohio river has fallen flftoon Inches
since last report. The Mississippi Is also
There is no chango worthy of note in
the condition cf business, There was att
much doing yesterday.
The weather was very warm and pleas
ant throughout the day, with indications
of ra)n at nicht.
A telegram received yesterday from the
Arkansas Belle, statod that she was de
tained by the btavy fog thon prevailing,
and would not arrivo until this morale f
Tho Lady Lee was reported hard
aground at Powr's Island. The John
Moans was to take a barge to light lsor
The Idlewild brought 2.00U sacks of
corn ; 300 brls nour;20Obrls pork, and
Uvo tons mlscolaneous freight for rsship-
All-wool country knit socks at 20 cents
a'pair. Also, a flno bed room sett, inclttd
log 'a flno spring msttress, and many
other article, at panic prices. Koraembor
auction sale of furniture every Saturday
morning at 10 o'clotk, and dry goods,
boots, shoes, etc., overy Saturday evening
at 7 o'clock. LOUIS H. MYEKH.
I will sell my houte and lot on Commer
cial avenuo above Fourth stroet (lot 3
block 15) at a bargain. The bousa con
tains nine large rooms, including a large
bar-room. To any ono wishing to pur
chase I will sell on good terms and easy
payments. Wu. McCoruick,
30 d&w ltn
THE ST. CHARLES HOTEL
The undersigned bavins resumed the
management of the abovo hotel, trust by
strict attention to business, to tho wants
and comforts of their guests, to inoritthe
ronowed favor of their old potrons and the
traveling public in general.
The Saint Charles will atonco undergo
a thorough renovatioa, and bo much iur
proved in all its appointments.
Good sample rooms and special rates for
All baggago for guests conveyed to and
from the kotel frco of charge.
JuwettWilcojcJ: Co., Propriators.
Souetiiino New. 1 havo Improved
and perfected a new process by which the
Ferrotype is brought out equal to the beat
Photographs, and more durable. Copies
from paintings and engravings made fully
equal to the original in appearance, the
lights and shades brought out with ro
markablo appearance, so that nothing
surpasses the beauty and natural expres
sion of the picture And in fact any old
pictures are copied by this process so as to
look as well or hotter than the original
picture. Those having old pictures or
choice paintings or ongravlngs for pres
ents, cannot do hotter than avail them
selves of this remarkable improvement.
J. J. Tuomasi, Photographer,
Corner of Eighth street and Commercial
Save Monkt if you want fresh and
Now York Buckwheat Flour.
New Orleans Sugar.
New Orleans Syrup.
Coffee bought beforo the advance.
Forty pounds A sugar lor $3 CO.
Toy Candy of all kinds
lUislns and fresh Currents.
Fresh Oysters 35 cents a can, received
We will lor the next 10 days sell goods
lower than over, out of one of the best
assorted general stocks in Cairo, at
wholesale or rotail. Come and see us.
New York store, 100 Commercial avenue.
Warehouse io Kent. Tho wostcon
veniont warehouse in the City of Cairo
can bo leased for one year or a term of
years, or with the privlloge of purchase,
by applying tOvD. P. Lyon's Insurance
Otlico, botwoen Sixth and Stvonth streets
Commercial avenue, Cairo, Illinois. This
building is 127 feet front by CO and 70
foot deep nnd CO ieot or moro. Two sto
ries high, convenient to all the boat land
ings and convenient for receiving and
shipping from all the railroads coming
Into Cairo. Building permanent add of
capacity for heavy freights or merchan
dise, anil good ofllco rooms. 28-1 w
The barber shop is on tbo corner, of
Eighth street and Commercial avenue
wbero J. Uoorgo Stionbouso with his gen
tlemanly assistants can bo found at any
hour of the day or night, readv to soothe
your fouling with a smooth shave, or cool
your temper and head with a good sham
poo. It is a first-class shop, and you are
sure of receiving flrst-clais treatment.
Ladles' and uhlldrou'a hair enter curled
after -tlm most approved stylos. 8-16-tf
PAUTiEe having monthly raagazinoa and
other periodicals to bind would do woll to
send them to J, C. Hulcs,at thu Bulletin
Bindery, whj la now doing such work at
greil bargains. Our merchants wanting
blank books for the uew year would do
well to call nnd examine his price listi
which they will find at low as the lowosl-
Uood work or no charge. 3b-2w
A lahqk and complete stock of dry
goods, clothing, boots and shoes and crock
ery at panic prices. Also thu largest as
sortment of holliday toys and fancy goods.
Call and see b(firt) purobsslng elsewhere,
At Uartman's. U-'."J tf
SPECIAL LOCAL NOTICES.
Heavy Under Shirts and Drawers at CO
cents each at Itartman's.
Latest style gents' hats from $1 to
$1 to, at Uartman's. 11-29 tf
Full suits from 94 to I2 at Hart-
Larob all-wool six-pound blankets at
$4 2 per pair, at Uartman's. 11-39 tf
For as and steam fitting go to Iten
nle's Tulcan iron works, Commercial
avenue, feot of Ninth street 8-10-tf
For a good square meal go to Harry
Walker's restaurant, Commercial avenue
between Seventh and Eighth street, ltn
Tue European hotel, Harry Walker
proprietor, is opon at all hours nf the
All kinds of gamo constantly on hand
at Harry Walker's, Commercial avonuo
between Seventh and Eighth streets.
1 1-7-1 m
Notice is hereby given that I will pay
no bills for goods sold to any of tho em
ployes of Tui Cairo Bulletin, either
or themsolves or for tho use of tho office
unlese the same are furnished on an order
(Ignod by Mr. Burnett or myself. a
1 2.20-1 y John H. Onxat.T.
P. Fitzgerald at his rooms, corner
Fourteenth street and Commercial avO'
nuo. offers for salo Guinness' Porter ii
Bass' ales and puro Uonncssy brandy,
and the genuine Azeosturo bitters, all
first-class cholorn cures. Try them
Wanted Ihmidiatxly. Throo p,ood
agents to canvass for the. aalo of fruit trees
on commission. A raro chance. Nono
neod apply but those who can give thu best
of references. Apply to
Corner Ninth nnd Walnut streets, Cairo,
B. Jones, fashionable boot and shoo
maker. Cork soles, Scotch bottoms, and
the latest improvements In tho lino uf bis
businoss. Only thu belt ana most com
potent workmen employed, and all work
warranted to bo flrstclass in every respect.
Shop on Commercial avenuo, near corner
of Tenth street. 10-7
lioAUDiNO and Locuino. Mrs. Van
daventer, on Tenth street, betwoeu Wash
ington avenue and Walnut street, conven
ient to the business portion ot the city,
can accommodato a few boarders with
meals and lodging, A number of day
boarders will also be received. Terms
Constipation. ino peculiar virtues of
Dr. rrices cream Uaun rowdor is
shown In cases wbero there is a tendency
to Constipation, food in which it is used is
moro easily digested and acts as n natural
aperient to the bowels, overcoming ncldlly
ot the stomach and flatulency. Lt those
who are dyspeptic eat food made with l)r,
Prices Cream UaUlot? Powdor and see
how easily It is digested. We know of
this powder and also of Dr. Prico'a specinl
flavorings, lemon, &o., and do not hesitate
to inaerse tnom. 12-31-Uixw iw
ir you want fresh
go to J. D.Zanone, at the Dexter Exchange
Ho. ISO, Ohio levee. i:-.Vlm-
IDLEWILD MILLS FOB SALE CHEAP,
The above mills, all In good running order,
will be sold very choap on caey terms. Ap
plv on the premises. M. D. Ou.ni Kit.
NOTICE On and alter Monday, Not um
ber 3, and through the winter, a warm lunch
will bo spread at the Thalia a!oon, opposite
Tue Uullxtin office, at 10 o'clock a.m.,
everyday. AU tho delicacies, of tho season.
11-i lm A. Jakcekl, Proprietor.
Koss has on band, and lor sale a Urge
quantity of oak and hickory wood, cut und
split, and ready for the stove. Aio all
kinds of uoal which will bo dclltcicd In any
part Of the city on short notice. Leave or
den at coal yard, on Commercial avenue,
opposite Eleventh meet. Dec. t-"m
The annual meeting of the stockholders
of the First National Hauk of Cairo for tho
election ot directors, will be held at tho of.
flee of said batik lu Cairo, on Tuesday, Jan
uary IS, 1874, between the hours ot 10
o'clock a.m and 4. o'clock p.m.
Ciias. Cunningham, Cashier.
Caiiio, Itls., December 10, 187:1. id
t'ho partnership heretofore existing be
tween the undersigned under the name and
style ot Aycrs &Co., U this day dhsolvcd by
mutual consent of the parties. Persons In
debted to the late firm will mako payment
to S. D. Aycrs.who alouo it authorized to
receipt for sumo. The business will bo cur
ried ou by S. I. Aycrs under tho stylo of tho
ate Arm. S. D. Aykus,
E. J. AYKiis.
Caiko, Ills., December 1, 1873. iMtv-tvlm
The well-known business stand ot Custead
A Prove, at tho moulli of Clcurcroek, Alex
ander county. Illinois, sltunted lu one of
tho finest agricultural districts of the West,
and with a wclt-csUblMieil trade. TliUvvlll
bo found a raro opportunity for un cnergctln
The promises consist of a .'tore 2UXI0 feet
a dwelling of olght rooma. well furnished
and conveniently arranged, food cisterns
ami Ml necessary out-buildings, and one
aeio of land. Terms, liberal. Apply or
address, WM. Custkah,
l'J.'J-lui-d.ttv, Cleuarcree Landing, Ills.
has his mammoth instrument (.hooting out
imperial photographs lorChrlstiuaaprcscnlH,
at the rato of one a minute. lVroui desi
re ih of having a handsomely painted picture
uud purely urtUtlo In il'ilsh, bhould give
their orders In season. Photographs can be
niHilc on cloudy days equal to those on sun
shining ones at
owing to the glgautlc sky-Msht, which can
not be surpassed lu
NEW YOB K CITY.
Also ou baud a flno assortment ol gold and
walnut frames. All are Invited to call tin tl
examine, Portrults in oil up to life .lie and
aquarelles ol tho highest ilulsh, for which
medals have b,eu awardei'
Qullery on Sixth street, between Com
morclal and Wfuhlngtou ateuues, Cairo,
Illinois. 12-10 tf
Boot nnd ahon maker, Twen h atrett, be
tween Washington avenuo and Ponlar
street, li prepared to mate hoots anu shoes
In tho latest and most lashlonablo stylci.
He will make ibcm to order, old or ntvr
tyles to suit customers, out of tho hi ' nnd
freshest stock, of which he always ,h.ii'n
good supply on hand from which to inako
selections. All tlttlug of boots aud !ioe
made by Mr. Khler Is dono In his own shop
no foreign fitting belni,' .useil by Mm.
Ulvo him a call, and he will gle you j.itlf
PATIENTS ATTENTION I
Having a larger atock of Youths', Boys
and Children)' Clothing on hand than Is ticc
cssary for the Cairo market anil an Idea of
making this our last Kenton u ch lldrcns
clothing, tre will sell our stock, (one of tho
finest In the'statc), at New Yomc Cost for tho
next thirty days. Parents wishing somo lino
clothing at low figures for Holiday present.
can find Ihcm for Kilo in tho abovo lot. Till
Is no advertising dodec, but tro intend to do
Just what tvo eay: Sell the ri.vnsT stock
of 1 ouths', Bov.V nn.l Cuu.diiknh' Cloth-
ino ever brought to ciiu m.ko ouuliln of
Chicago at NEW YoltK cost.
I. FAUN H A K Ell SON,
No. CI. Ohio l.evec, 2d door abovo First
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE
lienor relief for vouns men from tho ef
fects ol errnrn uud nhiiKci) tn early life. Man
hood restored. Impediments to marriage
removed. New method of treatment. New
and rcmarknblo remedies. Honks uud clr.
rular fcnt free, in Haled envelopes. Ad
drci", Howard An-oclatlon. No. 'J South
Ninth htrcct, Philadelphia, Pa. an Institu
tion having high reputation for honorable
conduct ana proros'ionaiskiii. iu-- n.vwum
I will attend at the following tlmeri ami
places In thu several precincts Intliu county
In conformitr with law, for the purpose
of receiving tho stato ami county taxes for
tho vcar lSI.J. in follow", to-tvlt:
In Unity precinct, ut the houo ot William
Uoldeu, Monday January 10, 1871.
In llnzlcwnod precinct, ut Dr. Jones' store,
Toledo, Tuesday,. lamtiry 20. 1871.
In Clear Creek precinct, at Marcldldon A
Cttlley's tore, month of creek, Wednes
day. January i. 1871.
In 'I'hclirs precinct, at .1. li. Ilolltvlng's
storc.Tbelios, Tlilirday,.lanuaryUJ, 1811.
In rianta l c precinct, at V . II. Anderson'
store, SsntaFo, Piiday January 23, Is7f7
III liOoso l.luixl ptoolnct. at O. (IrooiiKy'n
store, Ciouso island, rsuturaav, January
In Dog Tooth precinct, at the house of N.
Hlins.tckcr. Tuesday. January 'J7. 1871.
n oulli Cairo precinct, at tno olllro of J.
(. Ilarman, Cairo, Weilncday, January
Iu North Cairo piccinrt, at tho court lion.c,
Cairo. Thursday. January 2, 1874.
Section No. l.'it of thu amended levenuo
1st. of till statu requires that levy by tho
collector upon the personal props rty of the
tax payor lie made for the non-payment ol
porsotiul taxes ou or before the 10th day of
.Section No. 177, provides that all taxes
upon reul estutu reiualniP unpaid on the
luth dav ot .March next, i-hall he deemed
Tux p-iycrs will bear in mind these
rhamrrs, n the law will lo tljoroindy en
forced. llu mro to ;tiriiur your title paper or
last years tax receipts with you, that no er
rors In paying tuxcH may occur.
Af.E.v. II. IliviN, Collector.
Caiiki. UN.. Dec. .11, lt7H. dlW-td
BUTO JEC 33
AND DEALER IN
Kioiirii Htukxt, Bctwexn VAeniNQTon
AND COUMEUCIAL AVKNUXB,
VOJolnlnc Mltlenltouko Hint IIiiuii7,m
lii-op tlio teat or lleef, I'ork, Mutton VeM.
Lunti, SU(k, kto,, trnt are prepar-t to strye
llnoaa In tlie inont QCMthl" maancf.
CITT NATIONAL HANK IlUIKUIKU.
CSTtfpeclal iittenlion paid to orders from
le tuibimt, nluht or d'iv.
(Successor to Jamos Kyn&eton,)
IHnOlUIH ANU DlSALKIl IN ALL IClNUS OY
COKHr.lt NlNtrratNTll AND l'OVLAlt HTi),,
Huys and claughtorH only the Viest c.nitlc,
nogs aut huvcp, ana is pruparcti to nu m-y
lomacd for frcehmeati) from ono pound to
t-n thoiiNintl pounds.
IIYJjANI) & HA HE II,
ANU DBALKI18 IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OF EVERY DESCKLPTION,
nrner 10th street ami Ceiumorclal avcuu
next tloor to the Hyland baluon.
11.10 tf. OA I HO, ILL.'!.
JAMES KYN ASTON,
B'CTTO IEL" ZED J&
AM) DKALlill IT.
ALL KINDS OI' FJIE8I1 MEATS.
Near cor. TwrsiltctU Ktrvet huiI Void.
Huys and slaughters only tho best Cattle,
iluga and Sheen, und Is prepared to till or
lers for Eresh MotU from one to ten thou
amt jMttmdt. 7-Mt'
A. J. ROH, M. D.
OfUceover Thorns 4 Bro's. grocer' ,toro
No. 134 Commercial avenue. eorB'jr'.uU!
attest. Resldeooo eorner W"J nrto av
nu and Kourleentlt street.
LOOK OUT 0R"""Wn
To be given by the
AT WASHINGTON HALL,
MONDAY, JANUARY 19th, ion
TICEETS ONE DOLLAR.
Each ticket entitles the bolder to a
evince In Uic rattle for u (30
HOLD HEADED CANE.
Tlckotn for sala ut Paul O. MchuhV, E, A
V. ISudcr's, M..I, McUaiilev's und J. Bur
f l-3.2tv Com. of Arrangements.
THE NAVAL STATION,
MOUND CITY, ILLINOIS.
SATUHDAY JAN. ICth, 12 o'clock, u.
ONE BKOWN MAltE MULE,
About l.'ij hands high, tour years old, welt
broko to saddle anu harness, at public auc
tion to the hlchest bidder, for casli. y or
dcr of tlie cblcr of Eurcatt of Yards and
Docks, II. li. PiULiiBicir,
Carpenter U. S, N.
Mound City, Janii, 1871. V It
WllKltBAri Mathew D. Hunter by his sale
mortgage dated October 7. 1872, and re
corded tn volume 7. of sale mortgages on
pae 111, In the Uccordcr's office of Alex
ander county, Illinois, convoyed to the un
dersigned tlie following, to-tvtt : A lease
hold citate for tho term of live (51 years, in
and to lobs six (01, seven (7) and eight (8), iu
uiock iiirco i.ii in mo um auaiuon io we
cltv of Cairo, Illinois, commencing March V,
137 1, under and br virtuo of a certain lease
bottling date, March 0, 1871. executed by b.
Slants Taylor and Edwlu Parsons, trustees
f the Cairo City Property to Peter A. Co
nant, .mil by said Peter A. Conant, with the
written consent of said Taylor and Parson,
aurtgnod to nald Mathew D, Oucterou the
Illst or May, 1872, together with all the Im
provements thereon, belonging to the said
Ounter of overy kind and nature aoever, lu
chidlnt: mill llxtures, enijlnos, boilers, burs
aud oilier fixtures apportaluluj; and belong
ing to the mill building thoreon sltuato; to
scciiro tho payment or a certain promissory
note in said mortgage specified : Now un
der the provisions ol nald tale mortgage, de
fault having been made In tho patment of
tec note therein mentioned, the undersigned
will otter cald property for pale at auction,
to the highest bidder, for cash,
at the court house door, Cairo, Illinois, at 'i
o'clock p.m. on SATUHDAY T1IK 21T11
DAT OF JANUARY, A, D. 1874.
llr-NTtr L. IlALLIDAY,
Mortgagee aud Trustee.
firecn .t (illhcrt, Attorneys.
Wtir.nr.AH, Mathow D. Guntcr. bachelor,
by hi salo motguge, dated March liSlb. 1871,
und recorded ou page 07 of book & of deeds
In tho Recorder' olllcc of Alexander
county, Illinois; And, whereas, Mathew
I). Uuntcr and wife by their tale mort
gage datotl .Till v 7, 1871, and recorded on
pa-o71 ot book 'of deeds in the Recorder's
olttco or Aloxandcr county, Illinois, con
vojed to tho undersigned, tue following de
scribed lotri and proiicrty, to-tvlt : Lot thlr-ty-nlne
(3'J) Iu block thirty-two (32) and lot
twenty-ouo (21) In block eigbty-two (82), all
In tho first addition to the city of Cairo Ills.;
Also n leasehold estato for tno term of teu
(10) year, in and to lots sixteen (16) and
Kcvontoen (17), In block sixteen (16) in the
tint addition to the city of Cairo, IlllnoU.
commencing Doecmber ft, 1370, under anil
by tlrtue of a certafn leas bearing date
Decouibcr 0, 1870, executed by W. 0. and
II. C. Johns, trustees lor Wm. Martin,
to the said MnlhetvD. Ounter, together with
all uud singular tho 1. .I'ldings and Improve
ments of every Uud or nature aoever
situate on tbl lots, sixteen (lfi) aud seven
teen (17) bii'JU"ng to saldQuntcr, to-wlt:
one dtvelllu , ono store and dwelling
house, one mill 1 ulug with mill llxuircs,
engine, boilers, bur.s and other fixtures ap
pertaining and belouglug thereto, to secure
the payment of certain promissory notes lu
snltl two mortgages specified : Now, under
tlio provisions of both of tald sale mortgages
default having been made fn the payment
of the notes lu them mentioned, tho under
signed will oiler said property for sale, at
auction, to tho highest bidder, tor cosh, at
the court house door. Cairo, Illinois, at 2
o'clock p.m. on SATURDAY, TUE iTH
DAY OF JANUARY, A. D. 1874.
IIknky L. Hallway,
Mcrtgagoo and l'ruitee.
Green .t (illbort, Attorneys.
SAMUJiL 1. WHKKLKll,
ATTOKNKV k COUNSELOR AT LAW
Offlco over First National bank. 3-I53m
WIIiLIAX J. AltLEN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Utllce ovor First National bank. S-lC-Jra
John 11. Mulkey.
Willam C. Mulkey
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Dlltoe: Elis'hth stroot, between Comraer
lil and Wavhlugtou avenues,
GREEN & GILBKKT,
William II. (It
William n. Ollbsrl
sasropooisl tt.ntlon lea le Ailsalnlsr
imot-omoLBvn,moon t Av
MITTWATinWAT. KAT jfB OYl
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Htir Airs Bill rial Brati,
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