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THK 0A1K0 DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, JANUARY 0, 1874.
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Miix i.iiini tcniperAturv! Jotl-i'l t hour,
it u.i utit teiiijicriilMf lor lt 'M hours,
to il i'us. ' t
't - wind fur last 21 hours, uorih
rt, . , "
loti Lumber of miles irsvtM ltjr Wind
i. ' -i hours, SIN,
1 IllAVIN (Wltl.AVn,
Olexrver Mlual Pi itlco. II. K. A.
TH Jil l i U LL 1JT1 N.
A 1 ) V F IIT I S F M J5NTS
.a. r eh: S3 :ir HIT)" :iyr..
P 1WDEI) HOIJSBH
u kntii night or
.HIS. i.KII.I.IAKT TIU01Q AltTlsTB,
KANNV B. .PftlOli."
V I, j w I iicHr fur the first nut! only time
II lliacilv ii till' (jreat I'Mlslaii tin) en.
K1 33, O U - 2J1 IR, O IT
it hifJAV LVNINO, Jan., 0, 18V I,
, ii .:iM' ntctl thenew live-act mutation.
i .tor rltuU; (Jit, riHVliLITV.
KIP VAN VvlNKLlO.
. .tittle 7 01
i v C'.icIk oO Oil.
I i ruJ S-i in Family eirele... 75 Ots
i il 00
Il served Seal mil Ik procured at 1),
Har'nan's, .without Hxtka Ciiaimuk.
I) rs opon at T o'clock ; Commencing at
"I o bo given by the
AT WASHINGTON HALL.
MONDAY, JANUAHY l'Jtli, 1871.
TICKKTi ONE IWI.t-All.
I i li ticket entitle tli holder to a
nr. m l In- ratlle (ur a H'A)
(.nl,!) HEADED cam:.
1 . 1 et for salo it Paul fi. chilli', K, .V
llulir. 21. .i. .MeOauH-ys bii.i ,i. litir
Wm. I. cum to,
ii r the
2000 liuciuis or
wo iliona a bright particular s,tnr of an
aumlour company, and fairly startled Hill
.Smith, wlio win wont to net Lucrclia out
of I'iIj boots by our transeeudant gon
itis. Wo havo thought this Introduction hfC
c'fy ti) Hld Wtjlgni to tbo jiuluiiioiit w
:r'p'la to pi on tliu Uof $ n rornlurcJ
.t night ixl tbo Atbonoum. Only n -
mi AjiiimciiKM., :uil n Krlciriiec to ' . , .
t' (r- rmKtk tncMlatly, titid bopo w
IImIi Hill Smith (wa raiy mention
hnt that Rill Smith U r. tmr rolntivn or
tbj urenlytw i n'.hur .mlti.' llit put at
caThS J.OCAI, nmnvs.
OUU IIOIJND-.UIOIJI' I'OCKhT.
In illicit ulll le round it fmv Kpiiiiii'Ici i
on Municipal MuMers, Dc'ih. rtttllon
(ittr K.iiinmii iiiU'i-.MtM, logriniM-1
Ulll ti Itutcli or ill-relliiitcoiiH (Joiil
In null till ClnsHOf) tinil CrcfiU.
in nnv lurt of Hio ellv.
biulielK IcirTWO UOl.l.AltH.
11. T. OKUOL'Lti, Supt.
It 5" b.is on b.nul, and tor al r large
uuiiiitity of ouk and hickory wool, rut and
i.nt. and re ail v for tlio stove. Al."o all
Kimli ol eoal whluh will bo ilclncred in any
partof the city on thort notice. Jaovc or
tlern ut coal yard, on Commorotal iivonnc,
i)rnoltu KloveiiUi ftr?'i;t- l., !)r'--('il'-'L.
The annual muetliit' of the stockholders
the r'lrrt Nnllon.il llai.k of C'nlro for the
lection ol director-, will bo held at the of
i.co of .said h.iuk In Cairo, on 'i'netday, .Ian
lary 13, 1ST I, between the hour nl Hi
clock a. tn and i. o'clock p.m.
CiU!i. Cr.NXiM'ilAii. Ciubler.
I'aiuo, UN., Deecinbcr 10, IB" i. td
I, - - .m
Vbu iiartncrilp heretofore oxlutlns be
wecii tlio umlor.ilgucil uiuior mo n:imo and
tJtylcot Ayuri.teCo.,t tbUday oUolcdby
mutual conicnt of tbo pattlet. 1'cr.om in
iletitcl to tin, Litis Una will make payment
toS. D. Aycrs, who alone la uuthoiUcd to
receipt for i-aniu. Tbo uindnem win lie ear
ned on by S. II. AycrnuiiiicrtliR style oftho
ntullrm. ' S. D, Aykus,
K. .I. Avr.itfi.
caiiio, lllf., December l, 187!l. d-lw-wlin
I'lie well-known bii'lnos" Rtand ol Cuttead
A I'iovo, at tbo moulh of Clcarcrcik, Alex
under county, llllnoU, tltuatod lu ouo ot
Hie lincst agricultural ilUtrlctH of tlio West,
ami with a woll-CBtublliliml tiade. ThUulll
bo toimd a rare opportunity for an enei-KOtlc
The premUcs conbUt of a ttore UOXIO tcct
a dwollln of ulsht looms, well furnlhlicd
and eonvcnleiftly ntrnnged, food clMorns
ami all necessary out-bulldlns-, and ono
ucro of land. Tonus liberal. Apply or
.Address Wm. Oust had,
I'.'-a-lin- d.w. Clijoarcreo I.muIIhk, Ills.
Hoot and Hhoc maker, T,ven h street, be
tween Washington avenuo and Toplar
ktiei,t,N preparod to make bootn ana (houb
In tlio latest and most lahloiuble fetyle,
lln IU mako tlium to order, old or new
htylei to biilt customers, out o( tlio hi' and
tri: best stock, of which ho NUvuf., Ii.is'u
i;ood supply on hand Irom which to mukc
ielectlons. All Uttlli!,' ot bonu and shoes
nr-ido by Jlr. l.blori In dono In hh own shop
no foreign luting liolns used by htm,
(live him a call, nnd ho will glvo yon satis
- Col. . f IVylof, VrMn tni
I ii.lo I'. llruJH, hn:relr .1 11.1 lUo
nod "I LoiU r.ilfvl u.,iivi((oni to
ittand n ftie-etfrir; of the dlrctort of tbht
pompoiiy to ! huM In tb flty of n fit
Litula to day.
An Kcooiiitiioduliuu -ar il now bvtog
mo ltrein ('otumbuj, Ky., K'id Oslro,
vIlthelroH MiMininln nnd to Charlei
ton, lb"nc! t) OroonfWM'i frry Utiiliriy
vr,th Clr., Atlaii!i n TeXM roid.
l'Hftn In Coin mbiM wl- to visit tbi
illy can, ly tnUiri; thli i.ute, irri in
''Mro M 0 a. tn., koJ, roturniriu, :et'0
bom at C p m.
Tbo Cnif, Arknni fttid Toim rovl
baa purchiwod tho rigbt of v;y t ni.l h
litrgo (ua,itlty of (,'rournl nt Hjfd l 1'oint,
and will at nco proread to est-r.d their
road to that place. We imvo hoard it
hlntl tbtt th CViro kihI Yinennoa road
I iutttwl in Lbia mnvemorit, nnd tbtt it
neoil anrprl nt oily to too within ii very
abort tltna a tranifur plyini; the river .-on-
nactitix thnto roadi, Wu do not know
that thin ii tri; but hope that it may be-
Ai baloro itattd In tbo'o column, tbo
C3noctiin btwn tbo Uobilu ai.d Ohio
nnd the Illinois Central railroad by
iteumcr botwean this city and Colutr.hui,
Ky , wnl bu k' ,' up tbo same at h fore tbo
eomplftioo of lb .MUtiieippl Contr.n
roil. Wa laru tbt b.itli the Wiy and
tbrcub uOftnaaa of tlio M. ami 0. roid ii
conttantly increaing, nnd that iU earn-
iiiK in tk month of Djcamlwr aa Inrvr
than in aor one month linoo iU eomplo-tior.
Th tutif - of the Ciiro and Vm-
oannn railroau n. rapidly Increasing. Dur
ing tbo month of DjiMiiiber thu rooip'.i
rrcin fright ittiu ptiieni;or tritlic wero
mueb largvr than during any other month
cinrM the coinplatlou of the road. .Should
tba buiinoM of tho road increase in the
naino ratio for a short timo longer, tho
Cairo and Yincecuo railroad will be one
of the bo', paying in tho state. The man
agamaat of tba roul U in good bandi. and
it it gratifying to know that, in thesi pan
ijy tlinoi the road ii doinc; so wall.
The work on the Incline phne, car
bolster, ate., anil tbo Uyint; of new tracks
on the pritii'es ol tbc Illinois Central, in
tbii city, will soon ba cornpletoJ, and tbc
transfer of through oars from Chi:a"o to
Nw OrloAtii so on, without interruption
During tbo extension of tho incline plane
at tho IcrMii.mi of tbo Mississippi Ccnlrnl
tho transfer boat will convey pancngurs
and freight between tba two roads, inak
in s clo conuaction to tool trains on
EJv ' A " H tjUMlUtW,'. 0)l...'X'n;'
loon wo propose .oive aueiauou accouru
of tba impravemants, etc, of these roads,
banco no morn ut presont.
Tho City Council will moot In regu
lar session this ovoning.
Tho rUll: ll'iuor dealers of the city
are in riowisa plumed with thu action of
tbo City Con nail in increasing tho licenso
for sailing liquor from one to two hundred
dollars. Ho-vaver, it is inorj than prob
able they will have to "rin and bear it '
Tor another year at lout. Most of tin
members of tha council who voted for tbo
incruaiu ho'.d over another year, and
should tho anli lienso-iiicrcnso tnon ot
tho city unko this the iuuo in tho next
city election, they . cannot hope to elect
tnorj tbau three, aud probably only two
of tbo Avo aldermen to be chosen, thus
still leaving n mt.) irtty o tna council in
favor of tlio inerea'o. Il-it tbeulection is
a lorn: way oil' yet, nnd it is bard to tell
what may transpire in the interval.
H seem to in that IbuoUico of i-treut
mpcrvlsftr U one that niiijht without seri
ous detriment to tho best interests of tho
city bo dispensed with, '"bore doubtlo's
was n time when such nn officer was u
necoseity, and the present Incumbent has
no doubt performed tbo duties of tho otUco
faithfully and to the satisfaction of tbo
city council ; but now tbtt tbo slroot fiti
porvisor Is idle at least two-thirds or his
timo not because Mr. (lallgaii does not
d) his duty, but hoc an so bo hat no tint.' to
(ij would it not bo well for tho olllce-
makiiiK and otliee-aboliablne; powers of
tho city to bj! themselves If this olllco is
not n luxury in which the city in its pros
ont financial condition can illy atl'ord to
l ., M Cbttlea. lotsl o l'rlday l?t) wo
hv tasrti tiaarly all Win fnioouK actors
and aetmias, and do no, bositnte t say
tbat AliM I'rict bai fw (quulaand no u
fterior m tMi rhnretler. l.aat nigbt sba
was Ii, th tin d, and
her plaudit tragu, pvwars
Worn fully rilipl iyJ liar 4est uv'.itit;
Wsa !ri tba scsuos wboro sh) dell id tbo
l)ijk wbn ho r jndatnno-1 (lenerra to
darttb, nnd in bur lntarviow with Otn-
erra, wnen n implores nuu xo lave ner
lif. In both of which st"tit) lb ' r, in-
to.ltgentof her audieuoa e;avo i . " 1
attar round of up llama. Witbo'.' t .st
rant peculiar to so manv a tf iiu', she
portrayed tb paioni r. tha female
heart, an 1 carri I the aiidicnrr along With
bar lu tin) development of tha character
without npp..rout nll'ort.
Mr. Moldriim, as Denarra, was a sue-
css. rie layel tlio character linuiy ;
and if ho did not tliloir ideal of that
dasbint; yo'in ruin's person, it was not
bej&uioheis not lirga enough. AYohaVe
a warm placo for Meldruui in our thea
trical heart, aud know by tho twinkle of
his eye that ho U a good fellow. If he is
a, gooj i. fallow as be is a (nod ac'.cr, we
will bavo need or l'obiftiuV staul bookl
with which to grapple bun t- our soul, so
to speak. Meldruui suits i.h.
Wo must not npglrct to ay .i good
rrd tor Mr. Hanchott's Duke. Wo
would praifo him If bo wero not a batter
actor tli mi Untie l'ulnam's Drown, and
that's saving a ureat deal, llaocliett is a
gentleman, every Inch or him, and there
aro many inches or him. Ileand bUcom
pany bavo become groat favoritis with
our people. No company that has visited
Culro foi years has in ao short n lime se
cured so many friends among our people.
The members of It are ladios and gentle
men, and Mr. llanchelt is the
king li, of the troupo. This is frankly
our opinion ol .Mr. Ilanchelt's Duke. The
entertainment last evening wound up
with the laugbablu frco entitled the
"Persecuted Dutchman," lu which Mr.
Uosworth assumed the cbutactur of tbo
"Original .John Schmidt." To-night will
bo presentid tbo new live-act sviisation
entitled "Frou-Krou; or, l-riroiity,
play combining a charming mixtute of
mirth, frivolity, virtue, wickedness, re
vong, forgiveness, etc. The leading chnr
actor will bo played by Miss I'rlco. On
Wednesday otiIiii; T.ip Vau AVInklo
will bo put upon the stage, with Mr. I'rank
flosworth m "Kip.'' Mr. Uosworth has
arqulred considerable notoriety in tbi
charaetor, being counted socond only io
,i. . . , .ii .
Jov .jouerson. i no joay win uo ruru.iu
draw a full house.
St. Louis merchant! will leavo nothing
undone to draw it to that city, ami should
thoy once auceood In getting Itthoro, it
will tako ywa to bring it back In this
lirection. Let Cairo merchants remem
On Sunday ovoninp while a colored
man who rosidos on Third street, was
(uitly snoo.'.int:, his wife left tho homo
for a ramble through thu streets. During
her wanderings she ran across another
colored Ivdiuidual, and byiblaudisbmonli
and promises onticeJ bun to accompany
hor to bor home. I'rosantty her husband
got up and found tbo invited guest snugly
o.nfoliccd in nn ssy ' ohsir b"foro tbo
blat.ng tit c, and r.ikinir. received no satir-1
ftctory repotno to bis iLipnry as to the
oooarivri ol bis prosoni..). Mo did not watte
viia w. rds with him, but orected a Man
sard o.r U nolo tbat will disfigure tbat
"iinij trotitupioco lor several dajt.
'I he regutur term of the Alemuder
county circuit court convened yosterday
mornlnrj, Judgs D. J. Haker presiding,
Sberill' Irvin nnd Circuit Clerk Yocum
wero at their posts of duty. Tbo first
buciuess was tbo swearing In or tbo grand
Jury, nftor whiah County Attorney l'opo
made a short but appropriate address, in
structing them as to their duties. -jiio
following is all'1, of thu gentlemen com-
posing tbo grand jury : Thos. Wilson,
foreman; John T. Irwin, Andrew Now,
Us. 0.uinn, W. It. Morrh), l'oter Millor,
William AVngonor, John Y. Hilemati,
Salmon llazlewood, W. 0. Allen, Han
som Thompson, .Starling C. l'ool, Green
Missey, Klward McDonald, Isaac L. An
derson, N. Linton, (1. 11. .Straughn, t.
C. Pace, II. A. Thorns, J. O. Turner, G
IL Greeley and John Jamc. As usual on
tha firt day of the term, no business of
importanco was traesactcd. Among tho
attornoys present we noticed Hon. W.J.
Allen, Judge W. H. Green, .S. P. Wheolor,
W. H. Gilbert, John M, Lansden, Goo.
Kisher, M. P. Glloort, II. Watson AYobb,
W. C. Mulkcy, II. lilack, of Cnlro; Hon.
lohn Dougherty, of Jonotboro, and Wrn
llreuio, nl' Thebes, Alexander county.
A MVSKMKNT GOSSIP.
On Jfonday otoning January 10th,
tho DjIIii City Cornet band will givo a
grund inosqurado bull. Tho prlio
or a ticket to this ball is ono dollar, nnd
not only entitles tho holiler to admittance
to tbo ball, but also to a chauco In a rnlilo
for n splendid thirty dollar gold headed
cnlti. Tho committed of arrangements
say thoy aro dotorminoJ that this shall bo
tbo grundos ball of tho kind over given
in Cairo Tickets can bo procured at P,
G. .School's, and "W. Iludor's, J. M.
McGauloy and J. Hurler's storos,
Tho muro v.'Ohoo of Aliis Price tho bet
tor wo like her, Sho has almost awakened
in us our youthful love cl tbo thoatro,
whioh was iutonsest wlion wo wore boiled
shlrtf, Bilk hats, corn-hurting boots, kid
gloves niul swallow-tailed coats, and al
ways took with us to tho play a nice
-Cairo Kncampmcnl I. O. O. P., meets
Tbo public schools roopenod yosterday
morning. The attendance was ai largo a!
Tho city national bank yosterday
paid its stock holdors a dividend or liVO
Tho city wos full of country pooplo
yesterday, most of whom were in attend
ance on circuit court.
Tho sudden change in tbo wcalhor
within tiio past day or two ha put a stop
to work on a number of now buildings.
Hov. Chat. Caldwell, of tho Four
teenth street Unptist church, (colored)
tnptiseJ eleven converts on Sunday last.
Tho amount of lines assessed by Po
lice Magistrate Ilross in tho mouth of
Novomber was $128, and tbo amount col
lected $255, all cr which was very good
considering tho "hard timo."
Groen field's rrry boat makes one trip
dally between tho lorininus or tho Ciiro,
Texas and Arkansss railroad and tho
Greed Liuu wharfboat, Tor tho purpose of
transrerring paseongoru nnd freight.
A meeting of tho policy holdors in
the St. Louis Mutual Insurance company
was hold in Judge Allen's olllco over tho
first national bank on Saturday ovoning.
What action was taken wo are unable to
Mr. Kdward Terroll, of Hallard coun
ty, Kentucky, died at his homo on Sunday
lastof pneumonh, Mr.,Torrell was prob
ably tbo wealthiest eltiKnn or the county
in which ho lived, lie was woll.known
in this city.
Tbo churrhos wore all woll altonded
on Sunday ovoning. Tho church or tho
Jledeonior was especially wol! attended.
How Gilbert is becoming very popular
with our church going pooplo, and his
urinous are highly praised.
On Thursday ovoning, January 8tb, n
splendid suppor and ball will tako place at
I)u Quoin, under tho auspices of tho Odd
Follows, A number of the innmbers or
thoordor in this city oxpect to bo prosout
and participate in the festivities of tho oc
casion. Among tho guesU whoso names woro
registered at tho St. Charlns yestordny
wero tho rollowlug t S Morris and G Nut-
tor, Now York j 0 11 Carleton, Arkansas'
"W 1) liunga, St Louis j W V Coakloy,
Philadelphia; Natt Pepper, Now Orleans;
AI Warniser and A W Prontiec, Cincin
nati; Wm Jenkins, Natchez, Missis-
.1... .I.....I.I... ..... l.n....1f
UIjSJ.ALIjIm LU l.UiKlAui!j houir niTtlrkv or somebody else's board-
tXWXZV! ;"" wo-rr
hood roftored, liniiodliueuts to nurrlu,..e juilgo or act ira and aetroses, and bad a
removed. Now method of treiiluiud. New" vcnruim. rr ii. , luvirda ubieb timo bis
Hint remarkable remedies. Iloowa und rr. cnr,,lrK lcr 1"1 hoards which timo ti,is
tiilnrs nent rree, tn lealeil eiivclopis, Ad- mcJl33d but has not altogether obliter-
dri'SH, Howard Aisoclatloo, No. U Smtb .,., rn .i,, ,,, . ,n (i,. iiT..,!,.
Ninth Htrcet, l'hll.idoltiht i. l a -an ni'Mii. ftlu " thtt day wo to k to inn J,aaj
lion havlirr u blgli rriiutiiti'iii f r I inn r if I 1 Hunio and .luliot, "Ham
nnd James Morri'j Capo Glrar
Sinci) tbo eimiilotion of tlio Cairo,
Texas and Arkansas railroad, Cairo has
derived a very profitable patronage from
insrchaiits tf tho villages along its line,
Hour merchants will mako an cllurt, thia
trade can bo retalnod, and wid with each
Prick Curiient Orrice, 1
Monday Kve., Jan. 5, lt)7!i.
Tho general featuros of the market re
main unchanged. Prices on oats and corn
fluctuate some, going up or down a cunt or
two, governed to some extent by tho s up-
ply and demand.
Tho markot on oats was Arm at 10riOoi
49o being considered outside Hguroj by
sp'.culators, to ship. Sales wore nearly all
made at 60s.
Old corn, both white and mixed, on
change this morning was otl'jrod at C2C3c
in hacks, without buyers.
There is soma animition in tbo Hour
market, with an upward tondoncy in pri
ces, and we believe an advance of ttSc ba,
been made on somo grades.
Meal is llrmly held at fi 00 for choice'
but is quoted dull, and concessions would
have to be made to effect sales of any con
Hay is very dull. Thoro is no dumi nd
for It. Tho Immenao quwtHy that has
cono down from tho Ohio river haa flllod
tho Southern country full for tho pres
The weather turned cold suddenly, yes
terday, and snow was Hying a little this
morning. A few days like this would
placo Ciiro at tho hoad if naviga
tion, as the rWor is already aan
gorous to St. Louis, owing to low water,
add oven a email quantity of ice to this
and you havo an effectual blockado.
Wo had intended reviewing tho majket
of tbo past year, in tbi." issuo jf the Prico
Current, but will have to content oursolve
with only thu aggrogato amounts or trans
actions in leading articles or grain, hay,
etc., and these figures only approximate to
and must be far bolow tho actunl transla
tions of tbo year:
1'lour, actual tales, not includ
ing thipmonts to other mar
kets on commission 238,000 bbls
Hav, do, do, I'JOOcar loads
Corn, do, do, 3'JOO " '
Oils, do, do, 2700 " "
Corn Mcal.do.du 80,000 " "
Tho abovo tlguros will bo more than
doubled dujing tbo year 1871.
Freights aro plonty, and rales firm aud
unchanged. To Momphis, dry bbls tioo ;
hav $1 1 pound freights 121c To Now
Orleans, dry bids !!0j ; Pork 4Cc; tobacco
H; cotton $1; bay o ; pound rroights
jlSrCorretpondents should bear In mind
that our quotations reprosent prices for
round lots from first hands, unloss other
wise stated, and that in tilling small or-
durs higher prices must be paid.vjjia
FLO UK Stocks aro limited nnd the
demand is fair with a firm fooling in tho
market. Salos omlrncod 3,o0 bbls as fol
lows : 200 bbls X $5.50 ; 400 bbls XXX
winter S7; 100 bbls XXX spring $0 2C;
100 bbls low super M J5; 200 bbls XX
0 SO; laoo bbls "Uhl's Triumph" on p.t.
200 bbls various gradoa G COgi'J 00 ; 100
bbls do C 00B 00 ; 200 bbls do 6 00
8 50; U.0 bbls 0 008 75; -100 bbls do
6 00(TVy "" 400 bbls 5 fi08 75.
HA Y Dull and lower; hard to soil at
any prico, Tho market is over-stocked,
warerhouses all full, and no demand
at all. Wo note sales of 1 cars choice
mixed del ut $lo; 1 car choice timothy
del, $1C; '2 cars prime mixed del, $15; 1
car do do, $U; -1 cars mixed and timothy,
ltlt; Hears prairiu mixed, $11; 2 cats
prime mixed resold, 110.
COHN Thern Is some little demand
ror white for milling purposes. Holders
wero asking OJQfiilc for choice old corn
to-day, but buyers worn Unwilling to go
abovo 00c. There is no shipping demand
at present, owing to tho high prices asked
leaving no margin for speculators. Wo
nolo tales or 1 car bulk white at 6fc; 'J
cars choice whito in sacks del, tile; :i cars
choli'O whito in sacks 'del, G0$ile; t! cars
mixed do, 00c; Q cars new whito In bulk
oars do, 42l5c; 1 car choico blsck in
tacks del, Clc; 1! cars do do, 05c; tears
while In sacks dol, CIc'j 3 cars mixed dc,
4050c; 7 cars mixed do do, Mi.
COnS MKAL. Plenty and dull;
holders are linn at $3 0), but ihics aro
slow. 4U0 bbls rjholo r.oam dried sold at
J3 00; 50 bbls country fresh VI f0; 500
bbls city steam dried 3 CO,
I1HAN.- Ojiiet and unchanged ; sells
slowly at 16 00 per ton.
I5UTTKK -Plenty and quiet. Uhonld
tbo prrMtit cold snap conlinuu f . r atiy
length of time, the buttorErnarUt will
improvo. Wo nolo fnles 1,000 b choice
roll at '-', ; :.0n lbs ordinary 1020; 16
pk.1 choice roll 215; 30 pkgs ebolco
LOGS Plant, down and going lowor;
soiling at 20.'; shippers count to-dy.
Sates reported weio 100 iloxen at -3 i COO
doon at t!0.
ClIICIvLNS. Very quiet. l)roind
poultry, should tho weather continue cold
will improvo. W i, note tales ol 50 ilor.en
droned chickens at ft 75'J 00 per
TUKKKYS Tbo market is woll sup
nlieJ. and miotol to-dav at !'6T,t0c 'I lb
dressed. Wo note sales of 300 at SJfJyEo
UUKUSK-tU cream sold nt 1 to per
POHU A few ilrct'od bogs camo In
and aro selling at 6fTi(5Ji', aceotding to
condition. Tho nork paekinir busiuoi
bore has not been heavy this loason.
'ii- aii-wn rri lnftrn. out inuri, ttnin 2500
bogs havo been parked.
GAM K Tho weatbor 1 very favora
ble, but thero is very llttlo in the markot,
FHUIT Choico apples aro icarco and
tell at Hfiiyj per bbl. Common are plon
ty and sell at $2 oOg'J per bbl.
POTATOES (iuiot; 50 bbls. peach
blows told at f 2 7C03.
TKAS Imporial a.id Gunpowdor 75c
l 25; Oolong 76c(a)fl; Young Hyson
$101 40. .
ClIKKSE Cream 14c; New York fac
LI MR 1 251 60 Vhhl.
CEMENT 1 OOfSli 50 '' bbl.
COAL OIIj 20 X (.''
GUNNIES-P.c-sewed bushels 18c ;
SYKUPS-Oholea fiOcGfl per gallon;
Now Orleans 7D(ii)80c.
1 LASTKKIMi llAltl 350 .pot
HUHLAPS-2 bushels corn, !J r.
15c: do 10 o. lftc; 4 busbrls oils 'JOc; 6
bushols 21c; bushols 2'Jc.
1IKESWAX-P tli 30c.
SOAP Shaoffcr's German mottled, 7o
Champaign soap, "Jo.
TALLOW V lUOOOOjO.
COFFF.K Java 306A32 ; Laguayra
Ufti'ii; ltio priino to choice 7'lba.
fltKIOtlT Uollon, compresfcu io
Now York. 85c! to lloston, 31. Uncom
pressed, to New York. II 14; to llosloo
To Now Orloans anil viciumrg:
1'r.tRtnrtj. amilcs. etc. 30c: iiounrt
froU:htsl5c cwt; hav t' p.'r ton; Pork
4,c V bbl; tobacco $i; cotton Si. To Mem
phis, flour, etc., 'iuo por uni; pouuu ireigui
l'JJc cwt; nay H per ion.
Somktiiiso Nkw. 1 havo improvod
and norfectoa n now process by winch tho
Korrotypo is brought out equal to tho best
Photographs, and more durable Copies
from paintings and ongrnvings made fully
equal to the original in appearance, tho
lights and shades brought out with ro
marktiblo appearance, s.i that nothing
surpassos the beauty and natural ixpres-
slon of tho picture. And in fact any old
pictures aro copied by Ibis proce&s eo as to
look as well or better tbau tho original
picture. Thoso having old pictures or
oliolco paintings or engravings for pres
ents, cannot do hotter than avail them
selves of this romarkablo Improvement.
J. J. Thomas', Photographer,
Cornor of Kighth street nnd Commercial
Dn. J. AY. HntoMAN treats all diseases
that prevail in this climate, but lie will
givo spocial attention to diseases of tho
"bronchial tubo3, lunt'S ami tlioir lis-
on track, Mo.
OATS I'nohangod. Heceipts are light
and stocks moderate Tlio.ro Is a good
shipping demand at 49 1; holders aro ask
GOe to-day, but buyers aro unwilling to go
abovo 4 Jo In sacks and 4"c in bulk
auos." Itrouchitis, bronchial and luborcu
lar consumption and pulmonnry apoplexy
treated by iniialaiion of nobullzod fluids
medicated air, gaso, vapors and powders
Coneuuiptives, although your disease
stands at thu head of all dieeaeos, both in
prevalence and fatality, there is hnpo for
you yet. Cheer up. OlIK'o hours from 10
a. m. until II p. m.
J. Y. UllIUMAN, M. V.
OHico and reeidence, Twellth street,
between AYalnut and Colar, Cairo, III
P. O. box 8'.'0. 21-JAw lt
At Cost, Having taken oxoluslv. pos
session of my store, tn close It out, I of
ror my entire stock at whobuale pricos
at wholosalo or retail; consisting tn part
or a large variety ot cannod fruits, spices
baking nowders, sardines, lobsten, teas
and ovory nrtlclo usually kopt lu a first
class family grocery. Also wooden mid
willow ware; a largo assortment of sad
dles and harness, btti, bridles, snaps,
brusho.', whips, etc., oto. Terms strictly
Cftth. All perons indobtod to mo aro re
quested to call and trflle t.cir aceonnln.
Ivi D. Ahtkb.
The barber ebop is on the cornor or
Eighth strnot cud Commercial avenuo
where J. Goorgo Stiimhcuso with his gen
tlemanly ossistants can bo round nt any
hour or the day or night, ruadv to soutne
your teellngs with a smooth shave, or cool
your tcmpor and bend with a good sham
poo. Il is a first-elasfi shop, and you urw
suro or receiving llrst-class treatment.
Ladles' and children's hair cut or curled
after thu most approved styles. 8-15-tf
PAItma having monthly magazines and
other periodical to bind would do wol) to
send thorn to J. O. Hulw.at tho Hut.l.urtM
illiidery, wlu Is nw doing such work at
groat bargains. Our merchants wanting
blank books for tbo now year would do
well to call and examine hiJ price lift,
which thoy will find at low as thu lowusl
Uood work or no ejiarge. Ule'-'w
II, Jonkh, fashlonablo boot and shoo
maker. Cork solos, Scotoh bottonn, ami
tho latest Improvements in thu lino of his
business. Only tbo best ami most com.
olent workmen employed, and all work
warranted to bo flrstelass In every respect
Shop on Coinmerclal avenue, near corner
of Tmjlh alreul 1'7
Fob. has anJ steam fitting go to Ken
ulo'a Vulcan iron works, Commercial
and deirlure's for tlio '21 hSUr emlliif aUJ
i ii, in, l.itevciilnjt '
Stsminer F P flracny, diimbtu
.Hm llsii, Pnducali
Lady Lo, St. Louis
Andy Uiiurn, Memphis
Shannon, Nsw Orlwns
T .'vboat Pntiire City nnd lrg, $ O
" AVarner and bargs, N O
Steamer 'A J Lewis, St Louis
nnry A mi-a, St Xmis
" Jal D PurkM-, Ciftalnnatl
' Uallo Shrsveport, Sbravepnrt
Htlfait, Ht Louis
" Mary Ibniston, I o'tttv ilia
" Hollo .Meinphi', St Luui
11 Julia, St Louis
" Cbaa Hodman, Cinoinnntl
Steamer 1 P (IrHPy, Colmnbtis
" Jim Klk, Paduenh
" tiulckatep, Kvansvillo.
" l.lliiwlld, Kvaiisvllle.
" Colorado, St. I.onU.
" Andy Haum, Cincinnati.
" Shannon, Cincinnati.
" Lady lio, Ited Hiver.
" W J Lewis, Vicksburg.
" J I) Parker, Memphis.
" HelfHst, Vicksburg.
" llonry Amns, New Orleans
' Mary Houston, New Orleans.
" Hullii Mempbl.', St. Louis.
' Julia, Yiek-burg,
" Chas Hidinun, New Orleans.
Towboals .Mary Allco and barges, N. O.
" Warner and bargo, Cincinnati.
Tlio decline in tho Ohio sinco last re
port was about ten Inches. Tho MIhIi
sippi is declining very slowly, and is in n
vry bad condition.
was vory rttlll yesterday. Tlio wcatLcr
turned cold on Sunday and has continued
so ever since.
On Sunday morning the James Howard
drawing nearly twolvo test was aground in
tho lowor crossing at Ojceola, wheru but
nino feet of water is reported. It is
thought that thero is morn water per
haps twolvo ftet the upper way ir she
can find It.
A towboat whh Ibrcn barges ot kalt,
eaid to bo thu Sam Huberts, wes also
aground at Osceola.
Tha wind caused tho tutl liargo
of the Mary Alico to tako
eonsidernblo water near Hickman, and
heuciiitd to bo inn sinking condition
when tins Hello oT Sbrovtporl paned,lul
tint Alico landed und pumped it put with
bur syphon pumpt.
The Quickstep brought 23 sacks of clo
ver seed; IS barrels of whiskey ; 1,02
lacVs corn; 2 si tierces and 1 10 kegs of lard
31 bnrrols of pork.
Tho Mary Houston was aground 10
hours at Trado Water and was helped oil'
by tbo Painter.
Tho Andy Hauin has 1,481 balot cotton
tor tbo Ohio river and East.
The Shannon bns 10.000 lire brick, 60
brls molasses, 31 hhds tugar, 20 sucks cof
Tee, 30 bales mow, 43 bales hides for tho
Tho Warner and barges havo .'!0o bills
cotton tics, ."07 hhds sugir, 1,281 brls
molasses. 100 litis rlee. 17 brls tar, 5(!
bales cotton for tho Ohio river.
J qo Jus I) IVrKer hail u slim trip lui )
Memphis, und made no additions hero.
Tlio Hollo Shrovoport brought 1,018
bales cotton, (117 pkg" beef, and o"3 greon
bides for resliipmnnt East per C. k O.
railroad, and has 1C0 hides and It bales
cotton for St. Louis.
The Heirusl brought oiohs to the Gen.
Anderson nnd Hen Allord, at Grand
Tower, wbern llley havo been laid up since
tbo -3'.h, and thoy were to start to St.
Tlio Henry Amns brought out two
barges of freight, which she took on board
of herself here, but made no additions
Tbo Mary Houston wns deeply ludcu
and made no additions hero.
Tbo John A Scudder brought 00 liluL
sugar ; 50 pkgs currants for Ibis port and
has 1511 hhds sugar, 11 bales mod for St.
Louis. She roports the James Howard
iitill aground at Os.'ool.i, and will have to
bo lightened before she eun get oil'.
Mathews ii Uiit, have 200 bale) of
good hay which thoy are selling at two
ltot.f.ARH por bale, l8-0-3
Ono largo whito sow, no marks. Any
parson returning bar to the Egyptian
Mills will lo suitably rewarded. 12 2-4t
FOlT HA LH
Thrcn hundred dollars city tcrip at
ninety cents. A poly at fJui.tm:? of
tlf". li A, Hornett.
3 2 3t.
The second and last term for gents will
lake placo on t'uesday, January 3th, at 9
p in. Secoad and last term for children
on Saturday, January 21th, at 2 p.m.
i '' :t C II a hb y, Teacher.
NO t'lOE- CASINO.
The tnembor of tbo Cairo Casino aro
earnestly nquesteJ to ba preiont at their
rooms Wodnesday ovoning, January 7th,
for tho transaction ot important business,
lly order of tho President,
. Heisiioi.u V. ttr.i7sr.n,
Two llattorlcs of two Hoilen, each 21
foot long, -12 Inch Dram, 2 14 Inch Flues
with lire fronts. Mud and Steam drums
Safety and Mud valves, Cbimnoy and
llritcltiu, ail complete aud In first-class
order'; been used only throe months. For
prii-a, uti, Inquire nt J. T. KKNNIK,
s-a;!.tr. Vulcan Iron Works.
All-wool country knit sock nt 20 cents
a pair. Also, a lino bed room sett, Includ
ing a linn spring tnittrei", "art I many
other article, at panic prices. Kcmember
auction sale of furniture every Saturday
morning at 10 o'clc-k, and dry goods,
boots, shoes, etc , every Saturday ovoning
at 7 o'clock. LOUIS 11. MYElta.
I will sell my homo and lot on Couimer
il avenue abovu Fourth street (lot 3
block In) at u bargain. The hOtiso con
tains nine largo rooms, including n large
bar-room. To any ono wishing to pur-
base 1 will sell on good terms 'ttnd easy
laymonts. M. McCoumick.
0 dJctv I m
toi- Caiiio & St. Louis
iuiau Comi'A.vy, Caiiio,
lu.s., Doe 31t, 1873. J
ineeting of tho directors or this com
pany will bo hold on Tueiday, tbo 0th day
of JanuifTy nuxt, A. 1)., 18i4, at 11 o clook
a.m., ut the station homo on the dopot
grounds of said company, in tlio city of
Fast St. Louis, Illinois.
S.Staats T ay i.o ,
THE ST. CHAltLES HOTEL.
Tbo uudorslgno 1 having resumed tho
management of tho abovo hotel, trust by
strict attention to business, lo tlio want!
aud comforts or their guests, to merit tho
renewed favor ot thuir old patrons and the
travoling public in goneral.
Tho Saint Charles will atonco undergo
a thorough renovation, and bo much im
proved in all its appointments.
Good saniplo rooms and special rate for
Ail baggage for guests convoyed to anil
rrom tho hotel rreo or charge
Jmvs.TT Wn.cox & Co., Proprietors.
SPE'.'IAL LOCAL NOTI0K3.
has hi- mammoth liitinment tdiootlng out
impnrl.il photograph for Christinas pre-enl,
at the rate of one a minute. Persons desi
rous of having a hiitnlouiely painted picture
and inirolv artLtle ill llnUh. Oiould rive
their orders In oaoii. Pliotngraph can bu
ni.idn on cloudy d.iy equal to ihuso on sun
shlulng ones nt
oalngtotho gigantic i-Ky-lljjlit, which can
not bd surpassed lu
NEW YOHK CITY.
ALo on hand a lino aoltruent ol irolt and
walnut (rani"!'. All are luvlti d to cill and
examine. Purtr.ills lu oil up to life size and
miuarcllcs ol the highest HiiWi, for .which
liii'il.ils have been awardei'
Gallery on Sixth street, between Com
mcrelal and Vasliliitin aieiiues Cairo,
' i;OH SALE.
On Seventh street, Cairo, Illinois, one
of the must boiiutltul homestead in the
city, . consisting nl' two lots handsomely
enclosed, sot with flower, uveigreotii
shrulibory, &o , Are ; a well built and neatly
fuuiabo'l cottugo containing suvuu room)
cellar, olstern, wood house, wash house,
bath housa.iind coal home, with gfS aud
iiYery eonvonloiieo. Apply to
Jon Q. Harmo.v t Co,
Keal Estate Agents
Jiiutiar)', lH'l. U.'l-lm
CoNsTti-ATt'-N. -i nn pocuiiar virtues or
Ur. Prleu's Cretin Hakin,; Powdor it
shown in eases where there Is -lendenoy
to Constipation, f'vd lu wliich it is used is
morn easily diitottnl and ncu ns.n natural
aperient lo thu bowels, ovcrcoinlli aQldity
it thu atomach and Oaliilcooy, Let tlmsn
wlio aro dyspeptic cat food made wlUi Dr.
Price's Cream llaking Powder and tee
how easily it is digested Wo kuovf of
this pOwdgr und also of Dr. l'r;oi special
lWvoriugs, lemon, i'ju, ami do not besltato
r -ii 'f ri , the ' I1' II llA'W W
All kinds of gamo constantly on hand
at 11 .- Walker's, Couimorclal avenuo
betwomi tevonth aud Eighth streots.
Foi: Salk, ouo small Horring si.fo
ii'ieap. Enquire of Ni Listo.v,
Cl Ohio Levee.
Fok a good squaro meat go to Harry
Walker's restaurant, Commercial avenuo
bolwoen Seventh aud Eighth street, lm
The European hotel, Harry Walker
proprietor, is opon at all hours of tho
Tun pounds of brown sugar for $1 ; 8
pounds best coll'eo sugar at $1 ; "J pound
of ohoico butter at SI ; 0 j cents for lard ;
imporial tea at $1; Potatoes 30 cents per
peck; apples 10 eonts, nt Wilcox's block,
Somo person having a comfortablo cot
tage containing live or six rnoms,convcnl
untly locnlod lor business, if desirous of
sidling may I! ml a oath purchaser by ad
dreislug post olllco drawer 300, Cairo, Ills.
NortoK Is hereby given that I will pay
no bills for goods sold to any of tbo em
ployes of This Caiiio Hullktin, oitbor
or Ituuifuivo or tor thu use of tho otllce
uulofo tho tamo aro furnished on an order
. lned by Mr. Huruotl or myself.
l2-'20-ly Jonir II. Ohely.
I will attend at the following times and
places lu the Mtoralprccliict luthls county
In I'oiil'iiiinlty with law, for the purpo'so
ot recotWlig the utate and county taxealor
tho year lt73, us follows, to-wlt:
lu Unity precinct, at thu house nt William
lloldeu, Monday .lauuary 111, 174.
lu llii.lowood precinct, at Dr. Jonea' store,
Toledo, Tucrd.v , .laimiry 20, 17 1.
In Clear Creek precinct, at Marehlldon A
Culluy'a store, mouth of crck, Wednca-
day, ,'lanu.it'y 21, 1S.I.
In Thebes precinct, at .1. (1. llollwlm;'.
storu.Tlielies, 'I liuraduv, .lanuary 22, 1K74,
lu S.uita Fe prei'lin t. at W. II. Andnrson's
slore, KiliUFo, Friday Jamiaiv 23, IJ71.
In (loose Inland pruclnet, at O. Ureenley'a
store, (loose Ll.iud, Saturday, January
lu uog l'ooth precinct, at tha house ot N.
llunsaeker, Tuobd.iy, .lanuary 27. 1871.
Iu Suutll Cairo precinct, at tae ottlco ol . I.
(). Jlarui.ui, Cairo, Wedneilay, Jauttary
Ill Noith Cairo preeiuet, at the court hoilif,
Cairo, Thursday, .lamury 21), fo'l.
hibction No. 1f' of the amended rovsnue
l.iw of Ibis atate requlio that levy by the
(.ollietor upon the piwiut property ol th
ta payer be in nti I r the nnii-payiitnt ol
pesMinal taxes on or beloro the lOih day or
Section No. Ii7, proldM lh.il H Uxea
upon real cs'.ile reuinliileg unpaid on the
tilth day ot March ne.t, shall bo Uemned
tlTaT'pa)-, ' hear in mind these
change', ai! the Uw will bo vigorously en-
l"lluLlls'ure to brim your tllle, pjpera or
List vear t-ss: rccefpti with J08, tbat no er
ror 'In piylng '"' may ovrur.
1 ' A i.ex. H. luvix, Collector,
( ah 111 Dee., 31, (H7TV U-ii
UK t Bll'l
ii.li! v.-orn' ? t?.r . ..I I" bulk '
,f Ninth slreM 0 10 tf