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THE C A1K0 DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 7, 184.
LOCAL WKATHEU KhTORT.
OnnvKii'fl omen, Cairo, JH., 1
January , 10:11 p.m., t.4. I
Harometer, 30:O" degrees. I
Thermometer, 31 degree. 1
Wind northeast. Velocity US mllci per
Maximum temperature lir lut 21 hours,
Minimum temperature- lor the Ist24 hours,
Prevailing wind for laid. 24 hours, uortli
ea.it. Total number of mllri traveled Ify Vrluil
during last 24 hours, UiT.
Obsorver Slitfial Service, U. H. A.
Mansgor , I). Hancmltt.
ANOrllUK GREAT BILL.
WBDNSDAY EVJININO, Jan., 7, 187-1,
Will Ut produced tlio great drama lu three
RIP VAN WINKLE:
Or, The Sleep of Twenty War.
Kll' MR. FRANK BOSWORTH.
.MISS FANNY- 1. PRICE
lu tier great character ot
LKAll. THE 1'OK.SA.KKN' JEWESS.
Tu conclude it Li tin; farce ft
t ust appearance of the great Comedian,
.MR. EDWARU uARRY.
Perquett 75 Cti.
Family Circle CO CU
Reserved SeaU In Family circle. ..75 Cti
Boxes 14 00
Reserved BeaU can be procured at D
Hartrnan's, without Extha Charge.
Uoori open at 7 o'clock; Commencing at
a o clock.
U)0K OUT FOR FUN.
To he given by the
OOLITE -T BISTID
AT WASHINGTON HALL,
MONDAY, JANUAKY I'Jtb, 1?74
rjCKKTl ONE DOLLAR.
Kach ticket intltle the hauler to a
lutice In tbc r.-illle lor a ?30
GOLD HEADED CANK.
Ticket for sale at l'aul (J. '.Schuh's, K, 4
it . iiuucr s, .ncuatiicy s anu .i. uur
1 1-1 2w Coin, of Arrangements
CAIRO CITY GAS CO.
soco iiusiu-ii or
In anv part of the city
bushels for TWO DOLLARS
11. T. Gkroulij, gupt
Koss lias on hand, and lor sale a large
quantity of oak and hickory wood, cut and
pht, and ready for tho stove. Also all
klndi ol coal which will be delivered In any
rurt of the city on abort notice. Le ay o or
ders at coal yard, on Commercial avenue
opposite Eleventh street. Dec. 0-3in
The annual meeting or the stockholders
of the First National Haok' of Cairo for the
. election ol directors will be held at the of-
nee or said bank In Cairo, on Titi-suay, Jan
tiary 13. 1674. between the hour o( 10
o'clock a. in and 4. o'clock p.m.
Ciiau. Cunningham, Cashier.
CAino, Illi., December 10. 187 1. td
I'ho partnership heretofore existing be
tvveen the undersigned under the name and
stylo ot Aycrs .VCo., Is this day dissolved by
mutual consent of tho parties. I'ersons in
debted to the lato Una will make payment
toS. D. Avers, who alone Is authorized to
receipt for same. Tho business will bu car
ried on by S. D. Ayew under the dylooftho
ate tinu. S. D. Aykrs,
E. J. Aykiik.
Cairo. UK. December 1, 1873. d-lw-wlm
The well-known business Bland o( Cuttcad
A. l'rovo, at the mouth or Clearcroek, Alex
under county, llllnol;, bltuated lu one or
V&e Uncut agricultural districts of the West
and with a well-CHtablhhcd trade. This will
ho found a raro opportunity for an cnercctl
The premises consist of u itorc '20X40 lect
a dwelling of eight rooms, well furnished
and conveniently arranged, good cisterns
nd all necessary out-bulldlngs, and one
acre of land. Termw liberal. Apply or
address, AVm. Custtau,
"-0-lm- d.tw, Clecnroreo I.ind Inc, Ills
lloot and shoo maker, Twen b street, be
iween Washlngtou, aveuuo nnd l'oplar
ntrest, ia prepared to make boots una chocs
In the utost and most lathlonablo styles
He will make them to order, old or new
Ktylcs to suit customers, out of the u:t .and
t're'hcst stock, of which he always ' linn
good supply on hand from which to nmko
elections. All fitting of booU and sliocs
mado by Mr. Thiers is done In his own shop
.no foreign fitting bsltiK used by him
tilvo htm a call, and he will give you satlb
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE
Happy vlv lul iuu"6 muii irom ino CI
.-..,.11)1 errors audalitiM-a in earlvllfn. Man
iiuod rcdtorcd. Impediments to marriaco
t-euiovod. New method of treatment. New
and remarnanio rcmcuies. nooks nnd cir
culars sent free, in caled envelopes. Ad-
dress, Howard Association, No, "i South
-Ninth streci, ruuauoipuia, ra. an instiiu
.Inn haTlnz a titan renutatlon for honoratili
conduct ted professional iklU. 10-29 dftwltm
T HE BULLETIN.
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
Item grabbing lu Cairo bM become
.loan, stalo nnd unprofitable. Tho Faber
No. '1 slIiiRcrs of tlio city bollovo that the
melancholy days havo come, tho saddest
Yeiterday's 2; 00 p. m. train on the
Mississippi Contral was dolaysd several
hours, arriving at about dark.
Dan llegan.county clerk of Pulatkl Co.,
nd Mr. Bontliff, of the 'l'ulaskt l'atriot,'
wore dewn to see "Frou-Vrou" last nlgbt
They saw 'er,
There was a good many people to be
een ou the, streets yesterday, Howovor,
ut fow of thorn socinod to have any very
urgent builnets to attend to.
In another column m this lisue of
The I1um.ic71K will bo found Sheriff
rvin's nolicu lu tax.payors. lte tells
thorn when, where and how to do it. llsad
Is nottco and don't forget.tbe dates.
Tbo (Ullatln 'Gazette' Morgan s pa
persays the ntiawneelown jail :ontain
but one prisoner. Wonder If Alexander
county couldn't borrow tho empty portion
of It. Our jail Is "Ir'ni'fiitl" and running
- The. Waldcn, a colored boy aged UN
teen yean, was yesterday before Judge
llakur ou a chargo of larceny, tie pluad
guilty, hud the.ludge sentenced him to an
elzhtctti month's term at thu reform
--Vli-:arof cue of till-tapping at
F.iurlh ward store. Tho amount
gobbled Is supposed to bo In the neigh
borhood of ono hundred dollars. For the
saku of the parents of the young "rap
scallan" wo suppress nainvs.
County Purveyor Holy nil lieen up
to liar.Iewood precinct endeavoring to
ascertain -'how the land lays" in that
quarter, lie surveyed several sections
and will probtbly have to survey several
moreboforo he gets through with tbo job
By roferenco to "Washington dis
patches published in this morning's Ilui.
LXTIN It will be reen that an i&orl Is
being in i.de to have Hon. D. W. Munn, of
this city, appointed to the position recently
made vacant by the death of Hon. It. .1
Mr. Kdwin Harry, lato of New York
city, arrived In the city yesterday after
noon, and will appear with the Fanny
Prico CombinKtion In Tour-day evening's
entertaiemtnt. Mr. Harry is said to be a
fine performer, and will add strength to
this already strong company.
Among the arrivals at the St. Charles
hotel yestorday v.-cre the follewing: C.
E Underwood, Cincinnati ; A T llufcrd
Wator Valley, Mis.issipplj J 11 Halley
Kentucky; Webster Treidway,Tenneieo.
H li Ravage, Galena, Illinois ; Capt. J II
Lourey, St. Louis; T, I Oakes, Cincin
A special convocation ot Cairo Roya
Arch Chapter, No. VI, will be held thi
(Wednesday) evening, January 7, IS
at 7:30 o'clock (harp, for work In M. E
M.'s Degrco. Take duo notice, and be
Jerry .Sullivan, who somotime since
ontered John Uagortys saloon and en
doavored to make a nutmeg grater of that
gentleman's carcass by shooting him full
of boles, was yesterday beforo the Circuit
Court, pled guilty, and was tontenced to
the penitentiary for a term of three years.
Sullivan may thank his stars for getting
off so easily.
Heliglous revivals are now lu pre.
gruu in sevoral of the colored churches of
tbo city. On .Sunday evening at tho
African M. K. Church sixteen persons
took their coats at the "mourner's bench."
Reverends Hicks and Caldwell are also
snoklng to " drive the dovel out " of the
colored brethren, and nre meeting with
success in their laborr.
The explosion of a coal oil lamp in
tbo residency of Father .ibel, of St. I'ttl
rick's Catholic church, corner of Ninth
street and "Washington avonuo, created
considerable excitement In that locality on
Mondby ovonlng. A number of blankets
and quills were brought into requtritlon
and the flro extinguished. Tho damage
dono l-y the fire was trifling.
The iiianttgeintmt of thu Fanny l'rice
troupo havo made arrangements for
a special train to run betwoen Cairo
ar.d Mound City on Thursday evening,
Tbo train will leave Mound City at 7
o'clock, and return after tho performance.
The play fur Thursday evening is ono of
the best that has boon put on tho stage
during tbo company's engagement hero,
and wn hopo that they may havo a
crowded houio to witness it. We expect
to seo a good many Mound Cityltes
Tho week of prayer which began on
.Sunday last Is fairly InangurateJ, and
promises to bo successful and profitable.
Tbo attendance ut the Presbyterian and
Methodist churches on Sabbath was large.
At the commurlccment services at the
1'rosbvterian church on Sunday morning
flvo wore baptised and eleven rocolved into
the church. About fifty persons were
prcBonl. On Monday evening tbero was
also a good attendance. At the Metho.
dist church tho attandnnco lias also been
good. Let all tho friends of Christianity
reuismbor the week uf prayer.
Tbero was u very lair attendance at
thu Atlienoum last night to witnois the
play of Frou-Frou, as rendered by the
Fanny Frlce combination. This is truly a
capital play, and was well received by the
audience All tho racmbors ef the com
pany who participated in the play sus
tained their characters with credit to
themselves and the delight of the aucHeuce.
"Kip-Van Winklo" will be the play tc
night, wlthJMr. Frank Boiwortb at "Hip.''
This is a play that has always taken well
with our play-going people, and wo pre
sume to-night will bo no exception to the
rulo. There will certainly bo a, full
Circuit onurt convened at tui p
pointed hour yesterday morning, whin
the criminal docket was taken up. The
first crte tried was ,that of Thos. l'owers,
charged with tho larceny of a carpet sack.
Tho dofondant having no counsol, tho
court appointed W. Urcere, Esq., of
Thebes, to conduct his defense. County
Attorney Pope appeared for the people.
Thi ovldenco was heard aftor which short
ipco:hos were mado by the counel in tho
case. After a short absence tho Jury re
turned a verdict of guilty and fixed tho
punishment of tho prisoner at two years
in tbo penitentiary. The following pris
oners pled guilty and were sentenced as
fallows: Thomas Widden, larceny; 18
months at reform school. Lester F.. Hale,
larceny; two yean in penitentiary. John
Hrisboiio, larcony; 13 montbs In the peni
tentiary, Phillip McUinnis, larceny; one
year in penllontiary. Jerry Sullivan, at-
tempt to commit murder; threo years In
penitentiary, Wm. Connors and Michael
llrady, larceny; 18 montbs In peniten
tiary. At. 5 o'clock court adjourned until
0 o'c!o;k this morning.
Thu last Issue of tho Mound City
'Journal' contains the lollowing Items:
Mr. 1-red Good dolivered uu Dosses-
sionof tho Stokes Home on tho 1st Inst.,
to Geo, Mertz, Esq. Jimmy Horen has
been appointed landlord, pro Uiu.
A erand ball and concert, for the
benefit of the German School, is to be
Klvon at .Stoke s hall In the courso of a
couple of weeks. Moro extended notice
will bo given hereafter,
Mr. John "W: Carter, superintendent
or tiie 11. v. railroad, has had his car re
paired vnd tenovated, and is now aa good
as new. Shelton Hunter is still In charce
and Is ecitanly the most Pol it.) conductor
to bo touna on any rna 1
-Villa P.idgo Lodee No Wl A F and
A M , December 'JO, 1873, elected L F
Craln W M, Ira 11 Miller 8 W, A U Bob
inson J W, O Edson, Tress , A Hubner,
bee , and appointed ii 11 Graves SU.UA
rarvey J U, J A Clay and Yf 11 Butt
steiv's., A F HlggerstatT, tyler,
The Eiryptian Choral Society have
uociaeu to periuriu ino unirit or '.u. on
January It inst.. at Stokes Hall, lhe
hall will be expressly arranged for them.
and they cla;m thoy will give one of the
best entertainments ever iclven In this
city. The play Is vsry popular, having
reached the sale of 20,000 copiev A
special train will bring their Cairo
Business in Police Maglstrato Bird's
court yesterday was more lively than on
any previous day for several woeks past,
In tho forenoon Joseph limes was up on
a chargo ot being drunk. OfHcor Henry
Martin, who made tho arrest was suro that
Joseph had been very drunk, and his
honor accordingly assessed a fine uf two
dollars and the "usual fair" against him
llut Joseph could not pay, and was sent
to the lock up for tbo space of four days,
Tim. O'FIaherty and Jas. Ford, were cap
turei by officer Chrw. Meehner, who bu
lleved them to) drunk to take care of
themselves, and kindly otfered to take
care of them. James Taylor and
James Ford, having business
away from the city, wero granted
a stay of execution, promising to "get out'
in three hours. Chas. Carpenter, for be
ing drunk, was sent up for three days,
Joseph McNuha and John Davison Mon
ary night by some means galuod an on
trar.co to the basoment of St. Patrick
Catholic church, where they wero about
to lay down for the night when they were
surprised by the officers and carried to
the calaboos, His honor yesterday lined
them each ton dollars and costs, In default
of tho payment of which they wero son
to tbo calabooso for eight days each
Charlotte "Wiley, a colored lady, and an
"old offender,' was arrested by
Sbooban fur using offensive and
abuiiv.1 language. Promising to bobavo
better In tho futuro, she war, on payment
of the costs of proceedings, allowed to
depart. Officer.) Martin, Cain and Shee
ban made a raid on sevtral of the "deni
of Iniquity," on Third and Fourth streets
tnd succeeded in "scooping In" the rol
lowing named damsels: Patsy Hobinson
Magglo Duster, Puss Curry, Josio Willis
Kllza Prior, Anna Davis, Jotephln
Mansfield, Mollio Williams and Kati
Jack-son. 'lhe charge against them was
for boicg "inmates of bousos of ill-fame.'
His honor, after giving Item some good
advice, fined thorn live dollars and costs
each, except Mollle "Williams
who was discharged. Several of tb
abovo named paid their fines, while the
others were locked up in the calabose
The last rase that camo beforo tho court
was that of J. P.. Cunningham, who was
arrested on a warrant charging him with
collecting moro than tho city ordinances
allow for conveying passengers from on
placo to another within tho city limits
The evidenco was clear, and showod that
Mr. Cunningham had collected no more
than he wus entitlod to, and he was accord.
Extract Fkom Tue Pod. Dr. Price'
Vanilla Flavor is extracted from tho Va
nilla pod, obtained from Vera CruK and
Oaxaca, Mexico, This popular flavor
mado by Dr. Prico embodies all of the
dollcate aroma of this agroeable fruit and
Is freo from the strong, rank taste of thos
extracts in the market sold as Vanill
which aromado from tho choap Tonquaor
Snuff IJoan. If something puro and nice
Is wanted to flavor cakes, pies or puddings,
get Dr. Prico'a Special Flavorings, which
are equal to his noted Cream Baking
Dn. J. "W. IIkioman treats all diseaios
that provall in this cllmato, hut ho will
glvo special attention to diseases of the
"bronchial tubes, lungs nnd tholr tltt-
sues." Bronchitis, bronchial and tuborcu
'lar consumption and pulmonary apoplosy
troaled by inhalation of nebulized lluld
medicated airs, gasos, vapors and powdon,
Consumptives, although your disease
standi at the head of all diseases, both in
provalcnco and fatality, there Is hope for
you yet. Cheer up. OlDco hours from 10
a. m, until 3 p.'m.
J. W. Urioman, M. D,
Oolco and residenco, Twelfth ttreet
botween "Walnut and Ce.lar, Cairo, 111
P. O. box R'lQ, 21-d&w4t
Somo person having a comfortable cot
tage containing flvo or tlx rooms,conveni
ently located for business, if doslrous of
selling may find a cash purchaser by ad
dressing post office drawer 300, Cairo, III
BITER NEWS. -
and departures for the 24 hours ecdlug at 6
V. in. iaai evening :
Stenmer F P Graeey, Columbus
1 Jim Fiik, Paducah
1 Capital City, VIrksburg
1 Arlington, Cincinnati
1 John Kyle, New Orleans
1 Indiana, New Orleans
Steamer F V Gracey, Columbus
" Jim Fisk, Paducah
" Den Franklin, Cincinnati
" Belle of Shreveport, St. Louis
" Bismarck, New Orleans
" Arlington, Memphis
" John Kyle, laid up,
The Ohio fell nino inches since last re
lhe .Mississippi is reported on a stand,
with cvo feat hence to St. Louis.
is about as stated in our last report. How-
ovor, several loati made considerable ad-
litions here yesterday. The weather wm
not so cold as on the day previous, but a
raw wind provatied durln? tho greater
part of the day, which made It quite
ITU or CAROC.
The Chas Hodman addol about 1G0 tons
here The Bismarck, Capt. Mpalne
commanding, took 000 tons here, and will
fill out below The Arlington re
shipped a lot of New Orleans freight here,
and added 17S tons for Memphis The
Indiana has the great International cir
cus complete for Louisville, and a big
cargo of lugar and molasses for the Ohio
river The John Kyle reshlpped her
St. Louis freight at Uslmont, and will
for the present lay up here.
Tbo Thompson Dean left Cincinnati for
New Orleans on Haturdey, drawing stx
rest. She had about 8S9 tons and 85
passengers in the cabin, and has freight
and passengers awaiting her at Louisville
and otbor poinU below. This is a poor
trip for such a fine steamer The
rlvor at Little flock Is still declining, jrlth
three feet in the channel above and five
feet nlno Inches by the gusge
mark at Little Kock The Mes
senger commenced loading at
Pittsburg for St. Louis, yesterday.,
River at Pittsburg is falling steailly, with
seven feet four Inches in the channel.
All southern tributaries present poor
prospects for a profitable season's work for
steamers Capt. Hlldreth of the Gen.
Buell, reports a dangerous snag directly in
the channel just above the pork bouse at
Madison The indications at Pitts
burg are that freights will becomo moro
abundant soon, as a good many orders for
manufactured goods are coming in, ospeci
ally for manufactured iron The
funeral of the late Standlsh Pepard took
place at Georgetown on the 4th.
Three steamers will leave Cincinnati this
week for New Orleans.
GLEANING FRO it OU XCMAOICS.
(St. Louis 'Times,' Cth.)
The weather grew much warmer yestor
day, and prospects last evening were good
lor an unobstructed river. No ice has yet
made its appearance. "Water en a stand,
with live feet hence to Cairo. Business
continues abcut the same as it has been
for some weeks; if anything, it is less ac
tive. Tbo truth is that boats are not get
ting all there is a going. Railroads are
competing with steamers for the trade,
and are getting n large sharo of it, too.
Rates are the same : CO cents a barrel for
Hour and '.'5 cents per 100 for pound
freights, being the figures to New Orleans.
The Memphis 'Lelger' says:
The trade of St. Louis during the past
year shows an increase in receipts of cot
ton, pork, tobacco and a few other articles,
but corn is 2,000,000 bushels short of last
year, whilo potatoes and other articles
shon a tailing off. In river business
there has beon little or nothing of an en
Sunday's New Orloans 'Times' says:
Business on the levne was tolerably ac
tive. There was an unusually large num
ber of arrivals, all of which appeared to
haveamplo freight lists, and as the levee
was pretty woll stocked with produce, It
will cause soma of the last arrivals to go
to the Thalia street wharf or ulsewhero to
find room todischargo.
Memphis Avalatichc Olb.J
Arkansas City has a stock of 220,000
bushels of coal on hand, White river has
300,000, Vicksburg, Natckez, Hayou, Sara
and Dayton Rouge has large supplies, and
New Orleans on tho 1st inst., had a stock
of 100 boats, 1" barges aud 3 French
creeks, making over 3,600,000 bushels of
stock there. The arrivals during Decem
ber at Now Orleans wero -42 boats, 9 bar
go and 2 creeks, or 1 0o0,C00 bushels and
consumption during the month was 27
boats, 3 barges and 1 crtok, or nearly 100,.
000 bushels. Prices here aro &5o for Pitts
burg to the river trade and 70c delivered
to city trade, and from 40 to 4So for lower
Ohio river and Grand Tower coals. The
Now Orleans prices are low and not prof
itable to dealors. '
has his mammoth instrument shooting out
imperial photographs for Christmas presents,
at the rate of one a minute. Persons desi
rous of having a handsomely painted picture
nnd purely artistic In finish, should give
theIrordersin t'caou. Photographs can be
made on cloudy dsya equal to those on sun
shining ones at
owiug to ino gigantic SKy-llgbt, which fan.
not be surpassed In
NEW YORK CITY.
Also on hand a tiuo assortment ol gold uud
walnut lrams-s. All are Invited tu call uud
examine. Portraits in oil up to Ufa tle and
aquarelles ol the highest finish, for which
medals have been awarder
Gallery on Sixth slroet, between Com
merclal and Washington avenues, Cairo,
At Coht. Having tnken exclusive pos
session of my storo, In close it out, I of
fer my entire stock at wholesale prices
at wbole.'alo or retail; consisting in part
of a large variety of canned fruits, spices
bakiuc powders, sardines, lobsters, loss
and every artlole usually kept in a first
class family grocery, Also wooden and
willow waro; a large assortment of sad
dies and harness, bits, bridles, snaps,
brushes, whips, oto., eto. Terms strictly
cash. All parsons indebted to me are re
quested to rail and settle thtir accounts,
4 iv D. Aster.
HAincs Ubl have 200 bales o(
good hay which they are selling at two
collars per bale. 18-O-lt
One largo whlto sow, no marks. Any
person returning her to the Egyptian
Mills will le suitably rowarded. 12-2-4t
Second-hand clothing, watches, Jewelry,
pistols, Ac, bought and sold. Opposite
Cairo and Vinconnes railroad depot.
20-7-tf M. Coynk.
Three hundred dollars city scrip at
ninety cents. Apply at Uui.i.etin of
fice. K. A. Burnett.
The second and last term for genttt will
take place un Tuesday, January 3th, at 3
p.ui. Second and last term for children
on Saturday, January 211b, ut 2 p.m.
0-3-2t O. Hardy, Teacher.
The members of the Cairo Casino are
earnestly requested to bo preiont at their
rooms Wednesday evening, January 7th,
for the transaction ot important business.
By order of the President,
Two Batteries of two Boilers, each 24
feet loug, ! Inch Dram, 2 14 inch Flues
with flro fronts. Mud and Steam drums
Safety and Mud valves, Chimney and
Brltchin, all complete and in first-class
order; been used only three months. For
price, etc., iuqulre ot J. T. IIxxnik,
'j-M-n. vuicnn iron worhi.
All-wool country knit sock at 20 cants
a pair. Also, a fine bed room sett, includ
ing a floe spring tnsltress, and many
other artlclos, at panic prices. Remember
auction sale of furniture every Saturday
morning at 10 o'cloak, and dry goods,
booU, shoes, etc., every Saturday evening
at 7 o'clock. LOUIS H. MYERS.
I will sell my bouso and lot on Commer
cial avenue abovo Fourth street (lot 3
block 15) at a bargain. Tho house 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. AVh. MCCormick.
30 d&w lm
On Seventh street, Cairo, Illinois, one
of the most beautiful homesteads in tho
city,; consisting of two loU handsomely
enclosed, set with flowers, evergreens
shrubbery, Ac, ic ; a well built and neatly
funished cottago containing seven rooms,
cellar, cistern, wood house, wash house
bath housc'and coal house, with gars and
every convenience. Apply to
John (J. Harmon & Co,
Real Estate Agentt.
January, 1H74. S-3-lm
THE ST. CHARLES HOTEL.
The underslgnel having resumed, thi
management of the above hotel, trust by
strict attention to biuices, to tho wants
and comforts of thrir wussts, to merit tho
renewed favor of their old patron and tu
traveling public in general.
The Saint Cbarlos will at once undergo
a thorough renovation, and bo much im
proved in all its appointments.
Good sample rooms and special r.-.tes for
All baggage for guests conveyed to and
from the hotel free of charge.
J f.wxtt "Wilcox & Co., Propriston.
SPECIAL LOCAL NOTICES.
All kinds of game constantly on band
at Harry Walkor's, Commercial avenuo
botween Seventh and Eighth streets.
11 -7-1 m
For qas and steam fitting go to Ren
nie's Vulcan Iron works, Commercial
avenue, foot of Ninth street 9-10-tf
Fon Sale, ono small Herring it-fe
choap. Enquire of N. Linton,
2 3-flt. 01 Ohio Levee.
For a good square meal go to Harry
"Walker's roitnurant, Commorclal avenue
botween Seventh and Eighth street. Im
Tn European hotel, Har.-y Walker
proprietor, is open at all hours oi tho
Ten pounds of brown sugar for $1; 8
pounds best cotl'ee sugar at tl ; U pounds
of choice butter at $1 ; 'J cents for lard;
imperial tea at ily Potatoes 30 couts per
peck; apples 40 cents, at Wilcox's block.
Notiur Is hereby given that I will pay
no bills for goods sold to any of the em
ployes of Tub Cairo Bullktin, either
or themselves or for the use uf the office
unless the same are furnished on an order
(igned by Mr. Burnett or myself.
12-20-ly .Torn U. Oiicult.
R. Jones, fashionable boot and shoe
maker. Cork solos, Scotch bottoms, and
tho latost Improvements In tho linn uf his
husluoss. Only this best aim most com-
elont workmen employed, and all work
warranted to be flrstclass lu ovury respect
tihop on Commercial avfiiun, m-ar corner
of Tenth street. 10-7
Pari ins having monthly magazines and
other periodicals to bind would do well to
send them to J. C. Hulcs,at tho Bulletin
Ulndery, whi is now doing such work at
great bargains. Our merchant wanting
blank books fur tbo uow your would do
well to call and examine his price list,
which they will find at low nt tho lowest
Good work or no charge. 3t,.2w
Tnr. barber shop is on tho corner of
eighth stroet aud Commercial avenuo
where J. George Stiotihouio with his gen.
tlemanly assistants can be found tU any
hour of the day or night, ready to soothe
your feelings with a smooth shave, or cool
your temper and head with a good sham
poo. It is a first-class shop, and you aro
sure of roceiving tlrst-olass treatmont.
Ladles' and children's hair cut or curled
after the most approved styles. 8-15-tf
Fon Sale. Saw mill on I. C. R. R.
Terms oaiy. Address
-daW-Ct T( II. FAnnRK, U11!a( 111.
Somktuino New. 1 havo Improved
and porfected a new process by which the
Ferrotype Is brought out equal to tho best
Photographs, and moro durable-. Copies
from pain tl of s and ongravings mado fully
oqual to tho original in appoarance, tho
lights and shades brought out with to
markablo appearance, so that nothing
surpasses the beauty and natural expres
sion of the picture And In fact any olif
pictures.are copied by this process so as to
look as woll or better than tho original
picture. Thoso having old pictures or
ehoice paintings or engravings for pres
ents, rannot do better than avail thotn
selves of this rouiarkablo Improvement.
J. J. Thomasi, Photographer,
Corner of J-Ilghth ttreet and Commercial
PARENTS ATTENTION I
Hating a larger stock of Youths', Boys
and Children' Clothing on hand than Is nee
essary for the Cairo market and an Idea ol
making th's our last crasou n ch lldrens
clothing, we will sell our stock, (one of the
finest In t hetatc),at N'nw YonK Cost for tho
next thirty day. Parents wishing some fine
clothing at low figures tor Holiday prcsentx
can find them for sale in tho above lot. This
1 no advertising dodge, but we Intend to do
Just what wo tay: Sell the FINK9T stock
of Youths, Boys' anJ Children' cloth-
ino ever brought to tho state outside ol
Chicago at Nkw York codt.
I. FARNBAKKll A SO.N,
No. CI. Ohio l.eveo. 2d door above First
Whereas Mathcw D. Uuntcrbr UU sale
mortgage uaieu ucmucr ,. ior, ami re
corded In voluino . of salo mortgage on
iiul-c 111. Hi tlio llccordcr s omco el Alex
ander county, Illinois conveyed to the un
dersigned tlio following, to-wlt: A lease
hold estate for tho term ol live (.") years, In
and to Iota his (UJ, seven (7) and eight (8), in
brock three ('!) in tho first addition to tho
i-ltv of Cairo. Illinois, cuimnuuclni: March 0.
lSil, under and bv vlrtuo of a certain lease
heariLL' Uatc. March 'J. Ibil. executed by
Staats Taylor and Edwin l'arsom, trustees
of tho Cairo City Property to Peter A. Co
naut, and by said Peter A. Couant. with the
written consent of said Taylor and Parsons,
ussicued to said Mathcw I), Guuteron the
Jlldtof Mav. la'ii. together with all the Im
provemenli thereon, belonging to tho said
tluntci- of uverv kind and nature hoover, in
cluding mill fixtures uuKines, boilers, bum
nml othar llxtures nnnertalnln-' aud belong
ing to tho mill building thereon sltuatu; to
secure uie payment oi u certain promissory
note In said mortgage r-pcclflcd : Now un
der the provisions ot said salo mortgage, de
fault having been made lu tbo payment of
tec note therein mentioned, tho undersigned
will oner said property for salo at auction,
to tho highest bidder, for ciuh.
at the court house door, Culro. Illinois, at 2
o'clock p.m. on SATURDAY T11K 21TH
DAY OK JANUARY, A, D. 1S74.
Uk.vuy L. Halmpay,
Mortgagee and Tru-tee.
CSrecn & Gilbert, Attorneys.
Wheiihas, Mathew D. Giuiter, bachelor,
by lih salo inolgagc, dated March lUth. 1H7I,
and recorded ou pago 07 of book of deeds
in tho ltecnrdcr'H olllco of Alexander
county, Illinois: And, whereas, Mathew
l). uuntcr anu wuo iy their salo mort
lmio dated July 7. 1H7I. and recorded on
pngo7l ol book 7. ot deeds In the Recorder's
oilice or Alexander county, Illinois, con
vi-ycd to tho undersigned, the following de
scribed lots and property, to-wlt : Lot thlr-tv-nlno
(311) In block thirty-two (32) and lot
iweniy-onu c-ij "i uiock eignty-two (t'J), all
In tho first addition to tho city ol Cairo III-,;
Also ii leusohold estate for tno term of ton
(10) yearn, In nnd lo loti sixteen (It!) and
xotcnlccii (17), In block sixteen (10) in tho
llrs-t addition to tho city ol Cairo, lliinol.".
commencing December 0,1:70, under and
by virtue) o( u certain lease bearing date
December Ii, 1870, executed by W. O. nnd
11. C. Jo ini. trustees tor Wm. .Martin.
to the fald Mathowl).(iuntcr,togcthcrwlth
all and Blugiilar tho buildings and Improve
ment or every kind or nature soever
situate on said lots, sixteen (10) and seven
teen (17) belonging to laidGtintcr, to-wlt:
ono dwelling house, ono stoni and dwelling
house, one mill building with mill fixtures,
engine, boilers, burs nnd other fixtures ap
pertaining and belonging thereto, to secuio
the payment oi certain promissory notes in
said two mortgages specified : Now, under
tho provisions ot bothot talil sale mortgages
default having been made in tho payment
of tlio notes In them mentioned, tlio under-
klgnea will ouer eaiu property lor sain, at
auction, to tho highest bidder, tor cash, at
the court houso door, Cairo, llllnoli, at 3
o'clock p.m. ou SATURDAY, THE 2ITJI
DAY OF JANUARY, A. 1). 1071.
Henry l.. Hai.lihay,
.Mert;,M(;co and Trustee
(irceii .V Gilbert, AttorncvA.
1 will attend at thu following times nml
places in tho several precincts In this county
in euuioriuiiy wuii law, lur mo purpose
ot receiving the statu and county taxes lor
tho vear 1S73. nslollows. to-wlt:
In Unity precinct, at tho house ot Willl.itu
Holdrn, Monday January It), 1ST I.
In Ih'zlewood precinct, at Dr. Jones' store,
Toledo. Tuesday. Janiury 20. 174.
In Clear Creek precinct, t Marchlldnn .t
Culloy's store, mouth or creek, Wednes
day, January 21, 1S7I.
In 'I holies precinct,, at J. G. Rolluiiut's
storo.Thebcs, Thursday, January '-'-', 1S74.
Ill Santa I'o precinct, at W. II. Anderson's
storo, SsntaKo, Friday January 23, ls7l.
Ill coote Island precinct, at O. Urnciiluy's
store. Goose Isl.iud, Saturday, January
In Dog Tooth precinct, at the hotuo of N.
jluiisacKcr, Tuesuay, oanuary -i. ia,i.
In South Cairo precinct, at tno olllco ol .1.
o. Hirniiii, Cairo, Wednesday, January
In North Cairo precinct, ut tho court houst,
Cairo, Thursday, January 20, 1874.
Section No. 1S1 uf tho amended reveuuo
law of this stato renillios that lew bv tho
collector upon tho porsou.il property ol the
tax paver he made for the non-navmeut ol
pommal taxes on or bclore the 10th day of
Section No. 17, provides that all tuxes
upon real citato remaining unpaid on the
10th day of March next, shall bo deemed
Tax payers will bear In mind these
chauges, asstho law will be vigorously en
forced, "lie sure tobiliig your title papers or
last years taxrecelpt-t with you, that no er
rors lu paying tuxes nuy occur.
A l.E.v, 11. Iuvin, Collector.
Cairo. Ills.. Dee.. 81, 1873. daw-til
A. J. ROE, M. I).
Oltleeovcr Thorns & Dro's. grocery store,
No. 13-1 Commercial aveuuo. corner Klgbth
strest, Residence onner WssnlBgtOB are
nu n4 Vmuteentli itrset.
The treat dlsrnvi-r nhh.
age. There Is no pain which
the Centaur Mnlment will not
relieve, mo swelling which It
will not subdue, and no lame
ness which It will not cure
..This la strong langnaire. but
I . la . 11. h . 1 .
JPW? ihoreclPoiH printed around
each bottle. A circular containing certlfl
cates or wondr.rlul cures ot rheumatism
neuralgia, lock-jaw, sprains, swelling,
burns, scalds, caked-brcast, poisonous
bites, frcien leet, gout, salt rheum, ear-ache
.to., and the recipe ot tho Liniment will be
sent gratis to anyone. It Is the most won
derful healing and pain relieving agent the
world has overproduced. 1 1 colls mho ar
ticle over beforo did sell, and It sells becausu
It doos Just what It protends to do. One bot
tle of tho Contaur Liniment for animals
(yellow wrapper) Is worth a hundred dol
lars for spavined, strained or galled hones
and mules, and for pcrow-worm in sheep.
No family or stock-owner can afford to be
without Centaur Liniment. Price, 60 cents;
argn bottles, $1. .1. II. Rose & Co., ti
Broadway, New York.
UASTORIA Is more than a substitute lor
Ca-tor Oil. It is tho only sjavk article lu
existence which Is sure to regulate the bow
el, euro wlndcollo and produce natural
sleep, Hlspleasant totake. Children need
not cry and mothers may sleep. 10-7 wly
Cairo Box and Basket Co.
LUMBER OF ALL KINDS
lliltn AMI SOIT.
ICsop constantly on nana
Fl.OUltINU ANU SiDINU, ALSO LATH.
A N l YAHD COftNXR THIRTY-FOURTH
STREET ANU OHIO LVK.
FINE MILLINERY GOODS
I'ttUSII CALX STTI.lt SI.
M 1XS. M . J A U K S O N
(Formerly Mrs. Dwandsri,)
announces that she has lu.t opened a laXM
assortment ot the
Millinery Goods to be found lu the market.
3 ho will keep on hand
HATH, UONNETS, JTLOWERS, KinBOXS,
Uke.sh trimmings or all kinds,
Lavish Furnishing Goons, Notions,
Collaiih. Undkrklkkve, Rcrrs,
And all goods found In millinery stores, all
ol which will no uispexca ot ac me loweti
ca-li prices. Mrs. Jackson respectfully
asks a continuation of tho pataonage which
bai been ho Hbeiniiy besuowea upon ner ny
the ladies of Cairo and the vicinity.
NEW LIVERY STABLE
nrrwRia wapu'v aymvum ad waxvvi
Dr. 11. r. risk's laforaa tae pablla that he ha
L 1 V E R T S T A B L M
on th north-! si te of Tasth stret at nun
abo. . .
II'.s (JtablM wilt be mralthM with neae but In
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
aid the public may be accommodated at ai
ours of the day and night with safe teams
on the lowest terms.
Dr. Fields asks a sharo of public patronage
and will endeavor to merit It by fair deaUiix
and strict attention to business.
T. X. KI.MimOUGH,
CARPENTER & BUILDER
Tenth !Urt aud Wasblstlisit Avmm.
C3TAI1 kinds ot Jobbing work done ou
short notice, and tn gnodstyte Leave or
djra at the shop.
H A M W I Is 8 O K ,
1 1. J n Ii
BOAT aa?O3S,02ia j-
IttIV (lA . 1 S KT5.
tlaisw. 1 1 1
vw Y sites.
SAWdi:.. )'. WHEKLKK,
ATTORNEY h COUNsSKLOR AT LAW
OlUce urar Kimt National nank. 8-lMin
WILLIAM J. ALLKN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OlUcu oter FlistN.itlonalbank. iMWSiu
John 11, MUlkey.
MULKlir Si BON,
Oilier: fClshtb stroet, between Couuner
:lal and Wathlu'tou aytuiues.
(IIIEKN ii Q I Lit HUT,
OOUNU1LOR0 AT IaAW,
w!n!a:stMSt,l' OAIItO, lUJMOia.
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