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THE L'&lKODAlJUf JbUiiJjKTIN, THURSDAY, JANUARY 8, 18-1.
I.OCAI.WKATIinil URPOUT.
oiiHritVRH'sOn'ion, ;aiho, lll., I
January 7, 10:11 t.iii., 15. 1.
lUtomclcr, .'i0;8.'i degrees
Theinwmotor, 30 degrees.
Wind ioithwct. Velocity 10 miles per
luur.
Wcathor lilr
Maximum temperature for ll 91 hours
i1 degree;
Minimum temperature Jorihltl hour,
-'I degrees.
Prevailing wind for last 21 hours, north-
WMl,
Totil number (it miles traveled by wind
lurmn lout 21 hour, ,Y)1.
KliWIN OAW.AN1J,
Observer Signal Service, I). .S, A.
NEW ADVEllTISEM I3NTS
Manager 1) 1!aK( iiktt.
,TRi I'Ml'l i AIN'T SUCCkBS.
twklfth Nunir of
liK 1.KH.UANT Tl'.AOtU ARTM1K,
KANNY B. PRICE.
v ho nil appear by universal icpieil II
her treat character of
ICj ti -A. J
Tin. forsaken JKWKS..
L1.A1I. Mill Fanny II. l'ric.
"j ixrti'l by Ibe Kolire Company.
li.i! KcvculriK's Knteilalnmeiit to ion-i.iid-
Willi tlio larcc ut'
.rst appearance of the great Comedian.
Mi;. KONVAKU J'.AIUIY.
F1UDAY SIGHT,
PEARL OF SAVOV.
l'nri,UBlte 75 Ot.
Family Circlu So Uu.
l!eervod Seal in Katiily circle. ..7i Ct.
limes It 00
Koserved Seali on he procured at D.
llartman', without Kxtka Ciiarok.
Doors opn hi 7 o a lock ; (.'jjnmBcing at
H. oi lock.
K. MAXWELL fi CO..
Manufacturers and Dealer in
MACHINE & BURNK! OILS
ninl
AXLE GREASE.
Also Agents for the
CELEBRATED GLOBE
AND
Ll'MUCATlNC OIJ.S.
s . 'I', North Advmi Street,
.-t liai", Mo.
l.wliii.
LOOK OUT FOR FUN.
OUAND
.MASQUERADE 1 5 ALL.
To bo given by t!io
di:lta city
COZECTIEr 33-A.3STID
AT WASHINGTON HALL,
MONDAY. JANUAUY 1Mb, 1871.
TICKhTS OXV. Ilul.LAK.
Kacti ticket rntltlos the liol.1. 1
i 'i nee III tho ralllc lor .i M)
(ioi.i) hkadkd cam:.
tu a
'lii'kPtN for sale at Paul (i. 'SVhuh'-. K. A-
U Under', 31. .1. McUaulf.v's and .1. Itur-
Wy. I.uiiwiii,
i:. i'aai:.
(ius, llL'nri:,
a 2vv Coin, of Arrangements
POE SA.LH
UY TUB
CAIRO CITY CAS CO.
UiCO bushels of
COZE.
Delivered in any part of tlio idly.
Twenty-live bushel- Tor TWO DOl-LAllS
I3t-0.1m II. T. ():iiout.l, Supt.
T, MWI IIH.
SAM.UHL P. WIIKKLKU,
ATTUIINEV ft UOUKSBLOIt AT LAW
OA I HO, ILLINOIS.
OBica over Kind National bunk. a-IW!ii)
WILLIAM J. ALLEN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OA 1 110, ILLINOIS.
i ' umcoot'r
" IaI. II Mill
S-HJ-Sm
Jolin II. 5lulley.
Willaiu 0." .MulUoy
MULK15Y .fc SON,
ATTOItNEYH AT
OAIUO, ILLINOIS.
LA1
Olllcoi IClKtitti ktrcot, between (.'ommci
clalaiid WaHliltiKtou uveuuts.
Mi tf.
OllKKN & 'QILBUJIT,
A TTOlUUtYh
oouNUBLona
WitlUa n.tfmio, -I
Willumll fillbert, Y
KllfH k OUltt, )
AT LAW,
CAIKU, H.MNOIti.
el-Ji'i"!!"! IUn(Ki iren lo AdmtiMtr tai
f,IC OI.'IO LXVAt UOOWH. 7 AJIO fi 0Y1US
'ITVITAI'IOWAr HAW.
THE BULLETIN.
j OA I JtO LOCAL SEWS.
LOr.Mi SIIOUT-STOl'.S,-
Mr. At. WHihlro and
Ijltl, aro flopping r.t lb"
lady nf St,
fit Charles
lintol,
-Urtpt. Atf Culling: of tlio Mtropoii
innrino ayf, wan ut lh St. Uhrlc hotsl
jostcrday.
County Clerl: hynoh and family Mt
yHtorday afternoon for St, I. null, whore
thov intend ipRDdlng n few days.
1'artlM whlnnj; t f ura barnalni
in furnlliirn tholild ulland tlio miction
(la at L. 11. Mycre' miction rod in, 111
OotiitfiMcinl itvnua, alt) o'olbck Dili morn
iiii;. A larg iunntity of good fnriilturo
willbold. i!7 H
'Niijlit boforo latt two buy, nitiir of
them ovor fnurUon ji'ara of w, went
'.ngui.Tirig ulniit; Vulbilif;toii nvntlj HI
natural at if thoy Wuro drtinkardi nil their
livof. 'i'h ir.liwn-kfipr who m)Ii liquor
to boji of tholr age "III tun' and oubt
to l) tn tbt pcniwntliiry.
--AmoHg tbo guti at the . St CimrtM
yMUiday worn ttn lulloirlrif; : Dr. O
DouglaH, olty ; O U Ilanrieh, Clnctodnlij
LwH Tllir. Loulivillo; Dr. A Drlpt,
city: Williaui U'ilioo, Otkonhi T C
Lcai h ('ape Ulntrilfaui A Y Oray, St
Louii; .lobn D Mann, Juabion, Tmui-
Y. M. IMwnrd, .Ut. A. Cooper, I.
W. Miller, KM. CiilborUen, 7m. Or
Marios Keenly, AS in. I McOic, J. M.
McOuire, John KlddU, A. K. Miili,
Wlloy Whitohood nnd Vo. LwU, nil of
Dexter City, Minouri, wera in tlie city
yterdy. About thirty bolei f cotton
belong to "ivurnl of the hbove iieined gen
tletneu was lold hero.
At tbfl iiifotlnj; of the rouneil hold
on Tueiday oveniu Mayor Wood jiii
nouncwl hii iri'.enllor of being aUent
from the city for Fercral w)i, nud re
qiifitcd tlio ootincll to tect one of their
number to tct Ii nnyor pro tern., In hU
ubioncc. On tho fourth bnllot Alderman
WooM Hittetihomo via ilecteti, rocefricj
isven out of olght xlv.
Mr. K.R. Workman - oli'-iri her rv
ioos to the UdieA of Cairo and vicinity it
r. teacher in the art of making Wax
Kin wen. Tor terms and ipeitneai, the
relertto I!trclay' prescription dru(ttore,
corner Kighth ttreet and Washington ar
ts tut e, wtio'i- orderi for i'lowers may alto
be left. Lidiei .rltblug leisont will plea-a
loavo tboir nddrrfi tit tie (tore or clre
notice through pot, clltoe drawer No.
253, Cniro, Illf. 21 l.g.lw.
In the cinuit t'uurt ymtcrday .lobn
Smith, who Mint time ago itoli a pocket
book frcm Mr. l'lannery, who kup an
apple atand on tbo Uvee. una after keep-
lag it a few hours returned it to her, win
tried and the jury returned a verdict of '-not
guilty.'' The Uial of J nek Oweni for an
atuult to commit wurder waiitill in
proRreM when court adjituned. Jlleslde
few motiont and i;dir made in the
aerly jiart of the day. no othor bulrn-n
w&i tr inni;ted
I'orfoni wiBhirg to viiit h-pr'nEle'''
ih'.S.d not turret tbe route ovr the Cairo
and Vincennt and HprlDjfleld and Kouth
oaitrrn road. The Cairo and Vlnconne
tr&in Inavlng thi city at -1 a.in. arrive r.t
Norrii City at & ", making ,eloo ootinoc
tlon with the train on tbe Springfield and
Soutiu-atern, which hrrivo' in b'pringtield
at 6 5o the lame ovenin. Tbi is lierond
doubt the ihortvit, quickest and brt routo
to the Str.to capital, and deserve (ho pj.
tronago of the travoling public. 26-S-21
Dr. DjujIai hm been to Cbici(;"i aw
tbo Rlephnnt, and belioving he might mike
ute of r-no of thi) elephant' "liortis," pur
cha'ed it, and propofs t) work it up intn
teo'.h- for hii numerous tootlileM cuitoineri.
llo alio purcbaced a luro f tuck of dental
good, which he U now ready to dinpono of
to hU cuHomers. llUotlicn .is on KiRhth
itreot, over Stev.'nrt & Oholion'i drug
store, where be will l planned to uioet nil
iiin old omtomari nnd as ininy new one
as may be pleaded to onll on liint. '-'-S ;t
Our Mn'ouri neilibo.-s are goiriK 'ut0
theOrfnger bu-ine in eatne't. At a
recent moetii; of farmers bold nt Charlei
too, a (jraugo vial formed, and the fulloiy.
ing olVuen oleuted : Tho lleokwith, Mai
ler; Wm 11 Sherman, Secretary, .1 0
Moor'.1, J.ictursr : II 11 Mooro, Treasurer;
John Curdry, Gate keeper, OD Whitn,
Obopla'n ; Samuel Oilvle, Stuward; Win
ltoberti, Awiitant Stoward. Tho follow
ing minimi gintlemon aro mentioned iib
members of tho eooioty : T II Kogard,
.iamei Cl irliion, .1 0 Harris, Doo Harris.
Jacob llalnly, A J rnWi, .loi T Kuaell,
Vlii Jnckeon, K Laiij(dalo, SutliKnlul
UrowH.
Mr. lirwln Alniwell, m:J "U-tiniu
Cuiroitir, but now in the il Insulins In
tho vilhgii of St. Louiii, wi,i in tho city
yoiterday on buiinifr. Mr. Maxwoll ru
contly piirohasixl thu inturect of lii part
ner in limine, and i now "soingil
hIoiio' under tho old lirm mnno. Hon
furniabini; oiln lo n number of rllroads,
and to nil llieiomln that hnvu "Cairo" at
tho liOKinnliii or end of their naiui'. Hum-
Infj olli of all hinds r.Uo kept in largo
ttipply. Mr. .Maxwell's pluco of buiineii
it at 710 Nortli Main itroet, St. Louii,
wliero ho will alwuyi bo (liid to ralcotiui
nil who may ohooso too.ill upon him. Sjo
lila cunt in uuotlior column.
Tlia play ot .Itip an WinUlo at tlio
Alhcnmim laH niglit drew out n vory
largo iiudionuo, tlio groiter portion of
whlelr v.ai compood of our bolt pooplo.
A prun of other nutter prenludei our
giving an oxtouded notlco of thu nindi
tlon of tlio varinui ohartaton of tho play,
and v.-n nuut bo tatiiilud Willi tho Mor
lion that, tliougii IHp Van Wlnklu luu
boon put on tbo stng'i In IhH city sovorul
tlmui within tlio past fow year, it vai
iwvor bsforo jo.woll played m on lait
night. Mr. JJoiworth's Itip I oxcellont,
and lm fully f'ntainui rep.
iitatlut fir nip'iirlty in thu
e.iaruutcr ' Lo h, tbn fomaksn Jowc; , 1
U tho pUy t i-nl ht. Ml 1 Vrl e will up.
pear ai Lonh.
Oar Muitii lity readon should hear
in mind lust every person In thai city "ho
ptirchai a ticket of admission to the
i'jniiy I'rlrw etitorttintnetit to-night, trill
bn entitled to free jiaisaxo both wnys on
tlio (p'.olal train lo run butwenn Cairo nnd
Mound City on tbli ocaision. This lib
oral ofl'dr on tho part of tho managtntut
of tlie Iroapo ihould .Mid no doubt will io
euro tliHin a full Ikhih'.
In Illrd's polico court yeitorday,
Frank Oazolla was llntd llvo and so-uli
for an niiAult on a ion of Hrln, by
tho name of Gannon. Uar.ola took an
appeal to the sounly court. About u don
on colored ladles of doubtful cbaractiir,
wero tirrcilel by Martin and Slioehaii, but
on account of foi'io informality in tho
mike up of the warranto to which -Mr.
Llimgar objected tho women woro all dis
charged. " LOOIC HKKK."
MATIIt-4 & U ill. havo 200 bla Gf
gwi hay which they nre celling Mt two
not.LAns per ImI. Is.C-'it
POUHALK.
Honnd-haud elnthlng, watebei, Jslry,
plstulr, X'.:, bought and told. Opposite
Cairo and Vlncentim railroad 2iot.
iW-7-tf M. Cuvxs.
K(7lp8ALK
Thren htiudrtid dollars city -rip at
ninety centi. Apply at Hi lletin of
tic. K. A. IIl-hn'kit.
S-L-3t.
SALK OK UNClZAlMKl) ISAUOaUK.
1 wilt otter for nlu at D. Ilartman'i
auotioii rfiom, 101 Commercial avenue, on
January lti'.h, at loo c'ock a.m., unclaiinod
bngKKe left ith me at the Southern ho
tel. M. Ai.i.kx.
I3-K.81
"FOli SALK."
Two liktWrle of two Uuller, each "t
feet lonj, J2 Inch Drum, t! H inch l'luei
ilh trre frontf. Mud and Steam drumi
Safety and Mud vnlre, Clilmncy and
Jlritchin, i.ll complete anil in ttrst-ntail
orUer'; ! uiud only three mouths, l'or
prk-n, itcM Inquiru ol J. T. Kkn.sib,
M-iJs-tf. Vulean Iron Works.
FOl. SALE.
Atl'Woot country knit sock at '20 cxnti
a pair. Alto, a flno bed roootutt, includ
Inn n fine spring nuttreis, nnl many
otbnr xrttolef, at panic price'. Kemcmher
auction sale of furniture every rMturday
morning at 10 oclwk, and dry goods,
booU, shoes, etc., every Saturday evening
at 7 o'clock. LOUIS II. M YEltS.
HOT. SALK. i
I will fell my hou and lot on Commvr- j
cial tvetiui? itbovu Fourth ttrue' 't 3
block at n bargain. Tho houeo oon
tains alno largo rojnir, including a large
bar-room. Tu any olio wishing to pur
chase 1 will tell on good term and uuiy
paymtnti. Wm. MriCoRWifK.
30 d&w Im
roi: salk.
On Seventh ilreet, Cairo, Illinois, one
of the most beautitnl luirnesteud in the
oi'y,', consiiting of two lots handiomf 1
enolqo.l, et with flowers, ovorgreons,
shrubbery, & , A-c ; a well built and neatly
funiiiLod cottHi;o contnlning soven roi-mi,
cellar, cistern, wood bouse, wmb liouio
bath hcuso.and conl home, with gais and
every convenience. Apply to
Jotix ! Hahmos it Co ,
l'.eal Bstate Aent'i.
January, 1874. 8-3-1 in
THU ST. Oil A HUSS I30TKL.
Tbe underiignoJ having returned the
tniinngotnent of the above hotel, truit by
strict attention to builnc, lo the wanti
nnd comTorU of their guaits, to merit tho
renewed favor of thoir old patrons and the
traveling public in general.
The Saint Cbatlei will atonco undergo
a thorough renovation, and be much im
proved in all its. appointments.
Good raniplo rooms and spncUl ri.tos for
coiinnorcial traveler.
AH nignge for guosts convoyed to and
from the hotel free of charge.
Jkwett Witcox& Co., Proprietor!.
ti'
Ar Cot. Having tukon oioiuiive pos
eonicn of my.itore, to close it out, 1 of
fer my ontiro stock at wbolaiiilo prices
tit wholesale or retail ; consisting in part
of a largo variety of canned fruit, epice,
liwkiim' iMiwder;, emlinoi, lotiitnri, tens
and ovory article usually kept In a firit
clai family grocery. Also woodon and
willow ware; a large nsi'irtment of ead
dies imd harnesi, bit, bridles, maps,
bruthoi, whipi, etc., otu. Terms itrlctly
cash. All persons indebted to mu nra re
qunited to call and tcltlt (l.eir uerount.i.
4vr D. AttTKn.
Dit. J. ,W. JIriuman treats nil diieasci
that prevail in this climate, hut ho uill
give special attention to diieaios of tlio
"brnnohhl tubes, lungs nnd their fus
niw." Ilroncbill, bronchial and tuborcu
lar consumption and pulmonary apoplexy
treated by inhalation of nobull.od llulds,
medicated nin, gaiw, vapon and powders,
Consumptives, although your disease
stands at tho head of all diiuaios, both in
provulenro and fatality, thoro is liopo for
you yet, Cimer up. (Jlllco hours from 10
a. in. until I) p. m.
J. W. iliiiOMAK, M. D.
Otllco and rwidonce, Twolith street
bctv.-oan Walnut and CoJar, Cairo, III
P. O. box 820. 21-d.twlt
KxTBAcr From Tub Pod. Dr. Prion'
Vanilla Flavor ii extracted from tho Vai
nllln poJ, obtatnod from V.ora Crua and
Oaxaos, Moxico. Tlib popular flavor as
mado by Dr. Price embodies all of tho
dolicalo nromit of llil-i ngrocablo fruit nud
is freo from the strong, rank taito of those
extracts in tho market sold as Vanllln,
which aro mado from tho cheap Tonqua or
SnulY lleau. If eomotlung puro nud nleo
U wuuted to flavor cakes, pios or puddings,
got Dr. Prlco's Spwiiil Flavorings, which
nro equal to Ills tinted Cream Making
Powder. il&wlw.
NoTion Is hereby given that I will pay
no bills for goods sold to any of tho otn
jibyej of Tun Oaiuo JJlllxtin, oithor
cr tkomielvcs or for thu use, cf tho ofllco
unleio tho samn are furnii!i)'. on un ordar
,t -nod by Mr. llurnott or mynolf.
i ..j-ly .TOIIK H. OliKftLT,
l'urt I.Uli
Ar.tuv.irs
and diip irtiires tor tho 21 houri tnJIrg ut C
Ii. in, last cvenlni';
AIIRIVKU.
Steamer V 1' Orncoy, Columbui
" Arkaniai Uelle, Kvansvtllo
" Jim I'"I1(, l'aducah
" ljuicUtep, Kvansvlllo
' Thompeon Dean, Cincinnati
" Allegheny Hollo, New Orlssni
" . ('olorado, St. Louis
St Joseph, St. Louii.
llKPAf.TEl),
.JtfMner V I' Oraoey, Columbus
" Jim Fisk, Paducnli
" Arknnsni llelle, Kvaniviila
" (Quickstep, Kvansville
" Aleghany llcllr, Pittsburg
' Colorado, Vloklbitrg
" jJBl. Jooph, Memphis
I It n KIVEtia.
Tim Ohio contlnus tu duline slowly at
this point. Tho Mississippi is on a stand
with leant llvo foct water in tbo uliaonel,
llutluea Whs dull el Usual, The weather
was wuriu and pk'Munt ttirmighout the
day.
ITKMa I'V CARUO.
Thu Arknntus Hello brought nut l.lii
sacks coin and Ctoni eundtios for reihlp
inflnt south, nnd lf hhds. tobacco for tho
Cairo and Vllicumifs ruilroml Thu
Ljulukstep brought I.H8I stclis corn; IS
caskiofmeat; 11 b.-U ol flour, and 101
ompty brli for this port and the south
Tbo Thompson (Juan has a very good trip
nnd ill till out hern and bolow The
Altghenny iiollu nnd br.rgo havo 10,000
fnot of mahogony ; 60 brls rico; 330 brli
molaiits and 10j hogsheads of sugar for
thu Ohio river The St. Jrioph and
Colorado got but little freight hure.
OLEAMNUS FROM OUR KXCHAHQE-..
Tho St. Louii 'Olobo' of tbo 7th biyi:
lho itoamnr Commonwealth w yes
terdny transforrod to her new owner liy
the tnitcd States .Marshal. They nro as
follows: Captain Tom Shields, three
idghths; Owou 0 Ctoi, ono-elnhtli ; John
C Oxloy, one-slitli ; K'.woll it Marntta,
oiio-iixlli, and John C Aiken onu-sixtli.
Captain Tom Shields takes command, and
Mr. Owen O Cales goes as chief clerk.
Vith tlu-je tCicors and hr owners, if tho
Cjuunonv.-e.il tli dues nut provu n popular
nd proQtablo steamnr, then put us on
Mark Twain s "Aarmanth" and let her
blow up for tho first time, his hUtory to
tho contrary, notwithstanding Captain
Shields took possession of her last evening,
and will havo hor in running order within
a woek, newly iurnishttd ami supplied, and
will be a candldalo fir public favor about
this day week.
Meinpeis A ji.ivciic. Jan. .
Twonty-om. river steamers lei; Now
(rl.n lor various points lait Saturday,
the largest lit of dpartures for nearly
ten years. Of those, tho Kobort Mitchell
for tho Ohio, nnd tho City of Alton and
Wager for St. Louts, were all that will
comu this far up. Tho rcc-dots of cotton
by stnamorj on th previous ,dy wero ns
lollows : tif-amer U. I!. Clntrcli trotn inn
Ohio, 4S& bale; Frank 1'arRoud from
Greenville. -'iOOO b.Us and 077! sks so-'d;
taw bont Crescent Citv from St. Loui',
24'jO baits ; lluth from Camdon, C 15 bales ;
Natchez Irom icksliurg. 3540 bales nnd
'2731 iks seed; 0 II Durfeo from Kcd
river llQi bides ; Katw Kinner from
Memphis 670 bilei -, W V
Curt ii from Texas, 442 hales
W Slradur from llod river 'MS
talis; Lottawjnna from Camden, lfluti
hnle; Lalfelb) Irom It-d rivr oil bales
St. Marr from He-i river, 1109 bales
Kobort Mitchell from Louisville, 01 bales.
Wil.lilAM WI.NTKK
lias his mammoth Instrument shooting out
Imperial photograph for Christmas pro-cnts,
at tlie rate of one a minute. Persona desi
rous of having a handsomely painted picture
and purely a'rtlstlu In llnMi, should glvo
thslf orders In season. Photograph can be
taado on cloudy day oqual to thoso on sun
shining one at
THIS OAM.KKY
owing to tlio gigantic sky-light, which can
not he surpassed In ,
NKW YOKIC CITY.
Al-o ou hand a line u-sortmcut ol gold and
vvtdnut )rains. All are Invited tn call and
examine. Portraits In oil up lo life size and
aquarelles of tho hlghc.-t finish, for which
medals have been awardei'
(l.illery on hlxth street, between Com
morclai and Washington avenues, Cairo,
Illinois. I2 10tf
SoMKTiusa Nkw. t havo improved
and perfected a now process by winch tho
Ferrotypo i brought out equal to the best
Photographs, and morn durable. Copies
from paintings and engravings niado fully
oqual to tlie original in appoaranco, tbo
lights and shades brought out with ro
markftblu nnuearanee, soiha:t nothing
jurjia.ses the beauty and natural exprof-
sioti of tlia picture. And in fact any old
picture ai's copied by this process eo as to
look as well or hotter than tho original
picture. Those having old pictures or
ohoice paintings or ongravlngs for pres
ents, cannot do better than avail thorn
6lvcsof this remarkable improvement.
J. J. Tiiomah, Fhotograpbiir,
Cornor of IJighth street and Commercial
avonue. 1 2 -U I -tf
Tim bather ebon ii on tho corner of
Kichth etrcct and Commercial avenue
vrlioro .1. George Sttonhouio witU his gen
Unmanly nstietanti can bo found nt any
hour of tho day or night, ready to soolho
your feollngs with a smooth eliavo, or cool
your temper nnd head with u good sham
poo. It is a Orit-ciais mop, nnu you r.ro
mini of receiving ilrst-clau treatment.
Ladies' and children' hair cut or curled
after tho iuot approved styles, H-lS-tf
Pautiks having monthly magaxlnes and
othor periodicals to bind would do well to
send thorn lo .1. 0. Huleat tho Utn.i.r.TiN
ilindory, whj ii now doing such work at
grent bargalni. Our nicrohanW wanting
blank books for thu new year would do
well to cull and uxamlno bi price Hit,
which thoy will Unit at low as tho lowest
Uood work or no charge. HO.'Jw
It. JoxKfl, fashionable boot and shoo
maker. Cork loins, Scotch bottoms, and
tho latest Improvements In thu lino uf his
busineis. Only tbo bait ana most com
petent workmen eii'ployud, aud all woik
varr.intod to bo flrstclass In ovory respect.
Sluipon Commercial avpjvne, near corner
of Tenth strcot. 10-7
Fen iSalk Haw null on 1. 0 K. P..
Torrai oay. Addrcsi
I'J.iUw Ct T. Ik Vauuin, I'llin, 111.
SPKfUAL LOCAL NOTICRS.
ALL kinds of gsmo constantly on hand
nt Harry Walker's, Commercial avcimo
Ixstwooh Seventh and ICiijhth utrort.
1 1 7-1 in
l'ou oas and stoam lilting go to Km
nlo's Vulcan iron worke, Commercial
avonue, foot of Ninth elreet 0-10-tf
Koit Sai.k, ono small Herring iafn
cheap. Knqulru of N.LtNiox,
I -2-Gt. 01 Ohio Loveo.
Foil a good squaro ineal go to Harry
SVnlker's rotnurant, Commercial avenue
belwoon Suvtinth and Kighth street. Irn
Tun KtiropcMi hotel, Har.-y Walkor
proprlator, is oon at all hours of tho
night. II. 7-1 m
Tk.v pounds of brown mgar for il ; U
poiuiils best cotl'uo mgar at il i !lj t'Oll lids
of choice buttor at ?l ; HJ cents fur lard;
imperial tea at $1 , Potatoes .10 cunts per
peck j apples -U cents, at Wilcox's block.
4 '-'.tf.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
HO:i.
Ho ha on hand, and lor sale a large
quantity of oak and hickory wood, cut and
ipht, and ready for the stou-. Al-o all
hlnili of r.oal which ill he delivered In any
partof (ha citv mi short notice. Leave or-dcr-i
at coal yard, on Commercial aveuuo,
oppo-lte Klcvcuth sttcet. Dec itm
Noricr..
The annliil meeting of tlio stockholder
9f the First National Itank of Cairo for tho
.lection ol director, will he held at the of-
dee of raid bank In Cairo, on Turvl.iy, Jan-
jary 1.1, 1S7I, between thu hours of 10
o'clock a.in and 4. o'clock p.m.
Chad. CfXMSiiltAM, Ca-hler.
Caii:o, Ills, December 10. 187 1. td
I'dlt SALK.
The well-known buslnca !"tanil ot Cuitcad
l'rovo. at the mouth of Clearcrctk, Ales
andcr county, Illinois situated in one
the tlncit agricultural districts of tho
mid with a well-establbhed trader This will
tie found a rare opportunity for an eiirigetlc
'jit-lnc man.
The prcinl'es eon-Ut of a store 2U. 10 led
iidwcllln.r of elKlit rocui-. well ftuuMied
nid 1'onvcnlentl arranged, good citern
and all neccsiary oitt-biilldliiK. and one
acre I unit. Terms liberal. Apply or
Addres, Vm. ComAii,
l2-!l-lin- dAvv Cleesrrrce Land inn. UN.
HI
Hoot and shou maker, Twcn h street, be
tween Washington avenue and Poplar
meet, Is prepared to make boots aim shoes
In the latest and most l.i-liioiuililo stylos.
He wilt make them to order, old or nevv
st)lci to milt customers, out of the b:' and
trehest stock, of which ho always ;n.ts a
irotid supply on hand Irom which to make
selections. Ail Oltlng of hoots and shoes
made by Mr. Khlcrs Is done in ids own shop
no foreign tilting being used by htm.
Qlvo hitu a call, and ho will give ycu satis
faction. PAiiKNTS AT'J'KNTIOX I
Having a larger stock of Youths', Hoys
and Childrciis' Clothing on hand than is nec
essary for tho Cairo market and an idea ol
making th' our lat season n ch lldrcii
othlng, wo will sell our stock, (one of tho
llncstlntho statc),at Ni;w VottKCOfiTlortho
next thirty days. Parents wi.-htiig some tine
clothing at low llgurcs lor Holiday prc-ents,
can llnd them for Palo in tho above lot. This
is no advertising dodge, but wo intend to do
just what wo say: jjKt.i. tho xi.nhst stock
ot Youths', ltovs'nndCiiiLiutENs'Ci.oTii-
i.t. ever brought to the statu outside ot
CbleaL-o at N'KW YoitK COST.
I l-lllMIIM.il! .5- SI IV. I
No. 01, Ohio I.ovce, 2d door above l'lr-t
National ll.ink.
9t
TAXICS.
I will attend at tlio following times and
places In the several preelucln in tilts county
in conformity with law, for tlie piirposo
ot receiving the state and county taxes lor
tbo year lbiil, as lollows, to-wlt:
In Unity precinct, at the house ot William
lloideii, Jlomliiv .laiiiuiry lit, tbi4.
In Ilii.levvnod ) rcelnct, ut Dr. Jones' store,
Toledo, Tuesda),.laninry 20, 1671.
In Clear Creek precinct, at Marehlldon A
Cullev'a store, mouth of creek, Wednes
day, January 21, 1ST 1.
Ill 'Ihebes precinct, at J. (i, Itollwlng's
storo.Tliches, '1 hursday, January 22, 1871.
In Santa Fo precinct, at W. It. Anderson's
store, SmitaFo, Fiiday January 2.1, ls7l.
In oooeo Island precinct, at O. Urrenloy'
store, Uoom Inland, M.ittit'd.iy, January
21, 174.
In Dog Tooth precinct, at the house or N.
Huiisackei', Tuesday, January 27, 1871.
In South X'alro precinct, at tnu olllce of J.
(J. Jlarinnu, Cairo, Wfcdiie.d.i.v, Jaiiiiary
2d, 1871.
In Ninth Cairo precinct, at thu court house,
Cairo, Thursday, Jiinuary 2:, 1571.
Section No. lTii of the amended lcvcnuo
law of tills slato requires that levy by Urn
collector upon tho personal properly of Urn
tax payer ho mudo fur the iton-piivnieiit ol
personal taxes on or before tlio 10th day of
.March next. , .
Section No, 177. prov des that nil tues
upon ical cstnto iciualnlug unpaid nil thu
i)th day ol .March ncM, shall ho deemed
delinquent.
Tax pa era will bear In lililid those
changes, u the law will bo vlsoroiitly en
forced. lo sitto to '.bring vnur tlllu jiapers or
lu-t venrs tax receipts vvltli you, that uo or
rori'ln pay'ng tuxes may occur,
Ai.kx. II. llivt.v, Collector.
( AltlO, Ills Dec, ill, JS7a. iltw-ld
OBSTACLES TO MAURI AG 15
Happy retiur lor young mon irom tho of
fectsot errors mid nbiisi-s in varly life, .Man
hood restored. Impedimenta to nmrriago
removed. Now method of troatinriit. Now
ind remarkable remedies, ilool: and clr.
jularssent IVce, lu luuled envelopes. Ad
rlrcss, Howard AsociatIoii, No. 2 South
Ninth Urcot, Philadelphia, Pa. an Institu
tion having n high reputation for honorable
conduct and professional skill. W-20 d&wiln)
TIICSTEK'S SAI.i:,
WitKitr.ii Mathcw D. (luntcr b) his nlu
luottgago dated October 7, 1872, and re
corded in voltimo . of !-nlc mortg.igcs on
p:igo 111, In tho Kccordct's olllco'ef Alc.t
niulcr county, llllnoli, comoyedto tbo un
derfi!;linil tho following, to-wlti A lcae
liold estate lor tho term of live (."i, rarn, in
nnd lo lot sis (Hi, seven (7) and right (H), in
block thrcu (.tl in the llrot nildltioti lo tho
city of Cairo, Illinois, commencing March (,
lviil, under and by urtuo n certain Iciim
bearlLg date, March!), 1 ST 1 . executed by a.
S'aiits Taylor and Kdwln rnrfoii", trtistcct
of the Cntro City l'roperfy to l'ctor A. Co
limit, and by said I'ctcr A. Connut. with tho
written content of suhl Taylor nnd l'm-sont,
ii.gncil lo c.-ilil Jlalliew D. Hunter on the
'list of May, 1872, together with all tho lm
Iro rinciiiis thereon, belonging to thu 'aid
Hunter of every I; nd and nature soever, in
cliiilln mill iittire., engine, boilcis, burs
nnd other llxturus nppclUllilug nud Iii Ioiik
lug to tlio mill building thereon slftiuto; to
secure tho payment ot u eeitaln pi nini.sory
nolo In said mortgage s-pccltieil : Now un
der tho provMons ol said salo morlglj?e, de
tnult having been madu In tho pavincnt of
too unto therein mulioucd, the uiiilrslgnitl
will oll'er said property lor iialo at miction,
to tho hlghcot bidder, for c.ith.
at the court liouiip door, Cairo. lllluoN, nt2
o'clock p.m. on SATIjIIDA v Till; 2ITI1
DAY OK JANl'AKY, A, D. 1371.
Jlr.xnv I., H.w.r.iDAY.
Mortgagee nnd Tnutec,
(ireen A (iltbcrt, Attorncvs,
H-Ml-trul
TKl.SI'KI.S SAI.K.
Vhi:iii:as. -Malhow D. Ounter. bachelor,
by his s ilo motgai;p, dated Mareti l.'.tli. Is7l,
and treorded on page 07 of book .of deeds
in tlio llceordi-rV olllec of Alexander
county, lllluoi. i And, wherons Mathcw
D, Ounter and wife ly their sale mort
KiiKO dated .1 illy 7, 1871, and recorded on
puirc71 ot book . ol deeds in the I'ccordcr's
otllco of Alexander county, Illinois con
voyed to tho undersigned, tho lollowlni; de
scribed lot- and property, to-wlt : Lot thlr-
ty-nlnc f8!H in block thirtv-two (J121 and lot
twciity-ono 2lj In block clpiity-two S2i, all
tu the li r-1 addition to the citj of Cairo ilk:
Al.ii a leasehold elite lor t'uo icrm of ten
i 10 1 vcatv. in nnd to lots sixteen (lOi and
seventeen (17;, tu block sixteen (10) in thu
llrst nddltlon to the city ot Cairo, Illinois
coinliicneiug December .', U70, under anil
hv vlrtuo of a certain leap hearing date
li'cf eiulicr fi, isTO, executed Iir Y. C, and
II. C. Johns tlilstees lor Win. Martin,
to the said .MathowD.Ountur.togelherwIth
all and singular the buildings and improve
menu of every kind or nature soever
situate on said fots sixteen (III) and seven
teen (17) belonging to raid Ounter, to-wlt:
one dwelling house, one sloro .nut dwelling
house, ono mill building with mill lixtures,
eiurinc. boilers, burs and other lixtures an-
lie ofj pertaining aud belonging thereto, to scenic
Wpit T.the pavment of icrtain promissory notes in
.Ilil l.i, liiijl if.ii 7ii;i:iili:.i .lull,
tlic provisions ot tinthot tuld sale mortgages
default Having been m.ido in tlio payment
nt the notes In them mentioned, tho under
signed will niter said property for sale, at
miction, to the highest bidder, tor cash, at
the court Iioiisq door. Cairo, Illinois, nt2
o'clock p.m. on SATI'ltH AY. T1IK 2ITII
DAY OF JAM' AltY, A. D. 1871.
ilr.NT.v l.. llAi.r.tHAY.
Icttga-.'i'O and I'rustoa
. recti A (filbert, Attouuys.
10 l-'l-2i)d
l ottMisHKis ?ir.i: isa.-on.
N:u'li'oiTr:'"sT7j.Kr '
W1IOLESAJ.H AM) IIKTA1L.
LAitOUST VAMIRTV STOCK lit T11X IllTJ
OOODS SOLD VKKY OL03K.
J'iriliT III .Nttll ll- lilll Illl-fCt flKlI f'.DII
Kiorntl.t AyrriMS
OAIUO, ILLINOIS.
O. O. PATIKK
I'JC
T Kl! 0 U II
i;-iti.sv-OUR
ilERCHAKT
PL
-and
mi. s' misii i.r.vn:,
1-2D tf. OAIKO, UiLlNOL-
HALLIDAY BROTHERS
GENERAL AGENTS
FOKWAIU'iyo AtO' COMMLSS10H
ft k t 'If
DBALBRW W KLOUH ;
Oblll 1?IV3H A-1P K AN.A-lVU
7n Omn Lnvrt,
U.WUO. lLUKQls.
COFFKV, 1IAKH1SON& CO.,
(Siicvesuris to D. Uurd .v Snu.l
AKD
Commission .Merchants,
ri.sMiu.iiit.'.i.v am ha i.
No C.:i Ohio Lnv.h), OA I HO, I LI.S,
nhu (J. Hamuli. Cbas. Thrupp
JOHN Q. UAHMAN & CO.,
Ry7EI3.AXj 3USTi.TE3
AM)
OOLLKOTOKS
CONVJ'.YANOrJKt,
NOTAKIKS PUKLj
And Land Agent of thu t'linol. Cent j
Htnl llurliiii;to ti nud Ml.nouriltillroud com
punier,
('itsU )or, iiMilu Hi, nmt lhl t.mfs ,
OAim), l riHoi,
Dry Goods!
The Cheapest
IK
The City.
The large stock of elegant
dry goods with which Burger
filled his new store-room u
few weeks ago, have been
nearly all hold, the people
having been unable to resist
buying at the unprccedent
edly
thev
low prices l'or which
were offered. Burger
IS HOW
tilling their placos
with :t still finer and more
beautiful assortment of goods
absolutely the cheapest and
best stock in the city. Tho
finest cashmeres, satins, em
press clotliH, alapacas, mo
hairs, etc., etc., arc offered
at the very lowest prices.
Burger's shawls eclipse any
now fold in Cairo, both for
beauty and cheapness ; and
his furs, nubias, scarfs etc.,
nro also ciieaper than tlio
cheapest. He has a full line
of kid gloves in all colors,
kid gauntlets, and children's
woolen gloves in every style.
A large lot of merino under
wear for ladies and children
is being sold at fabulously
low prices, find a lai'gc lot
of table linen, napliins, tow
els, sheeting, muslins, etc.,
etc. In short, it anybody
wants anything, at any price,
in the line of dry goods, or
notions of any sort, ho or
sho will bo certein to find it
itt Burger's and just as cer
tain to bo suited in price as
well its kind or quality.
HA1KM
tC;JTKRllRl3R SAVINGS
Vr..i n Ustfli ki,
OVMUK OF
CITY NATIONAL iiANK, OAIKO
orriczRu :
A. Ii. BAKKOKD, lTosldeot;
S. H. TAYLOK, Vlce-Ieslilti.' ,
II. HYSI.OP, -JeorotaTy sm 'irn&Mir-r
mii.'y
I". SI. llAUOt., 111 ttll.ll.MIUt,
t'. 11. Bi,oi.Trf, f .. i.t,.K'itm,
H. )l. tk'H.SlSKilAM, 11. 1', lliUllllI,
J. 11. ruiLLIM.
Ilrji'jBlt ot uuy Annual ttcceivodlrsini
Ten va tm UpvrnrcSe.
iNTJCRKST irniil on drpiieit sllti rsloot.il
per neat, per ruduid, Moh lit tail Hsptenw
tar 111, Islrfit not iritbdrawc U a.lilsj imra
ilUtel lo the prinolpal of in 1m1U, skersti'
Klnea tlirni compound Intercut.
UAURtxn WOUXN ADD OHILDM1H MAY
DE1-09IT UOKJIT
0 f HIT 110 III III OA UBAW IT.
Oi.ea nii.ri husico.K dt from Sa.tn. to S i-ia
gnu nAiuruar ut-.ok lor OAViiiii
or tor HAVINO DEPdont
oal, vrom e to s o eloec
W.' JITBLOP. Trunrr.
THE CITY NATIONAL
KI M lf 'KI.
il.t k Hs,
OAI'ITAL.
I M.1.S.4IIIS-
11(10.000
'IVSll'SnSI
W. I-. Il LUIIIAlr. fwitdrM;
HttMRT It. HAbl.IHl Y, Vit-fftsJiii
A. . GAVFORl), 0Uir :
WAl.TUrt HTrlLOl', .ji,i-Un iWitar
tlM lllBt
t(TA ITS 'l'lll. , ll inui H. OlifialWitiia.
llssnt I.. IIiixini, W. i. H.n.:r.i,
Hm. U. Wii.uirih), Hrersa JSi
l. It. flArroan.
tc-i'Sinwsi, oln nnn I'Mltt-vl nlr
llouile Msiiiahl isattl Siol.l.
DliPOellTh rwslvt, nd
NATIONAL
BANK
it. W. .MIL1.KU, President.
J, M, I'm Lira. Vlce-Preldni.
CllAH. CCNNINUIIAM, Ciuhllr.
aof.LBOTio.Ns pwomitly wadk.
i,i -i.r., u-Jiij,
b HUttiio'--''ii lojsht ad soli,
EOll
l I
lAttk aulas add UsIU-l
Srils-iroi.1 Allow
its
lime Hiaalla
uns'r KTossssaj.
HAM WILSON,
i alt ii
boat acroRaa
aa a va -.
.iaoili;stXi
o
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