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TiUS CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, JANUARY 9, 1874.
I.UCALWEATHKR REPORT. ,
OK8HVK,Ol'lfICK, CaIIIU, III., I
January 1, 10:11 J..UI,, ls.4. I
Tbeimouieter, 41 degrees.
Wind telithr.VelocllT.i ulUi petbmr.
Maximum Uluptraldie lot ait 'J hour.,
Minimum Uinueratui lor the Iatt24 ti'Jlirn,
Prevailing wind for list 24 hours, south.
ToUl mimW of mills traveled hy wind
during lwt24 hours, 111.
Observer .Slmial Service, I1. A.
. E W ADVERTISKM KNTS
i l'. N DING l'.OOM AT A I'll I .M M ' M '
Til K qUICX 01 TllK AlIlIMlAN STAUK,
tfANKY B. PRICE.
Who HtntiU without a rival in her tr.-:it
(.tmrautcrol MAIllKlu the bcaiilltlil Iji
of PEAIll. 01' SAVOY.
FP.IDAY EVENING, JAN., 'J, l7f.
Will lie presented Tor tlie Xirst ami only
lime In llili city, tlif bcalitllul lle act
PEARL OF SAVOi',
Or. n Molln'rV I'rajrr!
Supporttd by the Entiro Com jmtijr.
.MAUI E Mill Fanny II. Pricu.
The Keveiiiiii;' Entertainment ti con
clude vtilh the larce of
MY NEIGHBOR'S WIFE !
Mk. Timothy IIiiowk ... Mr. E. Hurry.
Parquotte , cts.
Family Circle no t't.
Reserved Seals In Futility circle..."! Cts.
Huxoi H 00
Uesorvod Seat curt be procured at I).
lUrtuihii'i, without Kxtua Ciixnue.
Door open at 7 o'clock J Commencing i.t
K. .MAXWKLL & CO..
Manufacturer, and D.aieis In
MACHINE & BURNIG OILS
Alo Agents for the
.No. 710, North AiUmi .street,
St. l.otm, Mo.
LOOK OUT. FOR .FUN.
GILVND. k '
MASQUERADE J J ALL.
To be given by tlie
AT WASIUKOTON HALL,
MONDAY, JANUAI'.Y U'tb, H7J.
tiukuti onk noi.L.wi.
lioh ticket entitles tlie bolder to a
chalice in Hid rafllc for a $30
(SOI.U HEADED CANE.
't ickets for xalo at Paul U. 'Schuh's. E. A
W.Huiler's, SI. .1. McGauley's and .1. Hur
Wit. I.uuw 10,
.'1-3 2w Com. of Arrangements,
II Y TUB
CAIRO CITY GAS CO.
2O00 l.n.liols of
Delivered in any part of tlie oity,
Twenty-live bushel for TWO DOLL Alts',
w l-O-liu II. T. Okkuuld, Supt.
HAMUNL J. WI113KLKK,
ATTORNEY k CIIUNSELOR AT LAW
Otnce over Klrst Natloual hank. 3-lMm
WILLIAM J. ALLEN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OlUcuover KlnitNatloutl bank. U-lU-Sm
.loliii II. Mulltey.
MIJLKKY & SON,
ATTORN KYS AT LAW
Oitluc: tcii;)itti btroot, betweon Couiiuer
-lint ami wanlilliu'tou aviituio.
UOUNaKLOHS AT LAW,
WillwnM. Otlb.il, I OWBO, IM,loie.
MTSptainl tttaution glfflO la AJuliMly aJ
UrflOM-JHIOLVllimiOOMtl 7 1UU H iiVMtt
r HE: BULLETIN.
.CAittO LOCAL NEWS.
'I'loro worn ovur lofty atrivultiit tho
St. Charlci hotol ycilcrdfiy.
-City icrlo it iMlim: t 00 t.ttit
Thorn ii lotne lor ule at tlm Dui.LiriK
rittj-llireu tmriotM rumu dov.'n to.
Cairo lal ni(.;h"t by tbo upecial train to at
tend the theatre.
Mr. J. S. DrciVil, h tloiktrftd'ir of
Nmhville, lllinolf, w at thti iit. Chavln
',V aro toon to havu fc now dry yjoii
Uure In Calro-or,rttiQr, an old dry j;ood
toru turned ovur to nuw liaudf. Kamo
.Mr. J. Mann, Altant tupar!nlendunt.
and .Mr. .lai. Hall, rnytiiafUr, of tho All,.
ilitippl Central rallroud, wro In tbo city
-Mr. (Jeorj;?) DjK"" 'f lllivar, Tn-
nliiilu, wai hi tbo city yctutdny, vltltiti
IiTa brolbur Captain J rvin Dikn, of the
Ueainer T. V. Kckert.
Mr. I). Hanchutt, innt;er nf tho
Fanny i'rico cotnbln&lioti, wo reiiret to
learn, bai been for cover! duy coii lined
to hi- room by ticknou.
-bo far during the prttcnl term of the
circuit court, ixtiuti prinotiott Iikvo btcti
Hontvnccd, lb run or four to tliu reform
icbool und thts rett lo tliu penltctitiary.
Mm. 1. A. Taylor, county superin
tendent of ichoolr, stutUd yottorday on
her lint vitit to tho echooli In the country
portloni of tho county, Sho wui accotr.
panitd by Mr. .1. li. .Met calf.
-Jailor McCarthy Lm buen working
tha JU gang to yood advaut;a in dlgine;
(,'UtteM alonj; tho oiitur odie of tlio idi-
walki on Vathini;ten avenue lietwecti
betweon Twelfth and Thirlaeuth itr.eti.
Martin Lcnert, had no monry, but ho
managed to )yet whiiky enough to
d JrunV, and wm urrett-J. l'olico
Mnjiitratti Ilird taxod hi in otm dollar
and co.U, but being unble to pay ho
wai tent to the calaboie for three dayi.
Married, on Tuctday evening, Janu
ary 'Hh, 1H7I, it tha rceidenco of Mm. H
E. Ilrown, in Tbebn, Aletimler county,
by tho Kev. Charlci Uilbert.of tho Church
of tho Kedeetner, Cairo, Dr. .f. !) i'orter-
Held of Commerce, Miuouri, to Miit Fan
nio V. Cullum, of Thobe.. May Along
and happy life be tliein.
Among tbu arrival i.t tho St Chariot
hotel yutlerday wcro the following : Max
Pracht, r?t Louis j T.J Oakei, Cincinnati'
.III Aihcroft, Fiducah; H 0 llabcock,
Evaniviilv; C II Alcottand wife, St Louit;
I M llollim, Chicago; G Htigbard, "Watr
Valley, Miul'ilppl: O I Siddetu, Ult-g-
hatupton, New York.
At the mee-tini: o! thu (Jencra! At-
autubly at .Spring .leld oa TueiJay, amonz
the absented vto noto the uamct of "our
metnberi," Jlenrf. Iimcuro and Oberly.
Mr. Oburly t aliienou cu bo tc ountnd
for. He wai in altondan'jo at the moot
ing of the diroc'.on of tho Cairo and St-
Loui railroad, which mn'. Kt ii:. Louii
on the amo (' that the lelilarure con-
Tua lule ol furniture announced for
yeitorday tnornln? at Mr. L. II. Myeri'
auction room, w&i ult a mutako. Tho no
ttco wai handed to an attache of thi of
flco on In't Friday evening with initruc-
tiom to have It puldiihoi In Stturdar
morning paper. Tho young villain car
riod it in Ills pockot until "Wodneiday
evening, when bo handed it to ye local,
telling him to bi ' turo and publiih it in
the morning." Wo did to.
During thj performance of tliu after
piece at the Athincun, lilt ivoning,
young msn named Donnii Callahan, act
ing tomponirily iu tho capacity of property-man,
camo out on the ttago to re
move a table, when some of the imall
boys in the audlenco yelled, 'oupe,'
"ou)e," at h fin, at which tliooun(; vil
lain picked up a tumblor and tliroo it in
among them with ouch force ai to break
it Into ti thouiatid plccci. it U but jus
tice to the theatrical company to state that
Callahan I. not, nor never vu until lut
night connected with Ilium, and al'tur
committing thii outrageous act was imme-
liataly ''persuaded" to Uavo tho house.
In tho circuit court yoslorduy the fol
lowing permits were sentenced to tho pen
itentiary ; .James Green, larceny, eigh
teen monthe j Joseph .Selpli, horo iteul-
in?, threo lyears ; David Guinea, larceny,
two yean; Henry Jonci, two years and
six uicnths ; Vi'm. Diviiun, assault to
commit murder, one year. A deaf and
dumb Frenchman, limited on a charge
of larceny, was tried, convicted and sen-
tenccdjto onu year's imprisonment in the
penitentiary. Uo could not tell his natno,
and as no onu could bo found who under
stood tho French denf and dumb alpha
bet, ills namo could nut be uicertalnod.
Emanuel Vontor, lurcony, was sentenced
to two years at tho reform school ; Jo;k
Owonr, for an assault to do bodily Injury,
was tried and thojury returned a verdict
of guilty, und jlxud his punishment at
confinement iu tliu county jail. Sentence
deferred, Edward Craig, for thu theft of
a keg of beer, was sentenced to servo
twenty days in tho county Jl'.
Lust night, tho twelfth of Miss
Price's engagement iu thla city, tho Atlie
uoum was crowded to wituu's the play of
" Leah, the Forsakon Jewel,'' as render
ed by,this lady, Seldom has It been our lot
to wltiKsi u play bo full of intoroit as
this. MUr 1'rico'e reudltlou ot the lead
ing character is truly lino, and entitles
her to high rank in tho galaxy ot dram
atic artists, iler tine it acting was iu tlie
scene wliero she hreaths forth
curse after curso upon the hoad of her
faithless lover, Herman, and hliraeo, call
ing down all the vengcaueo of nit the
goda at once to bring him to a sense of
tho great wrong ho hat dpno hor. In this
iceno ihe roto high iu tho soalii of groat
acting, anil reiiolvod the merited itpproba
tloti of the Judicious in tho audience. .Mr.
Moldrutu, as Herman, wai H tl'M that
ilmrncter dutiiahdul, and was
hcattily applaudet by the audience,
Mils Julia Hanceett in tho character of
Marie won tho approbation of tho audi
ence, to which sho was richly enlltlod.
In tho farce Jumbo .linn Mr. Edward
Harry msdo hit llrst apptarauca In this
city. In hli llr.e, Mr llitry It a suecesi,
And wo must nut neglect to say a good
word for It'u fprighlly little Miss Annie
Jamjion) As Adel.tidu sho was par ux
rollrnco; and If sho could have
been induced to run away with Henry
Mcrvtlle, wo assure her Titr. Dui.i.ktik
would not have mentioned It. To-night
will bo presented for the tint and only time
in this city tho beautiful tiro act drama
entitled l'earl of Savoy, or a Mother'i
l'rayor, In which Mm lfco will appear
as .Mario. Wo bespeak for the troupe a
I'nwK ('vkkkst Orricx, l
Thunday Eve., Jan. 3, lb7l.
lteceipti of grain have been generally
on tho light order tinco our Inst report,
but we hear very little complaint or
scarcity and bjliove with tha cxsoptlon of
whlto corn, that thu mpply hai boon eijual
to the demand,
Hay il udtug on the market and hard to
work oir at any price buyers aro unwill
ing to go above ti " i lor the cholceit
gra-Jo and warehouses are full.
Tltcro was considerable inquiry for
whito corn for milling purposes, to-day,
and not much ollering; mixed is quiet
and dull. Oats diplajcd considerable
animation to-day. Speculators were anx
ious to buv at 50c for choice Northern in
seeks and lie in bulk, and tho markc?
olofol Ur'ii at these price n advanco of
le over last week and they wilt probably
go a shado higher to-morrow. Kecoipts
aro short. Southern Illinois are held ti
cent lower than northern.
Flour i unchanged. There
Is a fair order trade doing now, with good
proipecti ahead. A heavy order trade In
hay, grain and flour, from tho South, is
anticipated for the balanco of the season.
Corn meal Is plenty and very dull. 1 he
choicest grade sell slow at 'J 10.
Tho weather is mild, ploasanl and
spring-lllio more of .May than January
an J very fa arable for out-door buiine-i,
but bard on the game, poultry, fggs and
Tho river to St. Luuii ii reported low
and in bad condition, but there ii an abun-
danco of water for the largest boats in the
Ohio und to Now Orleans.
Our cotton trado is growing slowly, und
we believe it will soon !) of rnagnillceut
proportion, l'rlces aro fully up to other
uiarkeU,--and the C.tito, Arkansas and
Toxas railroad has brought us In direct
communication with a great cotton grow
ing region whole pcoplo Qnd that the odds
aro much In tavor of Cairo, and every in
coming train bringit itl quota of cotton to
be exchaugod for cash and plantation sup
plies on better terms than are allbrded at
any other market.
tSy-Correspomlonts should tear in mind
that our quotation! represent prices for
round lots from lint hinds, unless other
wiio Mated, and that la tilling small or
ders higher prlcei must be pald.iuVi
TIIK MARK KT,
l-'LOL'll Unchanged. Tho market is
a little quiet, thu order trade having not
yet fulrly tot in. Transactions aro lim
ited to 2:300 bbls as follows : 100 bbli
XXX wintor 7 25; 300 bbli do do 7 00;
200 bbls X winter C 75 ; COO bbls various
grades 5 CO'.) 2a ; 300 bbls various
grades C 0007 50; 300 bbls various
grados 0 50(2,8 75; SOU bbls various
grade C f07 00 ; '.'00 bbls various
grade! 000(8 00.
HAY-jDull and plenty. Tho markot
it ovor-stocked and vory lew orders com
ing In. Thu choicest grades, aro not
wanted at higher than 15 00, AVe note
sales of 2 can choice mixed, del, 10 00 ;
J cars prima mixed, del 1.1 00; 5 cars
mixed and timothy, del 14 00016 00 ; 1
car choico pVairie, del 11 00; 1 car choice
timothy, del 10 00 ; 1 car 'gilt odge," del,
CO UK Unchanged. Whitu is scarco
and In fair demand. Ileroipta of both
white and mixed is very light. Sales em
brace 7 cars mixed In heavy sacks del
o'.'c; o carl white in bullc on track 55c; 'i
cars white in aoks del 03(S)tfJc and
35,000 bushels hull; corn sold on p. t.
OATS Active and linn. Kecoipts are
taken en arrival and tho tendancy in
prices Is upward. Speculator! took all
tho choico northern mixed to-day at
50c, that was otlered. Sales umhraco 22
cars and '.',000 sacks us follows : 2,000
sacks sold at 5t(o,jlo dtd, 5 cars whito
sacked tmd del 51V.'c; 1- cars choice
northern, mixed, Hacked and del 50c; 1
car black sackod and del 5'Jc; !5 chM
Southern Illinois in bulk 43c.
COl'.N MEAL Heavy and dull, no
life in tho market. Sale aro hard to
inakoat 2 00 a decline of 10 on tho bbl.
"Wo noto sales of 1103 bbls. at 2 00 dol.
IlltAM. Dull ; quoted at 15 00 por
llUTTKll. Unchanged ; we note tales
of 11 firkins strictly choico at i!Se; 10
boxes choico roll at 20021c ; 10 pkgs do,
2026c ; 1,000 pounds do 20c ; 0 boxes
common 15c; 10 pkgs choice roll 20(a)'-2c.
EGGS, IMenty and dull ; 20o Is the
outside llguro ; sales nro limited to 1.B00
dozen In pkgs, shippers' count, 20c.
CHICKENS. Livo aru not wanted'
dressed II nil it fair demand at 2 00:! 00
per do.en oecording to quality und condi
tion ; vales woro 3 coops and 25 doon live
ut 2 002 75; 70 doxon good droned at
2 50(3 00.
TUH1CEYS. Demand moderato and
supply light sales 500 lbs choico dressed
at 1012c ; U00 lbs do at te.
A1TLES Unchangod, 100 bbls sold
as In quality at U 0001 50.
GAME The weather is too changeblo
to make this branch of the market one of
protlt. A few dozen quails havo been
sold at I 00 nnd rabbits 75c per dozen.
KKOUT 10 bbls sold at 10 00.
VEOETAIJLES-Vory llttlo doing, 89
bill choice Indiana peach blow potatoes
sold at 3 00, and CO buiholi of turnipi
brought 40o per bushel,
DltlED FKUIT-Odo lot of oeachei
sold to-day at 0c, and applet at 7 jc per
TEAS Imnprial n.i.l (!ntirvL..Ir rr.n
fl 25; Oolong 76c0H; YourigJIyson
CIIKKSE Cream l4o: New VnrV r...
LIME 1 2501 50 Vbbl.
UUJIKHT i 00(412 00 l bbl.
COAL 01L-228 V gal.
GUNNIES Ke-sowed ! bushels 1
3 busheU 20e.
BYKUPS-Cbolco COc0$l per gallon;
N'ow Orloani 750BOe.
FLASTEHING HAI U 2V ,
IUJKLAl'H-2 bushels corn, 0 oz
lfila: do 10 or. lt'.c. : 4 busheli nati '.'o,. s
bushels 2tn ; 0 lushols 22c.
HKKSwAA ft lb 30c.
SOAP Shaoffer'i Gorman mottled. 71c.
Chant oaten soap, 7lc.
COFFEE Java 3003'Je; Laguayra
2 tril3.";; Eio prlrno to choice 2402(c.
FUEIG HT Cotton, compreosed to
New York, 8Sc! to Uoston, SI. Uncom.
pressed, to New lurk, It 14; to Uoston
To Now Orleans and A itksburg:
1'rttAinA. finnl... i.M Ir. . itAiln.l
, -1 " ? , -
frolt'hts 150 cwt; hay $5 per ton"; Fork
l-.-.l ,.1.1. n . S I. ii 't' ?
f"u i'. uu,, iuubuu -pt, uihvua t. iu nielli-
phis, Hour, etc., 2 jc por bbl; pound freight
t'JJocwt; hay $4 per ton.
Second-band clothing, ivatchis, jewelry,
llstoll, Ac, bought and sold. Opposite
Cairo and Ylncennes railroad depot.
20-7-tf M. Coyne,
SALE OF UNCLAIMED UAGOAGE
I will oiler for nalo at D. Hartraan's
auction room, 105 Commercial avenue, on
January 10th, at 10 o'clock n. in., all
unclaimed baggage left with mo at tho
Southernjiotel. M, Allks.
Two Batteries of two Hollers, each 24
feet long, -2 Inch Dram, 2 14 Inch Flues
with lire fronts. Mud and Steam drums
Safety and Mud valves, Chimney and
Britchin, all complete and in Hrst-clan
order,'; been used only three months. For
price, etc., inquire ol J. T. Kknnik,
0-23-tf. Vulcan Iron Works.
I will sell my houto and lot on Commer
cial avenue above Fourth street (lot 3
block 15) at a bargain. Tho house con
tains nine largo rooms, Including a largo
bar-room. To any one .wishing to pur
chase I will sell on good terms and easy
payments, Wvt. McCobmick.
30 dA-w lm9
My cottage and lot between Ninth and
Tetith on Walnut' Struot. This is one of
thu finest cottages in the city, containing
four good rooms and verandah in front of
house ; also, good cistern and out-door
building'-. The above cottage will be
sold for cah only, but at a good bargain
Inn.ulre of " 1'. U. Si.Uf,
20-VI-C'. 102 Commercial avenue.
All-wool country knit socks at 20 cents
a pair. Also, a tine ed room sett, loclud
Ing a lino spring inittreis, and many
other article, at panic prices. Kerne rube
auction sale of furniture every Saturday
morning at 10 o'clock, and dry goods.
boots, tiovt, etc., every Saturday evening
at 7 o'clock. LOUIS II. MYEitS.
On beventh street, Cairo, Illinois, ono
of tho most beautiful homesteads in tho
city,; consisting of two lots handsomely
enclosed, set with Mowers, overgreons
shrubbery, &C, Ac ; a well built and neatly,
funished cottage containing seven rooms
cellar, cistern, wood home, wash huusu,
bath houie'and coal house, with gal's and
overy convenience. Apply to
Joit.v (J. Harmon & Co.,
Heal Estato Agents,
January, 1874 , 8-3-lm
THE ST. OHAIILES HOTEL.
Tho undorsignei having rosumed the
management of tho ahovo hotel, trust by
strict attention to business, to tho wants
and comforts of their guests, to merit the
renowed favor of their old patrons and tha
traveling public in goneruo,
Tho Saint Charles will at onco undergo
a thorough renovation, and bo much im
proved in all its appointments.
Good samplo roonn and special rate-1 for
All baggngo for guests coureyod to and
from thi hotel free of chari.
jKwerr Wilcox t Co., l'roprictori,
Somktuinu Nuw. 1 havo improved
nnd pcrfectoo;a now process by which tho
Forrolypo is brought out equal to tho best
Photographs, nnd more durable. Copica
from paintings and engravings mado fully
equal to the original in appearance, the
lights and shades brought out with ro
mat'kablo ituuearaucr. so that nothing
surpaseos the beauty and natural expres
sion of the picture And in fact any old
picturcs'are copied by this process so as to
look as well or better than tho original
picture. Those Imviug old pictures or
ohoice paintings or engravings for'proi
U'ts, cannot do bettor than trail thorn
te.ves of this renarkablo improvement.
J. J. TuoMAf, Photographer,
Corner of Klghth street and Commercial
At Cost. Haylug taken exclusive pos
session of my store, to close it out, I of
fer my onllro atock at wholesale prices
at wholesale or retail; consisting In part
of a largo variety ot canned fruits, spices,
baking powders, sardines, lobsters, toas
and ovory article usually kept In a first
class family grocery, Alio wooden and
willow ware; n largo assortment of lad
dins and harnoss, bits, bridles, snaps,
bruihoi, whip;, etc, utu. Tonus itriutly
cut Ii. All persons indubtod to mo uro re
quested to call and nettle their accounts.
4w 1). Aktkk.
It. JoNLn, lashioijabie boot and shoo
maker, Cork solos, Scotch bottoms, and
the latest Improvement! Iu the line of his
buslnctie, Only tbo best anu most com
potunt wcrkmon employed, and all work
warranted to bo flritolau iu every respect.
Shop on Commercial avenue, near corner
of Toth street. 10-7
and dr ptrtures (or the 21 hours ending at C
p. m. last cveuiuu:
Steamer F P Gracoy, Columlui
Jim Flsk, Faducah
" Idlewlld, EvACiville
" City of Alton, New Orloani
" W J Lewis, Momphii
" Joe Kinnoy, Vlcksburg
" Laura L Davis, St Louis
" S J Halo, New Orleans
Thoi Shirlock, New Orleani
" City of qulncy, St Louis
" OcUula, Hound City
" Atlantic, SI Louii
Steamer F P Gracey, Columbui
" Jim Fisk, Faducah
" Idlewlld, Evansvllle
" City of Alton, St. Louis
" Laura Davis, Nashville
" Joo Kinnoy, St. Louis
" W J Lowli, St. Louii
" Thompson Daan, New Orleans
" S J Halo, Cincinnati
Thos Sherlock, Cincinnati
" City of (Julncy, Now Orleans
Towbo.it Atlantic, St. Louis.
Tho Ohio roso two Inches in the'-'t houn
ending at six o'clock last evening. Tha
Misiissippi is roported stationary at St.
Louis, with live feet wator to this port.
liusiness was very dull In river circlet.
The woather continues warm aid pleasant.
Yesterday reminded ono more of May than
Tho Atlantic brought barge of freight
and tho Schooner Or a for tho Floroda
The "W. J.Lewis has 42.". bales cctton
for St. Louis.
The Sam .1. Hale brought 10,000 foot
lumbor for S Walters, Cairo, and has 105
hhdi. sugar, 115 bblt. molasses, 100 bds
shingles, 100 sundries, for Ohio river.
Tho Laura Davis passed to Kashvillt
drawing 4$ foel with a very good trip.
The Doan added coarly 200 tons here.
Tho City of Quincy arrived with 1000
tons, towing a baige, whic'i sho uuloaded
here, and made some light additions.
The Octavia goes to White river, where
be will uie her icoopi tome placet to
dredge out tho channel, and at others cut
down overhanging timber. Jim Totlan
pilot! her to Memphis.
The Idlewlld brought 10 stoves, 2( bbli
beading, 100 bbli flour and 50 bbli
Tbu City of Alton brought for Chicago,
via Illinois Central railroad, 140 hog-
heads cocoa nuts; 81 brli molaiies; 3
hoghc&Js sugar; for Minneapolis Go brli
molasses; for Dubuque 20 hoghoadl a
gar, and sho has SO boghead sugar; 28
brlt roolaitei; 1C0 brl rice; 22 brli pe
cant, and 47 bales of moss for St. Louis
SPECIAL LOCAL NOTICES.
All kinds of gam constantly on hand
at Harry "Walker's, Commercial avenuo
between Seventh and Eighth elreots.
Fob oa and steam Biting go to Ken
nie'i Vulcan iron works, Commercial
avonue, foot of Ninth street 9-10-tf
Fort Sals. Saw null on 1. C. K. K
Terms easy. Address
12.di.w-6t T. 11. Fariijcm, Uilio, Hi.
Fort Salk, ono
choap. Enquire of
small Horring info
01 Ohio Levee.
Foil a good squaro meal go to Harry
Walker' restaurant, Commercial avonue
bolwoon Seventh and Eighth street. Ira
Tuk European hotel, Harry "Walker
proprietor, is open at all hours 'of the
Tr.N pounds of brown sugar for t-1 ; 8
pounds best coll'oo sugar at fl ; I pounds
of cholee bultor at $1 ; 0 cont for lard;
imperial tea at SI ; Potatoes 30 cont por
peck; apples -IJ oonts, at WileoVs block.
Notice is hereby glvon that I wlU pay
no bills for good sold to any of the em
ployes of Trite Cairo JIullkti.v, either
or thomselvei or for tho ueo of tbo oflloo
unlese tho same nro furnished on an order
lignod by Mr. Durnett cr roytelf.
12-20-ly John H. Oiikiilt,
Tnr. barber shop is on tho corner of
Eighth etroet and Commercial avenuo
whore J. George Stionhouio with his gen
tlemanly assistants can be found nt any
hour of tho day or night, reidv to lootho
your fuellngi with a smooth ehnvo, or cool
your temper and head with a good kham
poo. It is n Srit-clats (hop, and you aro
sure of roceivlng. lirit-clasi treatment.
Ladies' and childron'i hair cut or curled
after the most approved styles. 6-15-tf
Extract Fuom Tiik Pod. Dr. Price'
Vanilla Flavor is extracted from the V11I
nlllft pod, obtained from Vera Oru and
Oaxaca, Mexico. Thii popular tlavor at
made by Dr. Prico ombodies all of tho
delicate aroma of this agreeable fruit and
is free from thu itroug, rank taste of those
extracts in tho market sold as Vanilla,
which aro mado from tho cheap Toiiqua or
Snutl' liuan. If somotbing pure and nice
is wanted to tlavor cakes, plei or puddings,
got Dr. I'rico' Sjioclal Flavorings, which
are equal to his noted (-'ream iUking
D11. J. W. ifiiiGMAN treats all dlstato
that prevail in thin olimalo, hut ho will
give special attention to disoasci of tho
'"bronchial tubes, lung and their tits
sues." Jlronchitls, bronchial and tubercu
lar consumption and pulmonary apoplexy
treated by inbulaiiou of nebulized llulds.
medicated airs, gates, vapors and powderfi
Consumptives, although your diseaio
stands at the lie ad of all diieaiet, both in
ptovalence and fatality, there ii hope for
you yet, Cheur u j. Otllce hour from 10
a. m, until !1 p. m.
J, W. JJuiuium, M. J),
OlUce and residence, Twelfth street
botwoen "NValnul and Cellar, Cairo, 111
P.O. box DIM. 31-dJtwu
lloss bason hand, and for late large
quantity of oak and hickory wood, cut and
split, and ready for tho ttove. Also all
kind of coal whloh will be delivered In auy
part of the city on'short notice. Leave or
ders at coal yard, on Commercial, avonue,'
oppostto Eleventh street. Dec. Mm
The. annual 1110141118 of the" stockholders
of the First Nation! llank of Cairo for the
election of director!!, will bo held at tho of
rice of said bank In Cairo, on Tuesday, Jan
uary 13, 1S74, betweon the noun ot 10
D'clock a.m and 4. o'clock p.m.
ClUfl. CU.NMNUII AM, Cashier.
' C.uno, Ills;, December 10, 1878. td
The well-known bulnosi stand of C'uite&d
l'rovo, at the mouth, of Clearer eelt, Alex
MidtKcocnly, Illinois, situated In one of
Ifio tl n oil agricultural dtsfrlctso'f the Wert,
and with a well-established trade. This will
be found a roro opportunity for au energetic
The premlMR con-lit of store 20X40 fett
a dwelling of eight rooms, well furnlfhed
and conveniently arrauged, good clstcrni
nnd all necesiary out-bulldlngs, and one
acre of land. Term liberal. Apply or
iddrtus, Wm. Custxad, k
12-'.i-lin-ilAw. Cleearrree Landing, Ills.
Hoot and hou tusker, Twen h ftreot, bo
tweeu Washington acnuo and Poplar
street, Is prepared to make boots nnu shoei
In the lalei-t and most i.titiiombl stvle.i.
He will make them to order, old or new
styles to suit customers, out of the hit and
frcheat slock, of which ho ohviiyB '.tiaia
good upply on hand from which to make
selection. All fitting of boots and thoea
made by Mr. ttbleri I. done In hla own shop
'bo foreign, llttlng being .UitM by him.
Qlvo him a call, and he will givo you satis
has hi mammoth Instrument shooting out
Imperial photographs forChriatm.u presents,
at the rato of ono a minute. Persona desi
rous of ha ing a handsomely painted picture
and purely artUtle In UnUh, should give
their orders in caon. Photographt can he
nude on clomly dayi equal to thoie on un
shining ones at
owing to the gigantic shy-lisht, wbleh can
not he surpassed iu
NEW YOHK CITY.
Alo 011 hand aline assortment ot gold and
walnut frame. All arc Invited to call and
examine. Portrait! iu oil up to life Mie and
aquarelle of the highest llnMi, for which
medalu have been awardei'
Gallery 011 Sixth stroct, between Com
nicrcl.il and Washington avenues, Cairo,
llllnoK 12.10 tf
I will attend at tho following times and
n'.acea Iu thu icveralpreelncta In this county
in conformity with law, for tho purpose
ol receiving the ftater and county lu:;etlor
tho year 1373, m lollows, to-wlt:
m unity precinct, at tuo house 01 Wl'.Ham
Ilnldcn. Mondav .January 10. 1874.
In Hezlcwood precinct, at Dr. .Touch' store,
Toledo, Tucfday, January 20, 1&74.
In Clear Creek precinct, ut M.irchildon A
muiey store, nioiuii 01 crecK, wcunek
day, January 21. 1S74.
In 'Ihcbes urcclnct. at J. G. Uollwlnc'i.
ttorcThcbci. ThurHduy, .lanuan' 22. 1874.
In Santa Fo precinct, ut W. 11. Anderson'
store, Snta Fc, Friday Januaty 'il, 1874.
In aoosc Island lirccfisct', at O. Orconloy's
ciore. uooc inanu, saiuruay, January
In Dog Tooth precinct, at tho houso of N
uuukacuer, iiicsuay, .lamiary 1-7. IMT1.
In South Cairo prcdnct, at tuo ofllec ol
(J. Hanuau, Cairo, Wcdiictthiy, January
In North Cairo precinct, at the court house
luiro, miirkuay, January X), van.
Section No. 151 of tho amended revenue
law of thi state reqillroi that levy by the
collector upon the pcrnoii.il property of Uie
tax payer bo limdo for tho non-payment ol
personal take on or before the 10th day of
Section No. 177, provides that all taxes
upon real cttate remaining unpaid on the
loth day of JIaieh next, shall be deemed
Tax pityorn will hear In mind these
changes, at the law will bo vigorously en-
no Miro io;nnng your title paper or
lat yeulv tax receipts with you, that no it
rors In paying tnxca may occur.
Alex. II. litviN. Collector.
Caiiio, Ills. Dec, 31, 1S7.'I. diw-td
WHKHBA4 Mathcw D. Guuter by his sale
luortguge dated October 7, lt72, and re
corded in volume . ot sale mortgage ou
page 111, In the ItccordcrV ollice vf Alex
atider eoiiiitv. Illinois, ronvoveil in tlmiin.
tlci'algned the following, to-wlt : A ieahe-
IK, Ml ciiam iui iiiu iuiiii if, llu 1,1 L'iira, ill
ami to lots nix (0), iecn (7) ami eight (S), in
block three (3) in the first addition to tho
city of Cairo, lllinolf, commencing March l,
iotit iiiiuci mn 1, ,ibii. .'t ti vti lain lenpu
licai'lcu date. March 0. 1871. executed l,v 8.
KtuaU Taylor and Edu In Parrou, trustee
of the Cairo City Property to Peter A. Co
naut, iiud by said Poter A. C'onant, with the
written consent of nald Taylor and I'limon,
iiHsiiriiod to raid Malhuw D. Uunter on thu
;:istot',My,1872, togothcr with all the tin-
pnn omenta thcrcou. heioiigiug to the said
liuutcrof every klnii and uuturo Koecr, in
cluding mill lixturvs, englnus, boilers, bur
aud other llxturei apportulnlng und beloug
lug to tho mill building thcrcou Itiiatu; to
sec uro the payment of 11 certain prouiirsory
note In said mortgage hpccltled : Now un
der thu provisions ot said sale mortgage, de
fault having been mado in tho puvmcnt of
tee note thoroiu mentioned, tliu uiiiUrslgncil
will oiler kald property for talu at miction,
to tho highest bidder, lor cuh.
at f ho court hoiue door, Culro, Illinois, ut2
o'clock inn. oil SATUItDAY THI-: 21TH
DAY 01' JAM'AltY, A, D. 1671.
llKMIY L, lUl.l.ll'AV,
.Mortgagee ami Trutce.
l.rcrn v Gilbert, Atturuc 1.
THUS TEE'S SALE.
Wlir.uruH, MatliewD. Guuter, bachelor,
liy hi salu motgago, datod March 13th, 1871,
und recorded un page 07 of book 7. of deeds
in tho Recorder' olllcu of Alexander
county, Illinois: And, whereas, Matbeiv
1), Guuter and wife by their sale mort
gage dated July 7, 1871, and recorded on
pac 71 nt hook . of ileedi Iu tho Itecorder'
ollico of Aloxamlcr county, Illinois, con
veyed to tho undersigned, tho following de
sfiihedlotaiid iiroporty, to-wits Lotthlr-ty-iilnu
(.'it") In block thirty-two (32) and lot
tweiity-ono (21) In block eighty-two (S2), all
In tho ilr.t addltlou to tliu city of Cairo 1 Is,;
.1 luuauuuiu eaiaiu lur luv CIUX 01 loll
(10) year, in and to lot sixteen (Itl) and
Hoviiiitoen (17), 111 block nlxtcoii (111) iu tho'
llrst addition to tho city ol Cairo, Illinois,
commencing December ft, 1370, under ami
by virtue of a certain lease hearing date
Docotubcrn, 1870, executed by W. O. and
II. C. Johns, trustees tor Win. .Mnitm,
to tho suld MuthewD.Guiitcr, together with
all uutl (lingular the biitUting and Improve
inciitii of every Mud or naturo toeicr
situate on said lots, sixteen (Itl) uudioeti
teuu(l7) belonging to said Gillitor, to-wlt:
one dwelling house, one Ktnru and (Iwelllng
house,- onu mill building with mill llxtures,
vuglue, hollere, bur and other (Ixturcs ap
iwrtiilnlugan'ol tcU)nlig Jhercto, to secure
tlie payment of certain promissory note In
said two mortgages specUlcd : Now, undor
tlmproll(ilit ol bothol tfltd salo mortgages
default Having beeu mado Iu thu payment
of tho notc.'itu tliam.u,ntloucd, the under
signed Will offer atd property for' kale, at
auction, to the highest bidder, tor cosh, at
the court house door. Cairo, Illinois, at J
o'vlock. i.m, on BATUltU A Yi?f ilE 211'lt
DAY f)F"JANUAHY,A, D.187Y. J"
IlXN.HY L. HAixiriAV.'l
n SA, ') ,'.Muiiik al l'rtiiUHtL tgfijm
rirteu i Gilbert. .Altoniuy. fihort aU
W-l-3-20d 1 ' dttiattlii
OBSTACLES TO MARRMGE
hood rejtored. Impediment, to ruarrTiv.
,nd remarkable remedies. Book aidtYir.
uiam lent irec, in tealed envelope. AU
dress, Howard Aiaoclatton, No. 'J South
Ninth street. PMlfclelpM, Va-an liiuu.
lion having a hlgU xepuUtlen rot bonerahle
r opilnet and prof alonal A 111. 10Hldiluji
C. W. WHKELKH
WOOD -A. 251 X3 OOAL
OFFICE ASD YAM):
Tenth Street, between Waifilu'itoo aud
A large Mipply of l'lluburg aud HI
Muddy coal constantly oa bond, Stole
ood sawed to order. Order for ceal or
wood should be left at the office on Tenth
tsrect. Term, cah on UellTery.
Llvarpeol a-Ytk. obtf UUdlbia
cM coitaict wnm rslrn stitos 1 saitu
t'ur Oarrriax ft Mails '
FOU PA88AGH TIOKKTB
oa uitb eauattiia
APPLY TO JOHN I Ant
UBtaodsay 1Iork, ru
R. F. PARKER,
(Successor to l'arker AUUke.)
PAIjNTS and oils
wxirx o -w o-r.
Aid the eUbr(Ua.iUulMUa
uaoM LUii.Diito 001 llxa -UT. 0()M
WA11L k KOHKHTH,-
DlALIkd lit Wl.tUOTf SHAD!,
"Wall lAiri,.l'uiui Vhit
LWad, Limiti) On.
SfJUT TOU-MITIVI, Ul.US
rinisni.Acv Alooiiol Jttf.j Eim.
120 Commercial avenue.
Oaiiwi, 1 - - . lu.xn r.t
.CAIUp ,Ro AND, fBASiiEli1C0.
LU3IRER OF, ALL ,KIJ RS
lIAatll. ANl UOrt.,
Kucp uontuntly'ou hatiu
Floo1iin3 And tSiomq, JLLsqjha.
MILL A MO,' YARD COHKlHrMTJ-ToUKTll
Tsrr AVU.QViLmyiu. A.
UAIRO, - li,i.INOI. 30-7
FINE MILLINERY GOODS
rKKftii rAi,L mun;
JW 118. m'. JACKSON,
(Ponueity Mm. Swiudr,)
auuouuces that she ha just opened a lr
assortment otniie "
N E"W EST,
MOST FASHIOKAULK.I -
Millinery Uoods to be found in tb market,
sho will keep on hand
Hats, Uokkith, Flowkbs, Riuiiom,
Diikh Tkimminos or Aix Kisihs,
Ladies Fuunihhxsu Upope, Not ions,
CoLtAi-jt, "UNiixEHLtevitis Kurv
AiuUllgoodi fQimdln wUUnerY store, all
ot whloh will be dli4Md of at the lonrst
cash prices, -Mr. Jackson repeiinill
ask a continuation of the pataouage which
has beeu so llheially bestaowed upon her b
Uie ladle pf Cairn and the thiaitvi. A
1VEW LIVERY STABLE
BXTWMIf WAAM'H UUtll AtlO WALBIII
1)1. H. f, Yield laruras (fa et.le tkal li
l,UY E R Ji 8,TA a L X
en Iho aorlhwttt J of TUi trt m
tJJ)ubU;jukfataf.T4'!a4a4 kVi it,
AND GOOD VOLJit.
aid the nubile mav he ouiammiulasaii i i.
ur of Uie day and night with aafe toanu
on the lowtKt.tcrm.
Dr-inlil Mia a Aim MfikMo patronm;
and will endeavor to merit It by fair dHni
and strlut attunllow to lnnltiM.
T. . klM lJllOUGH, '