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rilK (JAIKO DAILY JUJLLKTJN, TURSDAY, JANnATlY 13, 1374,
LOCAL WEATHER KErnUT,
OKBRKVKIl'i OfFICr, CAIRO, JIK,
JatlUaty 1?, 10,11 P.M., lit, I. I
liarouuter, 3C:20 degrees.
I hciinoineter, 31 digrocx.
tfmJN.K, Velocity S inlli' s pet lour.
.Maximum temperature lor ImI 21 hour',
Minimum temperalm e lor tlie Ut 2 I hour',
Itevnllln; wind Tor ltt "I h'urs, N, 12.
Total number of uttloi li.ied by "ImI
.luiini; last -1 liouu, lis.
Obctver SUrinl .Senico, U H. A.
NRW A DVliRTlSKM ENTS
MBflUKCr I). Ili.Ni'llKTT.
I1KAD ! KHALI' HKAli 1
THE FOURTH WJCRK
t,r Hit l'KOI'I.K I'tVOIIIlE,
FANNY B. I'RICIi.
A inl Iiit Mur Conilnu atioti.
I'ltlf'K in bur Uvorit.i character
of MADELAIN, tut iir.M.K or iiik
auiiouiiu, h played by her in ull the
pricripal citlos of tin, linttel Mates
Willi Immense Succeir.
11 K.'.DAY EVENING, Jan, it, la7.1
Will lid pruseritnd tlia lleauttfnl three net
ilrumrt, uulillod tliu
HKLLK OF TIIK FAUBOURG
.M A DI.LA IN E Mi- Pitne.
To Conclude with llio furco of
xM V NEIGHBOR'S WITH!
Parquolle 75 CU.
family Oirclu 60 Ct
K-iorvod Scale la Puuilly circlo...75 On
lioxos $1 00
Eoeorved Seats can bo procured ut D
Hartmon's, without Extra Ciiarui:.
Doors opon at 7 o'clock ; Commencing ut
LOOK OUT im FUN,
To lie given by tlic
AT WASHINGTON HALL,
MONDAY, JANUARY l'Jtb, 171.
TICKETS ON'K DOLLAR.
Each ticket entitles llio holder to a
. nance in (lie rattle lor a Z'M
GOLD HEADED cam:.
Tickets for -aloat Paul (I. ISchuh'., E, .t
vv iiuurr a, .iic.iiuiuey s uuu .1. iiur
s-l.:i.2iv Com. of Arrangements
THK C'AIKO AND VIXOKKKKS
CHANGE OK TIME
On und alter Tuesday, January 1", 1S71,
trains vtiu run a iouows :
Leave Cairo 4:10 A. M
" .Mound City 4:.V) "
' Harrisburg 4:17 "
" Eldorado HMt "
" Norrls City
' .Mount (J .nine)
Airlve at Vlnconncs
.. .'.i:'i"i '
. 12:10 I'.Jt.
Leave Vlncennca 7:-." a.m
" -Mount Curmel HM "
" Carnil 10.08 "
NorrU Citv 10:17 "
" Kldorudo Us!2 '
" liarrlcburij H:1'J "
" Mound City 2:10 i'.M.
Arrlvo at Cairn !!:00, "
UOUMI) CITY A('COilll(UATION.
il.eave Cairo t 11:.10 a.m. and l:00 p.ni.
.t.vute Mound City ill2;"J a.m. and 5:00 p.m.
AtNoriH City with bptln-jlleld and III!
aio! Soutlicuktcrn railway lor Spriu jUeld
At Vlnccnno, indlunapolliand Incenuts
lullwuy lorlniltati.'ipolls and allpolntM North,
Kant ami Wert; with I'vanit' llio and Craw
torda' Illc railway forTurra Haute, Kvnnivlllc,
t).niill', Chicago and polnta Ni-rtli, Kant
and wert; with Ohio and Mississippi rail
way for St. LouU, l.oulKville, Cinclmiatl and
ull pouitH cat aud webt.
TickctJ lor alo ut CompanyN otllco, cor
ner Hovuntli fctroet and Comuierclal avenue,
and by .lames Mallory, Ticket Agent, No.,
U. f. I'Ai.MKit, (lon'l Sup't.
K. I'. Wit.'JO'f, Uen'l l'ui!oni;ur, Ait.
I.V VI UN.
ATTOIINKY h UIIUNSKLOIt AT LAW
Oinc.d nviT p'irit Natliuml lnuk. :i-lflm
WILLIAM .); ALLKN,
ATTOKNEY AT LAW
OUieuovur Klrut National bank. INlllm
lohti II, iMulkvy. Wlllum C.Mulkoy
iMULKIJY & HON,
ATTOHNEYS AT LAW
OiUco: KigbtU etrcot, botwuou Coimuor
aland WahUinytoii iivcnuci.
(JKKHN tt G1LUH11T,
UOUNBKLOUH AT LAW,
'illtm ll.dronu, I
Wllhwu II. Gilbert, OAIIUJ, II.I.1ND1H,
tilnF. (illert, J
-f,ei)lt.l Attention Klrua lu AJmitallr inj
trVlOH OUIOLHVBU,UOOMH 7 AK1I H OVtU
J1 I I K BULL KT T JM.
CA1HO LOCAL NEWS.
Captain V.. W. Duf-an wa in lbs tity
yetturday. lie loft by Mm nlternoon train
-Tbo .Mctlii dlit sociable wbieli wis tn
bavo beou held nt tbo rotidonro of 1. W-
Ibtrcluy tliij evutiing: ba' ben mileUtiilulr
-Cbarllo Wbllo, ft coloroJ dock band
on Ihn tk'nMor Crcicerjt Oily, bleb nr
rivod boro yiHtorday, foil ovorboard loniu
wbtro nenr Mnmpbii nnd wut drownod.
- Notiro -All inoniborj of tliu liiimarl:
liund ubo uru in orroati nru livmby noli-
liuJ iDcoinu up h n J tottlo ut on co. Otli
urwi") their pulirlui will bu forfoitod.
Vm. I'. ICr.ut'iir.viiEitdKii, Agent
oilltfu, wltb U. Mcytin, (V2 (nno lvto.
Ainoiigl tbo naint', regi'turod at tbo
Ht. 'barlu bi'lfcl yo-tirdiiy wuro tbu lul.
lowing- .1 M Itiytjer, I'ttdueab ; 1 I'loui
id)', Matropoli!); .lul O'Doansl, St, l.ouit;
li KMillornnJ Win lloiiiton, C'lnciniiutl;
LT Webber, Miiii'iippi, and .1 O Avery,
A iiiinibnr "I (Hiitleiueu Joint; buti
ncii ut DcYtor, .Mi4ouri, wuro iu tlio city
yertordiiy, und tiiadu Inro pu.'rliMinf of
-ood which wcrotbijipod Inl uvoriinK per
tbo Cutru, A rknnK ami Tex u railroad.
Cairo' trjdu with lbi (crllon il oimUtilly
iricreaiin. Let our inutcbbliti fdftur it.
- A public iiiitallullou of Iho nuvvly
ulertod ofllctii of Cairo Kticainptnent, I.
O O. T. will tko pltif-ahl Odd rellow'
bull, over I). A rlur'n i tore, this evening.
All tiieuiberl ot tbo order, their fnrnilicj
and friundi urn rpietol to govern tbetn
U J. 11. (5)!smvv, .:ribo.
- Tbo rity rornptrolior, under tbo di
rection of tbo tlcvt committer', bin con
tracted v.-1 tli tbu Cairo &nd Viucotincn
railroad company for twctity-Qvocnr load
of gravel to repair tbo bad places on Lovuo
itrect. Twolvo car loada will bodnllverd
on tbo loveo ou'Wcdncidny, and tbo bal
ance, thirteen can, within a very few
In Judgo Brosj' polico court y eater
day, llonry iloycr, tor Lcin-; drunk, was
fined twoVlolIart and the "inicpornblcs."
lloing unable to pay thu lino ho wai lent
to tbo calabooie for tbreo days. Katlo
Knox, tbo colored lady who runs thy old
" Flat-toji," on I-'iflb stroot, was arrested
tor maintaining a bouso of Ill-repute. A
boaniu; of bur ciuo Wbs postponed till
.1. llawloy, of Diion, Illlnoli,
(imnd .Master of the Free and accepted
Masons of the ttato, and W. D. CliatnL,r-
lain, cf Kreo Port, A. T. Darrab, of To-
lono, J, II. I'otsctt, of I'rlr.ccton,aU prom
inent Matotit, arrivod in this city yester
day afternoon and took rooms ut tbo St
Charles hotel. They como to this city on
Masonic businois und will remain several
.Mrs. K.H. "Workmun ofl'ora her sorv
iccs to tbo ladies of Cairo and vicinity as
a toacber in tbo nrt of making "Wax
Flowers. Tor terms nnd specimens, iho
rotors to Iturclay's prescription drugstore,
corner Eighth street nnd AYashington av
onue, whero orders for Klowors may also
bo left. Ladies wishing lessons will ploata
Iohvo tboir address at tbo sto-a or give
noiico through post allies drawer No.
253, Cairo, Ills. '.'4 1.3-lm
Odd-Kollow's ball was crowdod last
night to witness tbo public ittftllation of
tho oflicors oloct. After tbu installation
service, which worn conduced in splen
did stylo, und a brief but appropriate
speecbby Judge Grocn, the hall wai
clcarod and tboso who wero so inclined
indulged in dancing. Tho fostivitlvea wore
kept up until about ouo o'clock, when tho
party dispersed, all feeling thu'. they had
pont a plonsant ovcnlng
Tho Cincinnati 'Enquirer' of last
Friday morning says :
Complaint U madu by n gentleman re
siding Lure, formerly u resident of Cairo,
Illinois, that n lettor reached blui some
days since from that town which was
broken open und emptied ol its contents
A succeeding letter informed him that
tho onvolopu bad contained, botidos tbo
letter, n gold ornamont rent as a Christ
mas presont. Tbo robbery was committed
between Cairo und this city, aud tbo at
tention of .Mr. Foulds and of C'jI. .Mc
Kcaig is called to it.
Tho postoilico officials w ill no doubt do
their dutyln tbo promlsis.
On Saturday night officer Mohnor ar.
rested i drunken man and locked him up
in tbu ralaboofo. Yc.tord.iy morning,
wlion It enmo tiinu for tho nllicera to tako
tbo prisonors out for trial, It was found
that this man was sutloring from delirium
troinons, and not iu a condition to bo
taken out. During tbo day ho grow
worse, and ulthorgh ho bad proper, medi
cal attention, nothing could bo dona for
him, and at six o'clock lnit evoning ho
died. Ho was uiinblo to toll his name.
whoro bo camo from, wboro ho was going,
or anything about hlmsolf.
Ono of tho ploasantost allairs of tbo
sonson was that of tbo Concordia sccloty
last night. Our Oormou fellow-Iluons,
to tho numbor of about forty, together
with their wives iissainblcd ut .Scheul's
Washington hull, and spent tho ovoning
in iv ino3t onjoyablo uiannor. Itulwoon
singing and dancing tbo hours woro
whllcd nwoy, and ovory tmo not only
seemed to but really did enjoy him or
horsolf. During tbo ovcnlng tho singing
club of tho society pang soveral Gorman
piecos, and although wo did not under
ttund tho words ot thn piocci sung, wo
aro preparod'to imnoiiiico It equal to any
vocal musia that It has been our lot to Hi
ton to olthor iu this or any other city.
For tbo accommodation of those of
our sltizons who may wish to uttond tho
dramutlu entertainment nt .Mound city,
to-morrow (Wodnosdayl ovoning, a
special train on tho Cairo ond Vinconnos
mud will loavo tho foot of .Sovonlli street
at seven o'clock, and roturn to Cairo im
mediately after tho porforiiiuiii'". 'J'ho
entertainment Is to bo givoti for tbo bene
fit o( onunf the Mound City rlmrrliM, a
fact which should, ami no ilnubt will In-
duco u goo.1 many to go, who under other
circutiisUtir n would probably remain at
himii'. Tlio iiottors up of Uit ailMr untie
Ipato a good attondancii of Oairollos; mi l
they liavu a Vigbt to, for on 'covoral oc
casions )in entorttiiimorilt havo ben
glvon In tbl- city, .Mound City bii glrn
them n moit lilmral jmtroiidge, Lai tn
return tbn inmpliment now.
- The atl.ridiincu at tho Atboneuin 'ait
evening to vritoi'K thu play of aratog.
was Vory goiNl, tlm liouso bting l otnfortu-
bly well II 1 1 01 . When wn tnkn into con
siderAtiou tb.i Ufl tint tbcru wm u moot
ing of tho Mntoiis, u public ImUIUlioii of
oillcers at Odd Fdll iw" hall, arid mi en
tertainment under the auspice ol thu Con
cordia .Soduty, htSbiiol's WasbingUu. Iiull,
wn must sny tbo uttendaiino ut tho Athe
noutu was oicollont, and no other troup.j
in thecoiititry but Miss l'rie)' cmjIJ Iihvo
drawn half so largo it una. Thu play wns
well rendered, and uavn genernl sati.-fac-tion.
Mi's I'rifo, .Mis.-l llanob.itt, .Mrs.
HoHWorth, .Mr;. Murry und Mils .lamiion,
and Messrs. Mnlilruni, Murray, llarray,
liosw'irtb and thu other gctitloni 'n of tbo
trou ji') werii rompt iu their character.'.
To-night the beautiful three act drama un
titled "Hello nl the Faubourg," with Mi-s
I'ricn h Mn lulain, will bo given, tlio en
tertainment to coiicliidu with the side
splitting far. M enlltleil ".My Nuighbor'i
WiTu.'' We lio-pnaka for tbo troup,, a full
--Tho 'Christian Union' i now pub
lishing Kdward F.ggloston's new story
(ublcb be liiniself ronslders to bn hi,
best), "Tho Circuit F.lder : A Talo or tho
Heroic Age." Mr. Kgglottoii is ono of
our frchl and iiiont vivid story writers,
and l.i skitlubcs i f Vi'uttorn life and char
actor nro superior to anything wo havo.
Tho '1'iiior,' shows us much tact and en
terprise as any daily Journal In tlio coun
try. It has u corps of tho
best Contributors of all shadow
of recognlr.ed Christian opinion'
and get tho best thought out of all of
them. It shows mora plainly than any
other religi'us family papor in tho United
Stttos tho ovilencM of careful, thorough
editorial work. Its columns, always full
of Interesting matter, contain n greater
variety than those of any papor of sim
ilar naturo. It has been a very roadablo
paper for yoars.&nd has steadily improved
upon Its own excellence. It ad
vocates unity In a spirit ol con
ciliation rather than of dogmatism, and
seeks to draw by fairness when it could
notdrivoby pugnacity. In this respect
it is a model Christian papor, and its torn
, r and spirit aro a beautiful Illus'.atiou of
tho ripened character and mellowed expo
rionco of its oditor. Us pages givo ample
evidence that Mr. liaecher's heart and
bund aro thoroughly nnlistod In tbo great
work the 'Christian Union' is destined to
Tho chromos "Tho Dinner '' ted "Tbo
Tap" which Messrs. Ford & Co., aro now
projecting to all subscribers to tbo
'Christian Union' for 1371 gonulnoly
beautiful l'arls-printing oleographs aro
oven superior, in conseption uud execu
tion, to tbo f:imous pair "Wide Awuk"
and "Fast Asleep," whoso issue, by tho
same firm, cauicd so great an excitement
two years ago. Tho subjects of tho new
picturoi are boys real boys and tbo ac
ccisorios aro vory ntdura), suggestive and
amusing. They ars really arti-tic pictures,
and quite at pleasing to a re flood tnsto as
they aro to tho popular oyonnd tbo hearts
of tho children.
"Tbo Lord is risoa" li thotitloof on ex
quisite oloograph prcsontod by ths same
firm to subscribers to "Plymouth Pulpit, '
which is a weekly pamphlet containing
each week a sermon by tho llov. llonry
Ward Ucecbor, aud Is uagorly read allko
by tho admirers n-iJ oppofionts of that
distinguished divi. o. Thosubjoct of tho
picturo is a cross, id and moss-grown, and
wreathed with violets and llllics .of the
Yftlloy. "Wo havu raroly seen tbo
central sontlment ot tbo -Sow lesta-
mont so beautifully oxprossod byapifturo
as in this tonder but striking skotch. Us
valuo may bo guossoi from tho lact that
in tbo picturu stores il frequently sells for
Dr. W. W. Hipolilo is tbo agont for this
city and vicinity and will call And show
tho paper nnd picture). Wo advlso every
body who is going to spond $ .1 In any way
to wait till thoy too how much Ib hero of
fered thorn for tho monoy.
Komkthinq IS'kw. 1 havo improved
and porroctou n now jirocess by which tho
Ferrotypo L brought outoqual to the best
Photographs, and mora durable. Copies
from paintings and ongravings mudu fully
eqii.il to tbo original in appearance, tho
lights and shades brought out with re
markable uniie.irunce, go that nothing
surpasses tbo beauty and natural expres
sion t" tho picture. And in fact any old
pictures are copied by this process eo lis to
look as woll or bettor than tho original
picture. Tboso having old pictures or
ehoico paintings or ongraving3 for pres.
rnts, cannot do bettor than avail them
bo.vos of this rouiarkable improvement.
J. . I. Thomas, l'liotograpbor,
Corner of Hlghth street nnd Commercial
Du. J. AY. Ukioman trpats all disonscs
that provail in this climate, but ho vlll
givo rpocinl nttontlou to dlscasos of tbo
"bronchial lubos, lungs and tboir tis
sue." Ilronchitls, bronchial and tuborcn
lar consumption r.nd pulmonary npoploxy
treated by iuhiiliulon of nebulized fluids,
modicatcd uirs, gases, vapors and powders.
Consumptives, although your dtsoaso
elands at tbo head of all dlsoasoe, both in
ptovalcuro aud fatulity, there is bopo for
you yet. Ohoor up. Olllco hours from 10
a. m. until S p. m.
J. W. llr.iaMA.v, M. D.
Olllco und rosldonco, Twolfth street
botwoon AValnut end CVlar, Cairo, 111
P. O. box aW. 21-dA-wlt
Fon Hi'.nt. On Commercial avonuo,
ono largo room furnlshod or unfurnished
suitable for slooplng room for centloman
and wife or two gonllemon. Apply nt
HuM.tTitr olllfo. 30 l-13-lm
JKMTND CITY ITIIMS.
l.Mouiul Oily CniKspondeti!
l'tv. .Mr. Thayer preachod ."un.lay.
.Mr, C. Woohvorth and Mr. tlallms,of
Handnsky, Ohio, aro visiting our city.
Tbo gniilal sitorilf, Hani Irwin, ap
peared on our ctreots Friday, and Oranier
rotter made an Horn thereof.
Wboti tho Good Templars playod
'Ten Nights in n liar-room," onn of thu
porforioor'f and n rlavor otic, loo, beearno
a littlo nervous, Mid conviilaed tbo audi
onro by rolling Ms oyos In dramatic stylo
and esclaluiing: "I mii't depart; ;fi a
Tbo boys havo a lopto.1 It in tho
-Tbo stockhoblers of the W'ojlwrolb
Handle Works mot Saturday, and olcrlod'
tho following director's for 1871: ,1 nines
Woolworth, Chester AYuoHorth, Loyd O
llurris, KJwin S. Cheater and John W.
Durben. Tbn company ulso decided to
build u rtnnmboat to be used for trans
porting hickory timber. Captain Hani-
bleloii has tiiada a ImI for buildiug tho
-Tlio "Kgjpti.in (,'horal Sjcictv ' per
forin the "Hplrlt of evcnty-.Sir " ut
Stokes' hall, "Wednesday eve, January
14th. A spocial train will run from Cairo
and return, and tbo society will cordially
welcome their "Cairo friend.'." P.ev. Mr.
Welle, -Mr. Paltorsoii and John W. Car-
tor aro the reception ;oiumItt, who will
most and overt them to tbo ball where
seats will be rnsrved for them. Tho
',C!uirul Hociely" hvvo been to considera
ble expense in buying tbo navy yard
scenery, and arranging tbo ball for tiili
oecuflou. The sale ol tickets in thiJ city
indicates that the ball, although tho larg
est in .Southern Illinois, will be tilled aud
overflowing. Mr. Honry Condco has
charge of the arrangement of the tickets
and train in Cairo. (Iiiavkon.
PlUCK CUKI'.KNT Omt-K, 1
Thursday Eve., Jan. IS, 1871.
The oats market opens brisk this week,
with prlcos on choice mixed in sacks, ad
vanced to 015'Jc, and in bulk to 45IG
Thoro Is also n notably nc'.lvo domand for
choico black seed oats at 4. cents highor
prices than quotations on mixed.
Tho corn market li still weak and un
settled, but ther.i aro slight Indications of
an improvement soon.
Flour displays some nstivity, wilb pri
Corn meal is very dull duller than we
have ever seen it at this season of tho
year. Some brands aro held for .. 00, but
cannot be worked off. 'J 00 is tho ruling
figuro to-day for stoim dried, guarantoed.
Green meal sold as low as 2 70, und city
nioal. steam dried, has bacn soiling in lots
on ordors at :t 15(5)1 125 por bbl.
There is some improvement in tho mar
ket for strictly choico hay. There Is vory
littlo "gllt-odged" finds its way to this
market, consequently a few large orders
exhaust tbo supply and lesvo tho market
bare, ns It was to-day. Tbo markot U ful'
of low gradoj of hay, for which thoro is
no domand to speak of.
Tbo woatbor changed cold this after
noon and tho day closed with every Indi.
cation or a snow ttorni.
A heavy riso is coming out of tho Cum.
berland and tho Ohio. Tho rivor hero
rose two fcot last night nnd thoro is
now au abundance of water to New Or
leans for tho largost boats.
Cs3"Correspondont3 6houia hear in mind
that our quotations reprosent prices for
round lots from first hands, unless other
wise stated, and that In filling small or
dors highor prices must bo paid.a
FLOUK Tho stock on hand is not
largo lor this soaion of tbo year and tho
markot is firm, with u good local and
order trado ut prices us previously quoted.
Hales embrnco 1070 bbls r.s follows: 60
bbls XX winter $0 00; 200 bbls vuriom
grAtios 0 WiftO 00 ; 300 bbla do 4 CO
7 00; .1.10 bbls do 6 008 73; 100 bbls
XX X winter 7 OS ; 220 bbls do to arrlvo
7 25; 200 bbls various grades 0 2j7 15
and .100 bbls do 5 008 75.
11AY Very littlo strictly choico fiuds
It3 way to this markot. Thoro was n do
mand to-dny for "Gilt EJgo" nt 17 00 and
uono offering. Common hoy of all kinds
is plonty and dull. "Wo nolo sales of 1!
cars mixed dol ll! 00; 2 cars Prairin dol
11 00; 2 cars choico mixod dol 15 00; 5
cars do do 11 00, t! cars do do l l15 00;
1 car "Gilt Edge" timothy Id 00.
COKN Vory quiot, and niurl.ot weak.
Sales nro limited to 10 curs white In tacks
dol ClCtc; t! cars yollow du C2Gi,S3c; 1
car new mixod in bulk on truck 5'Jc; 4
cars white In bulk on track 51c.
OAT3 Tho markot is strung and act
ive. Iteccipts tiro inadequate to meet tho
demand. Prices aro firm nt an advnnco.
Choico black seed oats would find ready
salo nt 3 to 4c abovo figuroa on mixed
Sales woro 1 car Southern Illinois, (old
early, iu sacks dol 411c; 0 cars Northorn
mixod sold in bulk on track 41, 45010c;
8 cars) do In sacks dol 51o; 5 cars do do
5152c; 3 cara white, do do C'JOI!c; 1
car black nnd 2 cars brown sood oats Hold
in sacks ut 5 lo.
COHN MEAL Plonty and dull, tfoinu
brands nro bold for .1 00, but 2 00 Is tbo
outside quotations In round lots, tin lea
woro 500 bbls choice stoam driod dol 2 00;
100 bbls green moil not guawintood 2 75 ;
and 300 bbls St. Charles sold in lots nt
3 00(2)3 25.
1IKAN Thoro is n goodordor demand,
with none In tho markot. "Wo note sale
of 1 car load nt 15 60,
nUTTEU A groat deal of butter that
would bo considered choico is sent to this
markot packed, in painted buckets nnd In
piuo boxes, nnd thus damaged. The mar
kot la well supplied, and demand small.
Sales woro 300 lbs choico rolls nt20oj 10
pkgs do 20a; 300 He low grndo nt 18c nnd
10 pkgs choico 20(2)'J3o.
EGGS Tho markot is overstocked
and dull, no demand nt till, selling in
small lota nt 20o por dozuu,
OIIIOKKNS-Plonty and dull, n few
coops livo sold at 2 75 por dozen.
TUKKEY3 Uather source und tlud
ready ealo nt quotntione. Hales 2 coipi of.
live tt 00l0 no f tiOO Ibi of drosed 10c
GAME Tho wealbor is favorable, but
trado light. 25 do.on quails slid at 75c.
COTTON Tho market Is growing
larger and transactions heavier ovory day.
Wo noto sale of 180 bales low ordi
nary at loo; ordinary lljetl2jc; good or
dinary I2jc; strictly ordinary l.(TT13jr.
DKKSSKD MEAT- 750 Ibi dressed
boof sold nt 5c.
UIDKU 10 bbls sold aid 008 00.
TEAK Imperial n.ld Gunpowder 75c
?l 25; Oolong 76c!(3)flj Young Hyson
CHEESE - Cream 1 lc ; Now York fae
LIME 1 25(2)1 "0- T'hl'l.
OEM KNT a O0V 60 V bbl.
COAL 01L--22e t' Rftl.
GUNNIES-lte-aowod hutbele 18c ;
.1 bunhela 20c.
HYUUP.'l-Choico r,0cf7,il por gallon;
Now Orleans 7CfTH0
I'LASTEltING II A I It 35c pet
IUTKLA PS-2J bushel corn, !'J (,
15c; do 10 07. ICe j 4 buthols oats 2ttc ; 5
bushels 2lc; li bushels 22c.
II EES WAX V Ib.lOc.
SOAP Shaotl'er's Gorman mottled, 7V
Clia-npilgn eonp, Tap.
TALLOW V lb:.(i.jjr.
COFFEE Java ,'!0C)T.Vj l.aguayia
21(0 .0:; llio prime lo choice J4(jJ-0c.
Kit BIGHT Cotton, compressed to
Now "York, hjc'. to Huston, SI. Uncom
pressod, to Nrw York, tt 1 1; to ISoston
To No'V Orlenn nnd Vicksburg:
Potato, apploe, ide, .i0c: pound
froigbts 15c cwt; buy J5 per 'on; Pork
UiaV bbl; tobacco J I; cotton ?i. to .Mom
phis, flour, etc., 25o por bbl; jou-d freight
I2je cwt; bay i I per ton.
and ileinrturcs for tho 24 hours cndltis atC
I, in, iui cveuui ;
Steamer F P Gracoy, Coluuibin
11 Jim Fisk, Paditcah
" Jus D Parker, Momphis
" K A Ilibbage, lS'ow Orloins
" City Vicksburg, Vicksburg
' Andy Hautn, Cincinnati
" Glcncoe, St, Louis
" Jdlowild, Evansvillo
" St Joseph, St. Louis
, " 11 C Yacgor, Now Orleans
" Ashland, Arkansas river
" AY J Louis, St. Louis
'.' Arlington, Memphis
" Louisvillo, Cincinnati
Towboat Croscont City, NuwOrloans
" Hiram Campboll, Hickman
" Poytonia iz barges, Now Orleans
" Sam Koborts, Memphis.
Steamer F P Gracoy, Culutnbu
" Jim Fisk, Paducah
" City of Vicksburg, St Louh
' Andy liAum, Memphis
" Glencoo, Now Orleans
" John F Tollo, Now Orloana
" Idlowlld, Evausvillo
" Ashland, Jlound City
" St Joseph, St Louia
" II C Yaogor, St Louis
" W J Lowie, Now Orleans
" Arlington, Cincinnati
" Louisville, Jiow Orloans
Towboat Poytonia and bnrgos, Cincinnati
" J N Kollogg, St Louia
", Future City, Now Orleans
' P. A'liabbage, Grand Toivor
Tbo Ohio river is rising rapidly. Thoro
is no percoptible change In tbo condition
of tho .Mississippi. llusincss was dull,
Woatbor cold nnd raw.
Tho Glencoo addod 45coopj poultry and
filla out bolow. t
The Tollo added 100 coops poultry nnd
Tho P. A Ilabbago brought 3 monitora
coal and ro'.urns to Grand Tower for 2
Tho Andy Uaiim adds 1,500 sacks corn
bolow here for Memphis.
Tho Kollogg wont to St. Loubs with
Tho Futuro City went south with a big
tow of barges,
Tho Idlewlld brought 700 bbls potatoo
and lo tons pig iron fur St, Louis ; 450
sacks corn for thu south.
The St. Joseph has 123 bales cotton,
121 do hides, 071 boor kegs, 23 bbls dried
fruit, 10,000 fcot lumber, 700 bbls potatoes,
113 bbls pecans, 21 tons pig iron, 21 tons
bar Iron and 200 tons sundries for St.
Tbo II O Ycagor brojght 22 liluls su
gar, 1,022 bbls rice, 60 sacks coll'ev, 60 do
salt, 11) bbls molaasos, 5 casks prunes, for
tbo Illinois Central, ,ndd has 217 bbds su
gar, 160 kogs soda, 20 caska boltlou and 45
pkgs liquors for St. Louis.
Tho Ashland, sunk lately In tho Arkan
sas rivor, and raised by tho It .M Dugan,
goes to Mound City for ropalrs.
Tbo AY. .1. Lawla brought about 20
tons of groceries for Ciiro merchants, but
madu light additions horu.
Tbo Louisvillo brought u big cargo und
made light additions hero.
The Arlington his 1,120 bales cotton
for the Ohio river.
THE ST. OllAULES HOTEL
Tho undoraignol having resumed tho
manngoiuoiit of thu uhova hotel, trust by
strict attontion to businos.s, to tliu wants
uud comforts of tboir gnosis, to merit tho
renewed favor of tliuir old patrons uud tbo
travoling public in general.
ThoSaiiit Charles will nt once undergo
a thorough ronovatlon, aud bo miioh Im
proved iu nil its appointments.
Good sample rooms and special rntcs for
All baggage for guests conveyed to and
from the hotel free or charge.
Jkwbtt Wii.oox it Co,, Proprietors.
My cottage and lot between Ninth and
Tenth on AYulnut street. This is ono or
tho Illicit oottngos in the city, containing
four good rooms nnd verandah in front of
house; also, goad cistorn and out-door
buildingH, Tho above cottugo will be
sold for cash only, but nt a good bargain.
Inquire of V, II. Baui",
20-0-fit 102 Commercial avonuo.
HP EC I A L LOCAL NOTICES.
Tub European hotel, Harry Walker
proprietor, Is opon nt nil hours of the
At.i. kinds of gamo constantly on band
at Harry Wnlkor'e, Commercial avenue
between Seventh and Eighth streets.
For oas and steam tilting go to Hen
nlo'a Vulcan iron worke, Commercial
avenue, foot or Ninth street 0-10 tf
Foil a good square meal go to Harry
Walker's ro'tauraiit, Commercial avenue
between Soventb nnd Eighth street. Irn
Fori .S.M.n.-Saw null on I. C. It. II.
Terms pasy. Aditrets
12-d.tw.fit T. II. FAiiuitN, tfllin,.ll.
Wantkd. -A good girl to tlo general
liouso work. Apply immediately at cor
ner AYnlnut and I'wentieth strosts.
W-lo-n -Mm. O. ('ton:.
Sru.vnT Ni tuioijso.v ofler thoir stock ot
Gents' Hutsjatj prices to ellect an entlro
clearance within sixty days. Wo wont lo
go nut of tbu hat business. Como oarly
lor bargains goutlemon. .1111 Ut.
Tkh pouiida of brown sugar for t j 8
pounds best roll'ea sugar at il ; I pounds
of choico biillor ot SI j 0 cents for lard;
imporiul tea nt 51 ; Potatoes .10 cents per
peck; npplei 40 cent", nt Wilcox's block
Notiok Iii Hornby fllven that I will pay
no bills for goods sold to any of tbo em
ployes of Tin: Caiiio Hui.i.ktih, either
or tbi'tnaohcs or for the use of tho olllco
utiles 0 tho snmo nro furnlshod on nn ordor
llgnod by .Mr. llurnett or myeelf.
12-20-ly Johm H. OiiKHLY.
Dissolution ok PAnTNKi'.siui'. Tho
ro-partnorshtp horetoforo existing bo
twoon us is litis day dissolvod by mutual
content ; Daniel Mlllor assumes the pay
ment of nil debts duo and owing by the
firm of Smith A: Miller nnd alotio la
authori.jd to collect whatover Is duo tbo
firm. Dasiki. Mim.er,
Cairo, Jan., 8, 1871. 32-1-11-31
The harbor shop Is on tho cornor of
Eighth street nnd Commercial nvenuo
where J. Goorgo Stionhouso with bis gen
tlemanly assistants can bo found at any
hour of tho day or night, readv to sootho
your Toolings with a smooth shave, or cool
your tompor and head with a good sham
poo. It is n first-class shop, and you aro
cure of rccoiving first-class treatment.
Ladies' and children's hair cut or curled
after tho most approved f tylee. 8-15-lf
At Cost. Having taken oxciuslvo pos
session of my store, tn cluso it out, I of
fer my entlro stock at wholesale prices
at wholosalo or retail ; consisting in part
of u lurge variety o! canned fruits, spices,
baking tiowdnre, sardines, lobetori, teas
and ovory articlo usually kept in a first
class family grocery. Also wooden and
willow waro; n largo assortment of sad
dles and harness, bite, bridles, snape,
brushoe, whips, olc, etc. Tortus strictly
cash. All persons Indebted to me nro re
quested tn call and tittle ti.rir accounts.
Iw D. Ahtkk.
Extract Fiiom The Pod. Dr. Price'
A'nnilla Flavor Is oxtractod from tho A'n
nllla nod. obtainod from Vora Crur. and
Oaxaca, Mexico. This popular flavor na
made by Dr. Prico ombodics all of tho
dolicato aroma of thi agreeable fruit and
is froo from tho strong, rank tnsto or those
extracts in tho market' sold us Vanilla,
which aro madu from tho cheap Tonqua or
Snutf Iteaii. If something puro and nico
la wanted to flavor cakoa, pics or puddings,
get Dr. Price's Spoclul Flavorings, which
are equal to his noted Cream linking
Second-hand clothing, watches, jewelry,
pistole, A'c., bought and sold. Opposlto
Cairo nnd Vinceunus railroad depot.
20-7-tf M. Cov.vk.
Tho olllco of city troasuror is movod to
the corner ot AVashington avenue ond
Eighteenth stroot olllco of tho tho Trus
tees of tho Cairo City Property.
Titos. AY. IIai.i.id.w,
Cairo, Jan., 10, 1874. City Treasurer.
Two liattories of two Holler, each 2!
feet long, -'2 inch Dram, 2 14 inch Flues
with flro fronts. Mud and Stoam drums
Safety and Mud valvos, Chimney and
Hritcbin, all complete and in lirst-chiss
orderf; boon usod only throe months. For
price, eto., inquire o( .1. T. Kk.k.vik,
0-23-tf. Vulcan Iron AYorki.
I will sell my houso and lot on Commer
cial avenue aliovo Fourth uroct ilot 3
block lf) at n bargain. Tho house con
tains nine largo rooms, Including a largo
bar-room. To nny one '.wishing to pur
chase 1 will fell on good terms mid easy
payments. WI. .McCoUMliK.
30 d&w lm
On Seventh street, Cairo, llliuols, ono
of tho most beautllul homoetoads in tho
city,, consisting of two lots handsomely
onclosod, sot with llowors, ovorgreons,
shrubbery, te., .to ; a well built and neatly
runLhed cottage containing hovoii rooms,
collar, cistern, wood houso, wash homo
bath bouso'und coal liouso, with gnea and
ovory convenience. Apply to
Jou:f (J. H.uuio.v Si Co.,
Itenl Estate Agents.
January, 1871. 8-8-lm
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE
Happy roller lor young men Irani tlio ol
fecla o! eiTors and uiiuses In early life. .Man
hood restored. Impediment)! to uiurrlAgo
removed. New method of treutiueut. New
unit romaikublu remedies. Hooks and cir
culars, sout free, lu lealed envelopes. Ad
dress, Howard Association, No. 2 South
Ninth street, Philadelphia, P. on Institu
tion having a high reputation for honorablo
conduct and professional VU1. 10-20 d.tcw.lm
A. J. HOE, M. U.
Olllco ovor Thorns & llro's, grocery storo,
No. 131 Commercial avenuo, vomer Eighth
street. Residence corner AVaxttlngton aic
nue und Potmccuth street.
I be annual meeting of the stockholders
ftf the First National llank of Cairo for tht
.lection ol directors, will be tiel.l at the of
ileo of said bank In Cairo, on Tuesday, Jan
.my in, 1871, between the hours ot 10
.)' lock a.m and 4. o'clock p.m.
Cius. CimiNaiuM, Cashier.
f.uuo, Ills.. December 10, 187.1. td
Ito.'s hni nn bind, and lor tale largo
quantity of oak and hickory wood, cut and
split, and ready for the stove. Also all
kinds ol coal which will bo delivered in anr
purt of tho city on short notice. Leave or
ders at coal yard, on Coimnercl.il avenue,
opposite Eleventh street. Dec. O-Sio.
I 'Oil HA I.E.
t he well-known bulncm stand ol CuiteaU
A Prove, at the mouthof Clcarcretk, AUx
under county, IllluoN, situated In one ot
the lintMt agricultural districts of the West,
aud with a vell-ctabllshed trade. Thlswlll
lie leiiud a rare opportunity for an energetic
Tho prciiii'es consIt of a store 20X40 ieet
a dwelling of eight rooms, well furnished
.ami conveniently arranged, good cisterns
mid ull nci'Pvs.iry oiit-biiildltik;9, and one
acre of bind. Terms liberal. Apply or
addrei", Wm. Custkah,
l2-!)-lm- d.Vw. Cleearcree l.andlii, ills
Itont and shoe linker, T wen hstreot, be
tween Vit'lilngtoii avenue and Poplar
rtrect, Is prepared to make boots and shoes
iu tho litest and most faahlonable styles,
1.) will make them to ordor, old or new
styles lo null custoiiieir, out of the bs; ' and
freshest utock, of which he always ;ti as a
good supply on hand from which to make
selections. All flltlng of boote and shoes
m nfe by Mr. Elder Is dono In his own shop
no foreign lilting being '.used by him.
Ulvo him a call, and ho will give you satl
fuctlon. WILLIAM WINTEU
has his mammoth Instrument shooting out
Imperial photographs for Christmas presont,
at the rate of one a minute. Persona desi
rous of having a handsomely painted picture
and purely artistic In finish, should ctve
their orders In eea.'0ii. Photographs can be
mado on cloudy days equal to those on sun
shining ones at
owing to the gigantic sky-light, which can
not bo surpassed In
NEW YOKK CITY.
Also on hand aline assortment ol gold and
walnut frames. All are invited to call aud
examine. Portraits In oil up to life size and
aquarelles ol tho highest finish, for which
mcdula havo been awarder
Gallery on Sixth street, between Com
mcrcl.il and AYatdilogton avenues, Cairo,
Illinois. 12-10 tf
TltUSTEE'S SALE. '
WiliillXAS Mathcw D. (lunterby his sale
mortirui'e dated October 7. 1872. and re
corded Iu volume 7. of sale mortgage on
pago 111, In the ltccordcr's office of Alex
aimer cuuiuy, iiunuis, cynvuyeuio mo un
dersigned the following, to-wlt : A lease-
uoiii eMail) tor mo lorm oi nve l.'il years, in
ami to lots six (0), seven
(i) anu cik
lght (8), In
block three (fli In the first addition to the
city of Cairo, Illinois, commencing March
Its, I , under and bv virtue of a certain lease
hearing date, March 0, 1871, executed by S.
Stoats Taylor aud Edwin Parsons, trustee
of tho Cairo City Property to Peter A. Co
n.int, and by said Peter A. Conant. with the
written consent ot said Taylor and Parsons,
assigned to said Muthcw . Qunteron the
.'list of -May, 1872, together with all the Im
provements thereon, belonging to the said
(iuntcr of every kind and naturo soever, in
cluding mill fixtures, engines, hollers, burs
and other fixtures appertaining and belong
ing to tho mill building thereon situate; to
teeuro tho payment of u certain promlesorr
noto in said mortgage specified : Now un
der tho provisions ot said sale mortgage, de
fault having bceu made In the payment of
tec note theroln mentioned, the undersigned
will oiler said property for sale at auction,
to the highest bidder, for cash,
ut the court hotue door, Cairo. Illinois, at 2
o'clock p.m. on SATURDAY THK 24TM
DAY OF JANUARY, A. O. 1874.
llK.Mty L. 11ALL1DAV,
Mortgagee aud Trustee,
(ircen t Gilbert, Attoruoys.
TRUSTEE'S S ALU.
WllUltilAS, MathowD. Gunter, bachelor,
by his sale motgagc, dated March 13th. 1871,
aud recorded on pago 67 of book 7. of deeds
In tbo Recorder's olllco of Alexander
county, Illinois; And, whereas, Mathcw
D. Uuntcr und wife by their ssde mort
gage dated July 7, 1871, aud recorded on
pago71 ol book of deeds In tho Recorder's
olllco of Alexander county, Illinois, cou-
eyed to tho undersigned, the following de
scribed lots and properly, to-wlt : Lot thir-ly-nluu
(3:q In block thirty-two (32) and lot
twentv-ono 121) In block elirhtv-two tl). ull
In tho first addition to tho city ol Cairo ills.;
Al.-o a leasehold estate for tho term of ten
(10) years, In nnd to lots sixteen (1C) aud
seventeen (17), iu block sixteen (16) lu the
first addition to the city oi Cairo, Illinois,
commcucliig December 5, 1370, under ami
by virtue of a certain lease bearing date
December 5, 1670, executed by W. C. and
II. C. Johns, trustees lor AVra. Martin,
to the said MathowD. Uuntcr, together with
all and slngulur the buildings and Improve
incuts of every kind or naturo soever
situate on said lots, sixteen (16) and seven
teen (17) bolonging to said Guntcr, to-wlt
ono (Iwclllug house, ono store and dwellliy
house, ono mill building with mill fixtures,
engine, boilers, burs and other fixtures ap
pertaining and bolonging thereto, to secuic
tho payment of certain promissory notes lu
said two mortgages specified : Now, under
the provisions ot bothot tuid sale mortgages
default having been mado in the payment
ot tlio notes lu tlicm mentioned, the under
signed will oiler said property for sale, at
auction, to tbu highest bidder, tor cash, at
the court house door. Cairo, Illinois, at 2
o'clock p.m. on SATURDAY, THE 2ITII
DAY OF JANUARY, A, I). 1874.
llKMHY L. llALI.IDAY,
Mortayce aud I'm. lee
Green & Gilbort, Attorneys.
1 will attend at the following times and
places lu tho scleral precincts in this county
Iu conformity with law, for tho purpose
ol reeelviii'- iho stale and county tuxes for
tio year lSiM, us follows, to-wlt;
lu Unity precinct, at thu liouso ol AVilliam
Holdcn, Monday January 10, 1874.
In llelcwood precinct, at Dr. Jones' store,
Toledo, Tuesday,. laniury 20, 1874.
In Clear Creek precinct, at Murchildon ,V
Cnlloy's storo, mouth of cretk, Wednes
day, January 21, 1871.
Iu Thebes precinct, at J. G. RoHwiug's
store.Thcbos, Thursday, January 23, 1874.
In Santa I'u precliict. at V. It. Andersou's
storo, Ssnt.i Fo, Friday January 23, 1874.
In oooso Maud precinct, at O. Greenley's
storo, (iooao Isl.iud, Saturday. January
lu Dog Tooth product, at the house of N.
llunsackcr, Tuesday, January 27. 1874.
In South Cairo precinct, at tno office ol J,
(. Herman, Cairo, Weduosday, January
In North Cairo precinct, at the court house,
Cairo, Thursday, January 211, 1874.
Section No. 15i of the amended revenue
law of this state requires that levy by the
collector upon the personal property of the
tux payer bo mado for the noii-payineut ol
personal taxes on or before tho 10th dy of
Section No. 177, provides that all taxes
upon real estate remaining unpaid on the
10th day of March uexl, shsll be deemed
Tax. payers will bear In. initio" these
chaugci, as the law will be vigorously en-
IIo sure tolbriBjf your title paper
last years tax receipts with you. that no
rors in paylug taxes may oeeur;
... , -ja . ,, -,.ii .....
Ouwo, j. Dec., !1, 1873. dsw-M