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OhdKKViiu'a urrio, Cmho, III.,
January 13, 10:11 p.ui lsJ. (
urometer, 30:1:9 degrees.
Tbeiwouioter, 32 degrees.
Wind N. W. Velocity 1H rallet perhnir.
Maximum tetnpersture lor last " botin,
allbltnuuitetuperaliire fortbe U12I hours,
Prevailing wind for last 21 hours, N. W.
Total number of mlln traveled by wind
Jutlng la.t'lt hours, 20.1.
Observer SUual ."ierv.Ce, U. H. A.
.A. T ?EE 3U 1ST EXT '.MI.
Mtcttt I), lias utTr
HEAD It BAD! ItttAli I
the fourth week
or Tilt fkori r's rAVoKiie,
b'ANNY li. PRICK.
And her Slsr Combination.
WKDNKbDAY KVF-, Ju, 11, la7J,
V 111 1.4 presented lbs Ileautltill iltkt
ilfKtin, entitled the
I'KARL OF SAVOJT,
Or, u Mother' I'rujer!
jiiUfi: Mlii Fanny It, Price.
'ft Cuncl'idu with tlie fnfCO of
JSI.AHIKR AND CI! ASH Kit-
S MPHON SLASHER, Mr K.I. Harry.
.Fatally CircU CO Cts
Kesorvwi Seels la family circle... 5 UU.
.Hosts $1 00
Itesorved Bests can be procured at 1).
liartman's, without Kxtba Cuatiue.
Doors open at T o'clock ; Commencing at
LOOK OUT FOR FUN.
To be ghcu by the
AT WASHINGTON HALL,
.MONDAY, JANUAKY tilth, 1874.
TICKKTS OXB DOLLAR.
Kaeb ticket entitles the holdrr to a
dunce In the raffle for a 30
GOLD 11KADK1) CANK.
Tickets for ssle at Paul ft. .Sckuh's, i:, A
V. Uu.ter's, M.J. McUauley's ami .1, Hur
ler's. Wm. Ludw in,
tt l-12w Com. of Arrangements.
CAIRO CITY GAS CO.
200O bushels ol
Delivered in any part of the citv
Tweulv-nve bushels for TWO DOLLAR:?,
ttf l-c-lni 11. T. Or.not:i.i, Sitpt.
AND DKALKIt IN
. YVESH MEAT,
iigutu Stub it, UrrwBur Wabuimotod
AJTD OOMMBBOIAL AmVM,
itlJoltUstw BUUeakauc u Ummrnr '
Kp lbs bwl or !, Pork, Muttoa Veal
Lamb, Satiate, sis., sad aro piprd to utt-ve
Ituaaa in lbs roost ooesptablr msoonr.
( ITT NATIONAL HANK UU1KUIKO.
tJTSpflclal attention paid to order bom
UamhoatM, night or day.
(Hu.'uewor to Jauiei Kynastou,)
tliUltltslH AMI) DXALBB IN ALL KlMCS OF
COHNKM MtNKTKNTU AND FOl'LAH STtJ.,
day and daughters only the beat cattle,
i but and sheep, and la prepared to fill any
lomiod for freth meats from one pound to
urn thousand pounds.
HYLAND & SAUKH,
AND CIAIJI US IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
l.uiuer 10th street and Commercial aveuu
next door to the llyland saloon.
11-10 tf. CAIRO, ILLH.
AND DXALKH IN
ALL KINDS OF FHKSH A1KATS
er far. TwrutlelU Nlreet urt t'om
lluys and slaughters only tho bent Cuttle,
ilogs and Sheep, and Is prepared to nil or.
jurn for KretU Meats from one to ten thou
mt imiinri. l.'HU
BEMIS, BKO., & CO.,
AOKNTtf Horn Cotton Mimb
NO. 80 Oklo Leyss, Cairo, Ills.
CAIRO LOCA L JfEWS.
M ISCKLI-ANF.OL'S l.OCA 1,S.
Neit Monday evening January l'.Kh,
tlio Dulta City Cornet band's i;rand tnw
quoradu ball wilt Lo hold. Muy a ticket.
A aubitantial new two story brick
Lmifiuii Lciuie on the lott at tlm comer of
Twentieth and Poplar ttrcots is almost
cotiiplotiiJ. It it a reat iinprovetiient to
On Monday evening a brakemau uu
the Cairo and Vlticennei r.iad hid an arm
badly LtnlioJ vrbiU In tba m tcl ruiipltn
can on Commercial avenue. No bonsi
were brokeu, but tho (Usb wn l.ftiloJ,
lu announcitic r public iiilklation
for Ut nibt of Calio Kncamptnetil 1.0
O K , we made a grate mtithk, The in.
tiillutloii wai not Intended to bu public,
and the notica wai intended for the Infnr
uintlon of the weiubf of the orr, and
no one elie.
-Notlre -All uivtubel of the liumark
Uund who art lu arrears aro hereby nutl
tied to come up and fettle at onru, Hh
erwite their policial will beforfvitcd,
Wil. K. KEUCiiixntnuEK, Aent.
Orllce, with II. MeyjM, ',2 Ohio lorce.
- C'oniiderablM freight wa ihippd from
lhi city vln tho Cairo, Arkansas and
Texan railroad yoitcrday. A coiiJurable
uantity of Cotton, solus of it ontinrd to
parttei lu tbii city, and tbr rcit for tt
shipment to New Orleans, PHtno in ytiter.
day, and will be forwsrded lo-day.
It should not ho forgotten that a
tpoi'ia) train villi leuro tho foot of Ser
entb Uttut tills eventU at mven o clock,
for the accommodation of those of our
poopk who deilro to attend the oxorci'Oj
at.Stokot' hall in Mound City t bit even
ing. The train will rottirn to Cairo inline
dlately after the entertainment I over.
A public installation of tho newly
electod ollicert cf Cairo Encampment, I.
O, O. K. will take place at Odd-Fellows'
hall, over D. Arler't ttoro, this evening.
All members ot the order, tbair families
and friends nro requested to govern them
It J. II. (iofSM.ijr, .Scribe.
The i;as lamp in Iront of llarlman's
store, at the corner of Sixth street and
Commercial avenue, is "badly out of re
pair," in fact there is nothing but the
post left, the lamp having been ontiroly
demolisheJ. Thin being the case tho ques
tion arise.', whose husinoss it it to rcplaco
the lamp7 We suggest to llaitman that
he ask too mayor.
Tho annual meeting of the l'riibyte
rian church and society will bo hold on
Thursday evening of this week, at the
church. In connection with it, tho ladies
of the church will bold their society socia
ble. Tho rental of pews will take place
at this time. All desiring pern will
please romember tho timo and place. No
promlumt will be asked on tho pews.
Mrs. E.K. Workman oilers her erv
ices to tho ladies of Cairo and vicinity as
a tuacbor In the art of making "Wax
l'lower. I'or terms and specimens, the
refer to llnrclay's prescription drugstore,
corner Klgtith street and Washington av
enue, where orders fur Flowers may alto
bo left. Ladles wishing lessons will pica1
learo their addrcft at tie ttoro or giv
notico through post oilice drawer No.
253, Cavo, Ills. -ii 1.8-1 m
A meeting wm hold yeterday after
noon at which was present Mr. Aztel,
representing the Cairo, Arkansas and
Texas railroad, Mr. Wm. Stratton, for
Stephen llird,and Col. S: S.Taylor, for tho
Cairo uity property company. From
what littio wo could gather concerning
thu meotiny it was for the pr.rpoio of
making nrrnngemonts for tho
extension of the Cairo, Akunsat and
Texas road to Uird's Point, and to come
to an understanding concerning wharf
rights, ferry privilegot, etc. If wu are cor
ly agreed upon, and tho papers drawn up
and will bo signed to-day. Tho company
will at ouco go to work to extend tbo
track to tho point, whore a substantial In
cline piano will bo put in. Tho
company will also run their own
ferry boat, transferring all their own
freight and passengers. Tho work of ex
tending tho road will bo pushed to com
pletion with all possible basto, and Is ex
poctcd to bu completed within a month or
The attendance at tho Athenoum last
night to witnois tho play of "Hollo of tho
Faubourg," v. at not, so to spuuk, largo.
However, all things considered it was not
small. Tho Masons and Odd-Follows, of
whom in a groat mensuro tbo audhncts at
the Athenoum have been goneriilly com
posed, both held nieotinga laittnigbt, at
which nearly all tbo mombors weru pres
ent. Tho playing, however, from llrst to
latt was excollont, and deserved a lari;o
audlenco to witness It. To-night by ro
quest of a largo .number of our play
going pooplo, Miss I'rtco has contented
to protcnt for tho second and last timo
In this city, tho beautiful drama entitled
"Pearl of Savoy, or a mothor's prayer."
This, is beyond doubt uno of the most
beautiful dramas over put uu tho stage;
and Miss l'rlco cortalnly ha no rival In
the leading charactor. This play is worth
seeing and should bo well patronitod, Tho
untorlalnmout will concludu with- tbo
laughable farco ontitled " Slather aud
Crusher," with Mr. Harry in tho rolo of
"Sampson Slasher, " and Mr. Murray an
Mr. Win. Corroll mid wife of Anns,
uro ut tbo St. Charles.
Oupt. C. C. l'roisou und lady, of Uox
tor, Missouri, uro In tho city.
dudgo l'idgoon of Pulitski county,
wat down to Cairo yosterday.
County Clork Lynoh had not yost'or-
day roturnod from St. Louii.
Mr. Thus. Orrall, of Hoiton, ownorof
tho Walnut taw mills in this city, I flop
ping at tho St, Cbarlo tmtol.
THK TAIKl) DAILY
fUm h .'Ay, of Ciieyvillo, Ken
tucky wm rgiitra.i tt the fit. Charts!
Jack Hudges and .luhn ' Urown of
Unity, were In the illy yesterday. They
were Bttetuliiiij tu blMllie-S at tin court
Mr. I). Ilanchbtt, mnhuger of tbo
Fanny Price theatrical combination, ii
still cnnllnei to hit rmuuby licknctt,
IIowoer,Lu was soini bolter yesterday,
and hope! toon to be about kgaiu,
Among the more promliient arrival'
at the St Charlet di.tel yettoiday woro
tho t'ollowitig i ,1 A (loddard, Cinclnnutli
.1 A .) Smith, l'ittiLurK! J (! McLean and
.1 H Hryant, Steamer Idlowlld A Woods,
il. ),, and (I W Crr, l'febury, JllinoTa;
t M Davis, Louisville, WrtU Taylor.
Ml.l Nalliu linkl, Uti ul ChUai'.o,
Imviug ac. opted the poiiilon of teathr In
the cclored uliujl at thu corner of Nine
teenth and Walnut llruu'u, arrived in thu
city juftenlty, aud an Monday next v. ill
byjn hnr nnjt hi au.'b. Mltl llalika
bears thu reputation of liuntj an en'al
Win, Vrazier and Marnrel Davli, a
young couple from UatUrd county, Ken
tucky, came to Cairo i.n Monday and were
married. Tbo"old folk were opposed to
the match, but William and Margaret
ilolo a march ii tlutu, and arriving lu
tbU city, procured thu servicei of a " le
gally mitliori.'.od purly, who tied thu mat
rimonial knot aud i-inl Ibeiiit'ii their way
ITK.MS AHOUT Till: t'OI'HTS.
Duck Williams, arreited on a chargo of
larcotiy, will be tried lefore Judge llrois
-In Police Mgilrutu fiird's court
l'ntrlck Fitrpatrick and Frank Wall were
trlod for lielrijj drunk. Fit.patrick wat
fined ono dollar and coils of proceedings,
which ho paid. Wall wat discharged.
In the circuit court yesterday John
Minabao, white, and Jamet Doiaoy and
John Ulbion, colored, were tried on a
charge ot robbery. Tho dofuusu wat con
ducted by Mc!ir.. O. Flshor and H.
Black, and tbo prosecution by County
Attorney Pope. The trial occupied the
greater portion of the day and it ?ai lato
in the afternoon when the caso was given
to the jury. Hut the jury was not long
in making up their minds, for aflur an
absence of lott than half an hour they re
turned into court, and their verdict was
road. The priionort woro found guilty,
and tentenced to 11 vo years each in the
penitentiary. Delany and Olbioti, tho
colored men, were much disappointed
wheu the verdict was announced ; but
Manuhan said nothing, and did not teem
to feel much concerned either ono n'ay or
tho othor, Mr. Fisher entered a motion
for n new trial.
Cairo, Jan. I'.', 1673.
Kditok Uui.lktin: We are indobtod
to the kindness of Capt. Sandusky of this
city for a ride over the river on tbo trans
fer boat, 11. U. aicComb, yesterday after
noon. Our party was a pleassnt one; con
fining of C. It. Woodward aud family,
Mrs. Woodward of Chicago, and others.
At near at wo can judge tbo time, it took
the boat about ono half hour to cross over to
Kecnville, which it a sorry, tumblo-down
sort of a looking place. It is neither
town nor village, as it contain only a
vory few poor huts. Tho boat toot on a
train of four cirf, thrco passongers and
ono Pullman palace car. Tbo conductor
kindly invited ut to abandon tbo pilot
houe and take seats in the car. Tho day
being an execedincly bright one, tho air
cool and bracing, we all pronounced the
trip a vnry enjoyable one, and will cheer
fully respond to tLspolito i. ptnln's Invi
tation of "come again." X X.
and dttputurtti lor tho 21 Lour.- eudtni; altl
li. in. Ui-t oveuliu;
Steamer F P Oracey, Columbui
" Jim Fisk, Paducab
' Hen Franklin, Cincinnati
" Mollie Mcoro, St LouU
" Atlantic, St Louis
" Jno Kllgour, Cincinnati
" Wild Duck, St J-ouN
" , Uolfatt, Vlcksburg,
Steamer F P Uracy, Columbus
Jim Fisk, Paducab
" Fannio Lowls, Hod river
" Hon Franklin, Aloinphlt
" It A Habbago, Grand Tower
" Jno Kllgour, Now Orloan;
" Wild Duck, Pittsburg
'! iloll'ast, St Louis.
The the in'tho Ohio river at this port
in tho 21 hours ending at six o'clock last
evening was IJ.t Jlut at it it. falling
above, it Is probably on a stand this morn
ing. With each succoodlng day tho con
dition of tho Mississippi becomes worso
and worso. It it falling slowly; and In
oonioquenco of tho already vory low
ttago of water, it is oitromly buKsc-irdout
to attempt to intend that stream as far n
Tlio Mollio Moore arrived with 018 tout,
and will 1111 out bore and below for Now
Tho Kllgour was deeply lndou and
added nothing hero,
Tho lion Franklin had 100 tout on Arri
val, and added CO balou hay, 100 Libia Hour,
etc., and 40 head of stock for Memphis.
Tho Wild Duck has two barges iron oro
James Kelly, pilot or tbo Holfast quits
the boat ut thit port to tako u berth on
t'm Ureat Uopublic. Pilot Fred Volt,
takot hit place on tbo Uclfast.
Tho St. LouU 'Globe' of yesterday says:
Iho river it falling slowly, tho dcclfno
being about two Inches within tbo latt
twonty-four hours. The woutber was cold
und partly cloudy yostorduy, aud tbo
wind camo from tho southeast, which
chlllod evoryhlng; and wo may say that
yesterday wai a dltsgrooablo day over
head, nd particularly ;to for builnen, I
..men was aimou at a ttana-siiil. The
boats that did leave bad Heht trips, but
several hold uvrfor noon to-day, on ac
count of the want of freight, Uatot . aro
The St. Louis 'Times' Jays
Capt. ('has. McQuoid propoies to tho
city council to tako charge of and run lie
harbor boat for $10,000 a year. He it an
old boatman, having been on the river as
rnato and master for thirty ycart. Capt.
McOjioid commanded the I.ioneir, Homer,
Cherokee and Fulton, and is one of the
bott towt.oatmon out West.
Capt. JudWoit came up from Cairo
Sunday, and roturns to-day. Ilu l mak
ing up a tow of 5,000 tontol Carbondale
coal, and leaves Cairo with It for Now
Orleans with his It. A Habbago Tbiip
day. Thu Ojiirbita rivsr is falling at I'aiuJcn,
with (even feet in I In chatinol
Hiram PuDdletoti, who broko a leg on
thu third of last June, whilueugat;ed with
thu Nabvil!e Parkut company, and has
been Kid up hi thu marine hospital ut
that place ur since, has rulurnod in good
order and well condition, and was heart
ily greeted by old frionds. Pen tpeakt
In teitiii of pralsu ol the kind treatment
ho received from tho binds of Capt. Hen.
F. Kgan arid othor old river fcjomK
As an instance showing thu superiority
of thu Mlmlisippi river at a means of
trurnportatlon over all othor water
routes, or in fact all routes whatuer, and
the following from tho Now Orleans
Tlmei' will be found Interesting
"The littio ovons, or healing hull,
culled canal boats, which ply in tho Krie
canal from Hull'alo to New York, carrv
from 0000 to 8000 bushels of bulk grain
at the rato of tbroo milos uu hour. Hy
way of contrast, we mention the fact that
tho'steamor Mary Alioo and bsrgei will
bu in port sometime to-day,oighl days out
from St. Louis, with a c.ir'go consisting of
2'.i,&4" packages and 41,01" bushols of corn
in bulk. This is what the Miesiisippl
rlvor can do on atllght etlbrt in mid-win-tor,
and wo invite the attention of the
congressmen now in our city to it. When
tr.e obstructions to our commerce aro ro
moved, and the Fort St. Phillip canal is
built, wo ehall have arrivals like this from
tho West overy day in the year.'
Fort Hknt. On Commercial avenue,
ono large room furnished or unfurnished
tultablo for sleeping room for guntleman
and wifo or two gontlonion. Apply at
Huli.k n.v office 3n-i.1n.lm
LF.MON AND OHANOK.
Dr. Prico's special flavorings of lemon
and orango aro made from tbo fruit, and
have their grateful, agrooabla taste with
out tho turpentine odor which Is obsorved
in those extracts usually sold, undo from
poitonous oils, acids, and tatto tharpened
by Cnyor.no pepper. Wo advife tboso who
wish choice, pure extracts, to buy Dr.
Price's. They are, like his Cream Uakiog
Powder, all that Is represented, really gen
ulno, almost alone In tho market in theso
important respects. 1-liJ.dA'wlw
Somktui.no Nkw. 1 bavo improved
and perfected a now process by which the
Kerrotypo it brought out equal to tho best
Photographs, and more durable. Copies
from paintings and engravings made fully
equal to the original in appearance, the
lightt and tbades brought out with re
markablo appearance, so thtt nothing
surpasses the beauty and natural expres
sion of tho picture. And In fact any old
pictures aro copiod by this process so as to
look, as well or ueuei Mian tlio .r:,i..i
picture. Tboso having old pictures or
ehoice paintings or engraving! for prcs
rcts, cannot do better than avail them-
e ves of this remarkable improvement.
J. J. Tllo.MA, Photographer,
Corner of Eighth street and Commercial
Dii. J. W. HhliiMAN treats all diieaees
that provail in this climate, but ho will
glvu special attention to diseases of tho
"bronchial tulo., lungs nnd their tis
sues.' UronchltU, bronchial and tuborcu
lar consumption and pulmonary apoplexy
treated by inhahuiou of nobull.cd fluids,
medicated airs, gatei, vapors and powders.
Consumptives, although your dlieato
stand at the bead of all disuases, both in
prevalence and fatality, thuru is liopo for
you yot. Cheer up. Office hours from 10
a. 111. until 3 p. in,
J. W. llllKIMA.V, M. D.
Orlice and midenco, Twelfth street
between Walnut and Colar, Cairo, 111
P. O. box 82G. . 21-dVw4t
The 11 C Yougor brought "2 hhds su
gar, 1,022 bbls rice, 50 sacks collet, CO do
tail, 10 bbls molaascs, .'1 casks prunes, for
thu Illinois Central, add has 'J 17 hhds tu.
gar, luO kegs toda, 2!i cu.sks hottlet, and IS
pkgs liquors for St. Louis.
Tho Ashland, sunk lately in tliu Arkan
sas rivor, and ralssd by tho It M Dugan,
goos to Mound City for repairs.
Tbo W. J. Lewis brought about 20
tons of groceries for Cairo merchants, but
made light additions horu.
Tho Louisville brought a big cargo ami
made light additions horu.
The Arlington hs 1,120 bales cotton
for tbo Ohlb rlvor.
THK ST. CHAULES IIOTKL
Thu undersigned having resumed tho
management of tho above botul, trust by
strict attention to business, to thu wauts
und comforts of their guosts, to merit tho
renewed favor of thoir old patrons and tho
traveling public In general.
Tho Saint Chariot will at onto uudorgo
a thorough ronovatlon, aud bo much im
proved in all its appointments.
Uood samplo rooms and special rate1 for
All baggago for guests convey oil tu and
from the hotel freo of charge.
jKWKrr Wilcox & Co., Proprietors.
My cottago and lot between Ninth and
Tenth on Walnut streot. This U ono of
tbo llnott cottagot in tho city, containing
four good rooms and vorandah in front of
bouso; also, good cistern nnd out-door
building. Tho above cottage will be
sold for cash only, but at a good bargain.
Imjulro of . P. H. Saui,
20-0-Ot 102 Commercial avenue.
Tkn pounds of browu sugar fur $1; 8
pounds host cofl'00 sugar at $1 ; 4 pounds
of choice buttor at $1 ; '.) cunts for lard;
Iroporial tea at $1 ; Potatoes 30 cunts per
pock ; apples -I.) conts, At Wilcox's block
JANUARY 14, J874.
SPECIAL LOOAL NOTIOK.S
Tbr. European hotel, Harry Walker
proprietor, Is opou at all hours of the
Am. kinds of gamo constantly on hand
at Harry Walker's, Commercial avenuo
between .Seventh and Klgbth strcots.
1 1-7-1 Ml
Pott uas aud stoarn fitting go to Ken
nle's Vulcau Iron works, Commercial
avenue, foot of Ninth street U-10-tf
Fok good square mol go to Harry
Walker's restaurant, Commercial avenue
betweuii Soventb and Kigbth street, Im
I'nK Saik. -Saw mill on I. (!. It. It.
Terms easy. Address
lJ-.lAw.a T. II. Fakke.v, I'llln, 111.
SrtAHT V 1 1 110 1 sun oflor their stuck ut
Cents' litis) at; prl. es to vtlect an entire
cliaranru within tlily days. We want to
go out of thu bat husibeii. Cume early
for bargains gentlemen. ;il- II 'It,
Notiok Is hereby given that I wilt pay
no bills fur goods sold to any of the em
ployes of Tun C.uiio Kullktin, either
or themselves or fur the utii of the office
unless tbu same are furnished on an order
llgned by Mr. Harnett or myself.
l'2-vtr-ly John H. Okkri.y.
Drs-iOLi tio.v or PAnTSKKHiii1. --Tho
t'O-partaersbip heretofore existing be
tween us is this day d.'ssolvod by mutual
consent; Daniel Mlllor assumes tho pay
ment of all debit duo and owing by tbo
firm of Smith & Miller and alono is
authorir.d to collect wlmtover Is duo tbo
llrrn. Da.mi:i. Mir.i.Kn,
Cairo, Jan., S, 1374. 32-1-1 l-:!l
I'll K barber shop Is on tbo corner of
Kigbth street and Commercial avenue
Vfliero J. Ueorgo Sticnhouso with his gen
tlemanly assistants can be found at any
hour of tho day or night, ralv to aootho
your leellngs with a smooth shave, or cool
your temper and head with a good sham
poo. It it a Brst-class shop, and you aro
sure of receiving llrcl-cluss treatment.
Ladies' and children's hair cut or curled
after the most approved styles. S-lS-lf
At Co-t. Having taken exclusive pos
session of my store, to closo it out, I of
fer my entire stock at wbolcsalo prices
at wholesale or rofall ; consisting lu part
of a large variety of canned frult, pplces,
baking Dowdori, sardines, lobsturi, teas
and ovory article usually kept in a first
class family grocery. Also wooden and
willow waro; a large usortruenl of sad
dles and harness, bits, bridles, maps,
brushes, whips, otc, etc. Terms strictly
cash. All persons indebted to me aro re
quested to call and settle tt.c'ir acrounts.
4v D. Aktkr.
Second-hand clothing, watches, jewolry,
pistols, A-?., bought nnd sold. Opposlto
Cairo and Vinccnncs railroad depot.
20-7-tf M. Coy.nk.
The oUico of city treasurer is moved to
tho corner ot Washington avenue and
Blgnioonin siteot ai. . U,n Jim Trus
tees of the Cairo City Property.
Titos W. IlAi.Ltn.vr,
Cairo, Jun , 10, Citv Trcniirer.
Two Uatterlea of two Duller, each '.'4
feot long, -2 Inch Dram, i! 14 Inch Flues
with tiro fronts. Mud and Steam drums
Safety und Mud valves, Chimney and
Uritchin, all complete nud in first-class
ordor; boeti usud only three months. For
prico, etc., inquire of J. T. Hknnik,
il-33-tf. Vulcan Iron Works.
I will sell my houso and lot on Commer
cial avenuo abovo Fourth street (lot 3
block 1,")) nt a bargain. Tho house con
tains nine large rooms, including a large
bar-room. To any ono wishing to pur
chase I will tell on good terms and easy
payments. Wm. McCokmii k.
SO d&w lm
On Suvonth street, Cairo, Illinois, ono
of the moat beautiful homesteads In tho
city,; consisting of two lots handsomely
enclosed, tot with Mowers, cvergroons,
shrubbery, u., A'c ; a well built and neatly
funishnd cottago containing seven rooms
cellar, cittern, wood bouse, wash houso'
bath huUfoHiid coal house, with gass and
overy convenience. Apply to
John (J. 11 a km ox & Co ,
Keal EU 11 to Agents.
January, 1H74. H-1-lm
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE
llappy relief tor young men from' ttie cf
feels ot errors aud abuses lu early life. Man
hood restored. Imnodlmeiits to' luarriuu'e
removed. New method of treatment. New
and remarkable reiucdlos. Hooks and cir
culars sent free, In sealed envelopes, Ad
dress, Howard Association. No. t! South
Nluth etrcct, Philadelphia, Pa. ail Institu
tion having 11 high reputation for honorable
conuue.i ami proiowuouai skin, iikci iuvwoui
woruet- Twelfth Btreet and YVMhtuttou Ave
,T. G. HU ELS,
(Lato of St. l.oul,)
HOOK HINDER AND HUNK HOOK
ULAN K llOOKS or every ttescrlptloii done
with noatnoas und dispatch.' All kluds of
ruling douo at short uotlce, Ulbles, Music,
Slae-azlnos and Periodicals bound neat and
t the lowest poaslblo rates.
County work, such as ltecord, Docket
Fee UoQlca, lllaliks, eto,. mado u tpoclalty.
lloxes, Pocket liooks,Kiivolops, etc., inadd
1o order. H-'-l.
A. .1.11015, M.D.
Ofllco over Thoim ,t tiro's, feroee'ry store,
No. 131 Commercial avenuo, corner Kigbth
slroot. Itusldenee corner Washington ave
nuo and Fourteenth streot.
Norici:, " '
The imiiutt meeting of the stockholders
of I ttf First Natl0n.1l Hank of Cairo for the
ilrctlon of directors, will be held at the of
lleo of laid bank In Cairo, 011 Tuedsy, Jan
uary 11, 1374, between the hours ol 10
a'rlock a III and 4. o'clock p.m.
Cms. CU.NNINCIIAM, Cashier.
C'Aino. UK. December 10, 1S7i. Id
lia. on bund, and for tale a large
(iuutlty of oak ami hickory wood, cut and
split, and leady for the stove. Also all
kinds of ion! which will be delivered in snv
part of the city 011 nhort not Ice. Leave or
ilein at coal ) ar.l, tin Cuiuiiier.-ljl avenue,
opposite h'lev'entli sheet. Die, (Win
The vt-ll-.novu binlne-s rtuu.l ol Custcad
.1 Piovo, at the luotilh of Clearcresk, Alex
under county, Illinois, situated In one of
the Uiieit agrleulfur.il districts or the West,
and with a well-established trade. This will
bo I01111.I a rare oppot (unity rur an energetic
The premises consist of a store '.'0X10 feet
a dwelling of eight rooms, well ruruUhed
and conveniently airauijed, good cisterns
slid all nece.ssry ottt-bulldlngs, and one
acre or bud. Tomn liberal. Apply or
sddren, Wm. Ci'stcau,
l2-'.i.ltii- tlAw. (Mecarcreo Liiidlnir, Ills.
Hoot and shoe maker, Tweu h street, bo
ttveen Wahlnglou avenue and Poplar
Mieel.l. prepared to make boots ana shoes
(11 thu latest and most fashionable t)tct,
lie will 111 uke thcui to order, old or new
t)!es to suit customers, out or the hi: and
freshest stock, of which he alvvajs ,n.is a
good supply on hand from which to muko
tclcctloiis. All ftttlug of boots and shoes
made by Mr. Khler Is dona in his own shop
no foreign fitting being used by him.
Give hi 111 a call, and he will give you satis
faction. WILLIAM WINTKlt
has hU mammoth Instrument shooting out
Imperial photographs forChrlstmai presents,
at the rate of one a minute. Persons desi
rous of having a hauddincly painted picture
and purely artistic lu tluUb, should ulve
their orders lu scasan. Photograidis can be
made on cloudy days equal to those 011 tin
shining ones at
owing to the gigantic sky-light, which can
not be surpassed in
NEW YOUK CITY.
AKo on hand aline assortment nt gold and
walnut frames. All arc invited to call and
examine. Portraits in oil up to life size and
aquarelles of the highest II11M1, for which
medals have been awarder
Gallery on Sixth street, between Com
mercial and Washington avenues, Cairo,
Illinois. 12.10 tr
WliniiKAs Mathcw I), (iiiutcr bv hlMsale
mortgage dalod October 7. 1S7', nud re
corded in volume . of Mile mottgages 011
page 111, In the lteuorder's olllooot Alex
ander county, Illinois, conveyed to thu un-
ucrsignou me louovviug, io-wu : A lease
hold ct-latu for the term ol live (.') years, in
and to lots six (0), seven (7) und eight (8). in
block I In cu (I!) In tho tlrsi addition to the
city of Cairo, Illinois, commencing March 0,
lbil, under and bv virtue of a certain leasu
bearing date, March l), IS' I, executed by S.
Stunts Taylor and ICdvvln l'arrous, ti'Uatccs
of the Cairo City Property to Peter A. Co
mint, and bv said Peter A. CoiianL. with Uie
written consent of said Taylor and Parsons,
aliened to said Malhuvv D. Ountcrou the
:ilst of May, lt72, togothorwlth nil tho lm-
provemcuu increou, ueloliln to II10 al(l
(iunlcr of every kind and uaturu xoever, lu-
ciuuiiig nun nxmrci, engine., iimicr, uurn
aud other fixtures appcitaliiing ami belong
ing 10 wio 111111 nuiiumg inercnu i-ltuale; to
hcciiro the payment of n certain promissory
note in saia mortgage t-pccuieu : .owuu
dcr the Drovlslonn ot i-ald sale iiior.'ai.'. .Ir
fault having been made In the payment of
tcu note tiicrein mentioned, uie undersigned
win oner saiu nropeny lor haio ut auction,
to tho highest bidder, for cah,
at the court house door, Cairo, Illinois, at 2
o'clock p.m. on SATUHDAY THK 24TH
VA t)r' JAM Alt V, A, I. 1S74.
llKNItV L. IIai.i.ii.a V,
JIort(;af,'Cii ami Triltt'P.
rirccn Oflbert. Afroriicvfi.
WlIK.ltKAB, Mathcw D. Gimter, bachelor,
by his sale motgage, dated March tilth, lh71,
and recorded on pago 07 of book of deeds
In the Itecorder's ollice or Alexander
county, Illinois; And, whereas, Mathcw
D. Gunter und wire by their sale mort
gago duted July 7, lST'l, und recorded on
page 74 ol book 'A of deeds in tho Iteeordei's
ollice of Aloxundcr county, JIIIiioIj, con
veyed to tho undersigned, the following de
scribed lots and property, to-vvit : Lot thlr-ty-nlno
(",'.!) In block thirty-two (32) and lot
twonty-ono (21) In block eighty-two (82), all
In tho II rt addition to the city oi Cairo Ills.;
Also 11 leasehold cstatofortno term of ten
(10) years, lu and to lots sixteen (10) and
seventeen (17), in block sixteen (10) in tho
first addition to thu city ot Cairo, Illinois,
commencing Doceinhcr 5, 1370, under and
by virtue or 11 ceitain lease bearing date
December 5, 1870, executed bv W. O. and
11. C. .lohns, trustees lor Win. Martin,
to the said MutbewD.(iuntcr,togetherwlth
ull and singular tho buildings and Improve
ments of every kind or nature soever
sltuato nil said lots, sixteen (III) uud seven
teen (17) belonging to said Gunter, to-vvit :
ono dwelling house, ono stoic and dwelling
house, ono mill building with mill fixtures,
cuglno, boilers, burs and other tlxtures ap
pertaining and belonging thereto, to securu
the payment of certain promissory notes In
said two mortitajrcs snccilled : Now. tinder
the provisions ot both ot tuld sale mortgages
default having been nude In the payment
of thu notes In them inontloncd, the under
signed will oil'crsald property for bale, at
Hiiuuuii, to tuu lliuiitM. oiiiuer, turcasii, at
tho court houso door. Cairo, Illinois, at 2
o'clock p.m. on HATL'KUAY, Till' ilTU
DAY OF JAN I' Alt Y, A. 1). 1874.
llK.NKY L. llAI.J.II'VY,
Mortgagee and I'niatso
Green .t Gilboit, Attorneys.
1 will attend at tlio lollowlm: times and
places In tho scvcr.ilprccincts In this county
111 conformity with law, tor the purpose
ol receiving the state and county tuxes fur
the year 1873, uslollows, to-vvit:
lu Unity precinct, at the house ol Wliliam
Iloldcti, Monday January 10, 1871.
In llvr.luvvootl precinct, at Dr. Jones' store,
Toledo, Tuesday, Janutry 20, 1874.
In Clear Cruck precinct, ut Marchlldon A
Culloy's store, mouth of eretk, tSeilnes-
day, Jiiuuaiy 21, lt7J.
Ill Thebes pieeluct. " ' " ""'Iw''? 8
stiiro.Thobes, Tliiii-sd.iy, January 22, 1871,
lu Santa I'o precinct, at Y . 11. Anderson's
elore, aiit.4'o, Fililay Januaiy2S( 1871.
In (loll,.. Island precinct, at (1, (ircenlcy's
stoio. Goose Island, Saturday, January
lu Dog Tooth precinct, at tho house of N.
Huntackur, Tuesday, January 27. 1871.
In rjoutli Cairo precinct, ut too orllce ol J,
(. Harmon, Cairo, Wcduosday, January
In North Cairo precinct, at the court home,
Cairo, Thursday, .January 20, 1871,
Suction No. 131 of the amended revenue,
law or this state requires that levy by the
collector upon Iho personal properly ol the
tux payer bo made-(or the. non-payment ol
personal taxes on or hclore the lOlh da) of
Section No, 177, provides that all taxes
upon real estate remaining unpaid 011 the
10th day ol March next, shall bo deemed
'delinquent. , . , .
Tax payers will bear lit mind'' theso
changes, as tho law will be vigorously en
-lie suto to. bring your title papers or
last years tax receipt! with.' you, uai'uo er
rors lu paying tuxes uiay occur,
Ai.KX. II. Irvim, Collector.
('Aino, llli. Dec, 31, 1873. .Uwt.l
4th a hand Gift Concert
Kor the bentUt of the
PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KY.
OVKlt A MILLION IN HANK.
A FI'LL nitAWIVfl .ciiniru
ON TUESDAY,3lstof MARCH NEXT.
. ' """ 'ue general wisn aaj
.Yt,pf.tfttlnn nf th. ....1.17. 1 1 l . .
...... ......... . ,uo j.uuiiu buu ucsei uoia.
en 1 for the full payment of the mtgnlllesat
Kill", announced for the Fourth UrasjSl Olfl
the insnaL'cmpiit have determined to post
pone the Concert and Drawing until
TUESDAY, the .list uf Varoa 1874.
OVFHiA Mir.i.mw run i.inu
Aud have a great many agents jrt to bsar
Nn doubt Is entertained of the sultl
every ticket beTore the dravrlnr, but
..... ...w .i, .ac rum ui uu, iui unwisrwui
positively and urieqiilvoeally tak placa on
tho day now tlxcd, and It anv reaala
.M .).,. .... M .... 1t . ' . 1 r
will 1)0 reiluee.t in proiiortlon to the tiasold
Only ;o,M ticket Uv been sufed, aad
12,000 CASH QIFTa.
win be Oli-trlbutetl amoug the ticket hold
ers. The ticket aro piloted In coupons of
tcntfw, and all motions! parts will be repre
sented In the drawing Ji,t at whole ticket
list or oirrs.
One (Iraiid Cash ('.lit
Ono Orand Cash ttt .... .
One (Iraud Cadi (lift
One Grand Cash ... .,
Oue Orand Cash Gift
... 1)0 000
... BO 000,
... 17 600
.. 100 000
... 150 00O
... 40 000
... AO 000
... X! COO
10 cavil Uirt tlO.COO each ..
in f... I. ill,. r.
30 Cash Gifts
,V) Cash Gifts
SO Cash (Jilts
Us) Cash OiftH
ttoo Cash (ilrtx
325 Cah Gifts
11,000 Cash Gifts
1 000 each . .
.'.OOeaoh . .
400 each . .
:i(0 each . .
ICO each . .
fiO each . .
Total, 12.0CO Gifts all Cah, amount
htr tr ai fjvi am
- O .... . ........ ....V- .VW VW
The chancei for a Gift are as" oue to live.
lT.H'X. or TICKET.
Whole tickets .... rX) 00
Halves - 35 00
Tenths, or aeh',cotipau - . 5 00
11 Whole ticket for - - - 500 05
ill Tickets for ... - LflOO 00
113 Whole tickets for . 5,000 00
227 Whole ticket, for - 10,000 00
No discount on lens than 500 worth of
The Fourth Gift concortwlll be conducted
In all respects, like the three that hare al
ready been viven, aud lull particulars may
bo learned from circulars which Will be tent
frco Irom this ollice to all who apply for
Orders for tickets und applications lor
agencies will bo attended to In the order
they tiro received, and it Is hoped ther will
bo sent in promptly, that there may be no
disanofntmcnt ordelav In ttllinir all. Lib
eral terms arc given to those who buy to sell
again, aii .ikcms are presnptonauy re
quired (0 settle up their accounts and te-
ttirn an unsold ticket by ibeaosn aar or
March. THOS. K. BltAMIJCTTE.
Atfent Public Library, Ky., and Manager ol
Gift Concert, Public Library bnlldilif,
Pruipcftua for 1874-SEVESTHTEAst
An Illustrated Monthly Journal, universally
ndmlttcd to be the handsomest period
ical lu the World. A representative
and champion of American tatts.
Nor iou.Salk in Hook, ok Nkwb Stobes
The Aldlne, while iued with all Uie re
ularlty, has none of the temporary or time
ly Interest characteristic or ordinary peri
odicals. It Is un elegant miscellany or pure
light und graeelul literature ; and a collec
tion of pictures, the rarest specimen of ar
tistic skill, In black and White. Although
each succeeding number affords a fresh
pleasure to its friends, the real value and
beauty of 'liie Aldllie will be most appreci
ated alter It has been hound up at the close
ol the year. While other publications may
claim superior cheapness, us compared with
rivals ot u similar class, the Aldlne is au un
iquo and original conception alone and un
approached absolutely without conception
In price or character.
AIIT D K PA HTM E N T, ia:4.
The Illustration! of the Aldlne have won
a world-wide renutation. and in tlwart um.
tres of Europe it Is an admitted fact that
Its wood cuts are examples of tha htrhait
perfection ever attained. The coraatost
nreJildlce In favor ol "steel nlatca." la rn.
idly yicldlug to a mora educated and dis
criminating taste which rocognlies Ute ad
vuntigeH the advantages of superior artistic
iiuiity vmu Kreater laciiity or prnoueuon.
tne iiiiurieny uuteu piaietior itnt wiuoe
'jy Tbos. Moran and J. O. Woodward.
The Christmas Issue for 1874 will eontitn
special designs appropriate to the season,
by our best artists, aud will surpass in a
tractions any of Its predecessor.
PREMIUMS FOK U7L
Every subscriber to tlie Altline lor tn
year 1871 will receive a pair of chromes'
The original pictures were painted In oil to
Uie publishers or tne Aldlne. by Thorn
Moran, whose great olorado pictures and
purchased by congress lor teu tnouaad
dollars. The subjects w'ere chosen to rep
resent teu thousand dollars. The subjects
vvero chosen to represent "Die East" and
"Tho West."' One is u view lu the White
Mountains, Now Hampshire; the ether
glv es the Clltls of Oreen river, WyoislOK
territory. Tlie chromes are each worked
Irom thirty distinct plates, and are In slxe
(12x1(1) and uppearsuco extct (ac-ihuUes of
Nvvauk, N. J., Sept. 20, 187 1.
Messrs. .1 utiles, fcultou Jk Co. :
Gknti.kmk.v1 am delighted with the
prools in color ol your chremoi. They art
vvondcilully siicccssttil representations by
mechanical process or the orlglnslpalntfnirs.
Very respectfully, Tito. Moiu.,
These chromos are In every sense Ameri
can. They are br an orlnal Americaa pro
cess, witb msteilal 0 American manufac
ture, from doslgus of American scenery by
an American painter, and presented to sub-
(ciihers to tho first successful .American
Art Journal. It no better because ol all
this, they will certainly possess art interest
no lorelgn production can inspire, and nei
ther are tbey any tho worse If by reason of
peculiar laciuties or production wey cost,
the publishers only u trlllo. while coital in
overy respect to other chromos that art sold
singly for doubl 3 the subscription pries, ol
If any subscriber should indicate a pre
ferenco for a Dguro subject, the pablisbsrs
will send Thoughts ol Home" a new and
heatiful ehronio, 1420 Inches, represMtlntc
a littio Dalian exile whose spcakloy avis
betray the longing o! his heart. '
fi ir annum, In advance, with 0.1 Chro
mounted, varnished, and prepaid by mall.
inn Aiuiue will, iicicmiixr, u ouwuui
only by subscription. Thera will (Mt b re.
dueed or club ruto ; cash for subscrlptloas
must bo tent to tlie pubiianer uirsei, r
handed to the local canvasser, wltaoui rs-
SPOUSIUIIIIJ u) luo lniiiiwini, t.
eases where the ecrtweatss lssrtvua, Marar
08 atttsiivT ,7fw
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