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THIS CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, JANUARY 16, 1874.
LOCAL WEATHER REPORT.
lunTn'iOniu, CAiM.n)., J
January 11,10:11 p.ia., lb, 4. J
HuMUtir, 8C:2 dgrti.
ThaiBtoauUr, M degress.
Triad N. W. Valoelty 10 mil psr hour.
MirlHilTrr tor I mi 24 toutt,
MtabMiaUBMtUM lor th lasts hours,
PrT01i wlitd (or Ut 44 hours, M. W.
Tatal auaibtt of alls traveled by wind
during Ult M hour, 903.
Obaervsr MgMl Bsrvlc, U. 8. A.
UlDtftt D. UiKCBtTT.
HEAD I BEAD t READ I
THE FOURTH WEEK
or ti piorLi't tavobitb,
FANNY B. PRICE,
And hsr Star Combination.
FB1DAY XVX, Jan , 16, 1874,
Will be prawntsd th Thrilling drain ,
Jeania MIlsom.Lsdy Evri-
llgb, Madam Brwr MISS PRICE.
Th sntartalninent to Coudude with tbt
laugbablo farce of
THK SPECTRE BRIDEGROOM.
Parquett 76 Cti.
ytally OlreU 60 Cts.
Jtossrvad Seals la Family cIrcl...7S Cu.
Boiaa 4 oo
aLrved Boat caa b procured at D.
aartaian'i, witbout Kxtba Charub.
Door opa at 7 o'clock : Commencing at
Forty-xiftii report or the coaditi
riral Natioaal Dank f Ctlre. llliaois, i
f hatiaett December IS, 173.
a of lb
I th close
Lout and discounts--........
U. S. Beads to Hcura circuUlioa
U. Subcode aad securities oa
Other stocks, toads and Btort
Dim troea redectalag aad re
Due ftoat Mker aatieaal banks...
Irate (roa baakt aad banker. .
ami esute... . ...
Buralture aa4 fistures. .......
Tuea paid..-.. M
Cash Itetat, Iedudln( rtrenu
ataai ........ ..
i eaaa, tirrtacr...... ij.iTt ?
' cola IA
Capital Hack . . .100,000 00
Bxtaaafe, leureet, profit aad lose.. ",U1 II
OnuUUM muuadinf. ...... 90,000 00
ledleldiial acpeelts .... 86,744 0
Stale of Illiaoli, Aleaaadcr coaatr, ia.
1, Chailai Oiaaiafbam, catbier of ib tint Ni
liaaal Bmak af Cairo, do uAtmnlf twear ikat tht above
atataaeal 1 tra la ua but ef my kaowledee aad be
lle. CHASCUNNINGIIAU, Cathier.
Ksbacribed and aarors to before aia tMi 14ik
Ja; ofDecCBber, 1174.
n. II. CANDER, Notiry Public.
Correct Attest :
J. M. PUlLLirS, ")
KOB'T, W. MILLER, V Directon.
W. II. MORH15, 1
nlfOtT of the eendiuca of the City Natloaal
XVBaak of Cairo, at Cairo, la the elate of lillneii al
to ttoaa ae kaaiaeu Ieccraber St, 1173.
Loaaa and dlsccuau.... .........
15, 1W 00
V. f. baatta to secure circular
U. S. boada oa hand.
Other etoclu, bonds aad mort
Uve from redeemlac and re
Due bora other sutloaal baakt
Dm baea ether banks and
bankets i i mi
BaakUf house 3,'X) 0"
Otsverrealcaut ,MI 00
Check! aad other cash lieraa
Ilia of other aatleaal baakt
tfractioaal cuereacy, (lacludiaf
I agil loader aotet.,
Caaital Mack paid la ..
Bichaac.. 4,113 Si
rrottaad loot ... 11,341 II 1S,43 t)
(Areulatloa outataodiiur,.,.. 90.000 00
ladleldual deposits... 1U,0.V 0-1
Btta to state baakt aad bankers. 16,112
9uia of lUlaoli, couaty of Alexasder, it.
I, A. B. BAkTOBD, caahler of the City a
lloaal Baak ol Cairo, do solemnly twear that the
above aiateaseat U true to tht best of my knowledge
A, B.SAFFOHD, Cethler.
aVbactibtd aad twera to before mt tklt 14 ih day of
Jtnafy.int. H CANDEE. Noury Public.
Cterect Attest ;
W. P- HALLIDAV, ")
II. S. H.VLL1DAV. V Directors.
C. V. WILLIAMSON, J
LOOK OUT FOR FUN.
To be given by tbe
v AT WASHINGTON HALL,
VIOHDAY, JANUARY lOtb, 1874.
TICK CTI 0KB D0I.LAB.
Hah Uckat aotltlei tbe holder to a
ckanea Id the rafila for a 30 .
GOLD HEAPED CANE.
TUkata for aale at Paul O. '.Hcbuh'i, 1C, A
W.Budar'i, M.J. McQiuley'i and .1. Uur
(r'a. Waf . LUDWia.
IV 14Sw Cora, of Arrangetnanti.
rBOVIHloMtl ItC. '
bU4 OA', lt.t.
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
Tbare wi do buiioeii of linpjf Unce
in tba pollco coutti yaitotdiy,
Tbe Fanny l'tict tbeatrUhl rotubloa.
tlon at tba Atbcnouui to-night.
-Ohlaf cf Pollco MclUlo and Deputy
Bbiriff Jobn Ualn lihvo rolurnd ttuta
A. Mitchell, Ktneral iup(rntiiditit
of tba Illinoii Central railroad, It at tbo
Tbe Uwrwati Caltullvt ol tbo titv
will hold a fair and futttvul Jurluv tliree
avanlngt of nxt week,
Tbore wki a uiovttug of tbtj City
Council liit ertjulng. 1'roceedingt wilt
be publlabed to-tnorroH.
Mr. K. 11. Cunningham'! btillru itouk
of dry (oodi, notion!, elu., aro to be told
at auction, Sue nottco In another volurnna
Notice -All moruberi of tbe Iiliuiark
ltund who are in arreari aro hereby not!
Del tocotno up and tettle at once. Utb
erwlie tbilr pollclei will bo forfeited.
The uiomberi of tbe totninltteo on
Manufacture! arc reqtuittd to moot at tba
Novelty Iron Store to-morrow, Friday, at
tbreo 3) o'clock. A full attendance U de
IreJ. 0. K. WoOUWAKD, I'ratiJo.it.
When uicaiion require:, tbe Fourth
Ward or High School building can be
lighted with g&e, tbe plpol and tnbtru hav
ing been put Into the building ou Monday
In the circuit court the patU j-iry wai
yeiterday dlicliarged. The remainder of
the weok will be devottl to bearing
pleading! an 1 motloni. On Mvtidtythe
civil docket will be taken up.
The Sir Knlgbti of this city will In
dulge In a lolree at their ajylmn tbli
evening, when they anticipate bavlog a
i;rand time. There will bs feaitlng, ting,
log and dancing, etc. Tboy have Invited
a tew friendi u many ai wll filll the
hall comfortably. The motnberi of tbe
order will appear In fatigue d?eu.
On "Walnut itreet, neartho Methodiit
church, there ilandi altnoit in tbo middle
of the ildewalk, an Immenae Cottonwood
tree, which hai, of late, been tbe cauie ot
mora than ono man gritting the "hark''
taktu off hit note. Tlili tree li drclarod
a nuiiance which the proper authorities'
of the city ought to abolish at once.
Mr. F. I). I'.sxford and familv, of
Joliet, C. 1j. llooto and daughter, II. S.
Bezford of Chicago, and II, S. Koxford,
Jr. of thli city, who wero on a plcaturo
trip to New Urleani, returned by rail to
tbia clty'yeiterday, the iteamer Jita. Iluw-
ard, on which they took panago, having
laid up at New Orleans. Tbe party are
at tba St-Cbarlei hstol.
The Carml 'Courier' of the 16th in.tant,
iayi: "We uadentand that a party ol
Engliik itockbolderi wll! be over the C.
& V. K. K. tbe latter end of thli month
Ith the intention of looking over the
road and furnliblng all tbo soney nocca-
lary to liquidate all outitandlng Uebti."
The January term of tho Alexander
oounty court will conveno on Monday
Mn. E.li. AVorkuiati offeri her icrv
Icei to tba ladiei of Cairo and vicinity as
a teacher in tba art of making Wax
(loweri. iorteruiinud ipoclmeni, tbe
refen to Uarclay'i preicrlpllon urugitorv,
corner Eighth itreet and "Washington av
enue, where orderi for Floweri may alio
be left. Ltd In wlining lenoni will pleat
leave tbalr addren at the itore or give
notice through poit otllci drawer No.
2S3, Cairo, llli. 24 l-U-lm
Among the cuestt at tbe St. Charloi
hotsl yeiterday were Hie following:
XI Tbomai and daughter, Lyoni, Iowa; 0
F Yatei and wife, Chicago; Jus O Calm
J T Weil and F W l'ickerlll, St Louli'
B Davli,lodianapolli;E Seymour,ClIuton,
Ohio; J W Bauiman, l'ittiburg; L Vf
Uoono, New' York; D M Stewart, Uin-
olnnatl; L A Carlyle and lady, and A J
nt...i i . .lit ... Tf .
uieeet aau lauy, Anna, tiiincii; a ii wvor-
man, Chicago. J
Tba Mliilnlppi river in frozen over, a
fact that will bring joy to the hoard of
our commlnlon merchant! and buiinea
men generally. Large ouaatitiei of
frlegbt that have heretofore nought a
louthera market by way of St. Louli will
now come tbli way ; and louthorn doalori
In learch of bay, grain, etc., will coma to
Cairo Initead of going to St, Louli. Our
merchants will not object to thli froozing
Notvrlthitandlng the fact that tbe
weather wa biting cold a vory fair audi-
enco auembled at the Atlionum latt night
to wltneii the play entitled tbo "Octoroon
or Life in Louliiana." Tho play from
tba firit to tho latt wai excellent, eash of
the acton performing their parti with
oredit to thomielvsi and thu latiifaction
of tho audience. Wiih Miu Prico'i vor-
lion of Zoo, tke octoroon, Uttlo or no
fault can bo found. Mr. Mujray actod
tbe character ,of Jacob McCloiky to per
fection, and won the pralao of every
member of thenudienco. Mcsiri Moldrutn
Barry, and Boiworth MUs IJanchett, Mrs.
Murray, Mn. Boiworth, and Miu J ami
ion alio did their full duty in tho play,
To-night will be producod tbo itartllng
threa act drama ontlDod "Nobody't
Daughter," with Miu Price in tbo lead
ing role. Thli it an excellent play, and It
ii to be hopod will draw a full houio. It
hould be rememberod that tho engage
ment or tbli excellent troupe In thli city
ii drawing to a clfjie, next Tueiday ovon.
Ing being tbelr latt appearance hero.
Tub barber ibop Ii on tho cornor of
Eighth itreet and Commercial avenue
whore J. Goorge Stienhouio with hli gen.
tlemanly aulitanti can be found at any
hour of the day or night, readv to loothe
your feellngi wltn imooth ihave, or cool
your temper and bead with a good iham-
poo. It Ii a flnt-clau ihop, and you are
ure of reoeivlng firit-clasi treatment,
Ladiea' and cblldren'i bair cut or curled
after tho moil approved itylei. B-16-tf
Pnioc CcnREMT Orm'i, 1
Tbtiriday Ere., Jan. 16, 1874.
Tbo market ii quiet with vory llttlt
muveinsn; in grain, hay or Hour. Prlcti
aio wull uiV.amod and holdori are Oriu,
but a uucline In price! of loading article!
at Now Orleani have driven ipeculatort
from the Held, and builnes ii confloodex
cluilvely to the local and order trade.
Kocolpti of nil klndi, with thu exception
of hay and corn uiual, have been light
fthfeb hii ft tendency to keep price Br in
without accumulating itocki.
The butter market Ii very firm. Choice
Northern would command 2830j read.
Ily. There wm none In tho market to
day. Southern Illinois roll U lu moder
ate lupply and idling according to qua!.
Low grtJoiuf bay are very plenty at-d
very dull' No ttrlctly choice arrlvoi.
Stocki of corn meal aro large and tho
movement It very mull 2 VO Ii the rul
ing figuro on choice brandi.
Iggi contlnuo to Le a drug
In ths market, and tell very
low at 20c There It a better
feeling In tbe market for drrned poultry.
Choto thlckont aroiellllog at 2 60 3 00
and turkey i loo V lb. Not enough comet
In to lupply tho demand. Choice applet
are rcaruoand tell rat-lllly at 6 00(J no,
Tbe weather U intcmely cold ; latt
nlht wi the coldeit o! tboieaion. Tbe
mercury touchod within ton degreei of
zero and theru Ii evory Indication that It
will go itlll lower to-night.
The river It doted at St. Louli and
Cairo It agHln tho head oi navigation.
Bffi-Uorrospon Jenti ihoula bear In mind
that our quotationi ripreiont pricei for
rojnd loti from Qnt bands, union other
wlio itutcd, and that In (IlllBg imall or
deri htghjr pricei mutt be pald.-g
FLO L' II There ii only a moderate do
gree ol activity diaplayol In thli itapto at
preient. Tramactiom are confined to
Rail loti for tbo order trade. Tbe mar
ket It firm and pricot unchanged. Our re
port of ialoi comprised 1200 bbli ai fol
lows: 300 bbli varlnus gredti 6 0003 60;
200 bbls do 5 0003 76; 400 bbli do 6 60
08 76; 100 bbli itipir 4 60; 203 bbli
XXX 7 00.
HAY Flat. Thero la no rpecutatlvo
demand and only a ami.il order trade,
which la limited to a'.rictly choice, of
which there it none in tho market. The
supply of low grade hay ii unlimited, and
thero it no dornand to carry it olf. "Wo
note ialci of 2 can mixed del 111 00; 1
sar pralrlo del 11 00: 3 caw choice mixed
13 O0l4 oO; '-'can choico timothy 15 CO
COKN The market rules itiff. Pricei
are very Qrin. Kocoipts aro light and de
mand small. There Ii no movement In a
speculative way; transactions are confined
entirely to tbe order trado. Wo note lalei
of 1 car old white in bulk on track 68c; 2
can now whltido 5CJc; 2 can dod 67;
1 car old white in lack! del CCc ; Ucari
new white in sacks del CSc; 1! can yellow
in aacki C303ic.
OATS Receipt for tbe lait few ilayt
fitto been light, and rtltnougli tho specula
tive demand, owing to a deellne at New
Orleans, baa fallen oil entirely, pricei
are firmly held, and holdori display to
anxiety to force aalei. Transaction! are
confined to tho fow car loads required to
fill orderi from below, and oonilst of 2
oari mlxod in bulk on track 45c ; 2 can do
4C ; 1 car white in lacki del 513 ; 2 cars
mixed in sacks 61002.
CORN MEAL Plonty and vory dull
Pricoi aroitill held up to 2 DO, but it ii
difficult to ctfoct sales. Traniactioni aro
limited to 400 bbli and 1 car load steam
dried at 2 00.
BRAN There Ii considerable onquiry
for wheat brnn and nonu otTering. Sales
could be readily made at 10 00 per ton.
BUTTER Choice Northorn buttor u
in activo demand at 28030c with nonu In
tho market. Tbore ii also a fair demand
for choico Southern Illinois roll, at pri:ei
ranging from 20 to 25c. We note sales of
10 pkgi cbolco roll, Southern Illinois at
2326c; 300 lbs do do at 26c ; 6 pkga and
100 lbs do do 20c.
EGGS Tho" market ii glutlod and
nono lolling. A fow hundred dozen have
aold lince our last report at the old price,
20c per dozen.
POULTRY Thero is an activo de
mand for .droned poultry of all klndi.
Not enough comci in to supply this de
mand and the market wai bare to-day.
Live poultry wai neglected not wanted,
CniCKENS-Stles wero 60 dozen
dressed 2 6003 00.
TURKEYS Sales 600 lbs at 10
APPLES Thero are very fow choice
applet in the market and pricei are firm
and higher. Tbo demand Ii active and
quotationi aro ai in quality 4 &O0C 00.
RYE "We note itsloi of 2 can sacked
and dol, at OOn x buahel.
COTTON Over 300 balea ,havo boen
old hare within tho laat ten dayi, which
ipeaki well for a market In which thli
itaple bai nover beforo taken any part
Salei to-day wero CO balei low ordinary
bringing 12o and ordinary 13o.
CHEESE Cream 14c ; New York fao
LIME 1 2S1 60 tbbl.
CEMENT 2 0002 60 ) bbl.
COAL OIL 22e y gl.
GUNNIES Ro-iowed 21 busholi 18c
3 busholi 20c. ' ' '
BYRUPS-Oholce C0c$l per Kullon:
New Orleani 7680o.
"BURLAPS 2 buiholi corn, 01 Cr.
16o ; do 10 07. l6o ; 4 buiholi oati 20e i 6
busholi 21c; U buiholi 22c.
BEESWAX lb 30o.
SOAP Shaefior'i Gorman mottled, 71c,
Champaign loap, 71c.
TALLOW $ !b65Jc.
COFFEE Java 30032a ; Laguayri
24Q263; Rio prima to oholco 242o.
FREIGHT Cotton, comproaied to
New York, 85c! to Uoiton, 91. Uncom
jireiied, to New York, SI 14; to Boitoa
To Now Orleani and Vickiburg:
Potatoci, applea, otc, 30c; pound
frolnhti 15c cwtj hay $5 por .on; Pork
46o P bbl; tobacco $4; cotton 91. To Mom
phii, Hour, etc., 26o per bbl; pou-'d freight
12Jccwt; hay 14 per ton.
and deputurei tor tba 34 hours ending at C
v. m, latt evening :
Steamer F P Gracoy, Columbus
Jim Fiik, Paducah
11 tJulckrUp, Kvauiville
' R A Babbage, Grand Tower
11 Kmllle La )largt, Hbrevepott
11 Julia, Vickiburg
" V J Lewis, Memphis
" Nick Longworth, New Orleans.
Stukiner F P Gracey, Columbus
11 J as. Flak, Paducab
' Qjlckitop, Evanivllle
The rise In the Ohio continues, being
about fifteen Incboi In the twenty-four
bouri ending at six o'clock list oventng,
Tbe Mlisintppl ii at last, for the time be
ing virtually cloied. The severe cold
weather of tbe past forty-eight hourt bai
dene tho work. St. Louli has "dropped
down lomn wherein Missouri," but Juit
where cannot bo ascertained until tho Ice
breaki up aud an exploring party can be
lent out to hunt that burg up.
Business wai dull yeiterday, though
there wai soma improvement over tbe day
A good many boat! will lay up here,
among them tbo Julia, Emilia Laberge
and the W. J. Lewis, all of which arrived
here yeiterday from the South. The John
Kyle, City of Alton and several others
have bten here several dayi.
The Emilia Labargo brought 1,418 balci
of cotton and 100 bbli of beef for reihlp
menteaitper the Cairo and Yincennei
railroad. She will lay up hero The
Julia and . J. Lewli came up light and
will lay up here The R. A. Babbage
Ii loading a btrge with freight which she
will take to New Orleans with hor tow of
The St. Louli Timet' of .Thundiy
Tbe cold weather of the past fortr
eight hours bai had the olTect of render
ing tbe Ice quite formudoble, and naviga
tiou will be luiponded bv tbli uveulne tin
lent it turni warmer. The ferryboat!
wero making ineir regular trips last oven
ing, although the Ice was ibarp and caused
teem aomo iuconvenienco. Tbe river falls
steadily, tho cold ' weather lending
itt asslttaccu in absorbing thu wa
rt r, ins Ancnor lino nave stopped ro
ceiving for tho present, and noitberof the
itow urleana packet cornpaolei have ton
nage on berth. John F. liakor of
the Merchants' Southern lino, has arrang-
menii niaae to ioaa boats ai iioimont, aud
mar Win there to-day. Tne John Kvle
and othor boats of bli lino aro al Cairo,
or In reach of thoro. The cold, whistling
wind of lait night wai muiio in tho ears
of tbe Ice men, wbo are nappy It boat
men are not.
Captain Uamblcton, being interviewed
on 'change yeitorday by thii reporter, aa
to now lone no would remain and what
iricantio undertaking called him here, etc.,
replied that be came to inspect Jo
mown I toup nouio, and would probably
remain until It was discontinued. IIo
said Pottor, of the 'Journal,' wai still
taking In nit regular square meali, but
tbore is no teiunr wnat minute be may
turn up. Hambleton being here and duly
rcorau4it is ia iiuw hi nruor ror Alt. Cut
ting, of Metropolis, to come up. J.oi'a
hear from you, A.K.
Capt. William Uarnbloton, tbo well
known steamboat builder of .Mound UUv.
111?., arrivod in tbo city yesterday and is
loppintr at mo ijcieae. lienai out on
hii way tbo Ashland, reccnty sunk in tho
Memphis 'Avalanche, 11.
Capt. J. T. Washington hai been at
poinieu 10 too .iiempnu agenoy or a new
transportation company lately formod at
St. Louis, called the Lone Star Fait
Freight Line. Ono of tho routei will be
over Tom Scott'i Southeastern Pacific
railroad, through Texas. Ai toon ai tho
Captain get! his working, harneti on he
will mako himiolf known in hit stew posi
tion. No man on thli bluff caniurpaii
him as an agent, ospocially by water.
For Runt. On Commercial avenue,
one large room furnished or unfurnished
suitable for sleeping room for gentlemati
and wifo or two genllemon. Apply At
Bullbtix ofllce. 3iM-13-lm
FOR SALE ATa" BARGAIN .
Hot-red windows', with or without
glaii. Enquire cornor Thirteenth and
Walnut streets. 43-15-2w
The regular moetiug of tho Cairo Tur
ner Society was postponed until to-morfoi
(Friday) nt U o'clock aluiry.
Rei.nuolu V. Belhmku, O. S.
1 will sell my house and lot on Commer
cial avenuo above Fourth itreet (lot 3
block 16) at a bargain. The bouie con
tains nine large rooms, Including a largei
bar-room. To any one .wishing to puc
chaso I will sell on good termi and eaiy
payment!. Wm. McCormicc.
30 d&w lm
At Cost. Having taken exoluilvo pol.
enlon of my itore, to cloie It out, I of
fer my entire stock at wholesale prices
at wholesalo or retail; consisting In part
of a large variety ol canned fruits, spicoa,
bakinc powdera, sardlnea, lobsters, teaa
and every articlo usually kept in a first
class family grocery. Also wooden and
willow waro; a largo assortment of sad
dlos and harness, bits, bridles, maps,
brushes, whipi, ctts., otc. Torms ttrlctly
cash. All personi indebted to mo aro ro
questod to call and settle their accounts.
4w D. Autkr.
SoMKTHiNQ Niw.-1 bave improved
and perfected a now prooen by winch tbt
Ferrotype It brought out equal to tho belt
Photographs, and more durable. Copies,
from'palntlngs aud ongravlngs ruado fully
equal to tho original in appearance, th
lights and shades brought out with' ru
taarkablo uUDoaranoe. so that nothlni;
surpasses tbe beauty and natural axpresv
lion oftha picture. And In fact any old
picturoi.aro copied by this prooen 10 ai to
look as well or bettor than tbe original
picture. Those having old pictures or
eholce paintings" or ongravlngs for prea
ci'la, cannot do bolter than avail thom
ae.ves of this remarkable improvement.
J. J. TnouAS, Photographer,
Corner of Eighth stueet nd OommerolaJ
Sicoud-hand clothing, watches, jewelry,
pistols, Ac, bought and sold. Opposite
Cairo aud Vlncmnei railroad depot.
aO-7-tf M. Cotxk.
Two UatterUi of two Button, each 24
font long, 42 Inch Dram, 2 14 Inch Fluei
with fire fronti. Mud and Steam drumi
afety aud Mud valves, Chimney and
Urltcbin, all toropWtu and in tint-clan
order?; been used only three months. For
price, etc., Inquire ui J. i. hrkhib,
Vulcan Iron Worki.
My colUge and lot between Ninth aud
Tenth oil Walnut itreet. Tbli u one of
the finest cottagei In tbe city, contalulng
four good room! and verandah lu front of
bouse; also, good cistern and out-door
buildings. The above cottage will be
told for cash ouly, but at a good bargain.
Inquire of P. U.Sadi-,
20.tt.Ut 102 Commercial avenue.
On Seventh street, Cairo, Illinois, one
of the most beautlttil homestead! in tbe
city,', consisting of two loll handsomely
enclosed, set with floweri, evergreen!
hrubbory, Ac, Ac ; a well built aud neatly
funlihnl cottage contalulng seven tooms(
cellar, cistern, wood home, wash homo.
bath houio'and coal bouse, with gass and
every convenience. Apply to
Joiix O.. Harvox X Co.,
ileal Estate Agunls.
latiuary, 1874. S-d-lm
LADICa xv xvertbouv'
Attention Is called to tbo great sale of
tho entire slock of It. II. Cunningham's
dry goods al 101 Commercial avenue-
Over four thousand dollars worth of deiir
abln goods, consisting of domestics, cali
coes, illk, trimmings, gloves, hosiery, lln.
ons '"a.wls, Coat's apool thread, otc. Tbe
entire godi will bo lold without reserve
Sale to commence Mondav, January 1 Oth,
and continuing from day lo day until the
entire stock is closed out.
Da:i Hartmas, Auctlontor.
THE ST. CHARLES HOTEL.
The undorslgnel having resumed the
management of the above hotel, trust by
strict attention to buaineaa, to tbe wants
and comforts of their gueata, to merit tho
ronowed favor of tholr old patrons and tbe
traveling public In general.
The Saint Charlci will at once undergo
a thorough renovation, and bu much im
proved in all its appointment!.
Good lample roomi and ipeclal rates for
All baggage for guests conveyed to and
frotuthi hotel free of charge.
JkwkttWilcox Jt Co., Proprietors.
LEMON AND ORANGE.
Dr. Prlco's special flavorings of lemon
and orange are made from tbe fruit, and
have their grateful, agroaabls taste with
out the turpentine odor which Is obssrvrd
In those extracts usually told, mads from
poltonoui oils, acids, and laite sharpened
by Cayenne pepper. We advito tboso who
wish choice, pure extrude, to bur Dr,
Price's. Tbey are, like his Cream Baking
Powdsr, all that is roprosented, really gen
uine, almost alone in tho market in tbeso
important respect. l-13.d&wlw
Dr. J. W. Briomam treats all'dlieacei
that prevail In thli climate, but ho will
give ipeclal attention to diseases of tho
"bronchial tubes, lungs and tbelr tis
sues." Bronchitis, bronchial and tubercu
lar consumption and pulmonary apoplexy
treated by inhalation of nebulized fluids
medicated airs, gates, vapors and powderi'
Coniumptivei, although your disease
stands at the head of all diseases, both in
prevalence and fatality, there Is hope for
you yet. Cheer up. Ofllce hours from 10
a. ui. until 3 p. m.
.1. W. Briuma.v, M. D.
Oiiica and residence, Twelfth struct
bntween Walnut and Colar, Cairo, 111
P. (). box 820. 'Jl-dsV:w4t
SFEOIAL LOCAL NOTICES.
Tn European hotel, Uary Walker
proprietor, it upon at all hours of the
All kinds of game constantly on band
at Harry Walker's, Commercial avenue
between Seventh and Eighth streets.
For oas and steam fitting go to Ren
nle's Vulcau iron works, Commercial
avenue, foot of Ninth street
For a good square meal go to Harry
Walker's restaurant, Commercial avenue
bolween Seventh and Eighth street, lm
For Balk. Saw mill on I. C. R. R.
Terms easy. Addren
12-dAW-6t T. B. Farrkk, Ullln, 111.
Fob Rent. A cottage houio with four
good rooms, cistern, etc., situated on
Twenty-ninth street near Commercial
avenuo. Inqulro of A. Suxastka,
i '-16-Ot 07 Ohio levee.
TttH pounds of brown sugar for $1 ; 8
pounds belt cotleo iiigar at )1 ; 4 iiounds
of cbolco butter at $1 ; 0J centi for lard;
Imperial tea at fl; Potatoes 30 cents per
peck ; apples 4J cents, at Wilcox's block
Stuaht ii UUolbon oOer their stock ot
Gents' Hats) at, prices to effect an cntlro
oloaranco within sixty dayi. We waut U
go out of the hat builnen. Come early
for bargain! gentlemen. 31 U 0t.
Notjob Ii hereby (Ivan that I will pay
no bllli for goods told to any of tbe em
ployes of Thb Oaibo Bcxlbtiv, either
or tbemsolven or for the use of the office
unlese the same art furntihed ou aa order
flgned by Mr. Burnett or myself,
12-20.1 .loHst H. Ohbrly,
S UJ I, 1U
-xn.-j-u. .. -i.-a 1
BEMJ8, BRO., & CO.,
Achmth HoMi Cotton Mj lla
no, 60 Ohio Levee, Ua'ro, I'.
The annual meeting of the stockhoaderi
of the First National Bank of Cairo for the
election ol d tree tori, will be held at the of
fice of sal J bank In Cairo, on Tuesday, Jan-
uary 13, 1874, between tbe hotira ol 10
o'clock a. til and 4. o'clock p.m.
Cine". Cux.NisunAM, Cathltr.
Cairo, Ills., December 10, 1671. id
Ron hai on hand, and tor isle a large
quantity of oak and hickory wood, cut and
split, anl ready for the stove. Alio all
kinds ol coal which will be delivered In any
part or tbe city on abort notice. Leave or
deri at coat ) ard, ou Commercial avenue,
opposite Eleventh itreot. Dec. tWm
The well-known business stand of Custead
X Provo, at tbe moulb of Clearcreak, Alex
tnder county, Illinois, situated In on of
the finest agricultural district ot the West,
and with a well-establlabed trade. Tblswtil
be'iouud a rare opportunity for an energetic
The premises conaUt of a store 20X40 leet
a dwellluj of eight rooms, well furnished
and conveniently arranged, good cliterni
aud all necresary out-bulldlngs, and on
acre of land. Terms liberal. Apply er
addren, WM. Ccstkad,
12-u-lm- d&w. Cleearcroe Landing, Ills.
Boot and shoe maker, Tweu b itreet, be
tween Washington avenue and Poplar
street, Ii prepared to make boot and shot!
lu tbe latest arid most fashionable itylcs.
He wilt make them to order, old or now
stylet to autt cuitomera, out ot tbe bit .and
fre'heitt stock, or which he alwayi ,11st a
good upply on hand from which to make
selections. All fitting ef boots and iboes
made by Mr. Hblers Is done In his own shop
no foreign fitting being used by bin.
Give him a call, and he will gtve you satis
has hlsmsmmoth Instrument ihootlng out
Imperial photograph! lor Chrlitmas presents,
at tbe rate of one a minute. Tenons desi
rous of having a handsomely painted picture
and purely artistic In finish, should five
tbelr orders in season, l'hotograpbs can be
made on cloudy days equal to those on sun
shtnlng ones at
owing to the gigantic sky-light, which ctu
not be surpassed In
NEW YORK CITY.
Also ou hand a line assortment ot gold and
walnut frame. All are invited to cat! aad
examine. Portraits In oil up to life size aud
aquarelles ol the highest finish, for which
medals have been awardeO
Gallery ou Sixth street, between Com
merclal and Washington avenues, Cairo,
Illinois. l'MO tr
I will attend at the following times and
places In the scveralprcclnct in this county
in coniormuy wuu law, ror me purpose
ol receiving tha otato and county taxes for
tho year 18i3, as lollows, to-wlt:
In Unity precinct, nt tho house oi William
Hnldcn, Monday January 10, 1874.
In llszlcwood precinct, at Dr. Jones' store,
Toledo, Tuesday, January 20, 1874.
In Clear Creek precinct, at Marcbtldon A
Cullcy's (tore, mouth of creek, Wednes
day, January 21, 1874.
In Thebes precinct, at J. G. Kollwlng's
store.Tbcbes. Thursday, January SI. 18i4,
In i-anta Fe precinct, at W. U. Anderson'
store. BsntaFe. Friday January 23. 1874
In 00060 Island precinct, at O. Greenley's
store. Goose Island, Saturday, January
In itog Tooth prr-clnct, at the bouse of N.
iiuuKacatT, luc-uaT, .military i, isif.
In South Cairo precinct, at toe office of .1.
Q. llarman, Cairo, Wettnesday, Jantu t
In North Cairo precinct, at the rout t houat ,
Cairo. Tbursilar. January !!H. 1.4.
Section No. 101 of the ameuuud revenue
law of this state requires that levy by the
collector upon the personal propirt) nl Ihn
tax caver be made for the non-Davmvut ol
personal taxes on or bclore tbe 10th day of
Section No. 177, provides that all taxes
upon reoj raiaie remaining unpaid on me
loth day ol March next, shall be deemed
Tax payers will bear In mind these
changes, as the law will be vigorously en
forced. two sure tobring your title paper or
Isst years tax receipts with you, that no er
rors m paying tuxes may occur,
Al.BX. II. Ikvim, Collector.
CAIlto, Ills. Dec, 81, 1873. daw-til
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE
Happy relief for young men from the ef
fect ot errors and abuses in early life. Man
hood restored. Impediment ta marriage
removed. New method of treatment. New
and remarkable remedies. Books and cir
culars sent free, In sealed envelope. Ad
dress, Howard Association, No. 2 South
Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa. an Institu
tion having a high rcputatUn for honorable
raniliict aud profesitlonal skill. 10-99 dftwaa
NEW LIVERY STABLE
UUTWBBST WABir'B AVKWUR AMU WAIMVS
Dr. H, r, rirlJa laturnie tua s-ubtla thai ha ha
I, 1 V K H H V A as u a.
on tbo noilliwaet elilu of Toutb, elroel aa aau
nir bteblo will be ftiiniatid with nene but ta
AND GOOD VKUIOLES.
aid the public may bo acooiunndntf d at al
our of the tlay and ulght with aaio team
on the lowest terms.
Dr. Melds aak a share of publlo pstron(tii
aud will endeavor to merit it by fair d!;
and etrirt attention t lnnlnnaa.
B. F. PARKER,
(Successor to Parker JtUlake.)
PAINTS AND OILS
WIKTJO W ' e X. eV ff
Aad lbs celebrated illuuilaatia
aoM'koasiMQ oo ln t. aoou
ft t tsenl.
WiBRiAt Mattaaw D. ttuatar fcr hit taJa
tnortgag. dated October 7riw7 stVri
corded tn volume Z of aale rartArmM. a
page 111, in the feVswrdert oeV5fM
aoTjer county, minoto, coaveyed I u WrSl
tlerslgned tbe followlBg, to-wit : A lleuat
holdeitate fortbeterm'.l vU)miS!ib
and to lou tlx (01, leveu (7) and tUtt (ft la
block three (3 loth. Im addlAVtis'tiJ
city of Cairo, lillnoli. c0mnu2tS7.
1871. under and br virtu of AmWatoM.
bearing date, March . 1871, ezscttUd byg.
Htaat Taylor and Edwla Parsoaa, trarttii
or the Cairo City Property taritir ATcT
nant, and by itli I'eUr Al wldk Uw
writtsn consent of said Taylar axvd Panama,
aaslgnad to said Mathew D, Quater oaTiawj
3lst of May, 1872, together with all Ua lav
provements thereon. bekoBglagto tsps Mi4
Uunter of every kind aad nature sever, la
cludlng mill llxturea, englneirbHUrs, bun
and othar fixtures appsrtalalnf aad betsoac
Ing to the mill building tttraoa rtMaYtafiV
ecure tbe payment of certala rrfHsnrT
not In said mortgage specried : New ua
der tbe provisions ot said sale BMrteTMt. la-
fauit having betu Bade la tba pavsaemt af
tee note therein mentioned, the undaraiawatat
will offer said property for salt at aua&aa.
to tbe highest bidder, for cash,
at the court house door, Cairo, Illinois, at S
o'clock p.m. on SATURDAY TU HT1
DAY KJt J An UAH Y, A. D. 1874.
liBSTtY L. HALLtDAT,
Mortgagte aad TrvMlse.
Green A Gilbert, Attorneys.
Whkreai. Mathew D. Gunur. laalvatar.
by his sals motgage, dated March 181171.
anu recorueu on page bi ot book A. or Owoos
In tbe Recorder's office '.af Alszaadar
county, Illinois; And, whereaa, Mathaw
u. uunter ana win ny laetr sal start
gage dated July 7, 1871, aad recorded ea
page 74 ol book Z or deeds la the Racorder'a
oflico or Alexander oounty, Illlaals, coa
veyed to tba undersigned, the foUowlag de
scribed lots and property, to-wlt: Lot thirty-nine
(o'P) in block thirty-two (81) aad let
In the first addition to tba ctfy of Cairo lit.;
aiso a leatenom enataior.w ikbhiu
(10) years, in and to lots alxteea (18) aad
seventeen (17), tn block sixteen (18) la tho
flrut mlitlttnn M tba Mw nt r-tM '-1114.
commencing December 6,1370, under aaj
tceciouar u, iiiv, unoeraswe)
: a certain lea botunag data
1870, executed by W. O. aa)
i, trusu lor was. Mama,
oy virtue oi a corxain lea
December D, 1
11. C. Johns.
to the satd MethwD.GunUr,ttr?rih
all and singular the building aad lapraT
meiiU or every kind or Bator aaovar
situate on said lots, ilxteea (l) aad aersa-
tccnUT) belonging to aaidGuntsr, to-wlt:
one dwolllnsr house, ona store aad dwlUa
house, one mill building with Btlll lxturaa,
engine, boilers, bur and other ftxtltr ap
pertaining and beloBglng thereto, ta aaeiira
the payment of certain prsmlsaory ata la
said two mortgages specified : Mow, uader
the provisions ot bothol Utd sale Mcrtgages
default having been made la tha Bayattat
oi mo noies in mem tu:n;ioaa, is BOOST-
signed will offer said property for rale, at
auction, to tbe highest bidder, for ess', At
the court bouse door. Cairo, ililnou. att
o'clock p.m. on BATUIIUA ' 4T11
DAY OF JANUARY, A, D. 1S74.
aaWKT L. HALLUIAT,
Mertgssge and Triuto
Green & Gtlbart, Attorney.
WOOD 15 COAL
OFFICE AND TARD:
Tenth Street, between Wssttlagtea
A large supply of Pittsburg avd Wig
Muddy coal uonstantly on haade Utove
wood sawed to order. Order fr oeul or
wood should be left at the oflle oa Taath
Ureet Terms, cash an delivery.
Liverpool tlsw-Tark ahd rUUvlalaai
rauta eoaraAOT wita rauaa stAtas Aa aaatsaa
for OairjIBtl Ik Malta
FOR PAS8AGB TIOKKTH
oa si araas tsaut soa
APPLY TO JOHN G. Aor
llBroadwaj lew-Tsrk, at la
WARD & KOBKHT8,
DBALKK Iff WfafDOW SUAXJBa,
Wall Pai-bb, Pubb Whitb
LBAP, LiIMBBJsa XtiU
.Spirit Tobtbrtimb, QujJf
Subllai, Alcohol, Xxv.j )ljx,.
VHi Coiamerclal aveau.
Oaibo, . Ilumoi
Cairo Box and Basket Co.
LUMBER OF ALL KINB&
IIAHU AMD HOaVT.
Keep constantly on baaa
Floorinu and Siding, alo Latb.
Order a allaltael.
MILL AND TABD COBHBH TUIBTT-rODBTB
STRXkT ABD OHIO LBTBB.
CAIRO, . ILLINOIS. Mf
FINE MILLINERY GOODS
fatKatll VAttlt SVVLKsf.
MRS. M. JACKSON
(Feraierly Mrs. Bwandsrt,)
announces that sb has juat opsasd a.Urga
assortaient ol lbs
Millinery Good tobs touad ib tha BMrfcat
Bhe will keep on haad
Hat, Bonnbtb. fLowxu, EiBBava,
Dab Tbimmibo op All Kara,
Labib FuBkruBUsa Good, Xmmim,
OoLLABw. CBBBBaUBva. Mnw
ABO ail a WBSia SB ssiaa aasj est
al which wW haayiaiat sha
aafcta saWsm af ?SB&f2X
i a. aej rsawssswi-
,M lansaaar t.airo