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LOCAL WKATHER UK PORT.
OHMBAVKH'l On'IU, CAIRO, Ills., I
January 10,10:11 p.m., ls,4.
Baiauieter, Z0i$i dtgrees.
Thamometor, 5S degrees.
Wind east. Velocity I miles perluur
Maximum teinperature lor lait 24 bourt,
Mlnlaiuu temperature lor Ibe lilt lit hours,
Prevailing wind fur lull 24 hours, cast.
Total Bumber r miles traveled by wind
Uutluy lait 'it hours, ll.'i.
ObMt-ver Hlgus! Service, II. 8. A.
Ma&xtr. D. IUhi a LIT.
RKAD ! READ' It BAD '
THE FOURTH WEEK
' cr tuc rtoi'Lt'a rAVORiir,
tfANNY B. PRICIi.
Ad J her Slar Combination
HATl'KDAY KVK, Jan , 17. 1874,
Willi. presented the ThtlUlng drain' ,
Lucretln Borgia, Duchess
of Tarrar MISS PRICE.
To be lollow ed by thu Oreat London Sen,
tlon, iu Knur Acta, entitled
Or lb Worklnxuien.f Manchester.
Jane Learoyd MISS PRICK,
Parquelle 75 Cti.
Family Circl 60 Cti.
Reserved Seats in Family clrcle...75 Cti
Reserved Seals cq be procured at D.
.lart man's, wiTuovr Kit a Ciiakue.
Doors open at 7 o'clock; Commencing at
ilCiltTV.KirTll report of the condition el tie
' Kirst NaUonal Bank tf Cairo, Wino.., ai the dm;
(Uiiltnt DkiihWi It, 72
l.oaat. and discounts... ....
U. S. UiaJato secuie circulation
U. S. bonds and securities i.u
Other stocks, bonds aud io:t-
tu from rcdacmlof and ie
arrt atat. .......
Iue from other "atlanai banka.
Iks from bank and banker....
Heal estate...................... .
I'urnlitrra and kiluret. ......
Taiespald... t... ............ '
(Vjmnt espenses... ........
Cath Items, Including revenue
kjh... ....... .........
Prrmtiuai paid.. ....
ash on hand. Currency...
" celn .......... .l ti
1 !, V )
. r. aft id . r l
riiiut.toik.,....i. r. .. .3
a.aciran, Intaretl, pruM aao Iou....
IrulMdaat derimtt. . M ... .
Sun of lU!tii, A1einJtr county, i.
1, Charlca (iinnuiKatii. catluer of ill- l int Na
l.oi.al Uaak of Cairo, do wtetanly ear that tl.e above
ItaieKKM ii true 10 the tml of my knowledft and bt-
' Uk CI'AS. t;UNNlNGHAt, Ca.l.ier.
SuUctlUd and ivroin to befarc me tbi. Hlh
iil ol lcccmber, l74.
S JI. H. CANlEi:, Notary I'uUic.
J. M. riUM.ll". 1
KOirT. W. MIIXEU,- Iictor..
. W. U. MORKIS, 1
KEPORT of th condition or the City Xatioaal
Uaak of Cairo, at Cairo, In the ttau of Illinois at
ihe ctosa of bukiness December ti, IHT3.
Loans and discounts
V. S.bonds to sacurt circula
U. S. bonds on hand
Uthct stocks, baads aud moil.
11 ..litS Xi
1 ;'XJ Ti
Due from rcdeeroin( and re-
verve agrall ...
Dye froos other uatlorul banks
Due fioka" other banks and
OlUr rest esuie... ...
Cut rant, txpensr s.....
tiieckt aatf other cash Iterut
MUJa of other naUonal banks
fractional cuircncy, (iucliHiinp
3.WJ0 ll mO.wXI
ljal tender notes Sl.oOti W -4!.4W !K
Ipital stock paid in.....
Surolua fund 2V" W
f aOirhiasm u . 4.4IS 3
lwimi:.. t.lt Uj ,
Krot and lots .-....-.....Vai.lll-. IJ.'JtS
Circulation outstandlns; w.rxu 1)0
Individual deputil IW.0'0 ll0
Due to state , banks and banker., 16,11'i HI
" 4lUC '.'4
State of Illinois, county of AleianJer, it.
I, A. B. AFI'Ultll, cashier of the City a
tlonal Bank ol Catro, do aolrunly swear that the
aboee statement 1s true to the ben of my knowledge
A. H.SAFrOKD, Cethler.
Subscribed and sworn o before me this llth day of
II. 11. CANDKU, Notary I'ubllc.
I 'art tct Attest;
W. 1'- II AI.l.IDAV, )
II. S. IIAM.IUAV, Iirotori.
ti. D. WILI.lAUfjUN, J
LOOK OUT FOR FUN.
' (J HAND
;SQTJERADE 15 ALL.
To be ajlveu Viy tlir
AT WASHINGTON HALIs.
MONDAY, JA1SUAUY Idtb, 1971.
TlUKtr ON It JlUI.T.All.
Kacb ticket ontltlc tlm holili-r to a
etiauce In (be raffle (of a $30
CIOI.D IIKADKI) CA.NK.
,'l'itkcti for aalu at Paul 0. '.Hc'li'uli'., i:, .t
W. UtKler'i, M..I. McUatiloy'a ami .1. Hui'.
r. l.2w Com. of Arruiigumeuti.
T. 1. KliUUKOUGII,
CARPENTER & BUILDER
CORNKK Or '
I'sjmim Ntreet Mud WaablntoM A-mus.
.t3sTA.ll ktuilfol jolibuix work done on
sUoi notlca, ami in j(ooil4ty!a Itveor
dsrttat tha aliop. '
Til B BULLETIN.
f;OAlUO LOCAL NEWS.
.Iu'Iku MftrohlMon of Tbki !i In
Ittrnotnber th fanny l'flro troupe
at ttis Altianoum to-night.
Mr. U. K.Orrall, late itiptrlntttiJunt
of (bo Walnut aw inillt to tbil oily, left
jesterdnj- lor liMtoo,
Mr. P. I). lleifotJ, late Unillnnl of
(ha fit. Charles hotel, took lilt Jipartuu
far JdlUt yeiterday.
lion, fcaiu. L, Csluy, of CnieVttU
Kdbtuckyliu ;vai In tbli city fur lev'ural
ilaji, lilt (or home lait uventri.
- Tlioptibllratlort of tbu proceiUibi of
tbx city couiiuil wblcb ippnar in auoiber
coltiiiiu, crowd out vurloii local Itfcim
- I'll e Ine dualeri ol tbo city urc bappy.
TUey will Ube aavatitao ot tbu fttZ4 iu
tlm Mississippi to lay III tbeir supply for
- Utiailieit on tbo 1V it increasing;
and o long ai iho'Mlsii.iippi reuiatui lea
bound our luorcbanti will Lave all tbe
Luainvsi tbty call do.
Tbu riuiinn of Ibo Ur balls yultor.
day bbjut out o'clock wai ocrailoned by
tbe dltcovary of lira in tbo roof of tbo
building tx-cupioJ by John dates as h
aloon. Tbo lira wu oxtln'tilsbcd U
I'or.i doinj; acrloui domaD,
Awonj; the'arrivaU tt tbti Ht Cb&rlca
botol yesterday wers tbe followlnr;! Jt.
I). Weaien and wif , Wter Vallty, Mil,.
Hatoual ltryant, l'ittiburgb; W. 1). II an,
bt. Lo'ul; I), li. Taylor and 11. N. Ogden,
lw Orleans; Jobn l.yttle, D;atur, f).;
U. Oranda, Indiana.
NatwltbiUndlnK Ibe fact that tbe at
tendance at tha Atbcneum last night was
not very largo, tbe performance wai ex
cellent and compelled frequent bunts of
applauio. An excellent bill bai bejn pre
partd fortbls erenlnf. Itt the bouio be
crowded. On next Wodnciday the com
pany take their Icare of this city, and it
will be a long time beforo atiotbtr at
good will visit u. A
Ibe ontartalnueat at tbo Atbeucum
tbit evening promises to be ot uuuiual in
terest. Tbe performance will commence
with the play of "Lucrctla Unrnia," and
concludu with tbo great London ittK&tion
entitled tbu "Long Strike, or The Work
ingtnon ot Manchester.' Iu the ilret
play 3Iiii 1'rica will appear at "Lucrulia
Uorgia," and in tbo Utter at Jane
Learoyd. ' This it certainly a good bill,
and will doubtle't draw a full bouie.
Tux barber liop It on tbe corner uf
Eighth itrett and Commercial avenue
wbcre J. Goorga Stienhouse with bit gen
tlemanly aiaiftantV can bo found at any
hour of tbe day or night, readv to aootfac
your feelinga with a imootb thave, or cool
your tompor and bead with a good thaui
poo. It it a Erst-clais abop, and you aro
lure of receiving flrit-clai treatment.
Illaa' and cbll.lran'a hsir cut or nifl.d
after tbe raotl approved itylei. a-ll-tf
Mri. Kancy AYUlard, agol ninety
nine years and ten uiontbt), died at her
borne in Ann,M'!iio! county, on Monday
lait. Had this old lady lived two months
longer tbo would bavo celebrate 1 ber
one-hundiedth birth-day, wbiib wns to
have been the ojcuion for a re-union of
her kith and kin. Shu llvod in Union
county for upwards of fifty year. She
waa the mother of Mr. Willis Willard
and Mrs. AViuttead Davie, both of Anna-
Mra, K.K. Workman oflert her serv
Ices, to tbe ladlet of Cairo and vicinity at
a toacber In the ar't of making Win
Flowert. For tunna and specimen', tbo
rofers to llarclay's prescription drug atom,
corner hlgbtb it root and Washington av
enue, where otders for flowers may alo
bo lei t. Ladict wishing le'soni will plea' 4
leave tbeir aJdrett at the store or givu
notice through pott ottlce drawer No.
253, Cairo, Ills. 211 8lm
The .Sir Knights soiroo nt their
asylum last night wns a tuecesi. There
was a goodly company present, and every
ono ontorcd into the spirit of tbo occasion
with a freedom and zest that made It ono
of tho most enjoyable gatherings of tbe
aeason. Tbero wai l'eatting, singing, danc
ing, etc.; which, together with tbe eiforts
ot tbo Sir Knights to entertain tbeir
invited guests, made it an occasion long
to bo reinombftred by those who were
Tho deputy marshal of a pretty lit
tle city located on tbo Illinois Central
railrnad not a thousand iiiilet from Cairo,
several days ago camo down to this city
iu search of a thief ; but instead of look
ing fur the man ho was after, tbn mnrsbal
made hie visit to Cairo tbo occasion for a
spreo. About three o'clock in thu morn
ing r couplo of policemen found him in a
Ioyuo saloou, in an almost helpless condi
tion. They stowod him away until tobor,
when ho took the Urst train for home.
The success uf tho concert and drama
ot the Fgyptian Choral Socioty nt Mound
City on Tuesday night last has induced a
repetition of the prorammo this (Satur
day) evening. ,Wo bopo Cairo will be
well represontod. I'arties desirous of at
tending will plcane leavo their names at
tbe oflico of Ssll'ord, Morris & Caudeo be
fore twolvo o'clock to-day, wbaro they
can obtain tiukolt outitling tbe holdar to
admission to tho porformanco and faro
both ways for tho iiiinll sum of sovouty
Kok ItKNT. On Commercial avonuu,
one large room furnished or unfurnished
suitable for tloeping room for gentleman
and wlfo or two gentlemen. Apply at
IJuli.itin office :iU-l-i:t-ltn
Foa Kr.NT. A cottage bouso with four
good rooms, cistern, etc., situated on
Twonty-uinth stroel near Commercial
'avonue. lnnulro of A. Huranica,
4 l-l-15-Gt 07 Ohio luvoo.
FOR SALE AT A IJAKQAIN.
liot-Ied windows, with or without
glass. Eniuiro corner Tliirteentb and
Walnut treets. 40.15-2w
THE CAIRO DAILY
HKOUI.1R lltiriNO. '
" ' CoUMClf. C'BAMUEK. Y
Cairo, Ills., January 13,1874.
l'reient Aldermen Ktrtmoyer,Morris,
Xolllt and Hltlenhouso 4,
A quorum not being presont, on motion
of- Aldorman Morrls,tho council adjournod
to moet on Thuriday evening, the 15th
Inst., at 7J o'clock. M. J. HowLsr,
AIMOlltNKII HrttUI.AU MCETIMO 01" THE
CoU.NCIf, CUAUUEIt, "I
Ciino, Lit., January 16, 1S74.
riifccmucll mot pursuant to adjourn
ment, l'reient -Aldermen Korsmeyer,
McOuuluy, Meyers, Morris, Nellli, l'bll.
lips aud I'ktenhotiie 7.
Alderman Wood Uitttnbouse, Mayor
pro tti,, )reidiug .
tflllUtSllATION fKOU THE TKEAsUhtK.
A coriitiiunlcatlon from Tkos. W. Hal
I'iV, city truaiurer, wu read, xtquostlng
thatthefluaiicecouimitlee be authorized to
have such entries made in tho Treasurer's
books as will maU tbo accounts therein
show thuir true condition at thai tiuia they
were ittolved by hltn. On motion of al
derman Nclllt tbe request was granted.
STREET CotUIITTE Xtl'OKT.
Tbo street cotnmltteo.reported back tbe
petition of Michael Jlourlgao, recom
mandlosr Its reference to tbe city attorney
for hit written legal opinion. On mo
tlon of Alderman Morrlt tbe petition was
The couimitteo on claims reported back
tbe following bills recommending pay
meet of tho same, viz :
1. II Cunningham, root of coun
cil uuiiaing i u fiovember
It II Cunningham, rent of council
building in December
Arab Fire Company, one quar
ter's allowance to January 1st,
Hough and Ready Fire Company,
one quarter's allowance to Jan
llibornian Fire Company, on?
quarter allowance to Jan. 1st,
Delta City Firo Company, one
qurter's allowance to Jan. 1st,
Jno I Ilely, lour days services u
commissioner iu assessing cost
of Improving levee, at !r?J
Oeo W ilenricks, lour daya ter
vi;es as above
John II Ootimiin, four days ser
vices as above
Jno Fllely, assessment map, putt
ace and stationery
11 F Blake, for lowering a lamp
Wall A- Knl, oak lumber at 2u
D McCarthy, dieting prisoner
in December, 285 days at 60 eta
Cairo City Gas companv, gat
anted in street lamps in Dec.
Cairo City Oat company, gas con
tnmod at Delta City engtno
hnuti), -1 month, to January 1,
It F Itlaku, repairing and re
moving lamp pott
A Hnlley, ttove, pipe, etc., for
Jobn II Oberly, publishing coun
cil proceedings, etc
John U Oborly, licento and re
ceipt hooks, cash, SSI 00, com
mittse recommend script
II A Hannon, stationery for tide
walk anossment comiiilofionerrf
II A Hannon, stationary for city
Mary QalVney, for blanket furn
isbep sick mun iu June, 1873...
D McCarthy, extra moals furn
M K Towers, hauling il luhdn
M K Powers hauling gravel 3
days ... .'
D McCarthy, 7 days In charge of
Tbot. Fitzgerald, 0 days work
Tbos. Fitzgerald, 10 davs work
Peter Conlan, 10 days work on
Peter Conlan, ti days work an
Win. U,uinn, (i days work on
Frank Jenkins, hauling rollor to
"Cairo F.venlsg Sun," pablisbing
James Ross, 2' tons coal at 55 30
tor clerks olllco
II Ablo,paintlng20C wagon num
bers Dr II Wardnor, vaccinating 20:t
Dr II Wardnor, attondlng sup
pood small-pox patients
Dr 0 II Evans, vaccinating 116
Dr J J Gordon, visits to steam
boats A C McKnlght, hauling 2 drunk
en men to jail
M K Powers, hauling 1 drunkem
man to jail
Thomas Nealon, hauling 1 drunk
en man to jail
James Sullivan, hauling drunk
en men to jail
Green & Gilbert, fees in second
case of Alex Allon vs. the city
On motion of Alderman Stoyort the
foregoing bills niero allowed ty the fol
lowing voto : ayott Korstneynr, Mc!au
loy, Moyers, Morris, Xellit, Phillip and
Ulttonhouso 7 ; nay O.
On motion of Alderman Kursmuyor tho
bill of Barclay Uros., for vacebno virus,
was laid asida.
Fotition of Mrs. McAulifTwas jrctcnled,
asking that tbo amount of ton doJIus puld
by hor for license for a small eating house
be remitted. On motion of Alderman
Morris tbo potitiou was tabled.
Petition of Samuel Hack waa irosen tod
asking that licenso bo granted to him for
ten dollars a year and t,ht lift (to not, ro
quired to pay MOO on nccoul oV bin stock
not being previously -..taiiud for taxation.
Aldorman Morris movod to table. Al
dorman Moycra moved to amend bv re-
ferring tho petition to the city attorney.
The amendment wa lost. Tbe original
motion was tbon carried. '
On motion of Alderman Moyors the or
dinance committoo was instructed to re
port an ordinance nmondntory of neotiou
20 of ordinance No. 7.
State and city bonds of John Currait
for liquor license waro presented. Alder
man Moyers moved to approvosald bond.
Tbe motion was lott by tbi follotring
votes Ayes McGauley, Meyer, Philllpt
and Kobinion 4. Nays Korsmeyer,
Morris, Nell It and lUttenhouio 4, Al.
dernian Meyeri moved to refer the bond
to a committee of two to examine as t lit
worth. TL chair rultd
tbe luotl&ti out
Alderman ri'bllilpi mol I, recotitlder
thsj' vote to approve. 1H. '1
X'jty bond of Tlrnothy OCallan'aii for
liquor license waa presented, and on mo
tion of Alderman Meyers, approved,
EAMEft MAXUrACTUKIEU CO.' a .NOTE!).
Dy unanimous consent Judge Oreen ad
d reaped the council on behalf of the
Karnes Manufacturing Co., in relation to
tbe notes held by tbo city against said
company. Tho judge stated that said
company bad made a transfer to the Ann
Arler Savings .lank, which t:orporatioti
proposed conducting tbe hub factory as a
joint ttock concern. The judfe proposed
that the city eichango said note',
amounting In 5J,700, eiclmho of Inter
est) for ikaroijof ttook, the valuation
thereof to be uiado by three ditlnterrstoJ
On motion of Aldorman Kobiutuu tbe
subject was rtferred to the rotuniiltoe
on tnanufacturios, lately t.ppoiuted, with
instructions to roport at a ipecial uiteting
to be called horeaftor.
On motion ef Alderman Nollli llteuoun-
cil idjourneJ, M. .1. How lev,
Purl I. lali
and dr ptrtures for Uie 24 hours en Jlnv at C
xi. iu. last evcnliijc ' '
.Steamer F 1 Qracey, Columbus
Jim Fisk, i'aducab
11 ldlewtld, Evansvilla
" Hiram Campbell, Hickman
" l'at Rogers, Cincinnati
" Minneola, Mempbin,
SUauicr F P Oracey, Columbus
11 Hiram Campbell, Hickman
" Minneola, Cincinnati
" Fat Rogers, Mempbit
11 Idlewild, Evonsville.
; Tbo Ohio river rose about inches night
before last, and camn to a utani yesterday
morning. A raptd decline and a muddy
levee may bj looked for soon. The
woatber moderated several degrees under
south and east winds and was partially
cloudy yesterday, with strong prospects of
snow or rain.
liuiineis shows some ei'icai ot Improve,
tnent, but it ttill very dull.
Nothing got eut of tbo Mbmlstippi yes
terday, aud it is fair to supptae that tbo
Scudder is aground at b'hoop Island.
Tbo Idlewild brought only 50 tons to
this port; but did a good way business
At I'aducab the discharged 00 tons hay
800 sks1 wheat ; 460 sks of com ; 300 sks
oata and 400 sice bran,
The Minneola discharged h lot of hides
and cotton for St. Louis and has 260 hales
crtton and 30 bales ot hides for C'incin
Tlm Pal Rogers hat an excellent trip
for Mnmrbis. Sb added 100 tons here
and led with Iter guard tuurtii..r; i
Tie Jim Flak brought a very good trip
yesterday and among other it;ins a lot of
hickory titnbor, sawed the proper length
and slr.3 for buggy whesl felloes, dc-tlned
to llufffllo,Now York. This seems a long
distance to ship timber, which wbou man
ufactured, will bo retumod to, thin and
1 will tell my house and lot on Cwmtier
cial avenue above Fourth street (lot 3
block 15) at a bargaiu. Tlaa house con
tains nino large rooms, including a large
bar-room. To any ono wishing' to pur
chase I will tell on good terms and easy
payments. Vu, MrCnHMicx.
30 d&w lm
On Seventh street, Cnlfo, Tliiiiolt, one
of the most beautiful homestead in the
city, consisting of two. lots handsomely
enclosed, st with Mowers, overgrituns
shrubbery, dec, &c ; a well built and uaally
funisbed cottage containing seven rooms,
cellar, cittern, wood .houte,. wash homo,
bath bouso'and coal house, with gars and
every convenience. Apply to
John Q. Uarvion A Co.,
Real EsUU Agents.
January, 1H74. j S-3-lm
LAiura and xvzKYttour !
Attention is called to tbo great tale of
tho entire stock of R. II. Cunningham's
dry goods at 101 Commercial avenue.
Over four thousand dollars worth of desir
able goods, consisting of domestics, cali
coes, silks, trimmings, gloves', hosiery, lin
ens, shawls, Coat's spool throad, etc. The
entire geodt will bo sold without reserve
Salo to commence Monday, January 19th,
and continuing Irom day to day until tbo
entiro stock is closed out. '
IHn Hahtman, Auctlonrur.
THE ST. CIIARLKS HOTEL.
The undoriignei having -resumed, tha
management of the above hotel, tru it by
strict attention to business, tt tbe vrants
and comforts of their guests, to merit the
rouewed favor of their old patrons ami the
traveling public iu general.
The Saint Charles will tit once undtorgo
a thorough renovation', and be 'much im
proved in all its appointments.
Good sample rooms and special raVH for
All baggage for guests conveyed to and
from the hotel free of charge.
jKwfrr Wn.coxaV: Co., Proprietors.
LUMON AMD ORANGE.
Dr. Prico's special tlavorlngt of Itimon
and orange are made from the fruit, nnd
have tbeir grateful, agrenablo tatto with
out the turpentine-odor which Is observed
in those extracts uauully sold, made from
poisonous oils, acids, und taste, sharpened
by Cayenuo pepper. We ad viae those who
wish cbolco, pure extracts, to buy Dr.
Price's. They aro, like his Cream Ilaking
Powder, all that is represented, really gen
uine, almost alone in tho market in those
important respects, 1-lrt-dAwlw
JANUARY 17, 1874.
SsconJ.band clothing, WAtcbst, jewelry,
pistols, Ac, bought and sold. Oppoilto
Cairo and Vinoenntt railroad depot.
20-7-tf M. Cot.ve.
Two Ralteries of two Boilers, each 24
faet long, -2 inch Dram, 2 14 inch Flues
with fire fronts. Mud and Stoam drums
Safety 'and Mud valve;, Chimnoy and
Ilritcbin, all complete and In first-class
order'; been used only three months. For
price, etc., inquire ot J. T. Uennie,
r).t-tf. Vulcan Iron Works.
My cottage aud lot between Ninth aud
Tonth on Walnut atreet. This is one of
tbu flneit cottages in the city, containing
tour good rooms and verandah In frentiof
house; alio, good cistern and out-donr
building. Tbe above cottage will be
sold for cash only, but at a good bargain.
Inquire of P. U.Saup,
2'J.'.M3t 102 Commercial avenuo,
SPECIAL LOCAL NOTICES.
Tub European bote), Uar.-y Walker
at all hours bf the
All kinds of game constantly ou band
at Harry Walker's, Commercial avenue
between Seventh and Eighth streets.
For a is and steam flttinif tro to Ren
nle's Vulcan iron works, Commercial
aienue, foot of Ninth street 9-10-lf
Fon a good square meal go to Harry
Walker's restaurant, Cotnuiercial avenue
between Seventh aud Eighth street, lm
For Sale. Saw mill on I. C. R. R.
Terms easy. Address
12-d.vwCt T. 11. Farrkn, Ullin, 111.
Ten pounds of brown sugar for 11 ; 8
pounds bett cotlee sugar at ; 4 pounds
of choice butter at f 1 ; !M cents for lard;
imperial tea at $1; Potatoes 30 cents per
peck ; apples 40 cents, at Wilcox's block
STUAHT& Uuolron ofter tnetr stock ot
Gents' Hatsj at prices to o fleet an entire
clearance within sixty days. We want to
go out of the hat business. Come early
for bargains centlemeu. 'M 11 Ot.
Notice la hereby given that I will pay
no bills for goods sold to any of the em
ployes of Tax Caiko Bullrtin, either
or themselves or lor the use of the office
unlese tbe tame are furnished on an order
ligncd by Mr- Burnett or myself.
12-20-ly Johh U. Oaiini.r.
At Co-t. Having taken exclusive pot
session of my storn, to clote it out, 1 of
fer my entiro stock at wholesale pricei
at wholesale or retail; consisting in part
of a large variety ot canned fruits, tpicet,
bakinc nowders. sardines, lob.tun, teas'
and every article usually kopt in a flrst
class family grocery. Also wooden aud
willow ware; a large assortment of sad
dles and liarnoti, bits, bridles, snaps,
brushes, whips, etc,, out. Termt strictly
catb. All persons indebted to mo are re
quested to call and stttU l,e r nefoimti.
Dr. .1. W. lir.KiMAN trti.i all disbar
that prevail In this climate, but b wl(t
give special atleutiou to diieaet of tho
"bronchial tubes, lunt and their ttH'
sues.' Bronchitis, bronchial and lubercu.
lar consumption and pulmonary apoplexy
treated by inhalation of nehuli.ed fluids,
medicated air, gate, vapors and powtlen,
Consumptives, atliiiouirli. your diseate
stands at tin ka M' all diseares, both in
prevalence aud faUaiity, there it hope for
you yet. Cboer up. Often houn Iroiu 10
a. in. until :' p. in.
.1. W. BttlaJVA-V, M. D.
Otrlc and residence, Twelfth tlreet
botwean Walnut and Celar, Cairn, 111
P. O. box 820. 21-d.Vwlt
SoMUTlllNa New. 1 liavo improved
and perfectea a new prooesa liy which the
Ferrotype is brought out equal to tho licit
Photographs, and more durable. Copies
from paintings and engravings made fully
equal to the original in appearance, the
lights aud .shades brought out with' ro
markable nunearanee. so that nothing
surpaites the beauty and natural expres
sion of Ibe picture. And in fact, any old
pictures are copied by Ibis process so as to
look as well or better than tho original
picture. Those having old pictures or
ehoice paintings or ongravings for pres
ents, canuot do' bettor, than avail tbcui
ae.ves of this remarkable improvement.
J. J. Tuomas, Pbotographor,
Corner of Eighth street and Commercial
I Will attend at the following times and
places In the several precincts In this i-ounty
Iu conformity with law, for the purpose
ol receiving the atatc and county tuea lor
the vear 1813. aetollowa, to-wlt:
In Unity precinct, at the bouse ol William
llolden, Monday January ID, 1874.
In llszlewood precinct, at Dr. Jones' store,
Toledo, Tuesday, January 20, 1874.
Ill Clear Creek precinct, at Mnrchltdou A
uuiieye tiore, mom 11 01 itcck, neiines
lsv. January 21. 1874.
In Thebes precinct, at J. O, KoIIivIiik's
store.Thebes, Thursday, January 22, 1874,
In Santa Ve precinct, at W. II. Anderson'
btorc, Santa Fe, Friday January 2il, lb74.
Iu (loose Inland precinct, at O. Ureenley'a
store, uoose iniauu, haiuruay, .January
Iu Dog Tooth precinct, at the house of N
Uuimackcr. Tuesday. January 27. 1874.
In South' Cniro product, at tne office ot .1,
1;. iiannait, 'Cairo, weuncsuay, January
In North Cairo precinct, t the court house,
Cairo, Thursday, January 2!), 1874.
Section No. lfti of the amended revenue
law or this ttato rrqulrcs mat levy by jpe
collector upon the personal properrroi tue
i..v- n.v.rU .1.1,1. r,.r the non-payment ol
personal taxes on or before the 10th day of
Hcctlon So. 177, provides that all taxes
upon real f slate remaining; unpaid on tbe
loth, day Of March nexl, tllall bo deemed
Tax paycra will hear In mind these
changes, at the law will be vigorously en
forced. "llo aura to; bring your title papers or
last years tax receipts, with you, that uo cr
rora in paying taxes may occur.
Alex. II. Irvin, Collector.
Cairo, Ill. Dec, 111. 1673. daw-til
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE
Happy relief ror young meuirom tbe el-
leeis 01 errors anu anuses iu eany tue. jwau
hood restored. Impediment, to marriage
removed. New method of treatment. New
and remarkable waueesmiJoks aud clr
aulars sent freeT'ln sealed tnvelones. AeV.
dress, Howard Aieoclatlon, Me. 2 South
Ninth street. Philadelphia, Pa.--n Instltu
tlon having a blh reputation for' honorable
conuiir t ana professional mm. iu-i u.Ttwam
-J. .1 1 l-a-i i .
s . .4 . J J NOf ICR. ' ' ' r
The annual meeting of tbe stockholders
of the Flrat J4allotial Bask of Calm for the
election of directors, will be held at U of.
dee of said bank In Cairo, on Tuesday, Jan
uary 1.1, 1874, between the houre ol 10
o'clock a.m and 4. o'clock p.m.
Ciu. Cu.vxinoham, Cashier.
QaIko. Ills.. December 10, 187. 11
Rais has on hand, and lor sale a large
liuntlty of oafcashl Llskory wood, ciitand
split, and ready for tha ttove. Alo.all
kinds ol coal which will be delivered 1st aur
part of the city on abort notice. Leaye or
ders at coat yard, ou Commercial avenue,
6iio,lle Klei.enth street. Dei.tt4m
The well-known bllslnett stand of t'utUtd
Si 1'rovo, at the moulli,of Clearcreek, Ales
ander county, Illinois, situated la on a et
Ihe fine-it sgrfcultfaral districts bf tbe West,
and with a wrll-establlsbed trade. ThtawUI
be tound rare upportuulty for.aa euerietlc
'Ihe premises couslsl of a store 20X40 teat
dwejllnjr of tlKlit rooH, well furnished
and conveniently arranged, good clsteraa
and all necessary out-bulldlngS, and one
acre or land. Terms liberal. Apply er
AddreKa, Wkl. CCaTEAl),
12-y-lm. il.Vw. Cleearcree Landing, Ilia.
Hoot aud shoe maker, Twea h street, be
tween Waanington avenue ami roplar
street, Is prepared to make boots ana aboae
In the lateat and moat taablenable alyjet.
He will make them to order, old r aew
styles to suit customers, out of the he! and
freibcst stock, of which he always ;baa
good supply on hand from which to stake
(CleottoiM, All ttung ef boot aid aboet
tuadijty Mr. KWtra la deiseln bii'iawn abop
no foreign fitting being ;iTse3 by bias,
dive him a call, and he will give you satis
faction. TRUSTKK'S SALE.
WiiaKKAB Mathew D. (lunterby his sale
mortgage dated October 7, 1872, and, re
corded iu volume of sale mortgagee on
page 111, In the Recorder's office ef Alex
ander county, Illinois, conveyed to the un
dersigned the following, to-wlt: A lease
hold estate for the term el five (D) years, in
and to lots lx (Oh seven (7) and eight (8), in
block three (3) In the Urn addition to the
citv of Cairo, Illinois, commencing March 0,
1D7I, under and by virtue of a certain lease
bearing date, Starch 0, 1H7L executed by
Slants Taylor and Edwin l'areous. trust!
of tbe Cairo City Property to Peter A. Co-
num. anu uy aaiu retor a. tenant, witn me
written consent of aald Taylor and l'araons,
aaalfiied to aolil Mathew D. Ounter ou tbe
3Ut or May, 1872, together with all the Im
provements thereon, belonging to the aald
(untvr of every kind and nature soever. In
cluding mill fixtures, enginca, boilers, ban
and other tlxturea appertalnlnz and belong
ing to the mill building thereon situate; to
ceiiro tbo payment ot a certain uromlaaorv
uoto in aald mortgage specified : Now un
der the provislonx nt said sale mortgage, de
tain), uaviuc uceu snaue in me navmeni or
tec note thoieln mentioned, theuniieralaned
will offer aald property for sale at auction,
to me iiigurn .iiiuaer, ror ensn.
at the court house door, Cim. Illinois,, at i
rtVlocK p.m. on nATUIUlAY THK SITU
DA V OK .lANt'AUY, A, I). 1874.
11 EMIT L. HALLIPAV,
Mortgager! and Truttce.
Whkrkas. Mathew D. Guutcr. bachelor.
by hit sale tnotuaire. dated March 13th. 1871.
and recorded on page 87 of book 'A of deeds.
in 1110 iiurortiore omcc 01 Aicxanatr
county, Illlnol.: .And, whereas, Mathew
utimcr ana nu Dy ineir ssue mon-(.a-o
datoil July 7, 1871, and recorded on
pagu74 Ol liuoa. ISvretorda Iu the Recorder's
,oiucri ol , Alexander uountv, Illinois, con
c)cd to.Uic uuilcrslgnnd, the lollowlnj de
Aurihed Iota and property, to-wlt ' Lot thlr-
ty-uino (.t.i) in block thirty. two , ,. and lot
twentv-onu (211 in block tU .. . ivn. all
In the first addition t V.tr rttj l 47iiro Ills.
Ahti .1 iciiacuom cum or ine icimoi ten
110) yearn, In tind'to lm ..tern (Hi) and
Mivi'iilreii (17), in block -iMrrn Urt) in the
first addition to the city ot 1 nil.., Illinois,
coniiUHncing December 6, 1j7u, under ami
by ili ttio or it certain Icaso bearing date
llcceinbrr f, t$',i), oxer tiled liy IV., V. and
11. o. .lonus, trustees ior win, .Martin,
to tho said MiitbewD.dtinter, tofetber with
ait and singular the building and Improve
uients of every kind or nature soever
situate ou said lott. sixteen (101 and seven
teen (17) belonging to said Guntcr, to-wlt s
one dwellini; lioiiw, one store and dwelling
house, one mill building with mill lixtures,
engine, boilers, burs and other fixtures ap
pertainin'anit belonging thereto, to secure
the payment or certain premlstory notes In
said two tnortgagca' spenUed : Now, under
uie provisions 01 noiu 01 taia sale mortgages
default 'Having been made in tho payment
or thu notes In them mentioned, the under
signed will offer Maid property for sale, at
auction, to the highest bidder, tor cash, at
the court house door. Cairo, Illinois at'i
o'clock p.m. nn HATL'ltKA Y, Till: J4TH
PAV OF JANI'AKY, A, D. 1874.
UK.NKT la. llALLtlur,
31ert4;ageo and I'riialee
Green & (illliuil, AUorueya, ,
JJ. F. PARKER,
(Successor to Parker A Wake,)
PAINTS AND OILS
wrN DOW 1,'rLA Hf-l
win HOW HUAUBB,
a-.l ln'oUbraibU illaniualla
lira -ST. oom
WKW YORK BTOitr-,
WUOLKSALK AND HKTAIli',-
LAKOEST VAXI BTY PTOOK IIS TUN
GOODS SOLD VERY OLOUK.
thtrster t( slaatetealt etveael mmA f
' sstorrassl A .
(1. O. PATIKl
foe sA.ias ;
CAIRO CITY GAS CC
IIshII vthVAil In aiiiv iiatt-t Ai ibsl
Tweuty.tttjT bllslisis for TWO DOLlaANi).
iu t.n.nu 11, 1 . OEitocni, oun.
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30LLKCT1ONB fawOMlTaaT MMJtU.
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C1TT NATIONAL RANK KUlBDItJU.
Special attention paid te orders team
seamnoats, nigns or nay.
(Successor ta Jaases Kymastoa,)
M.IWH aavil tlaaaSaVM JkttSav'etaa. mmMIm
sun euiu BBMa.. aaua an Brssann aas asas mm
tenantl far trees wonts) IMsn.asM nestad ta
ten tbousand Dousda. ' ' U '
HYIiAND k SAUKR,
CHOICE FRE9H MEATS
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Comer 10th ttraet and Cssnmsrslai aTsau
nextaotir ta Ue HTkancl ieJoen.
1 1-11 tf. ' "OATltO, lXLfl.
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AND DBALEB fit
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asaaa saaai tm .vra- S7kBtlAa MXmO.
ear essr. Twetaltets. tltreot ttawl Veen
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etosta aud Hi
id aUughUnoBly the tteet Cstttle,
lers for Fresh
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M wnctiirsrs ka4 JJenttyea la .
Also A settle iar the
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