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LOCAL WEATHEH REPORT.
imsMvaR'a umoic, Cairo, Ilk,
,)nury'lT,-10:U i.ui., 174.
(Urometer, SOii'.! digroei.
Wind 8. K. Velocity I0ru'll perhmr.
Weather eloudy ? s VJ
Maximum taniperaittfe for last 24 hour,
Minimum temperature lor the last 24 hours,
1 degrees. ,
1'MtaMngwlnd for last 24 hours, south.
Total nutatler of tntlea traveled by wind
during last 3 hours, 148.
Uliuwr aignal Hervtce, 1). a. A.
..I). H.Vl.lfH E1 T.
or the roi-L' r-vonns,
FANjXY b. price.
And hr SUr Combination.
TUESDAY EVENING, .In,.o,
Will lo Presented tlio Jlonutlful lhrce
Act Drama, Entitled
WEDDED YET NO WIFE.
I,aJy Camilla Hallston: MISS PRICK.
To Conclude with tin Farce, Entitled
Aft NEIGHBOR'S WIFE!
J udy U'Trot J U M A II A N OH KTT.
Parquette '. 76 Ctf.
Family Circle SO Cti.
Reserved Seats la Family clrcle...75 OU.
Soles . .; $1 00
Reserved Beats can be procured at D.
ilartman's, without Extra Ciiaroi.
Doors open at 7 o'clock ; Commencing M
BANK 'HTA FEMKNTN.
.MJRTV.I'IITII report of tli condition of th
rmt National Rank of I'jiro, Illiuun, at the cIoe
vl LuuncH Uctemlr Z, 197 J.
Ixunt and ditcounu.-
(.'. S KonJt to tecure circulation
V !,( l
1 .5 31
I.'. .s.bonde ..ml tecuriUet on
Oll.er tlocll, lnd ami mort
Iae from micalrs bikI rc-
X)ut from wlr utlgnal bjr.k. .
! frost Uinkt tDi bnVert.m
ltl tttat .
I'urnltiu tad fiiluttt... ..
Taict pil... Mi
Cih iltmi, including rtvcuu
; h band, Cirrency.. V"
" " cin .. .".TO V
oht and tan ............ 7,wl li
iuu of USinl4,Atesas4r ceuarr, i.
I, CKarlu OimiiD(ham, caiWcr of tnt Hrt r.a
iutu4otlttruektlicbcitf my -iwoltde aod bf
" CltAS. CUNNINGHAM. CaWrr.
nubwriiWJ and avora I brra t-I.
d" 01 "-,?tr,iirn.cAxnr.r.. w.ir puic.
Cornel Atlew: .
ICOB'T. W. MILLER, Ihrtclor,.
W. It MORKIS.
REKJIlT-cr tb condition oi ma uiy nauoMi
Bask of Cairo, at t'alro, In ttn atate of llliccit at
trie clow of buitncti Peeember sn, I7J,
la4 and dUeountl...
U. S. boodaMa tecur clrcula
U. S. Umda ou hand......
!her itoclra, bxmdl and tnort.
Liar from redeeming and rt.
ten. af cntt.... .
l)u fruaa other national UuW
Due fiom other tanlt and
Other real estate. ......
1 axe paid . .
Cdecki and other caih Item
I Mia of other national baakt
r rational currency, (iwludluj.
lgal lender ntrf
Copital atock pii ln.............
Kxchanxe- ' 4.113 .
flT:T; li.im trt
i.roft,-nd"io. -j. , JJg g
Hrculatlon ouUlanding im'JJii Si
Indieidual deroilM 'SSW. ??.
Due! to lute baU and bankcrt.
State of lUiaoia, county of Alexander, at.
I. A. B. HArrUUII. caahler of the dty ; Na
tl jrlal-Bank ol Cairo, do tolemnly ner llmt the
above ttatemcnt la 4me to ih ben of ny Inowledie
HuUeribtdind orn ta befgre me Ihl ,14th day of
January; t74. can,;ec Nounr ,mWc.
Ccrtect-Atteu: y nAVUVky
II, S. 11ALI.1UAY, ' J-Dirtcton.
O. I). WILLIAMSON, J
Cfntuur iilnimeu ,
The great dlrcovcry of tlie
are. mere uno pain which
the Centaur Liniment will not
rellevej no awelllnif which It
will not rubdue, ami no larao
n,.u which It will no; cure
I -fhlt U itrone latiKnare. but
flt (a trim. 1th DO llUUllltlu'!
WtyPtVi the recipe U printed around
each bottle. A circular containing certlfl.
cates of wendetlul curei ot. rhcuiuatlein
neuralfita, lock-jaw, apralns, twclllngs,
bums. tcaUU, caked-breantii, poWonout
bites, frezen leot, ijout, riilt rheum, ear.aclio
Ac, and tho recipe ol tno Liniment will be
bent gratia to anyone. It Is tho meet won
derful heallnR and pain relloylnsr agent the
world haa ever produced. It sells as no ar.
tide e.ver bfora did tell, tnd It ellabecauno
It does Just what It pretends to dp. One hot
,i. r !ha i'ontiir Liniment for anlmnls
(yellow wrapper), is worth a .hundred dol
larsfor spavined, atralned or Railed homes
ana mules, and for screw-worm iu sheep.
No family or stock-owner can afford to be
without CenUur Liniment. Price, 60 cciitn:
aegr bottles, ft. J, H. Rote Co., bi
llroadwar, Mew lorK.
OA8T01UA is more tnan a substltuta tor
Cantor Oil. It is the onlr hafx articlo in
uxlttence which la sure to regulate Die bow
els, cure wlndoollo and produce natural
aleen. it Wpleasanttotake. Cblldrcnneed
not cry and mothers may sleop. 10-7 wly
T. N. K1MBROUGH,
CARPENTER & BUILDER
rcHih ftti-Mieuid WtublsUM AVSHB
OT All kinds oi Jobbing work donion
ibpr notice, and ib tfoodtifia Leavear
drit( tbt chop.
CAIRO LOCAL. NEWS.
Major Lkr hta been iu the. city fur
sovcrat dayt. . -V
' ' ''i - -
HcUKURRK tO-nlgbtMhe lut ol Mill'
Price' t engagement in'tbU'c'lty.
Tile churcbot o! tlm city wtro til well
attended on Sunday evening.
Hn". .ti. HtLL Mid fitmity 'of Cob
deu, ware at llit St. Charlst hotel V4,tr-
.Hoi,. O. W. Wall of Duqumn, ii,ln
the tit; attending to busiuess la it iir
cult Aud county court.
'I'nB'Fanriy Price troup glretLtii Utt
oLtuttfcliiinent In, this' lty,ll eveturig
.1Ui lioaie will be crowded.. ,
Fouxo. -A ''gold dollar'esrhob -hjcl
tlieowlinr Ctrl tdve ty pjlD(( THC lU'L.
i.eti! for Hit nntlc. C3-l-l-1t
itKLU,or, Uui Arllhuton Loljw, l
so vll pleafsJ TUli"l'rlt4r fty Umj),'
nfter two week'a trUl "f onaof Uium tbut
be bm ordurcd dur.en wblch lifl IntutnU
pUclnln bli hotel.
A rcLiK.ioirN llrerr tatdo Voticr
rid a Coui(urcUntTnue bUckimltb lnJ
knook-dovrj ou Wittnton artiniih re
tvrdty looting. Ttie livorv lUblc msn
cntne out flrtlbeit.
For KrsT. On Conitnorcikl avaiiiid
one largo room furnltbed or unfariiiibed
ultable for ileoplng room for gentleman
and vrlfo or two ronlletnou. Apply at
UulmtIM olHoo. 3C-I.13.lin
Tiik nlaiqotrrado ball at Bheel'i hall
nilit wn a great iuccoh io far ai tba
number la attendance wai concerneJ.
Krerylblog pMod ol! quietly, auJ llie
bsyi bad a good time generally.
Wu, llaiicLirr, ion of Jude Kadclit)'
of 1'aducab, wan drowned wall ikatlng
on a pond near that city on SaturJay.
The deccaiod leave a wife and tvro chil
dren. Hit da,lb li regretted by a laro
circle of Irlende.
Mr. Vfu. FtTCirm bat been pntnted
expreci egeni M tntt piac rice air. Al
bright, who hat been trantferrcd to Jack
ton, The promotion of theie gentlemen
it an evodence that merit and worth are
appreciate by the company. (Joluinbui
A rkdclxr convocation of Cairo
Royal 'Arch chapter No. 71, UiU (Tum-
day) evening at 7 o'clock. Work Im the
It. E. II. dogree. A punctual attendance
deiired. C. Hasmt, becrtttry.
Joiik Makaiiak. white, and John Ulb-
lon and David Oelni, colored, for the pen.
Itentiary; and 4 colored boy for the re
form toliool, left thli city on Sunday in
charge ef Deputy .Sphei. Tula it the lut
batch of prlionert convicted at tblt term
of tbo circuit court.
Tuk tollowing were among tb arrival t
at tho St. Charlet hotel yetterday : V il
Gilbert, Evanivillej Capt. John 0 CrRini
Billy IllRnker, J U Violet and O Dickcr
ton.Stearaer Uello of Mcuiphiij T S L'aiey,
Wbwdlnjr, "Weal Virginia; John S Wil-
kint.St. Xoult; non G "W "Wall, Be-
Quoin ; C R Talbott, Cincinnati.
I'art.vkr AS'aktku. A gentleman
without capital, but with teveral yearn
tixperienco Rnd thoroughly itcqaainted
with the buaint't. it dutlrout of forming
a partnertbip in the Hide, Fur and
Leather butineit in Colro, with lomo one
who can furnish R capital of tay $5,000.
Addreti, drawer 227. 49-1-18-tf
Ciiarme MzHNKR. Jr., returned to
Cairo on Saturday night, riowe limu go
while working at a Are in Loutivillo, be
wai to badly injured at to oat I rely doitroy
hit powert of articulation. Hti hwing it
uniiupairod, and by the uto of r tlalo and
poncil he U able to carry on c jnvoriatlon.
Charlie't triondt in thit city will regret
hit terriblo mitforluno.
The barber tbop U on tho cornor of
Eighth ttroot and Commorclal avenue
wbore J. Goorgo ationhouso with bis gen
tlemanly aulatanU can be found at any
hour of tho day or night, ready to eoothe
vour feelinct with a imootu thave, or cool
your temper and hexd with a good tharn.
poo. It U a CnKlars thop, RBrt you are
turo 01 receiving urav-tinaa maiunu,,
LRdlc&' and chlldron't fcair cut or curled
after the moil approved itylot. 8.15-tf
The tteamor Crcrcont City, which lefi
here yetterday with a tow of barget for
New Orleans, took one thousand torn oi
grain, wblch iho received from Ualliday
llrothsrt' warehoute. Tbii, we are tola, it
the largett quantity of grain ever tnipped
hy any one ilrtn at one time from thit city.
Hotidot the grain tho Crotcent Uily tooit
1.600 tont mlicellaneout frolgut, an ro.
celved at tbii port.
Tiik Cairo and Vlnconnot railroad com.
pany yeilerday shipped ono car containing
48 balet of cotton, weiguing in me afgre
gate 22,3m pounds. Thit it thobannor
car of tbo teaion. Vo undonianu tno
Vlnconnss road has on hand and by ad
vices in the neighborhood of 'i,000 bales
to be shlnoed t. The oar above men
tioned wat continued to A. D. White,
"Winchenod, Massachusetts, nnd wont for
ward by the Whlto line.
On Tuesday cvorung tho German tchool
Rssoclatlon of Mound City, will glvo a
ball for tbo buiioflt of tho school. In or
ilar to accommodate those of thoir Ger
man friends in tblt city who may desire
to attend, urrangomonts liavo been made
with the Cairo an.1 Vlnconnss railroad to
run a special train, which willlenvo Cairo
at nine o'olock p.m., and return whon the
ball is over. Tho price of a ticket is one
dollar, and entitles tho bo&ror to parsago
from Cairo to Mound City and return ns
well as admission to the ball. Tickets
can be had at Mr. .1. Bchlcslnger's picture
ga'.llry, on FJghth street, botwoon Com
incrclal and Watblngton avenues.
At about 0 o'clock yesterday morning
Jailor McCarthy was arottied bytn un
utual commotion among the dogt about
'ITHS CAIRO DAILY
tie prtmTiai, Oa go fog down fcCo tbe
ytrJ be dltcbvered Just oatilde the fence
an olJ urtiy negro CarrylBj;o bit head a
blckory bottoln ;cUlr' ,wlth swlll pall
banging on oach leg of' It. McCarthy
called to the old man, but the poor olJ fel
low took frl(lit-and Icumpeted wy, at
faitRR hit feehlo.limbi would carry IiImi.
Tbe chair and buckets are lri tbe poms
lou of the Jailor.
1 I Mil. .
It bat been a loose time since tho Alb,
tisutd wat so densely crowded at it wu
last eight, and Miit Hanrhctt may Justly
feal citiipliiiientcd at It wat her benefit,
l'lio KudUncu wat not only large, but wat
In urn at part composed of our mott Intel
ligent tnd bit peupltt. Tbe entertain
ment, to far as the troupe could make It,
Wtii excellent, tin beting of all belug at
food, and In many rpcW, better thiu
thoy baJ before dun In tint city. Mlit
1'rlO) ai Anna (atbtriak. did not dottatt
In the 'llgBHt from Ler utual Unci
aotltig, but 'Jiortonated tbo1 character
lo perfcctlpn, Of her rendition of the
iharicttr Laura Fairlie tbe tame may be
said. In the seccad or "after pleco," Ire
Und as It Is," Mist UaoubeU.estumlngtbt
bwdiBtj rile, was the attraction. Al Judy
O'Trot she wat In her glory, and mora
than onoe "brought down tbe house"
ber antics. Meters. Meldruu. Murray,
Harry and llowarth went ..fully
up to tbolr parts aa.l acts-1
thera well, as they always do. lVvuigbt,
the last of tie company's stay la this city,
will be presented the beautiful three act
drama eutitled "Wedded, Yet nu Wife,'
Mitt l'rioe appearing at Lady Camilla
Heilitona. liy rtquett of a largo num
ber of cillzent, the I tree entitled "My
Neighbor wife 1 will conoluiq the even-
iogt eater tatnmont. Tills Is a good bill,
and rs this Is the lut time that Miss Frica
and her excellent troupe wll appear la
this city, it i to bo hoped will draw a full
The Court.4. CWcuU Court. In this
court, yesterday, the followidg case were
called and for cause continued to the next
twr; M. 1. McOiuro vt. Hunter;
John C. Moon vs. A. J. Carle; Ws. Mc-
Ander vs. John H. llrown. The follow
ing casot wore diipotol of: Tbe City of
Cairo vt. J. F.. Park and John T. Sbep
pard ; violation of city ordinance ; die.
mined for want of evidence. Reulon
Weaver, vs. Jas. Green; action of dobt ;
ditmissod. Michael Due an vt. Charles
'Williams; trespass; Judgment tor tbe de
fendant. County Court. Tho following criminal
cases were tried: The people, etc, vt.
John Dornoy and John O'Brien, larceny ;
ditcharged. Samo vs. Tho. Gibbony;
larceny; adjudged guilty and sentenced to
thirty days in tho county jail and to. piy
a line of 12. The following tivll buti
neit wat ditpensed with as follow : M.
May field, & Oa. vs. Eamet Manufacturing
Company. Atsumtll, damages, f'210.
Leave granted plaltittrTt lo atntnd
declaration. Slary A. Frott, minor
heir of Daniel Froit, deceued, appeared
before the court and atked that "Lewi t F.
Johnson be appointed as her guardian
Lettert of administration ordered to utile
to tald Johnson. Estate of EJward T.
Rots, deceased, G. W. Wall, administra
tor; final report submitted, examined,
approved, and said administrator ordered
ditcharged from all further' liabilities.
1'ulice Cvnrt.ln Police Magtitrato
liird't Court, C. Midlock, Wm. Ilurkhart,
James Murpney and C. Kaller, arrotted
by ahcehac, Jiartaln, Lahue andllebner,
fur disorderly conduct, were fined $0 and
coits each. John Hennessy, for a plain
drunk was sent over for three days. Dati'l
C. Bjono, oa a charge of fighting was
fined $5 and trimmings, which he paid.
Cilvln C. HroT.il, a Union county blood,
wat beforo hit honor on a ubarge of dis
orderly conduct'. Mr. llrown was as
sesse'l f 5 and "lndvtables,"' which he paid,
and left a poorer if not t better man.
Jim Harris on a similar charge wtnt to
the calitbooso for nino days.
FOR SALE AT A UAUUAIN.
Uot-l-ed windows, with' or without
glass. Enquire cornor Thirteenth and
Walnut streets. 13.15-iTw
ELECTION OF OFFICERS OF TUB
DELTA CITY FIRE COMPANY.
Tho Kecond annual election of the Dolta
City Fire Company will take place Wed
nesday evening, January 21, at tbe com
pany's ongino house All members aro
requested to attend.
65--00-2t. M. J. McGaulev, fcecy.
I will tell my houso and lot on Commer
cial avonuo above Fourth rtrft (lot 3
block 15) at a bargain. The house con
tains nino large rooms, including a large
bar-room. To any ono JwUhiug to pur
chase I will tell on good terms and easy
payments. Wm. McCurvitk
30 d&w lm
On Soyonth street, Cain, Illinois, one
of tho mott beautiful homostaads in tno
city,; conrlstlng of two lots liandsomf ly,
enclosod, set with flowers, evergreens
shrubbory, io., &a ; r well built and neatly
funished cottagd containing seven rooms,
collar, cistern, wood bouse, wash houso.
bath liouso;and coal house, with gas aim
overy convoulence. Apply to
John Q. Harmon & Co.,
Real Kstato Agents.
January, 1874. H-3-lm.,
ASS1GNE ICS NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given to the creditors
of Robert A. Cunningham, that ho bat
mado an asslgmnont of his property to
me, with full powor to collect his debts.
I thlnk I can correctly stato that his pro
perty will bo amply sufficient to pay all
existing debts against him, If the expenses
of litigation can be avoided, All persons
having claims agalns him will ploue call
and present their accounts to me for adjust
ment. and all parsoni Indebted to him will
pleue call and settle at onco and save ccstt
ai my deslra It to settle hit affairs at tbo
earliest possible moment.
.. D. MATHUSS,
Jamiarv 18. 1871. !J0.20.Gt
For a eood square meal go to Harry
Walker's restaurant, Commercial avenue
botwoon Seventh and Eights street, iia
J i i , Hi
, . Fkiouk CoRRKNTOrrict, i
Mlcnday Sro., Jkn.M(4,il874 (
I i pr.VE.RAL RKUARIt, '
Tbe.market during Friday and Satur
day displayed considerable icitcmeht In
coniequsnce of lb let block add at St.
Louis but tbiit.wsokr opens with toft,
rainy i wfjattjer and trade very r qulel.
l'rlcot hftWter'.' tvra held irrn and an ad
vance It asked on ;prn to-day. This is In
conteuueuce of the favorable newt from
below. White and yellow sacked closed
to-day at 67(gH8c and mixed only a oent
or two .lower, Taataetlont atd couUned
almost entirely to the local and order
trad. There It' a fair amount of ati of.
faring and takers (Iberally to meet orders ,
but no speculators wart operating in grain
of any kitid to-day. f
Meal ctitlnut if.inwhartMlUd and
strung as It hat. leea si ass tbsclvi of tht
Mississippi- This semi,toib tbe only
branch of t'-M, market tJMrf St. Louis ha
any erl'ect on. Viices, aro firm at
3 00 and tba aittkct almost bare
There wat quiet aeavy movement In
flour on Friday, but tba matStt is vtry
llutter and dressed poultry nre vory
scarce and in active request. (;'gt con
tlnuo very dull and over-stocked.
The market it fullof 'Tow grades of hay
aoajiooe wanttJ. UDoica grades art in
active rrquett for the order trade aud
very llllla In market.
Tbe leading lints of groceries are firm
and advancing. Sugar and cotl'oe are
Vey Drm at qualatlont.
Mkirretpondents should bear in bund
that oar quotations reproient prices for
round lots from first bands, unlets other
wise statoJ, and that in tilling, sirfall or
ders blither prices must be pald.nffie
FLOUR The market during tbe latter
part of lut week wat active and some
what excited, but the warm change of tbe
wealbor and a prospective opening of tba
Mississippi hat cooled it down to-day.
We noio sales since our last report of 200
bbls XXX 7 00; 100 Ibis low XXX 0 CO;
lfObbli XXXX 7 60; 200 bbli XXX
winter, to' orrive, 7 25; 200 ;bbla XXX
winter, on tracks 00; COO bbls XXX
winter, del 7 121; 200 bbls choice family
8 20&3 25; 1,500 bbls vtrlout gradot
HAY Common hay in large supply
and. dull. Choice finds a ready market,
and Is scarce, very little reaching thU mar
ket. Sales embrace two cars Prairie del.
11.00;' six carr?coBi-non mixed del. 12.00
gllS.OO; two (.Mi choice mixed 14.0C
15.00; four crjjchoice timothy del. 17.00
IT.f.O; ono car "fancy" timothy del. 1S.00,
CORN Firm but Inactive to-daV. Rc-
ceipts are light and tb' supply' of all
kindt oa the market it very limited,
Sales weru one w,hlte In bulk on track 68c;
twelvo cart whiti, in tacks del. GC&G7;
6,000 bushels mixed, bulk, in elevator BC,c;
tlx cart mixed in tacks del. CS8Tcf .fiva
cars whito sacked and del. resold CtQfh,
OATS Tbe stock on the market to-day
of nlJ !, .not Urire was
fully up to the demand, which is conflhiOT
to the order trade. I'ricet olose firm Si
5'2 in s:kt 4C10 In bulk. Sales, four
can Southern Ills, mixed Sic; four cara
mixed in bulk 4.V?)4C; ten cars northern
mixod in sacks f2c; Sve cars white Galena
64'j5q seven cars white in sacks tic'; Ova
cart while in, tacks olgSi; tire cars black
Norway seed told on p. t
CORN MKAL This branch of the
market displayed considerable excitement
lut Friday aud Saturday, on receipt of
the newt tbat St. Louis wat out off by the
ice; and although tho weather has
changed and the domand not to active,
holders aro firm at 3 00, aud the market
but Hcantly supplied. We report Bales of
COO bbls steam dried at 3 00; COO bbls do,
sold uarly, at 2 'JO and COO bbls city meal,
steam dried in lots 3 103 25.
UKAN Scarce and in good demand at
16 05 per ton. We noto sales of sob sacks
at tbat price,
BUTTER Tba supply on the market
is very small, rocolpts have run very
m all and the dsmand Is good, Almost
any kitm of good roll buttercommaode 20c,
and chalco Northern would toll nearly at
3032c. We note ealet of liGO.l'n South
oru ItMuois roll, good at 24!5c; 12 pkg
medium roll at 2vUSs; 0 pkgt hoioe
Northern at JiegOo.
EGGS Continue in largo supply and
very dull at 20c. Sales 800 dor.en ship
pers' count 20c.
POULTRY There it no dressed poul
try In market to-day. Receipts find
ready sale and pro inaufllcltnt to supply
CHICKENS GO doztn good to choict
dressed told at 2 C03 00.
TURKEY'S 350 Bit choice dretted sold
at 11 Jc; 600 lbs do 11c.
DRF.S.1ED. HOGS Thore it considera.
bio inquiry for dretted hsgt for family uto.
Thero wat none in the market to-day,
Quoted at GQCc.
APPLES There is no strictly
cuoico apples In tho market and they are
wanted, 60 bbls choice northern told at
5 OOffifl 00.
PROVISIONS All kindt cured and
dry salt meati are moderately active. Wt
noto tales of 100 bbla rnett pork l&lu 60;
15;ctttli clcur sides D S c'3J; 10 casks
D S shouldeat CCJ; o casks D S baini
010J, 6 tlorces bacon flamt 1111
COTTON Has been rather quiet with
little or no demand for low grade, Saint
compriso 100 balet. Ordinary 1 - J; strictly
ordinary 1 3c.
STGAR Crushed, powdcrod and grn
ulatud 13c; soft refined tugart 1112.
CHEESE Cream Mo; New York fae
LIME 1 26 1 CO tbbl.
CEMENT 3 002 60 bbl.
COAL OIL CO V gal.
GUNNIES Re-sewed -'J butbelt 18c ;
3 bushels 2U,
SYRUPS Choice OOotl per gsllun;
w urleans 76fttHQc.
PLABTKRING HAIR 3Sn per
BURLAPS 3J butUels corn, J oz
16Jo; do 10 02 lea; 4 bushels otUSUc; 6
bushels 21c ; 6 butbolt 2'-'e. ,
BRF,SWAX-V P) 30f.
JANUARY 20, W4.
SOAP Shaetler'i Garmafiinottltd. 71:
Ctampaigr. toap, 7Jc.
COFFEE-'Java 4o42; Laguayra
3ttf36 Rio prima to choice 323lc.
FREIGHT Catten, compressed to
New York, file! to Button, St. Uncom
pressed, to New York, II 14; to Botttin
To New Orleans and VivUbure;
Potatoes, applet, etc, 30c; pound
freights ISO cwt: hav 13 .car un: l'ork
Cet bbl; tobacco $4; cotton 11, To Mem
phis, Sour, etc., i!Jc per bbl; pou-d freight
12jc twt; hay 14 per ton.
tud dprtjri fur the 31 hours tsalbg at f
li, ui. last riTBDIliJl :
Slearser F P Gracoy, Columbus
" Jtm Flsk, Paducab
11 Hiram CAtupbell, Ulctrmin
" Colorado, Vtckilurg
" Shannon, Cincinnati J
" John A. Wood, PilUhurg
" ilelle Memphts, Memphis
" Mr.ry Houston, New Orloans
" .1 I) Parker, Cincinnati
" lien Franklin, Memphis
" Mollle Ebert, Cincinnati.
Slsauer F P Gracey, Columbus
" Jas. Fisk, I'aducab
" llirarn Laiopbell, Hickman
' Shannon, Now Orleans
" John A Wood, Now Orleans
" Belle of Memphis, Retirement
' Mary Houstirn, Cincinnati
" J D Parker, Memphit
' R A Uabbage, New Orleans
" lien Fraklln, Cincinnati
11 Molllo Ebert, New Orleans.
The Ohio river fell sevan inches iu the
twenty-four hours ending last evening.
There Is nothing new concerning tbe Mis
slssippl worthy of notice. However, if
the present condition of the weather con
tinues, that stream will soon be free) from
ice. Uutineti it looking up.
Tbo Crescent City and bargvt yetterday
got away with 1,000 torn grain, and 1,600
tont miscellaneous freight. The grain
Was all taken froth Halliduy Bros, ware
house This is the larcost shipment of
grain by any one firm ever made from
John Meant tried to go up tbe Missis
sippi yesterday for corn, and found a
gorge of lea at Thompnon't landing, five
feet, extending from shore to 'Itore, and
reaching out as far as sho could tee up the
river, in the evening the took a bar-
to Madrid to load with grata. Her other
barget are being loaded here.
K. A. Babbage took five monitor bargtt
of coal, a fuel barge ant a barge of freight
for New Orleans.
Tho Shannon wat deeply laden and
added a small lot of poultry.
Jas. D. Parker brought 30 tons for
Cairo and added 176 tons which gave her
a good trip for Memphit.
The Evantvllle packets have not
brought much down lately. ti rirr li
too high yet, for tbo farms to get to tbe
river with their cern, being blocked off' by
the water and ice in the tlouglii.
Tho John A Wood patted down Tith a
big tow of ccrl Sunday.
Jim Dongborty and Henry Athlon are
pilott of tbe R. A. Uabbage, and Iturney
Cralne and Angello Mcllrlde are on the
The Colorado is loading for Vicksburg,
and tho Belle of Memphit has 'aid up.
The lien Franklin hat .ItJO bales of cot.
ton for tho Ohio river.
A pipe threo tnchet In diameter leadiug
to a pump in the hold of the Pauline Car
roll kurated by tho ice, thawed out yot-
terday moring, lotting water Into her, and
when discovered wat 0 inches over dun
nage, 'ino tug pumped ner out puiore
night. She it lying up noar the point be
low the St. Chirloi.
THE SOUTHERN JLOl'EL.
MRS. T. N. GAFFNEY
Takes pleasure in announcing to the pub-
no mat sno has taxeii possession oi init,
popular and convenient hotel on the Ohid
Leveo. and that tbo has HKruRNiBiiXD
and Rikovatxu it in many respects, and
It now prepared to accommodate tba pub
lic with good I am, good rooms, gooa ieun.
and everything necessary to, and usaally
found In u first-class establishment.
Thankful lor past patronage, she hopes to
merit its conlluuanco.
IkS' Day boarders received at reasona
ble rates. 62-1-20-1 ra
LAllIU AMD KVRKYUoriV I
Attention is called to tho grout tale of
tho entire stock of R. U. Cunningham s
dry goods at 101 Commercial avenue
Over four thousand dollars worth of desir-
ablu goods, consisting of domeillci, cali
coes, silk-, trimmings, gloves, hosiery, lin
ens, shawls, Co.t's spool thread, etc, Tbo
entire geods will ba told without reterve
Sale to commence Monday, January IfHb,
and continuing from day to day until the
entiro stock it closed out.
Pax Hautjun, Auctloneor.
LEMON AND ORANGE.
Dr. Price's tpoclal flavoring! of lemon
and oranga are made from tba fruit, and
have their grateful, agreeable tasto with
out tbo turpentine odor which l obsorved
in those extracts usually sold, made from
polionous oils, ncldt, and Utta sharpened
by CnyenuB pepper. Wo advise those who
with oboice, puro extratls, to buy Dr.
Price's. They ar, like his Cream Baking
Powder, all that is reprutented, really gen
uine, almost alone In the market In these
Important respects. MS-dA-wlw
Two Batteries of two Boilers, each U4
fdot long, i inch Dram, i! 14 lnuh Flues
with are fronts. Mud and Bl earn drums
Safety and Mud valvut, Chimney and
Britchlu, all complete ami ta Arst-clai
order,'; been used only tbre months. For
price, etc., inquire of J. T. Riwwix,
B-M-tf. Yucaa Iron Works, ,
. i L i
For mas and steam fitting go to Ken
nle's Vulcan Iron worsts, Commercial
avenue, foot of Ninth stmt V-10-tf
, , TOP. SALE.
Stcond-band olothlnr; wnt'eoer, Jewelry,
pistols, Jro., bought and sold. Opposite
Cairo and Viorenncs railroad depot,
. 20-7-tf ;',. . M. Co-txK, .,
. THE ST. CHARLES HOTEL.
Tbe iinderslgnei having 'resumed the
management of the above hotel, trust by
strict attention to business, to the wants
and comforts of their guettt, 'to merit tho
reneWexl.faver of tbelr old patrons and the
traveling public in general.
ThaSalnt Charles will at once undergo
a thorough renovation, and ba much im
proved in att its appointments.
Good sample rooms and special rates for
commercial travelers, ,
All baggage for guitt conveyed to and
from tbo hotel free of charge. f
JkwrttJWlco'x Jt'1,'0., PuprJ.luril, .,.
SP.KUIAL LOCAL NOTIOKrJ. '
Tub European hotel, JUr.-y Walker
proprietor, l o,ioh it a hours of tbn
All kinds of emo constantly on hand
at Harry Walker's, Commeruial avenue
between Seventh and Eighth atroatt.
Fob P.b.st. A cottage houso with four
good rooms, cistern, etc, sltuatod on
Twenty. ninth street near Commercial
avenue.' inquire of A. Stm.viCA,
4U1.1S.OI '.7 Ohio levee.
Ten pounds of brown sugar for $1 ; 8
pounds bust cotl'ee sugar al tl ; 4 lmnndt
of choice butter at 71 ; S'j cents for lard;
imperial tea at $1 ; Potatoes ;0 cents per
pjck applot 40 ceujj, at W,llcoi's block
Notiok Is hereby given tbat I will pay
no bills for goods sold to any of tbe em
ploy ot of Tub Cairo Hullktin, either
or themselves or for tho use of tbe offloa
uulcse tho same aro furnished on an order
(igued by Mr. Burnett or myself.
IV-tiU.ly Joitx H. Ohrblt,
Mrs. E.R. Workman offers her serv
ices to tbe ladiot of Cairo and vicinity ts
a teacher in the art uf making Wax
Flowers. For terms and ipectmont, the
refers to Barclay's prescrlptiob-drug store,
(orner Eighth street and Washington av
enue, v.iioro orders for Flowers may also
bo left. Ladies wisblog lesrons will plot'i
Irave their address at tbe store or clvo
notice through post olHoi tlrawor No.
263, Crilro, Ills. 2 l.A-lm
AT Cort. Uavins tnWun uxoiutlvo pas
session of my store, to close it out, I of
fer my entire tlock at vholeale prices
at wholesale or retail; consisting In part
of a large variety of canned fruits, tpicts,
bitkins powders, tardlnrs, lobtteri, teas
and evory article usually kept in a first
class family grocery. Also wooden and
willow warej a inrga assortment of sad
dles and harness, bits, bridles, snaps,
brushes, whips, etc.,to. Terms strictly
cash. All persons In dob ted to ran aro re
quested to call and ttttU tntir accounts.
4w D. Artkr.
r .t. w. Uumuiii treats all diseafea
tbat pruvall In thit clliiiato, but he will
give tpeclal attention to ditcatea of tho
" brouchle.1 tubet, lungt and lliulr tis
sues." Bronchitis, bronchial hnd tubercu
lar consumptiou and pulmonary upoploxy
trcatod by Inhulailon of nebulized fluids,
modicatod airs, gasoe, vapors anil powders,
Consumptives, although your disease
stands at tbe hood of all dtteuos, both in
prevalence mid fatality, thorn is hopo for
you yet. Cliuur up. Oilico hours from 10
h. ni. until 3 p. in.
J. W. UittUMA.v, M. D.
OHice and residence, Twelfth street,
botwoon Walnut find Ce.lar, Cairo, 111
P, (. bdi m , 2l.uVew4t
SoMKTiilKu Nkw. 1 havu iinprovod
and porructeda now proccsj by which tbo
Perrolypti is brought outcqiial to the best
Photographs, and more durable. Copies
from paintings and engravings mudo fully
equal tu the original in appearance, tbu
liglitt and ihadFt brought out with re
markable appearance, so tbat nothing
turpatses tho beauty and natural expres
sion of tho picture. And in fact any old
pictures aro copiod by this process so at to
look at well or better tlmr tho original
picture. Thoso having "id pictures or
eboice paintings or ougra.' trigs fur pres
rcU, cannot do better than avail tlinni-
e.Tcs uf this r'ouiarkablo improvement.
J. J. TiioMAe, Photograpbor,
Corner of Eighth struct end Cotnmordttl
I will attend at the following tluiei and
ilacea in the t-ovornl precincts in this county
n conformity with law, for the purpoo
of receiving the stale ami county taxi s lor
the year liH, a folio wu, to-wlt: ,
... It. ...'.I..... .ill,. Ii,.n M'IMI.m
111 llllll, ,111.-1-111,, HI IUH H1MIV ...
Holdeii, Monday January ta. 1S74.
Iu llsxlewood precinct, at Dr. Jones' itore,
Toledo, Tuesday,. lanuary 20. 1874.
Iu Clear Creek precinct, at Marehlldoii .1
Culley'a atore, moutli of creel., Wednes
day, January 21, IB74. '
In Thclios precinct, at J. fl. llollwln't
btore.Tlieben, 'llmrsil.ty, January 22, 1874,
In Santa Fe precinct, at V. II, Andcrum
u..,i. IC.i . Kililnv .funiiarv 1.T4
In iiooec Island uroclnct, at U. Ureenley's
store. Goose Islaud, .Saturday, January
In Dog Tooth precinct, ut tho houje r S,
Hunkacki r, Tuetday, January . w !
In .South Cairo prfcliiet, at tun office of .1.
(I. llarmau, Cairo, Wednesday, Jaunary
In'Sortl. Cairo preclnot, at the court house,
Cairo, Thursifay, January 2U, 1874.
Scctluii No. 14 of th amendod revenue
law of this auto requires that levy by the
collector upon tbu personal property of tho
tax payer be made for t lie non-payment ol
porxonal tuxes on or before the 10th day of
Hectlou No. 177, provides that all taxut
upon real estate remaining unpaid nu the
10th day of March nexl, shall be deemed
delinquent. , ...
Tax payer will bear In liilml these
changes, at the law will be tlgoroutly en
forced. lie turo to;br!ng your title papers or
Ut years tax receipt with you, that no er
rors lu paying taxes may ouotir,
' ALRX, U. 1RVIN, Collttctor.
Oaiiio, lilt. Dec, 31, 1873. daw-td
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE
Happy rener tor young jmcn frosn: tba , ef
fecit ol errors aud abuses In early lite. Man
burnt restored. Imnedlmeute to marriage
removed. New method of treatment. New.
and remarkAbla, reaidlesvJooks and tlr
tulara teat free. In tealed eovejopss. Ad
dress, Howard Aaaoclatlon, No". 3 South
Ninth straat, PhlladalpaiU, Pa. aa isutltu
ttaa havlRg a klaja raputatlaa for' aoaorabls
eeRVcttUtlSil asatMalakuOlO-W dAwJas
The annual meeting of tba itotkhoidm
af the First National Bank 6f Cairo ret u
election of directors, will ha isald at the at-'
dee of tald hank In Cairo, on Tuesday, Jaa.
usry in, 1874, between the hours- of lo
o'clock a.m and 4. o'clock p.Bu
(,'tino. Ills., December 10. 1871.- - td
ROSS- ,rt a.
Koss li.ton band, and. lor sale alarm
quantity of oak and hlekory waet,MttamU
split, and. ready for the MoVti- Al ail
Llud of cool which will be dellvtrast In aay
partof the city on short noUe.; Isitisi-
dert at coal yard, on Couueeretai 'simva,
opposite Eleventh ttreet. Dan. Msb
TUt well-known business stand or Cunsatl-
,t Provo, at the inouthlot CVsitimk, Alax
sudor, county, Illinois, tiniatad to eats t
Ue anett agricultural dUtrioUorUu'Wa,
and with a wall-eslabUthed VaTMiJIlfc
ba found a rare epportunlty far at) sanguis
hiulueMroan. --a .j" "" -
The premises conslalof a store jtXMJsMt
dwelling of eight rooms, wa4VhirJaBei
and conveniently arraaued. goad eiaairtu
and all necessary out-buUdls s''ea
acre of laud, Term liberal. Aa.'aiT
address, Wof . CceTRAR, ' i
Uf.g.lm. dw, Claaarcrest LaMtagy'llB:
Hoot and shoo maker, Twen kitTaetrfaB''
tweau Watblngton avanua and FaaUr
street, ft prepared to male boat sm taeae
fu the latest and most fashioRabU atylas.
He will make thetn to order, old or Raw
styles to suit customers, out of Use stet'-aad
fteihcat stock, of which he always RaSfa
good supply on hand from which to aaak
selections. All fltttug bf boebs amd afeaaa
made by Mr. Ehlers Is Uone'ln hfa owm atVaf '
no foreign fitting being .used by'aitfer'
Give him a oalt, and he WlU gtyti yau aatisV
THUttTJCE'S SALK. rJtl
Wubkka Mathew D. UURUrfey ttis)Blt).
mortgage dated October 7, 18T3. sal re
corded In volume 7. of saw' mengMai' aw
p.iite 111, In tbe Recorder's oromm AlaR
aoder county, IllinoU, conveyed to- Umbr
der.vlgned the followlntr, to-wit : A teaaa
hold estate for the term af nre f31 veara.'la
aud to lou Mix (Cl, seven (7) and alajht f9f, la
block three () In the Rm.additaoRtei Urn
city or cniro, Illinois. commencuglUoR,
18,1, under and by virtue of a certain teas
bcarlcg date, March 9. 1871, executed by S.
Staats Tailor and Kdwln FanoRs,- trMtMl
of the Cairo City Property to Peter A. Co-,
mint, and by said Peter A. Conant, with Uta
written conxent of said Taylor and ParaoRa,
assigned to said Matliew D. Ouatar ea.lh
.list of Mat 1872, togotlierwlth atlUetaa
provcmcnn thereon, belonging to the said
Hunter of every kind and nature aotrvar.-lRi
eluding mtU fixtures, engines, halteieybiire
and othr fixtures anpertalnlng and betosg
log to tho 11UU building thereon sttuata) ta
securo tbo payment ot a certain promissory
note In said uiortgsge spcclOad t , Hvn wa
der the piovIMons ot said sale mortgage, de
fault having bceu made In the parmastaf
tee note therein muiUloMd, the underatgR4
will offer said property for sale at HUataas,
to tho highest bidder, for sRMtu
at tho court home door, CaUrt, lUlaola. ats,
o'clock p.m. on SATURDAY ' TMKTeTM
DAV OK JANUARY, A, O. 1874.
Urmit L. Halliday,
. . Mortgagee and Tnnlas.
Green i Gilbert; Attorneys. " '
11 1-3. tsd
Whkrrar, Mathew D. Guntar, baclMlor,
by his Kale uiotgage, dated March 13U,U71,
and recorded on page 07 of book 2of deatla
In the Itecordcr'a office of Alexoadar
countv, Illinois: And, whereat, Rtttttw
1. Ounter, and. wife br their aala aaort-
nana dated Jtllv 7.
and recorded or
j.kcti ei b..i a.rjj in th Bexerder's
oOlce of Alexander oountr. Illlnnla. fan
voyed to the. undersigned, the foUowlag daV
'erlbed lots aud property, to-wlt : Lot thlr-ty-nino
(3li) in block thirty-two (33) and let
twenty-one (21) In bloek eighty-two (83), all
In the tint addlllou to the city ot Cairo Ills.;
Al.o a leasehold estate for tue. farm of ten
(10) year.', in and ta lots sixteen (16) and
Koventceu (17), In bloek sixteen (16) la the
flnt addition to the city of Cairo, lUtRatt.
commencing December r,l$70, under oad
by virtue of a certain lease bearing data
UecomberD, 1870, executed by W. C. oad
II. C. Johns, trustees lor wm. MarUR.
to the said MatliewD.duntor, together wUk
all and aiugular the buildings and Improve-"
ineiits of overy kind or natt'1? soever
Mliinlonn said lots, alxtean (tr adaevaa
teen (17) .belonging to said Gun tor, to4Ht:
one dwetllug house, ono store and dwelUftg
liom-e, one mill building with aalU fixture,
cuglne, boilers, burs and other fixtures ap
pertaining and belonging thereto, tosecor
the payment of certain premlK.ory notes In
said two mortgages apecitled ; Mow, under,
the provl'lonx ot both of tald sale mortgagsV
default having been made In the paystoat
uf tho notes In them mentioned, tbe under
ifguetl will ofTersald property for tale, at
auction, to the highest blddor, for cub, at
the court house door. Cairo, Illinois, al V
o'clock p.m. on SATURDAY, TitK JiTH
DAY OF JANUARY.A, D. 1874. 1
llRNRY L. llAIXIDAY,
Mortgagee and Triistae
Giccn Gilbert, Attorneys.
B. F, PARKER,
(Siietesso'r to Parker Ajmoke,)
PAINTS AND OILS
WAIJi . PAPKK,
, , , 1 n tMMm
tad the cel.bretM lUantlaaRa
3 '1 T'Ji .1.1 r
A U HO HA OIL. '
OnOHU'LtHLlUNO -OOB llTBr. Qeafet
sfRROf Af" .,
(Juno . . Illihou
WIIOLKSALE AMD RETAIL.
LABQXST YARtRTY STOOR ICT TUB 01 1 1
GOODS SOLD VJCBY OLOallt.
. i e '. . . H
Ifiiruer of RJIsmi toast lis aU-Mt tut SI taaa)
meraaaa A voetat,
. C. O. PATlaVt
UA1HU AND FADUiiAH
Tbe salaaatd (
J S.' FI9K.
Le.T.s Oilrj DAlWr, iMTfigW