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THIS CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, JANUARY 27, 1874.
. LOCAL WEATHER llEPOKT.
UHtiHvmi'HOrKiUK, Caiho. Ills, 1
January 2fl, 10:11 J'.ui., 1.S74.
Barometer, M;2&.1 degrees.
Tbifniometer, 4.1 decree.
Wind ninth Velocity l'i wiles per liour.
Vathor llfjlit nlti
Maximum temperature lor la.t 'H hour-,
M Uegree!
Minimum temporalum lor I lie lal .4 hour',
"i-'l dtgTset.
Prevailing ind for lt 'U hour-, south,
Total number of miles trav.led by wind
dutlng lant 24 hours, 104.
KbWfN Booiu,
Observer Hlfiial .service, U. H. A.
Til K OA I IU) AN I V 1 NUEN N K3
- RAILROAD.
CIIANUE OK Tl M K.
ou aud alter Tuesday, Jatiuiir) 1.:, Is7l,
Ualiis vUI nln u follows:
ooinc Noinn,
Leave- Cairo.
.Hound City
MarrhhtirK .. ...
" Kldoiailo
" Norrls City
" Carmt ,, ,
" Mount Caiuicl
Arm at Vlnconiiet, ....... ,
IOIXO fOIMII.
Lcae VInoennoi
...HV A.M.
...I:.v "
. . .4:17 "
...Mitl "
..7:1.
. l:!!."i
..irhM
. .12:10 r.M.
A.M.
" Mount Canm-I "
" Carml 10.0S "
" Xorris Cltv 10:17 "
" Eldorado.'.. 11:21 "
' llarrlsburp 11:12 "
' .MoUlidOlty 2:10 I'M.
Arrive at Cairo :t:00 "
WOUND C1TT ACCOMMpPATIOH.
Uave Cairo at MM a.m. and 5:00 p.tn.
lean Mound City atl2:2.'ia.tn. uiidu:Vi).!ii.
co.vNKcriov,
At Norrls City ti Ith prlottill and Illi
nois 5outbcattern railway lor .Spiliigtieid
and Shawnee ton n.
At V Incennes, ln'llan.polIand Vlncennes
railway for Indianapolis and all point- North,
Inland West; with Evaiikitlle. and Craw,
fordsvllle railway forTcrra Haute. Kianhvllle,
Ham Me. Cbicapo and point North, Kait
nd west; with Ohio and Mliwdppl rail,
way for St. Louis, (.ouUvlllc, Cincinnati arid
all points ent and wct.
Tickets lorbtlo at Company's ollice, cor
fior Seventh street and Common lal avenue,
And hy .lames Mallory, Ticket Agent, No. .
I.pu t atteet.
L. f. Pai.mek, (inn'l Sup't.
K. 1'. WitviK, Oen'l Passenger, At.
37-l:Mf
CAIRO, ARKANSAS AND TUX AS,
AND CAIRO AND FIJI,.
TON RAILROADS.
'Itir .liorlt.t and only direct route Irom
Cairo to Jaokwjnport, Little Hock, Hot
Mprtu(i, Fulton, and all point in Arkanaa
jud the Southwest, and (ialvcton, Houston,
Dalian, Auitln aud all jxilr.t. In 'IVas
TWKLVK 1IOUU3 IN AliVANCT. OK
ANY UT1IKH KOL'TK.
'Jhruugh ticket, through bllli of lading,
arid Information a. to freight rate-, pas
senger fare, connection', etc., can he ob
tained at the company'! atCco In Winter's
block, corner of Seventh Uect and Com
merclal avenue.
Hacki will call at private resiliences and
hotel for passengers, when ordvra are lelt
In time.
Klegant l'ullmau palace sleeping car- on
all night trains.
Trains run dally, (riuadaj- exceptHljfrom
the Cairo Otllco a followe :
kxi-rka.
Leave Greenfield'
Charleston Arcommodattou..
( barli'iton Accominoduthili..,
t:VHv..
Aralve atOreeullctd's
chith'iton Accommodation.
t'harle'ton Accommodation ..
20 p.m.
.9:33 x.tu.
.4Kda m
l:t0p.m
.0:17 a.m.
MJi p.tn
L). AXTKLL, Chief Kugluoer.
(.AwrrttM.
WILLIAM J. ALLEN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OA I HO, ILLINOIS.
uoite ovur fAr.t National bank. 3-lii-Sm
SAMUWj I. WHKKLER,
ATTflUNKY i COUNSKLOH AT LAW
OA1KO, IXLlNOIri.
o.:e over Hut National hank. iJ.lS.lu)
lotio 11. Mulkey. Willatu C. Mulkoy
MUI.KKV 3c SON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
UAI1U), ILLlNOIr).
Ottua: eighth utreet, between Comnior
clM aim waaninvtou avunuen.
bit u.
(HtKKN & G1LHKRT,
ArfOBNKYfa
OOUNHELOKb AT LAW,
William 11. Oimo, 1
llliam B. Oilberl, V CAIRO, 1I.I.1NUJD,
MUM r. Gllknrt, j
MTBpMtal attention nan tu AJailiallr aid
jiMkintioal tudtsupa,
(! OHIO LMVJ1B, KOOfctB 7 AMU 8 OVU
niTTKATrOWAI. KAUB
IT IS IsTOT TRUE
THAT
DR. HUL T Z)
IS DKAD.
S-
llt: IN HILL I.IVIXU AM) IN 4'AinU
Ills oltlue and illxpeuBary at
NO. 32 EIGHTH STREET,
Uct. Commercial anil Waamn'jjtnn avenues
It U true, the doctor Is ono of the oldest
pliyilclaus of the place, and hl diploma,
that bangs In bin office, ahowa that lie lias
been 32 yean in the profession, lie is doing
a larger office practice than any other phy-
, uriuu, ireaung ou Kinds or chronic diseases
til diseases of the skin, humors and blood
"""" ik mucuses or toe uirout; also
II diseases ot tho eyes of years standing;
. 10 artlliclal eyes Inserted: tlstuia ewmA
v bout tho use oi afcniie; caucer oured
g hy the"pfncatl6n of medicines ; pimples ou
lha face removed; all urinary diseases
V cured ; all forms of venereal and private
I disease i cured In the shortest time; seinla
f weakness aud self-abuse cured In a sbor
l . lime.
V it is self-evident that a pbyalclau trcatlug
cases for twenty-two years acquires grout
kill.
j All consultations conildeutioal, lu person
P J.Pl.V lf.ttAK.
it latdiilnft furnished at ofBce in all
A-'.mr.l l)K. David iiULTz.
THE BULLETIN.
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
OwiMa to n ruih of aJvertlilD); and a
lack of h'ilp, wu aro compelled to send
Tm: IJi'M.ktin out tills morning contain
liit; coniJnraVlo less remllng u.nttor than
uitial. A lew 'Wrapped'' prlntori rsn
find urnployment at this otlic.
At), who ttend tho Phantom part on
KrMay OTCninK, can procure niarki lor tie
faco at I'hll Saup'f, C'ommerctat avenuo,
on Wedncilay jnornlrii;, at reaiunnble
pricci. ."it
Tin: New Orloans 'timeV of .Saturday
ay :
W. V. UallldftV, of IVlro, arrived in
our city yesterday, and brought with him
25, buihols of bulk tnn tot tbl rimr
kot, to bo fullowod by utbr sblpmentt.
Lost. A portfolio a week ago last
Saturday, between thu reldenco of iln.
S. II. Ilalltday and IIIkIi School bouio. A
suitable reward will bo paid the Under by
leaving tho sams Rt Tilt Htru.RTiN of
liee. 80-27-St
Tjikue was i fair attoiulanco at the
Meldrutii beneiTt lsft night, and the en
tertainmentthe earlier portion of lt,wns
really good; but in thn burlesquo
"lllaok.oyo.1 Suian" m.nny portions of
tho play miht bavu ben omitted without
polling it. Thubttnnt, nualicislly.wai a
IUCCO-S.
3Iaom Notick. A ipoclal rouvoca
tion oi Cairo i'.oyal Arch Chapter No. 71
A. V. and A. it., will be held this, Tuei
day ovenlor, January 27tb,at 1 o clock
for work in the M. K. .M. ileroA. A full
altendanco ii doiired
Hy order or the II. L. H. 1'.
V!7-lt CllllIhTlA.v IIa.vnt, .Soeietnry.
Tuc Koiirtconlh annual ball of tho Hi
bernian tire comDanv will be held at
Sheel' hall on Tuesday evening, February
10th, ueit. Win. Mrllala, i'hll Howard
and A. Hiuafika have been appointed a
commlttco of arrangement, itnd will
leave nothing undone to make the ball it
tuccet!. Of all tho lire compsnie in the
city none are moro deierving than the Hi
bornian. lluy a ticket.
l'lii ) . II A):rr will troat hit scholar
to a Grand ilaiquerado Jl all at the St.
Charles hotel, on ilardi Uraw, Kubruary
17tb. Ho en vttrt all h'u former pupil; to
participate m the Oitivitiu. Ccxl
order ill be prcisrvuJ, and a tool time
ii expected. 1'ersons wiibing to tVe part
in tho proceition in tho forenoon, can ap
ply to .Mr. Hardy nt his ollice, No. 11&
Commercial avenue. ('. Harut,
70 27-tf.
In another place In thu morning's IIll-
i.KTi.v will bo found tho ndvortitrnoni of
tho Cairo Turner .Society, announcing a
grand masquerade bull tu be be!d at
Shed's Washington hall on Wednesday
tvening, Kctiruary 17tb. Muifrs. F. M.
Stockfletb, hd. itadfr, U. V llolzncr,
Win. AllMt and 1'. G. &huh f'oipoie tb
committee of arrangemenlt,,. fact, which
of Itself ! a JUtHcIent guattntee tbnt the
ad'air wul ho a mccais.
TutRC will.be a meetlni: of merchant,
railroad and business men generally at
the chamber of cornmero this morniug at
ten o'clock. The object of this noting ii
to diicuM tbo iuettlou and ascertain tho
feasabniity oi establishing a cotton com
preis in Cairo. This Ii a matter of groater
importance to the mercantile interests of
Cairo than many arc apt toiupp;o at the
tlrst glance at it, and wu trust tbero will
b a full nttondanco ou 'change this morn
ing. The l'bantom parly at the .it. Charles
promises to bo ihe aiiatr of the season.
About ono hundrod gbocts in gravo-yard
costume will bo presented, and wu advise
nervous peiiplu to stay assay. Tho
party will bo very (elect, u list of
those to whom invitations lmve been sent,
has been kopt by tbo committee, and no
ono whose namo does net appour on this
list can procure tlcko'.', and without tick
els it would bo as easy for 'a camol to
pass through tho cyo of a needle ol," as
fur a phantom of any kind to c;uin admit
tance into the dancing hall.
Kur a good square meal go to Hurry
Walkor's restaurant, Commercial avenue
bolween Seventh and Kightb rtroet. lm
Fok Salk. A lino l'arlor Organ
cheap. Address Mat. lioi.i.r.u,
Caro of I'ttul (i. Schub's drug store.
70-1-
Gt
Tuk barber shop Is on tho corner ol
Kighth street and Commercial avenue
where J. George Stionhouso with hi' gen
tlemanly assistants can be found at any
hour ot the day or night, readv to soothe
your feelings with a smooth shave, or cool
your tamper and bead with u good khaui-
poo. It Is a first-class shop, and you aro
sura of receiving Urst-cluai treatment.
Ladies' and children's hair cut or curled
after the most approved styles. 6-16-tf
In thn county court yosterday tho fol
lowing business was transacted : In tho
matter of tho confirmation of tho special
assessment on Ohio lovoe property for im
provomonts -by grading tho road from
Fourth to Fourteenth street, on motion
of tho city attorney tho matter was re
ferred back to the commissioners for now
publication aud notice, and in all cases
whoreln objections, woro tllod pending
theroon continued to the uext term
of court. Horace Dorbv alias
Horace Jlruwn, wai before tbo
court on afchargo of larceny. Ho plead
guilty, and being a lit subject was sen
tenced to tvo yoars at tbo reform school.
In (ho matter of .the guardianship of the
miner Mrs of Thoi. l'otitt, deceased, a
petition for letters of administration wa1
filed, and the buhd tlxed at fOOn. C. Win
ston, guardian of Mlchasl Stapleton, pre
sented bis final report, which was approv
ed, and tbo resignation of 31 r. Winston
as such guardian, accepted, iliohaol
fcitapleton being nlnotoen years of age, ap
peared iu courtand selected Win, Mcllal
bit guardian,
KOI'. HA LK AT A RAl'.GAIN
Hot-led window, with or without
glaas. Kripiirs corner Thirtcnntb and
WnttiUt treets. I.1-15-2w
KOH SALF..
White A: Co., have for rale ono new
Gamble Wagon and one Dray. For
tertiir Inquiie at their store, corner Wash
ington avenue and Twontinth street.
78 1.27-dlw.
KOI'. SALK.
I wilt sell my house and lot on Commer
cial avenue abovn Fourth street (lot .1
blrjrk IS) at bargain. Tho bouse con
tains nino largo rooms, including a large
bar-room. To any one .wishing- to pur
chase I will tidl on good torms and easy
payments. W.i. M( CmMii k.
80 d.Vtv I in
FOIt HALK.
Two llatteries ot two Hollers, each 'Jl
feet long, 2 inch Dram, '1 14 Inch Flues
with lire fronts. .Mud and Stoam drums
Safety and Mud valves, Chimney and
Urituhiu, all complete and iu tlrt-clast
order-; been used only three months. For
price, etc., inquire ol J. T. Hkknik,
Jt-2.1-tf, Vulcan Iron Works.
"ILVSK-ilUKNEK"
For Sale, samo pattern and mako al
that now iu use at the city national bank;
is entirely new, having been in uio only
one week and had ODly tbreo tirA made
in it. It ri:ay bo poii fit C. W. Hender
son's stovx lor. Keason lor sail
ing it a desire to bum wood in'lead oi
-osl. f,1 l-2i..it K. A. Jtt.;isr.TT.
Fl'nNITL'i'.K AT AUCTION.
I will sell at tin) rotidenco of Mr. 1'al
tron, on Seventh street blw;on Wash
ington avenue and Walnut street, on
Thursday morning at 10 o'clock a rn.,
household and kitchen furniture, contist
ing of one Una parlor sett, curpnts, centro
table, chair;, heating and couklng stove,
safe, dishes, and many other arti'.-lcs uied
in keeping house.
7'J-'J7-nt Imvu H. Mvkk..
AD.MINlSTKATOJt'S SALK.
On Wodnr-sday, January 2flth, at 10
o'clock a.m.. on the premises of tho lato
Fred Hlankenborg, corner of Fourteenth
8troot and Washington avenue, one piano,
one horse and spring wagon, harness and
one saddle, and 100 bottles of Catawba
wine, and other articles. Terms all
amount" over $5 on six months' credit
with -it per cent, intcrcit.
F. Kohsmxter. Administrator.
D. Haktmax, Auctioneer. C7-'Jl.tt
FOll SALK.
Ou Seventh street, Cairo, Illinois, one
of the most bcautilul homesteads in the
city, consisting of two lots handsomely
enclosed, set with flowers, overgroocs
shrubbery, &c., &c; a well built and neatly
funlsh(l cottage containing soven rooms,
cellar, cistern, wood bous, wash houso,
bath bcuse'and coal bouse, with gait and
evt,ry convenience. Apply to
Jchn (I. Hahmo.v A- Co.,
Kal EnnU Agents.
January, le74. 5-3-lm
fhuiV faIimfoj' salt-;.
Fruit Farm for Sale or trado for Cairo
property or a good stock of Good'. This
farm lies threo miles Kist of Wc'.aug iU
tion on the Illinois Central railroad, aud
twenty. seven miles from Cairo. A good
frame house, stables and other out build
ings. Po!etiion can be had at once. For
further information in regard to tho
amount of fruit on the place, Inquire of
T. tfravii, corner ot Tenth and Walnut
streets, Cairo, JIN. Jan. '.V. 1S-7I.
74 1-27-Ct.
THE HIBERNIAN HALL.
Tue Fourteenth Annual ball of tbo
Hibernian Firo Company No. -1, will be
given on Tuesday evening, February 10th,
1874, at School's ball.
Tha undersigned committee grange
menu are making every etl'orl to mako
the ball a grand .access, ami will aiura
all iv ho may attend a plo&sant time and a
warm reception.
Tho public are invited. Ticket tl
Wm. .McUamO Com.
Uamc, ) Com.
tt'AKIl, V of
tKA, J Arrng'ti.
run. now
S:-td A. Susatjka
WOULD NEVEI! 1'SE THEM.
If persons woro aware of the Injurious
character of mnjt Baking J'owdors now
i.'r salo in uvory town in our country
thoy would novor uso tliom. A baking
powder to be gjod and wkolosome cannot
bo made by ignorant persons, who know
no moro about tho cbomlcal combination
necessary for such rciulu than a school-
bov. Tho nnlv rood Ilklne l'nwilnr nm.
pare-1 by caretul manipulation Irom puro
matorials is Dr. Price's Croam, not a grain
or itibstanco in it not round In tho ays
tmn. And for bis Special Flavoring Ex
tracts, wo have only to nay that thoy uro
tha finest, purest, and best to be found in
this or any other country. jii2ld&wlw.
THE ST. CHARLES HOTEL.
The undorsignel having resumed the
management of tho abovo botol, trust by
strict attention to buMnosr, to tha wants
and comforts of their guests, to merit tho
ronowed favor of thoir old patrons and the
travoling public In goneral.
ThoSainl Charles will at onco undergo
a thorough renovation, aud bo much im
provod in all its appointments.
Good samplo rooms and spocial rated for
commercial travolers.
All baggago for guests conveyed to and
from tbo hotel freo of cbargo.
Jkwktt Wilcox & Co., Proprietors.
tf
I'aki.vki; Wanteh. A gonlloman
without capital, but with sovoral yearn
experience and thoroughly acquainted
with the businc.ii), is deslroui of forming
a partnership in tho Hide, J'nr and
Lealiior business iu Coiro, with socio one
who can furninh a capital of say $5,000.
Address, drawer 227. ' -ia-l-lS-tf
Notiox is horeby given that I will pay
00 bills for goods sold to any of tbo em
ployes of Thb Cairo Bcllktik, either
or thomeolvos or lor tbo uso of tho office
nnleso tbo same aro furnished on an order
(Ignod by Mr. Burnett or myself.
Vi-'iOAf JOUst tl, OtiKULY,
COMMEItCMI,.
I'ric CunnxMT Otrtvt,
MoKUat Kto., Jan. 1674, f
0IVKHAI. nXMARKd.
Tho week opens with a Kttlu moro aul
raation in tho gonoral market, but stilt
may be quoted very dull for the sc&fon.
Kccotpts aro light, and although tho de
mand for overythlng ii rtnnll, stocks aro
not accumulating to auy great oxlsnt, un
less it may bo in oat aud low grade hay.
Flour is very dull, Stocks aro large
and orders small. We have it proicnt no
shipping domand at all.
Scarcely anything lias been done in cot
ton Juring tho past week. Tho unsettled
condition of markets everywhere mokes
buyers bmitate to UVq lmlJ. What it
most nested now in Cairo for rotton is a
compress, in crdcr In give us
tho advantage of low rates
to Ea'tern markets. Wo aro
gfud to boo that tho qustinn of a rotton
compress bore is being agitated among
our merchants and railroad men und a
company will undoubtedly be termed and
stock taken for tbr.t purpoie.
Tbo weather it delightfully pleasant,
neither warin-nor cold just right for bus
ir.oii and enjoyment, but we are of the
opinion that If it was colder cold oncugh
to keep thc.rivfcr closed above us business
wotna lie more prosporous, still as com
pared with other markets wo have no rea
son to complain.
CjyCorrespoiidonti should bear in mind
that our quotation! reproiont prices for
round lots from first hands, unless other
wiic tatoJ, and that in lining small or
ders b'ghnr prices must be paid.-tfia
THE MARkRT,
KJ.OLM'. The market Is fully supplied,
with very littlo movement. Order como
in vary slow and thor Is no spoculativo
orsbippiDgdomar..!, in fact Hour may be
quoted very dull. Sales wore, 300 bbls
various grades 7S; 180 bbls do in
lot W?9 50; 200 libit do ti 00D 00; 200
bbls do C 7;0 7.'!on orders; 200 bbls do
5 roQ3 CO; 100 bbl X.X spring C 75;
200 tills XXX winter 7 25.
HAY There is a continued a-Hlve de
mand for strictly rboico hsy for tha or
der trade, with no receipts. Common
and low grade hy is in excess and not
wantod for any purjxwe. We note sales
of 1 car mixed delivered it 13 00; 1 car
do do 12 00; 1 carprarie delivered 12 00;
3 cars choico mixed delivered 1 00; 1
i cir Timothy dolivored ii 00.
C'OF.N Kocoipls ore lighi and demand
small. There is a fair amount moving cn
orders but nothing on speculation. Trices
hold firm and unchanged. Sales were 1
car whito in sacks delivered f Co ; I cars
mixed iu tacks delivered C7c; 4 cars
white do do 03 ; 1 car do do 07; 4 carj
whito and mixed in bulk on track
60o.
OATS Plenty, unchanged and dull, no
demand except to till or.lers and only
small quantities aro required for
that. llocolp'.s have boon lib
eral and as i consequence
stocks are accumulating. Sales embrace
6 cars whit sacked an4UelS3e; 3 cari black
do do 63s; 2 can white 3oed oats do do
53c; 2 car biti) in second-hand ts'u$
del C2V ; 20 cars mixed iackl and did
02c; 1 car do do 51c: I cars miiod in
bull: On track Vc
COl'N ii K A L. stocks arc light, and
dealeriqtioto choico brands active and firm
Sales recorled wero 7C0 blle'V.cam driod
del at 3 CM; 100 bbls kiln dried'on order
3 15; 100 bbli steam dried 2 05; 100 bbls
city steam driod In lots 3 10.3 25.
BRAN. There is a fair domand with
I none in market; quoted nominally 15 00
flG 00 per ton.
JlUTTEIt Crows sonrcer i-vory day.
Almost anything that can bo labeled but
tor vould sell just now. Choico Southern
Illinois roll Is slllng at 20, 2523ci
while choico Northern is lakou icadiiy at
.10350. Tho market is Uro.
EGGS Plenty and dull. The slock Is
being reduced somewhat, but tliero is
still h iargo surplus ou tha market. Quo
tations sre lSlgl'J. Sales 1,600 dozon j
15c; COO dozen 18c; 3,003 dozen ICe.
OIUCJiKNi Tho demand continues!
good and supply small. Sale 8 coops
llvo according to quality, 2(7T;:i ott; lu
doion drc?ed do 2 503 00.
POTATOES Very little doing except
in filling Soiithorn orders for seod. Wo
note sales of 30 bbls Early Koso i 50; 50
bbls soed varieties i! 50f?,4 0; 100 bids
Peach Blow? at 1 25.
ONIONS Not much doing aud wo are
unable to givo quotations except for top
unions for send. These are quoted at 7 CO
per btiBhol.
' fiKOVISlONS. The market is Wr for
I klndi of dry ,alt wl "J Iil fr?
cajitsas stioumors ojBio; 3 casks, d
1 casus a s clear sldos 9c: U
casks d s C R side 7Tc:;i2 kogs lard l"c; 50
uuis neavy most pork 15 50,
CIIEESE-Cream lie ; Now York fa
tory 1C(516Jc.
LIME 1 251 50 Vbhl.
CEMENT 2 O02 CO V bbl.
COAL OIL lPGl'Jj V gi,
GUNNIES-Ro-sewed 2 bushols is
8 bushols 20c.
bushols 21c; fi bushols 22c.
BEESWAX-'tl 11.30c.
SOAP ShaotTor's (Jonuan tnottl
Champaign soap, 7 Jc.
Tie,
TALLOW V )b5(2ilc,
Ul
niniitju-oiioD, coaproiiid to
Kow lorlr, 85c! to Boston, SI. fncom.
pressed, 10 xiovf ion:, fi H; to Boston
To Now Orleans and
Vlosburg: I m
Potatoes, apples, etc,
30,
pound
rretphts loo cwt; bay K per tor Pork
ICo V bbl; tobacco $4; cotton SI. TiMom-
nnis, nour, eje,, -joo per tntj pou-.lrei"ht
lOln Law t I mas , & I
H-.iif.i' miiuui wiiu .111 m (1
Manufacturinfj builtioH.', Ktapla as Flour.
rays 100 per cont. Addrots,
O.8. Yii if.l'ity.
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NOTICES,
Foil uah and steam lilting '49 to Ken
iila's Vulcan Iron works, Commercial
avonun, foot of Ninth tlrcol 0-10-tf
Thk Etiropoan bote), Harry Walker
proprietor, is 0,101 ut all hours of the
night. II-7-lm
.lter rieived and for sail to tho trade,
100 btrrids of rholco Early Rose Pots-
toes. Strattos at tni.
M, 2l.:t.
AtL kinds of gamo constantly on hand
at Harry Walkor'f, Comraorclal avenuo
betwwii Savuntb s.nd Eighth streets.
U-7-lm
Foil Uknt. On Commercial avonuo
one largo room furnished or unfurnished
suitable for sleeping room for jentleman
and wifo or two gentlemen. Apply at
Bci.i.KTisf otllco. .".O-Ma-lm
Tr.X pounds of brown sugar for (1 ; 8
pounds best collVo ftip.ar at 11 ; 4 pounds
of choico butter at 51 ; 10 cents for lard;
Imperial tea at SI ; Potatoes r.O cents per
peck; applos 10 cent', at Wilcox's block
4 2-tf.
Mr. E.K. Workman oilers her serv
ices to tbo ladles of Cairo and vicinity as
a toachor In tho nrt of making Wax
Flowers. For tormi and specimen, tbo
roferj to Barclay's prescription drug store,
corner Jiighth street and Washington av-
onue, whoro ordors for Flowers rnay al?o
bo left. LsdlM wishing lossons willpioaH
Iciiv.) thoir addre at tho storo or givo
notice through post oiiico drawer No.
253, Cairo, HI. 21 1.8-lm
Soitr.TitiN'a Nkw -1 havo improved
and porfoctod h new process by which tbo
Ferrotype is brought out equal to the best
Photographs, and moro durable Copies
from'paintiogs and engravings mado fully
equal to tho original In appearance, tho
lights and shades brought out with re
ruarkahlo APDcarancc, 10 that nothing
surpasses tho beauty and natural oxpre
sion of the picturo. And in fact any old
picture,nro copied by this process so as to
look ai well or hotter than the original
picture. Thoo having old pictures or
choice paintings or engravings for prr
rcts, cannot do bottor than avail them
ip.vea of this remarkable improvement.
J. J. Thomas, Photographer,
Cornor of Kighth ttroet and Commercial
avenue. 12-21-lf
THE SOUTHERN HOTEL.
1
MRS. 'I. N. GAl'NKi'
Takes pleasure 1:1 annowt-'ef to the pub
lic that sbu hi ts. eii po."lon of this,
popular and convenient - ; i onlho Ohld
Lovco, and that sii' lut I'.i.i uunisiikd
and Rknovatbd it in many respects, and
is now prepare ! to accommodate tbo pub
lic with good fare, good rooms, good beds,
and eYorything necessary to, and usually
found In a ilrst-claia establishment.
Thankful lor past patronage, tho hopes to
morn us continuance.
tjT Day boarders received at rensona
bio rates. o2-l-20-lm
SPECIAL NOTICES.
ltOSS.
Koii liu ou uuiul, and lor ile a Uro'0
quantity of oak and hickory wood, cut and
ipllt, :iud ready tur tho stove. Abo al
kinds ol coal which w ill be dcllmcd in any
partoftbo city 011 thort notice. Lcayc or
ders at coal yard, on Commercial avonuo,
oppfoito Kleventb htrrct. 1bo. lUlm
VOIt iLV.)
Tho well-known bU'ltifi.. s:.m l iif t islcaj
t Provo, at lh ni'i'itti ol tVarer ek, Alex
ander county, liilnou, s i:u,tf d In on- of
tho tinci-t awlcultural dljUlot' ol tf to Went,
and with a Vfll-e.-tabll-tiol trad!. This will
bo found a rare opportunity for an ciici-0ctlc
business man.
Tho prcinicd cou-ht vf i. storo 20X40 feet,
a dwelling of eight roomi, well ftltiiii-lied
and conveniently arranged, good cistern?
aud all nccejjary out-bulldlugii, ami one
aero ol l.niil. I crnts liberal. Apply or
addresi, Wm. Custkik,
1 2-0-1 in-d aw. i.'ieearrreo Landing, Ills
EH LEU S,
Hoot .tnd bhoo maker, Twcu hhtreet, be
tween Washington avouue and Poplar
street, b, prepared to male hoots and shoes
In tho hton and most fashionable htylon.
He will make thnm to order, old or now
tj Ion to Milt cuitomer, out of tho b: .and
frethcet ftock, of which be always Jhasla
good supply ou hand from which to make
selections. All fitting nt boots ami tlioes
made by Mr. J.Ulers Is dono In his own shop
no foreign fitting being .used by him.
Give him n call, and he will gUe you satis
faction. 'VAXES.
1 will attend at tho following time and
'.aces In -IncU in this countv
or 1 11 u iiunioo
tnty taxus for
in 1 urn im
ol Wlillam
Hllllli'll. Mnmhu
In Il37.lcwoodprccln7t.utDr' i,,,', .;.
, Toledo, Tuei-flay, jBI wy"b -?
In Clear Crcct r.-.Tn ri.i! 's'.:.
wy J, 1S7I'..
non,
Cullev's store, mouth of creek u .?n A
day, January si, is" ? " k' 1 ,,l,c'
III Thehcs nrcel
rchlldnn A
J., flooo3 u Jfe J.?r.as ?87l.
Btore 000,0 iHlandrSatuVdaV;'
y. Ji
IKi nr 11.,.
SPECIAL LOOAl
1 vim 1
Uivnf 1 1. l .... ' V,u """'ii'jou rr venue -law
or inu state rcrm rea that loT bv tho
collector upon tho pewonal proportv o? the
t .!'i?.tf.r 1,u """Io tr the l.oii.'pariiieiil ot
ouorheorVVheVoof
ncctlou .No. 177. nmil.ln. Umt uti t,t.u
"I'"" etiaie luiiiaininr ttnii.ild on ih
linn,, . . . ."
deemed
I IllCM!
itjorouly cu-
'Ho sura to brim; your
mio papers or
rors In payint taxes may occur' tbJln0er"
1
CAHio, JlU.lJa
uEiiia, jjjjo., jt uo., " "
BAG MANUFACTURERS
AtJiNra JIoui Con'o.v Wills
NO.WOlito Uu, Cairo, IIU.
rVJnt.
aEW advertisements
GRANDEST
GRANDEST
GRANDEST
AT FAIR. OF
AFFAIR OF
AFFAIR OF
THE SEASON.
THE SEASON.
THE SEASON.
THE
CAIRO
CAIRO
CAIRO
TURNERS.
TURNERS.
TURNERS.
THE
THE
WEDNESDAY EVE., FEB., K, ie7
WEDNESDAY EVK., FEB, 17, 187
WKDNESDAY EVE., FEB., 17, lfi74
ORAKTI)
Masquerade Ball
To bo ;,lvell by thi'
Cairo Turner
S O C 1 E T y,
AT
School's Hall
WEDNES D AjJL Y4-
The Cairo Tiinior Society,
detonninod U eclipse anv and
every ball that has been gWen
this season, will give a Grand
Masquerade ball nt the time
and place abovo mentioned.
It is the determination of the
gentlemen who have the mat-
tor in charge to make it the
'bige.st thing" of the kind
that ever took place in this
city. Neither time nov ex
pense will bo spared to accom.
plish this end, and every one
who attends may, confidently
expect to see such a ball as
was never before given iu this
section of country.
Tho following committees
have been appointed :
Committee or AnrtAatMEN'M.
F. M. Siockflctli. chairman : Ed. 1lit-
dor, If. V. Jlclrner, Wiu. Alba and P.
Schuli.
Fi.ook Manacikiis. It. Ucb?xcler, !
narry walker urnl . . Kitchen
beckycr. IU:ci: pt ion Com m i rr r.r. S teplio n
fc'chwauitz, Wni. Under, and Charles
Mchuer.
LffOIC OUT! LOOK OUT l
?2-l-27-td
SPECIAL ASSKSSMKNT .VOTICi:.
Notice Is hereby given to all person" indr
cited, II1.1t the city council of tho city of
Cairo biivlnsr ordered that the Improvement
of the Ohio Invco on l.eveo utrret, lorm tho
southerly Mde of Fouith, to the jiorthcrlv
nldo of Fourtetnth street, (by traveling
and priding the tame) lue applied to tho
county court or Alexander couutv for an
atgLMineiit of tho cot of said improve
mint, according to bcnclitc, and an ae"
mcnt thereof having bi'cn uijiile ulid re
turned to Mild court, tbo mi:l lit,irin
tbcri'ou will be bad at tho F' bnurv tnini
offvild court commencing 011 thi.lCth day of
ruiiuinr, .1. 1.. J3il,
All petrous deIriii7 msv then 1 ud Uier
nppi'.sraud mlo their ilc'teu.'.
Cairo, ImiIkoih. December 4, lf-7.i.
.loiixi. Hklv, )
JOII.V II. (iOSS.VA.V. C0IIIUlI-ll,U.'U
Oi:i. W. Hkmucks, J
7r.-27-:it
mitici
. I hereby given that dcl.iult Imltig been
iiudo for moro than sixty days iu tb'n pay
mcnt of a portion of tho amount cccurod to
be paid by a certain moitga(o executed by
uaiuva c!uiii an iu samuci siaaii 1 uyior and
Edwin ParMiu. Trustees ol tbo Cairo Citv
i'ropcrty, dated July 18th, A. 1)., lsC5, anii
recorded in tho ltccordor''- otllco, in and for
Aiuxanucr county, in tno Male orJIIlnoH.ln
hook I' of (Ifinls.DaL-L'JSl. Wc. the undrr.
igncd, told Trustccx, will 011 Saturday, the
7lh day of February next, A. 1)., 1874, at 10
o'clock in the lorcnooii of that dav, under
and by virtue ol tho powirof ciilo c'untalned
in said mortgage. sell, at publlo;iuction. to
tho hiKbcU bidder, for caih.ut the office
building of t-sld Trmtecs. corner of Wnsli.
Inirton avenue and IStti street, In said city
of Cairo, In Alexander county and Slate of
llllnoK alltherirht. tlllo and imprest of i.ild
James aulllian, hU hclt or hU aI(;ns in
mm 10 101 numoRrcii 1 (one) 111 uiock uum
berod'jri (twentv-flve) in tho tlrst addition to
said city of Cairo, according to tha rocordnd
plat thereof, with tho appurtcnanrtx.to sst
Isly the p-irpoM'S and condition of cold mort
pace i)aicii,c.wiio, ii.Li.voiH, January 81, 1671.
s. staa r Tayliui,
Kdwim i'AiusoKX,
TruHcoH of the Cairo Citv I'roperty.
7:1 U7-10t
BEAK, ESTATK AUKASjr.
U. WINSTON & CO.,
HARD a hp Bur a 1 i w
ix,vu .KaiATJs AGENTS
1 p.. m. v wM.a . -
AUOTlONJiKKa,
U (HIIOOMIJ LOO) OUIO LHYBB,
OAIUU. Itlii,.
UVY AND HltX HlAt KdrATI,
PAY TAXES,
UUNIHU AJJSTBAOTa OK TITLH
llUOli UINUXH.
i'ATJlONIZK
HOME a?K,JDS
BULLETIN BINDERY,
Vomer Twelfth street and rYashlnjrton Ays
" Xj' 11 iiLi),
(Late uf St. Louis,)
1'BOI'ilIKTOU
HOOK BINDER AND BLANK BOOH
MAN U FACTO" It Kit,
BLANK Uiinif m .
with noatiow and dispatch. All kJnrtA of
nillng done at short no'tic. Bib is 'MuLiS
County work, muUhs Hoeoid- I)
Vfo Books, BlanU, etc.. uu.de a inc
io order' VVk,l .tT.
Doekst
poeuily.
ENTERPRISE BAVI5G
4th Mftt sU, tst4).
otticni 0
CITY NATIONAL BANK. QkUO
ot rioau :
A. H. HAXOaiV Prlit!
mutm
taattoMi
Pi M. MAastAl,
P. H. nraosurvM,
tL a. Ovaraaaaa,
OaAi.a
raratj.
h. r.
Btaiuu ml sssasr isssi
T 3 Dsn
TTKEMT Hid om daeoali as iM ss ol an
J. par Mat. pr aaatisa, Man u ax fcsaSiSl
bar Int. latartatMi w1U4fB la aSlssnfcais
dtaMj to lha pruMlpal f if 4f tss, sfcmsir
ftrtax tham ompoBad laser!.
UABUBS WOMIST ASB SBtlSSM MAI
BirOM SfOIIT '
e lut mo mi mum us ssaaw s.
oalt,
al;, from a to a o elook.
MOM
W. TSLQF. THSSWat,
THE CITY NATIONAL
13 A WTC.
OilBtt,
CAPITAL,
1100,000
Wl 1. HAIXIDir, ?Na4sil
HEMBT U MALUCAT, VlS-m!aMl
A. B.IAProsU), OaahUri
WALTstl MT8LOI, AtslssU OaiUar-
ttf aah Tathua,
Bsnii LEiUmt,
Om. II. Wiuiutsoa,
a. a. 1
sessusr, vtm 1
kaaa at. tisasmsua,
W.JjltAMS4,
UKPOtilTB raMtrtd- aa4 a issmal sssslss
60J1MW SJII SJW
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OA1B.
K. W. MlLUW, PNSldMt.
J. M. PaiiLirs, VU-rml4Mi.
CliAS. CCMMIMdHAK, Clkl4r.
JOLLKUT10NB PBOKPTLY ULUM.
TjixoHANtiK, sola, bftk aWa asM UM4
jlj ta.M Kvuurii'M Donfsis im mmu
Uit4rMit AJJawaA Tlssa
CTC
JACOB WALTKK,
BTJTOHHlt
AMU bKALKK IN
FRESH 1st EAT,
KlOCTU STUIISr, UlTWMSl WajusTutob
AWB COMMIBOIAL AtWIsj,
ldJulaUsssr WtlaaJMis samI
Ktp tha beat er Baat. Potsr, MaSSaa VaM.
Umt, Sauau, aSa.. asul an prapara4 s aarr
jllnaaa In lha awl aaaapaabla maajar.
PHIL. HOWARD,
STEAMBOAT BUTCHER
CITT NATIONAL IAN II BUIBDUlS.
larspeclal atUnUon paid U rsln
taamboats. nUtht or flay.
JOELN SMITH,
(auoaeaaor t Jaimi Kymutam,)
Bufciiisa AMb UsuLaus at axl Xuim op
Jf am Kbat.
.Cohnus NonTwrrH ajcb Voptua sritk,
CAIHO. JXLINOU.
Buys and slaughters csuy th InmI smUU,
kogis and ahsap, and li pnpand mmmf
Jonisnd for frssntnasta frosa on su4 1
ten thousand pounds.
I1YLAN1) Jt SAUKH,
BUTCHERS
AX 11 DBAUAU US
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OK K'VXKY.UltiCKiirXlOW,
Coruar lOlh street and OasoBsreial svstl
next door to U HyUa4 Josa.
11-16 tf. CAIRO, IXi L8.
. JAMES KYUABTON,
I.o.l. d.rui.m.au. II miui a alMfcta fMt aat U
u TuM ..biiluu lr ..loaMl.
wjcr.Tj TBK.IU.
BUTCHHR
AND DIALS IM
AW- KINDS OF FKK8H MKAT8
r ..r. XwtmtUih roa. mm
uorrlaa avsh.
ta? nJltrhtr ottlr U baal Haiti.
nu pounoa.
BT THB
0AIR0 CITV GAS CO.
-000 himjj.ls mt,
COKE.
inreu in any rait of Uva nt.
. - ... . UMHnfTT Bi BBM(al l
F. M. STOCKFLETH,
satoriw,
Uotiilr aud Wkoisnui iHmki a
LIQUORS AND WINEA
MO, t'i OHIO LBTBX,
111a
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