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THE CAIKODAIIrtJiJULLKTIN, SATURDAY, JANUARY 31 1 1874.
LOCAL WEATHER REPORT,
OHalHVHH'4 OiKIOK, I'AIHO, lilt., I
January. i)0, 10:11 .ui I S7- .
llaroroeter, SOt'JK dK'ee.
Thermometer, :i8 Ut;;re.
Wind N. Velorlly 1J IBiIIm rr hour.
itattmuiu temperature lor lait IM .horns,
Minimum temperature lorlbe Uil'i4 hours,
I'rmlllDK nihil for Ut Vi hours, S. W.
Total number of mile trml'tl by wind
Juiim; mt 'it iionn, aw.
Total Inlhfal dllliuj'tliP hut III liolIM ll-ftfl
Ohterjrer Wk-nal Service, if. H. A.
Nutlet li hereby given to all person inter'
ild, that the city council ot thei illy of
Cairo liaylDi; ordered Hint the liiiirociiii;iit
of the (thin levee on Levee street, lorm tliu
outhorly side of Foutth, to t lie northerly
idle of Fourteenth street, (by pravelltin
ami grauing me same) nave appucn 10 inu
.ounty court or Alexander enmity (or an
assessment ot the cost or said improve
iiivnt, according to bcnellt, and an use-..-ment
thereof having been made ami re
turned to said court, tlio final licnrlo
thereon wilt be hail at tin; Kcbronry term
of (aid court commencing fill thv.llith day of
r ouruary, i. is., ircc,
All persons desiring may then and ibetn
appearand make their delensc.
;aiho, li.uxois, December!, 17.1.
loiiw II. iIobhman, Commissioner"
tJieo. W. JlK.NKir.UK, J
1 hereby k'vcu that default haling; been
iiiadt! lor more than nlxly diiya in the pay
ment of a portlou of the amount hHCiired to
he paid by a certain mortKatfu executed by
.Iiuj Sullivan to Kamuel Masts Taylor and
Kdwln Tarsou. Trutues ot tho Cairo City
Property, dated tuly 18lli, A. 1)., and
recorded III the Itecordcr'a oillcc, In and for
Alexander county. In the SUt of llllooli.ln
I mot I' ofdecds.pagclilL We, the under
i igned, said Trustees, will on Saturday, the
TtTi day of February next, A. I)., 1874, at 10
o'clock lu the forenoon of that day, under
and by virtue ol the powcrof salocoutilued
Im iiii! mortgage, lie 1 1, at public auctlou. to
the hlghcut bidder, for cash, at the office
building of said Trutena, comer of Wash
Inyton avenue and 18IU street, In said city
of Cairo, In Alexander county and Mate of
Illinois all the ri (lit, title and intercut ut laid
Jamei .Sullivan, hi hclra or bin i -lt;n, In
jud to lot numbered 1 (one) In I. .uk num-bered'-T,
ttwcuty-llvc) In the Ilrat addition to
said city of Cairo, according to the recorded
plat fficreof, with tho appurtenance, to sat
mly the purpose! and condition of said mort-
Dated, Cairo, Illinois), January V, 1671.
S. Staatn Taymm,
Trustees ofthc Cairo City Tropcrtv.
I will attend at the following time and
p:acea In the several prcclncta InthU county
lii conformity with law, for the purpoe
i( receiving the otatc and county tuxes for
the year 1B.3, a tolloivs, to-wlt:
In Unity precint, at tho houru ol Wl.'llam
Holden, Mondar Inuuary l'J, 1871.
In llazlewood precinct, at Dr. Jones' itore,
Toledo, Tuesday,. January SO, 1874.
In Clear Creek precinct, at Marchildon .V
Cutley'a itore, mouth of creek, Wiulnet-
day, January 21, 1874.
In Thebe precinct, at J. 0. Ilollwlni:'
Uire,Thebeii, ThunKlay, Januar", 174,
In Santa l-'e precinct, at W. II. Andcrson'i
htore, Santa Ke, Kilday January 'i'l, 1S71.
In (iooae lland precinct, at O. Ureenlcy'
atorc, Oooe l-Und, .Saturday, January
In Dog Tooth precinct, at the hoiue of X.
lluuaacker, Tucaday, January 'J7. 1671.
In .South Cairo precinct, at too otlke ol J.
(. liarman, Cairo, Weducidav, January
u, 1K74. '
In North Cairo precinct, at the couu hou-.e,
t-'alro, Thuraday, Jatiuiry tw, 1874.
Section No. 1M of the amended revenue
law of thla xtate require that levy by the
l ollector upon tlio proiial proixity ol the
tat payer be made for the non-payment ul
j.eiToual tax'ea on or belore the lUlh day of
.Section No. 177, provide! that all taxed
upon leal citato remaliilDK unpaid on the
lulti day of Jtarcli next, fcliall be dccuivd
Tax payer will bear In mind Ihccc
change, as the law will be vlgorouxty en
forced. "lie anro to briiuc your title paper or
Ut yeara taxreculpU with you, that no er
ror in paying Uxea may occur.
Al.BX. II. Irvin, Collector.
I'Allto, Ilia. Dec, 31, 187.1. Uu-td
HIVE SYRUP AND TOLU
' 'IBIOIfcTIEX- SYRTJP
Dr. Cox'i lllvc (Croup) Syrup baa been
kuowo and u-d by tho medical piofviaton
otrer 100 yearn, una u a remedy for Cold
and Cougbt ha an older and better rep.itii
Hon than any other Cough medicine ever
i. tiered to the public. It U kuo',n as Uie
i.'oinpotuid, Syrup ol So.nllN, and a formula
may be Inunu lu own- medical dlepens.iton.
Dr. HaDtoiu'H Hive Syrup mid ') olu, In ad
dition to the Ingredient lor Cox' Hive
yrup, contaiiu ItaUaui nt I'nlii, decoction
ol Skunk Cabbage llont nnd Lobelia, a com
bination that muat couiHiend it to every one
:ih a auperior remedy lor'C'roilp, Whooping
(,'otmli, Attbma, llroncliltN, Coulii and
Cold, indeed lor all affections or the Throat
and I.UUKit When a coliyli medlclliu la
ThU Xyrup is c.arclully prepared under
the penonal diiectlon ol ti rcculnr I'liynl
idan ol over twenty years practice. wIiomi
dunature is attached to the direction on
U taste Is very pleasant and childron
Kvery Jtcally should kocji it as a ready
remedy Uh- Uroujis and Cold?, etc., anion;
the clifldren. ' '
D. KANiiO.M, Son A-Co., 1'roprV, llutlalo,
J)R. J. It. MILLER'S
Tula medicine may with propriety be
.caUed an "Universal llomedy," a It in fa-t
auperaedtny all others a a general liunllv
jucdlclno. ltcurca, aa If bv MAOMVl'lL'
.'NKl.UKN'CK, Neuralgia and allp.nln.audU
therefore very properly termed ".Magnetic
iU-Un," It la purely a vugctablo preparation,
it bus no equal aa a remedy tor Cholera,
Cholera Morbus, DIiii'rhd'a.DypontorjCollc
;nd all llowel CoiuplalntH.
It timely uso will euro Cold, Croup,
Diphtheria, Ijulmy, mid ull Throat nllec
tlonf. When properly used, Kovor and Ague.and
other complalnta Incident to our "'ostein
mid aouthnrn elimuten,ara easily lirokon up.
Nervous 1'aln, Mlck-llnuiluche, and Itlicu
nmtlaiu are cured by tliU medicine when all
otlicra havn failed. 'J'oothuche, Daraclie,
Hums Chilblain mid llruUoi are relieved
ut once by Itt use.
The genuine hat 1). Hansom .t Co.'s prl
vatn Itoveuuo Stamp on tho outsido.aud Dr.
.1. It. Millet-- Magnetic Halm blown In tho
Kxaniliiu closely and buy none, btit tho
.Sold by a)I Drujrglats. 1'rlco 2ft cents per
D. JlANOOM, Sox &Co., IVopr'H, lluffilo,
N. V. Jan. 28-wlt.
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE
Happy roliof for young men from the el
fcc.ta ot errors and ubuses In early life. Alan
hood restored. Impediments to marriage
removed. New method of treatment, New
and remarkable remedies. Hooka and clr
iiilars sent free, lu tealcd envelopes. Ad-
' drcas. Howard Association. No. tl South
Jvmih street, Philadelphia, Pa, an Inatltu
Vlon having a high reputation for honorable
.eonduet and profownlonal aklll, 10-W d.vw.'lm
T H B - BULLETIN.
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
.Il'Iiiie At.t.cvl at Marlon, William,
OVKRCOAis wortWlO for )8 at Mart'
to ah Co't. b" -3Utr
A CoUUERCUl. avenue merchant was
yelturJay fined fife and the trliominc fjr
whipping one of hi ex-clerks.
IN the Circuit Court yeiterJy, the
can of deckel vi, iloylu wna being beard.
The argument wa coiicliidiyl In the after
noon, A 1 1 I. assortment of . I. I', (.'oats nnd
Ulatk iV; .(''. potion , at Uve cont pur
pool at llartumn V C'o'l., corner rfixtli
treet. 6Tlfiu tr
J. II. Wlt.Ii, route agent on thu illitli
tlppt Central railroad Imtweon Cairn nnd
New UrliiAUi, will make the St. Charles
liotul hi headquarter thli winter.
Tut: rovlval at tho -Metliodtat cliurth
continue, ond tho Interett manlfitted
increases with every meeting, A number
of convortlou have takon place, and
moro aro cipoctod.
Kivs 1oj.lahs rnward will be paid to
any'ono who will furnish ovidvneuto con
vict tlio boy or hoy who aro guilty of
dofacin and removing tln board,
placed by ino or lot "For Sale or Lease."
1-30-1 w 0. Wis.to.v.
Tin Cairo City Coal Company lias now
on band and ready for delivery, a large
quantity of lump Pittsburg coal, which
tboy are telling at U dollars par ton.
Tbey oll'er extra inducements to city con
sumer. This Is good lump coal, no alack
or waite among it.
A Piano ik txt'iJASnr ton vacant
loth tx CAtao. Any person having a
vacant lot or lot that they would ex
cnango tor a first-data piano, can be suited
by addreiing Mi Mary Dixon, agent
Carbomlale, Illinois. 8C, 1.28-Ot
lott.v Itoami whs arretted yesterday
on a warrant charging him with having
utod threatening and abuilvo languago.
But Judgo llron, after hearing tho evi
dence, ditcharged llogort, the evidence
against him being entirely too flimtey.
Attk.ntion is called to the card of Dr.
W. lllauw, published elsewhere in this
morning's Uullitin. Dr. lllauw it a
German physician and surgeon, and comes
to Cairo well recommended. Hit ofiico
it at No. C, .Seventh street, lie solicites
a share of patronage.
Ttte opening tale ef tho reason at tho
tobacco warobouto of Messrs. Htroughn &
Ilinkle, yesterday was well attended, and
the tobacco told brought excellent prices.
About twenty-five hogsheads wero placed
on the breaks, and ws? reality taken,
the prlcos obtained being satisfactory to
both teller and purchaser.
A. Kiu.kuiu.v, (i P Duckhauie, and J.
McOraro, .St IjuIi; D L Wright, Now
Vork; F II Huston, Now Orlcant; J U
Finnill, Vinciiices; M F ('handler, Hot
ton; II llcstwick, Chicago; J M Kolloy(
Cincinnati; and C J Perry, Clinton, Ken
tucky, wero among tho name roglsterod
at tho .s Charles hotel yetterday.
J.oT on Thursday kftemoon, on tlio
street in Cairo, a leather Pocket Hook
containing about f 19 50 cash and a nolo
for $100 made by James Crombell. Pay
ment on said note bns been stopped. Any
perton returning said pocket book to Dr.
VVooda' otlice will be liberally rewarde.1'
0.1 1-31 It Nkixin H. Makki.k.
On Utt Tuesday evening, live prisoners
in the I'uion county jail broko out and
for a whilrt there was a lively time shout
tho jail. Four of tlio prisoners weru re
captured, one of them being shot and
lightly wounded, beforo ho would surren
der. Jack Hlddons, charged with murder
was tli 'j only one that made good his a
capo. Til: following were registered at the
St. Nicholas hotel yritorday : John lUte,
St. Louis; M Mitchell, Ohio; O F Gil
gor,Cpt. .1 M Smith, Geo Spencer, Ind.;
T Spencer, John li Thomas, S Nelson,
W Towle, Steamer Anna; J Johnson,
Metropolis ; K Doddridge, U A and T.,
Kit.; KS Itotontbal, Coliiiiibui; ( Bled
soo and lady, Ky,; M 0 llutherford, Now
Madrid; "W Pettry and 0 H Clarke,
Pttor. Hakpy will treat his scholars
to a Grand Moiqucrado Hall at the St,
Charles hotel, on Mardl Grns, February
17th. lie onvltcs ull Ills former pupils to
participate) in tho festivities. Good
ordor will bo preserved, and n good time
It oxpectod, Persons wishing to take part
in tbo proceision In tho forenoon, can ap
ply to Mr. Hardy nt his ollicc. No. 11
Commercial avenue. C. llAnnv.
J in. granuest atfitir in the way ot a
party nnd dance that has taken place In this
city for yoara was that which came off at
tho St. Charles Hotel last night undor tho
manipulation of tho "Knojoquers" Club."
Not loss than ouo hundred couple wero
present, the iiumonia dinlog ball being
literally crowded. Thu masks worn
consisted of a gown roaching from tho
head to tlio uet, with a cape reaching
from tho shoulder to tho waist, and a cap
to cover tho head, all of pure whlto mus
lin. Tho mask for tho face was timdo of
white linon, linod with soma kind of still'
materia), and pressed to fit tho faco, the
only oponing in thorn bolng tho eye-
At halt' pait eight o'clock tho
party attooibled in the dining room, and a
more ghastly looking crowd was nover
beforo teon ; and it would have boon As
easy to push" a camel through the eyo of
a neoJlo a to havo told ono from another
of thoju who wore maskod. At about uino
o'clock tho dancing began, and wn ltopt
up until twolvo when at a given signal
tho masks woro removed j and then for
the first tlmo each know who the other
was. Ladles and gentlemen who had
nover mot before found themtolvf? dann-i
Ing together ; and several gentlemen who
are notod for being polite In aociety
found tboy wero in company with their
own wives, and having boon "particu
larly sweet" with them, fell no little
ashamed of themselves. At twelve o'clock
supper, (land-wichet, and coffee) was
tervod, after which dancing was re
sumed and kept up until a
Ut) hour this morning. Tho
Knc.joquort may congratulate theui
solves on tho tucceiiof their party, for it
was a tiicces in tho broadest sense of tbo
word. And to Sir. "Wilcox and tbo at
taches of tho St. Charles the thanks of
tho Club, Hbd all who participated iu the
party, aro duo for tho manner in which
matters were conducted while tboducce
was In profjeii.
Pittsburg Coal at
$.0 00 per ton j
Grand Tower Coal at
00 per ton.
Ofljco on Tenth street, between Com
mercial and Washington avenues,
Til K JOKE.
The Club vvlili to Imprest on the mind ol
our citleus that no one wilt be udmltted
unlets properly authorized by the Invitation
committee, who have o.vcluiled from their
llt all vthoe preencn would inthnallgbteit
degree prove objectionable to their guest".
Wo extract tbo above from a pieco of
modesty that appeared in Thursday'
Uui.I.ktim. It it tacred to tho memory
of tlio "ICnojoquei.' As far an our pene
trations will lead in we think it was de
signed to appear as a local, but through
some misunderstanding tamo to us
ai a communication. Written by
ono of the club the artielo
sounds charmingly charactorltttc. It
is only necessary to read it, and
the author Is beforo you. It is so sweet;
in our imagination it smells of musk. Ono
would think it lay embalmed in a kid
glove for a week and was then nerved up
inadiih of unguontt. Those Knojoques
aro mod ol t young fellows all of them.
They would rather do penance In sack
cloth and ashes for a month than havo
their names appcr in a public ncwitpapgr.
Uow modestly, ho tells us that tho party Is
all tho topi: ot conversation. It has
crept into all daises. Nothing but masks
and phantoms darting through tbo atmos
pbero on a pillow, with a pair of (purs
attachod to the tail of Pegasus, going
through a key-bolo in ono end while a
blaze of tiro comet out at the other '
That these Knojoques lira nice young fel
lows we haven't the least doubt; nnd in
deed wo nover thought twlco when the
quettton of their importance to
the community was broached. Wo
never know a ruoif'iici nobility yet that
wasn't the prop of Stato when war
threatened its destruction. They are the
cream of tocioty; and at for religion, the
church would become tho house ot pro
fanity if their tettlod visages no longer
added grace to itt interior, Ai philoso
phers wo prcsumo thoy havo a right to
analyzo society and resolve it into
its different grades. Thoy .air a
right, or ol.e they, (modest
young fellows, would not do it)
to tell tho peoplo of Cairo through tbo
columns of a public journal that two
thirds of their population is unlit to min
gle with them, the "choice, and roaster
spirits of the ago." Thut little band of
Knojoquo holds thobrain ot this commu
nlty ; ani as far as regards rcllnemont,
thoy might dictate politeness to tho gods
in the halls of Olympus.
Let them submit the nomination of
club to a votoof thn citizens end we'll
wager ono hundred dollars thut that two
thirds ofjtuo ballots will boar them "dam
TH K Tl fl-:itNrAVi7AL I..
Tiik Fourteenth Annual ball uf tho
Hibernian Firn Company No. -I, will bo
given on TuuiMny evening, February 10th,
1S74, ut Schuel's hall.
Thu undortignud committee nf urnuge
monts nro muling every efiort to mako
tbo ball it grand stuvctr, and will assure
all who may attond n pleeiunt time nnd a
Thn public aro invited. Tickets $1
Vfi. McIUmc,1 Com
I.k, "j Com.
m, V of
K, J Arrng'ts,
I'll 1 1, llOWAtll),
J7-td A. SUSAUKA
FItUIT FA KM FOli SALE.
Fruit Farm for Salo or trado for Cairo
property or a good stock of Goods. This
farm lios threo miles F.vst of WeUug stn
tion on tho Illinois Central railroad, and
twenty-seven miloi from Cairo, - A good
frame house, stables and other out build
ing. PosiOesliin can bo had at onco. For
furthor information in rognrd to tho
amount of fruit on tho place, inquire of
T. Gravis, cornor of Tenth and Walnut
stroots, Cairo, Ills. Jon. UC, 1871.
THK ST. OIIAKLES HOTKL.
Tbo undersigned having resumod the
management of tho abovo hotel, trust by
strict attention to business, to the wants
and comforts of their guests, fo merit tho
renewed favor of their old patrons and tho
traveling public in general.
TheSaint Chariot will at onco undergo
a thorough renovation, and bo much im
proved in nil its appointments,
Good sample room and ipocial rate for
All baggego for guest convuyod to and
from tho hotel froo of charge.
Jkwxtt Wilcox & Co., Proprietors.
Tuk harbor euop is on tbo cornor ol
Kighth stroot and Commorciat avonuo
whero .1. Goorgo Stionhouso with bis gen.
Unmanly assistants can bo found nt any
hour of the day or night, roadv to soothe
your feollng with a smooth ehavo, or cool
your temper and head with a good sham
poo. It is a first-class shop, and you aro
sure of rocoivitig first-class treatment.
Ladies' and children' hair cut or curled
aftor the most approved styles. 8-lS-lf
Alt. kinds of Uno laces and fringes at
ono hnlf tho usual price at llartman &
Co's. 67-1-30 tf
For a good square moal go to Harry
Walkor's resttiurant, Commercial nveuno
lielwecn Sovonth and Eighth ftreet. Im
1 will sell at my salesroom, No. Ill
Commercial avenue, this motning nt 10
o'clock, furniture consisting of bedstead,
lounges, tables, bel fprlegt, ono wardrobe
stoves, and ono carpet. At night, at 7
o'clock, I will sell dry goodt, consisting of
printt, muslius, suck, ttocklngt, under
wear, boots and ibiiet; notions, etc.
07-1. HI-It Louts II. Mvkw,
FOIt MAI.T: ATA li A KG A I N
Hot-led windows, with or without
glass. Enquire cornor Thirteenth and
Walnut streets. 4n.15.2w
White & Co., have for nils ono now
Gatnblo Wagon and one Dray. For
terms inquire at their store,' corner Wash
ington avenue and Twentieth street.
Two desks; one warehouse hoisting
apparatus; onoaafe; ono skill'; two pairs
platform rcale ; one pair of counter
catcs; two pairs trucks; one wheelbar
row at the storo of Mathuss iV Uhl.
1 I-l-31.lt D. M.iTituij.
FIVE DOLLAKS KKWAKD.
Lost on Monday last, a revolver. Hop
kins fc Allen's patent, calibre fli. Pearl
handle, silver-plated, gold finished cylin
der. Tho aboro rewarj will bo paid for
its roturn to the undorsigncd.
OLSo-d-lt A I.F.I. II, IlIVtN.
Two Uattorles of two Hollers, each i!4
feot long, 42 Inch Dram, 'i 1 1 Inch Flue
with tiro frontt. Mud nnd Steam drum
Safety and Mud valves, Chimney and
Hritchin, all completo and In urtt-clat
orderf; bocn tiled only threo months. For
price, etc., inquire ol J. T. Kkknie,
9-rt-tf. Vulcan Iron Works.
For Salo, same pattern and mako as
that now in use at the city national bank;
is entirely new, having been in use only
one weok ant bad only threo fire mado
in it. It may bo seen nt C. W. Uonder
son's stovo store. Keason for sell
ing I a dosiro to burn wood instead ol
:oal. 011-21-31 E. A. Uuiinett.
On Seventh street, Cairo, Illinois, ono
of the most bcautltul homesteads in the
city,; consisting of two lots handsomely
enclosed, set with dowers, evergreens
shrubbery, &c , &c; a well built and neatly
funishod cottage containing seven rooms,
cellar, cistorn, wood house, wash house,
bath housoand coal house, with goss and
every convenience. Apply to
John qTHakuon & Co.,
lie si Estate Agents.
January, IS" I. &-3-lm
All tho articles manufactured by Stoel
& Prico Manufacturing Company, Chlca
go and St. Louis, nre composed of the
purest materials. Tho company take
especial prldo In having their goods of tho
very best quality. Their Dr.Prieo's Cream
Iisking Powder has maintained Its reputa
tion for purity und goodness for tho last
sovon yoart, whllo tholr Dr. Price's
Special Flavorings, Vanilln, Lemon, etc,
are said to bo unequalled by any'.uing of
tho kind in tho market. d.iw-Iw.
I will sell my entiro stock of tho best
of Ileof, Pork, Veal, Mutton, Poultry,
Huttor, Eggs, f.urd, Irish Potutoes, Sweet
Potatoes, Apple, Flour, Meal, Spiced
Beof, and the best of Corned Hoef. The
salo will commence nt 5 o'clock in the
morning and continue until nine at night
each day for nine months, Sundays ex
cepted. 1 have also ISO acres of the host
of cotton land to sell or exchuogo for Cairo
property. I also want several good agents
to sail fruit trees. All of the above will
be explained by calling on S. Patterson,
earner of Ninth nnd Walnut street1-, as
thero,Is the place the sale of the moat and
vegetables will be mado. !i2 1-31-lin.
Cairo, III?., Jan. 3'.', 1S74.
SPECIAL LOc7L NOTICES
At.L brundi of sheeting and shirting ut
the lowest price nt Hartman & Co's.
All colors of Holding Bros. Macbino
Silk choap at IlHrtmnn & Co. 87-1.39 tf
For oas and steam fitting go to Hen
nle'a Vulcan iron works, Commercial
avenue, foot of Ninth ttreet 9-10-tf
Tne European hotel, Harry Walkor
proprietor, is opon at all hours of tho
Alt. kinds of clothing and Goal's fur
niihing uoods at ono half the uiual price
at Hartman it Co's., cornor ofSixth street.
.1 us r received and opened, tho largest
nnd finest assortment, latest stylo ur.d pat'
torn of tho beat brand of calicos at Hart
man & Co't., cornor Sixth itrcot.
All kinds of gamo constantly on hand
at Harry Walker', Commercial avenue
betwoon Sevonth and Eighth streots.
lltK beet quality of Alexandria kid
gloves at Hartman Ai Co's, for seventy
llvo conte, worth $1 26. 87-1-30 tf
l'OR Sale. A fine Parlor Organ,
cheap. Address Max. Kollkh,
Caro of Paul G. Scbuh' drug tore.
ron hunt. uii uommercinl avenue
ono largo room furnlahed or unfurnishod
Mtltablo for sleeping room for gentleman
and wife or two gontlomon. Apply at
Bulletin otllco. 3i-l-l3-lm
Tkn pounds or brown sugar for tl; 8
pounds best rolleo sugar at $1 ; 4 pounds
of ohoico butter at SI; 10 cents fur lard;
imperial tea at $1 ; Potatoes 30 contt por
peck; applet 10 cent, at Wilcox' block
Notiok Is hereby given that I will pay
do bill for good told to any of the em
ployes of Tiik Cairo Hdllktin, either
or thcruselvce or for tho use of tho office
unleso tho latuo are furnished on an ordnr
ilgnod by Mr, Huroott or myself.
Jon H. Ohkbt.t,
tnl departure lor the 21 tiour ending at C
i, in. Mi cveuiui; '
Steamer (iracy, Columbus,
" Fiak, Paducah.
" Colorado, Vicksburg
" .Minnoola, Memphis
" Pat Kogeri, Cincinnati
" Kobert Mitchell, New Orleans
11 Julia, Ut Louis
" Future City, New Orleans
" Anna, Now Orleans
" Arkansas Hello, I'vhusviIIo
DC PART E!.
Steamer Ornoy, Columbus.
" Fisk, Padacab.
" Colorado, St Louis
' Minneola, Cincinnati
' Pat Kogor. Memphl
11 Hubert Mitchell, Memphis
' Julia, Vlcksbttag
" Future City, St Louis
" Arkumas Belle, Evanivlllo
lhe Ohio roso ono foot yestorday.
Thero Is no gliango in tho condition of the
The weathor conllnuos warm, though at
dnrk Inst night it wa! it littlo colder than
during the day.
Tbo ldlewlld dischargol SOOtkt wheat,
200 iks oat, 300 ska wheat at Paducah,
and brought 10 cattlo, !i0 dozon chickens,
S do turkeys, 40 bbls of wbUkoy, 03 bbls
flour, 45 casks bacon, nnd sho had a good
trip. Sho changes days with tho Arkan
sas Hello next wook and leave Evansville
on Monday nnd Thursday nnd Cairo
on Tuesday nnd Saturday, arriving nt .1
and loaving at C p.m. Sho it to run on
ichodule time, connecting with thn pack
ets and railroads at Evanivlllo.
Tho Minneola baa 3'.' tons stone, 0J7
bales cotton. 3'- bales rags, nnd 1R0 bules
hides for tho Ohio.
UPat Koger had a lair load.
The Future City brought tho steamer
Anna and a tow of barges from Now Or
leans. Tho Cairo City Coal Company pur
chased n flct of Pittsburgh coal yester
day. Tho Arkansas Belle arrived just nt
dusk. Sho brought the most wonderful
cargo ever descharged at this port. Tho
following "manifest",furnished us by tho
clerk will be read with interest:
Manifest Str. Arkansas Hollo, Cairo,
Illinois, January 2!), 187 1. Wm M Wil
liams, 1 dose II Hammond; Judge Mc
Hugh, 1 stuffed club; O 1'nik, 1 bag wind;
J F Mlilor, agont Green Line, 1 photo
graph of family; Phil Howard, 1 tin
whistle; Chas Bradley, 1 balloon; A B
Saflord, 1 hoy; Jno Gwathnoy, 1 brass
band; G 1 Miller, 1 old vest; Gabby Mike,
1 dog ifor sausage); Jim Howard, 1 Girl
(L & L V Ex); Joo Uendricka, 1 crim
son fiag; Tom Coffey, 1 baggago room; D
L Davis and Wilkes, 1 wild cat; W F Mc
Kcc, 1 cowbonlcan; Jas Johnson, 1 tnulo
(with dinner horn attachment); Mat Ful
ton.l foot Light.Gittlo Ha(n)tchot); Irvin
Dugan, 1 afterpiece; Mat "Walsh, 1 crosi
tic; "Walt Withorspoon, I Pitcher;
Jos Mnllory, 1 badgo ; J M Phillips, 1
"roll-em-aboard ;" Mr. Kent, 1 Voltniro
armour; Jowett Wilcox, 1 square meal;
John Uogan, 1 yaller dorg ; O W Lon
nox, 10 M tdoves and 1 bbl sufferings;
Jim Biggs, 1 lot lightning andebeok; 1
negro portor and 1 box concentrated lye-r;
Sol. Silver, 1 bottlo bluo lick ; Steamer
Gracoy, li lido wheels; Wm Yoro, 8 post
holes ; Julius Kahn, 1 wcathorccck;,Chhi
Barton, 1 Evansville 'Journal ;' Chas De
r.eny, 1 tonnaga llend (boxod); James A.
Plillli?, 1 Price-less drop curtain ; Sum
Green, 1 bucket coal; "W A Drips, 1 doc
tored cigar; Jas. Morrtt, 1 imitation
loidliU powder; Heber Hexford, 'J giz
zards. Mrs. K.K. Workman offer her serv
ices to tho ladies of Cairo and vicinity as
a touctior in thu art ot making Wax
Flowers. For torms and specimen, cho
rotors to Barclay's prescription drugstore,
corner Kighth street and Washington av
onuo, whero orders for Flower may also
be left. Ladles wUtilng lessons will pleata
leave their address at the storo or glvo
notico through post ollice drawer No,
253, Cairo, 111'. 21 1.8-lm
Partner" Wa.ntei7 A gcutloman
without capital, but with sovernl yearn
oxperionco and thoroughly acquainted
with tho business, ts desirous of lo
slruus ol lorr-
a partnership in tho
Loathor business in rl'
who can furniah a'
Address, drawer 227.
C. ' K HUGHES,
(1 EN E It A L
Ohio l.ovco, over Mathus.s it
US' None but
First' Muss CutHjmnit
BAFFOHD, MOIlHia & OANDKK,
73 bla. SLM.
CITY HATIONAL' IIANKBBVILDIaia
l'he oldost eBtablikhod Aitenoy In Hontborti
lllluots, roprcseatUig over
505,(100,000 00 1
f the host
Insurance Capital nl
" ' ' " ' , - Tf..
l!osi has on hand, and lor lata a large
quantity of oak and hickory wood, cut and
plit, a.vt ready for the itove. Atoal
kinds ol coal which will bo delivered In nny
partof the city on short notice. Leave or
den at coal yard, on Commercial avenue,
opposite Eleventh street. Dec. Om
liool and shoe maker, Twen li street, be
tween Washington avenue and Poplar
street, la prepared to make boots ana shoo
In the. latest and most laahlonable st)les.
He will mako them to order, old or new
tylc to stilt, customer, out or the hi; and
tre'heit stock, of which ho always ;iuin
food supply on hand from which to nuke
selection. All fitting of boot and fchoia
mado by .Mr. Ehlora It done lu his own shop
no foreign tilting being used by hltn.
Give him a call, and he will give yon utli.
Tho well-known business tand ol Custead
Provo, at the month of Clcarcrcel;, Alex
anderrounly, llllnol, situated In otm ol
the finest agricultural districts of tho West,
and with a wclI-csUblUdicd trade. 'riiNwill
be found a rare opportunity for an energetic
The premises consist of a store 2O.VI0 feci
a dwelling of eight rooms, well Airnlshod
and conveniently arranged, good cisterns
and all necessary out-btilldlngs and one
acre or land. Terms liberal. Apply or
address, Wm. CusTi:At,
l2-!)-lm- d.Viv, Clearcrcl; l.andlns, His.
NEW ADVERT rSEMENTS
No. ), South side of Seventh Street,
nj-31-tr. CA1KO, ILLINOIS.
Till EVENT Ol' TIIK SEASON!
The liriUiant l)nsliin; Art'tnti
FOKTESliUK BLAKE SPENCEK.
TJURLE3QUE & COPIED )L
AU1ISTS ! PULL ORCHKSTK.V ! !
SUPERB JHIASS .BAND.1
AND ; 73 ffcST,),
at Hartmau's. without ex-
Perl'oiinanco commences at 8 o'clock ;
carriage!, may be ordered at lu: I." o'clock.
FltANK B. DORSO.Nj -r
.-t'-OO-U .Solu .Manager.
. COMMERCIAL AVENUE,
Between sixth and Seventh streets, Cairo,
T. II. ELLIS, Propflfitor.
Tlio New Ailliigloti llotuo N new open
for the reception ot giieM. The house la
located in the heart nt thn hiiolnos portion
ot tlio city, nnd convenient to steamboat
landing and railroad depotn. (iooil i-ampla
rooms lor cnmiuerelal agents. Watch kept
day and night for boat and tniliit.
THE SOUTJlJfiKN IIOJ'EL.
IRS. T. N. OAFJ'NKY
Takes pleasuro in announcing to tho' pub
lie that sho bus taken possesion of
populur and convenient hotel o
Levee, and that tlio ha
and Runovatp.u It in -
, -.. .ui, VUIU
.--r..T . ! J '."
rTiTSlth trood fare ,,,7 . ,nu I",
In a fir;,,u ? "V! aiually
t'cntitiif Mtmiicn .
The. urcat iliacovery of the
u'o. There Uno pain which
the Centaur Liniment will not
lellnvc, no swell I ni.' which It
will not subdue, and no lame
ness which It will not cure
Thl Is atretic language, but
11 I- trim- It t. nit iniiiitniiv
Kltlrps the recipe in printed iiroum
ouch bottle, A circular contalulii;; certifi
cates nl wondertut cures ot rlieuumtlitn
iicurabla, lock-jaw, niraius, awollliu-s,
titirns, hcahN, vaked-brs iistn, poUonoii
ri tc;, irezeu tcot, uut, Kaiiriieum,ear-acuti
.to., und the recipe ot the l.inluent will bo
sent gratia to anyone, it is the most won
derful hcalliiR and pain lelleiltiL' nifcnt tho
world has over produced. 1 1 (IN iihiio ar
ticle over before did tell, and It sells because
it doea luit what It pretends to do. One bot
tle of tho Centaur l.lnlinent lor animal
(yellow wrapper) la worth n hundred ilol
lam lor spavined, tdrnlucd or nailed horsee
and mules, and lor Krow-wonn in shtipp.
No liiiiilly or btock-nwner can ailord to bo
nithout Centaur l.lnlinent. I'riee. 60 cents:
aegr botllea, $1, .1. H, ltoo Ai Co., ft3
llroadwiiy, New York.
OASTOKIA is iiioiu tti.r.i a rtubstltuta lor
Castor Oil. It H tho only hapsc artlolo In
exlateuco which is sure to regulate the bow
eU, cure wlndcolle and produco natural
sleep, It iapleiuant totalie. Children need
not cry und mother may stlocp 10-7 wly
OAIRO AND PADU0AU
Tha alaa'(lhi steamts
Ototc Kowlbu, Captain
Leavos Cairo DAILY, (Hunday excepted) at
4 p.m KorfrelKhi or pasvago apply on boat
tr to Jan, Mau.oiu, ii.
mi! in: his
i. ..-..M-sassBssssaasBBBSsasrasMSsnsBaassi i w mo auv
A K FA 1 11 OP tnih) SBASON'.
AFFAIR OF THK SRABON.
.BVK., Ir:l 17,J?a
KVK, FEB, 17, 1874
EVK., FEB., 17, 1874
Wi 1 I ,S)
WEDNESDAY KVK., FEB., 17, 1874.
The Cairo Turner
(Icleriniiied to eclipse1 any and
every hull that has been given
this sonsoiif wilhgiv u Grand
IMapquerado all fit the time
and )lacc above mentioned.
It is the determination of the
gentlemen wlio jiav.ctjic mat
ter in charge to make it tho
'bigest thiig,"6f tlio kind
that cvqr took pl,vcejiii tjhis
city. Neither time nor ex
pense will be spared to accom
plish this end, nnd, every one
wlio attends ma' confidently
expect to sees itch a" ball as
was never beforo givdn in this
section of country l! ? i-ii
The following committees
liuyc Uec,i ajintccL
F.sM. Stockllcth, cliairman ; Kfll"" Hu
der, U. V. Belzncr, Wtu. Alba and 1'.
F i.oo it Manaokrs. U. Hebsaclter,
Harry Walker ami W. F. Kitchen
beckcr. llKCKI'TI ON COMMITTKK. StCplteD
Sohwanitz, . Wm. Under; kA
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I.KhVaud ;rfleelul literature; and codec
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itliproacbcd absolutely without concetitlon
lu prlco or character.
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peitectlou ever atyjNII K ,
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'every respect to other cliroinoe UsJ sMsW
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a littlo Italian oxlIe-wltow-sWeiIn la
betray the longings mVljdBitjMft.
f 5 per annum, la advance, with Oil Oiro-
l'or ?50 ck.nt extra, the chroanai.
mounted, varniilsedsuui rspoM by noil.
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