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OKSKHVKH'fl OKKICK, CUIIO, Ilk,
.l.nnury ill, 10:11 p.ni., l.'sTI. (
Ituroiiiclcr, f 0:271 degree,
Thcmioinotcr, :!l Ucgrc r.
Wind N'. i:. Velocity I mil.. pur hour,
Weather, light lain.
Maximum tvuiperaturt. lor hvt 'J I hour
Minimum tempi-ratine lor Hip last.!! hour-
I'rAVkirtnif wind fur litt '.'1 lioiir, S. I.
Total number of luttua trnwded liy wind
during last SI hour.., '...v..
Total ralulal during tin- UU 'Jl hourx -01
Observer SikiiiI Scrvlco, II. H. A
SI'KOIAIj AHHIXS.MKN T NOTICK.
Notice Ik hurt-by u iv vti lo all iiei,m Inter.
.led, that the city council or Um. city of
Olio ha vim; ordered that the improvement
ii w! unui ici:h on i,cvim! micci, lonn tiic
Mitlthwlv Mile of Fouith. lo tint iiortlinrlv
-Ido of fourteenth (.trctt, (by Kravcllnj'
mm KrauinK me caino nave appnuu to tlio
miuuy rouri 01 Alexander coiiuiy lor nn
K'nun-intni ot tii ii cot or mm improve
mi'iit, accordlriK to bom lit, anil an aChi
Hunt thereof laving been mailt! uml ie.
turned to halil court, the tlnal hearing
Ihrn-oti will ho hail at llio Kehrnarv
if cadi court ROinrnnnclii" on thu.lilth day of
I l lMn i! , ii. II., ion,
All percotiR desiring may then and thorn
:iiraranii maKO uicir ui'ien-e.
Uaiiio, Ii.i.inoih, December 4, IST-'l.
JoiinI'. llr.i.v. 1
John II. (IOHHMAN. , ijoinml.tioncrs
.i.o. W. JIKNIIICKM, J
l hereby Riven that default having been
uiailu lor more than nlxty ay In tin: pay
ment of a portion of tlio amount i-ccurcd to
liu paid by a certain niortcafft! executed by
lames Kiillivaii (o-Kamiicl Staats Taylor and
Kdwin I'arwmi, Trustees ol tho Cairo City
I'looertv. ilatml .lulv Ihtli. A. 11 .. isif. .,.i
recorded In tho Ueronlcr' ollicc, In and for
siiuxaixier county, in tno Mate or lllinoli.lu
book 1' ol dftds.paj'cl.ll. We, the under
lncd, said Trustees, will on Saturday, the
1 tii day of February next. A. 1)., ISTt, atlu
o clock In tho forenoon of that dnv, under
and by virtue ol the power of sale contained
in Haiti luortK'ce.tnll, at public auction, to
the liif,hct bidder, lor each, at the 01t.ee
building of mid Trustee.., comer of Wach
Ini.toii avenue and 18th otrcet, In raid edit
or Cairo, In Alexander county and Statu or
JllinoK all thu ri jlit, title and Intercut "i said
.lames Sullivan, hl- helm or hit ai-lni, in
mid to lot numbered 1 (one) in block num
bered i". (twenty.flve) in thu lirnt addition to
aid city of Cairo, according to thu recorded
plat thereof, with tho appurtenance, to nt
iidy the purple and condition of 'aid mort
Dated, C.uito, Illinois, .lanuarv 20, 1ST 1.
.S. Staatm TaYi.011,
Tnietrcis of the Cairo Citv I'roperty.
7J-27-l()t ' '
I will attend at the followlnc; tlmco and
ti'acea In the KeveralprcclncU In this county
in coufonnlty with law, Tor the jmrpoe
ol reccivlm; tho Ute and county taxus lor
I'm year 1&73, m IoIIowh, to-wit :
In unity precinct, at tho houi-e ol William
liolden, ilondav .Ir.nuary I'.i, l.7l.
In Mxzlewood precinct, at Dr. Jonc" ktore,
Toledo, Tuerday,.lanuary 20, 1S74.
In Clear Creek jireclnct, at Jlarchlldon
Culley'i ttore, mouth or crcf k, Weduci-
dav, January "Jl, 1S7I.
In Thebei precinct, af .1. (i. Kollwlne't
rtore.Thcbcr, Thurday, .lanuary '."J, IsTl.
In rtanu Kc precinct, at V. II. Andcri.on'n
-tore, Santa , I'lday .lanuary i'l, ls74.
In (loom Maud precinct, at O. Ureeuley's
otorf. Oooo Itl.md, Saturdav, January
11, Wi. ' '
lu I log Tooth precinct, at tho liotiso of N.
Iliintarker, Tutday, January 'J7. IS7I.
lu South Cairo precinct, at tno office of J,
). liar man, Cairo, Wmlncd:ty, January
In North Cairo precinct, at the court home,
Cairo. Thursday, January at, 1H74.
.Section So. Kf of the amended revenue
lw of thin Mam rcipilrcH that levy by the
collector upon the perion.il propeily ol the
tax payer bo made lor the tioii-pHVincut ol
per&onal uvck on or belore the tilth day of
.Section No. 177, provide that all taxe.t
upon real ontatu remalnicK unpaid on the
itrth day ol Jiarch next, (hall he deemed
Tar payers will bear In mind these
changsi, u the law will ho vli'orou.ly vu
lorrcd. "lie furo to brlns your title papors or
lat yearn tax receipts with you, that no er
ror In pajlng taxed may occur.
Alex. II. InviN, Colloctor.
('Atito, ill. Dec., ai. is;:;. diu-td
AND llKALKtt IN
Kifinni GTuaar, IIetwksk 'vsiiinotos
AitJoIntaK If Unbunid unit Ilnuoy'H
Hep tht ttl or lie!, Pork, Mutton VM
l.tmb, Sua, to nd ar prepared to trre
Uikbi In lh moat noctpublf uiannor.
CITT NATIOKAL HANK ltUIKDIKO.
C2T8peclal attention paid to orden from
taaroboata. nlnht or day.
(HucccKMr to JuracB Kyna-iton,)
ilUTCUKU AKI DnALRR in ALL KlUDS Or
COItNBIt NlNSTBNTlt AND I'orLAH 6T.,
lluya and fclaugutorti only the hcrt cattle,
hogs and fhecp, and Ib prepared to till any
Jtiuiacd for froshiucata Iroci one pound to
tun thousand pounds.
HYLAND & SAUER,
AND DEAI.nita IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
Cornor Hilh street hud Cortiineri lal avettu
uoxtdoor to tho llylantl sdoun.
IMCtf. OAIHU, ILLH.
AMI) DV.ALKH IN .
Ahli KINDS OK FllKilll II BATS
Star cor. Twt'iitttlli Mtrtft mitt Co
liuyaond plauifhtcrs only tho best Cattle,
kloga aud Hhoen. and Id prepared to fill or
lorn for Frond iloala from 11110 to ten thou
ml poundx. 7.V.VH
A M W 1 L H O H ,
j j-io.a' B-ronax'is:! j
(i u 0 n it lit x
f HO V I M I ( H rl H T '
Ohio (Uiiai, III
THE BULL 13 TIN.
CAIRO LOCAL. NEWS.
OVkticoATa worth $10 for 8 at Hart.
Kor Salk, Four boautlfitl llvo tlnnr.
.''.'-2-t-!it It. V. IIKI.7NI K.
J'o a Km kni. Accept in; thtnl fur
jour coifimuntcatlon of tho 30th. l'loatu
call itnd 100 mo. (OS-'i-l-M)
N 111 im's police court y-ttqriKy ei(;ht
"lawd women" wero Haiti ten dollars and
tho UJital appendant for being Inmatei
or hoiikoi ol illrcputu.
A rft.i. r.sioriincnt of J. 1'. Coal" nnd
Clark & CoV, cotton, at livn couti per
'pool at Harttnnn A Vo't., corner fllxlh
trcot. 87-1 -.ItUf
C A. Keck, ill virion rtiicriiitont of tho
Ililrioi Contrnl railroad, who wai In the
city on Friday and Saturday, loft for (Jon
tralia yoatorday nltornxin.
TlIK WMIaeo troupe haso engaged
rooms nt tho .St, Charles hotel. They left
.Si. Louii lait night and wero exppettjd to
nrrivo horo thlt mernlni;.
'J'11 r. call of tho civil tlockoi for trial
will commence to-morrow ; Monday ), in
tho circuit court. AVitnessoa and parties
litigant will do well to ho In attendance.
Thk Kv. Mr. (Jilbert will olHciato M
uiual at the Church of tho K'jdcemcr to
day at 10:10 a.m , nnd 7:30 p.m. The
f ut.jfr.t of tho irmon at tho livening rv-
ico will be ".lealoany.'
iOTH k, Uaiiio Tuu.vr.ri .Societ v. It
! ileMred that nil the members of the
fcKvo society, bo at thoir hall thii (.Sun
day i February 1, i.t 1 o'clock j. m,, to at
tend to special buinc; of importance.
100 -1-lt. 11. V. Hklzncu, C. 0,
I'tVK IloLLAim roward will be paid to
nny one who will furnish cvidunco to con
vict tho boy dr boyi who aro guilty of
dafacin and rcmovinp; tle;n boards,
placed by me or lot "For Halo or Lcaeo.'
1-30-lw O. Winston.
A FtAN'i ik trciiAruie ion vacant
lots i.t tAino. Any person having n
vacant lot or lots thu they would ex
change lor aflrt-cliisii!iano, can bo suited
by addreJalng .Min Mnry Dixon, acnt
Carhondale, Illinois SG 1 -28-Ot
In tho I'rosbyteriau church this morn
ing, ilr. lliayor will, by request, answer
tho following question : '-What docs
Chrit mean when Ho sayi 'Let tho dead
bury thoir dead.' " In the evening his
subject will ho "Tho Great Cry, or tho
Voice at Midnight."
Tun triul of the caso of Uockcl vs.
lloylu, which occupied tho time of tho
oircuit court from Thursday until late yes
terday aftornoon, terminated by tho jury
swarding Oockel, tho plaintifl', judgment
for damage to tho amount of jbOO. Lin
'gar and J.unidcn, nttorneys for Mr.
lloyle, entered a motion for a new trial
Sirt Knights regular concla'oo!
Cirj Cornmandery No. 13 will Imj hold
at tho Asylum on Monday evenint:.
Work in tho Kud X. Sir Kn'ghU will
fcppear in fatiguo uniform. Visiting iiir
Knights cordially invito I. Tho trumpet
will bo sounded at 7.30 precisely.
lo:-'M it .Iektt Wilcox, lieo.
(inor.'.n I'. (Jui.v.v, and F. r.. Huston,
Now (Jrlean?; Sarnuol Wincstino and
Frank M. Zack, ist. Louis; Louis Mot,
J. A. Tuckor and 1). II. ilcCaulcy, Chi
c.tgo; C. AV. "Walthall, Cincinnati; f-am-uol
Cutherie, .Memphis, and V'. A. Kei
sor, Jackson, Tennessee, woro ainoni; tho
names rcglitorod nt tho St. Chsrles Hotel
l'nor. Hai;hy will treat his scholia
to h (iraml Mnsquorade Hall at tho M.
Charlos hotel, on Mardl Orat, Fobruary
17th. Ho envites nil his former pupilt to
participate in tho festivities. Good
order will bo preserved, and (1 ;;ood timo
is oipoctetl. l'orsons wishing lo tako part
in tho procession in tho forenoon, can ap
ply to Mr. Hardy nt his ollicc, No. 1 in
Commercial avenue. C. Haiiuv.
I)n. "Williams, tho dnntist, continues
to do business ct his old placo over Elliott
& Haythorno's boot sod shoo store. His
rooms aro Utlod up in elegant stylo, and
supDliod with all tbo modern implements
and convcnlonros known to the profes
sion. Tho doctor's nlroady largo business
t constantly increasing, nnd ho is build
ing up fur himeolf a reputation second to
no other dentist in this part of tho
country. Ho has on hand u complete sup
ply of dentnl gooiF. Thnso who neod
anything in his lino will do well to call
athisofllco. " 103 81-H
FiiOM tho 30tU day of Ueoombor to the
31 it day of January County Clark Lynch
granted tho following marriago liconscs :
AVm. Fiolds and Miss .lotephino Kasloy;
Klljalt MuFon and Miss Antm Vullon
John Collins and ilies Victoria Fatton.
Cbas Webor and Mis Catherine itoscn
bargor; "Win Frasor mid Mi3 Margaret Davis ;
AVm Frnoman and Miss Charlotte ilry
AVm "Wicker nnd Miss Ll.ziu Athor
Hamuol "Wiley anil Mlea l'heba MaliMft
Cn?st'riur llohbs ;
J esso; Jackson und .Mrs, ClarlcftNetl';
Wm 11 F.dwr.rds nnd Miss Malltm .1
Thomas (iraham nnd Miss Nancy L
A O Ingraham nnd Miss Mnry J
Jacob Kuppurt and Miss Tlinrt'S.i Ku.l
lllrd AVnuvur and Miss Oharino Amler
llonry Fox and Miss Mary.) Halo;
Arrall Agate, and Mid Ester M. Cule
man. A 'men treat Is In storo for tlicnoof our
citiiions who Intend going to soo the Wal
laco Sisters, nt tho Athoncum to-morrow
THE CAIRO JJAILY JUULIVRT1N, SUNDAY,
overling, F.vory mombor of this celebra
ted trnujio Is a star In some particular
linn of actiag, and combined, thoy make
one of thu best burlesque opera and soni
edy companies In tho country. As an il
lustration of tho high regard In which
thoy ufo held in thoso place whoro thoy
have played, we re-prlnt thu following
from the Fortland (Mnlnej 'I'ress':
A rousing houo groolnd tho Wallaco
Uistotii at Musio Hall but ovonlng, and
thoy well deserved It, for a more charm
ing trio of maidons cannot easily bo I
iouou. jiiii .jonnti) won grfehl uvor as
J'Aladdin, ' though hor best micros was
in tho "Villago Maid," whom her person
nt bnauty showed to much udvuntago.
Mlia Miiinlo was very arch and sprightly
In "Pekoe," and the ptt.tr, goldon-hairod
Maud mudo n decided hit in tho "l'rln-
cess,"' boing recalled at .every itppoarauco. i
ThosMors won thoir wav to thu hearts of I
their uudi.'ncu, and achieved rt succens
thoy should proud of. Fortescue, as
tho "W idow Twankoy," vras "Itnmontq,"
and cirited tho rialbles of tho spectators
to tho highest degree. Goo. AV. Denham
was amusing, and his efforts provnlrnd rs
poatcd bums of lfcughtor. Tho orcheHra
is unusually line, and causes tho musical
portion of tho ontortalnmont to bo vory
enjoyable. Tho costunirs aro very rich,
nnd add much to the plays.
PHANTOMS OLN Kit ALLY AND
V10 hor of r.lioitt, such as cotno in
"questionabli shupo," etc , moro especially
phantoms. Thoro is tho phantom bona
iV, inch as Inhabit tho other world, and
as it is goriorally suppose!, occasionally
revisit this sublunaty sphere,
"Making night hidious and wo fooli of
So horribly do ihke," etc.
Theroli also cholcra-iti-tantum, of which
wo will not write; tho oubject Is diitaitc-
ful, and calls forcibly to mind earlier days
savoring of peppermint and paregoric:
thoriiforo we drop it, as tho boy did tho
rod hot borso-shoe, without boing told.
AVo will deal only with tho former kind.
AVo had an opportunity Friday night
last, of testing thu social qualities of tbcio
t.fcrctnce of tho other world. Tho spa
cious dining hall of the St.Charlo?, in our
Dolta city, wi tho sceno of their orgies.
Long before tho "witching hour" shadows
might have been cccn flitting about, in
and around tho corridors of tho St.
Charltss, indicating that their Phantom-
ships contemplated something out of tbo
usual curse of things. Soon however,
soft strains of music, as from droam-land,
awakened our sensibilities nnd revealed to
our wondoring eyes, that the gathering of
the ghostly tlnn was n festivo one.
Sinco the days of our childhood wo
havo beon lead to bolievo that ghosts woro
ianctimonit. AVo are now convinced
of our orror; thoy aro iadeod a "jolly
crew," thoy joined in tho mazes of thir
danco with as much grace andoiisn as they
probably did In thoso days boforo thoy
thought it propor to retreat from thi-i
oarthly panidlco of ours.
As s?i. by our mortal fyes,
our firm and honest opinion ir,
that Phantoms are not beautiful. Our at
tention was particularly called to ono
lanl specimen with horns, who "toworcd
abovo us liko soma anciont ruin."
So terror-Inspiring woro these cobllns
that anything liko a doicription would Lo
AVo noticed peculiarities in tho ghost-
liko voicev, somo evidently cracked tod
S'jucaky by over use, and others hoarse.
Tho bronchial tubo3 of thoir ghost-llko
magestios woro evidently nUected, or out
of repair, conveying tho Idea that Phan
tom-land is unhealthy. Kicuso us nny
bow from dwelling there ut present.
"Double, double, toil and trouble,'' and
round spun the ghosts In thoir spectral
AVhen Prcito-FJy-liegono and heboid
tho chango! Shadows uro dUplaced by
substance. Tho magiiians of old could
not havo cfloctcd n greater motamorpho
sie. ISoauty-mo'.-fashiun, rcality,whon lately
phantoms. Ghoits goblin,lnld high car
nivial, and sparkling oyes, raery laughter
of tho quandum pliantoinr, heralded tho
Phantoms in Cairo are a success''
Pittsburg Coal at
iO 00 por ton ;
Grand Tower Coal at
$5 00 per ton.
C. AVuei'.lkr, -Ofllco
on Tenth stroot, between Com
mercial and AVathlngten avenues.
THK HIHKKN1AN HALL.
Tin: Fourteenth Annual ball of the
Hibernian Firo Company No. '1, will bo
given on Tuesday evening, February 10th,
1871, Rt Schoel'8 hall.
Tho undorslgned comnilttco of arangc
monts nro mnking every effort to mako
tbo ball & grand success, nnd will imuro
all wno may attend n pleasant time and a
Tho public aro invited. Tickoto $1.
Ialk, ) Com,
ika, J Armg'ls.
J7-td A. Susaui
FUU1T FA11M FOK SALE.
Fruit Farm for Salo or trado for Cairo
proporty or ( good stock of Goods. This
farm lies throo milos Fast of AVatuug Ui
tion on tho Illinois Central railroad, and
Iwoiity-Eovon 111II03 from Cairo. A good
framo home, stables and other out build
ings. Possession can bo had nt onco. For
furthor information in regard to tlio
amount of fruit on tho placo, inquire of
T, Gravis, cornor or Tenth and AVulnut
strocts, Cairo, Ills. Jan. C, 1871,
THK ST. CIIAHLF.8 UOTKL.
Tho undersigned having resumod tho
managomont of tho abovo hotel, trust by
strict attention to business, to tlio wants
and comforts of thoir guests, to merit thu
renowed favor of thoir old patrons and tho
traveling public in general.
ThoHalnt Charlos will at onco undorgo
a thorough renovation, nnd bo muoh im
proved in all IU appointments.
Good caniplo rooms and spnciul rutw for
All bagyngo for gnosis convoyed to nml
fromth'i hotel froo ofchftigu.
JkwettAVilcox ii Co., Proprietors.
White, iV Co., havo for calo ono now
(lamblo Wagon and ono Dray, For
terms Inquire nt their store, corner AVail,
Ington avonuoand Tweiitlolh stroot.
Two desks; ono warehouio hoisting
Apparatus; onosafo; ono skill'; to pairs
platform scalos; ono pair of counter
Males; two pairs trucks; ono wheelbar
row at the storo of Mathuss tt Uhl,
'JI-l-31-lt t 7..D. Mathuss.
v i v lfinJIiiiA ksTTknva no.
Jost on Monday last, a revolver. Hop.
kins it Allen' palotit, oalibro !$2. IW1
Handle, sllvor-plnloJ, goll flnishod cylin
der. Tho nbovo roward will bo paid for
its return to tho undersigned.
Ol-".o-d-lt Ai.r.x. II. Ihvin.
Two liatterics of two Hollers, each "1
foot long, 42 inch Dram, i! I I inch Fluos
with Cro fronts. Mud and Stoam drum
Safety nnd Mud vnlvoi", Chimney and
Dritchin, all completo and in urst-class
orderj; boon used only threo months. For
price, etc., inquire ol J. T. Hu.vjuk,
fl-2ri-tf. A'uHn Iron AVnrk.
For Bale, eamo pattern Find mako m
that now in uso city national bank;
is entirely now,'iXy'1 , been ia uso only
ono wcok nn hd on.y threo flres mado
In It. It may bo seen at C. AV. Hendor
son'ii ftovo Ptero. Keason for sell
ing is a desire to burn wood instoad ol
?oal. 011-21-31 13. A. lluH.vr.iT.
On Seventh street, Cairo, Illinois, ono
of tho mcst beoutilul homesteads in tho
city,; consisting of two lota handsomely
enclosed, sot with flower;, overgreons
shrubbery, iic, its ; a well built and ncaily
funlshod cottage containing soven rooms,
collar, clstorn, wood house, wath house,
bath hcuo;nnd coal houso, with ga? nnd
every convenlonco. Apply to
Jons (J. Hahjion & Co.,
l'eal Kitato Agents.
January, 1874. M-ltn
All tlio articles manufactured by Steel
& Prico Manufacturing Company, Chlca
go and St. Louis, are composed of tho
purest materials. Tho' company tako
especial prido In having their goods of the
very best quality. Their Dr.l'rico's CreRm
Diking Powder has maintained its reputa
tion for purity and goodness for tho last
soven years, whllo thoir Dr. Price's
Spocial Flavorings, A'nnilla, Lemon, etc.,
aro said to le unequalled by any:hi:igof
tho kind in tho market. d.vw-hv.
I will sell my entiro stock of tho bci-t
of Ucof, Pork, A'oal, Mutton, Poultry,
Ilultor, Kgg, Lord, Irish Potatoes, Sweet
Polatoe?, Apples, Flour, Moal, Spiced
liecf, and tho best of Corned Hoof. Tho
ssla will commence nt & o'clock in tho
morning and contlnuo until nino at night
each day for nino month?, Sundays ex
cepted. I havo alfo 180 acres of tho host
of cotton land to sell or exchango for Cairo
property. I also want several good agonts
to soli fruit tree. All of tho abovo will
bo explained by calling on S. Patterson,
earner of Ninth and AValnut etroet, t.s
thero is tho placo the salo of tho meat and
vegetables will bo mado. M-MMo,
Cairo, Ills., Jan. 3'.), 1871.
SPKCIAL LOCAL NOTICKS.
All brands of sheeting and shirting at
tho lowest price nt Harlinan & Co't.
All colors of Holding llros. M.iohino
Silk cheap at Hirtman A: Co'p. 87-1-30 tf
F0.1 oas nnd steam titling go to lien
nio's A'ulc&n iron works, Commercial
avenue, foot of Ninth rtrcot P-10-tf
Trie Kuropoan hotel, Harry AValkor
proprietor, ia opon at all hour of tho
All kinds of lino laces and fringes at
oqo half tho usual prico at Hartmnn A:
Co's. 67-1-30 tf
All kinds of clothing anil Gent's fur
nlshing Kood3 r.t onu half tho unip.l prico
at Hartman Co's., corner of Sixth street.
Just received i.nd opened, tho largest
end flnost assorttiiint,latest stylo and pat
terns of tho host brands of calicos at Hnrt
man & Co's., corner Sixth street.
All kinds of gamo constantly on hnnd
at Harry YValkor's, Commercial nvonuo
butwoon Sevontii end Kighth stroots.
'I'm: best quality, of Aloxsndrla kid
gloves at Hartman & Co', for eevonty
llvo cents, worth SI 'JC. 87-1-30 tf
Foil Salk. A lino Parlor Organ,
cheap. Addro's Max. K 01,1.1:11,
Caro of Paul G. Schub's drug store.
Foil Hunt. On Commercial aveniio
ono largo room furnished or unfurnishod
suitable for sleeping room for centloman
Hnd wlfii or two guntlomon. Apply nt
Hullktik olllco. 30-1.13-lm
Tj:s pounds of brown sugar for $1 ; 8
pounds bint coll'oo sugar at $ I ; A pounds
of choice buttor at ?1 ; 10 cents ft-r lard;
imperial tea at SI ; Potatoes 30 cents per
peck; apples 10 cont,-", at Wllcov's block
Notiok U heroby given that I will pay
no bills for goods sold to any of tho om
ployoa of TtiK Oauio Kuli.utik, oithor
or themiielvoH or for tho uso of tho olllco
uu!o3fl tho ssnio itra fiiruishod on an order
ilgnod by Mr, Harriott or myself,
iy-M-ly John H. Ojikuly.
Tin: brirbc-r shop Is on tho cornor ol
Kighth rtrcut and Commercial itvoniio
whoro J. Goorgo Stionhouso with his gen.
Unmanly asaisUnU can be found at nny
hour of tho day or night, ruadv to soothe
your foulings with n smooth fclmvo, or cool
your tomper uml head with 11 good sham
poo. ItUrt tlrst-clarp shop, and you nro
atiro o'f receiving llrst-olasi treatment.
Ladles' usd uhlldriin'it hair cut or curled
after tho most approved n.vlos. 8-15-tf
FBBRUAHY 1, 1874.
and departures lor tho 'Jl hours ending nt C
v. m. i.ih c filing !
Stearnor (Jraey, Columbus,
" Fisk, Paducah.
" Louisville, Iow Orloatu
" Paulino Carroll, St. ImiU
" City of OhOJtor, MomphU
" Andy Itntim, Memphis
" Messonger, Cincinnati
11 Laura Day!, St. Loiilt
" Thompson Dean, Cincinnati.
DC TAUT i:i 1.
Steamr.r Gracy, Columbn).
" Fisk, Padarah.
" Louisville, Cincinnati
" Cityof Chcstor, St. Louis
" Futuro City, St. Louis
" Andy Ilaum, Cincinnati
" Anna, Cincinnati
" Messenger, St. Louii
' Liura Davis, Nashvlllo
" Thompson Dean, Now Oilcans
" Paulino Carroll, Now Orleans.
Tho Ohio continues to rise, though not
so rHpldly. Tho tlso in tho twenty-four
hours ending ut six o'clock Inst evonlng
was scvon inchos. Tho Mississippi is re
ported falling at St. Louis, with nino feet
in tho channol out to this city.
Ilusincss yestorday was nbont tho samo
as It has boon since .Monday. It anything
it was n little duller.
A cold, raw wind prevailed nearly all
day, and at tbU hour, 10:30 p m., a cold
dri.-.zling rain is falling, with every pros
poct of its continuing throughout tho
night, nnd probably nil day to-mrrrow.
Tho Laura Davis had a big trip for
Nashville. Koport soys she stubbed her
too and took some water, but sho ecemed
to be all right on passing this port.
Tho Messenger discharged 25 tons hero
is well laden for St. Louis.
T 10 Thompjen Doan has ovor 100 peo
ple und a fair trip for Now Orleans.
Paulino Carroll added lira jot six hun
dred tons here, which filled her out fur
Tho Andy Iiaum had 630 bales cotton
for tho Ohio.
Tho City of Chester has 200 bales cot
ton, 20 barroles coal oil, 210 boxes chotso
nad a lot of sundries for St. Louis.
Tho Jim Fisk brought a good trip ves-
Tho Louisville hai 5G0 barrels molnif e,
39 do rico, 02 hbdj sugar, 23 hhds C.
Alfred. Marv C IlAtlla. Ailollnn
Coleman, MUs K Dearie, Clre O
rross, jirs a franu, -MIsk Tillio
Howell, Snsiin Harrison, Anna
Jones. Mtiftrio .Innen. Mlna Ava.
1 1 1 n - - j - b.u.
Johnson, Mrs Lor.orn Kingswoll, Hutiio
iviigour, .-urs .uary ivain, jdss Alice
Larne, Toresia il Macmanuby, Jiri M
Mason, Mrs Fannio Myora, Miss K:nma
-MrfklllUr Afra II (t'ltrli.n l.'na
'Purcoll, .'arah G John?on, Mary
i-ooToi,.iirs. liicuci i.ice, jiiss i'.iiit ji
Kiley, Miss A-'J Kittoll, Laura K'l
Saundars. Miss V Htrnltnti. Mn a
Shorbup, Miss Ida Smith, Angolino
amim, r.iumu htovnns, Uolia
Starkcs, Susan Turnor, Mrs J AV
Ungles, Margaret A'olmcrs, Anna
Williams, Kllr.a AValker, Harriett
AVright, Flora I! Yuk, Kvnlino
liarcant, Frank AV
Coloman, AV K 2
Dozior, Kduor 15 2
Horn, Ira C 2
II on rick, Michael
Hums, Jno Lacy
Connolly, Peter S
Hough, Michael 2
Knorr, C K
Koast, F J
Merrill, A F
Mclloe, AV It
Perry, H Ii
Payno, J AV
Poarras, M V.
Sibley, AVm K
AVoodward, Uhns K
Konyon, A O
Mattlo, A O
McCluro, G P
Martin, J K
Smith, Cyrus K
Thompson, J AV
A'anderbllt, D O
locum, John L
(ico. AV. MoKu.uo, 1. M.
Mrs. K.H. Workman Bfl'ors hor serv
ices to tlio ladies of Cairo and vicinity ib
n teacher in tho art of making AVnx
Flowers. For terms nnd specimens, she
rotor's to Ihrclny'a prescription drug storo,
cornor Kighth etroot nnd AVashlngton nv
onuo. whero ordors for Flower may also
bo loft. I.adlos wishiug loesons will plea'.A
leave thoir address at thu etoro or give
uotico through post olllco drawer No.
253, Cairo, 111?. 21 l.fi-lm
Paktnkp. AVantkh. A gentloinftn
without capital, but with several year
oxperior.co and thoroughly acquainted
with tho bushiNS, is desirous of forming
a partnership in tlio Hide, Fur and
Lcatliar business in Coiro, with somo ono
who can furnibh n capital of say s-'t.OOt).
Addrer?, drawer '-'27. 10-1-18-tf
Foil i good squaro meal go to Hurry
AVnlkor'a restaurant, Commorclrtl a venue
between Seventh and Kighth ftroet. lm
tohjsInkss MKN !
An opportunity for parmanont nnd snfo
invoittmentl Are otl'erod for Cfsh sale,
i'urnlturu and llxtures, and choico of stock
to amount of from ton to flftcon thousand
dollars. Ilusincss s wholesale and rotall
dry goodH and millinery. Location :
Denver, Colorado, Stock now, and froo
from remnants and rubbish. Jlullding
now nnd located in business confer. Fix
tures new nnd desirabln, A largo wtnb
lishod business, Sales of tho Into firm In
October 1873, $30,000, A largo or small
buslnou may bo douo, propartlonato to
tho capital employed. Correspondence
solicited, and roliablo information givon.
Address within the noxt ton days, As
slgnoo, P. O, box, 1770 Donver, Colorado,
or ICoom SI, Planters House, St, Loulii,
Itoss hai on band, nnd lor salo a largo
quantity of oak and hickory vr ood, cut nnd
split, nnd ready for tho sitovo. AIo al
UmM of coal which will bo delivered In any
part of tho city on short notice. Leave or
der at coal yard, 011 Commercial avenue,
opposite Klovenlh street. Dor. fi-IJm
Hoot and shoe maker, Twcn h street, be
tween Washington avenuo and Poplar
ntreet,ls prepared to make hoots ami thoci
In tho blent nnd most fashionable itylei,
Ho will mako them to order, nlil or iimv
stylrs to Milt customers, out of tho bj 1 .and
freshest tock. of which ho al
good supply on hand from which to mako
ioIccHoih. All fitting. of boots and shoes
mine uy .nr. lasers is ttnno in own shop
no forelL'ii flttln? bclur .nunJ lir lilm.
Qlvo him a call, and ho will ylvo you satl-
The well-known business stand of Custcad
it PrOVO, at the mOUtll Of r.lfisrrrnel.- AIot
under county, Illinois, situated in ono cf
tho illicit agricultural dMrie.Unf llin uv.t
aud with a wcll-cstabllnhsit traiio. ri.i.win
bo found n rare opportunity for nn energetic
Tho premises consist of a store 20X40 feet.
n dwelling of eight moras well funiifhed
and conveniently arranged, good cisterns
anu an ncceary oitt-hulldlngii, and one
acre 01 i.inn. i erras bcra . Arrnlv nr
addrcs, AVM. CCsTrAD,
12-0-lm- d.Vw. Clearcrok Landing. Ilia.
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE
,...,,.j ivnui u,i uuii men ironi uio ci
recti ol orroraniliibiiiesi!iarlyllfc. Jlau-
uwuu itiwinii tiiiiieiiiincnis 10 marriago
removed. New method ol treatment. Now
11m rumarKaoic rcmeuics. IlooKa and clr
....... n c. vv, it, rt,.vil Ulluiuui:ff. JVtl-
dress Howard Association. No. 2 South
UtnOi uU.a. tll.ltn.tA11.l. t,.. ... t......
. .... mi iv., , uii,iuuiiiii,i, 1 a, an in-lllll.
lion having a high reputation for honorablo
conduct and proffmslonaUklll. 10-2.1 it&wSm
THE EVKNT OF TIIR SEASON!
3P JE 23 Xt XT jJJl. IX "K-
The Hr'tlliant Dashin,; Artists
Sl-PPOThl) llY Till". ItKXOWNKD
P.URLESQUE & COMEDY
S.-i AUriSTS ! FULL OltCllKSTK.V ! !
SUPERB RRASS RANI).
PKICKS OF ADMISSION,
SI 00 AIM) 75 t'ESTrt.
Keened kout1' at llartmau'?, without ox
1'crfuriimtioe commences nt 8 o'clock ;
cm ring's xaay nu oruereu ui iij;io o'CiecK.
FrtA.NK 11. DensoN',
1-23.11 Sole Manager,
MTE SODTJlJiKN HOl'EL.
-Mi:a. T. .V. GAn-'NKY
Tako3 pleasuro in unnouncini? to tho nub
ile that sho has taken possession of this,
popular and convenient hotel on the Ohld
Levoo, and that fho his KKVUllKItjllKn
and KknoVATKh it in many rospects, nnd
it now prepare 10 nrcommodato tho pub
lic with irood faro, cood roomc. cood lods,
nnd everything necsssary to, nnd usually
lounu in a ursi-ciass el.'Uill8limc!it.
Tiiatikful lor past patronage, sho hopes to
moru us continuance.
tT Day boarders rocaivod nt reasona
0 rates. M-l-SO-lm
Centaur LiuiniPii .
The Rrcat discovery of tho
ngc. There Is 110 pain which
tho Centaur Liniment wllluot
relieve, no swelling which it
will not bubdtlo, and 110 lamo
lUMt which It will not euro
.T1iIh is Htrom; language, but
'flUVPtt tho recipe i ptlnted ntound
each bottle. A circular containing cortifl
;aleH nf wonderful curea ol rheumatism
neuralgia, lock-Jaw, cpralns, Hwdling,
liiirus, heaUN, caked-brtati;, polt-ouoiiit
bitcH, frozen let, emit, Kaltrliuum,var-ucho
tc. and tbo lcclne ot the l.liiimflut will bo
nt gratis to anyone. It it tho inont won-
ueiiui iteming nut! pain rciioving agent tho
world lias over proiiuuca. itfciw 11.1 no ar-
tieio cer berore tllil mi, aim It sella bccnuio
it tloesju't what It iteiid.1 to do. Una bot
tle of the Centaur Liniment for animal
(yellow wrapper In worth a hundred do!
iaralor npnvlned, strained orallod lioie
and milieu, and tor Kurow-wotm in sheep,
No family or Hooli-ownor can allord to bo
ivlthout Centaur Liniment. Price, MIcciiik:
ncgr bottle?. $1. J. II. Komi ,fc Co., M
Ittoudwny, Now York.
("ASTOKIA m more tnati n sutistltnto tor
CavlorOII. It lit the only n.va article in
e.Utcueo which Is nura to rcculato the how.
eb, euro wlndcollu nnd produco natural
siuep. 11 ispio.'i'iaiu to wi;e. Ciilltll en lined
not cry ami motueis may aiccp. 107 wiy
11 V TlIK
CAIRO CITV CAS (JO.
2)0O luithcls or,
O O HZ IE? .
Dclivcrnl In any part ol' tho citv
Tweuty-llvti bushels for TWO DOI.IjAI:-),
111 101111 11. T. GKOUI.I), Supt.
Corner State St.
The most Unowned Sptclnlitt of tht Agt, In rVU
trtatmnttfPltir.iTK, CJUIOXW and VJ!l'
Tlx riiil. ( eulr Indltcnitlout r ttr mum, rraluloi
Ki;ivoi'8Xi!S3,rnirLrii ontuk rxcr, avcikioxto
f OCIITV, IWlUlUtD 6KIUT, LOSS OV MEMOEV tm
UAN'tlOOO PEK.' -KNTLV CURED. Till CRtAM Of
UCDICll. LITKBATl'Rn. IlluUtltit llk cfcutf tU'-'lM"
Ultln( ,Up) nrr7,tiriuit, &. Tb 1ik4UmoU
Uumtkc. Tfcilr nalw. out aa4 to. rrlnMmnu,
list In kjiUla Mleil ranloix. LvUm rvHulitm nrflul tiJ,
ndWt tiunfaut cr tkltlM mj nJ'or hUkm U iu,
lurtlUt ikIJc1 vltti lriU .ptrliu.m. VwJ, tu4-ru?i,"-"
HI ! II i: MM
AFFAIR OF THE SI8AflO!f.
AFFAIR OF TUE SEASON.
AFFAIR OF T17E SEASON.
THE CAIRO TURNERS
THE CAIRO TURNERS.
THE CAIRO TURNERS.
WEDNESDAY EVE., FEB.. lit UU
WEDNESDAY EVK., FEB., 17, 1874
WEDNESDAY EVE., FEB., 17, 1874
To be given bjr tho
TUESDAY EVE., FEB., 17, 1874.
Tho Cairo Turner Society,
determined to eclipse any and
overy onll that lias been given
this soason, will giv a Grand
Masquerade ball at the titno
and place abovo mcntiqned.
It is the determination of the
gentlemen who have tho mat
ter in charge to mako it the
'bigest thing" of tho kind
that ovei took placo tin thw
city. Noither timo nor ex-
pensc will bo spared to accom.
plish this end, and overy ono
who attends may confidently
expect to sco such a ball at
was never beforo given in this
section of country. t y'-
Tho following committees
have been appointed u j ,j
Committee op AnnAcbKUtiiia.
F. iM. Slockiloth. chairmin V.A. Ha.
der, E. V. IJelzacr, Wm. A!b and P.
Flooii MANAOF.as. R, nbiukr.
Ilarrv Walker and W. F. Kneb.n.
Hkckition CommittejsV Stephea
Sohwanitz, Wm. Butler, 'imd Chttlw
LOOK OUT I LOOK OUT 1 1
I'rosiicctns for 1874 SEVEHTM TSAK
An Illustrated Monthly Journal, UBlTtrMlt
admitted to be the Uandtomtwt prlol
iciii 111 uio norm. AreprtMnutUTlk
Iter roit Sal i:r tloox oh ifxwa Sroaat
Thu Afdine, while issued with all taa rc
ularlty, lus none of the temporarv ar t'us
ly Interest characteristic 01 rdiaaiy.pail
odlcals. It h an elegant mlieellaay of pits
III, lit uml i,r.i,.Af,il II.A.,u . , -1.
...... ft...v. .i.i.-.m.u. , hu m wm.
tion ol icturos, toe rarest ipclBmof as
tiKtlu skill, In black and whlu. Altaoiufe
n 1 n ) 1 uti ni'i.ml In. tuimk.. - a &
pleasure to Its frieudi, the real Ta.ua aad
beaut)' nt The Aldine will be mort apan.
ated after it has been bound up at tha aloM
ot the year. Whila othtr pubLUatloa aay
claim superior eueapneia. aa coparad wlu
rivaln of u ktmllar cfass, the Aldine ia aa u
iijuo and original conception aba aad ua
approached absolutely without conception
lu price or character.
AflT DEl'AKTJkUSNT, 1874.,
Tim HtllsitrAttnna nt thai A I it Ika ....
a world-wide rcnuUtloa, Mdin the art cm
frea nf PumnA tf lu sin eilMliai tuA .w-.
its wood cuU aro ex.uaplei pt Vk fclrtttt
llArfnnt.nn n.ma Mteln.l em.. -
prejudice In favor ot "steel plates," ta ran-
ciimlnatinir taste which recoealm tti aa
r.nl.ini. tl.A nit.-... r i -. . -
,... mho u HuiMiMfftiui uperior armnsa
tjiiality with Kroater facility or pro4ueUea.
'Pill. illlflPlaWw ll.t.rl m.1 -. -m . . W mi.T
... ......K,,j i.j.ou vMMtiut tot 9 wall
by ThOH. Moran and J. 1). Woodward.
Tlio C'liristmis isnue lor 1S7 will. rttaUlss
special designs appropriate to ta aaaaesi,
by our beat artUiH, and will aurpeje is at-
tracttons any ot its predeceewn.
l'ltEillUMS FOK 1174.
lAery suiiscriber to the Aldiaa. tat ,U
vo ar 174 will receive a pair of Mite''
The original pictures were painted ia oil lo
the publisher of the Aldiaa, by Taaaaa
Moran, whose great olorado plcturee aad
purchased by congreiu for ten tkMaad
tlollam. The nubleoU were ekeaes itta.na.
rctcut tea Uiouituid. ilrllsrt Tfce laalaeae
were chosen to represent "Tae. KaatV. ead
"Tlio West." One is a view ia the Watte
Mountains, New Hampshire; tae attar
gives tlio ClitU of Orcen rlt rj -Wyesaata
twiiimiy. &iiu ciirumua are eeca wofaaa
trout thirty distinct pletet, and ere, la alae
(lixlO) and nppcurance exact fae-MattlM'ol
Nwauk. H. J Sept. ). II.).
Mriisrs. .unica Sutton co. .
(iK.NTi.KMKN 1 am ilollfhted with th
proofs In color ol your chreaoe. Tbey 'are
irondci fully micceasful rtpresrataaloeie'ay
ccii.iiurai proccM 01 iuo originupaUMlaaf.
Thcso chiomoa are in every
an. They nro by an orlnal J
ui) n .'iH ciumj, tnus. jteau.
cmi. i hey nro by an orlnal America are
crfs, with material ot American ataaeiac
lure, from dculirus of American eeeaarr bv
an American painter, and preaented to euk
scriben. to tho first Buccetaful Aaaeiieaa
Ait journal, it no better ceeauae el ail
this, they will certainly peeeete as lateraat
no foreinu production can I autre aadi wl.
titer aro they Kny the worse & Uy aaaaaaj ii
iuuuiiai i.uiuuoi m prouueutm laew. tmm
the publishers only a irile, while atjial ia
every respect to other ehromoe that are eajd
slnirlviordoubb the saheerlPtle'attaa (
fl,.. Al.lln.. " -.---
If any suhscrihor thouldtaUitleata
reiico for aficuro sublect.' the'h
firenco for aflguro subje
will scud "Thouuhtj 'ot II
will scud "Thoujrhts'ol IJoBi"jt aa.aad.
bcatlful uhroBO, 14x36 iachee.
u iittie nauan exile waoe&i saeeklssa; ejoa
betray the toiifilDgn ol his heart,
$5 per annum, in advanoe, with pil Care-
For 950 caNTa sxTaa. t&a ehresae.
mounted, varnished, and prepaid fey i
Tho AldluawiU. hereafter, a-lMai
oniy uy HuacripuB. ,xaeia.v
ducodor chib rate: eaafe far i
niiutbe rent to the paMiaaen dsreet, ar
uauaeu to wo local caavaeaar, wseaeae n
sponslblllly to Uta 'auaasasea.' azeapt ia
eases where tae certlleate le fflvea, Mafoj
the faclalleaUeaature aJeasa-lajae,Ca.
Any person wiebiaf 10 aet m
ae a loeal caaviMev 'Wia reetttvo
louipt lnlormauoB ay ap
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