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OKOKUVEIt'H (ICKIL'R, CjUIIO, III"., I
lcbruary '1, 10:11 p.m., In" I. (
- r.atomctcr,:!0: !2lK degree.
Thermometer, !!! decrees.
1 Wind N. i:. Velocity I inllea per hour.
Muxliiiiiin tumpcraturo for bit 'J I honr,
Minimum temperature lor tit- lnkt'JI lioiir,
Prevailing wlmi Tor lit Jil hours, wt.
i Total number of mile traveled by wind
I during Ukt'U hours, 177.
Total r.ilulal iliiili,'the -i ill ' hour -K
Obsorver Hiunal .Service, U. H. A.
HI'KCIAI. AfSCSSMC.NT NOTICI!.
Niiilc" I hereby given to all turmoil Inlrr
cited, lli.it tin-city council ol thu city of
. 1 1 f having onlircil Hint tliu Improvement
nf tin) Ohio lovco on l.ovce dtroct, lorm llui
outhi-ily lin of Kotntli, to the nortlurly
side of fourteenth street, (by ravullnj;
mil grading tliu namcj have applied to tliu
family iourt or Aliixundcr county lor an
tE'inuiit ol t ho cokt of raid Improve-im-iit,
uri'ordlug to bcucliu, and nn assess
niciit thereof having liccti madu and re
turned to Hild court, tliu Umil hearing
llicicon will be bad at tliu February tcim
if raid court I'nmiiii.uciiig on tliu lOtti day of
i ubruary, A, 1),, 1071,
All puion ilelring may then and there
i (ippi.-ar and mako tliuir defense.
(A llin, Ii.U.noih, December 1, 167.1.
.loilNl'. 1Ii:lv, )
-lon.v II. dons man, ComiuMoncni
Okci. W. Hkniikks, J
l hereby given that default hating been
ijimli! Tor more than sixty day In tln-pii)-iiicnt
of a iortlou of the amount secured to
bv paid by a certain niortgago executed by
.lames Sullivan to Samuel .blasts Taylor and
Kdwln I'jrMiiiK, Truitoc ol tho Cairo Cltv
I'loju'ily, dateil duly 18tli,A. 1)., InIj, anil
ivi'otdud In tlm Recorder's ofllci: , in and for
Alexander county, In the .Statu of UlinuKlu
book V ofdfitMln, page 181. V"e, the under
igneil, mid TniMce, will on .Saturday, tbu
itli day of Kcbruaty next, A. I)., 1871, at 10
o'clock In tho forenoon of that day, under
ami by virtue of tliu powcrof a!o tout lined
lu said mortgage, tell, at public auction, to
tin ti t k! ' -t bidder, lor cah, at the office
inuming or kil Trustee, corner of Wash
ington avenue and 1Mb street, In said .dry
ol r'jlro, lu Alfxaiidcr county and Stale of
Illinois, all the ri t lit, title and Interest ul laid
.bum- .Sullivan, hi heir or his a"lgns, In
and to lot numbered l (ono lu block niiin
b.red'ii ftwenty-llvci In tliu tint addition to
.ihl city ofC'Hlro, according to tho recorded
pl.nt thereof, with tho appurtenances, to rat
t;ly tliu ii'triKires and condition of raid murt-i-j'e.
Hated, C'Allto, ll.MNom, January 20, 1871.
H. hTAATS TAVI.OK,
Trustees of the Cairo City rroperty.
I will attend at tho following tiinca and
places lu the several precincts in this county
Ju coufonnlty Willi law, for the purpose
ul receiUu" thu Main and county taxes for
1'iuyrar 1373, as lollows, to-wit:
lu C'nity precinct, at the house of WCIIuin
Ilolilen, Monday .Innuary l'.i, 1S74.
In llplcwood precinct, at Dr. Jones' store,
Toledo, Tucnday,.)auury 'JO, 1&74.
lu Clear Creek precinct, at Marchildon .V
I'ulley'i store, mouth of crock, Wednes
day, January 21, 1871.
1 In TbehcH precinct, at .1. (i. Uollwlnt:'
store.Thcbe!', Thuri'd.iy, January 22, ls?7l.
1 lu ri.mta I'c precliu t, at W. II. Anderson's
store, Santa , Friday January 2D, 1874.
1 lu noose Dland iircclnct, at ). tlrcenley's
store, Goose Island, .-'aturdv. January
' lu Dog Tooth precinct, at the home of S.
liunxackcr, Tuesday, January 27. 1874.
In .South Cairo precinct, at tue oillco of J.
Q. Ilarman, Cairo, WedncMlay, Januarj
In North Cairo precinct, at tbo court home,
I Cairo, Thursday, January 1474.
Section No. l.M of the amended revenue
law of this statu rciptircK that levy by the
t ollector upon tho personal property ol thu
lax uaverbu nudo (or the rinn-tiayment of
pHrsonal taxcg on or belore tiic 10th day of
Section No. 177, provide that all taxes
upon real n-Ute nun u In I r. unpaid on tho
loth day of March next, shall be deemed
Tax payer rill bear In mind theo
chniiKen, -sa the l.iw will be vigorously en
forced. ll mro to brlus your title papent or
last J earn tax receipt with ou, that no er
rors 'iu pAylng tuxes may occur.
Ai.kx. II. litvi.N, Collector.
CAIIto. Ill. Dec. 31. 1.H7.I. lUw-td
UA I HO, AHKANSAS AND TKXAS,
AND CAIRO AND PUL
The shortcut und only direct route from
Cairo to Jaoksouport, Little Hock, Hot
"prints, Kulton, and all points lu Arkansaa
and tbu Southwest, and (ialvcMon, Houston,
D.Hllai, Austin and all points In Texa
TWKLVK HOUIta IS ADVANCK OK
Through ticket, Ibrotish bills of lading,
and Information as- to freight rates, pas
senger fare, connections, do., can bo ol
ulned at tbo company's ellico In Winter's
block, corner of Seventh street and Coin
Ilacka will call at private '.residences and
!totuln for passengers, when orders' are left
Klegant I'ullinan palaco sleeping cars ou
all night trains.
TraliiHrurl dully, (Sundays excepted) from
the Cairo OIUco as follows:
CIIAHI.KbTON jktCOMMODAl IOK.
I.eavu0reentitlds....t):33 a in and 4:00 p.m,
Aralvc atdrecnfleldV H:17 a in undu:33 p.m.
KXVItKHM ltl)N liAILV
Leaves Circunlleld's C00:p. m,
Arrivn at urecniitiiii'n itiup.m
D. Axtki.i., Chief Kngluoer.
CUM M KUOlAlj AVEN UK,
llctwt'fii Sixth and Seventh streets Calr,
CA1I10 CITY GAS CO.
20CQ liuxhcts or
o o ik: e .
Ili'llvi'ri'il n ii nv nnrt of llin cltv
Tweiity.lvo;bheb for TWO DOIiLAItf
in 1 -if i in ji. i . ur.uuuL.li. nniu.
DR. W. J1LA.UW
iso, ti. noum enia ni neveuiu ntruui,
i0-31.tf. CAIRO, IIJ4N01H.
o T. II. JIM-IS, I'lOMli'tof.
" Tbe .Now Arlington lioino i now open
1 mealed In tbo heart ol the htl.slni'H port Ion
it the city, and convenient to steamboat
landings and railroad depots, (lood siimplu
looms I'or commercial agents. Watch Kept
' jidT inn recc ii on oi nue.'i. iiii' nuuse is
nay aim uigiiv ior uu.iis mm ti .uuh.
T HE BULLETJN.
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
I) it. KvAV.t It ilanguromly 111.
.!ri uk. Mauciiii.don waidown iv town
OVKttcoATS worth $10 for ffl at Hart-innri-
Co'. 7-l...0 tr
Kon a a i.k. J'niir beautiful live dur.
Olb'M-'Jt It. V. Hsuskh.
Jacoii O. Yost, Kh., of Aletropolii
wai la attendaucu at circuit cotir yeitor
day. Kkveua:. tin Important eases were tried
in I'olieo MagUtrnto Iiird'i court venter
day, I'ktk Smith Is running a blucxitnltli
aliop at Fillmore, oppoiltu tho forry land-lib'-
Mn. Mahtain Kken H buildint: now
hotul ntnr tin ferry lnndint; on tbu Ken
Mb. H mi on ii, who Unt boon tick for
icimt tltnn, Ii Improving, and will bo at
bis post of duty shortly.
.Ma vor. "W'oons sjiralnod anklo Ii got
ting better, and ho oipcts to bo ablu to
bo ftbout ngaiii In a few days.
A ft I.I. amortment of J. l Coats' and
Clark & Co'i. cotton, ut llvu conts per
spool at Hartmnn A; Cot., corner Kixtb
ttrcut. 87-l.rW tf
YeSTCKIiAV belliK tbo lint of tb
uionlb, rnorcbntiU, grocorynmn, butcher,
and evoryboily elto that had bills to exi
led, woro on tbo war-path.
Tin, fird rnorithly meutlni' of tbo City
Council will bu liulJ to-night. If tburu It
anvtblr.t; of inucial imnortuncu to coino
bofori) tliu Council, ws livn not huard of
Ktiiaykii A wav Tbrcu "milch tows
odo red and two speckle!. A tuiU.b!o re
ward will be paid for tho return of the
tome to tbo .St. Charles Hotel.
'J-3-'Jt Jkwett Wilcox,
Tin: revival at tho Motbodiit church
continues, and much good it being uccom-
pliihcd. -Mr. Wallur, tho pastor of tbo
church is a wbolo team in himself, and tbo
cburch uridor bu guidance prouiltoi to do
better than over before.
A 1'iAXo ur KxetiA.soK roil vacant
loti Df CAiKO. Any pertou having a
vacant lot or lots that they would ox-
ccango tor u first-cluts piano, can be tuited
by addreislng Mitt Mary Dixon, htjcrit
Carbondalo, Illinois. tO 1.2iJ7t
S FlTOKr.Al.n, lidotdii, lUinoii; II II
llrrlzel, St Louej A Grand, Cincin-
nafi; Y. W Woldon, Centralis; John C
Hurndcn, Louisville, and J. W. Winter,
of Vlcktburg, wero among tho namci reg
istered at the St. Charles yesterday,
The following, all of tho Wallace Sit
ter's troupe, are nt tho .St. Charles hotel :
Mrs. M. Wallac, and Alices Jonnlc,
Minnio und Maud Wallace j Mii Julia
Dean Neglo, Mr. and Mrs. V. U. Dabson,
1C. Fortoique.O. H. Blulru, L. Sponcor
and J. I'. Jobnson.
Mit. Wi.ntkk it putting tho finishing
touch on two very iino portralnt, perfect
intbeirwny; one an oil portrait of Mr.
K. K. Davis, that- is truo to life, and tbo
other n photograph of a lady, lif sir.o,
that it indeed a gem, "a thing of beauty-"
to bo "a joy forever."
I r tbopre'enl warm and open weather
continues much longer it Is to bo fuarod
that tho fruit crop of tho approaching
tenson will bo limited. In many places
budt are already beginning to enlarge,
and it will requira but a vory short time
longer to bring them out altogether.
Jcnar. JlAKKr. adjournod tho Circuit
Court at noon yestordvy, to convono
again on the 14th Inst., when judgment
wilt bo rendurod in casu submitted to
tbo Court, tbo evidence talteii and de
cision reterved. On Monday tho 10th
Judgo linker will conveno tho l'uluiki
County Circuit Court, at Mound City.
For. Hi;st. Tho brick boueo eituatcd
cornor Third ttroet and Commorcir.l uve-
nuu. Tbu bouo has beon put in good rc
pair throughout and is well arr&ngud for
a hotel or boarding houso, also room to
ronton Third stroot. Inquire, of ffiu,
Mclliilu, No. 0, Winter's block.
TilK arguiuunt lu thu cato uf tbo
Cairo atid A'inconncs railroad, whornin
Messrs. Wilson und Wiuslow, tbo builJ
ors of tho road v. tbo railroad company
and nek that a roceiver may bo r.ipointcd,
was heard In tho United Stntos district
court boforo Judgos Troat and Drum
mond at Hprlngllald last wck. Tho de
cision of tbo courtwas reserved, nnd may
not lio uiRilo Known lor tuvorai uayt.
PitoK. IIakhv will troat hU sehobirs
to n Urand Masquorado ltall at tho St.
Charlos hotel, on Mardl (Inu, February
17th. Ho envitos nil hU furmor pupils to
participate, in tbo f;t I villus. (Jood
jrdur will bo prcfurvod, nnd a itood time
t oxpected. Poront wishing to tako part
in tho procession lu tbu forenoon, can ap
ply to Mr. Hardy at his o Mice, No. Ill
Commercial uvintn?. C. IUhhv
Co.niiim'toh Jim Cormick's many Irlends
in this city will luarn with ploasuru that
ho it again ut tbo helm, having takon hit
first train out from Contrnlla last night,
Ila will, fur tho present ut least, bo on tho
.Klllnghrwn divlrlon, running between
Continlia and Eihngbam. Thoro u not nor
novor was u moro elliolont or a conductor
inoro popular along thu lino of tho road
than Mr. Cnrmick. May bo wave for
Tin: Wallace Slstort mut a flattering
reception at the Athcnoum lust night,
tbo bouso being full from one end to tho
other. Tho nooplo whoatlonddU wont to
laugh, and woro not disappointed In tholr
oxpcctaUont,,for tbay saw muoli to laugh
at, Tho trmipo oruuraoot n conihination
THIS CALKO DAILY
of talent nhlrh Is well calculated to
please, nnd tho Wallnco .Sisters, and other
member of tho company, woro frequently
and loudly applauded. Their stylo of
acting Is entirely different from every
other troupo that has visited Catro In
years, and at a consequence was richly
enjoyed by all pretont. To-night, tho last
of tholr stay In Cairn, will bo
sure to bring out another crowded home.
Tboso who with to enjoy a fow hours of
real pleaturo and a good laugh tliould not
fall to ho thoro. In order to soouro oligl
bio teats It will lo noccssary to purchase
them oarly to-day, as it It euru all tbe
good ones will bavo been taken belore
tbo doors open for tbo entertainment.
Moils can bo ruured by calling at Hart
l'nicK Cuniir.NT 'Oman,!
Mondav Kvo., Fob'yV!, 1871.
This being tho lint buiincis day of tbe
month, was given up to tho sottllng of tbe
liusincss of Itst month, and vcrv little-
alfalrt was transactuJ, consequently our
report of tales will look rather slim.
Tho month onons dull and unsettled as
regards uunt branches of trade all over
the country, und Cairo is no exception to
thu general rule : but wo (till havo a fair
order trado, prices aro well sustained, and
a favorable reaction in huiiriss will un
doubtedly toon take place, when our mar
ket will, as heretofore, bo tho llret to bo
lionefltod by It.
The leading cotton market, aro Hat
Ileo.lpts of ordinary and low ordinary in
this market bavo not boou large, about
forty bales por day, but talcs are slow nt
irirt'S tt found in our quotations.
Tbo oats market has weakened, and
buyers weru unwilling to go abovo flic
fur mixed fn sicks, or 4.1c In bulk todny.
Corn is irarcer and prices rule higher.
Thu market is baru of moa),
and it ilrm, closing ut 0 '!' to-day.
Itccolptt of butter havo been
llboral, and tbu market shows signsof
Kggt aro plenty, and dull at He. There
it a good demand for cboico poultry of
all kinds, and a very limited ttijiply of
fering. Tbo weather is damp, chilly and in-
tonsuly dlsagroeablo for out door or loveo
Freight and tonago aro plenty, and
rat firm at to Now Orleans.,
&2T Correspondent should bear in
mind that our quotations represent prices
for round lots from lint bands, unlcsj
otherwise statod, and that in filling small
orders, higher prices must bo paid.iri
FLOUl'.. This staple rules hoavv and
loll with scarcely any movotnent.
There It no demand except to Hill orders
and stock) aro largo and accumulating.
ouoto sales of .'ioO bbls of various
grades ut C 00g9 00; J0O bbls do. at 0 CO
'- 00; r.00 bbls do. C 00S 75; 300
bbls do. CS 00.
HAY Dull and uncbangod. Common
and low grado hay it vory plenty, and not
wantd. Ihoro Is tome enquiry for
choice timothy hay for tho order trsio
with none ollcring. Wu nolo sules of 1
car prime bay del 13 00; 3 enrs cholco
mixed del 11 00; 2 cars common timothy
del 14 50; 'J cars prairie del 112 00.
COKN Tbo market is quiet and dull
but prices bold firm. KeceipU aro tmull
and supply light, with a fair local and or
der trade. There Is no shipping demand.
Sale.': 1 car,wbito in bulk,C2f, 1 csr mixed
ia bulk on track, Clc, 2 cars, white, sacked
and delivorcd, 08c; C car?, white, tacked
and delivered, 70:; ti cars mixed, packed
and dolivercd, 70c.
OATS Tho markot is weaker to-day
and prices havu a downward tendency,
closing at Clc in sacks and -tuIGc In bulk.
There Is no speculative demand and or
ders havu fallen oil" to somo extent. We
noto sales of 7 cars mixed, cscked und de
livered ut I'-c; I cars white, sacked and
dolivercd at 53c; 2 cars black, do, do COc,
'J cars mixed in bulk on track -tGc.
COHN M K All Scarf o and firm.
Thero wns n lively enquiry to-day and
none ollcring. l'ricos advanced to :i 25
and closed firm Sales were: "00 bbls, s.
d , delivered, " '2i- 150 bbls do, sold ear
ly, 3 00; 1 car load do, Sold oarly 3 10
liOO bbls (team dried city meal told at
UKAN Nono ollcring quoted in de
mand at Hi 00; 1 car load mold from
storobrough 17 OO.t
DUTTUll lteceipt? havo been tnoro
llboral and tbo markot is easier with M;u
of woakouing. Choice Northern is scurco
but Southern Illinois it plenty solid
pick -id Northorn, gllt-odga In quality,
S )U1 as high as 38c, tbo range' on pck6i!
being from S8to,3Sc and roll cbnlco 25 to
35c. Sales, 43 tubs 6olid packed North
orn to HSo; l'J packagos cboico roll, ac
cording to quality lbs 20 to 2Sc; 5 packages
do 25 to 30c; COD choice Northern roll 32c'
250 lbs cholco .Southern Illinois roll2B30c
10 packages choices Northern roll 02, 3"
35c; 10 packages cboico Southern I llin
ois roll 18, 'JO, i!C03Oc.
K(10S Tho market continues unchang
edoverstocked and dull at Ulftc.
Salos wore 1,200 dor.nn 1410; 200 dozen
15c; 600 tlo.on 14c.
l'OUII'KY Thoro la a continued ac
livo local demand for dressed poultry of all
kinds, and not enough comes in mcot tho
wants o'f tho retail trade.
CUIOKKNS Sales .80 dozen cholco
drojsod 33 50; 0 coops cholca old bens
TUKKKYS Sloa 500 lbs dressed 10
011o; 4coopillval0 OOQll 00.
FHUIT Cholco npplos coutlnuo In
good demand and scarce; sales 30 bbls
cholco yellow Ilollllower, G CO.
VOTATOK3 Sales 00 bbli Pouch
Wowb 2 75:i 25.
J1UANH Sales 1.1 bbls cboico navy at
2 50:$ oo per bushel.
l'UOVISIONS-Firm and unchanged,
Hales 10 hair bbls lard, kcttlu rond'ered, ut
Sc; L'000 lbt U It il 1 eiJoa 8; S00O lbt
shoulders d s GJc.
COTTON Tho markots aro qttotsd
dull evorywber and Cairo it no oicop.
tion. ltoceiptt aro about 40 bales por slay,
and baIoi wiro fair; good ordinary at 13J;
BULLETIN, TOESDAY, FEHKUA11Y 3, 1874.
ordinary lie; low ordinary 1Cl0je; In
CHtCKSK Croam 14c; Now York fac
hlMK l 25l CO r'bbl.
I 002 CO V )ld.
3 bilthelt 20c.
-lP(319a V gal
-P.o-towed I!j btisboli 18c j
.aYItUI'ri-OhoIco COcQM per fallon;
Now Orleans 75K0c.
1'IiASTKltINO HAlK-r,c pot
m'KLAl'S-2J busbols corn, 0J 17.
15cj do 10 or. lCo; 4 busbols otsl!0c; 5
busbolt 21o; 0 busbols 22c.
HKKSWAX f! lib 30c.
.SO A V Shaoffer's Gorman mottled, 7Jc
Chanpalgn soap, 7jc.
TALLOW tl Ibf-GCJc
SUOAK-Crushod 12Jc; A. limine;
extra C. lOJQllc.
THE lllUKKNlAN JIALL.
Tun Fourteenth Annual ball of tho
Hibernian Firo Company No. 4, will bo
given on Tuoday evening, Fobruary 10th,
1671, nt School's hall.
Tho uudertignod committeo of arango
ments aro making very effort to make
tbo ball a grand succott, nnd will assure
all who may attond a pleasant time and a
Tho public aro Invited. Tickets $1.
Wm. McIIalk, I Com.
l'lll I. HOWAKI), of
27-td A. Susauka, J Arrng'ts.
Whito i: Co., bavo for sale ono now
(iatnbla Wagon and ono Dray. For
terms iuquiro at their store, corner Wash
ington avenuoand Twuntlotb street.
78 1.27-dI w.
Five Dollars raward will bo paid to
any ono who will furnlib evidence to con
vict tho boy or boys who aro guilty of
defacing and removing tign board?,
placed by me on lots "For Sale or Leaso."
1-30-1 C. Winston.
FIVK DOLLARS REWARD.
Lost on Monday last, a revolvor. Hop
kins cc Allen's patent, calibro 32, l'earl
handle, sllvor-platoJ, goll finhbod cylin
der. Tho abovo roward will bo paid for
lti return to tho undersigned.
Dl-SU-d-lt Alkx. II. Ikvik.
Two Uatterlei of two Boilers, each i!4
fuet long, 2 inch Dram, 2 14 inch Flues
with firo fronts. Mud nnd Steam drums
Safety and Mud valves, Chimney and
Uritchin, all complete- and in first-class
order-; boon tuod only three months. Yc;
prico, etc., iuquiro of J. T. Hin'NIK,
n-i:i-tf. Vulcan Iron Works.
. On Sevonth street, Cairo, Illinois, ono
of tbe most beautllul homesteads iu tho
clty,J consisting of two lots handsomely
enclosed, set with flowers, overgroont
shrubbery, &c, &c; a well built and neatly
funished cottage containing soven rooms,
cellar, cistorn, wood bouso, wash bouse,
bath bousoand coal house, with gast nnd
uvory convanlcnco. Apply to
John Q. Harmon & Co.,
Rual Estate Agunts.
Januury, 1874. 8-3-lm
F I'. U IT "l'AR M FO R S A L E.
Fruit Farm for Sulo or trado for Cairo
property or a good 6tock of Goods. This
farm lies tbroo miles East of Wetitug sta
tion on tho Illinois Central railroad, and
twenty-seven miles from Cairo. A good
frame house, stables and other out build
ings, l'ostotsiori can bo had ut once. For
further information In regard to tbo
amount of fruit on tho placo, inquire of
T. Gravis, comer of Tenth and Walnut
(treott, Cairo, Ills. Jan. 20, 1871.
All tho articles manufactured by Stool
& l'rico Manufacturing Company, Chica
go and St. Louis, aro composed of tbo
purest materials. Tho company tako
especial prido in having their goods of tbo
vory best quality. Their Dr.l'rico't Cream
baking I'owdor has maintnlnod its reputa
tion for purity and goodness for thu last
seven years, whilo tholr Dr. l'rico's
Special Flavorings, Vanilla, Lomon, otc,
aro said to bo uncquallod by anything of
tho kind in tho market. d.w-lw.
THE ST. CHARLES HOTEL
Tho undersigned having resumed tho
management of tho abovo hotel, trust by
strict attontion to business, to tho wants
and comforts of their giiostt, to merit tho
renewed favor of tholr old pittront ami tbo
traveling public in genrrnl.
Thi Saint Charlos will atonco undergo
a thorough renovation, and bo much im
proved in all its appointment'.
Good tamplo rooms and spocial rates for
All baggage for guiwti convoyed to nnd
from tbu hotel freo of chargu.
.1 KWKrr Wilcox Jc Co., Proprietors.
1 will toll invontlra stock of tbo bot
of Ileof, Fork, Veal, Mutton, Poultry,
lluttor, Eggs, Lard, Irish rotatoot, Sweet
Potatoes, Apple;, Flour, Moal, Spiced
Hoof, nnd tho host of Cornod Ileof. Thu
sa!o will conimencii at 5 o'clock In tho
morning and contlnini until nino at night
onch day for nino months, Sundays ox
coptod. 1 havu ulso 180 acres of tho host
of cotton land to sell or exebangu for Cairo
property. I also want soveral good agents
to soli fruit troos. All of thobovo will
bo explained by calling on 8. Patterson,
earner of Ninth and Walnut streets, as
thoro Is tho placo tho salo of tbo meat and
vogutublos will bo inado. b2 1-31-lm.
Caiuo, Ills,, Jan, 3D, 1874.
Pittsburg Coal at
?(1 00 por ton ;
Grand Tower Coal at
5 00 per ton.
Olllca on Tor.tli street, between Com
morcial and Washington avormu.
For Hknv. On Commercial avenuo
ono larijo room furnlslKid or uiifurnltbod
tiiltable for stooping room fur gontleman
ttnd wlfo or two pni'tlomon. Apply at
Ilui.i.iTiN oillco, :ifl i-in-im
and di'puturos for tho 21 hours ending at 0
P. m. l.t it evening:
Steamer Italics Memphis, Memphis.
" Gracey, Columbus.
" Sam Roberts, Pittsburg
" Geo O Wolf, Vlcksbur,;
" Mary Ann, Now Orlean
" J I) Parker, Cincinnati
" (Quickstep, Evansvlllt)
" J no FTollo, Now Orleans
" John Gilmnro, Pittsburg
" Exportor, Now Orleans
" Colorado, St. Louts
" .loo Klnny, Vlcksburg
" Allrgbanoy Hello, l'ittsburg
" lien Franklin, Memphis
" Grand Tower, Memphis
" Grand Lake, Now Orlcan
" Mohawk, St. Loul
" Fisk, PaJucah.
" Capitol City, Vlcksburg.
Sloamor liolle Memphis, St. Louis
" Gracoy, Columbus
" Sam Roberts, St. Louis
" Geo. O. Wolr, St. Louis
" Mary Ann, St. Louis
" J. I). I'arkor, Memphis
11 tjoickstep, Evansville
" JuolM'olle, St. Louis
" Jno Ollmcro, St. Louis
" Exportor, Cincinnati
" Colorado, Vicksburg
" Joo Kinr.oy, St. L:uls
" Alleghany Hollo, Now Orleans
" Hen Franklin, Cincinnati
" Grand Tower, St. Louis
" Grand Lako, Pittsburg
" Mohawk, Now Orleans
" Jim Fisk, Piiducah
" Capitol City, St. Louis
The Ohio camo to a stand on Sunday
and romuirii to. Tbo -Mississippi it still
falling, with botwocn eight and nino feet
honcu to St. Louis.
Husinoss was very dull yosterdny, and
bouts as a nils camo and wont without
miking additions worthy of noto boro.
The wcutber continues about ns at last
report. If anything, it was a littlu colder.
Tho Alleghany Hello has a tow of
frolght barges for New Orleans.
Tbo Grand Lako lias two empty coal
barges fjr Pittsburg. Tho Grand Tower
brought nino baits cotton and six bundles
bides for Cairo, and G'2 Iml 03 cotton, 30
cords staves, and 474 sundries for St.
Tbo Sum Roberts passed to St. Louis
with a tor? of halt.
Tbo J a. D. Parker bud a vory good
trip for Memphis and addod 70 tons hero.
Shu will pais down again in tlmo for the
Tbo Quickstep returned from Puducah
with the cargo of tbo Idlowild.
Tho latter went back to Evanivlllo to
cbango days with tho Arkansas Htlle.
Tho Joo Kinney has 11 bales cotton for
mo Jolni .lilmuro bad a tow of three
barges of coko and ono empty bargo for
Tho Exporter, dipt. John A. Williams,
had a big trip of sugar, molaiscs and cot
ton for tho Ohio river.
Tbo John F. Tolle has 23 bales hide,
1S2 balot moss, 328 hogsheads sugar, 450
packagos soda for St. Louis.
Tho Now Orleans 'Times' of tho 30th
says of tho salo of tho Iron packet, John
"Tho foaturo of tho day was tbo salo of
tbo John T. Mooro, which tool; place at
noon, in tho midst of an itinimnjo crowd,
comprising eomo of our heavy merchants
and steamboat ownurs. Tho steamer Fa-
vorlto boing tho first victim in hand,
was, aflor long und spiritod bidding,
adjudicated to Mr. S. Winter Plumo
lor .l,u.iu. men camo tue
famous iron packet which startod
at $20,000, and running up by Jumps of
50 aud $100 at 11 tlmo iimong a fow bid-
dort, was at lust awarded to nor princely
namesake, John T. Mooro, lor 4-24,000
ovun. A no nuxt tuing to maku tun notou
clrcumstanja comploto would bo to seo
tho Mooro sut nor colors lor rivor,
witli hor old mastor, Hilly Iloardinan, In
command. As this is n consumutlon most
devoutly to bo wished, lot us hopo it may
From the St. Louts Times, Fob. 2.J
It nppoars that tho Ironsides and
barges arrivod nt Cincinnati a few days
ago, en rotito to Now Orleans, and not
boing fully loaded, rcmnlnod nt Cincin
nati to fill" out, and in ordor to do so, cut
tbu rates on thu other boats, as tbo fol
lowing from tho Cincinnati Enuuirer will
show ' ''The Ironsides took frolght at fif
teen c onts a hundred, pork at forty conts
and whisky at sixty conts por barrel
for Now Orleuns yesterday." Wo
cony this slmnlv to lilustruto how utter
ly impossible it is to maintain a fixed scalu
of nitea for a boat coming along Jiko
this one, and having roum for frolght, wll
always tako it at whatovor prico can be
ftlitiitnnil AnH tlm mmn nlnr!nln hntitft
good with tho Cincinnati boats at Louis-1
... , 1.1 1
vino auu points uuiow. uuncu u.um
Booms to bo no rem;dy. It will bo war,
war, war, until commercn is tittorly swal
lowed up nnd contumod by inward strlfo
anil contentions, when railroads will ftop
in and havu it all tholr own wiy.
Mrs. E.lt. Workman oll'ors her serv
ices to thu Indies of Cairo and vicinity ns
a teacbor In tho art of making Wax
Plowors. For terms nnd specimens, she
refers to Harclay's prescription drugstore,
corner Eighth stroot und Washington av
enuo, whoro orders for Flowers may also
bo left. I. ml I on wishing lessons will plua:s
Iciivii thulr address at tl o storo or givo
notlco through poet oillco drnwor No,
253, Cairo, Ills. 21 I H-lm
Paktnku Wantkh. A gentleman
without capital, but with soveral years
oxperienro aud thoroughly acquainted
with tho business, is desirous of forming
a partnership In tho Hide, Fur and
Leather business in Colro, with oomo ono
who can furnish a capital of say $5,000.
Addrcw, drawer 227. 4D-l-lS-tf
Notioh la horoby glvon that I will pay
no bills for goods told to any of tho em
ployes of TnK Cairo Hui.uitin, oltbor
or themselves or for tbo tift) of tbo otHoo
unloso tbe sauia aru furnlthod on an ordor
lnod by Mr, llurnott or tnycolf,
l'J-'JO-ly JotiK 11. OiiKiitT,
Foil n good equnro meal go to Harry
Walker's restaurant, Commercial n von no
botweon Sevnnth and Eighth stroot. lm
SPECIAL LOCAL NOTICES.
All colors of Holding Hros. Machlno
Silk choap at llartman A: Go's. 87-1.30 tf
All brands of shooting and shirting at
tho lowest price at llartman ii Co's.
For oas and steam fitting go to Ren
nlo's Vulcan Iron works, Commercial
avenue, foot of Ninth street 0-10-tf
Tub European hotol, Harry Walker
proprietor, Is opon at all hours of the
All kinds of llnedaccs and fringes at
ono half tho usual prico at Hatttnan k
Co's. 87-1-30 tf
A LL kinds of clothing and Gent's fur
nishing Roods at ono half tho uiual prico
at llartman & Co's., corner of Sixth street.
Just roceivod and opened, tbo largest
and finest asiortmont.latest stylo nnd pat
terns of tbo best brands of calloos nt llart
man ,V Co's., corner Sixth stroot.
All kinds of gamo constantly on hand
at Harry Walker's, Commercial avonuo
botwnon Sovonth and Eighth moots.
Tin: bost quality,' of Alexandria kid
gloves at llartman & Co's. for seventy
flvo conts, worth $1 25. 87-1-30 tf
. Foil Sali:. A flno Parlor Organ,
cheap. Addross Max. Uoi.t.r.it,
Caro of Paul G. Sc bub's drug storo.
Tkx pounds of brown sugar for 1 j 8
pounds bost cotl'eo sugar at $1 ; 1 pounds
of cholco buttor at $1 ; 10 cents for lard;
imperial tea at SI ; Potatoes 30 cents per
peck; npplos 4 J conts, at Wilcox's block
Tin: barber shop Is on tbo cornor ol
Eighth street and Commercial avenuo
wbero J. Goorgo Stionhouso with bis gen.
tlomanly assistants can bo found at any
hour of tho day or night, roadv to soothe
your feolings with a smooth sbavo, or cool
your temper and bead with a good sham
poo. It is a Crst-clats shop, and you aro
sure of receiving first-class treatment.
Ladies' and childron's hair cut or curled
after the most approved styles, fl-15-tf
Kosh lu on baud, and for sale a large
quantity of ouk and hickory wood, cut and
split, and ready for tho stove. Also al
kinds of coal which will bo delivered iu any
part of tho city on short notice. Louvc order-,
at coal yard, 011 Commercial avenuo,
oppoltn Elevi'iitli street. Dec. C-3m
Hoot and Bhow maker, Twcn b street, be
tween Whlngton avcMio uud Poplar
street, Is prepared to make boots nna thocs
lu tho latcht and nio't fashionable styloi".
Ho will mako thorn to order, old or now
styles to suit customers out of the htt and
freshest btock, of which bo always ;iuia
Kood supply on hand from which to make
ielcetlotH. All fitting of boots anil thorn
mn.u i.y ! t.'hlern Is done In hii"own shop
no foreign lilting bolug ed by htm.
Glvo him a call, and he Mill give you atU
Tho well-known business stand of Custcad
Si Provo, at tho mouth. of Clcarcrcok, Alex
audercouuty, Illinois, i-ltuatcd in 0110 of
tbe finest agricultural districts of the West,
and with a well-established trade. This will
bo fouud a rare opportunity for an energetic
Tho premlics coui-ht of 11 ?toic UO.VIO feet
a dwelling of eight room, well I'umbbed
and conveniently arranged, good clKtcrns
and all necessary ottt-htilldliiH, and one
aero of bind. Terms liberal. Apply or
i(ldre, Wm. Custeah,
12-ll-ln). il.Vw. ('Ic.irnrek Landlm;, Ills.
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE
Happy relicr for young moil from tlie cl
fccUol errors and abui's In varly life. -Manhood
restored. Impedlmcntx to marriage
removed. Now method of treatment. New
mil remarkable rcmcdlos, iiook.it uud clr
jtlhirs sent free, lu tcalod envelope!. Ad
ilrcKS, Howard Association, No. i South
Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa. an instil
lion having a high roptitatlun for honorablo
enndiii-.t and proloHslonaUklll. in-20 d.twJm
The Iliilliarit Dashing Avtinfd
JENNIK MIKNIK MAUD,
SUl'l'OTKl) IIY Till: HKStlWNlV-)
l'OHTES(2UK III CK2I.
BrjJ?,LEaCc0E & COMEDY
2.-, AltriSTS I I lJIili ouciiustka 1 1
I'KICKS Ol' ADMISSION,
$1 00 AN! 70 L'KMTS,
Hoiierveil boats nt llartman. without ex
tra charge. . , ,
Perforiuaneo eomiiiencus at H o'clock ;
carriages uuiy l' ordered at 1U;13 o'clooK.
I'ltA.NIC 11. Doiiso.v,
r9-20-4t Sole Manager,
THE SOUTHHiUN JlOl'EL.
MUS. T. N. GAl'TNEV
Takes ploasnro 111 announcing to tho pub
lie that she has takau possesion of this,
popular and convenient hotel on tbo Ohld
J.uvdo, and that tho bat IIki-uuvisukd
and JIknovatkii it in many rotpects, and
It now propured to aucommodato tbu pub
lic with good faro, good roumr-, good bod.s.
and (ivurvthice necessary to, aud usually
found lit a llrst-oUss ostabliihmeut.
Thankful lor past patronage, eho hopes to
morlt Its oontiniiauco,
CVff" Day bnardors rccelvod at reatona
n rato. MM-'.'t'-lm
LL I 18
AT PAIR, OP TIIK SEASON.
AFFAIR OF THE SEASON.
APFAIlt OF THE SEASON.
THE CAIRO TURNERS
THE CAIRO TURNERS.
THE CAIRO TURNERS.
WEDNESDAY EVE.FJSB., 17,1874
WEDNESDAY EVE, FEB, 17, 1874
WEDNESDAY EVE., FEB., 17, 1874
Gt XL -A. JXT X3
To be given by the
TUESDAY EVE., FEB., 17, 1874.
The Cairo Turner Society,
determined to eclipse any and
every ball that has been given
this season, will give a Grand
Masquerade ball at the time
and place above mentioned.
It is the determination of the
gentlemen who have the mat
tor in charge to make it tho
'Digest thing" of tho kind
that ever took place in this
citv. Neither time nor ex
pense will bo spared to accom
plish this end, and every one
who attends may confidently
expect to seo such a ball as
was novor beforo given in this
section of countrv.
The following committees
have been appointed :
Committer or Arkaouiuim -F.
iM. Stockflotli, cWrirju, Jil In
ilcr, IS. V. litLr A.ua and r.
Jvxa AaNaoi:rs. R. Hebaukcr.
Harry Walker and W. F. Kuohen-
ilneiMTinN Committer Stenhen
Soliwanitz, Wm. lluder, and Uhrls
LOOK OUT I LOOK OUT 1 1
rrospectos Tor 1874-SKVEXTII YEAB
An Illustrated Monthly Journal, atUvcrMliy
admitted to be the handtomett ptrlod
lciil In the World. Arepresenuiiv
and champion of AmerlcantMU.
Hvr ror. Salz ix Joor or ew 8tui
Tlio Alilino, while lunucd with all th reg
ularity, has none of the temporary or tuttt
ly intercut characteristic of ordinary peri
odicals. It Is an elegant miscellany of pure
light and graceful literature ; tad collec
tion of pictured, tbo rarest aDecimen of str.
tUticeMII, In blackyind white. Altbotlgk
cucuHiicceoding numuer anorus a treta
pleasure to its irlonds, the real value ltd
beauty of Tbo Aldine will be most appreci
ated after it has been bound up at tke eleee
ot the year. While other pubUcmtiosw ut
claim superior cheapness, as compared wtu
rivals of a blmllar class, the Aldttie 1 as on
Irj tie aud original conception alone end un
approached absolutely without conception
In price or character.
ART DKrAUTAIKNT, 1B74.
Tim Illustrations of the Aldine have wen
a world-wldo reputation, and in the art cea
iies ot Europe it is en admitted feet that
Its wood ctiU are examples of the higheot
pcrloction ever attained. The titr
prcjuatcoin lavoroi "steei piaiee," it rap
tillv vlcldluL' to a more educated and dfe-
crlmionting taste which recognizee the ad
vantngcs the advantages or superior artiette
quality with greater facility of production.
Tho quarterly tinted ulateefor 1874 will ha
by Thus. Morau and J. 1. Woodward.
The Christmas Issue lor 1874 will contain
rectal denigns appropriate to the eeaaaa,
iiy our iiefi ariisu, ana win surpan n at
tractions any ol Its predecessors.
PREMIUMS FOR 1174.
Kvcry subxcrilier to tbe Aldine tor th
ye ar 1S74 will receive a pair of ehrentee
Tho original pictures were painted In ell to
the publishers of the Aldine, by Theme
Morau, whoso great olorado picture and
purchased by congress for ten thouand
dollars. The subjects were chosen to rep
resent ten thousand dollars. The lubjeela
were chosen to rcpreicut "The jtatt" and
Tho West." One Is a view lu the White
Mountains, Now Hampshire; the e titer
gives tbo Clitls of Green river, Wyoming
territory. The chrotnos are each worked
from thirty distinct plates, and are In tUe
(12x10) aud appearance exact fac-siaUlee of
Nwahk. N. J.. Sept. JO. 1I7J.
Mnsnrs. .Tunics Pulton n Co. . ,
llKNii.KMK.N 1 am delighted with the
proofs In color ol your cbremot. They are
wonderfully succotful representationa by
mechanical process of the orfglnalpalntlngi.
V.rr rdbneclflllly. THO. MOKAX.
Theso chromos are In every aenee Ameri-
can. Tiiey are uy au orinai American co
ccm, with material ot Amtrioan mennate
ture, from designs of American teenery by
aii American painter, and presented to eakv
scrlbers to the first successful JOaertean
Art Journal. If uo better because el aU
this, they will certainly pemeei an intereel
no foreign production can inspire, and Ml
ther are they any the worse if by remin of
pectiliur facilities of production they eee
tho publlshera only a trifle, whUe etjitai ta
every respect to other chrome that ar oatd
singly for doubU the enbeerlptlen nrtea ti
'''ifiiy'subscrlber should iadleaU n pre
fcrenco foraflgure subject, the yebMeiare
will send "Thoughts oi llome" n new and
beatlful cbromo, 14x30 inchei, nntwemrnhj
n little Italian exile whose sweating e;a
betray tho longings oi hit) Mart.
t'j per annum, in advanoa, with Oil Okn
For $50 ceht sxrma, tha ahremm,
mounted, varnished, and prepeid by mail.
Tho Aldine will, hereafter, tebUiaaW
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dttJf.tor club rate; cash for '
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handed to tho local caavamer, wHheat re
tponsiblllty to the publishers, except
eases whero tbe certlBcate U llwjeannjt
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