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? LOCAL WEATHER REPORT.
ORVBR'SOrVICR, C'AIHO, lilt., I
i February 1, 10:11 p.m., Ib7.
I bet mounter, 37 dtmd.
Wlad I!. VeUnlty 4 miles per hour.
Maximum temperature lor lat '.'4 hours,
Minimum tttnpersture lor tba last 'Ji boun,
I'Mvalltng, wind fur latt Jt4 bnuri, tut
Total number of tnllee traveled by wind
during Utt U boun, HO.
Total rlnfal dlinri" tin- lst .!M hour 4K)
Observer Wnel Merries, II. H. A.
! hereby kIvmi that default hatitiir been
biade lor mora than sixty day lu the pay-
uui ui a puriuiu ui in amount tecureu io
ne paia ur a certain taoriiragi! executed by
lame Hiilllvan to SHUiuel rttaats Taylor anl
i-dwln I'araous, Truilccs ol the Cairo Cltv
Property, dated July IHtli. A. 1).. Ink:, null
jMordtd in tbe iieconlcr orticc, In and for
Alexander county, in me ntaie or llllnoli.lu
Look 1' ofdeedt.pagellil. We, the under
lrne.1, aaid TniMaeo, will on Saturday. I lie
.tb day of February next, A. I)., IH74, alio
o clock tn tha lor noon or that day, under
and by virtue ol the powrroriialerontetaed
In said mortgage, sell, at pnbllii aui'tion. to
iur nigueftt numer, lor cam, ui llie offln;
nuimiDKoriaiu TruiteoK, corner or Waili.
Ington avenuo and 18th Htreet.In said cltv
if Cairo, In Alcxandor county and Ntale of
uunow, an men rid, title and interest wt aaid
.lames Hulllvaa. Ilia Jieirt or bla aligns in
and to lot numbered 1 (one) Id blork num.
beredUS (twenty-flve) In the tint addition to
aid ritr of Cairo. according to the recorded
plat thereof, with tlio appurtenance, to nU
(iy Ihe purposes and condition nfaald mort-
Hated, Caiko, iM.tNOIA, January 50, letl.
8. ST A ats Taylor,
Trustee oftbe CnlroClty I'roperty.
Z 17-1 (rt
CAIRO AND VlNfJKNNKS
CHANGE Or TIME.
On and altar Tuesday, January 1ft, b,
tratut will run m follows:
" Mound City
' Norrl City ,
" Mount Caruiel
Arrive at Vlncnnne
" Mount Carroel
" Carml ,
" Norris City
" Mound City..
Arrive at Cairo....,
MOUXD CITY ACCOMMOPATIOa.
Leave Cairo at 11 UK) a.m. and 6:00 p.Bi.
Leate Mound City atllWfia.ni.and&iJSp.iii.
At Norris City with Springfield and llll
aoU southeastern railway lor .Ssringfleld
At Vlncennci, Indianapolis and Vlncenoei
railway forlndlanapolla and all jolnU North,
lUttand Wait; with KvuUlle and Craw.
fonliTiUe railway forTerraUaute.Kvamvtllc,
Uanvllle, CbleaRO and poinU Nertli, Kat
and wett; with Ohio ami Mlutoxippi rail-
yimj iur au wuu, ix)uuvuie, uinciunaii and
all Dotnta eaat and wctt.
rickotalor tale at Comnanv'a ofllre. ror.
" Doicuui iuri anu uoinuirrciai avenue
ana oy jamea Mallory, Ticket Agent, No.
U Vf. Palvu, Gta'l Bup't.
K. K WiLsov, Oan'l Faicrr, AL
UAIKO, ARKANSAS AND TEXAS
AND CAIRO AND FUL
The ikarjeit and only direct route from
Mre to Jeekaonport, Little Rack, Hot
i Mprlnga, Fultoa, and all polat in Arkaoaa
i i&dtte Southweit, and (ialveiton, Ilouiton,
DallM, Auitln ami all point tn Texaa
, twelvs: uoiicb in advance or
. ANY OTUKH ROUTE.
Through tli keU, through bllU of lading,
' ana information aa to freight ratei, paa-
; tangar urc, couueruoni, etc., can be ob'
i ulned at tha coiupauy'a afflce In Wintar'i
i block, corner or SaveutU ttrect and Com
' llaeka will rail at privato reiidencci and
botal for paeeeugera, when orderi art left
r.mgani ruuman paiau .aiecping cara on
all night txalsi.
- Traina run dally, (tiuadaya oxvepted) from
the Cairo OtBce ka touawa:
, ,cnami.8Tox accommodation.
I.aavr Ureanlald'.. ..lids a iu and 4Mp,ra,
Aratve atJrceaBM'au0:17 a m and.1) p.m.
RXPRRMS HUMS KAILV
l.aarca Qraanilald'e ...200:p. In,
Arrive ai araanuaiu e.,....,..,,,i:iup,iu
D. AXTUX, Chief ICaglneer.
U 11.X..1. i ,. , IJ.. .
Theiraat dlwovery of tue
a. naralanoDaln which
tba Centaur liiulmentwillnot
relieve, no welling which it
wlllnot lulidue.aud no lame-
neN wnau it will not cure
Tula la atrong langnare, but
lAtW - the reulua il priuted uroumi
each bottle. A. clroular containing certlrl.
aut or wanueriui curea oi roeumatiim
ueurakla, lock-jaw, sprains, swelling.
'J bums, ecalds, caked-breaats, polaonous
riitei, rrezen icei, gui, laurneum, oar-acne
.int.. and tha recipe ot the Liniment will be
) tent gratia to anyone. It la the most won
! iicrful healing and palu relievinr agent the
world has ever produced. Jt sella as no ar
ticle ever before did sell, and it sella because
.i. It doeelust what It pretends to do. Una not
" lie ol tha Centaur Liniment for anlmala
(yellow wrapper) Is worth a hundred dol
lars for spavined, strained or galled horses
ud inula," and for sorew-worni in aheap.
;o family or stock-owner , can afford to be
without Centaur Liniment. Price, 60 cents;
aegr bottles, al. J. U. Hosu A Co., nJ
Uroadway, New York.
CA3TOUIA is mora tuan a mbstltute lor
t Castor Oil. It U the only hakk article In
uxumuce wnicu id sure to regulate tlio bow
uU, cure wladcolic and produce natura
iV'i'P' unpleasant to take. Chlldronneed
In .,7N'ry anu momers may sleep
THE SOCTHJSRN HOTEL.
MRS. T. N. GAFFNEY
I Takoi pleasure in announcing to tho pub
I lie that sho bas taken pononlon of this,
n popular and convenient hotel on the Ohid
Luvoe, and that sbo has Kkfubpisueu
and Hbnoyatid it in many roirujcti, and
II , " f t W k'm. vt RVVVHIUIVUII9 UB UUU
lln 1 tl. I..,. . .... J Ir..l
' . uvuu , gwuu (UUIUf guuu UVUO.
aud everything naceiiary to, and usually
h found 1u a flrit-clan eitabliibment.
CJ'l'liankful tor pan patronaeo. aha honas to
merit Its continuance.
gar Day boarders received at reaiona-
Oe rates. CS-l-'JO-lm
FOB fc.A 1 2c
0AIK0 CITY GAS CO.
50(10 Iiuslicls of,
uoiivaieil lu anv part of the citv
TweutV-llvc '.l-iubels for TWO DOLLARS,
m-VU-llil II. T, (iKOIIUi, Hupt. i
!ikoiht Court ii.'iama-ka aptale."
Tu i City Council mat
alon, lait night.
in regular tea
UvcitcoATs worth f 1C for 8 at liart
manACoV 87-1-30 tf
Cuahuc r'lNM, Al. Dabauu, and other
Ktitlameo, reildenU of Ullin wr In
Till blj; itaauier, Jlui Howard, wat at
Ibelatidlng yeiterday. Jlui li tha big
Cut thine afloat In thaia parti
A buck doc n "yter can at
tachmunt, craatad conidarabl oicltBiuoiit
on the levee, yeiterday afternoon.
Til a Wallai e .Siitari' troupa go from
Cairo to .lackiun, Tannuiee. They left
by the' 3 o'clock train thli moruln add
play in .lackion to-nigbt.
A nil. I. anortnicnt of J. I'. Coati' and
Clark & Co , cotton, at Dvo cant par
i poo I at llarlrnan k (Vi.. corner tiixth
treet. t)7-1.n,0 tf
11k. Ikvin Maxwki.l, of St. J.ouli i
In the city on buiioati, Mr. M. ii in tho
oil buiiner, and thcia of our uorcbanti
who deal in tba article will do well to give
hitn tbair orderi.
A WtLi.-KNowx iin ptinter of th
city wn yotlerday flnad five dollar! an
tba "appendage," on a ihargn of uiinjj of
fcDiiva language. On a chargu of carry
ing concealed weeponi bo waaditcbargod
A riASO IN KlrUANOt Voll VACANT
Lois ix caiiio. Any person having
vacant lot or ion mai tuey would ex
change lor atlrit-clnriplano, can be lulled
by addreialng Min Mary Dixon, ai;ent
Carbondale, Illinoii. 80 1-28-Ot
Attihtioj; .Sir Kniohti. A loclabl
will be held io the Aiyluio on Friday
evening, KabruryOlb, commencing at 8
o'clock. Sir Knighti will appaar in
fatigua dretr. Ily ordor of the
Coumittick or Arranucmknt.
Tm ringing ol the lire belli yeiterday
earned a mule to run away on Waibing
ton Avenue. Ho came tn contact with
tree, which put a itop to bit wild careor.
Neither tha tnulo nor the tree ware much
hurt, but the cart to which bil muloihip
wat attached wai considerably jammed up
The alarm of Cra tounded juit after
noon yeiterday, wai occuioned by aimall
blaze in one- of the frame buildingi on the
outb aide of Commercial avenne, balo
toe old poll oiuce. Tho Harries ware ex
tinguiihed before doing any icrioui dam
age to th( building. The Arabi got "fir it
Rout CobiiiNOTtfN, New York; F,
Ileliinger, Cincinnati; J. It. Locke.lTerre
Haute; J. P. Covert H. V, Uarke,
Chicago: J. R. McLean, Hlooialngton; C
N. Motcalf, Denver, Colorado, AV. liar
rington, New Orleans, and J, II. Rogers,
Giiman, Illinois, were regiitorad at the
St. Cbarlei Hotel yeiterday.
roi; Ki:xt. The brick bouio situated
corner Tbird street and Commercial ave
nuo. Tho bouio has boen put in good re
pair thrcugbotit and is well arranged for
a hotel or boarding bouio. alio rooms to
rent on Third itreet. Innuiro of Win
MoIIale, No. C, "Winter's block.
A ruuor wai circulated on tho
Streets yeiterday to the ed'act that
Judge Treat of tbo United .States
district court bad appoiuted Mr,
Alexander, of Greenville, Illinoii, receiver
for tbo Cairo and Viucanuos Irailroad
VYo have good authority for stating the
repurt to be unfounded, Judge Treat not
yet having rendered; hi decision in the
1'rok. Hakdv will treat his icbolars
to a Grand Maiquerade Hill at the St.
Cbarlei hotel, on Mardi Grai, February
nth. 11 o ODvitus all hi former pupils to
participatii in tbo feitivities. Good
order will be preierved, and a cood time
is expected. Persons wiibine to take cart
in me prouomou in tha forenoon, can ap
piy to .Mr. Hardy at bU ollice, No. 119
Commercial avenue. C. Uaiiiiy.
PWI1ann 1 1 . . 1 . I.. . ... III. T rt - f
, '. wv..ni t ait . m j .
i.ii.uui(;, ill, j V WOOU
or, Dextor, Mo; D Garner, J A Mont-
gomaryand W Vully, Dexter, Mo; T
Pure, Cairn und V Incennei railway; K
Doddridge., Cairo, Arkauaus and Texas
railway; J a Weaver, Vinconnes; F K
Burnslde, City; J G Crows, Dexter, Mo;
U Uurton, Carbondalo, Hi; J L 'William.
son, Btoomflold, Mo; Moie Walder, city;
G BSIgnogino and lady, .St. Louii; PA.
Ohio and lady, HI. Louis, wcro registered
at tbo St. Nicbolos hotel yeiterday.
Tue second aud last appearance of the
Wallace sisters in tbii'clty drow out a
crowded bouso last night. The play Tba
Field or tbo Cloth of Gold," waa rich
and the antics of tbo players kept tho
audienco In a roar of laughter. The sit
ters, all of them, fully suiuined their rep
utation, and as for tha other inomders of
the troapo it must bo said they wero fully
up in their parti. Tho troupe left by tbo
three o'clock train this morning for Jack
son, Tennessee, whore they perform this
J. A. Tuckik and D. McOauley, birdi
of a foathor who flock togethoraod rooit in
Obicagnwboa at horne.yostorday undertook
to "beat" the St, Cbarlei Hotel out of sever
al days' board. They came to the city sev
eral days ago, registered at tho St. Charles
and called for ono of -the best reorui tha
house afforded, which was giveu tbom.
Just bof ore dinner thoy stole their bag
gage out of the house and were about to
"Jump the town" when Shonff Irvln was
put on their track, and as a matter of
course, caughttbem. They depoiltcd val
uables to the amount of their bill with
Mr. Wilcox, ani 'promising to remit the
amount in a few days were permitted to
leaye the cityt
The officers of the D.lta City Fire
Company for tha ensuing year will be in
stalled W4ntday evening, January
4lb, aa follow: Capt, George I) Poor,
president s John Y Turnes, vice presi
dent; M J McGauley, secretary ; Wit
Ham Martin, treasurer; li .Sargent, cap
tain ; Marsh Warren, foreman hose;
KHJsh Klrby, assistaat bote foreman;
K W Warren, foreman engine; Joseph
Hmltb, Militant foreman engine.
Board of Directors: Charles Lanoaitar,
Robert Adams, V U Ward, Marsh War
ten, and Fred .Smith. All members are
requested to attend. M. J. McGaui.iv,
108..4 It Secretary.
Mkvkrai. botal proprietors the city
advocate the adoption ty the City Coun
cil of an ordinanco prohibiting the em
ploying of hotel runners. They say
that so long as one hctel employs a run
ner, all the others will be compelled to.
Abolish hotel runners, and let each botal
stand on Its own bottom; or in other
word, let them stand on their merits. If
they dasev to be patronized, the public
will soon Hod it out, and If they don't de
serve it they won't get it. Our opinion is
that hotel runners are a fraud at best, and
a curia to the traveling public. The
council should accommodate hotel pro
prietor! by tho adoption of iucb an ordi
nance. To all those of our readers who may
desire work In the dental line, wo recom
mend Dr. G, K. Douglas, whoi office
may be found on Eighth striet, over Stew
art 3c Gholion's store. Dropping
into bis ofQoa the other day wo were much
surpriiod to find bim refitting and refur
nishing his dental parlor in rriagoillcent
style, Wbon completed the doctor will
have one of the finest dental estab
lishment! in tho southwest. We need not
call attention to the fact that tbo country
Nwarms with irreipomible adventurers,
who palm themselves off for practical
dentists, and who coma and go liko the
winds, too frequently bringing grief and
disappointment to tbo unsuspecting who
may by chance be Induced to employ
them. Dr. Douglas Is a graduate of the
dental college at Philadelphia, and al
ways has and donbtless will continue tbe
practice ot his prolossion in this city.
Should any of our readers need plat
work, tbey will not only find Dr. D. a
first clais mechanical dentist, but a per
fectly reliable one, aud always attentive
to duty. The doctor has gone to Chicago,
and during bis stay there will purchase
a full supply ot tbe best dental good to
be found In that city, and which will be
much bettor than wai ever offered to the
people of this city before. Go and see
Tbo meetings at tbe Metholiit Church
continue with increasiog interest. Tbe
attendance grow larger daily and there
evidence of an awakening to tbe great
truths, aa taught in the Holy Bible and
practiced in tbe roligion of Jesus Christ
among all classes of people throughout tbe
city, such an awakening as has never be
fore been witnessed among us. The ser
vices last night were very impressive.
The house was filled members of the
congregations of other churches wore
present, and wbat was first started by
few Christians, zealous in tbe workot the
Master, meeting to praise Him for His
goodness and plead for His bleislngs to be
sbowerod upon his people, Is growing into
grand union of Methodists, Presbytc
riaus, Ilaptliti and Chriitians into a ro
vival in which hundreds will be led to ask
with fear and trembling "what inutt I d
to bo saved?" There was no noisy show of
emotion l&stnignt, but a deep under cur
rent of foaling swept through the larg
congregation and under its influence.
while tha hymn, with its sweat refrain
"I will believe, 1 do believe
That Jesus died for mo,''
was sung, eignt young men and wnmoa
went forward, bowed at tbe altar and ex
perienced the power of pardoning grace,
Old and young stood up and asked tor th
prayers of God's people in their behalf.
Tbe meotings will continue, and tbo
doors of tbe church are thrown open with
a general invitation to all, Christians an
sinnen, pooplo of the church and peopl
of tbo world, to coma in.
Wuy do PsofLic Pink Away anu Dm
or Consumption'? llecauiethey neglect a
light cough. It ii not necessary to con
tilt a physician but tako Dr. Uamam
Uivo Syrup and Tolu, or Honey Syrup,
and cure your cough at once. Tbii is an
oxcellent proscription of an eminent pli y
sician, and adapted to ait coughs and
The warm union brings tbo horror of
cholera aud vholera morbus. Dr. Mil
ler's magnetic Halm cures these com
plaints so suddenly that people Inilst that
it contain! electricity. 2b cts por bottle.
See advertliemeut lu this paper.
Mrs. K.K. Workman offers hor sorv
ices to tho ladies of Cairo and vicinity as
teacbor in the art of making Wax
Flowers. For terms and specimens, sbo
rolers to Ilarcloy proscription drugstore,
corner highth stroct and Washington av-
enuo, wbero orders for Flowors may also
bo left. Ladies wishing lesions will pleats
leave their address at tbo (tore or give
notice through post otllce drawer No.
S3, Cairo, Ills.
xue nsruor suop is on tbe corner ot
ighth street and Commercial avenue
wboro J. George Btienhouio with his cen.
tlemanly assistants can be found at any
hour of the day or night, ready to soothe
your feelings with a smooth shave, or cool
your temper and bead with a good sham
poo. it is a first-class shop, and you are
sura of receiving first-class treatment.
Ladies' and children' hair cut or curled
after the moat approved style!. 8-lB-tf
Partner Wantkk. A gentleman
without capital, but with-several yeara
experience and thoroughly acquainted
with tbe business, is desirous" of fornilpi;
a partnership in the Hide, Fur and
Leather business in Coiro, with some one
who can furnish a capital of say 5,000.
Aildrccf, drawer 227. 49-1-18-lf
TIIK 1UBKRNIAN UALL.
Thk Fourteenth Aanual ball 0f tt.e
Hibernian Fire Company No, 4, will to
given on Tuesday evening, February 10tb,
1874, at Schaol's hall. ,,
Tbe undersigned committee of arange
rnents are making every ffott to make
the ball a raod nieces, and will assure
all who may attend a pleasant time and a
Tbe public are invited. Tickets fl.
Wu. McUai.e, j Com.
Phi i. Howard, of
J7-td A. Bcsauka, j Arrng'ts.
White t Co., have for nale one new
Gamble Wagon and one Dray, For
terms Inquire at their store, corner Wash
ington avenue and Twentieth street.
Tin pounds of brown sugar for $1; 8
pounds beit cod'ae sugar at yi;-3 pounds
of choice butter at 91; 10 cents for lard;
Imperial tea at $1; potatoes .10 cents par
pok; apples 40 cants, at Wilcox's Jiloek.
Kiva Dollars reward will be paid to
any ono who will furnlih evidence to con
vict tbo boy or boys who are guilty of
defacing and removing sign boards,
placed by me on lots "For Sato or Lease."
1-SO-lw O. Wl.NSTO.V.
FIVK DOLLARS UK WARD.
Lost on Monday last, a revolver. Hop
kins &. Allan's patent, calibre :!2. Pearl
handle, silvor-plated, gold finiibod cylin
der. Tba abovo reward will be paid for
its return to the undersigned.
9l.no-l.4t Ai.ax. H. Iiivin.
Two Retteries of two Boilers, each '2i
feet long, 42 inch Dram, '2 14 inch Flue
with lire front. Mud and Steam drums
Safety and Mud valves, Chimney and
Britchin, all complete and in first-clan
order); been used only three month. For
price, etc., Inquire ol J, T. Bbhnik,
0-M-tf. Vulcan Iron Works.
" FUK 8ALK.
On Seventh street, Cairo, Illinois, one
of the moit beautiful homesteads in the
city,; consisting of two lots handsomely
enclosed, sot with flowers, evergreens
shrubbery, Ac, Ac; a well built and neatly
funlibod cottage containing seven rooms.
cellar, cistern, wood home, wash houso,
bath liou!oand coal house, with gais and
every convenience. Apply to
Joiin Q. Harmon & Co.,
Real Eitate Agents.
January, 1874. 8-3-lm
THK ST. CHAKLKS HOTEL.
The undersigneJ having resumed tbe
management of the above hotel, trust by
strict attention to business, to tho want
and comforts of their guests, to merit the
renewed favor ot their old patron and th
traveling public in general.
The'Sainl Chariot will at once undergo
a thorough renovation, and be much im
proved in all it appointments.
Good cample room and special rata for
All baggage for guests conveyed to and
from the hotel free of charge.
Jewitt Wilcox 4 Co., Proprietors.
I will sell my entiro stock oftbe beat
of Boof, Pork, Voal, Mutton, Poultry,
Butter, J!ggi, Lard, Irish Potatoes, Sweet
PoUtoei, Apples, Flour, Meal, Spiced
Beof, and the best of Corned Beof. Tho
salo will commence at 5 o'clock in the
morning and continuo until nine at night
each day for nino months, Sundays ox
copied. 1 havo alio 180 acres of tbo bolt
of cotton land to sell or exchange for Cairo
property. I alio want several good agents
to sell fruit troos. All of tho above will
bo expiainod by calling on S. Patteron,
corner of Ninth and Walnut street', a
there is tho place tbe sale of the meat and
vegotablci will be made. flj l-flt-lm.
Cairo, Ills., Jan, nu, 1874,
Pittsburg Coal at
00 per ton;
Grand Tow or Coal at
f 00 per ton.
Oflico on Tenth street, between Com-
uicrcial and Washington avonuoi.
SPKCIAL LOCAL NOTIOKB.
All colors of Balding Bros. Machine
."511k cheap at lUrtman !e Go's. 87-1-30 tf
All brands of shooting and shirting at
tho lowest price at Hartman & Co's.
For a good square moal go to Harry
Walkor's restaurant, Commercial, avenue
between Seventh aud Eighth street. 1m
For oa and (team fitting go to Ren
nle's Vuloan iron works, Commercial
avenue, foot of Ninth street 9-10-tf
Tub European bote), Uar.-y Walker
proprietor, it opon at all hour of tbe
All kind of line lace and fringe .at
one half the usual price at Hartman fc
Go't. 87-1 -30 tf
All kind of clothing and Gent's fur
nishing goods at ono half the uiual price
at Hartman & Co's., corner of Sixth stroet.
Juit received and opened, tho largest
and finest assortment,latest style and pat
terns oftbe best brands of calico at Hart
man ii Go's., corner Sixth street.
All kinds of game constantly on hand
at Harry Walker', Commercial avenue
between Seventh and Eighth streets.
Tub bost quality, of Alexandria kid
glove at Hartman & Co'.' for seventy-
11 vo ctnti, worth XI '26. 87-1. no tf
Notici I hereby given that I will pay
no bill for good seld to any of the em
ploye of Tub Oajbo Bcllbtik, either
or themtelve or for th use of the oSoe
untase the tame are furnished on aa order
igned by Mr. Burnett or myself.
l'i-S0-ly John H. Ohrri.t.
KKKRUAKY 4, 18V4.
and departure for the 24 hours tn Jlug at U
l. iu. iai eveuiog :
Steamer Gracoy, Columbus,
" Jim Fisk, Paducab
" Idlewlld, Evansville
" Henry Ames, St Loult
M Mollia Moore, New Orleans
" Arlington, Cincinnati
" City of Cbtster, St Louis
" Simpson Horner, Pittsburg
" Chaonon, New Orleans
! Jai Howard, New Orleans
Steamer Graoey, Columbus
" Fsk, Paducab.
" Henry Ames, New llrleao
11 Mollie Moore, St LouU
11 Arlington, Memphis
" City Chatter, Memphis
" Simpaon Horner, New Orltani
" Shannon, Cincinnati
" Mohawk, New Orleab
" J as Howard, St Louis
The river has fallen 3 inches during the
past 24 hours,
11 us nets dull.
Weather continues warm and pleasant.
It bas been many yoars since tbe people
of this section of country have experiencd
so much pluaiant weather at this season
of tho year.
Tha Simpson Horner puiiol down with
a large tow of coal.
The Idlewlld ratuo out a llttlo before
'2 o'clock yes lord ay, and brought 402 Iks
wheat for St. Louis; 40 bbls potatooi for
Memphis; 100 I Us flour for Philadelphia;
and loO flour barrels for Cairo.
It is reported that the forry boat Cairo,
Charles Nellij, Master, is to engage in car
rying lumber from Thompson's Mills to
tbe railroad at this city.
The Arlington came out with a moder
ate trip and added about 100 tons bore.
The Htnry Ames has a good trip and
added but little here.
The Jim Fiik bring! fair trips from
Paducab. every day and It happy.
Diver Hill was not employed to go
down after tbe mule that came near
drowning below Clb itreet, on the rail
road strip day boforo yesterday, but ho
doei not regret the lost of such a job.
Tba Molhe Mooro brought 250 bales of
moss for the Illinois Central railroad, and
bas packages pickles, CI bhds, 1,16
boxes of sugar tor 8L Louis.
Pilot Georgo Clark has removed his
home to Covington, Kentucky, again.
He went up on tho Ben Franklin, Mon
day. Two splendid wharf boats, belonging
to the St. Louis ic South Eastern railway,
are for sale at Evansville, together or lep
arately, to tuit purchasers.
The Shannon bas 100 bbls. molaaiei, CO
bbls tar, '200 bhds. sugar, 77 bale rag
for the Ohio river.
Tho Mohawk and barges got awav for
New Orleans last evening.
The James Howard brought C2 hhds of
sugar, "C bbls. of molasses, L'5 cues of soap.
124 cases of pickles for tbe O. ii V road,
80 hhds of sugar, 20 bbls of molasses, CO
bales of moss for tbe 1. Si C. railroad, 23
bbls of -molaues, 20 hhds of sugar for
Evansrillo, and has li hhds of sugar, -SO
boxes paste and lot of sundries fer S
roK kent. on oommerciai avenue
one largo room furniihod or unfurnlibed
suitable for sleeping room for gontloman
and wife or two genllomen. Apply at
Bullbtix olllco. 3C-t-13-lm
Hens bnon band, and tor salo a large
quantity of oak aud hickory wood, cut aud
split, and ready for the stove. Also al
kinds oi coal which will bo delivered in aur
part of the city on short notice. Leave or
der at coal yard, on Commercial avenue,
oppoilte Eleventh stretit. Den. IMui
Boot and shoe maker, Twrn hslreet, be
tween Washington avenue and Poplar
itreet, Is prepared to make boot nud shoes
In the latest and most fashionable styles,
lie will make them to order, old or new
styles to suit ruatomers, out of the bst .and
frequent stock, of which ho always ;iiasta
good fcupply ou hand from which to make
elections. All fitting ot boot and ihoe
made by Mr. Kblers U done In bis own shop
no foreign fitting being uted by him.
Give him a call, and he will give you satis
faction. KOU .SALE.
The well-known buefnoia stand of Custead
& Provo, at the mouth.of Clearcreek, Alex
ander county, illinoii, situated In one ot
the Oneit agricultural district of the West,
and with a well-established trade. Tuts will
be lound a rare opportunity for an energetic
The premises consist of a store "0X40 feet
a dwelling of eight rooms, well furnished
and conveniently arranged, good cisterns
aud all necohiary out-bulldingi, aud one
aero oi lauu, icrins liberal. Apply er
address, WM. CVstxad,
K-tt-lm- d&w. triearcre k Landing, Ills
U. F. PAHKEK,
(.Successor to l'arktr .;itlake,)
PAINTS AND OILS
aU6 ealabrauu iiluaiaaiia
.iaoaa't.oiLDiiio, oo llxi ar. oon
AND MAIJCR IN
Kiortb Uthbbt, Bbtwbbi Wahiiioto
atl gommiicial avrrum,
aJtalaa Btltsassliasiae asset Biasisiy'e
i "VPJ.11 fl" "f Muttoa Vaal
iiiiMaa la tbe moal aseepiab! to
CtTY NATIONAL BANK lDrBDINO.
. KaTitpodal attention paid te orderi from
tiamboat. nlbt or day.
(tiuceessor to Jaraei Kymutoa,)
tJOTOHBa AWD DBALBa IN ALL KlKDi Of
UORMBR NunSTRMTH Ami POflUR BTB..
, CAJJtO. 1LL1MOIB.
?L,.i1w,Uuhu?.only tt "tile,
aog and aheep, and Is prepared to BU any
Jwmand for fraehmsaU from one pound to
tan thousand pounds.
UYLAtND k SAUKK,
AMD DBA UUU IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
Corner 10th trtreet and Cemsnerrlal avenu
next door to the Hrland saloon,
11-lStf. CAIRO, 1LLH.
AND DBALBR IH
ALL KINDS OF FRK8U MKATS
ear ror. Twraflells Htreel Mssd ro
Buvs and alaurMen onlv tha bail Cittln.
Uogs and Uhaep. and l prepared to fill or-
jars tor i rem jneau ireu ona to ten tli-ju-
ml potinila. 1.11U
:tia ra rets ai, iaoa
CITY NATIONAL BANK. CA1KO
A. H. rJAJrrOUD. President;
S. B.TAYLOB. Vloe-lTesldent;
B. UY8LOP, Sauretary and Ireuuret
F. H. Htoouiare,
It. li. Oeaataaaua,
PAva U. Beaca,
J. M. PatiuM.
m. r. UUIHI,
at sa ti mmjf Awaal atiaatTXlx-
iSTKBIHT paid oa deposits al tha rate ol atx
par eaat. par aaauaa, Manh lalead Haptara
r Ui. lataraat not withdrawn la added Irnma
dial!? so she principal or rhadapaslts, laerebi
(tviaa tbam aompoaad laterast.
at ABUBD WOMBS AJTS OHILDaB HAT
so tauv o aa iui eaa aw rt,
Opea y bailaaas day (torn n.m. to 1 p.m.,
and basurday lor HAVING DEPOHlll
ani?, iToaa a to a o eioea.
aooil w. BTBLOP, TraasuraK
THE CITY NATIONAL
DA I MS,
w, f. UAia,iuAr, WMidaiti
SIOMr !.. MALLIliAV, Vl0-mslJal
WAl.TCa U7ril.ilH, AniltlaU4i)iUr
ttriAts Ttrica, Kossat U. OvawiasaAM,
llaaav I.. Uaixuuv, W. P. Uaauuiv,
Uaa, l. WiLuiiuua, tirsriua Hmu
A. IS. Hisiaaw.
anlsaasara, Volss sunt lsl4 NIolea
toad Hoaa-bt ui Mia.
1IKPOHITH raoalvoJ, and
a Dral baakla
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
H. W. MlLLBB, President.
J. at. Pui Lira, Vice-President,
Cba. cunninouam, Cashier.
U0LLK0TI0N8 PHOMPTLY MA.DS.
EXOBANOK, aota, baak aota aad UaVtod
BUtaa aaoarttlaa boaaht and sold,
atuMl Allawsa Hasai I la
4 s. y r
C. N. HUGHES,
Ohio Levee, over JlathUM ft
but J-'irtl-Cluts Cow))mti'
BAFFOKD, MOIUUS A OANDKK,
li Wis ta aVevae.
C1TT HATIONAL UANK UUII.DINU
The oldest established Agenoy Io aoutbarn.
$05,000,000 00 !
I th bst Insuranca tiapltal or the
' AFFAIR OF TIIK SEASON.
AFFAIR OF TUB SEASON.
AFFAIR OF THK SEASON.
THE CAIRO TURNERS
THE CAIRO' TURNERS!
THE CAIRO TURNERS.
KVK., FEB., 17, 1874
KVK., FEB, 17, 1874
EVE., FEB, 17, 1874
To be given by the
TIIE.SDAY J3VJJ., VKB., 17, 1874.
The Cairo Turner Society,
determined to eclipse any and
every ball that lias been given
this season, will giv a Grand
Masquerade ball at the time
and place above mentioned.
It is the determination of the
gentlemen who have the mat
ter in charge to make it the
Digest thing" of the kind
that ever took nlacc in this
city. Neither time nor ex
penso will bo spared to accom
plish this end, and every one
who attends may confidently
expect to see such a ball as
was never before given in this
section of country.
Tho following committees
have been appointed :
G'OMMITTKE OP AltRAQUIEXC
F. M. Stockfloth, cufcit3.u, Jd Su
tler, "R. V. B-W y a. A.ua and P.
f'jxm i.rtNACiERs. 11. Hcbaaoker,
Harry Walker and W. V. KucW
Ukcki'tion Committee.. Stephen
Sohwanitz, Wm. lluder, and Uharlta
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lion ol pictures, the rarest spaclaaa ef ar
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AUT DKFAltTK ENT, 1874.
Tho Illustration of the Aldlne nava man
a world-wide reputation, and m tha art cen
tre ol Europe it ia an admitted fact tkat
its wood cuts aro example or tbe nlrtaet
Perfection ever attained. Tha uaw
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vantages the advantavea of suDarior '
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sue quurieny uniea piaiesior is; wutDe
Sty Tlion. Moran and J. 1). Woodward.
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special ilefclgnx appropriate to th season,
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traction any oi its predecessor.
-Kverv subscriber to the Aldine tor tn
ye ar 1H74 will receive a pair at ehroaaaa
The oriKlnal picture wars painted in ell lo
me publishers or the Alulae, by Taema
Moruo, whoso great olorado picture aad
purchased by congress for ten Uanand
dollars. The subiccta were choaen ta raa
resent ten thousand dollars. Tha Mbjeeia
.vera cuuBuii vo rvpreseai lira avast" anu
"The West." One Is a view ia tho White
Mountains, New Hampshire; th other
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territory. The chrorno are each worked
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NWARK. N. J,. Sept. W. U7).
Messrs. Jumes Sutton k so. .
(Hcntlkmxn I am delighted with the
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iiiecfjuuioal prsceas of the origtnalpaintla;.
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au American painter, and presented to ana
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Art Journal. If no better because ol all
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ther are they any tho wore if ay reaeaa of
peculiar facilities of production they eoet
the publisher oalr a trifle, while eejael in
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sliiKly for doubl) the eabecripllon prieo of
the Aldine. ...... j,
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will send "ThoughU ol Home" a BOW and
heatliul chromo, 14x90 laches, repriiiaalag
a little Italian exua wsuaa aueeemg ajeo
betray the lomilojpi ol hi heart.
i per annum, In advance, with OU Chre-
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