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T LOCAL WEATHER KF.PORT.,
OltnlltVBK'H OfKICK, CAIRO, UN,, j
February 11, 10:11 i.w., IH74. J
), herinonietcr, M degree.
iVlnJ S. Velocity t'i miles per Imur.
i i .... ... .. i . . . . i i... hi i........
lailliiuill ieiuieruiuiu lur iui n iiuur,
Mliilmutii tebiparature fortbejusl24 hours,
'revelling wind for tat .24 liouri, H.
'oUI number of nllet traveled by wind
(ring lust 21 hour, 170.
' KliWlN IIootii,
Observer Signal .Service, U. 8. A.
H. KKN'DAI.I. IIi'M.NKkh M..Vt(i:it,
II ItHAY KVK. February Kill, 1K7I.
Jantomime TROUPE !
J TONY DENIER
I The ilc :ic'Umlc(lx"'il rival nr
G. FOX as CLOWN,
I III III- I'illlKiHt I'llIllltolllllllC, Clllilll'll
( Pleyn! for !J Wars In X. Y. City.
r.i la amiT PKitFoiiiiEttii.
I AN ARRAY OF SPECIAL ARTISTS.
1 hiding (ijiiiiuoiii--. I In VoiniKot Oofu
it III till! win lit, Dlli-ll ('iiinti-ulitii-,
ml)- I l.iiii-liifr. Sung uinl Hancei". Imlla
,n nf Blrdi ami Animal. Stilt IVrtoriii.in
J, NiliM 'otiilo dings attdOrl-iitiil.liigc,lt'ry.
WlIK rsi'AI.M'AJ.KoF 1'ltK IX
:ri:ii:iivi:i Siiats for Hale at
1 1 art man', CoiiiiT sixth ami (.ouiiucr
I Am iiiii'.
UIm'II nl "it.'i oVtiwW: i iiiiunrnrr" at f.
.M. K. COl. C.MAN, AiiKM.
AFFATH OF THU SKASOX.
AFFAIU OF TI1K SEASON.
AFFA1H OF THK HKASON.
II W CATKO
TI'KSDAY KVK., FKIJ., 17, 1874
TI'KSDAY KVK., FKI1, 17, 1H71
TI'KSDAY KVK., FKli., 17, 1874
To' be given by tbc
H O C I K T Y,
TUESDAY KVK, FKH., 17, 1874.
The Cairo Turner Society,
etermined to ellipse any and
vory ball that has been given
his season, will give a Grand
Masquerade ball at the time
uid place above mentioned,
t is the determination of the
gentlemen who have the mat
er in charge to make it the
bigest thing" of the kind
hat ever took nlaco in this
"JM Neither timo nor ox-
jpense will bo spared to accoin
plish this end, and every one
who attends mav confulentlv
xpoct to see such a ball as
was nevor beforo given in this.
section of countrv.
, Tho following committees
lhavc been appointed :
(JOMMITTKE dl' AmtANOKMKXm
F. M. Htocklleth, chairman, KJ. Hit
der, 11. V. Uolzner, Win. Aloa and P.
Fi.ooii Mrt.SAOKBS. It. Ilebsaokcr,
Harry Walter and W. F, Kuclicn
locker. IlECKl'TION COMMITTEK. StopllCn
Schwauitz, Win, Huder, mid Churlcs
WILLIAM J. ALLEN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Ufflco over First KatU nal bank. 3-lfl-gm
tiAMUKfj F. WIIKKLKK,
ATTORNEY k COUNSELOR AT LAW
Offlc over Klrnt NaUonnl bknk. R-IMm
Jobu ii. Mulkey. ( W IIUiu U. Alulkoy
MULKKY A HON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
oilluo: KUhth utreet, betwoeu Oommor
till and WMkiagton ikViiuuuii.
UHKKN ft U1LHHJ11T,
(JOUNBXLOHU AY hKVf,
Wllllkiu H.tirwiD. 1
WiIIimo V. OUblrt, 011KU, IM.INOIH,
WSpeoUl 4tloi tfltun lo Aiimlitllr eaJ
JfII0M OHIO MTU, WMVa T AID 6 ATI!
' OITf MATIOWAI. ItH
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
Au. colors of lloMIni: llrni. Mncliinu
.111k clienp nt IUrtman & CVi. 871 :i0 tf
TeD,nd only ton,ily bordori tun ho
korommodkUJ t tha Bt. Chiilei nt the
liduet'd jirlc. 2-10-tf
Hovernl pleesmit routm oo Ilia upper
Jloor at the Ht. CLftrlei enn La Imd t very
low mtci. 'J-lO tf
County Arrounicr 1'. II. l0rie loft
by I bo Kftornooii train yotturday for
TuKpublluikiluti'or Him touiicll pruned
Ingi crowdH out inttcli otbur nikltur pru
pred for tbU Isiuaof TllK llut.t.tTIN.
A rooJ priulur i tu tlnd tuJy cm
ploymoiit tn gn to Cburliutun, Miiiuuri.
Apply BtTtiK Htn.LicriN. ollko.
C'ltK.ii' Woiiii a nii Coal. Jumei Hon
In ioIIImv; tli lutt itt'k!ty of Vittiburg
rot nt il, anil llllnuii coat Rt $'l CO per
ton. OuikI wimx, Sngla loud, $1 M",
2-8-Ct. Jam kh Koert,
A 1'lA.NO IX KXUHAMIK IVIt VACANT
Lois ik Cairo. Any pertoh litvlng a
Vkcent lot or lot that Iter would ex
ctiUiRO lur allrft'clnm (iUijii, cult bu lultud
by aJlrclrifr )H(t Mury Dixon, Kfnt
C'nrbouJ)u, llllnoii. 8(1 1 .28.111
Jab. SiiTToy, Mompbir; Job(i Ii.lJop4
kloiaod M. Morrull, Now Orlontii; 8. Ci' ,
Hendurion, PblUJelpbU; I,. Conu, -l-u-cy,
ml (i. (J. Wnlkur, Chlcugo, wer
aiaong tbe prominent arrival at tb'o tit.
Cbarlei botul yuitorJay.
Iost, on Kllith ttruet, on the nlnlfi
day or February, IbTl, a 1() bill. To tbo
perion roturnlog tbe latnq to thla ollico a
liberal ruward will be paid. nC-'.'-ll-U
I'akuik C'osckrt. The next of tho
tfcrlei of parlor concorli liy,tho meinbura of
tbo Kpici'opal Church, will ho given ht tho
roiidouco of Mr. Chalei Ualllhcr, on
Friday ovonlug, February 1 IS. Ailinli
itou S5c. II CI.
UOKiNd hit recent vleit to New Orlcani,
Capt. W. I'. llalliday purchaicd a lare
lump of gutiuino Turk iiland rock talt.
Tbe lump weight upward cf three liun
drod pound, and U quite aci;riolly wbuu
viewed in thoe parti.
Sr. CiiAri.kk IJotki.. We wub a Ilrst
clatt cbatuhermald and dining room girl,
who thoroughly undortund tbo huiine.
To thoe who can bring good reference
and will ahldo by the rule of the houio
teady employment will bo given and lib
eral wage paid. Mo other need apply,
it Jewktt Wili ox it Co., Prop'.
Lost On February 8, 1874, between
Cairo and Mound City, a parlor
duiter and piece ot blue cloth,
together with other (mall artlclo on
ulited,botb bundle weao marked "I'hol
brick." Tho finder will be iultaldy to.
wardod by leaving ibeiu at tbo store of
D. ilartman. 13-!i.f'-2t.
Ma J. WlU'Ox inure Lieut, (len. Sheri
dan did not put up at tho St. Cbarlei, and
Capt Jauiet Morrl believe that If tbo
General wa in tbe city at all he wai tbo
guett of Col. Ja. Jobnion. Col. Wood
believe the wholu affair wat a tell, hut I
not Hire who not tho wortt of it. That
omebody wa badly told i certain.
Ouk longings are tatiiflod Wo aro
happy. Wo'vu got a sard rack a new
wire card rack jutt lucli a card r&ck a
we chvo tought for, hoped for, prayed for,
nigh obto forty yoar. It cost us only $1.
Tbe neatest, completed rack, and liko
hutbandi, the lateit thing out. (lo and
buy one from the young lady who it cell
ing them around town.
MAfiRlKD, Ih'tht city vexterdav, Febru
ary lltb, by Ilev. II. 15. Thayer, Mr. Jauic
51. M'ataon.ot thoi'nlti'd States Mcual Ser
vice, ami .Mi Jennie Tower.
Mr. Watton .w'aa for a long timo con
nected wlthth'o Signal Sorvico In thla
oity,but U-now located at Cincinnati. Mn.
WaUonfMlB Tower) bat lived in th
citv all hur lifu. Jov and l-ooJ fortuno i
j - t O - 9
A C IUiiti.ksok, Villa Itidgej .1 W
Kal, Vionna; T J Snuon, Virginia, O 1'
Siiion and Ja llright, M C railroad; K
l'Watkint, Mobile; M Sbnppard, Jack
aon, Tunnoiioo; L Derry, Ironton, Ton
neaieo; Kd Doddridge, C A V T railroad;
11 U William and family, Memphis; 11
U lloit, Foplnr Ululf; S 11 Turner, Mor
rj itation; C U Davit, Farmenburg; W
Kerrigan, Charleston; S D Davii, Far
menburg; L A Mockler, C A & T rail
roat, woro rogiitorcd at tbo St. Nicliolai
I wish to cull publio attention to tbo
large itock of French and hotno-tnado
candle which I cow oll'ur for ealo, at my
ettabliihmont, 102 Commorclal avenue,
Cairo, llllnpl. Having been in the huii
ne for year, und knowing what ,'good
candio are, I will give any body who will
Had any, impiiro or adnltorated candies
in toy atoro one hundmTdollars. Con
foctlouer aud-grocer are invited to call
and oxatnino my itook boforo purchaiing
eWewbere. I am prepared to compote in
prlco and quality of good. Freih home
made candles tuado ovory day. Thanking
my frtond aud patrons for pait favor, 1
ball strivo to deaervo a oontinuanco o(
thoiame. l'uib. II. Haui-.
10'J Commercial avonuo, Cairo, lllinol.
It. H. liitidtiAM, M. 1)., lloiniopalhiat
130, Cotninercial nvenue, Cairo, lllinol
witbos to inform tho public that ho hat
purchased au apparatu for generating
o.anlzed oxygon, and i now prepared to
adininittor thl agent, which I now being
vory tucceBifully uied in dlaeato ef tbe
rotpiratory organs, such a Aithma, Aculo
and Chronic llroncliitl, Contuniptiou in
the first and tecond stage, alio in Spinal
all'ecUoni, ltboumatleiii, Malarial fevers
Chol'ora, &o. Many eminent physicians'
names could bo given that advocate the
uio sf ozonl.od air by inhalation as one
of tbs most tll'octlvo curative agents of
modern time. 100 3-0-1 m
THE CAIRODAllJY '.BULLttTiiN', MtUttSDAY,
llte;iilariuflclln of tli City ( 'oiitudl.
CotiNcti. CHAuntR, Cairo, lll.,1
Kobruary 10, 1874.
l'reiont III Honor Mayor Wood, and
Aldermen K oniony or, MoKwon, McUau
ley, Meyer, Kolllt, I'lilllipt and Itittun
On motion of Alderman Kortmeyur tho
reading of tho minutes win illipetiud
An ordinance entitled "An ordinance
to amend teotlon of ordinance No. 7,
ir. regard to II mihh" wa read a ,oond
liiiiu, und on motion of AlderaHnMtytri
adopted by tho1 following vote: A'yVs '
Korsrneyer,' McKwenMcUaTtlby, Nell,
Moyerr, I'hltlip and ltiltanhouao 7.
An ordinance entitled "An ordlnanco
to provide for the care and management
of St. Mury' park" wnt road a second
tluiu. Alderman Kortiiioyur ottered and
moved tho aJoption of tho folluwltg
auiendinetit to aald ordlnanco, which wa
Ski.1 C. It ahull he the duty of evory
poraoa opening aiy gato of aald
park for tho purpoie f of
entering into or coming out o aald park,
or of permitting other person to pats
through it, to cloae ald gate without de
lay, and every perion violating tho pro
viiiona of thl auction (hall forfeit and
pay to auid city ef Cairo, a sum not lots
than tlvo dollars nnr moro than twenty
dollar for each and met otTetuo. And
for tbo purpose of enabling riders and
driver lo comply with tho requirement!
of tbl teuton, it ahull bo the
duty of the city manual. undor
tho direction ot the committte on atreeta,
In huvo a auitahle hitching poat placed in
a convenient location on tbo outaido and
iniido of each gato or tald park through
which vol idea uaually past.
On motion ot Alderman Meyors said
ordinance a amendod wa tlion adopted
by the following voto: Ayot Korameyer,
McKwen, McUauley, Meyer, Nellii, Phil
lip und l'.ttlenhousw 7. Nay 0.
An ordinance entitled "an ordinance to
rcpoal ordlnanco No. 61," wa read
a locond timo and on motion
of Alderman Meyer, adopted by
tha following vole: Aye llonmoyer,
McKwen, .McUauley, Mcyori, Nellia'bil
lips and ltiltenhouie 7. Nay 0.
An ordinance entitled an "An Ordi
nance to to govern aud Hi the amount to
be charged by vehicle carrying paiien
ger in tho city," wa road a tecond time,
and, on motion of Alderman .AlcEwou,
adopted by tho following veto : Aye
Konmeyer, McKwon, McUauley, Meyer,
Nellii, I'hillip and ltiltenhouie 7.
Tbo committee uii claim, to whom tho
following Mill were refened, reported
back the same, recommending payment
therool, as follows, vl:' , " t
James rowora, tteeling 10 pick
poinU S 5 00
I'eter Waldor, hauling 'J load
M E Power, hauling 'Si load
lumbor,.t. lc 00
D M McCarthy, 8 daya auperin-
tending jail tang le 00
Win Quinn, 17 days' work on
(treeU m o5
Win (Juinu, '.) days' work on
tidewalk( 'JO 2,r,
Tho Fil.gerald, 8 day' work mi
atrect' is L0
Tbo t'itzgefnld, la days' work oh t A
sidewalks AO 50
I'eter Coulan, M days' work on
etreeta, 1R 00
I'eter Conlan, 17j days' work on
eidowuik, .19 38
UoldHlciii V Knaenwator, 1'.' pairs
blankets for city Jail P. 7 CO
Taylor & l'araona, truatoee, Arc,
I year'a loaae of lots S3 and "I
in city block 48, and taxe for
18712 paid on name, 83 30
.Stephen llradley, hauling a
Urunkon "mn to jail 10
C H WWlward, 10 keg nail and
drayairi' U3 !i0.
Cairo City (la Co, for ga eon-
sumed'in stront lamps for Jan-
uary, In full of bill 30B 294 45
I) McCarthy, dieting prlaoners
in January, ICS day 81 00
Dr J C Sullivan, vaccinating 305
porsonr, 7 2
John 11 Ohcrly, printing 'J 05
1 Fitzpatrick, hauling Bill J.ce
home very drunk f0
Cairo Krening Sun, printing C00
circular 3 CO
James lion, 2 tons of coal for
council building 10 00
D McCarthy, jailor, extra meals
furnlihod prisonora 12 80
Thos Mooban, hauling IGO.tti
cubic yards of gravel 41 09
II. II. Cunningham, rent of
Council building in January 00 00
On motion of Alderman Korameyer tbo
recommendation of tho committoo wa
concurred in, and tbe satd bills allowed by
tho following vote: Ayoi Koramoyer,
McKwen, McUauloy, Meyers, Nellii,
Phillips and ltittonhouie 7. Nay 0.
Tho committoo on claim also reported
back the petition of II. McMannui, in the
matter of the garnishment of money due
tbo C. and V. railroad company for grav
el, rocoramending that tho bills rendored
by (aid railroad company bo laid, over un
til tho garniihoo suit of tho petitioner la
decided. On motion nf Alderman Mo
Uauloy tho rocommondation wui concur
red in, L
Said committoe also reported back tho
bill of It. A. Cunningham for $17.00 for
oven days salary as city treasurer in Jan
uary, stating that undor section 10,
of ordlnanco No, 2, tho
claim if forfeitod, and thoy rocommond
that tbo same bo not allowed, On motion
of Alderman McUauley, tho recommend
ation was concurred In.
FIJfAKCK COUMITTKK KKI'OaT.
Tbo committee on finance roported that
from January 10th to Mist, inclusive, thoy
bad'cancelled and destroyed by burning
coupons to the amount of $ t.OCO, and
city ordors to tho amount of 94,023 OS,
bearing $1C3 B.i iutorest. On motion or
Alderman McUauley tho report was
hki-obt of committmc ok kihh dk-
The committoo on lire department re.
ported that thoy have bad a conference
with soma of tho principal cfllcers of the
different tiro companies, and tbojlollowiug
systom of tiro alarms was agreed upon,
the adoption of which tbe couimlUoo roc
ommond. Thoy also rocomtneod that cop
iei of tb simu be plainly painted and
potted up In front of each tire engine
VJirtf-Tnat Me city ta TifTdeT In
four flro dlitrlct.
The 11 rat diitrict to oxtend up a far as
'1'ho second district to extond front
novomn to TweUlb streot.
Tho third diatricta to extend from
Twelfth to Seventeenth street, and
Tho Fourth district tocomprlae all that
part of the city above Seventeenth tlreet.
.SVfuM 'Itist on occualons of lire tho
alarm bell be Ilrst sotmdod, tay n dor.on
tap for an alarn; aul then tbo diittict
fouiiiled accordlug to tho locality of the
lire, thus : one tap for the tint district;
two tap fur tho cond dlatrict, threo taps
for tbo third district and four .taps for tho
fourth dlatrict lh& method of. ringing to
be repeated whllo tho 'alarm . w being
soundol- E A T .
7fr.f-Tbal tho Arab flrocotiipany he
assignol to the Ilrst district, tho Kough
and Iteady Urn company to tho eeond
district, the Hibernian llro company to
tbo third and the Doltu City lire comptny
to tho fourth, and that the company in
whom dlitrlct ttie Urn may occur bu ro
quired to remain on the ground tf In tho
opinion of tbe chief engineer it I necess
ary after tho other companies havo boen
On motion of Alderman Korimoyor
tho report was received and concurrod lo.
CITV TUKiaUHKK'H RETORT.
Keport of Thos. W, Halllday, city
treasurer, of tho revenue of the city from
January 10th to 3iaJ inclttjivo, Waa pro
tonted and, rea l and, on motion of Alder
man Nellii, received and filed,
1.IO.UOK HON in.
State and city bond of Jnmes (Ire'aoy
for liquor lieenao were protented r.'nd, on
motion of Alderman Moyeri approvod.
Tho ordinance committoo, reported tho
following ordlnanco Which wan read by
tbo clerk and laid over for a tocond
road ing, z;
Au ordinance to ainond Ordinance No.
11. "On tiro, lire department und llro
Ho It ordalnod by the City Council of tho
city ot Cairo:
Skiiion 1. That all of section Si. 11
of ordiuancd No. 11 atlor the words "shall
coniist of the" bu atrickon out and the
following Interud la lieu theruof: "A
chief enginoer, an aaslitar.t engineer, liro
wardens, and the various tiro companies
of tho city, and the otUcor of chief en
gineer and aaalstant engineer thall bo
tilled by nppointmeut of tbo mayor and
approval of tho city council."
Bite. 'i. That auctions 12, 1:1 and 14 of
aald ordinance No. 11 bound tho aame
aro hereby repealod ; and that tho words
"mayor or person acting as" in ioctlon Mi
of aaid ordinance No. 11 bj stricken out
and that the words "mayor m such" in
aection 17 of aaid ordlnanco No. 11 be
itrirkon out; and that aoction 120 of aald
ordinance No. 11 be amended by ttriking
out tho word "two" beforo tbe wordt
hundrod dollart" and "one" interted in
lieu thereof; and that ssction tli
ot said ordinance '.No. 11 bu
be amended by striking out all that por
tion aftor the words "an order of the,"
and inserting, Vfiro department ot-tbo city,
' P0L!C'-OOll!TAM.M !TilM.,rrAROn.
The mayor stated that in accordance
with tho resolution passed at tbo last
meeting of the council, authorizing tho
reduction of tbo police force, ho had dis
charged policemen John liogan mid Phil
Hp Helm, on tbe Clirinst., the discharge to
dato from that day
Tho following resolution was otl'erod,
and, on motion (if Alderman 1'hillipa,
Keaolved. That tho city treasurer .be
and ha is her'aby "authorial and 'intnict-
od to receivo and placo Into tne genoral
fund all sums received from licenses
und Irom goneral' taxation oth
er than amounts rollrctod
f or payment of inlerett and redemption
of bond?, and that ho also bo authorized
and instructed to puy out of tbu genoral
funKulI orders drawn upon him by order
ofw " council for nil purpose other than
for the paymont of interett.
RAMUS' MANUKATURINO COMTANV IN
On .motion .of Alderman ltittenhouao
"jhe roport of tho commltteo on . nVanufaC;
,torlos in rotoronco to tbo conversion cf
tho indebtedness of tho Karnes' Manufac
turing company to tho city, into stock
in u new incorporated company, which
wa laid upon tho tnblo at the last moot
ing of tho council, whs called up and
read by tho clerk.
On Motion of Alderman illttenhouao
said report wat amended hy fixing tho
amount of capital sto:k to bo subscribed
at (70,000 instead of $100,000, und substi
tuting the "Uniro Manufacturing Com
pany," for ''Kaniot Manufacturing Com
Alderman Nellls moved that a commit
too of throo ho eppointod to mako an In
vestigation Into tho whole matter at hand
and report totho coipcll.'' i "
Tbu chair appointed as'surh committoe,
Alderman- ltittonhouie," l'hlllipsand
On motion of Aldorman Phillips tho
council than adjournol-
M. J. IIowlkt, City Clorlc,
All kinds .ot (bade trees furnished und
let out at ono dollar each. Alao shade
troos trimmed and fruit trees pruned. Or
dors may be loft nt Parker ie Axloy's, cor
nor of, Kiaitjtroet aud Washington ave
nue, or at J. 11. Metcalf's, opposito tho
court houso. SriRKs it I.unjukiis.
Tho carnival proaonlon, under tho di
roctlon of Profeaior Hurdy, will movo
from tho front of Hiaor'd hull, Commer
cial avouue, at 2:30 o'clock p.m. on ? tbo
l7U' J . Ll?77-U-t
. . "I-.-T.
fou HXL1i'riti?AT; ks taT k-T Vy d
Lots numbered 31 and 30 first addition,
will bo sold at a bargain, For terms, etc,
apply to j ju- IvMathum,
Tbo mombora of Cairo Iodge, No. 2:17
and Delta Lodge, No. 008, A. !', and A.
M,, aro beroby notified that a .Joint com
munication nf the two lodges will be
held on Thursday, Feb. M at 7 o'clock,
for thn purpose of electing ofilour and
adopting by-law for tho consolidated
lodge. W. A, Hum, Sou. Delta Lodgo
It. F. IIi.akk, Sec. Cairo Lodge.
FElmiOAUY 32, lttf4.
ltciliectlnllv ilmllc.itod to lier nltllcted na
rents, tlr. and Mrn. ('. Wiuntoii, of Cairo,
"Dear mother,'' she Is gone ;
Her dimpled cheeek no more
Will touch thy loving bread;
No more the iimilo tone
Will llont rroni her lips
l.lpi, to thine so oft ioundly pressed ;
Her smile and happy Isugli aro lost to theo ;
Karth limit her mother und her pillow hV
Iter's wa the momlng flour,
And she hath passed away,
In beauty front the day,
A bud -au opeiilug llower,
Torn, in its sweeliietsjromtlic parent ipray;
Tbo death wind swept her to her soft repose,
As frost, liiprlii.tliiie,bllghls the caily roso.
Never on earth n;;sln
Will her sweet llipln; ncconts
'h:irm tby llttciiliig car,
l.tkc Homo ii'oUon strain,
Breathing at even-tide icreim and clear ;
Her voice li hiiilicd in death, and on her
eyes ' -
The unbroken seal of peace and rileuro lies.
And from thy yearning lieart,
Whoso linnokt care was warm
Did lum with love (or her,
A glduo.s inuvt depart ;
And separation Hnurt,
Wilt lhoe Unit eye with many tear bedim
title lonely memories and iinccailn
Will turn the raptures of tbe pist to pain.
Yet mourned, whllo the day
Holla on like tlu dnrknc
Of a luneral by wo weep and iIgh,
And bope forbids one ray
I'D stream aerom the gilel illsrolorod sky ;
Then brek upon thy soirows' evening
A twnUiixj luttrriviH IvipmiWu 7;i.'..
'1'ls from the better land !
There, bathed In radlenco
That around lliniu prllig
Your loved oni-'a wluc expand ;
As with tho choiring cbcmbluw she tings
Aud all the glory ot that God can see,
Who said, on earth, to children, "Coino to
Father, thy child I) blessed ;
And though hr presence may he lost to thee
And vacant leae thy breast,
And misted a swart load from thy parent
Though tones familbr, from thine ear have
l'hoult meet thy "Iterta" uilli tirr Lord nt
lakt. M. U. H.
SPKCIAh LOCAL NOTIOKS.
OvcitcoATk worth $10 for f-S at Hart-
mau-Co'. . S7-1-JJ0 tf
All brand ufsbeotini; and shirting at
the lowoat prlqo at Ilartman it Co'.
Tuk Kuropean hotel, Har.-y AVnlkor
proprietor, ia opon at all hours of tho
night. i 11-7-lm
For a good squaro meal go to Harry
Walker' roitaurant, Commercial avenue
between Seventh and Klghtb stroet. lni
All kinds of Una laces and fringes at
ono half tho usual price at Uattuiau &
Co". 87-1-30 tf
Fou (lis and steam fitting go to Ken
nle's Vulcan iron works, Commercial
avonuo, foot of Ninth streot 0-10-tf
A Li. kinds of clothiug Mid (lout's fur
nishiog uood at ino hall the uiual price
at Ilartman ic Co'., corner of Sixth ctre.it.
J ust received and opened, the largest
and finest uesorliiiontJattMt stylo and pat'
tern of tho best brand of calicos tit Hart
muu iV Co', corner Sixth street.
All kinds of gumo constantly on hand
at Hurry Walker's, Commorclal avenue
botwe-uii Seventh ami Kighth streets.
Till: host quality of Alexandria kid
gloves at llarluiun & Co'a. for seventy
11 vo cents, worth $1 20. 87-1-30 tf
A KUI.L assortment of J. 1. Coals' nnd
Clark A:, Co's, cotton, at flvo cents por
spool at llurtmtin it Co'., corner Sixth
stroet. U7-1-UU tf
Foil Kk.mt. On Commercial uveiiun
ofio largo room furnished or unfurnished
suitable for sleeping room for gentleman
and wife or two goullemon. Apply at
Uuli.ktix office 3fi-l-13.Im
NoTirK. The Cairo Turnor tJooioty
havo procured a list of a full asiortmonl
of Maaquorado costumes,- from which per
sons wishing to attend tho bull may select
characters, bofora Friday next at
132-lM0-4t lUlNlIOLD V. liCLZMKR,
Not leu horoby givon that nil claims
duo to It. A. Cuuiiningham, that am not
paid on or boforo tbe Seventeenth day of
February will bo collected by duo prucoss
of law. , 1). Matiiush, Assignee.
1 20-U-l 0-Ct
For IIknt. Tho brick building on tho
corner of Fifteenth street and Commer
cial nvenue; 11 rooms, and a dry cellar.
This -property 1 In n splendid condition
and eligibly located for n saloon and
boarding house. Apply to
120-2.8-Ot J. Q. Hakma.v & Co.
Wantkd A capable party to canvass
this town and county for "Tuk Aliumk,"
tho American art journal. Thu right
party will bo ollored every facility for do
ing thu buslncn. Address
118-2-0-tf. James SuttoM A Co.,
Western llranch, 03 Mad'.son St., Chicago,
Fou Hknt. Tho brick houso situated
corner Third struct and Commorclal nve
nuo. Tho homo bus been put in good re
pair throughout and Is well arranged for
u hotel or hoarding house, also rooms to
rent on Third street. Inquire of W in,
Mullnlc, No.f, Wintor's block
Notick Is horeby givon Wsat I will pay
no hills for good sold to any of tho em
ployes of Tun Cairo Uui.lhin, olthor
or themaolvos or lur tbo uso of tho olllcn
unloso tbo sanio aro furnlabod on an order
igncd by Mr. liurnott or myself.
UL'tMy .Iiihk H. Onani.T,
Partnku Wantkii, A gentleman
without capital, hut with several yearn
oxperienro and thoroughly acquainted
with the bus in p. 4, 'is desirous of forming
a rartnersbtp in tho Hide, Fur and
Leather business in Colro, with some one
who can furnish a capital of (ay $0,000.
Address, drawor 1127. 40-1-18-tf
Ticm pounds of brown sugar for $1; 8
pounds best cofloa sugar at $1; 3 pounds
of cholco liuttornt $1; 10 conts for larrlj
Imperial ten at $1; potatoes 30 cents per
pock; apples 40 cents, at Wilcox's IJlock.
Mrs. Klir.aboth Williams, Washington
avonuo, botwoen Tonth"and Kloventh
(troots, I prepared to pot form tbe dutlos
of mid wife whenovor called upon, Hho has
bad much experience, and fool confldont
thut tho can glvo perfect satisfaction.
Two llattorios of two Hoilors, each 1M
foot long, 2 Inch Dram, t! 14 inch Flues
with fire fronts. Mud nnd Stoam drums
Safety and Mud valves, Chimney and
llritchln, alt completo and in Urst-clai
orderj; boon used only throe month. For
prlco, etc., Inquiro ol J. T. Kknnik,
tJ-2:5-tf. Vulcan Iron Work.
ATI' 1 : N TION TKAMST K US I
Hid for hauling from 30,000 lo 40.000
buahoUof Pittsburg coal from tho river to
tho Oat Works, will ho received at tho of-
llco of tho Cairo City (1st com nan v.
(Ilrots' lilock,j until Thurtday evening,
teliruary I2tli. U. T. UKnoui.u,
F Alt Nl J A K K It.
Farnbakor.tho PoodIk's IVvoriU Clnlh.
lor, ha jutt receivod from tho resident
New York partner,
Paulo Jane Pants, suvoral colors and
linod through and tlirotigh, to be and nro
at tho low price of
ONK XIOLLAU A r-Alll.
Ho has mado u roducthin of 10 por cont.
on nil woolen good. 110 2-7-0t
THK HT. CHAKLKS HOTF.h.
Tbo undersIgnoJ having rosumed tbe
management of tho aliovo bole), trust by
strict attention to business, to tho wants
and comfort of tholr guost, to merit tho
renowed favor of their old patrons and tbe
traveling publio in genoral.
The Saint Charles will at nnco undergo
thorough renovation, and bo much im
proved in all its appointment.
Uood samplo rooms and spocial rates for
All baggngo for guottt conveyed to and
from thq hotel free of charge.
J swicrr Wi lcui & Co., Proprietors.
I will sell inyontiro stock of tho best
of Ilee.', Pork, Voal, Mutton, Poultry,
flutter, Kggs, Lard, Irish Potatoes, SWeot
Potatoes, Apples, Flour, Moal, Spiced
Hoof, and tho host of Corned Hoof. Tho
talo will commonco at 0 o'clock in the
morning and continue until mno at night
each day for nino month, SiindayH ex
cepted. 1 have alio 180 acres of the bast
ol cotton land losoll or exchange for Cairo
property. 1 also want several good agents
to soil fruit troot. All of tho above will
bo explained by calling on S. Pattorton,
earner of Ninth and Walnut stroet, as
thero is the place tbo salo of the meat and
vegetables will be mado. fl!2 1-31. lm.
Cairo, III., Jan. .Id, 1871.
Prok. HAltiir will treat his scholars
to u Urand Masquerade Hall nl the St.
Chnrlos hotel, on Mardi (Irns, February
17th. lln n.nvitc all his former pupils to
participate in tho festivities. Uood
order will bo preeorved, and n good time
it expected. Person wishing to take part
in tho procotslun in tbo forenoon, can ap
ply to Mrr Hardy ul his ollico, No. 119
Commercial avonuo. C. IlAitnr.
Tkk barber shop is on tho cornor of
Kighth street and Commercial avunuo
where J. Ueorge Stlenhouso with bis gen.
Humanly assistants can be found nt any
hour of tho day or night, readv to sootho
your feelings with a smooth shave, or cool
your temper and head with n good sham
poo. It 1 a first-class shop, and you aro
sure of receiving first-class treatment.
Ladles' and children's hair cut or curled
aftor tho most approved style. tJ-10-tf
Pittsburg Coal at
SO 00 por ton ;
(I rand Tower Coal at
$0 00 por ton.
C. W. WHKEI.KU,
Ollico on Tenth street, bolwaen Com
mercial aud Washington avenues.
IN PRICES !
IH THE CITY.
.1". Burger, at his new store
on Commercial Avonuo, will
coinnieiico this wcok a salo of
his stock of winter goods nt
greatly roducod prices. Ho is
about to start East, to lay.in a
stock of early Spring styles,
and in order to mako room
tor thoin, will dispose of the
Goods now on hand at prices
which must prove satisfactory
to all. lie invites all who
wish to mako bargains in
Winter Goods, Shawls, Dross
Goods, Cloaks, &o., See,, to
call at onco. Tho ontiro stock
has been marked down, and
must bo sold, 124-2-8 20t
and departures for tbe 2t hours enelnir ats
V. m. last evening t "IB M 0
" Jim Fitk, Padueah
" Kitty llgier( Arkamu river
" Oily of Chester, Ht Louis
" Mary Houtton, Iulsvllle
" Commonwealth, .New Orleans
" Thompson Dean,. New Orleans
" llello Momphls, Memphis
". Croscont City, St, Louis
Steamer (Iracey, Columbus
" Fltk, Paducab.
11 Kitty Hlgler, Cincinnati
" City of Chettor, Momphit
" Mary Houston, Now Orlern
" Commonwealth, St. Louis
" Thompson Dean, Cincinnati
" llello Memphis, St. Louli
The Ohio river is still falling. Mitaliiip.
pi ditto. IJusinsss contianei dull,
The Kitty Higler has forty-three balai
of cotton for Cincinnati; 170 for lloaton;
1,140 for Now York, and a fair passenger
The City of Choster came out from St.
LAiufa xliii a Lie trip, and aJdod one hund
red tons horo.
The Commonwealth brought 405 brl
rice for Chicago, and has 130 balea moss,
02 hhds sugar, 39 brlsof oil, ISpkge wine,
30 hhds c. nuts, 32 bale hides, 010 brls po
tatoes, for St. Louis.
Tho Thompson Dean had a very slim
trip lor too unto rivor,
The;Fik brought a fair trip from
Paducan and took 200 tacks oats back. .
.Tho Crescent City, brought out five
barge, and will add one hero for New .
How to Hiikak ui' a liin Cold..
Ilatho your foet In hot water jutt before
irnlm, I . i . , t. n rtA f I .... .
fulls of Dr. Hansom's Hivo Syrup'and
Tulu, or Honey Syrup, aud drink ft bowl
of (linger Ten. Jump Into bed and wrap
up warm, and you will be all right in the
Dr. Hillkii'b Macinitio Halm is a
certain cure for all diaeaaes of tbo stow
aoh and Dowel.'. It relieves Nouioa,
Vomiting, Colic, Cramps, and Pains of all
kinds, liko magnetism. Only costs 20 eta.
to buy It. See alyertlsemont in this
Host has on hand, and lor aalo a large
quantity of oak and hickory wood, cut and
split, and ready for the clove. Also al
kinds ot coal which will be delivered In any
purtof the city on thort notice. Leave or
ders at coal yard, on Commercial avenue,
opposite Kloventh street. Dec. (Klnt
The well-known bualuois aland of CusteaU
& 1'rovo, at the mouth, of Clearcreetr, Alex
ander county, Illinois, situated in one of
the finest agricultural dUtrict of the West,
and with a well-established trade. Thl will
bo found a rare opportunity for an energello
Tho promises consist of a store 20X40 feet
a dwelling of eight rooms, well furnished
and couveuleutly arranged, good clslerus
and all necotsary out-blllldlngs, and one
aero of laud. Terms liberal. Apply er
address, Wm. Cubtsud,
12-H-liu' il.Vw. Clwarcrek Landing, Ills
Hoot and shoe maker, Two n h street, be
tween Washington avenue and Poplar
street, Is prepared to make boots ana shoes
In tho latest and most tashlonahle style.
He will make them to order, old or now
stylos to suit customers, out of tho bs;!.and
freshest stock, of which he always ;ha;a
good supply on hand from which to make
selection,. All fitting of boots and shoes
mado by Mr. Mil ens fa done In his own shop
no foreign fitting bollix u5dhjr-hini.
Olvo blm a call, and ho will givo you satis
faction. OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE
Huppyreitot tor young moil from tbe ef
fects ot errors and a buses In early life. Man
hood restored. Impedimenta to marriage
removed. New method or treatment. New
and remarkable remedies. Jiooks and cir
culars sent free, In sealed envelopes. Ad
dress, Howard Association, No. 2 South
Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa. an Institu
tion having a high reputation for honorable
nndiirtand iirnftuutnnal skill. 119-8 d.tw3m
C. N. liUGHES,
G EN ERA It
OKFIOK : Ohio Levoo, over Matuuta
U hi'. 1
t&'Ifime bul First-Clat) Cotnpanle
KNTAHLIasMBJ I US.
bAFFOKD, M011UI8 4 UANDKK,
75 OHIO IVt. ,
C1TT NATIONAL BANK . IULDI8 . ,
t he oldost established Agenoy la Southern
tllluom, representing over
$G5,(1()I),000 00 1
el the heat Ituttranee 'Capital at tte
O. W. DUNNINO. M. D.
UIISIDKNCE I'orner JIIdIU and WaisHit ,
strenta. iiiUm-i-nrmr Hlxth street aaJ '
Ohio levee, oillee hours froia a. ta
12 in,, and U p. in.