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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY JANUaRY 3, 1873.
iSCkh WEATHER KEPORT.
U. 8. Bra. 8m., Omkrvkk'h Orrioe,
,. (Ijyud, .Un. 2, 1873, IO.U p.m.
IIaromr 29.80, and ruing.
"Wind, wcit, and 8 mile per hour.
Mailmura temperature, Iattl4 bouri,
Jllalwura temperature, Uit 21 hour,
Prevailing wind, south wet.
Tola! Velocity of wind, laat 24 bours, B11
Total rainfall, Uit 21 hour, .55 of an
Thomas L. Watsox, Oborver.
On Thurday, at 10 rulnutoj to 7
o'cl'ick, p.m, Elizabeth, wife of Wit
liam IclULit, In the twenty-fifth yer
of her age. The funeral will take place
TO-DAY athnlf.pait 1 o'clock, Irom the
residence, on Eleventh tircct. Tho re
malm will bo burled at lii-ach Urov.- ceme
tery. A special train will leave Tenth
flreet at 2 o'clock. Friends and acquaint
ance respectfully Invited.
Kkys Found. Lut evening;, a bunch
of keys in pot-ofIlcn box "Hi. The owner
can recover them at the Thalia saloon,
corner of Twelfth street and Washington
Tub regular meeting of the Illbornian
fire company, which was to have taken
place lail evening, was postponed until
next Thursday evening, the 9th iiuUnt,
on account nf the death of Mr. McUale,
wlfu of the prciidcnt of tho company.
Am en tun. Taking into consideration
the bad weather, and the fact thut numer
O it other place cf amusement wero open,
on ew Year' night tho ball waa filled to
witness tho play of Ticket ot Leave Man,"
by tho Irwin troupe. 'J ho piece was
well represented, nnd wn appreciated by
tho audience. A "Bub llrlerly," Mr. Ir
win received tho united praiao of all present.
"Wanted. City icrip, a large amount
immediately, at my atore, corner of Sixth
itrectand Commercial avenue.
1-1-3:. D. llARTMAN.
Till fcitival and concert at Mound City
Wat appointed for Near Year' night, and
not New Year' eve, a heretoforo an
nounced. Tho entertainment will be
given to-night. Let allnttendi
Rintal or i'cwi". A meoting will be
held at the l'retbyterian church thlt (Frl
dty) evening, for the purpoio of renting
the pows for the ensuing year. Tho regu
lar church aociablo will bo held at the
tamo time and placo. A full attendance
of tbe church and congregation denrcd.
Do yoc suffer from wakefulnctt at
night, dimness of vision, fluabing face, bot
hand, etc., etc.? If to, my friend, juat try
a bottle of Parker' Compound Fluid Ex
tract Buchu. It will afford you the moat
prnmptand permanent relief. Thoaymp
torn ara but tho beginning of a acrioua dU
seaae, and if you are wiao enough to treat
them at once, you will avoid many a fit of
alcknett and avo u conaequently long doc
tor' bill. Sold by all druggists, everywhere.
largo number of young men and other
from making a large number of call.
Near Year' day wai generally ob
served at a holiday In tbl city. Mer-
chanta and tradespeople nearly all cloaed
their door, and except, In a few Inttancc
tho utual monthly collection wero not
Mr. M. J. Ilolman report that In
going from backbergor's to the ferryboat
yeaterday morning, ho wa robbed of
f 175 In caah and a check on tbo City Wa
tlonal bank, given by Jot Dupoytler, for
Among tho arrival at tbo St. Charles
yesterday, wero: O. W. Dunanlbcrre, Go
nevn, X. Y. O. 0. Quitting, and J. S.
Whllmore, and N. R. Rudd,of Kvanavlllc;
S. E. Tbompaoii, Now Orleans, W. N.
Dunn and It. L. Sullivan, Mt. Vernon,
Tho pow In tho I'rcibytorlan church
will bo rented thlt evening. A toclety
aociablo will be hold in connection with
tbo renting o1 tho pew. Fertont dealring
pow for tho coming' year are asked to
bear In mind tho mooting at the church
Kent nre becoming enormously high
in Cairo, and it I almost an imposaibility
to procure a dcsirablo boute nt any price
juat now. Ono of tboabsoluto and urgent
neccsiltics nf tho city ia moro bouac to
ront. The incoming population, which It
not tmalt, find hero no accommodation in
tho way of dwelling houses, whatever.
Tho flrat tobneco talc of Straugh &
llinklo will lake place on Saturday morn
ing at their warebouto in- Thornton'
block, on Tenth street. Tho flrat ship
ment of tobacco was received on New
Year's dy. "Wdf'hopo our citizens will
keep in mind that to-morrow morning the
first tale takes place, and that they will
lend to the enterprise tho encouragement
of their presence.
Uyn card in another column, It will be
teen that Homls, Drown & Co. ling manu
facturers at St. Louis, Mo, have opened a
branch bouso at No. 80 Ohio Levee, in
Cairn. Tho business hero it inchnrgoof
W. M. Morton, a gentleman of several
year experienco in tho businet at St.
Louir. Tho branch homo employe a
largo number of bands and i fast building
up a prosperous business.
Ladle will find at Ilurgcr'f, 144 Com
mercial avenue, fancy goods of all kind
selected with especial referenco to tbo hol
iday eeaton; men and boy will find all
kind of boots and shoes, and ladies' and
missea' shoes that will glvo perfect slttls
faction. Mr. Burger has alio dress goods,
shawls, skirt, fur of all kinds tuch ns
minks, sable's", etc.; nil new, juat received
from the East, and now being sold at very
low prices at figures reduced to meet the
domand of tho holiday trado, ao that tho
nimblo penny may bo turnod instead of
tho slow dollar. Call and tee for your
Atiie.nf.uji. This place of amusentcnt
bad an orderly nnd Intensely apprecla
tivo audienco to witness that great modern
play of Uncle Tom's Cabin. Tho piny
wai rondornd excellently. Tbo tableaux
occurring therein wero sublime and im
pressive, eliciting much appluuso. To
night that beautiful moral drama entitled
"East Lynn" will bo produced, when the
company tender Mr. nnd Mr. Irwin a
benefit. And inaimuch at it it woll
known that slnco tho debut of this troupe
in our city the weathor hat been tucce
lively Inclement, tlim houses wore the re
uit, and tho company bavo sacrificed
both tlmo and money, it is to bo hoped
that our tbeatro-going people will tako
tbl misfortune into consideration'' and
give them their patronago on this oc
casion. To-night being tbe laat night but
one, lot overybojy go and give them a
rousing bouae for once.
Tbo uaual monthly collections were
Tho law firm of Llnegar, Munn &
Tope, baa dissolved partncrtblp.
Tho new tldewatk on tbo South tide
of Thirteenth street it finithed.
A colored man namod Craig diel of
the small-pox on New iear day.
Tho aun baa not shown ainco lust
yaar. 1873 preienta a gloomy front so
Mri. Mean, mother-in-law of Hon
D. W. Munn, it vory ill, and hor recovery
During tbe month of Deeomber there
were fourteen deatbt from small-pox, In
The pollco contemplate, a raid shortly
on all partiea who neglect taking out tholr
hcenica for 1873,
Trcaaurer Cunningham intend to
levy toon on tht perional property of all
delinquent tax-payers for 1872.
Tbe alnnurt turned over anew leaf on
New Year's day. Not a aing'.o rate was
before the police court yesterday.
Grand Maater liross left town tbia
morning for Murpbyaboro to bo present lit
tbe installation of olllcer of three lodges'
To-night, the Selden Irwin combina
tlon will present "East Lynne." To-night
it a joint bonetlt for Mr. und Mrs. Selden
Irwin, Turn out everybody.
Tho bridge acrosa the mouth of May
fleld cretk, tlx rollet below tbo city, in
Kentucky, baa juat been completed. It
was built by M. J. Holman, of Pulaski
Tbe small-pox is on tbe increase in
tit city. Canes are taken to tbe peat
koatse nearly every day, and that iotlilu
!m baa more patient than can well be
It was rainy, muddy aid dlisgreeable
en Nw Year's day, but the imtarorable
tot r tbe weetber did not prevent quite
truck, from the edgo of tho wator to tbe
lop of tbe lovco, yesterday.
Tho William Oor.-en with her tow of
coal containing 90,000 bushel, was ex
pected at Memphis yeaterday.
Tbero are C,000 tons iron ore loaded at
St. Louit for tbo Ohio rivor, and tbe pros
pects are that they will stay there toir.o
No fears of tho Ice from above when it
reach's this placo arc approhended, how
ever every precaution will be taken to pre
vent accident in cato it comet down a lit
tle t'0 heavy.
Nsirloy Kudd, clerk of the Arkansas
Belle, it at present in tho city, and It bath
ing t tho St. Charles.
Capt. Tom Cree, pilot o! tbo Brill, wrs
badly Injured by falling through tho batch
way of the Tyrono at Nathvlllo.
Tha two now firtt-clatt bargct of Haiti
day Lrothert, are named Jacob Martin and
Geo. Gilmore for two of their valuablo
Our Homo Advertisers.
Cits NavUsuU Steak Baalldlttsx.
aapocial attectioasjil to orders from Kiraii
boat oKhi or
KEKPyour doors and gate thut with
the Dudly spring from Flallcy'.
Fraoraxt Sozohost. Hardens nnd In
vigorntos tho gurn, puritlos nnd prrfiiiin'
tho breath, cleanse', beautifies and pre
serves tho Icelh from youth t' old nijo.
Sold bv all drueeNl. " 12-rt.l wdAvr.
HKMIS, BROWN & CO.,
Aoexts Home Cotton Mills.
NO. 80 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Ills.
THE DEATH OF MRS. McHALK-
Mrs. William McUale died in this city
yesterday evening at about half-past six
o clock. She survived tho perils of child
birth only a few hours, and her infant,
son will bo buried in the gravo with its
mother. Tbo death of Mr. McUale
make two Uttlo girls, ono three and the
other (even year old, motherless. She
was a lady whoso worth was mott ap
preciated whore it was beat known, in
hor own hone, and her husband and
children have sustained a lor wbich time
can nevor repair, though it may kindly
softon the deep grief of tho present.
Mr. Mcllalo had been married eight
year, and dopartcd this lifo at the early
ago of twenty-five year. Peace to her
. RIVER NEWS.
Steamer Illinois, Columbus
" Jim Fitk, Jr., Paducah
Steamer Jim Fisk, Paducnh
" Illinois, Columbus
COMUTIOX OF TUE RIVERS.
Tbo Ohio river at thlt point 1 falling
fust. Tho ico gorgo at Paducah broke
looao on Now Year's night, and tho boat
that wero detained by it are now on their
way to tholr destination. The Mississippi
river is still locked in the rcld ombraco of
tho ice king, but tho recent rair.i have
made it rotten, and it will soon break up
if tho weather does not turn very cold.
Above hero tho gorges In the Ohio have
not yet brnkon, at lonit no Ico baa pasted
hern for aovcrnl daya. Tho Mitslsalppl
below hero ia falling, still tbero ia n good
stage of water Soutlj,
Special dispatches to Tnr. Bulletin rc
port the condition of the Mittlialppi and
Ohio rivpr at various places,
IIU9INECH AND WEATIIEII.
Buiineis on thu landings wai not vory
briak yesterday, still theru was a large
amount of frolghlabipped. Several ttoam
er are due to-day from lUiiitulpb, whoro
they liuvo Leon dotainod. The weather
wa windy with nn occailonal daah
of rain. Indications good for n cold
The Warner Is steadily filling np her
tow, and will get away to-morrow with a
Tho Paducah packet, Jim Fisk jr., is
again in hor old trade after resting a few
The IdUwild hat gono to Paducah and
bat layod up nt the mouth of tbe Ten rut
see river, where alio will probably stay un
til the Ohio river opens.
The Thompson Doari will probably coin
menco load lug noxt week,
TboTonncsaee river Is Si77 miles long;
Cumberland CU3, White' river C06; Ar
kansas 713; Ouachita 404 ; Black river
CO; St. Francis 108 miles long.
The Lady, Lee loaded at Now Madrid
with corn for New Orleant.
Capt. Pepper of tho Thompson Doan, ar
rived from SL Louis on New Year's day
The Joo Kinney was to loavo last night
for Memphis with a good trip.
The Continental will depart for Mom
phi wltb a big trip, and bu engagement
A force of men with four yoko of oxen
were engaged in hauling up tbe railroad
TBE ONLT RELIABLE GIFT DISTRIBU
TION IN THE COUNTRY 1
IN VALUABLE GIFT8
To be distributed In
Xi. D. SINE'S
150th Regular Monthly
To be drawn Monday, Feb. 17, 1873.
two grand capitals of
$5,000 Each in Greenbacks !
i wo rrnes i,uuu y r
Fivo Prizet $500
Ton Prize $100 5- I
Ono I lorte and Hucfry. with Silver
Mounted llama, worth $000 1
1 Fine-toned Rotewood Piano, worth $.V)0 !
Ten Family Sewing Machines, worth
100 each t
KheOoUl watches and Chains, worth $300
Five Gold American Hunting Watches,
worth $12."i each!
Ten Ladles' (lold Hunting Watches, worth
800 Gold and silver Lever Hunting Watch-
en (lii all,) worth from $20 to $.!0 each !.
Gold ChaiiiH, Silver-ware, Jewelry, etc.
Number or gin u,ruu! Tickets limited
AGENTS WANTED TO SELL TICKETS,
To whom Liberal Premium will be paid.
Single Ticket $1: Six Ticket $5; TwcUc
Tickets $10; Twenty-five Tickets $20.
ririulirx oiitaininx lull list of iritr. ale
erlptloiiof the mannir nt drawing, and other
iniormauoD in rfiierrni'v iu mi uiairiuutiuu, m
he sunt to any ona orJ'rlns thmn. All lUar
mutt be a4lrMSdto L. U. MINK, Box, to,
Clnrlnn tl, (.
II. M. IIULEN,
MERCHANDISE BR OK KB
Purchasing ler Merchant a speciality.
Ottlre : 110 Ohio Levee, CAIRO, ILLS,
E3TJlcfcronc(ji. Cairo Merchant.
CtiartrMl Harrh 91, lN6t.
CITV NATIONAL HANK, CAIRO
A. II. 8 AFFORD. President ;
U. 11YSLOP, Secretary and Treasurer
P. It. DiacLtT, Cast. Oitlnite,
P. II. arocirurn, Pirt a, BcntH,
R. II. CcxmnaHAH, M. P. It alum t,
J. H. fRULirs.
Depoalttiat nits; Atnatitif Rrrelvedlroaa
Tea Centa L'pwartla.
1MTKKE3T paid on deposit at the rale ot an
porcent. per annum, March 1st and iseptetn
lr 1st, Interest not withdrawn Is iMtd Imtno
llatelj loth principal of the deposit, thereby
K'vlnx them compound Interest.
liARHlB!) WOlt IN AND CU1LDRSK MAT
SO TBAT MS OH IUI CAN CI1W IT.
Open every huslneis day from ss.ni, to 3 p.m.,
and Haluruay errninK lor HAV1.SU DEPOSIT
only, from to (o'clock.
auott W. II THLOl. Treasurer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
CAPITAL, . $100,000
W. p. BAI.LIDAY. Prrsldeni:
HliMIT L. HALLIUAV. Vlce-PreMdcnt
WALTER UYSLOP. AsslsUnt Csbir.
HtiiTS TAVLoa, Ilosiar U. CcmnauaAw,
Hir L. Ballipat. W. p. Hallidat.
Oto. I). WilxiASiMa, Brsrntu llias
a. n. BArroaD.
Kxestaatce, Cattt atad VttilXI SMteo
Bosttla Boiasjhl atttd Hold.
KPOSITB recelTod, and a general bankln
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF OA lie,
DANIEL BDBD, Vreeldenti
ROBERT. MIL..".-l. Vi:.preideat
C. N. BUOBES, Cannier.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY M.iDE,
EXCHANtlK, cola, bank notes and Unilx'
Statu necurltle bought an told.
llr- Allnwrri nT-n Itrpnolla.
DR. B. 0. TABER,
Will resume the practice ol his profession
with especial reference to the electric
treatment 01 uiseiuca in an me new anu im
oroved methods of unnllcation.
In alt cases of lemalu complaints a lady
will uu 111 aucuiiAiicu.
Office, 1U8 Commercial avenue, up stairs,
WILLIAM It. 8M1TH, M. D.
OESJUENCE-Nn. lil TMrteemh tlrett. be
IV tweea Wanhmitlfln avenue and Walnut street,
Olflce Ui Comnircltl asenue, up stairs.
0. VV. DUNNING, M. D.
OKHlDENCE-cornerNinth and Walnut !.
rLOfliee coi ner buth street and Ohio IfT.e.
urate nourt irom n .m. to it m., ana v p.m
H. WAHDNER, M. D.
RHIDENCF.-Corner MneUenth streft and
li Washlniiton arenue. near court houte. O).
ncn over APer'a Grocery htore. Office Hours Irom
10 a.m. to U in. and "am 1 to p. in.
DU. R, BLUM,
Surgeon and Mechanical
3D EIN" T I ST!
Office, Commercial Avenue between Ninth
aud Tenth street,
I would retpcctrull anuouiieu to tho Citi
zens of Culio and Htirroundlu Country,
that 1 have opened an office for tho practice
of my profession at tho above mentioned
place, where 1 hope to receive a share ol the
public patronage. All persona willing the
very best dental work ahoulU give me u cull.
81 000 IN ONE WEEK.
To any shrewd man who can do buslnet
on the quiet, I iruaruntee an Immense For
tunes, easily, rapidly, uud in perfect safety.
Address'lu perfect voulldence,
33 West Fourth street, New York.
JOI1N B. P1ILLIS k SON,
(Successors to John II. Phillia.)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.,
Cob. TENTD-ST. and OHIO LKVE
WOOD RITTEN1IOUSE & BRO,
Q cneral CommUBion Merchants
133 OHIO LEVEE,
J3EJA.XiE3Pa 1 1ST- IiiaHl
Ckuknt, Plastsxb Paris,
NO. 71 OBIO I.KVXK UNDER CITY NATION
JSTnr tho purpose of building up a
wholeiile trade In Cairo, I will sell to deal
ers and contractors In lot of M barrel" and
upward, at manufacturing prices adding
Cairo. August 13. 1872.
MILLER k l'ARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS o FAIRRANK'S SCALES
Ohio Levee. CAIIIO. ILLINOIS.
HOME UttJtuTXEl !
J. C. HU ELS ,
Late of St. Louis.
BOOK BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
Corner Twelfth street and Commercial Ave
IILANK HOOKS of every description done
with neatness und dispatch. All kinds of
ruliiur done at short notice, IIIIjIok, Music,
Majruzlncs and Periodical bound iicutaud
at tho lowest iKirttble rates.
County work, such as Records, Dockets,
Fee Hooks, Wanks, etc., made a 1 peclality
Boxe, Pocket Book, Envelope, etc..
tatde to order. ll-lUtf.'
Our Homo Advortisora.
I. Ml A I..
U hereby ijiveti that default haliR been
tnado Tor moro than sixty itoya In the pay-
nmotint ccurcit to 1m pnl-l tir it
cvriniii luuriugo rxcciuou uy rrntiK linn
ramp to Sntnuel 8tnnts Taylor mnl Ktlulti
i nrMins misieca 01 uiu tniro tlty rroiiort v,
ditcd Marcli 10, lainiul rocordcil (n tltu
tfllliltV. Ill 111. alnln tltlli.nt lis 1 1. I
.vteiisif CI.IU 1 lUIs III IHHIi It I
tlecili. on page K)J. etc, we, the und. -slpncil,
wild trustees, will on I'riday, tl
'Jllli day of .lauuury next, A. I). ISTJI, nt I i
iui ciiuuii ui iiiui uiiy, uuu' r
nntl liv vlrllfi eT f tin .f-..l ......,t.... i
In said mortiragc. tell nt public miction 1 1 thu
inMV-t mmin, iui t:.l-II, 111 lue UIUCU IIIIUUIIIT
of said trutec., lonit ror VnOilnj;toii iim-
iiuu linn i.iiiu'i ihii Mreei, in tnu cltv or
ffllrn III Al. TnilltnH rt.illnl ...... .1 ...."tll(
. T. . . v V . 1 w,iij iuiu riaiu ui a 111
"ol'.'ill the rhiht, title nml Interest of snltl
iiunviiiiii. or ui' nn;;ii, in Mill to
lot numhered 3 (three,) In Mock miinlpiTed
40 Inrlf. I III B-ilil ..If v- ..I . -.11.... ...
' ,, -' v..j v uu iii-riii iiiiiu llf
tho recorded plat thereof. Willi Hie nppurti-
"""'i f" ".iii-ij me imiMUMjn anil lOliill
tlon ofs.ild iinrt-.ipi'.
?. Si I A ATS TAYl.Oll,
Trtltec ol the Cairo City Proper! v.
Dated Cairo, Illinois, Decemtj rW, IS7S.
i hereby rIvi ii that dcliiult hatliic !)rcn
adu for imiii- tlnm Ivivl n- in n,n ......
lnetitnf ii luirflrtn ,if ........ .... Ai 7
... .. , ,u iiiiiiiuui i-ri'iui'ii iu
be paid by u certain iiinrtpiKa exi eiili d bv
John 1.1 nnfM t to Samuel Stnnta Tu lor nnd
r-unui a nmunr, irilM( C1 111 Illo uaro ( llv
s-ruprny, uatcii -Miv. II, 1SJ;. und ivcon'cil
In liif reeorderV olllcii, In a il lor AleMiiuIer
CUUlllJ, 111 II1U M.llC oi i in mil-. III lldolC i ,
ilci.il-. mi ft lli-l nt.. t... ....t..- t t
. .. , .. v, imu i viriKiieii
tni-leei, will ui riidny, thu '.Mtii ilav il Jan
uary next, A. I). I8T.-I, nt ID o'clock In tli
loreimoii ot that day, under and by t Irtue ol
tho poweror talc contained in fiiiilinortiratrr.
ftctl il lillliTli. ntfi.tfini l, il... l.t..t.n. i.t.i.i.
, ,u im. ii,i.-- lllllllir,
forcali, nt thuolllci! building ot i-alil triif-
;,, .' "" " Tiiiiigioii nteiiui! a-id
1. I lstjtAtitl i.l tA In al... ..?a-.
.i4tt-a.tiii AiiVLli III iiiu ciiy ni caiTO. Ill
. Itt VHllilr OAilltltl ntt.l l.it.. ,.t III t ' as
mi- iik"1 hiiv iiiu i iiuvri'si ii pain .lollll r, l
iu.;ui., uj hit iii-i-iiiii., ill null 111 Ol III In-
litr.il I'l liiliit.ti.f.ti ii riu-i.nh i .ii
mum 'ii (iw.'iity.two.) 2.1 (l wciity-tliiw ,i m i ,
1 IIH.iiiU.r.ilit. I In 1. f.u .I.... ..i..i . . i
'. ... . ' "iwtn iig !lll!)-l'li;ill,l ill
he H t Addition m the city or Caiio, in-
nrillni- til flu. Wnnri1f.il ttlaf f1.......f ...i. I
the aijn.rtelKilite, to KilMv tbu nurp.i.e
nnd condition of ruld innrtvuic.
. M',.'l l AYI.OK,
Trustees ol lliu lalroclty 1'inpertv. !
Dated Cairo, Illinois, December W, !;.'.
Is hereby riven that default hatlii'- lienn
iiiiulo for mure than slxtv days In tlie pav
incut ol a portion of tlio amount i-eejiieil in
lie paldliy ij certain uiortcairo oxecllted bv
lo-epli Jlcneii7.te to Nnuiiicl bta:iln Taylor
ind Kdwin l'ar-onn. tniclccn or aim riiii-..
City Property, dated .Snptcinber 13. li.5.',. and
recorded in the reenrder'n ottlec. In mid lor
Alexander l ounty, In the Hate of Illlni)l, In
book P of ilccil, on paito llii. etc., w, tbo
undcolgned said tni-tief, will im Friday,
tliu 'Jttli day of January next, A. D. l57;l. at
10 o'eloek In the forenoon of Hint dav, under
ami by lrtlle oftho power of sale contained
in sain monir.iuro.f-cn at puuui; Miellnu to tlie
hlriiett bidder, fur cah, ut thu otllco build
ln of said trutec, corner of Wii'hlnvtou
au-mie and Klphtecnlli struct, In the city of
Cairo, In Alexander count mid stau of till
no!. all the rlaht. tltli; and Intercpt or said
JoscpliMeKenzlforld u-l;n, I it ami tolots
immiicri'ii is, iniic.n.) in (ixtccti,) and 17
(centecn,) In blck iiumbcrctl 'i ( wo,) In
the Fourth adilitlnnto the raid city ot Cairo,
according to the reconled plat thereof, with
the appurtenances, to NitUfy the purpoi-c
and cuiiditlon of said monrau'e
S. STA.V I'S TAYI.olt,
Trustees ot the Calm City Propcrtv.
Dated Cairo, Illinois, December it), isf-j.
Is hereby jriven that default havliu; been
made lor moro than sixty days In the pay
ment of a portion of the amount tiiicurud to
he paid by a certain tuortau .executed by
r.n in .Maxwcii 10 saiiiu:i ciaain i aviur ami
Edwin Parsons tr,ices of tlie Cairo City
Property, dated September 10, IWI, and
recorded in the rccorder'a oflice. In and for
Alexander county, in the xtatc ot Illinois in
book E. ol deeds on page 'HU. etc., we, the
undersigned' said trustee?, will, on Friday,
the 21th day ot January next, A. 1)., 181.1, ut
10 o'clock In the lorennoii of that day, under
ami by Irtue of the power of mlc container,
in said mortL-nire, nelf, ut public auction, to
the highest hldder, for each, at the ollico
building of said Trutce, corner ofWa-h.
Intoli uvemiu aud Eighteenth street. In the
Cltv ofCalro. In Alexnnilirroittitr mul -tai,.
nf ri1l,,ilu ttll tl... l..l. .l,t I ..f
" .....'.", . ...w iuiiii iiiik uijii iiiiu (J-l III
said Ervin 3Iaxwclior his a-Ign, In nnd to
nil niiiiioereu . i inrecj, in mock numijered
48 (tort)-elKht), In the first addition to said
euy oi uiro, aecorumg in tlie recorded plat
thereof, with tho appurtenance-: to t-atii-ty
the purpoien and condition orsald Mortk'ase.
S. STA.VI S TAYLOR.
Truteci of tho tjalro City Propertv.
Dated. Cairo, Ills., December 30, 187J.'
Is hereby given that default having been
madu for more than sixty dayx in the pay-
mi.fit ni n nnrtlnn nf 1 Iwi .11111.1111. .n..n..i
lie paid by n certain mnrtgagu execute, I bv
Warren 0. Dunning to Samuel Slaatn Taylor
ami Edwin I'ar.-on-i, truilce or the Calm
City Property, dated November lltli, InI,
aii.l rnniipilftiMn llm r,.j.s.ril..t I - ..111.... t. n...l
for Alexander enmity, In the state of IIIIiioIh,
in hook r , 01 uee is, on page aa-j, etc., we,
the underlgned said tnutces, will (In Fri
day, the 24th day of January next, A. D.,
18iU, ut 10 o'clock in the lorennoii ol Hint
day, under and by Irtuo of the power ot
puiv uijiiianii-iiaiii Btiiii 111111 iit'L', neii, at pun-
II.. ntlr-tlfltl. Ill till. Iili.lio.f l.l.l.l..
at the oflice building of said triflecy, corner
ol Washington uveuueand Elghteenllistreet,
Intno city or Calm, In Alexander eountv
uud etato nf Illinois" nil the right, title, und
imcre-ioi xani i urrcn .-. iiuniiiiignrliNai..
signs In nnd to lots numbered 31 (thlrly-onc).
ami Hi (thirty-two), In block numbered 73
fuctcntv-tlircp,) In i-jilil city of Cairo, accord-
UK in iiiu icvururu piai iiiercoi, Willi tun
appuricnajccs. to snthjy tlio purpoves and
condition of raid mortgage.
ti. STAA Vrt TAYI.Olt,
EDWIN P UtSDNS.
Tnistccs oftho Cairo City Propcrtv,
Dated, Cairo, Ills, December ."0, lo'i.'
NOT 1C 1
Is hereby given that default having been
made for moro than slxtv davs In the ti n-.
tnent of 11 portion ol tho iiiiinunt secured to
bu paid by a certain mortgage executed by
Joseph Mc:cti7.lo to Samuel Slaatn Tuvlor
und Kdwin I'ursons, inictecs ol tlio Cairo
Cltv Property, dated March 10th. IM!.'.. nnd
recorded In tho recorder1) ollicc, In and Inr
Alcxundervotinty, in tlio statu or Illinois In
book P, of deeds on page. lift. etc.. wo, the
undersigned said trustees, will, on Friday,
the 21th day ol January, next, A. 1)., 1873.
ut 10 o'clock iu tho forenoon of lliat day, tin
derand by virtue of the power of side, con
tained In suld mortgage, sell, at public auc
tion, to the hli'licst bidder, for cni.li. at tin.
oillcu building of said trustees corner of
Washington uvcnuu ana Kigiitccntli street,
In the city of Cairo, In Alexander county
and state of Illinois, nil the right, title mil
Interest or said Joseph MvKeiizlu or bis as
signs, In and to lots numbered 32 (thirty
two), 3-1 (thirty-throe), and 31 (thli ty.foiir),
111 block numbered 2 (two), In the (mirth nil
dltlon to said city ol Cairo. nceordinL' to llm
recorded plat thereof, with the iippurtenun-
vv tosaiisiy iiiu purposes anu coiuiition ol
8. STAATS TAYLOR.
Trustees of the Cairo City Property,
Dated, Cairo, Ills, December SO, 18)2,
The tax books lor tho current year hav
ing oeuu iMuccu 111 my nanus, 1 would re
pectfully call the attention ot tax-tmyors to
kn,.tlfili 1U.V nC till l-ill'J .f icito ,.l.t.:i. .
....... ...u.....u, iui., I.1VIJ IIIU
vides that where jiartlen own pooouid prnji.
cny us wrii.uii ri'uienuiie, iiiu iierNonai prop
erly mint first bo dc strained beforn tho real
eH.ito can be sold. I (-1IAI.I. TIIEREORK.
alter tho FIRST DAY OF FEIIRUAUY
NEXT, commence to destruln for such taxes
ill conformity with suld section, Tux-pavers
by paying duo regard to this notice will
savo both trouble and tost, as the law upon
the subject U Imperative. Tho books are
open at my office. Olllce hours from 0
o'clock a. tu, too o'clock p. m.
ALEX. II. 1RVIN, Collector,
Cairo, Dec. 31, 1872. d2w,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
II A kjWm-.i 1 ..L ..ABSIISi 1 1 1 IfWIIB
nn .civ.Sfm vi
74 OHIO XjIuV-SIE"
Itcluil and Prescription
Corner Washington Avo
Mid Eighth street.
O I US,
OSMETICS m RIINTCRS'iBSI C
TOILET Pgl MATCRMlJHy O I
11 .. . - "jz -
Of chamois nnd rabbit tkln,
for Weak lungs.
At I1ARCLAY BROS.
roit soiti: throat,
Prepared and sold
llv 11ARCLAY 11R03
And Disinfectant lor Stables,
At I1A1SCLAY EROS,
And "Universal Standard."
At 11ARCLAY BROS.
I BOjT STORES I
l'HOVIHIO H 8 K T C.
Our? Litv2s Ctiso, Iiu
OAVEOIitARDEAU AK1) ILLIMJ.
Coutmcrcsal-av., Foot of Klcveuth-st.
Host quality of Limo and CVrnnnt al
way on hand, nnd fur slo nt tha
vory lcvst figures fur cash.
N A LOOMS.
WAG - MANL'FACTOltV.
For S'alo at Wholesale or Itctiil.
COIl.NKU HOD STREET AND OHIO I.KVKk
novll" J. !.( (.Mltl.p:
Corner Twenty.-ecnnd street ami Ohio'
SUPERIOR STEAM DRIED CORN
-M EA U
Always on hand, and at tho lowest warko
prlco. AIo ngood urtlclo of
wRl) '-Pavo order at HAI.L1DAY
llltO I IILItS, or apply at the I..III.
.MICHAKL COYNE, Propriclor.
(01.11 tost orricr kjxxv.)
Conicr Sixth street and Commercial Ave.
The bct brands ol Chrar, choice Win,
LIiplopi, etc., always on baud,
tSTOpen day and nlsbt.23
SALOON AND READING KOOMS
Corner 7th stree' and mvTiins
Commercial Av. " IJ,TElt S BLOCK.
PARKER & MONTAGUE
.JSTTha best brand of Clears, choice
wines, Liquors, etc., always on band tl
mTmi it ado 3
RTLLIARD SALOON AND BAR
ROOM. JOHN MX'tVJi, I'riiprlotor.
! tue Cnmmricia) Asrnue, CAIKO, ILLINOIS
' ll.t lirnnit of .'llfo iC1crlu relvJ
lilt. T.I K 1(11 .ltn.. riiml.l.n.l .. ill. I ...
of tables :and bar-upplled with wliit-s,iiuor
nnd clear-of thene-t tinn i.
(Open Day and Night)
J. 13. PARKS, Proprietor,
Ohio Lcvec, bet, 4th and fith streets,
WUWD! WOOD I! WUUMM
The ui,dersixnt.l will furnish
HARD AND (DRY WOOD
. Aa Clieii,( not (.'!iriiirr
had any wood dealer In Cairo. Leave- order
..... n un m mo i-iiFionice mnl at ltos
coal yard, on Commercial aienuc. between
Tenth and twelfth ttrectn, Cairo. Illinois. I
ki 1 n uiM11 int'iiHiirn ruin i- 11 ,...t-.i ti.r.
"in ."m iiju
up If desired,
No. 104 Commercial Avekuk,
Erench, f-cotcli nnd Aincrlr.111 casnlmcrcs
ot nil colors, and beaver and broad cloths
And inado up In the
And at tho lowest price. A linn lit and llrst
cla work KUarunteed. .SntMuction Ii ev
FOR LADIES, Mjp.V aND CHILDREN,
Eioimi St., IIt. Com. & Wash.,
Hns just opened n now anil stylish estab
I. aliment, fully tip to llm times, nnd invites
old customers and new, ladles, children and
all, to favor him wltb their patronago.
EST All work done in tho Latest Style
MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
A lllln lime Hlntm. Hull with nvin. .nn.
yciitenco Iiiu liceu added to tliN popular
Restaurant, and tho guots will lln j every
rciuMto lor thclraccomodatlou.
THE BILL OF FARE
consists of every substantial and delicacy ol
is mppllcd with tho
CHOICEST LIQUORS, WINES & CIGARS
tSTMIxcd drinks prepared with caro.
November 18, 1872
avenue, opposite llulletln olllce.
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1872.
Tuition Irom 92 to $20 per term.
IN CLASSES OP 1 TO 4 EACH.
No pains will bo spared to mako it
AND S ATISFACTOR If
to all concerned.
N. V. CURTICE, Director..
Teacher of Vocal, Orjan and 1,'lano Music.
J. M. RODENBATJGH,
Teacher of Wlcd and String Ina'ramenta
(See circular.) 1M4 U.