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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY JANUARY 4, 1873.
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TIM rUlM T Mr. 8. M. StttM will bo
f txa e I p'eleeV, p. m. Tfce pattor Jiev.
$ IkTWMioa, will coadact the funeral
I:m?IhV ts cteee of which tho body
wlH'be takea M the Illlnolt Central, nr.
train W Kicnviow tor mwrracni.
Wurie.-A girl to d.i general house
.Wrfcv Aiwlrjftt thl office. l-Hf
-:v ' i -iiy
iV'xt Ailwytu curry pttKr. Ap
"Vit Tulf Bullbtin office, if
JJTAsrrsB. City icrl( a largo nmount
imouiateivl ray store, corner of Slxtli
iiWltiit end Commercial avenue.
. 1-I-3V. D. HAnTMAX.
'Waxteo A Mcond.hatid afo. Any
persdn havings good second lurid safe for
"itle.msy And purchaser by Applying at
the New Yurie itnrc. lt-3t
"Koticb. Thero will bo I. regular moet
' liigoTibo Qui Vivo Cotorio nt their rooms
this evening nt 0 o'clock. A full attend
ance l requeued.
' i-4-lt. Cm. B. Ktlk, Scc'y.
- Giika.t BakOaIsh at Blvm & Amsonr.
Everybody wishing to obtain bargains
lndrygoo.lt, boots and shoe4, cloibing,
hats and raps, should call at Ilium & Am
son's, on Eighth street, whnro CHn be
found a large slock of any of the above
. named goods, which are being sold at
ruinous price?. Remember tho place,
JEighlh street, first buildlug lelow Com
mercial avenue. M-tm
For sale at No 135 Ohio luveo :
,,600 barrets choico largo red applet.
200 barrels K. D., meal.
Twenty barrels Buck wheat flour.
'One car of oats.
Twenty boxes sweet oranges and leiiv
Butter, eggs, poultry and game. Oivo
us a cull. - 0. M. Alucn. It
tha pest-house, are the only ease In tl I
COl-TEB-Java, MOSOe.: Lafuayra, VP W AlWPBTIflP.tf ttTS
!- fPLi- i..u.uii 1-t- i ami. ma. fhm (a rha m. m lit iu. ,.-.,.--.-.,
ui iiiTCiufVvivo wot ktivu- i" vvu- i : i w -
teqaenceoi a r.pon snai tn.ni win many BKOOMS.-CoKMOfl House M dosen, tl
case in the city. 50 1 Choice to Extra, f 0098 76 ; S. B. $4 M
Our Home Advertisers.
Ladles will find at Burger's, 144 Com
mercial avenue, fancy goods of all kinds! BEES WAX, a 30c
solected with especial reference to tbe hoi- SOAP. Schaeler's German
idayioaaon; men and boy a will And sail TJc; cnampal- swap, 71,
kinds of boots and ahoes, and ladle' and TALLOW, V 7c.
misses' ahoes that will give perfect satis- simAtir.. 4
Whe waala at ateaar Tamil j.
Is kcrebr riven that default havittr.becn
made for more than slxtv day In tbe pay
ment of a nortlon nf tho
TCVRRY TIOTEIj KRT3PRR amount Bccurcd to bo paM by-a
ranp to Samuel Blaat Taylor ajil Eowtii
Parsons, trustees of the Cairo City i'ronerty,
Wis always waatta a rail Heaae,
dated March 10, 1801. and recorded In the
recorder's office, In and lor Alexander
. Mil. In I.H rni.h.k I I
faction. Mr. Burger has alio dress goodn Powdered and Granulated Sugar 14) to 15c; TfivAfV SffsVP DpllAr c,0UVy' ,S. ?' i1.1"110"' n.k li of
A.. I. .kl... r.ir. r .11 klnils uch as JUVcI V kJlUVC JLCtllUr deeds, on page (W7, etc, WC, tho under-
shawls, skiru, furs or all kinds-sucn as frEi0iiT.()TX0N compreated, to J Fi 'M trustees, will on Friday, llm
minks, sables, etc.; all now, Just received Skyt York, 86c; to Boston ! 00. Un day or January next. A. 1). IHTII, nt to
from ,ho Hast, and now being .old at rery VoKK, .1 14 ; to. Bo. l-ea. .nNimwofM
low prices at figures reduced to meet the ........ , , jn said niortgagc. sell at pul.lloniictloiitnliu
lomar.ds of tho holiday trade, so that the , FIIKKMIT TO MEMPHIS.-Tlout, ffiic , EVtltY MANi WOMAN (lit, CHILD bct bidder, rorca.h.nttl.oojllcc Isttliuiiijr
omanus 01 .1110 i.onunj ir.uu lur u w , cw, so,., , 0aU oo. oraald tnis ees, corner or Vnhitgtoii me-
nlmblo penny may be turned Instead of Potatoes. J.W., 36c. ; A;-a,35c.; Pork "? "1 Kk'htoclith ali-cet. In llm irlty of
.1.- rn 1 r... .... 40. . WlilnL), i.k... i.nmi.p. xi S7 n. ho desires Health by (iood l.lvlnir. Cairo. In Alexander coiintv and stninnr I 11.
1 1 1 u nun uuil.r. ui 1 nuu aw iwi juui- 1 . . " . ' --- " . - 1 - ' 1
1 v.aw-" '
"WHOLESALE AND BET AIL .- .-t - .
NO. V4: OHIO Ij0i.V!-
Ketall anil Prescriplion
Comet 'trnVlifngion Ao
Heavy rrclgtic V cwt,20c.
-Mr. S. M. Btltos, an old cltlzon of , TO NEW OHLEANS.-Flour bid, 60c. ;
,, , . .. .,' , , ... Potatoes 00c; Apples, 00c.; Pork, 00.;
Cairo, and one highly respected by all Whlky.eooi liny V ton. tTftO: Corn J
who know him, died in this city on Tburs- cwt., SOe. 5 Oat. 30c. s Tobacco hhd
... nt Mr. Rttt. rflmt nfron.timn. ? 00 LUoU0,V 1 ..f L i Lumber
tlon, from which he had sultored for a con
low uoiion f uaio, f 1 00; l.iiinuc
31. 10 (k). Heavy freight, Ht owu SOc.
sldorable longth of time previous lodns
death. Ito was n consistent member ofl
tho Methodist Episcopal church, and a
nuiet unobtrusive man. Mr. Ktlte had
lived in Cairo about ten years, and lur-
t .. .. . 1 . r! .1 .
mg mis umu nu llimiu ninny nnrm iriviiur,
not only in tho circlo of his church, but
out of it. Ho died mourned by his family
and seriously regretted by lit numerous
friends. Ilia funeral laKcs pUcu U).dny
from the M. K. church. Ills ldy will be
intorrod at 1'lcliviow in this state.
-SHOULD 1IUY OHK OF
.V. I .1 .
. Iv chronic gleet or similar diichargci
from tho urotha Parker's Compound Fluid
Extract Buchu is unequnted by nny sim
ilar preparation In tho market. Strong
injectiuns, which arc generally used in
such cases, nearly always produce stric
ture, and after this has once taken place
tho patient Is constantly Ilablo to spas
modic returns. Instead, then, of subject
ing yourself to such adlstrciiing malady
bo radically cured by the uto of this val
uable compound, and bavo no fears of
subsequent visitation. Sold by all drug
Tha Ohio river is falling fait.
Uod. City scrip It selling at 97j
cents on tho dollar.
Tho ladies were out in forco yesterday
tempted by tho sunny weather.
Dressed hogs are selling at 5J conts
per pound, on the streets. Purk is cheap
Thumhy Evening, Jan. 2, 187.1.
Business tor tho lust threo day" llSt
been quiet in all departments of trade.
Our report of sales are very meager nnd
do not embrace all the transactions of the
week. Tho new year and tho deslro of
business men to wind up, as much as pos
sible, tliu business of tho old year made
it not only difllcult f(r us to obtain any
thing like full roports but modo transac
tions iinusally light. Tbe demand for nil
kinds of grain and hay continues good
although thu soft woathcr has causod buy
ers fur tho New Orleans market to hesi
tate, looking to tho opotilng of tho rivers
aVove 11 1. d h consequent decline in pri
ces at that place. Hero prices have
generally been well sustained, nnd ro
coipls satisfactorily disposed of; it is only
In butter and eggs that tho stock is ao
Shipments have loin rather difficult
owing tho lea gorgo u'. Hon-itnd-Chlckons
above Memphis but that is broken to-day
and acvcrul large boats aru at tho land
ing taking, in cargus lor Memphis and
2ow. Orleans charging to the latter
00c on Sour nnd 30c on grain.
Tho weather is warm and It has rained
almost incessantly for the last two day
but too wir.a is ciianging anil a void snap
may bo looked for.
FLOUlt Very qulot, but firm. Wo
have no change for better or worso to re
port, bales bavo all been mado at previ-
Stciimcr. Glasgow, llickmam
J. H. Kellogg, St. Louis
Jim. Fisk, Jr., Paducah.
Steamer .In Kinney, Memphis
" Ciitilitiental, Nuw Orleans
11 Jim. Fisk, Jr., Paducah.
conimtion or xnr. uivct!.
Yesterday tho Ohio was falling very
rapidly, and will very likely be found
swelling this morning. Tho Mississippi
was putting out a small amount of rotten
Ice, and is open as far up as Commerce,
and probably some diitnnco above there.
There is four feet water to Commerce and
tho river declining. A typographical error
in yesterday' Bui.lktin made useay that
tbe Ice gorge nt Fadacab had broken loose
when it fchouldliave read Randolph. Some
of tho ice gorges up the Ohio river moved
a little, but not enough to do any good.
Below hero the river is open and Southern
otiv'gation has racommoiiccd in full blast.
Greenfield's ferry resumed hor regular
Special dispatches to Tut: Bullktin re
port tbo,condi'.lon of tbe Mississippi and
Ohio rivers at various places.
BUSINESS AND VTKATIIER.
Business on the levee was confined to
tbo lower landing, and was brisk, and do
parting steamers had good trips. The
wenther was clear and pleasant during
tbe greater part of yesterday.
The towboat J. N.,Kellpgg, with three
barges, arrived from Commerce yesterday
morning, where she ha been laid up on
account or low water and ice oho re
ports but little ice in the river, and found
four feet water in tbe channel. Uer
barges will be filled out here and leave
in thn low of tbo Mary Alice.which is due
nols, all the rfxht, title and lnterct of s lid
Frank llanciilnp, or hla nftMgtH, In nnd to
Int tilimlierril :l (llirro In l.l.,.l- i.i....l.,.r.,,l
40 (lorty,) In aald elty of Cairo, nei-ordlni! 10
1 iic inuiuiiu m.ii, iiicrcoi, wmi 1110 npiiune
nances, to satisfy the purpose mid tnmll-
Kill 111 R.1HI IlinriK-lgC.
ASK YOUK TINHKU FOU THEM.
If hciloe not hae an nortinciit,
SEND YOUK OKDEIt TO
EXCELSIOR MANUFACTURING CO.
SAINT LOUIS, MO.
Wholesale dealers in till klnd.i of
A'D TO ALL
LIVE STOVE D E A LKKh
C. W. HENDERSON,
Commercial Ac , Cairo. Ill-,
at that rato,
On Thursday tho last rail of tho North-1 nus quotations and comprise 400 bbls XX I hereto-day from New Orleans. Tho K el
ern division of tbo Cairo nnd i ullon rail-1 .53 : 100 bbls various grade 7 SO to 0 SO; I Wc will romain idlo for a few day.
road was put down.
Mr. A. M. Putnam has resigned th
pns!tiorrof train master on the Illinoi.
Mr. AV. F. Pitcher of the Foorth
ward, intends to give 'Squire Sbanncssy u
ruu in ihe spring.
Owing to the late rise in the river, tbe
work on the wbart below tho stono depot
has been suspended.
A new locomotive and tender fur the
Arkansas Central narrow-gauge railroad
passed through this city on Thursday.
Tbe ferryboat, Cairo, was ycslerda
crowded with passengers and teams golnp
the city to tbe Missouri and Ken
A beautiful day over bead yesterday,
but the mud was ankle-deep in some
places, and in some there was no bottom
We are glad to hear that Mr. I. II
Shoidon, who has been seriously and
dangerously sick, is in n fair way to re
cover. Tbe steamer Arlington arrived lierr
yesterday from Memphis. Tbo Arlingtoi
is the first boat up since the gorge broke
W. A. Redman, now doing tmsincst
at Napoleon, Ark., has been spending th.
holiday in Cairo with his family and
Tbe holidays were a harvest tl mo to
our commission merchants. Most of them
did a splendid buiinoss, and their receipt
were pleasant to contemplate,
Our merchants, tradesmen, teamsters,
etc., ure taking the first step preparatory
to tbo business of tho now year, by getting
out their licences as fast us they can,
Tho holidays are over, and poople
have turned their uttontlon to business
and work. Festivals, balls and fairs aru
things of the past, for a timo at least.
The funeral of Mrs. Win. Mcllale
tok place yeitcrday ufternoon. Shu was
bjried at Beech Grovo ssmetury, and her
remains wore accompanied by n largo num
ber of sorrowing friends.
On last 8turday, tho city of Colum
bia, Tennessee, voted a subscription of
fifty thousand dollars to the Cairo and Sa
vannah rtllroad, four hundred and eighty
eight votes being cast for tho subicripllon
aiid forty against it.
Among tbe arrivals yesterday were
A. J. Cray and A. J. Henry, Vienna, Illi
nois; 31. C. Kent and lady, Kansas; K. L.
Goodrich, Chicago; A. 31. Johnson, St
Loui ; D. E. Grover, Fon du Lac, Wis
It is probablo thai there will bo 11 de
crease in tho number of saloons in Cairo
soon. Some of the persons who have been
e uagrd In tbo business, find it difficult to
procure bondsmen under tho provisions of
tbe new' liquor law, and will bu forced to
abandon the business. About all thoso
who hnm boadsmen, have takoti out their
J(r. W. 'W. "Wooton, who has ibargo
mt ia11-pox patlonts at tbo pest-hnuse,
fca ju'l flolsbed a thorough canvass of the
100 do S 00 to 'J SO; and 103 do 6 'Jo to
HAY The demand continue 'good
tnd prices are unchanged and firm. 100
bales choico timothy del 21 00; 60 bale
choico niiied -0 00 dot; ICQ bales good to
choice mixed '21 00 to 20 00 del and 230
'.ale common to choice mixed del 20 to
CORN Unchanged. Sales havo beon
mall, owing to (be boiliday and the de
sire of our business men to close the
business of tho old year before commenc
ing on thu new. Sale compriso 1 cars
whito in sacks on orders 47048c; 10 cars
nixed In sacks del 44153 and 3 cars
white in bulk on track 37c.
OATS The demand continues good at
unchanged prices. Thu market in firm
tnd stock limited. 6 car sold on track
in bulk nt '29c; 3 cars in sacks del 31035c
tnd 1000 sacks del 34lc,
CORN MEAL The market is firm and
the demand active. Tho supply is very
Ight. Wo noto no change in price since
ait week. Sale wero 200 bbls kiln dried
lei 2 CO; loO bbls do del 2 GO; 4 car load
steam dried dot 2 tr; and 800 bbls Bccher
Caloric on p. t
BRAN Plenty, the domand is fair and
the market easy 2 car sold, tacked and
del, at 22 00 per ton.
BUTTER Very dull, hard to sell
owing to the bad weather and the accu
mutation of stocks, 25c is an outside fig'
uro. We noto salei of 25 boxes choico
roll 2025 S boxes roll 15c 10 pkgs
chicaroll 22o and IS boxes choico roll
EGGS Dull and declining, tbo market
is overstocked. Sales often pkgs 30 to
33c aro all wn have to report.
l'UUlYi'HY ot wanted. Tlio pres
ont state of tho weather Is unfavorable for
dressed, and ull kinds nro dull. 6 dozen
drefisnd chickens sold at 2 to 2 BO and 300
lbs dressed turkeys at l'.'Ac per pound.
LARD 5 tiercos kcttlo rendered sold
GAME Plenty in tho market and
very dull, owing to tho stato of tho wca
ther. 10 dot quail suld at 1 00 to 1 25; 2
do, rabbit GOo per dozen and 10 doze
praria chicken at 4 to 4 60 per dozen
PLASTERING HAIR. 35c V busbol
LIME. In lots $1 25 to 1 60 ' bbl.
CEMENT. At wholesale $2 25
2 60 1 bbl.
ONIONS-Por bbl none.
POTATOES-Per bbl 3 00 to 3J.
SACKS. Retuwed Gunnies 18JQ10J
Com Burlaps, 2) lius. Ea, 18 cts. Im
proved Gunnies, 2 Bushel, 21 cts. Oats
Burlaps, 5 Bushel 23 cts. Cotton team
loss bags, 35 to 38 cts each.
plain lb. 10
Clear Sides Bacon,
Tho Joe Kinney got away for Memphis
yesteraay morning, with a fair trip and
Tbe Exporter came to tbo wharf nnd
commenced loading for New Orleans and
way points, and will leave early next week
Tbo side wheel steamer Commercial, fif
teen years old, was sunk at Evansville a
few days ago, and is being dismantled
Tho cuuse of her sinking was goneral diss
Tbe following is the cargo of tbo Charles
Bodmann, now onrouto to this port, and
has thu largest cargo of molasses and su
gar that ha come up tha river for omr
time: She ha 1,193 hhd tugar, 1,280 bb
molasses, COO empty beer kegs, and 160
j-!.. m l. . il.. t,A
i.ini suiluriui. xuv greater uuriivu ut iiui
trip is consigned to Cincinnati.
The Tvruno is due thle morn in e from
Nashville, she having entered tbo trade
between here and that port again.
Lives lost on the Western rivers during
tho year 1872 were, by explosions 68; by
inovemonts of ice 2 ; by sinking of boats
4 ; by apparatus of boat breaking while
aground 1 ; by boat striking an obstruc
tion 1, and by falling overboard, low esti
mate, 3C5. Total 431.
The Continental left last night for New
Orleans, having on board a splendid trip
of freight, and will fill out below.
Tbe poultry market at New Orloan was
over stocked during tbe holidays, and one
speculator, who went down on the Tom
Jasper, lost $1,200.
The Arlington is the first boat to arrive
from below since tho river opened. She
reports tho barge Red Stocking sunk at
tlin head of Bullett's bayou, and freight
was being taken ofl' by the "natives." The
Red stocking was in tow of tho Common
wealth, and is supposed to have been sunk
by the ice. Uer other barge, Clarinda,
was at Ashport, Hue Also reported a
ferryboat, (uppotcd to belong at Point
Ploasant, upon the ico with people on
board, who had means, howover, of reach
ing tbe shore.
Clljr Ralloaal Batsk BuUsImc.
skrwcul attention paid to or Jot. from aleau
beat DtKlit or iav
W. W. THORNTON'S,
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT
18) TENTH STRUT,
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saals Walcti. rallies aad O
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rail, Btoaaaa; Ceataat, Piastres.
raar, Carpt roll. Walla
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Jlaas, Kaa-ltsh aaarrssacl
riat tilasa, Pally, U'asler'a Poaali
aswtr Pipes Pateat CataasaaysM
Etc, EMU, R.
A QENTt) lor Boclt Rival Paper Comtf'
t. HhMtlttDa ren ana iaaiis uciumii
IT. W John'. 5iHprol Roofing tsajrci
Tnntresol the C.ilmdiv i
Dated Cairo, Illinois. Decembi r 30, IH'i.
is ncrcuv "ien mat iimim mi 111 wmi
made lor more 1I1.111 lviv il;iv in iim n ie.
mentor a Mirtlon of tho amount scoured io
he paid I iy u certain worlynco exeeiiled bv
.Tohii lVl!iggnitlo.uainticl.St.mt 'I'uylor nin'l
r.uwin rnrrou. tnntecH or the Cairo Cllv
Properly, dated Nov. 14. lWit. ami rei nr-'cil
In Hie l-eeonler's offlcc', Inn l lor Ale.vnuder
county, 111 urn Mate ol lllinoK In linok V ol
decili', on page liW.etc.we, tlic liiiilen-iiiiieil
inkier, nin 11 r riuay, me 'Jim nay 01 .inn
imiY llext. A. D. IST.'I. nt 10 ii'elnek hi the
lorenonu of that day, under nnd liv lrtup ol
thf tiowernr sale ciintatnrd In v:ill'
ll at public Atietlmi, to tho hltflieM bidder,
for enli, at tlin officii building ot Mild trus
tee, corner or Washington aeiiiio ni.l
Elilileciith Mrect, III tho city r Cairo, In
Alexander county mid Mate or llluiol, till
the right, title and Interuit tf .aid .lulin 1.
inygnri, or 111s algn.", Ill and to lot num
bered III (nineteen.) '.'0 (twenty.) 21 (iwenti-
one.) 22 (Hvonty-two.) 2.1 (tweiily-thrvB ,mud
21 (twenty-linir.) In block M (lllty-clijlil,) In
the FliM Addition to tho ellvlir ( Irn. tie-
cording to thu recorded plat thereof, ullli I
me npiu.ni.'iiaiieeo. to ;tlly tin- ).mpo.e
ahd condition nf s.dd mortgage.
m .. i. 'I A VMM.,
'rrilMcraor Ihn (.'nlroClu I'niiierlv.
Dated Cairo, Illliuilo. Hceemlier :w, Ia72.
In hereby kIvcii that ilraiilt havlnif been
made for more thuu slxtv iIiivh In thu nuv.
liient ol 11 portion or tliu'imimint oeciireil io
nu pain nv 11 eeiniiii niortgaKo eM'eiltril by
.lo-el)li .ieien?."o to Samuel SL'inN 'livlor
and Kihvln Parxiuo, trustee -or thu Cairo
City Property, dated .September l.'l. IHJ..und
reenrucu 111 inc recorder a oitiet. Jii iinil lor
Alexander county In thu tali: of Illlnol-. in
book 1 or defd. oil liau'o 110. etc.. we. tliu
underolgnvil Kild trutc;e, will 011 Friday,
the 21th day or.lauunry next. A. !. lb'Il. at I
10 o clock ill the rorelioon of that 1 nv. 11111 el
and by virtue of the power of -ale contained
in Mia morlKaice, wii ut iiiilillo ullulloii to Ihe
uiLiieoi niuuei. lor cn.n. ui 11 u oiucu it 1 1 1 it 1
ln of Mild tru-tcex, corner or Washington
avenue mm r.iguieeuiii cireei, 111 me ciiy 01
Cairo, In Alexander count and date of Illi
nois, all the rlL'ht. title and Intere-t of utd
.Ioeph JleKenzleorliN aM-lgim, In and toloLs
nunibvreil i;, (llileeii,) 1U (sixteen.) and 17
(i.cciiteen.) In block numbered ii wo.) in
thu Fourth addition to the said city ol Cairo,
uccortiiug 10 me recoriieu piai niereoi, wnn
tbe appurtcnauccs, to satisfy tbe purposes
inn coniiition 01 huh inoncat'o
H. .STAA IS I AYI.OK,
Tnistccs ol thu Cairo City Property.
Dated Cairo, Illinois, December 30, itt2.
la hereby riven that default havhiL- been
made for more than idxty days In the pay
ment 01 u iiuniou ui iuu aiuouni aecurcu 10
no nam uy a ecriaiu morit-uL-o executed uv
t;n 111 .iiuxwcn 10 samuei ftiaatx 1 ayior anil
tSdwin ruioiH. tr.iices 01 tnc calm city
Property, dated September 10. lw'l. and
recorded In the recorder' h office, In and Tor
Alexander county, in the state ol IIII110I1, in
book E, of deed'., on page 240, etc., we, the
underfilled wild trustees, will, on I riduy,
the 24th day ol January next. A. D.. 187:1. at
10 o'clock In the lorenoon or that day. under
and by virtue or the power or sale contnlnec
iu miiu morifragc. Ken, ai puoiiu auction, to
the highest bidder, lor cash, nt the office
I 1 iiuiiuingoi wuu 1 run tee, comer or wum
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At BARCLAY BROS.
OU SOKE THROAT,
Frcpsred and told
U And DWnfrctant, for Stable
At BARCLAY UROS.
" YOUNG AMUHCA,'
Viiil "Unlverval Standard."
At BARCLAY BROS.
HiniA Ann i.iuoi lira.
uiKton avenuo and tlgliteenlh street, in the
City or Cairo, in Alexander county and Mate
of Illinois, ail tne right, title and inle'cst ol
aid Krvlu 3Iaxwell or Ills nnslirifs. In mid to
city, and report! tbo following case of der, 7&1 25 ; Oolong B.ack, 751 00
tmall-aox: ono xnegro gin, 011 rour- young uyton, ci wx&i w.
. .1. -ji. KatWAAn Wallitnifton HViooiM I
!?; Z. - l, l tho bsr. CHEESE. New York Factory, new, V lb
... ..I- ..11 . nna..,ri,o Miii.i -,r 10rnc-
.ntm, "".' -
Jans Ward, in Jfourtb Ward. Theto
r , with th eight patients now In
Mew OrUtnn, 7uWc,
gallon, 5ctl 00
Keep your doors and gates shut with
(be Dudly spring from Ualley'a.
Fhaokant Sozopont. Harden and in
vlgorates tbo gums, purifies nnd perfumes
tne ureatii, cleanses, oeautines ana pro.
serves the teeth from youth to old ago
bold by all drugelst. U-VD-1 wddiw.
H. M. HULEN,
MEJcO II A N DI8 K B ROKElt
Purchasing tor Merchants a speciality,
Offlco 1 110 Ohio Levee, CAIRO, ILLS.
prRelerencos, Cairo MerckuiU.
HARD and SOFT LUMBEB
o nftrr rtwcrlpllen,
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR POSTr
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS
FnrBlshad on tfcortMt notlee.
Commeroial-av, bet 10th and llth-sta.
CAIRO CITY COAL
I. prprJ to mri'lr cnsiomoi with ih
PIHSBURG AND ILLINOIS
mtnMHR lntt at Ifallidav Umu. office.
ouio Lttvxx, or at the Coal Yard below the
St. Charle Hotel, will receive prompt atten
tion. The Tuo "Montaub" will bnng coal
aionguM to ateamera at any nonr.
IJNEGAR, MUNNft FUFK,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
OFFICE WINTER'S BLOCK,
GREEN & GILBERT,
William H.JroB, 1
Williasa B. UlltMrt,
isesia. atteatioa givea to Adsatrsltr aed
II SMYTH & CO.,
WHOLESALE URUUERH, j
OHIO L B V K K a
Also, kesp coasUDtlr on band a most' earn
plst stock of '- '
40OTCII AMD lBieU WHIHUli.' .,
a i K a.-
Fort, Maderia, Sherry and CatawU Viru
RJMYTn A CO. exclusively for c-h,l
, whleii fact ther Inflto thu n.pcl.l lln
Hnt elr. lArif.iii Itiif.r..
V. M . STOUKF LUTH,
sttrcan.na foiilb .TivnriSTM
llrotlfr biwI Wlnlr".lf lissale l
rr'lKi ami IHiiur-illo
WINES AND LIQUORS
J. K. LUFKIX,
WlioUsnte nuil Metal! fJraecr,
Has on hand nt all times Vegetables, Fruit
Butter and F.g,Xard,
Hon'ky, Tropical Fruits, Etc, Etc.
All t'limtti IVfirrtttt..! Vm. -t a
atTmall P?oiU. ... u
V. It. Ir, I. .I,.ll. .....l . . ....
city to Customers. " mo
WXST SIDE COMMERCIAL ATI, BBTWBK.H
17lh AXU 18tb eTRKKTS.
lot numbered 3 (Three), in block numbured
is (,iuriy-ei);iiii, in iuu una auuuion to miiu
city ot Clro, nccordliiK to tho recorded plat
mereui, wuu iuu appurtenance: io ail.l)
iuu iniriiune ami cuiiuiiiou 01 nam .iionirKU,
S. STAATS TAYLOR.
rn,t....l't..?t.i ?'it. iV..-i.. I IE lwp on hn4 constantly a full stark,
trustees o. tne Cairo City rroncrtv. I l tiu.ii.'inL. u..,in ui. vnnnn.
Dated, Cairo, Ills., December 30, l7i. . Whiskies. 1'rsniuh llrieli. IK.I hi,. I O
12-31-iUd noinii'V.. ti!..
No. 62 Ohio Luvkf,
CA1UO, 11.1 K.ois
Is hereby given that default having been
made for more than slxtv diiH In tho nav.
ineutof a portion or the amount i-eciired to
be paid by a certain mortgage executed by
Warren C. Dunnitig to Samuel Slants Taylor
iuu r.uwin ranoiii, iriisiec 01 1110 Cairo
Cltv Property, dated November 14th. IN)!.
anarccoracain tne recorder oiueo. in and
lor Alexander county. In the state or Illinois,
In ltz.nl.' V ifilnn nn ..'ii... ftdd n .....
the tindcmlgncd sold trustees, will on Fri
day, tne s-.ui uay ni .lanuary next, A. I).,
1873, at 10 o'clock in the lorenoon of that
day, under and by virtue or the power ol
Halo containcdjii Mild mortgage, sell, at pub
lic auction, to the lilL-hest bidder, lor e.ivli.
at inn nmeo ouiiuing oi snni irustecH. comer
or wasiiingtonnvemiuiinu KightecntliMrcct,
In tne city or Cairo. In Alexander emintv
mid Mate or Illinois, all tho rk-lil. ililo nml
lntercitorMiId Warren C. Hiinniii'' or liU ys
sIl'Iik. In mid to lots numbered 31 (I lilrhMinei.
und 32 (thirty-two), in block numbered 73
(sevcmy-liirec,) in sain city ot Cairo, accord
ing to tne recorded plat thercor, with tho
appurteiia.iceK. to Mitlsl'y tho purpose ami
conumoii oi sain monai;e.
8. STAA Tel TAYLOR,
Trustees of the Cairo City Property,
Dated. Cairo. UN.. December 30. 1n7-.
November 18, 167:
On the corner of 12th street and Washington
avenue, opposite Bulletin office.
Ih hereby given that dofuult having been
made for more than sixty jlayH In tin; pay.
meiit or a portion nl tho amount neciired to
bo paid by u certain mnrtirai'o executed by
.loheph Mciienzlo to Hauiilet Stanta Tiulor
and Kdwm rarsuns, tru.tecH or tho Cairn
City Property, dated March lflth, lfrC"), and
recorded in the recordcr'H office, In und for
Alexander rounty, in tlio statu or Illinois, in
book P, of deeds, on pago lift. utc. we, tlio
undersigned Mild trusteed, will, on Friday,
the tilth day ot January, next, A. I)., 183,
at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of that da v. tin.
durund by virtue or tlio power or Halo con-
tamed in J-aui mortgage, hen, at puiiiie auc
tion, to the hlulicst bidder, for cash, ut tbn
officii building of Miid trustees, corner or
waHiiingtnn avenue ami r.iKiitecntii street,
In tho city or Cairo, In Alexander county
and state of Illinois, nil the right, title, f ml
liileiesi oi fcaiu .losepu jicucimu or liln us.
sIlmih. In and to lots lllilnliered 32 (thlrlv.
two), 33 (thirty-three), and 31 (thiity-fouri,
in block numbered 2 (two), in tho fourth ml.
ditiou to said elty ol Cairn, according to tho
recorded plat thereof, with tho iippiiilciiuu
cch to satisfy the purpose and condition o
8. STAATS TAYLOR,
TrustccH or tho Cairo City Property,
Duted. Cairo, Ills, December 30, lHi'J.
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1872
Tuition Irom $2 to $'J0 per tenn.
IN CLASSES OF 1 TO 1 EACH.
No' pains will be spared to make It
. AND SATISFACTORY
to nil concerned.
. N. P. CUlvtlOK, Director.
Teacher of Vocal, Organ mid 1'i.mo .Music,
Teacher of Wltd and String Im'riimcnta
(Suo circular,) ll-tl tf
PffJa--0-10tBl,OOMa T AMD Sotju
T7f llaTIQIfAX BAXK.
Tho tax bonks lor tho current year hav
ing been placed In my hands, I would re
peet fully call thu attention of tax-pavers to
section K, or the luws or 1872, which pro.
vldes that whero parties own personal pmp.
orty as welljas real estate, tlio personal prop.
crtymunttliKt be destnilned before the real
estate eau bo sold. I bHALL TIIKRKORK.
utter the FIRST DAY OF FEBRUARY
NEXT, commence to destraln for such tuxes
in conformity with wild section. Tux-pay-era
by paying duo regard to this notice will
hsvo both trouble and cost, us the luw upon
tho subject is Imperative, The hook nro
open at my office. Office hours from 0
o'clock a. in. ton o'clock p. m.
M,v X. U.1RVIN, Collector,
Cairo, Dev. 81,1872. d2w,
No. 104 Commkiicial Avk.nuic,
li1!.,,!..!! Ujm.tt .111.1 A 1IWirtj.il, 1 nftltl.t, .....
. . u.tt,, Man. ........ it,(, ti-iiut;i jo
of all colors, and beaver ami broadcloths
CONSTANTLY ON HAND)
And mado up In tho
And at tho lowest price. A lino lit and llrst
clusi work guaranteed. .Satiiluetlon In ov
ry ro spect wurrauted.
iDANIEL LAM PERT,
FOR LADIES, MEN AND CHILDREN,
Eighth St., Bt. Com. As Wash.,
TH3 M"BW BYgTXM.
aitOCKKIXS bbtailbo at wbolmalb
f fBlCBS FOB CAIB.
AT H. C. THIELEOKE'S STORE
WASUIHOToN AVBNUB, BBTWBBW TBBTB
AMD KLKVBBTB S1BBBTS.
Ot. 'bs. dkt Cuba Sugar for - - - $6 0
J - - . I 00
'i J lbs. A cofTco Sugar, N. Y. Std. - 1 00
I " Prima Rio CoBm for - - l 00
1 " Choico " - - I 00
3 " Old Government Java - - 1 0C
Teas and other staple and fancy Groce
ries equally as cheap.
Good now and rull weight given. Call
Aad Deslsr In
VEGETABLES, .miJITS. EGGS, LARD
FRESH BUTTER, ETC.
1.erm St. andCommercIalArsl
H. M. nULEm,
GROCER and CONFECTION
And Dealer in Foreign FruiU &Nut,
No. 134 Commorcial-avo.,
Ha just opened a now and stylish cstub
l.shmcnt, fully up to tho times, and Invites
old customers and now, muies, cnuuren huu tlon Having a nixn ivputauert
all, to favor him with their patronapp. ' conduct aud profeulwl sale.
NEW YORK, STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAUQXST VA11IKTY STOCK IN THB OITT
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Corner or NlactP.ntli strsslaaa Cam
OKOKOE D. WILLIAMSON,
AMD DEALBB IN
Open day' and night (or the accomodation
TO. 73 OHIO LEVIS Q
Happy Relief for Young Men from the Ef.
fectw of Krrors and Abuses In early lire.
Manhood restored.) Impediments to Mar.
hood removei'. New method of t res, tweet.
New nnd remarkable remotes. Book and
circulars sent free, to sealed envelopes.
Address Howard AssociatloB, No. S South
Ninth street, Pnlladejplm-Pa.. an instltu.
tlon having a hlh ivputatiea for honorable
uii.IiiaI lnfn.aUHll . (U f a