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CAIRO DAILY -BULLETIN, FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 1873.
THJj BULLETIN.
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WKaTIEB KErOlT.
t V. 8. Sm. I, OMtivn't OrrtcK,
n . I 1 A IMI a I
BWMMUrSoA ud riling.
WMiMrihWMt, vateltjr, 13 mile por
, titfu.M.,UMptara, hit 14 faonn,
MlsjisBstssi temperature, last 54 hour,
cm;ii. ',4""
TrtTftlHac winl, wwtby northwwt.
,Tui V1oeltyof Wind, lat34hour, 160
mllM.
Thomas L.'Watoh, Observor.
DIED.
MtABi. Died In Cairo, Ills., January
1873, Mn. Amelia C. wlfo of J. U.
Maars, and mother of Mrt. D. W. Munnj
n ;! MYont)'-flvo year and two month.
Tbo funeral service will bo held at tho
T'resbvUrian church thli afternoon at 1
M, 'cluck.
Sermon by Ror. II. B. Thayer.
CONFIDENCE MEN.
HOW ONK OF THEM SWINDLES
OLD MAN OUT OF 1119 KAIL
110AD TICKET.
AN
KawiN Maxwell U paying visit to
fit nuuiorou friend here.
CoxkintRAiiLK Ice wa moving out of
the Ohio river yesterday. Not enough
however, to interfere with the (hipping.
Tobacco Salrb. To-day at 11 o'clock
a. m., at StreughB & lllnkle' tobacco
warehouse, eleven bhd on the brakes.
Just received And for (tie, at 135 Ohio
luvce, fifty bArreli ot Early Rosa ut-d po
tatoes And tlvo tierce of S. P. ham.
Wantxd. A girl to do general house
work. Apply at the corner of Eighth
street and Onto levee. l-&-3i
Ml. Pkbkimi, the clover landlord of the
l'erkin bouse at Vienna, was in the .city
yesterday purchasing furniture for bit ho
tel.. VlllTINO Miss Sue Rexford, .Laura
Kyle and Emma Uuntington, all of Blue
Iiland, neat Chicago, are paying a viilt to
Mr. Roxford, of till city.
Last evening large quantities of ice,
fully 10 incfae in thickness, were running
out of the Mississippi river, In contequenco
t f which no boat left for the South.
Thnma Conner, a citizen of Vicksburg,
applied to our authorities yesterday for
aid to help him In getting to Chicago.
To them he related the following hlitory
of hi misfortune lince hi departure from
home: He bought a socond-clais ticket at
Vlckiburg to Chicago, for which he paid
23 CO. Everything went all right on his
journey until he reached Columbu, Ky.,
night bofore last, when ho became a vlcv
Urn of misplaced confidence. On (tapping
from tbo train on board of the transfer
(teamer'Iliinoia, he was approached by a
youngith looking man, who seemed to act
In the capacity of clerk.ot thn boat, ask
ing him (Conncrs) If ho had a ticket. " Of
courio I have," said Conncrs, handing his
ticket to the assumed clerk, who detachod
a small piece from hal Conncrs thought
the ticket, handjng back the balanco toll,
ing him, " All right, go back aft..'
Shortly after, when the clerk of the
boat called on Conner lor his ticket, he
drew forth from bis pocket tho ploeo
handed back to him by the assumed clerk.
Rut lo, and behold, it was nothing moro
nor lets than a railroad programme, or
time card, and of course, of no value what
ever. Thon for tho flnt tlmo lie became,
awaro that ho had been swindled by a
sharper. Unfortunately Connors it here
without money or friend and four hun
dred miles away from home.
COUNTY COURT PUOCE ED1NGS.
A II Irvln, sheriff, for serving
eloctlon notices, etc 20 00
John Cain, for services as county
constable in circuit court,
twenty days, $2 80 SO 00
William llolden, constable, for
same services, twelve davs 80 00
George Weldon, constable, for
same services, sixteen days 40 00
J4 J Buckley, bailiff in circuit
court, ten days at $3 por day... 20 00
J II Uossman, for same services,
thirteen days 20 00
R Fitzgerald, for same services,
sixteen days 32 00
John M Strabail, for same ser
vices, ten day 20 00
Alexandar II lrvin, shoriff, Mt
cir-
GO 00
60
& 00
18 00
18 00
18 00
C 00
18 00
IB 00
18 00
G 00
C 00
Call and o thu "Hollo Treble" piano
nt the Conservatory SL Loul manufac
ture. It I beautiful.
3t N. P. Cujiticb, Agent.
Ir you want your piano or organ tuned
cr repaired, apply to tho Contervatory of
Music, cornor of Washington avenuo and
Twelfth treet. Satisfaction guaranteed
or no pay.
lw
Ex-Sntatrr Sauukl Lbwis of Pulaikl
county, who bad a hone stolen from his
Mable a few days ago, has recovered tho
l:ore at Thebe in this county and captur
ed the thief in Bloomfiold, Mo.
OrriccR Dillinusly yoiterday brought
Anna Bar.ll, Clara S immer and Frankiu
Ht.Clair, Inmate ol a down-town establish
ment, before Judge Bros who assessod a
fine of $10 and costs against each of them.
Tho coit were promptly paid, and time
granted for the payment of the fine.
Live Stock. Last evening 340 head of
Log, 193 of cat'lo, nnd one live buffalo ar
rived here bv the Cairo and St. Loul
Short Line road from St. Louis, for reship
ment to Now Orleans. They are the prop
erty of Mr. Joioph Mulhall of St. Louis,
und wero shipped on thu Thotnpion Dean.
Mr. Tno. VT. Lfhigb of Vincennei,
1 as purchased two lot, tho corner and ad
joining one on the toulhoaat corner of
Twelfth and Poplar stroot, where he In
tend to erect a two-story brick rotldenco.
The work will be commenced as soon a
the weather will permit. The lot wore
purchased for $600 oaeh, and tho building
will cost about $6,000.
Amoko the arrival at the St. Charles
yesterday wore P. McOocken, Washing
ton, Ind.; II. C. Boutwell, J. Andrews, L.
Frlnk and M. Houghton, Chicago ; Owen
J. Stockton and wife, Philadelphia: J. P.
Leonard, Effingham; F. T. Tbompon
and lady, St. Louis; F. M. Simpon, Vi
enna, IH.; S. J. Poke, Louisville ; and
Goo. Fox of Citnclnnatl.
PoruLARLKoroaE.-R.iv.il. B.Thayer
ha been Invited, and ha contented to do
liver hi lecture entitled
"SELF-MADE, OR THE ROYAL
HIGHWAY,"
In the Presbyterian church of this city on
MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY 13,
Under the auspice of the ladle
of the Pretbyterian church. A
Mr. Thayer givei the entiro proceed! to
the L.dlos' Church Fund.lt it hoped thatall
the friend of the church and society will
improve thi opportunity to hoar this lec
ture, and in to doing contribute directly
to a eood cauie and worthy object. 1 .9-4.1
Tuc municipal olooiijii will be bold nn
the third Tuetday of April, ome two
months later than the usual time of hold
ing the election under the present system
Under tho new order of tblngi thu elec
tlon will lake place in pleaianl weather,
Just whan It will be delightful lo "elec
tioneer j" to walk about town to ee how
thine look ; V Jtreat" one friend and
enemies alike; to tbuko bandi promis
cuously, and be ball fellow well met with
everybody. Tako it nil in all, thu mid
le of April, which in Cairo it utually at
balmy at May it in other localitlct, it a
teore agreeable time to attend to the butl
nass of electing rity officials than the Mut
tering close of February, or the very often
wet. dismal and chilly beginning of
March.
ii T
Mr. (J bo. Hteimuouse, barber and bair
' I dresser, corner of Eighth street and Com-
merele! aveoue,delro to call the attention
f the bearded community to hU neatly ft
raagod salooe, and the fact that b is mu
ter f kU Brofesslon is all its branches.
Me kx4 Uarded auoy a lion in his den, and
call (or tc. tf.
DKCKMHKUTEIIM, 1872.
II0NDAY MORN1.NO, 9 O'CLOCK DEC. 2.
Present, Hon. F. ltrois, jiilgn ; S. Mar
chlldon and Jainei K. McCrito, aMo
ciatei; Jacob O. Lynch, clerk; and Al
exander II. Irvln, theriff.
Thu two bond of John Knulli, for the
purposo of tolling pirltuous liquor in
Unity, ono for $600 and ono for $3,000,
were ieverally approved.
Tho following report of road t upurvit-
ort for 18712, were approved, viz :
Dit. No. 1, Tho. J. Wilton, supervisor.
13, Rufut Millor, '
" 14, lUnry Whitakcr, "
" 17, Adam Kaufman, 11
18, John II. Uarrvtt,
" 20, K. A. Short, '
" 10, David Urown,
It appearing lo tbe court that nono of
tho person mentioned In the report of said
David Drown havo worked out their time,
It was ordered that tho said Brown bring
suit against each party owing road labor.
TUKRDAY, DECEMBER 3, RRCONII DAY.
Tho following named persons were al
lowed the sums set oppotito their roipcct
ve names, and orders ordered to be drawn
on tho county treasurer accordingly, to
wit :
St. .Mary's Infirmary, for keeping
laupura three month to Nov. UO.In
nil or hill for $m (JO $I6C CO
U..Fitzgcrald, Jailer, for dieting pris
oners three mouth &.V! &o
John A. M. (HIiIh keeping paupers
three" uinntlm nt farm . SOU 07
Dr. V. Wood, for one quarter's
xerricca a phynleiaii "." 00
Dr. W. Wooil for money paid out
anil vl-lln to patipcri M S
Nicholas Felth, for uoIUim ami bury-
liiK' tmiinen CI 00
II. C llurkhouneii. for medical at
tendance on paupers at poor farm. 72 W)
Joliii 11. Uomuan, coroner, lor hold
In;: inmif!iU und burying bodyii ol
pauueni 38 00
jorepu Anioni, lor money auvanccu
on uecouni oi paupcrxuuu xenieea 'J., i.i
(joldstine & Itotcmvaler, for cloth
ing lor pauper 0 70
Dr. William wood, for wood, nix
cords lor circuit clcr' olllce.... 21 00
S. Murclilldon, lor money advanced
on account of pauperit .... !!5 00
Klllott A lliiythonie, for hIiocn for
pauper 1 oO
J. O. ltolwin;,', for kooiIk for paupers 2 23
K. lirots, lor money paid on uccount
of paupers 4 or
ltvun ti Lawretiec, for lumber for
roau , u m
Thomas Wllfon. for extra labor ou
road in lull of bill for U 7 00
James II. Atherton, for money paid
lor lumber for roads 14 20
Wood A Hon, for lumber for b:ldgu U 30
St. Charles hotel, for boarding Jury,
thirteen, ft! 23 it day 68 00
John O. Ylek, for ejetra labor ou
roads 0 00
Wall ti F.nt, for lumber for road .... 16 1U
John (,'raw, lor extra labor ou roads
in full ol bill for 30 60 20 00
JO AW M Mcl'bcten, for lumber
for road 0 00
Jeic Jackson, lor lumber for roads. 17 1 1
D jiarciuiuon, lor lime una expense
in tuning joepii iinruin lo tuu in
stitution for feeble-mludcd chil
dren. Jacksouille 30 00
Cairo City Uas comtany, foriras.... 23 b3
Cairo City Ou company, for gas.... 37 13
11 Inln, for Ink, 11 bottles tor
county clerk 2 20
J II Melcalr, for lee in court-house.. 1081)
r .M vuru, for -u ions coal lor uko
In court-house ft) 00
J 11 Oherly, for record for county
aim circuit cierK i ou
Culver, I'uv'e, Hoyne & Co, lor
blanks 22 20
Culter, Page, lloync & Co, for
blanks lo 00
M U Harreli, for publishing
county court proceeding for
three months and forniihlntr
170 paper 2B 60
William EichotV, for lsxk rack in
county clerk' vault 67 00
H Able, lor repair ou window
In court-home & 00
Parker & lllake, for window cur
tains and fixture) for circuit
clerk' olHce 1C 00
H A Hannon, for (tationery for
county clerk 10 10
It was ordered that tho nun of $3C bu
appropriated to James II. Noble, a poor
9 00
3 00
3 00
00
00
C to
C 00
c oo
c oo
o oo
o oo
9 00
person, for his support, until such time as
he can bu removed to the poor farm, said
Noble having had his leg amputated and
being unable to turlport himtnlf.
WEDNESDAY MOUSING, 9 O CLOCK, br
CEMIIEK 4, THIRD DT.
Tho following bill wero allowed, and
rdered to bo paid out of tbo county
treasury, vie:
II. WaUou Webb, county attorney
f-cs 100 00
J. C. Wliltc, county superintendent
ot schools fees, lorty-nluu days at
Ki per day, und olllce rent mid
fuel three months 283
.1. l. I.VIieh. county cleik's lees ... HI (13
lltchard rltZKerald, 11 unlays scrvlco
as Damn in county court to uate , . 10 00
John Cain, bailiff in county court with
drew bis bill for services as bailiff.
Tbo bill of A. II. lrvin, sheriff, for tcrv
ing jurors, amounting to tbo sum
$176 70, dm coritinuinl until the casu o
L. U. Myers vs Alexander county, now
before tbe supreme court, is docided. Th
tamo questions as to the legality of the bill
being involved in said case.
Hills of the following named person
wore allowed and ordored to be paid out
th county treasury, via:
Riihard Fitsgerald, for servicu
u Jaaitev for three Booths 00 00
twenty days attendance on c
cult court, at S3 nor dav
Jacob G. Lynch, county olork.
for fee in criminal cam8 31
J A Fry, for carpenter work at
South Cairo poll
Thnma Wilson, judguof election,
six dav '
( W McRealg.dltt
J S Swayne, ditto
K C Uhl, clerk of oloction, two
day
John II. Robinson, judge of elec
tion, six days
It Fitzgerald, ditto
Chariot F Nellie, ditto
J C Sullivan, clerk of election,
two days.
M J McOuuley, ditto
N Hunaakor, judgo of election,
throe (lays.
Victor Trutell, ditto
A W Simons, Judgu of election
three days
F M Wade, clerk of olectlon ono
day
Henry lluusker, clerk of election
cno day
Dickerton, judgu of olectlon
four days -. 12
Thomas Martin, judgu of election
four days 12 00
O U recti lee, jtlilgu or olectlon two
days
Knoch Metcalf, judge of oloction
two days
II M Mekeuiiu, clerk of election
two day
E O Raiser, clerk of election two
days
David Kvorhart, Judge of olectlon
three days
J C McPnelers, ditto
J W Renfrow, ditto
W R Reynold, clerk of election
one day
J II Reynold', dim
Uriah McUollum, judge of elec
tion four days
Joseph Itrown, ditto
Jafpor Cillly, ditto
Thomas A Urown, clerk of elec
tion two days
Suvere March ildoii. ditto
J L Sandersjudge of election four
Uays , " w
A J iluucb. ditto 12 00
John Craig, ditto 12 00
W I. 1'arkor, clerk ot election
two days
J C Morgan, ditto ...
Itiucard Palmer, judge oi election
threo days
Mark Provo, ditto
Peter F Richardson, ditto
James K McCrito, clerk ot elec
tion one day
Salmon Uazlewood, ditto,
JUS Ilargi, Judge of election
four day
W J Millord, ditto
O W Erwin, judge or election
four days...
DDC Uarges, clerk, throo day..
Oeorge Wright, ditto
W J Milford for bringing oloction
returns from Unity to Cairo
S Uaxlewood, lor brlrfglng olec
tlon returns from Uuilewool...
J L Saunder, for bringing elec
tion return from Clear Creek
Uriah McCollum, for bringing
oloction returns from Thobes...
J W Renfrow, for bringing elec
tion return from Santa Fe
K Dickeron for bringing election
return from Ooote Island
N llunsaker, for bringing return
of election from Dogtooth
B R Lonir, for services a consta
ble at Thebes precinct on elec-
(bin Ativ ......
William Mcllale justice of tho
peace, for holding inquesi aim
burvim; bodv
,'orry Powerst for hortn hire on
"mint of nauners -
Maurice Crean, In lieu of an order
heretofore destroyed by mo
poiirt 10 00
N llunsaker, for extra labor on
road
Thomas J McClure, for lumber
for bridge ..............
John Craig, for lumber for brldgo
The following bonds of justices ol the
oeacu and constable! wero severally reject
ed, on account of the penalty being only
$1,000 when It should Jiavu been $2,000:
Josie Jackson. J. P., Ooose islana ; Jonn
II. Reynolds, J. P., Santa Fe; Alexander
O. Hodges, J. P., Unity ; Charles Mobnen
P.. North Cairo; S.imuol Uriloy, J. r.,
South Cairo; Ell Ahihlre constable, Ooote
Island: William L. Parker constable,
Clear Creek.
The bond ot Ransom Thompson J, P., for
Thebes precinct, was approved
William Martin county treasurer, mado
a report showing a balance tu hi hands
of $11,089 87. Report approved.
The following roports of road suporvi
tors for 1872, wero approved :
Dili. No. 19, John Craig, suporvlsor.
o 3, Jetie Jackson,
2, N Huniackor, "
The following inquetts were approved
On tho body of Jacob Green, Nov. 'J5,
1872.
On the body of unknown mun, bopt,
1S7J.
On tbo body of unknown man, Sept. -3,
1872.
Tho bond of Thos. J. Craig, given for
the prlvilego of keeping a grocery in the
town of Unity was,.on account of tho in-
sufficiency of tho security, rejected.
The report of Joshua C. Vick super
vitor of dlttrict fifteen was approved.
Tho renorts of Dr. W. Wood on thu
condition of paupers in Cairo, nnd of Pr,
II. U. Harkhauiun on the condition of pau
ders at thu poor-farm, wore suverully ap
proved,
On petition, sections 30 and 31 In T
14 R 2 W and section C in H 15 R 2 W
wero ordered to be taken from Clear Creek
and Unity precincts and added to Thubos
precinct.
It wrs ordored that the order of the
highway commissioners of F 17 S R 1 W
on the shoriff for tCOO to be paid to the
county of Alexandor as soon as sufficient
nf road-tax in said township had been
collected, bo turned over to the county
treasurer,
12 00
VI 00
12 00
C 00
o oo
6 00
c oo
9 00
9 00
9 CO
3 00
3 00
12 00
V 00
12 00
U 00
C 00
2 10
'1 60
3 50
2 00
2 60
1 SO
1 GO
200
28 83
5 00
8 00
20 00
24 00
that on 'the 17th day of October, a man'
named It. Talleofouswnt an inmato of tho
county poor-house in and for said county
and too ill to talk, died on tho 18th of
samo month: and furthor, that said de
ceased lett tho following personal effects,
to-wit; one quit claim deed, and othor
papers of no valuo, and two dollars and
sevonty-flvecenU in currency, nil of which
tho undersigned delivered to tho brother
of tho deceased upon his paying to said
undersigned tho sum of six dollar nnd
eighty cents, 'being tho cost to thu county
of thn sickness and burial of said doceated;
and furthor, that tbo said sum of monoy
has been paid over to William Martin,
county treasurer of said county, as por ro
celpt horowlth.
Tho contract for publishing tho county
court proceedings, abatement Hit and tho
names of parties assessed for personal
taxes, was nwardeqto Tin: OAtuo Bulle
tin for tho sum ol fifty dollars. Tho pub-.
Mention to bo tnndo In both tho dully nnd
weekly editions of said paper.
Tho report of J.O. Lynclicmmly clerk,
Hint ho had issued nn order ou tbo trcutury
for the sum of $310 to Leander Axley, In
payment of balance duo him for making
tho road from Cairo to Mound City, was
approved, and tho clerk' actions con
firmed. This fen bill of tho ahcriff nnd circuit
clerk were taken under contidcrutlon nnd
continued.
VltlDAY 'MOIINI.1U, DrCEUUBU C, VIKTII
DAY.
Contract wero nwurded us follows, for
1873, viz:
J. W. Renfrow, county phytlcinn nt
poor fnrm, for $.100.
Henry Planort, keeper of poor, poor
housu'nnd farm, nt $1 1 per month fur pnu
por over twelve years old; of thnt'ngu
and under, $9 pur month.
W (1 Carey, for furnithiug cacli coffin
nnd burying body ut Cairo, for ouch
coffin $3 60 nnd for burlnl $3 60.
For burial nt cemntcry $" each, nnd ?o
for uuch coffin. Tho contrnctor wns re
fjuired to lurnlili to the county clerk tho
number of thogruvo,tho iiaiuu of deceased,
ago, nativity, rcsidunt or non-rctldent,
etc.
Thn county clerk was directed to place
upon tho tux book tho following ferries,
with tho tax sot oppotito tho nniiie, viz :
Cairo furry $26 00
Greenfield's, ferry 26 00
Capo Girardeau ferry 26 Oo
Santa Fo ferry 10 00
Tho clerk was directed to Ijmio citations
a.aintt all delinquent road supervisors for
1872, to nppoar nnd mako settlement ut tho
noxt term of tho court.
Tho salary of the county judgo of this
county was flxod at $1,000 per Htinum.
F. Bros county Judgo wns allowed SI10.0C
in full of snlnry to Ut of December Inst.,
from July 1st, laU.
SATUKDAY, UKI. 7, MXTH HAY.
It was ordernd that when tho court ad
journ it adjourn until tho 17th Inst:
Tho following named officor wero al
lowed the sums sut oppotito their respec
tive names for services, per diem, attend
ing county courts to date, viz:
S. Marchlldon overseer of the poo
msde the following report to the court,
which was approved and his acrton In tho
premise confirmed, vii:
To tbe Honorable County Court, ot Alex
ander Countv. State of Illinois:
The undersigned beg leave to report
.. $2C 00
.. 20 00
.. 81 00
1. 81 20
HBVKNTII
jurors and mileage in full of
bill for $123 CO 117 60
J G Lynch, county clerk, for
making tax book for 1872 for
state.county nnd city taxes, and
'.tnaklnir. report of samo 1.038 17
S, Marchlldon, nstoclnte, for ser- .
vices holdlnir court to dale... 17 60
James K McCrTlo, ustoclnto, for
samo sorvices is oo
Whorotipon tho court adjourned until
court in course. By order of thu court.
Jacoii O. Lynch, County Clerk,
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
AIITIIUK llQl'LU,
Contractor and Builder
llai returned to Cairo and Is prepared lo
tako contracts lor
ALL KINDS OF BUILDINGS
Anil especially refers lo his past icrord In
lairo us it 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 e r.
Headquarters ut R, II. Ciuinlnlmni's, I
Ciilinncicl.il incline deferences to Iteeil ,V I
.Maim, It, II. Cunningham und John Wood,
'I I-IUll.
(I. -M. A h 1) H X,
Latu of Thomas ,t Allien,
A N D
COMMISSION MLRCllAiNT
FLOUR, ML'AL, GRAIN, HAY, Ac.
No, I.'IS onto Li:vi:i:, Cmto.
tjTCuh advances on (loods on sight.
IIKKKUK.mjkh: .CitV National ll.ink of
Cairo, Klivt National Hank ufl'lilcagu.
1-1(1.
HAMt stati;ii:.vin
POItTtnTtl report of llic c.millilun of ihe Kirt
I National 1 auk ufljlrj, Illinois at the ilmt uf lu
"in lectin Wr , Ir7i.
UiaOUIiCT-S.
I .n in and diicoiiriK f CM? TH
rcrJr.irt ... 1,111 i.l
V. S. llomU tnhccurecirctilition loomi no
U. bomU ami ttcuilltc t.n
luiitl :),'jeo M
Other fttoiks, tiutiji anj niurt
liaitn lo.li.i no
Premium, paid 4 67
Tile frum redeeming and re
re agent - ftlo (1
Due from oil er national kinLi... . I,;; 81
Due from bankt and bankers...
Heat cttate In,l!a tvi
Furniture and liituret a,ni I'j
Current expemc M- (O
Catll Itcmi, Including revenue
fttamK H 27 05
Cath on li.ind in cvin oi
Currency.... tt,Wi 01 'jn.t.Vl 03
a&tfii Ot
l,(mn in
'J,Kl7 !!
!l,l"l eo
W.Mlll tl
LIAMI.lTim.
Cap tal itoek
I.luuincc, Interest, prulil anj
Circulation outstanding M
Individual deposits H
Vx.1,7.1 "(
State of Illinois, Alexander county, city of Cairo,
I, ('. N. Hughes, cashier of (he first National
(Unk of Cairo, do solemnly stsear that the ahose state
ment Is lni to the lies! of oiy knowletUe and belief.
C. N. MUC.I1KS, Cashier.
Sulncrihcd ami sworn to before me this Sixth day
.ofjannary, 17-1.
CIIAS. CUNNINGHAM, Noiiry Public.
correct Attest :
11. HUKI).
ItOlf I'. W. MII.M:K. ) Mrectort
II. MKYEKS,
8 Marchlldon, astocjato
J E McCrlte, Htsouinto
J O Lynch, Co clerk
A II lrvin, sheriff
TUESDAY 1IORNINO. DEO. l(
11AY.
Court mut purtunnt to ndjournmont,
Tho tin book boln( not yet ready for
action by tno court, it wns orderod thnt
the court adjourn from day to day until
tho 20th intt.
F HI PAY MOUNINO, DUC. 'JO, TKNTU I1AY
A. II. Irvln, collector of tho -revenue
for 1872, filed his bond in tho penal sum
of $.'53,000. with W. 1. Ilulliiliiy, A. ,
tmU'ord and it. II. Cunningham, as cecuri
tie. Tho bond was approved nnd re
corded.
Tha report of the trustees liorotoforo ap
pointed by tho court to hold tho bonds is
sued to the Cairo nnd Vlncennes railroad
company, nnd tho receipt of said company
for the bonds delivered to said chmpnny
by ald trustees woro soverally approved
nnd ordered to bu recorded. And it was
ordered that tho said trustees deliver
to tho county treasurer tho coupons de
tached from said bonds, together with tho
Uvo one thousand dollar bonds, for which
tho one hundred thousand dollars stock in
tr.id mil road was sold, nnd tho treasurer
was directed to cancel taid bunds and
coupons m by law required.
The county treasurer was ordered to
pay lo the Cairo and Vcnccnnes railroid
compvny on tho 1st day of January, 1873(
tho sum of threo hundred nnd thirty-seven
dollars and sovonty-six cunts, thu amount
of interest on iiinoty-flfu thousand dollars
of said bonds for sixteen dnys.
Tho report of John C. Whlto county
superintendent of schools, for the yoar end
ing November iHlth, 18(2, wns approved.
Tho bond of Henry I'lunert, for tho
faithful performance of his duty ns keeper
wf thn poor nt poor-farm with John Wood
and II. C. Ilarkhnuten ns security, was ap
provjd, as w also said I'Jnnorl's contract
lor keeping the poor ut poor-farm.
Tim bond of John B. Reynolds, .1.1',,
in Santa Ko preclnt was approved.
Thn reports of Joseph C. Cameron
supervisor of road dinlrict No. C, nnd of
Henry I'lanert, supervisor of dlttrict No.
8, and of French Jones, supervisor of dis
trict No 7 were sovorally approved,
A cltntion wns ordered to bn Ifaiied
attaint N. llunsaker, late county treasurer
to pay ovor the money In his hands to his
successor, thy amount lining thu samo de
posited by Louis liouck, for swamp land
claimed by him to belong to Aleaxnnder
county.
HATltlttlAY, IlKC. 'Jl, KI.KVKNTII PAY.
The interest on tho bonds Issued to tho
Cairo and Ht. Lulls railroad company bo
Inc payablo nt tho Ocean National bank
of Now York, tho county treasurer was di
rected to utcertaln whether said interest
mutt be paid at suid bank, and if so to for
ward, by tho llrst day of January next,
sufilclont money to pay said interctt.
The bonds of the soveral county olllcor
of the county woro oxnnilnod nnd ap
provod. Tho following named person woro nl
lowed tho sums sot opposite their respec
tive namei at per bills filed, via:
John Q. Harman, Ihio circuit
clerk, for fees in criminal casu
in full of bill for $230 UU $202 05
John Q. ilarman, Into recorder,
for recording, deed for county 2 10
A II Irvln, iharltr, for (erring
REPORT of the condition of the City National
Hank ol Cairo, at Cairo, in the state of Illinois at
close of business pecember -,"lh, 1&7J
It&OUKCKS.
Loans and discounts
Overdrafts.,....
U. S. bonds to secure circula
tion -
U. S. bond, on hand
Other stocks, l.jnds and ttiort
sages Due frum redeeming and re
serve agents izb,i:t .11
fga.'M M
1.1,711 J
Jll,.l I.l
1 j.l.Vj OU
s,ICl 1:
I rue from national banks ,
(tie fiom other banks and
bankers
Ilanklug house
Other real estate '.
Current expenses ..
Taxes paid
( hecks and other cash Items,
tills of national banks
fractional currency, and
nickels
Specie, coin
Legal tender notes
13,102 0J
13.61 M 11.1,201 77
OO
lll.KJU OU
4,81S 72
00
3,r?3 or,
l,17l 7.1
23.0UU OO
3S.IXI 00
6,OJI 'J-J
i:a w
n,ioc 11
fcJ,(7 .1
1.1 AIllLlTIES.
Capital stock paid tn ltm.Kio no
Surplus fund . 'Hi.ifM oil
Klchang 8,131 tl
Interest 't;V I"
i'rofitand loss 'il.lll 21! 1,73 67
Circulation outstanding VU.ioi Ol
Hue to national banks V,"fS !
Due to state banks and bankers. 4I.1.VJ tl
Individual deposits IT3,'.V IS
Mi,HI7 ot
State nf Illinois, county of Alexander, ss.
I, A II. SatTird, cashier of the City National Hank
ol Cairo, do solemnly swear ih.t the above statement
Is tnie to the best of my knuwlede and belief.
A. II. SAt'tOK II. Cashier.
SuWiibcd and sworn to before me this 7th day of
Jannary, 167.1.
II. II. CAN'DF.E, Notary I'ublic.
Correct Attest :
It, II. CUNNINGHAM,1)
I. I). WILLIAMSON, V I'lrcctors.
II. L. HALLIDAY. . 1
WINKN A.MS l.lsAOUHW.
It. SMYTH & CO.,
j WHOLESALE OKOUKKS, j
01110 LiYir.
OAIUO. ILLINOIS.
AIko, keep conJtanlly nn hriml a most com
plt r.tock nf
rltX'TCH AMD IBISIl WUIRKUB
-O I U H.-
Port, Madoria, Sliorry and Catawba "Wines
JMVTn A CO. nell nli'limlvrlj for cah, to
tV. "men iki inr invite in expneiai anon
tion l cn.f lirKin InirvrK.
BA.KOXjA.ir BROTHERS,
AVIIOI.IMALK.AND ItETAIIj
v DRUGGISTS, i t
1TO. 74: OHIO LIjVBe
rpl
l.clail and I'rcscnptioii
Comer H'nshliiKloii Ao
ami KlKhth street.
CIIKST FUOTECTOHS.
Of chamois: uml rithhlt skin,
for weak liiiijp.
Ax JIAItCLAY BltOS.
CIII.OKATI:
CHElVIICALiSJ L02ges
1 Oil SOUR TilUOAT,
Jrci.ircd add sold
Jlr IJAUCLAV IlltOS
ARCiayj ROTHERS horse and .
CATTLB MEDICINES
Ami Dislnfectaiits lor Stable
At BAUCI.AY UltOH.
0 FINE CIGAK.S,
. " iioxnv iiKi-"
"YOU.N'tJ AMKKICA,
And "t;ujcral .Standard."
At HA HOI, AY UUOS.
Il-id-ti.
B BRUSHES, SfsTUFFS, H)
ti UHB COSMETICS BKfe4MTU&' Hl C
x TO,LCT B9 r1 W S
2sBBJBJjrjMjJ I BI(suJ(B
iiiiMi:uii:s.
1 s. . ..
2T33w EasTTEiaapiaiaDEai
.1. K. LUKKIN,
IVIiolenli- unit Itelisll firorrr,
Has on luii'l nt all I line. 'eetalile, I'm It i
llutter anil K'. I.ard,
IIONKY, TkOl'ICAI. KllUITH, KtC, KTC
IjT"AHkooiU W'aiTanteil Pr(".li, anil solil
alMiull I'rollt,
N. II. Parcels ildlvcreil to aiiy part of tltc
city to Cti'tonierK.
WKST MIIK CllStMKIlOI.Vt. AVB., IIKTWKKM
ITtll A Nil Ittlll KTI.KKTH.
2-20-lf
OAIUO, II.I.IXIS.
F. M. 8TO0KFLHTH,
sveeusoa o rouui iturarnin
Iterliryxr nml WlinlNnlt Ilealo
tVatrsslKit nuil lliiinmMri
In
WINES AND LIQUORS
No. (12 Ohio Lkvfe,
OA1HO, ILLINOIB
HHIonpitnn lisnd cnnstsnlly a
(11,1 KroitllrkT Honrhnn. ltn 1
irk Whl.kiHu. KrKncli Hrisnilleii. Hot suit (1st
full stoeke
and UnnnnlH
'l (IK
Inlln
ei 000 IN ONK WKHK.
To any klirewd man wbo can do lnmliiri.H
oil lite iitte(, ( tiaraiitre no iiiiriiriinti rm
tunen, easily, rapidly, and III pel feet afety.
AiiurCM 111 penect coiiiiiieiii i.,
Vi. Waiirkn.
M West fourth street, New Vork.
w siui,
OIIKA1' OKOCKKIKS
THIS UTE"W SYSTEM.
OKOOKKItn TtKTAILKD AT WHOLKSALK
1'HICeii for. CAHIf.
AT II. C. TlIIKIiKOKK'S STOHII
WAHIIINOTON AVKNUK. llRTWREV TKNTU
AND CLKVKNTII MTKKKT8.
6C dry Culm Suj;isr for - - - 55 0
yj " " " ... i oo
lbs. A cofleo Suttar, IN. Y. Std. - 1 00
i " l'riniM Kio Cotleo for - - 1 00
3J " Choice " " .- - 1 00
3 " Old Uovernment Java - 1 0C
Tens and otlier stitnlo and fancy Uroco-
ries equally us cheap.
UotKls nuw Him full weinl given. Call
and try.
NEW YOllIC STOKE,
WHOLESALE ANlD KETAIL.
LARGEST VAIUICTY STOCK IN TUB CITY
GOODS SOLD VEUYCLOSK.
Corner of Nlneltnlli utreol nud Com
merelrtl Avt-niis., ,
OAIKO, ILLINOIS.
C.O.I'ATIKII.
JOILN SIIEEIIAX,
RETAIL GROCER
And Dmslrr In
VKOKTAHI.KS. KltUITS. K0(1S, I.
iH-iSII ItUTTKlt, KTO.
Altl)
t5T All (Inoils warranted freh, and Hold
Ihu lotvent prieeit.
Corner IHli St. anilCommerclalAvo.
7.'il tl.
IlKAta ROTATE AliF.XII.
0. WINSTON tc CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
AUCTION KEKH,
74 (hxcond floou) onto lkvkk,
CAirio, ills,,
Uuv and Sxi.i. Heal Ertatb,
1AY TAXES,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLK
And peersre (lnnynnK nfKlmU!
.lolin (j, Ilurinnn. (,'Ikih, Thrtipji
JOHN Q. HARM AN & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
COLLKCTOltH
AND
CONVKYANOLUS.
Nor ID Cor, Oia St. mid Ohio Levee-
. Caiiio, Illinois.
Alitrart r Title, ronveyanclnc made a
peclalty. ltenl Kxtiitu bouut aud old,
CfTuxc l'uld, etc.
PHIL. HOWARD,
STEAMBOAT BUTCHER,
City NailussalJHauk Billdlsir.
M-il tlntion pud to orders tmm iisun
hint nltfht nrdsv
NT KA IN Bit ATM.
I'OK MEMPHIS, VICKsSUUKU
AND NEW ORLEANS.
The Kino ami Klcint l'ener 1'ackot
EXPORTER.
Will leave for New Orleans .Saturday are
nltiir at 0 o'clock. For Ireiulil or psnsat'e
ajiply to LINTON 4 OKU.
l-S'Jt.
0AIRO AND PADUCAH
MAIL BOAT.
Tbe splondtd cUasaer
Dick Fowler, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted), at
1 p.m. Fur freight or paaire apply on hoard
or to Ja. Malloky, Ak'I.
jn .Itf
II I.LI t Kit.
s5 NICHOLAS
BILLLLARD HALL
IIAIIKY WALKElt dc CO, Prop'r.
Thi house Is newly fitted up with two
excellent
BILLIARD TABLES
And two fine
JENNY LIND TABLES
Thi saloon I storked with the Host
II rand of
WINES,
LIQUORS,
nd 0IGAKS
uro compounded in the most approved stylo
jarC'omo and sec for yourself. J3
SUHWKITZKK CHEESK AND UOL
LAND IIEIUUNO.
REFKESHMENT TABLES
nre Kprcad mornlnR and eveulng at 10
o'eloelc, at which all art Invited to partici
pate free of charge.
OY3TF.RSI OYSTEUSI
At wholeiale nnd retail, stewed, fried,
lirolled and Imkcd, ruw and on the liulf.kliell,
y the can, keif, box or barrel, at Harry
Walker' Ht. Nlehola rentaurunt un Com.
inerclal avenue. Oyrtcra In every Hy.e ut
alftiour day or nlnht. Harry Walkerpre
Hide over the culinary department. Aa a
caterer he has no equal, uud Harry'i cu.
toincrHian always be assured ot a Warm
meal at any hour of the day or night, Uiat
will meet the requirement and pleata tha
taste of the meat liutliUou.

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