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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, &TJNDAY, JANUARY 12, 1873.'
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LOCAL WE ATHEBREPOBt.
U. 8 Sin. 8k., Obkuvkk's OriCR, 1
CAIEOJ.o. 11, 1873, 10:11 p.m.
Barometer 30.20, stationary.
"Wind south, velocity P
Maximum temperature, lut a4 hours,
4 pf td:, 60.
Minimum temperature, lut S noun,
10J1 p.m., ai;
'Prevalllnc wind. loath. -
Total telocltyof wind, Utlibour, 1S3,
Tiioum It. Watho, Observer.
The funeral of Louis Nassano, will lake
place from hi lato rcildencc, at the corner
of Commercial avonuo nnd Eighteenth
ktroet. Tha proceulon will movo at half
pait 12 o'clock to St. Patrick' churcb,
where tho funcrar icrvlces will bo had.
Tbo retnalni will bo burled at Villa
Kidgo. A ipecial train will leave Eighth
street at half-patt two precisely. Frlondi
and acquaintance! of tbo decease! are re
Hiuikniaxs, Aitkniion ! The mem
ber of tbo Hibernian Firo company, No.
4, ire notified to appear at their engine
bonne in lull uniform, thU day, at 12
o'clock, ibarp, to participate In the funer
al of our lute brother firemiin, Luul
Xaittno. M. J. Howlkv, Sec'y.
DsLTAS Attk.itiX I Tlio member of
tin Dulta Firo company No. 0 aro uolitlid
to appear at their undine bouse thU day at
12 o'clock in. (harp, to participate in the
funeral of our lulu brother Uienian, Louis
Naiiano. By order ol thu Company,
M. 1. Walsh, ice. pro. torn.
Attk!TI0!1 Hough andj Heady Firo
company, No. 3 : You are hereby noti
fied to bu at tbe engine home, iu full uni
form, on Sunday tbo 12lh instant, at l'J
o'clock, in. (harp, to attend the funeral of
our late brother member, Louii Nanano.
By order of the Company,
il-ll-2t G. Q. Lcake, tec. pro. tern.
Yesterday wai a fine day, almoit
Sbkll oyitcr juit from tbe bays at
Loui llebertV lw
IIkcst Down, wa yciterJay fined $1
aad the coits, for being drunk. Uenry
HoHKUf, Gloves, Ribbons, Laces, Frin
ge, rrimmlng, etc., at reduced pric-i.
1-12 It. Ktuakt ii UlluLaoK.
Mini. Dr. 8.F. OLA,on Eighth ttrcet
near Ilriitol & Stlllwell's, has a comploto
library of bomeopathio medical book and
Instruments, and tho fullest assortment of
homcopatblo rcmedlei over brought to
Cairo, nil of which tho oiTon for inlo at
price much bolow the original coit.
Proscription filled at any time at the
molt rcatonablu rate. 1-l'J-lm
FaRIIIOKAULK Dukss-hakino. Tho
undcrilgnod beg loavo to Inform tho
citizen of Cairo that ihu hat taken the
room two doors cait of Driitol & Sill
well' grocery toro on Eighth street, and
Inlond to carry on tho business in Ml its
branebe. Work will bo dona at reason
able rate, and n tbnro of putronago it so
l!:lted. Mus. S. F. Olask.
Amqno tho arrival at tho St. Charles
yesterday woro A. W. Jamison and .1.
Roursey, Cincinnati; I). Knit, Chicago; J.
M. liuckonerand CO. Allnrd, l'nducah;
A. M. Arzent, Flat Rock, Michigan ; M.
May, J no. May, Independence, Mo.; II
V. and Jos. Robinson, U. and. V. railroad ,
James N. Heasly aud Joseph lladcn,
Chiimptlgn ; II. W. Stado, St. Louis ;
W II. H. Hill, Sullivan, Ind ; J. B. Ulll,
Tunnel Hill , W. H. Ch Id and dau ghter
Ala.; I). C. Hay, III.
There seems a necessity for a homo for
Indigent lodgers in thit city. Humanity
demand it. Tho city lock-up nnd poltro
station are not tho placo where the poor
and needy unfortunates, who aro found
temporarily roaming the streets at night,
should bo tiikcn. Hut a bouse built for no
ctber purposo, and usod for a home for In
digent, lodger, would baa blessed thing
during this cold weather, and would he
valuable at all seanin.
Great Baeuai.sb at Ui.uii .V Amsok'.
Everybody wishing to obtain bargaii
in dry goods, bout and hoe, clothing,
hat and rapt, should vail at Blum ii Am
nun's, on Eighth street, whero can be
found a largo Block of any of the above
named goods, which uro boing told at
ruinous prices. Remember the place,
Eighth ttrect, first building below Com
mercial avenue. M-lm
Coal (hovels, ton gt and buckets, and
anything alto you want at Ualley's.
The fire companies aud the Cairo silver
cornet band ot this city, will turn out to
day al the funeral of L. Xassano.
Call and sua the Hello Treble" piano
at the Conservatory St. Louit manufac
ture. It it beautiful.
3t N. P. Curtice, Agent.
At the lait meeting of the city coudcil,
bills to the amount or 1 0,279 3C, woro ap
proved and ordered to bo paid.
Heavy ico was running oat of ttia OUo
river all day lotig yesterday. It did no
damage to water craft al this port.
Joux Lawion for being abutivo and
diiorderly, greatly to thu aunoyanco ol
bit neightor, was scut to work nine day
cn tbo street.
fcix thousand, tiiuee hundred and
flT.xtta dollar, cash and script have been
paifl into tbo city treasury for licenses dur .
ingtfio last iw.ntvdwy.
Tat next i.uiir concert und parish
sociable will Uko place nt thu residence
of Charles Ualighor, Eq , on Tuesday
M amu ed. By Kev. J. E. Audcrson, nt
tbe residenco f Thomas iUrlln, Eiq.,
January 8. Mr. II. H. llunsackur to Misa
Joncsboro papari ploaso copy.
t'nov. C. JLlc Klifcifa-, formerly of tho
tadt theatre, Berlin, Fruisin. will give
entortaiobient at tho I'hilharmonic
hall to night, attitttd by tho local Intent
of tho Thalia Dramatic Club.
Mux. Anna Lano, Eighth street bo
ween Commercial and Washington ave
nues, has utt received a large and varied
stock of fall goods, and desires to call par
ticular attention to her handiomo awort-
ment of ladies' and children's underwear,
something now In this maikot. Her
woolen drawers and leggins combined are
alto something now and tbo most comlort
able thing for children in cold weather
ver devised. Mr. I-ang also bat a well
lected assortment of hats, bonnets, rib
bon, flowers, and notion of all torts, all
of which will b't sold as cheap at can be
round eltewhero in tint market.
Wuile tba 'steamer' Indiana, on btr
up trip, was at Lake Providence, a fire
broko out in thu recess. Tho mate of the
beat discovered It. A hole was cut through
the roof and tho Qrt drowned with water.
After tho tmoko had cleared nwav, It wus
found that tho chambermaid had been
burned to death, and h lot of bed clothing
furnltare, Vcdcttroyed. How tbo firo orlg
mated I unexplained. Tho body of the
chambermaid was buried by the oClcers
of tho boat at Chicot City.
Popular Lecture. Hev. II. B.Thayer
has been invited, and bat contented to tie
liver bis lecture entitled
''SELK.MADE, OH THE HOVAL
In tho Presbyterian church of this city on
MONDAY EVEN I NO, JANUARY 13,
Under tho auspicet of tho ladict
of tho Presbyturian church. At
Mr. Thayer glvct tho entire proceeds to
tho Ladles' Church Fund.iO hoped lhatall
tho friends of tho church and society will
improvo this opportunity to hear this lec
ture, nnd in so doing contribute directly
to a good cauto and. worthy object. l-'Ml
A WARM TIMB.
A LIVELY HOW IK THE CITY COOK-
Lawrence Barrett, the celebrated
tragodian, who has been playing in ilia
arget citlc of tbo Union, supported by a
full and comploto dramatic company, will
be in Cairo for two nights omeluno noxt
Some clioico music may bo cxpectod on
Monday evening at tho Presbyterian
church. Mrs. I.ansdon, assisted by sonio
of thu best musical tnlent of tho city, will
sing before and after Mr, Thayer's lec-turo.
Borne timo In August lut, tbe city being
n groat need of nails, and Mr. Woodward
being the only dealer in the city wbo bad j
tbe kind wanted, on band, tbe city con
troller bought from Mr. Gah, of Wood
ward iron storo, several hundred dollars
worth. The committee nn claims audited
the bill, and the council voted that order
bo drawn upon tbo treasury for the
amount. Mayor Lansden, remembering
tbo provision of tho charter which prohib
it any member of tho council from mak
ing n contract with tho city or
citing goods to It, refuted
to tlgii the order, and Mr. Gath bat
boon deprived ol the ute of hit money for
many month. Tho mayor has been in tho
babit of signing Alderman Cunningham's
order, that alderman having a contract
willi tho city for the uin of tho building
uted by tbo city clerk nnd council, but he
couldn't be induced to llgn Gath'a tcrip,
he' entertaining a shrewd suspicion that
Mr. Woodward was the nall-soller.
Ho compelled tho controller to buy from
other nall-douleri, who bought from
Voodward,at a prlco advanced a dollar or
two on the keg, making a tmndtomo profit,
but bo wouldn't tlitn Gash s order. Ho
wanted to mako n fearful example of our
friend Woodward. On Friday night last
a rssolutlon was introduced into tho coun
cil directing tho city treaiurer to receive
the Gatli icrip for taxes without hia
honor' signature Tho mayor ruled the
resolution out of ordor. Tho pro
po od action, If tucccrsful, would cre
ate a now liability. Mr. Woodward wai
of the opinion tho mayor wai wrong. Mr.
Sjflord intimated tbat tho mayor was a
httr-tplhtcr, and said it was nobody's
business from whom Gash got tho nails;
that tho city had used them and should
pny for them. Tho mayor called Mr.
I'.eardcn to the chair, took thu floor nnd
made a speech supporting his peculiar po
sition, and mid that Mr. Woodward had
made a trood tiling out of thu city. Mr.
Woodward atkud hit honor if
that wai any of hi butlne't,
and demanded tbat the chair should call
bis irate honor to order for using person-
Tho mayor: I havo got the floor. Sit
Mr. Woodward: I will not.
Tho mayor ; I will mako you, tir.
Mr. Kcarden, In tbe chair, ruled that
tho niayor't language wai out of order.
Mr. Woodward intlttod that thtj chair
should compel tbo mayor to sit down, say
ing that be had spoken twico.
Thu chair ruled that tho mayor had a
right to tbo floor.
Tho mayor, after a few more word,
apologetic of bis haty language, resumed
tbo chair, and an appeal was taken from
the mayor' ruling on tbe pending resolu
tion. The appeal wai tuttalned by a solid
vote of the council, with tbe exception of
Mr. Cunningham, tbo only mem
ber of th't council who has a contract with
tho city, who voted to sustain tho mayor's
opinion that the charter prohibits tuch
contracts and the reception of money by a
member of tbo council for any article sold
to tho city.
A vote being taken on tho resolution It
wa adopted by 0 aye to 1 no, Mr. Wood
ward not voting.
Tho mayor tbon rulod tho whole pro
cooding, roto and all, out of order, snylng
that, under tbo now charter, it required a
two-thirds vote to crcatu liabilities.
Mr. Taylor appealod from lh ruling of
tbo chair, saying : "Thl action create no
nuw liability, but it simply doing
what tho mayor had wrongfully
and purposely omitted to do.
The roll was called and Mr. Cunning
ham rofused to vote.
Tho mayor insisted that ilr. Cunning
hum should vote. "Vote," bo ald ; " if
you havo to volo no, why voto." But he
Tho appeal wa sustained by a voto of
So tho matter ended; but tbo mayor died
Shinkle, quit bor here on account of tho
Ice, as thoy thought It was dangorous to
run ft boat through It. Capt. Shinkle
took the wbool until tho should reach
Hiram Hill, tbo diver, mado an ex
amination of tbo tunkon ferryboat J. N.
Clark, and think sbo will provo a total
loss. She Is hemmed In by tbo ico, and
whon It moves It will take her with it.
Tho Indiana with a bsrgo in tow enmo
in from Now Orleans and had to Innd at
tho lower end of town on account of the
Ico. Sho got out of fuol Friday just a iho
reached Island No. 1 nnd had to go over
the rlvor and bunt a wood pile, which de
tained her very much.
Tho towboat William Cowcn leftnylng
light for LouUvllli) and will bring down n
tow of coal a aoon as tbo rivor will per
It was reported yctorday that tho
steamers Florence Loe and Horr had been
cut down by the Ico near Cumberland Isl
and. Tho I.awrcnco loaded for Cincinnall
but ha laid up to wnlt a clear river.
Tho City of Cairo lnld at tho bank Friday
night on account of the heavy ico. Sbo
started out yesterday morning for Louis
ville. Mr. Miller, her clerk, goes through
by rait. Tho Tyrone brought in a fair trip
of freight from Nashville. Tbo Bco
brought up two of her burgct from Bel
Tho ("Icncop, Joo Klnnoy nnd Belfast
will load for New Orleans this wVck.
Hiram Hill, after making an cxamina
of the sunken General Buell, think that
it will cost as much to repair her, In case
ho it raited, nt It would to build n new
Tho Indiana dischargsd here, 309 h lids
sugar, 0'j'i bbl molaisc. 307 bbls rlco and
2.0s!grenn h'des. Hiring for tho round
trip i full of interesting reading for river
FillL. 110 W AUD,
Cltjr NaUIusti:Btik Building.
aat-Hp.ial attention paid tooMrr Irorn Hum
tiaU nluhl ordav
Ptif splendid MMmr
Our Homo Advertisors.
Is hereby given that default havlt c been
made for moro than sixty days In the pay
ment of n portion . of tho
amount secured fo be paid by a
certain mortgage executed by Frank linn
ramp to Samuel Slaats Taylor and I.MwIn
Parsons, trustees orthe Cairo City Property,
dated March 10, 18IH, and recorded In tho
recorder' ofllec, In and for Alexander
county, In tho state of "llllnoi", In book L of
deeds, on page C!)i, etc. we, the under
slirncd, said trustees, will on Friday, tho
!!ftli day of January next. A. I). at 10
o'elock In tho forenoon nf that duv, under
and by virtue of the powcrnfsalo contained
in said mortgage, sell at public miction t the
highest bidder, fnrcah,attheolllrt! biilldln;,'
of nalil trustees, corner of Wn-liltiLctoii nvc
iiuo and. Eighteenth .trpcf, In the city of
Calro.lu Alexander county and stale or Hit
liols, alt the right, tltlo and Intercut of said
Frank Hancaiiip, or his algit. In and In
lot numbered U (three,) In block numbered
40 (forty,) In said city ol Cairo, according to
Iho recorded plat thereof, with thu nppurtr.
nances, to satlxfy thu purposes aud coudl
Hon of aald mnrttrage.
8. s I'AATd TAYI.OIt.
Trustees of the Cairo City Property.
Dated Cairo, Illinois, DecelnbirW, I8,i.
Dick Fowler, Captain
Leave Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted), at
4 p.m. For freight orpaMaRe apply on lioaru
or to ja
jas. Mallouy, Ag't.
fi hereby ghen that deraiilt halnir jocn
nude lor more than Mxtyihyi Inthepnv.
meutof a portion of tho amount seeiiied to
be paid by a certain mortuao executed bv
John P-TaggaittoSaiiiiiclStiiMtM i'n) lor anil
IMulu 1iioiih. trw-lrci of Hie Cairo lllv
ProiH rty, dated Nov. 11. lwlt, and recor.Jeil
In the lecorilerVolllee.Inn dlor Alexander
comity, In the slide of lllllint", In bonk Pol
deeds, on page irJ,etC. wr, thetimleri-lgncd
trustees, will n Frlda v, tbo 'Jltli dnv or Jan
uary licxl. A. 1). 18T:i, nt 10 o'clock In the
lorcnnnn of (hat day, under mid by lttne if
the pourrofsulc contained In .ild mortmain.,
sell at public auction, to tbe hlgbet bidder,
for cah, at the ofUcc building of paid trus
tees, corner of Washington atrniie and
El htrcnth street, In thu city of Calm, In
Alexander county and state of HIinoN, ail
the right, title and Interest cf said John 1'.
Taggail, or hi algn, In and to lots num
bered 1! (nineteen,) "Ju (twenty.) 21 (Iwentv
one.) ii (tucnty-nvo,) ii (twentv-tliren.)niid
21 (twciity.lour,) In block hi (ll'ltj-elght,) In
thu KIit Addition to the city ol Cairo, ac
cording to the recorded plat thereof, with
thu npp,.rtcuatii'c.s tn salMy the purposes
and condition or Mild moi'tguge.
Trustees or the CtilroUty Property.
D.ited Cairo, Illinois December SO, 1ST!.
Is hereby given that default haUnsr been
made lor more lliau sixty day in the pay
ment of a portion of the amount secured to
be paid by n certain mortgage executed by
Joseph MeKenJu to Samuel Stunt Taylor
and l-M win Parentis trustees of the Cairo
City Property, dated September 13, lbG?i.Mid
recorded In jho recorder's otllce, in and lor
Alexander county tn the state of Illinois, In
book P of deed-, on page 11(1, etc., we, thu
undersigned said trustees will on Friday,
the 21th d.iy of January next. A. D. IsT.'l, at
10 o'clock In the forenoon or that day, under
and by virtuo of the power ofi-alc contained
in said mortgage, sell at public auction to the
highest bidder, Tor cash, nt the otllce build
ing of said trustees, corner or Washington
nenuc and Eighteenth street, in the cltv of
Cairo, lu Alexander count i and staio or'llll
nols all the rlirht. title and Interest id said
Joseph JlcKctizle or liN csslgn-, In and tn lots
iiumoereii in, (iiiteen,) iu (-ixiccn,) and IT
(sii'iit);on. In block numbered ' ( ttn.l In
the Foitrth addition to the said city ol Cairo,
according to the recorded libit thereof, with
the appurtenances to satisfy thu purposes
auu couuiiiuu oi mu mongugo
M. h l AA l a I'M I.OII,
Trustees ol tho Cairn City Property.
Dated Cairo, Illinois, December 11 1st 'J.
Tub next regular communication
of Cairo Lodgo 287 A. F.and A. M., will be
held at Matoniu hall Monday (to-morrow)
evening at 7i o'clock. Visiting brothers
cordially Invited to attend.
B. F. Blakk, ecretary.
OLBV'Stt Sale ok Wihtkr Dry
GoaiiB. Mtuart & Ghnlton oiler their
stock of j'jlnter dry goods at price to et'.
feet an eniiro clearirg. Tbeso good
must bo disposed of at we must bavc room
for our tprlng tiock. ' 1-12 It.
a, Umokr tbe new city charter tho gen
eral law adoptod last Tuosday tho fol
lowing ofllcer aru to bo olectcd: Mayor,
clerk, attorney and trcaturor. Tho ap
pointed officer nro: Collector, marshal,
superintendent of itrcols, controller and
c orporatlon council.
Till 'Sun' tays tho track of tho C, and
V., railroad is to bo laid on Commercial
vonuototuo point. Tho track will bo
laid to Winter' block, whloh will bo tbo
v headquarters of tbo company In Cairo,
and be used a putonger depot.
Stuart & Guolson aro tbo ole agent
In thf city for the Quaker City flno shirts,
guaranteed, to be tbo best fitting and best
made shirt, manufactured In thl country.
Call for a price Hat. We also offer a full
Ine of gents' furoti-log goods at exceed
Hagly low prices. M2U.
A few years ago there was no other way
known to obtain tho virtues of tho loaves
of various ptaut but by maceration In
wator, to make, as it it cullod, an infusion,
or by tuing alcohol, and thus making u
tincture. In elthor ca-to ono had to drink
an in Jell nito amount of liquid to obtain a
very small quantity of medical effect ol
tho plants. How altered I this, however,
Tio process of extracting all tho valuable
proportio with nonffof the inert or injur!
our particles, from loaves, roots, burks, etc.,
has been brought to such perfection, that
every ounce of extract is fully equal to an
ounce of lhu raw material. Iu no prepar
ation tbat we know of it this high concen
tration so admirably accomplished as in
Parker's Compound Extract Buchu, No
heat Is used, theroforo all tho flnor and
volatito principles aro fully pretsrred, tbo
whola proparcd " In vrcno," In thu most
careful manner, a product of rare excell
ence it obtained. Sold by druggists, ev
erywhere. .Tiik Qui Vivo Coterie gavo the fourth
of their sorloa of entertainments at tho
St. Chariot hotel on Fridry ovenlng, And
tbo largo attendance, andsulectaasomblago
woro conclusive evidences of tho un
bounded popularity of the club. Tho se
cret of their succoir it tho courtesy and
kind attention extended to tlioir guosts,
whoso oiijoymont and pleasure aro thu
main considerations or tho Cotorio. A
grand matquorado will complete, tholr se
ries, and will bo given at the .St. Charles
on Friday, February 14. Arrangement
hivuhoen perfected for a varied assort
ment of costume?, superior to any evor
brought to our city, and wo foul assured
that it will bo tho most brilliant nf
fair ever wltnotsed. Thn Coterie are Hun
in their determination to exclude any and
nil whoia pretence may provo tho leattob
joctlonablo, and to their mnnorobt lady
friend, who may conlemplato appearing
in maik, Iboy extend the aisuranco that
tbolr associates on that occasion will be
none but' the associates uf dally intercourse.
HIVE 11 JN'EWS.
Steamer Tyrone, Nathvllle
' illium Cowen, Mempbi
11 Indiana, Nuw Orleans
11 Illinois Columbus
Steamer Illinois, Columbus
" William Cowun, LoiiUville
" Charles Boduiann, Cincinnati
" City of Cairo, LouUvillo
condition or tue rivers.
Horo tho Ohio It steadily rising. Heavy
Ico pitted out of tho Ohio iu thu morning,
but towards evening it wat passing, omo
very heavy cakos. A dltpatch was re
ceived from l'uducah yesterday, stating
that tho heavlost ico of the season was
paisinp there, which probably passed
hero during last night. Tbo Mlstinlppl
was nearly frozen over again yestorday
morning. Tho Ico wat still running out
in large and formldablo looking caket.and
after it joins that out of tho Ohio, It fill
tho river from bank to bank, and the only
thing that keeps anotbor gorge from form
ing between hero and Columbus i tho
prcsont ttago of tho Ohio river, 3o far
no serious damage has been done
by thu Ico to ' tbe boats
at tblt harbor. Tbo Ico of night
beforo kit made a terrlblu nolso at It
gratol along tho aide of tho wharfbont
and barge, and tometlme one could al
moit too the sawdust fly. The loo that
pattod yestorday bad a liking for tho
Illinois shore, and it floated near to it all
Special dispatches to The Bulletin
report tbe condition of the Ohio and Mis
sissippi rivers at various places.
BUSINESS AND WKATOER.
Businest on tbo landing was dull and
but little was being done among the ship
ping. The ivoalhor waa clear, mild and
moderated during the day,
The Charles Bodmann, towing two
barge, left for the Ohio river late Friday
ulgbt. Her plleti, Joe Furoell and Gg,
j ST. NICHOLAS
HABBY WALKER & CO, Prop'rs.
This bouse Is newly fitted up with two
And two fine
JENNY LIND TABLES
with tbo Bo
are compounded lu the most approved style
Bt7Come and see for yourself. ,fr
SOIIWKITZEK CHEESE AND HOL
are spread morning and evening at 10
o'clock, at which all are luvltid to partici
pate freo of cnarge.
OYSTERS I OYSTERS I
At wholcnalo and retail, stewed, fried,
broiled and baked, raw and on the half-shell,
by the can, keg, box or barrel, at Harry
Walker's St. Nicholas restairant on Com
mercial avenue. Uyatcr Iu every sty.e at
all boun day or night. Harry Walkerpre
tides over the cujlnary department. Asa
caterer ho has no equal, and Harry's cus
tomers can always bo assured of a warm
meal at any hour of tho day or night, that
will meet the rcmilrcmeuts and please tho
Vude of the most rastldlous,
TI. T. UEROULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
Ou fitter's ana flumtier'a tntttrial. Wood
(lumr Kick aad aaala Tsl, stop
oooks, check YIta,oK-
sua susar soa'
Tnfta fttr-tltsra Hlwl BrjflsM Met
4)1 Mormouas. WMs Oe'a Automstlo Watei
iailloaitr audlupplj Valve for steam lioilsrs.
WlVnB'a BLOOK, OOMtyiBOIAL-ATBUP
I.i hereby given that default having been
made for more Hum i-lxtv dava lu the nav-
ment of a portion nf tho amount secured to
be paid by a certain mnrtgago executed by
r.niu .Maxwell 10 aiiumei .-iaais i ayior nun
Edwin l'aroni. tr.istecs of tho Cairo Citv
Fropcrty, dated September 10, ISM. and
reoorded In the recorder' office. In and fur
Alexander county. In the statu ol lllinoK
book E, of deed, on page 'Jill, etc., we. the
undersigned said triictees. will, on K rldav.
the 'Jtth day ot January next, A. !., 1871, at
luo ciock in tue lorenuoii oi inatuuy, under
nnd by virtu j of the power of i-ale cuitiluci
In said mortgage, sell, at public auction, to
the lii-hctt bidder, lor tui-li. at the otllr
building of aaM Tni'tcen, corner of Wu-li
In'ton avenue and Elu'liteenth itrect. fn tin
CI Iv ofC-fro. In Aluxandercoiintv and lite
of Illinois, all thu rlt-tit. title nnd Intel pet of
said Krvin Maxwell or hi n"h.'ii. In and tn
lot numbered U (Three), In block numbered
48 (torty-clght), lu the llrs-t addition to Mild
city ot Clro, according to thu recorded plat
thereof, with the appurtenance: to KHI-fy
thu purposes and condition nf ahl Mortgage.
H. hTAATS '1'AVi.OK.
Tnikteei of the Cairo City l'roperlv.
Dated, Cairo, UN., December ui), la'ii.'
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
IsTO. 74 OHIO LiiViDir
ISofnil tnd Prescription
and Eighth street.
Or chainoli and rabbit skit),
for weak lungs.
At BARCLAY BROS.
LO Z 33ST C3- s
KOR SORE THROAT,
I'rcpsrcd and sold
Hv BARCLAY BR03
And DUIufectants lor Stables
Ar BARCLAY BROS.
" HONEY BEE,"
At BARCLAY BROS.
II A Mi StTATI'.n R.N'T.S.
IWItTIETII repotl of the condition of the First
r Nliotul llnWur('ain. Illinois, at the cloic of Lui
vtit I'eceraber 11, Wl.
lAin and dHcounl. i U.S.I7
Ivfru'rift b ill vl
U.S. IWjiid.liJseciifcelrinlatlon lun.iaiu 00
U. .s. tondt nnd iccurities on
Oih;r stocks, bond und niorl
Ka;ei le.iuu ii
1'ren.lumt paid Sf,s.VI 7
1 ue trom icacemirf ana tc-
scrve azcnt f.u f -H
Due from oilier njilonil hanks... 1 1 1
Due frctn banV. and bantbCts... '1
Ktnl eitate 1",WS t.1
Kunilturc and futures.. a.f'ts l'J
Current cxpenc cl'i 10
I'avh Iteras, Including revenue
stamps 27 t'."
Cash on hand in coin fiil 01
Currency...... ... SI.-J13 01 M.TM nil
raD tal ttock tlOO.ism en
VUchance, Interest, profit and luit i,'J I "
Circulation outtlandlnc HI
Individual depo.lt i,wn II
State of Illinois. Alexander countr. cltv of Cilio. s
I. (' N. Iluhei. caihier cf the Flrl National
Hank of Cairo, do solemnly .ucar that the abnve .tatc-
meni it irue io ineoie.i ci i v i;nowiciiKc ani ucuci.
C. S- HUlilif.S.Caihler.
Subscribed and swom to before me this bixtliday
CH AS. CUNMNT.HAM, Notirj- 1'uUie.
II. HUKD, 1
IIDII' f. V MII.I.F.U,. Din
II Mr.VEKb, J
Is hereby given that default bavin? been
mado for more than sixty days iu the p:iy.
ment of a portion of the amount sceiirud to
bo paid by a certain inoit';ie executed by
Warren C. Diiiiulin; to Samuel Slants Tnvlor
and Edwin l'arou, trustcei. of l be o'aird
City l'loperty, dated .November 11th, lbO'l.
nnd recorded In thu roeon'ei'V olllee. In ami
for Alexander county, in the Mntuol' Illinois
in Hook K, of dee i. on pai;e Sbi, etc., Wi"
the undersii.'iieil said trtutccs, will on I'n
day, the'JItli day or January next, A. D
IS. J, at 10 o'clock In the forenoon of that
day, under and by lrtuo of the power ol
sale contained In -a t 1 mortiue, r-ell, at pub
lic auction, to the highest bidder, tor cuh,
at thn otliee btiildiiiK of said tnitces, corner
ol Washington nt I'littc and Klulittenlhur.'et.
In tnu city or Cairo, In Alexander ci untv
nnd Mute nf Illinois, all the rl'ht, tltlo nnil
Intereslorhiild Warren C. lliinnlnorliN as
kigiiH, in and tolotiuiimbcredtll (thlrly-nne),
and Iti (thlrty-tu'ii), Iu hloek niiiubeied 7.)
((.eveiity-lhrec,) In said city of Cairo, accord
ItiK t' I lie recorded nl.it thereof, with the
iipjilirlenajees, to s:itify tho purposes and
condition of ald mort'uire.
ST A A I'.S TAYI.OIt,
Trustees of the Cairo City Property,
Dated, Cairo, Illi., December W,
Tni'OKT of the cond.tion of the City National
llank of ( airo. at Taint In the nate of Illinois at
close of businest iJecemherrtti. ia7.
I."ant anil divcoimli
U S. bonds to secure clicula
U. h. bomli oifhand
Olhtr stocks, londs aud on
Eaei Due from redeeming and re
terveacenti '.lin im ui
13 6l 81
Is hereby Riven that default has In; lieen
inudu for more than Mxty duy In the p:i,
meiit of a portion ol thu amount secured to
be paid by a certain mnrtno executed by
Joseph Mo ven.lu to Samuel .Staatx Taylor
und Edwin Tarson, trustees ot tho ciilur
City 1'roperty, dated .March Hllli, Win, and
recorded lu thu recorder's olllee, In and lor
Alexandereoiinty, in the slate of Illinois in
book 1', of deed", on page lift, etc.. we, the
undersigned said Inutcc, will, on Friday,
the Ulth day ol January, next. A, D., lS7il,
at IU o'clock tn the forenoon of that day, un
derbid liy lnun of tho power of sale con
tallied in said uiorliriiKo, sell, at public auc
tion, to the highest bidder, for ca-di, at the
olllee. building ol said trustees, corner of
Washington avcniio and KlKhteeiith stroet,
in tho city or Calm, In Alexander county
and Mate of Illinois, all l lie riu.ht, tltlo i ml
Interest of said Joxeph .Melielizlo or his ni
Mkiis, in and to lota numbered li'J (thirty
two), Xi (thlrty-tlircc), and 111 (thl ty.fotti),
In block numbered 'i (two), In tho lourth nil
ditlou to mlu city ol Cairo, accordlni; lo the
recorded plat tlicreof, with thu appurtenan
ces to satisfy the purposes and condition of
8. 8TAATS TAYLOR,
TruMoes of tho Cairo City 1'roperty,
Dated, Cairo, Ills, December iiO, la.'J.
Tho tav bookB lor the current year hav
ing been placed In my hands, 1 would re-
pcctfully call tho attention of tax-payers to
section 105. of thu laws or 187'J. which nro-
vldea that whero parties own personal prop'
ei ty as well as real estatu, the personal prop
erty must first bo destralned before tho real
ostatu can be sold. I MIAL1. THKItlCOIti:.
nftcr the 1'lltST DAY OK FI'DltUAItY
NEXT, commence to destruln for such taxes
111 cnilformltv Willi klil srtptlnn. Tnv.rinv
orsby paying duo reuard to Hits notice will
save both trouble and i-nt, atho'lav upon
tho subject Is linneratlvo. Tho books aro
opeu at my oftlce, Otllce hour, front 0
O'CIOO- a. ui. too 0'eloCK p. ro
ai.kjl.j, wvix, cotiector,
Csiro.Deu. 81, UTS.
I tie from lialional banks
1 tie ftom other bankt and
Cither real estate ,
Curn.nt expense. H
l a let paid
heckt ami other cash items,
Itillt uf national bank............
Fractional cunency. and
nickel. S,i:11 M
-IK'Cle, co n ' t, 171 7.1
Leal tender notes 23,'iVU 10
rapilal ttnek paid In iwynio 00
Surplus fund 'iM (HI
i.xcnance 0.1.1 t.
b lerett Cn.i'J) IO
"n. land oss 2.1. 1 1 1 2'J r.l.7R'J S7
Circulation outstundinf; i.ni uo
wue 10 national lank.
)ue to state banks and bankers. I t.I.VJ 4 1
Individual drposlu 27ll,H"'J 2'l
SPECIAL TAX OR ASdKSMENT
Notlco Is hereby given to alt persons inter
ested that tho city council or the city of
Cairo having ordered tbat sidewalks be con
structed 011 the following named streets, to
wit : On thu easterly side of Washington av
enue In front of lots numbered eighteen (is)),
nineteen twenty (iu), and twentv one
(21). In block numbered twenty-four lit) ost
sum easterly sum irom me noriiienv line or
raid lot numbered eighteen (18) produced, to
tho lino lixcd by ordinance as the outer
nlgtt of tho sidewalk constructed or to bo
constructed on the southerly side of .Seventh
street In said city.
i .111 inn nonneriy sine or hixtn street from
Wa-hlnc,ton avenue to .Icllerwin avenue.
un 1110. nonneriy suio or cross street Irora
Wnvbiiiton avenue to Walnut street, to con
nect with the sidewalks on thoseiMrcets.
On the west side of Commercial avenue
In Iront of lots numbered one (1), two (iu
three (it), four (4), live (5) and tlx (U), In block
numbered twenty (20).
On the south side nf Teuth street
from Walnut street to Jefferson avenue.
On the northerly side of Twelfth street
from thu terminus or the present sidewalk
on Kild Ktrect, bctweeu W alnut and Cedar
streets to Locust street.
On the southerly sldo of Thirteenth street
from Commercial aenue to Washington av
enue. On tho east side or Holbronlc avenue fom
West Twenty-third street to West Twenty
On thu south side of West Twenty-fourth
street from Ilolbrook avenue to Park ave
nue. That tho following named sidewalks be re
contnicted and renewed, to-wit:
On thu soutn side of Nineteenth street
from Poplar street to Commercial avenue.
On Ihu north side of Twentieth street
from Ohio levcu to Walnut street.
On thu south side of Twentieth street from
Ohio levee to Washington avenue.
On both sides of Poplar street from
eighteenth street to DIvllon street.
On thu south side of Division street and
on thu north tide, of Centre street.
On thu north side of Twenty-tilth street
from Washington avenue to W alnut street ;
and nn thu south side of same ktrect from
Walnut strectto Ilolbrook avenue. And on
the .south side of Thirty-fourth street from
Commercial avenuo to Washing
ton avenue, havo applied to the
county court of Ale.xan ercouuty lor an as-se-meut
of the cot of said improvement
according to the valuo of said property, and
an :i'uniciit thereof having been made and
entered to said court, the tiual bearing
thereon will bu had at the February term of
said court commencing on the Seventeenth
day of February, A. D., 1873. Allpctsonsde
siring may then and thcru appear and make
State nf IllinoI, eoitmy of Alexander, is.
I. A II. Salfird. cashier of the Cily .National llank
ot t'siro, do solemnly swear th t the .those statement
it true 10 me oesi 01 my knussieime ana ueuei.
A. 11. n.vr run i', lasmcr
Subscribed nnd sworn to before me this 7thilavof
1111 i;as iiutt notary ruunc.
sconces Attest ;
It II. ('.UNVIN'fillAM.
i. 1). WU.MAMSON, Directors
II, I.. HAl.l.lUAV. )
DM 1$. J. TAHUll,
Will resume tho practice ol his profession
with cMiucl.'il relcience tn tbe electrlca
treatment ol dUcacs In all tho uew and lm
proved muthods of application,
Iu all cai-cN of .ciualo complaint a lady
will he In attendance.
Otllce, 128 Commercial avenue, up stair.
WILLIAM 11. SMITH, M. D.
SF-Slllt;NOK No. 21 ThirlefDih street, bf.
tweou Wk.biutiion avenue bu. Witlnnt strset.
it liiilouinierslilateaun, up stairs.
C. W. DUNNING, M. D.
HKHIliKKCE-cornTNinth slid Wslnut sis,
Ullice coidci sixth street nnd Ohio loses.
Ollii-u lituirs from n ,ni, to l'-l in., and 9 p,m
II. WAHDNKU, M. D.
I) KhlUKNOK-Cornvr MncUruth street snd
IV, Wnubinatnn nvenne. nenr eouit bou. 0,
ftes. over Ar er's Ortx'erylore, tmii'e Hours from
10 it, in, 10 12 m, smi -lira in p. m.
JOHNO. IIARM.W. 1
JOHN II.OOSSMAN, Kom'n
II. WATSON WEIHt, J
! 17, A. D ism. I-Udtl.
Etablichcd, November 18, 1871
On thu corner or 12th street ai d Washington
avenue, opposite UtUlctiu otllce.
Tuition trom 1 to 120 per term.
IN CLASSES OF 1 TO 4 EACH.
No pains will bo spared to make It
to all concerned.
N. V. CURTICE, Director.
Teacher of Vocal, Organ and Piano Music.
Teacher of Wlcd and String iMtnuaoata
(Seu circular.) U-U U
NEW LIVERY STABLE
. TENTH STREET,
IIKTWKI5K WASn'K AVKMUK AMD W-LNUi
Dr. D. 1'. 1'inlds Informs tno publlo th bo bss j
LIVERY N V't R I'
on the northwest side of Tenth strsi t ss vsoin
III.Btnbles will be furnished lth non. but th. , . ... . Anj(,rlcn ci,.,,
I rtfi.1I nilfm ami Kaui'dp anil lirufl Mathl
No. 104 CauuucuL Atmui,
AND GOOD VEHICLES,
and the publle may lio accommodated at al
hours of iho day and uiht with sale to.iun
011 the lowest terms. .
Dr. Fields asks a sbaro of public patroniwo
and will eudeavor to merit It by fair dealing
and strict attention to buiuies.
(CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
Aud made up lnthe
Andattbelowe.t Price. A fese ! Vt
was work gearasteed, HatleteeJoa U .
rd ipevt wMrruteci. .