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JOHN & OBERIiY, PROPRIETOR. CAmo, ILLINOIS. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY IS, 1873. RTTI.T.etim nnun, WmHWt,.
I . " rwmm VI A WA M f
utuoa ror me nm Tinmn a ,i..:.,
Preaching, Sabbath at 10 a.m. and 71 p.m
Prayer meets, Wednesday at H p. m.
abbath Sehol,3 p.m. J. M. Laniden, Bu-perintend.-
Rv. II. Tuaykr, I'Mtor
rfETHODIST.-Cor. Eighth and Walnut BU.
Preaching, Sabbath at 10i a.m, and 7 p. m
Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 71 p.m.
Sabbath School, 8. p.m. L. W. HUllwcU,
Superintendent. Bkv. F. L. Thompson,
church or Tins redeemeh-EpIco.
ornlng prayer. Habbath 10 a.m.
Evening prayer. 71 p.m.
Sabbath School, 9 a.m.
Kev. K. Coan, Hector.
8T. PATItlCK'S CHURCH-Nlnth fit. and
Public service, Habbath 8:10 and 101
Vesper, 7 p.m.
Sabbath School. 2 p.m.
Service every day, H a.m.
ItKV. P. J. O'llALLORAN, Priest.
hV. JOSEPH'S CHUCII.-(Ocrman,) cor
ner of Walnut and Cros street.
Man, every, Sabbath at 10 o'clock a. m.
Vespor, i p. in.
Maw during neck day, 8 o'clock a. m.
Hkv, 0. HorntAN, Prleit.
GERMAN LUTHERAN CHURCH-llUi
street between Washington Avenue and
Preaching Sunday monung at 10 o'clock.
Sabbath School at 2 o'clock p. in. II. O.
Hkv. lton'T. Hklmo, Pastor.
VOVNO MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSoCIA-
TION. Regular meeting second Monday
each mouth at their room over Itockwell
Co'a book store, Coininerclal avenue.
Weekly Prayer meeting, Friday,"! p.m. at
L. W. Stillwkli, President.
SECOND MISSIONARY IIAPT1ST
CllUItCII. Corner Sycumorc and Forty
flrtt street. Preaching Sabbath at 11
o'clock a. m. and 3 o'clock p. in.
Sunday School 1 o'clock p. in.
The church I connected with the Illinois
Association, by the Flrtt Missionary llap
tlst Church ol Cairo.
Hkv. Solomon Lkonam, l'aitor.
FR1CAN MCTIIODI.ST.-Fourteenth, be
wecu Walnut and Cedar,
ervlces, Sabbath. 11 a.m.
. Viballi School. 1) p.m.
.am meet nt 3 p.m.
KCOND FREE WHX UAPTIST'-Flf-tceutli
Street., between Walnut and Cedar.
Service Sabbath. I) and Up, m.
Hkv. N. IticKH, Pattor.
FREE WILL 11A1T1ST HOME MISSION
SAIIUATH SCHOOL. Corner Waluut
and Cedar Street.
Sabbath School, W a.m.
FIRST FltEE WILL 11APTIST CUUKCII
-Curry's liarrack .
Service, Sabbath 1 1 a.m.. 3 p.m. A 71 p. m.
Hkv. Wm. Kkllxv, Pastor.
FIHST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH.
-Cedar, between Ninth and Tenth St.
Preaching Sabbath, 10 a.m. and 71 p.m.
Prayer meeting. Wednesday evening.
Preaching, Friday evening.
Sabbath School, 11 p.m. John Vanliaxter
aud Mary Stephens, Superintendents.
ItKV. T. J. SHOKK8, Pattor.
SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH-Fourteenth
Street, between Cedar and Walnut. The
only llapttt church recognized by the As
Service, BaMstth, 11 a.m. 3 p.m. and 7 p.m.
Birr. Jacob Ukadlky, Elder.
AlBO ;COMMANDKHY, No. 13. Stated
Assembly at the Asylum Masonic Hall, Unit
and third Saturday In each mouth.
CAIUO COUNCIL, No. St. Regular Convo
cation at Masonic Ball, the second Friday
In each month.
CAIRO CHAPTER No. 71. Regular Con
vocation at Masonic Hall, on tho third
Tuesday ot every month,
CA1HO LODGE, NO. 1!37 K. & A. M.-BegU-lar
Communication at Masonic Hall, the
econd aud fourth Monday of each month.
ALEXANDER LODOK, !M Meet In Odd
Fellow Hall, In Arter' building, every
Thunday evening at 8 o'clock.
Governor John M. Palmer ;
Lieutenant-Governor John Dougherty ;
Secretary of State Edmund Hummel ;
Auditor or State C. E. Llpplncott :
SUte Trcasurer-E. N. Bate ;
Supt. Public Instruction Newton Bateman
Senator Lyman Trumbull and John A.
Hcpretentatlvea for the State-at-Large S.
Representative Thirteenth DUtrlct John
MEMBERS GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
Senators, First Distrtct-T. A. E. Holcomb,
r Union, and S. K. Gibson, or Gallatin.
Representative, First District U. Watson
Judge D. J. Baker, of Alexander.
Proecutins Attorney J. F. McCartney,
Clerk H. S. Yocum.
Sheriff A. U. Irvln.
Wm. Martin Assessor and Treasurer.
Judge F. Broaa.
Associates J. E. McCrite and S. Marchll
don. Clerk Jacob G. Lynch.
Coroner John 11. Gossnian.
Mayor John M. Lansden.
Treasurer H. A. Cunningham.
Comptroller E. A. Burnett.
Clcrfc- Michael Howlcy.
Marshal Andrew Cain.
Attorney 1. u. l0pe.
Police Magistrate V. Bros and B. Shan
Chief of Tollce-L. II. Myers.
Mayor-John M. Lansden.
First Ward P. a. Sdiuh.
Second Ward-C. It. Woodward.
Third WardJno. Wood.
Fourth Ward 8. Staau Taylor.
Clty-at-Large-W. P. Ualllday rnd D.
BOARD Or ALDERMEN.
Flrt Ward-Jame Kearden, A. B. 8af
ford, Isaac Walder,
Second Ward-R. U. Cunningham, E. Bu
der, Q. Stance), James Swayne.
Third Ward-Win. Stratton, J. H. Phllll.
; Fourth WardJno. ,H. Robinson, G. II.
ease, J. II. Motcalf.
LINEGAR, MUNN & POPE.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
OFFICE WINTER'S BLOCK,
GREEN & GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William H.Ors, 1
William II. Gilbert, V CAIRO, 1LHNOIH,
MUmP. Gilbert, J
arsaaola. attention givn to Admiralty and
H I0-IO tlTIB, BOOMS T AVO OVBI
THE SENATORIAL CONTEST
PINCIIBACK ELECTED BY THE
COMMENTS ON THK PROCEED
INOS IN TUB HOUSE
Unltod State on bond
benefit of iuch company.
Mr. "Wheoler moved an amondment to
Hubbard's amendment, by adding to It the
proviso that tho ropoal shall not tako ef
fect until tho attornoy genoral shall cer
tify to tbo incretnry of tho treasury that
iuch railroad companies aro liable to tho
government tor any amount of interest
paid by the government on tho bond is
sued In aid of such companlo.
MINISTER 3CIIENCK AT 0HIS-ELI1URST.
1NVITEU TO ACT.
Wamiinoton, Jan. 11. Attornoy Oen
erat Williams last night telegraphed to
Stanley Mathows and Aaron F. Perry of
Cincinnati, aiking them to act us couniel
to represent the government in tho suits
against tho Union I'nclUc railroad compa
ny. OENEIIAL OAfiriELU
Was beforo tho Credit Mobilier commit
tee to-day, and sworo poitlvoly that ho
never had any stock, although solicited to
tako aomo by Ucorgo Frinci Train.
St. Louis, Jan. I. A ipecial from
Washington to tho Evening Dispatch say
that tho dubato in the house yesterday on
the Louisiana adalr oxcitos much comment
in administration circle', and soma of tho
speochet in a Jo by Republicans aro spoken
ofjas unwiio and calculated to make mat
tors worse, and render a settlement of tho
question mora difficult.
ANARCH T TO FOLLOW.
Attorney-general William said to-day
that tho Warmoth party would tako fresh
encouragement from tha house proceoding
of yesterday, and aisutno a bolder stand,
and that anarchy is suro to follow.
New Orleans, Jan. 14. I'inchback
was elected United States senator by tho
St. Louis, Jan. 11. Tho two houses of
tha legislature voted soperatoly for Unl
tod States senator to-day. Tho vote in
tho houso stood Bogy 8C, Ilendorson 33.
In tba senato, Bogy 25, Uondcrson 10.
About 9 o clock to-morrow a voto will be
takon in joint session.
Wasiuxoton, Jan. 14. Corbott's bill
to amend the national curroncy act allows
National banks to loan to any individual
or corporation ten per con t. upon their
urplus profits as woll as upon their origi
New Yore, Jan. 14. Mr. Spearman
forinorly chief clerk of tho internal rcve
nuo bureau at Washington, was appointed
treasuror of the Brio railroad company,
vico uoagcKin, roslgnod.
Senator Corbett reported from tho com-
mitteo on flnanco a bill amending section
19 ot the national currency act, so a to
prohibit tho national banks from increas
ing their liabilities oxcoeding one-tenth
their capital stock. Faisod.
On motion of Senator Canorly the com-
mltteo on judiciary was directed to in
quiro In connection with tho inquiry as to
tho power of congres ovor tho subject of
railroads between states, whother each-
state, within its own limits, has not now
full power over tho samo subject, includ
ing rates, freights and,'passengori. Agreed
The senate then resumed tho considera
tion of tbo agricultural and industrial art
colleges bill, which was debated at length.
Senators Morton, Thurman, Shorman,
Pratt, Trumbull, Wmdom and Cassorly
opposing ; Morrill of Vermont, Morrill of
Virginia, Pattorson, lloreinan, Sawyer and
Corbett advocating it. Several amond
monts were oflorod and rejoctod. Tho bill
then passed, yacs 39, nays 14.
Senator Logan, from tho military com-
mltteo, reported without amendment to
the houso tho bill providing for tho estab
lishment at Hock Island, Illinois, of a
Sonato thon adjourned.
Washington, Jan. 14. On motion of
Mr. Bincham, a bill passod to amend tho
act of 1872 providing for holding United
States circuit court in tho western district
Tho houso thon took up tho appropria
Tho ponding quostlon boing nn amond
ment, otfored by Mr. Randall last Satur
day, providing that no money shall bo paid
for transportation of mulls or troops whilo
such companies are in dofault for intorost
on bond Issued by tho govornmonj.hy
common consent, Mr. Randall's u,k J.
ment was withdrawn; and tho following
substituted for it, as ofTorod by Mr.
Hubbard : "That section of tho nr.roy ap
propriation bill approvod March 3, 1871
is heroby repealed and it shall bo tho duty
or tho socretary of tho treasury to apply
all such sums of monoy ns aro no w or shall
become due, either of tho Pacific r'ailroad
companlo oinbraccd within tho provision
of laid section, from tho Unitod State for
transportation of troop and tupplio,
mails, or othorwlso, to the payment of the
Indebtedness jjof iuch company to tha
United Statu for Inttrtit paid by tha
will lcavo thcronoxt April on a European
tour. Ho will visit St. l'etorsburg, Jiornn,
Vienna, London, Paris nlid Southampton.
General Schenck, American minister,
has gono to Chiselhurst. Tho crowd
thoro aro increasing by ovcry train.
Washinoton. Jan. 14. Probabilities
For New England wind veering easterly
and southerly, cloudy weather and rain for
southern portion ami snow for northern por
tion, f or .illilille males casieny 10 oiuu
erly wind, cloudy weather and rain. For
South Atlantic state Kiuthcriy to easterly
wlnd, cloudy weather and iiosslbly rain.
For Gulf nturos cloudy weather, westerly to
northwesterly wind. From 'lcnni-Kee to
Lake Erie ami lower Michigan southerly to
easterly wind, cloudy wvatccr and rain.
From Wisconsin and Illinois wes'ward
northerly to westerly wlndi and cloudy
Sr. Louis, Jan. 14. Flour steady and
firm. Wliuut spring activo and buoyant,
No 3 soft $1 26; No 'J red seller February
$1 30, No'Jtofl$l J; fall higher good
demand, red $1 U0l C3l 70; No i $1
J5. Corn steady No 'I mixed 37c; No 'i
whito mixed 3b(WpBjc. Oats slow mostly
held above buyers, No 'I mixed 2 Bo. Bar
ley steady inactive, primo SOc. ltye
steady No 2 70c. Por quiet S1'J12 26.
Dry salt meats quiet, shoulders 4c; clear
rib Cjtr.clear sides CJc; looso shoulders and
clear rib sollor February up in tho country
sold at 4Cc. Bacon dull, shoulders 6c;
clear rib 7fq clear side 74; on orders
higher; hams lli13c. Lard dull prime
fteam 7c; kettle 7c. Highwines steady
SOc. Cattle dull weak. Hogs opened
steady at $3 G04 85; declining closed at
3 4&3 70; receipts 7,000.
Grand Tower. Jan. 14. River falling
Weather warm with rain nearly nil day.
The Ico is getting rotten and tho gorg
abovo Intro started to-day, but not yet gono
out. Shoro ice ncarlv all cone.
PiTTSBUitG, Jan. 14. River swelling slow
ly, nve ami nail leel mgli. W earner cloudy.
.Mercury 40. a laruo uuaulv of lee has been
running In the river to-day, but as it is very
iigm win noi lmcrierc wun navigaiiou.
Carrie Brook went on the Allegheny dock
to-day, while steamer Baltic came oil.
New Okleanh, Jno. 14. No arrivals
or departures. W eather clear and warm.
EviNKViLLE. Jan. 14. Woather cloudy
and mild, with hard rain nearly all day.
River bus fallon Uftocn Inches. A Uttlo
ico is running tho harbor was cleared to
day by tho Fayotto. Up: Arlington 7-30
p m; f ayetie iu-au; u.a. xurnorana uiiy
of Alton 1pm. Business opening brisk.
ST. Louis, January 14. River falling slow
ly ; frll from errly morning till noou.-slneo
when a dence fog prevailed which almost
compelled ferry boat to tusuend their trips.
No chanuo in the ice gorge above the bridge,
and nothing I known as to how far the river
below I open. Weather mild.
Cincinnati. Jan. 14. River 10 feet and
G inches, and declining. Departed, R. It.
nuuron ior t iieeung, ivs. u. rurKcir ior
.MemplilB, R. W. Sklllengcr for New Orleans
with towboatx, JameH Gilmore, J. A. Wood
and Sam Clark pased down with coal tows.
.Steamer expected are, .Sam. J. Hale from
New Orleans. Light lain, thermometer 43
degrees at 7.
Louisville, Jan. 14. Falling 8 feet C
inches in the canal and G toet 0 inches in
thochuto. No ico at this port. Alight
rain has continued ssnco early last night,
with the atmosphco very warm. Busi
ness light on account of the wuatbor. Ar
rived: Fred Wilson Willi loaded coalboats,
Pittsburg; othors expected. Departed:
Louisville, Nick Loncworth, Minncolu
and Shannon, New Orleans. Packot re
sumed trips. Oakland is putting hor tow
thrcugh tho canal. It consists of 18
boat wito 300,000 bushels of coal. John
A. Ward and Smoky Ulty will bo tho only
boats to got out on this rise, but mora
wator I uxpoctod to lot othors out In a fjw
Cornor Twenty-second street
SUrERIOU STEAM DRIED CORN
Always on band, and at the lowest mark
price, AUo a good article of
Very cheap. Leave orders at UALLIDAY
BROT1IKRH, or apply at tho mill,
Contractor and Builder
Has returned to Cairo
tako conl raeta for
ami Is prepared to
ALL KINDS OF
cjitarterwl Xarnls at, 1MI,
ot pice or
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. B. 8AFFORD. Prosldenf,
8.8. TAYLOR, Vice-President;
U. 0Y8LOP, Secretary and Treasurer
P. M. RiBOtiv, Oil. Oilioh,
K. II. Btocartst a, 1'aol U. Bobdi,
R. 11. Coloi, 11. V. Uaiaibat.
t)iHialM ! mm Asstssssst KrlVMilrM
Tea Ceata SJpwarda.
TNTKRE8T paid on deposit at the rata ol six
JL percent, per annum, March Island Hptm
vrt 1st. Interaat not withdrawn I tJdsd linms-
dlslelj to the principal of the iltposlls, thereby
Klvinx tbem compound interest.
MARRIED WOMEN AND CHILDREN MAT
SO THAT SO OSS IUI OA DA1W IT.
Open ever; Lunlnem any rrom a.m. to 8 p.m.,
and 8tur,Ur ercnmn lor HAVINU DKPoat lt
odIj, from (to o'clock.
auntl W. HTHLOP. Tresiorer.
Our Homo Advortisers.
past record In
THE CITY NATIONAL
refers to hi
Cairo nt a builder.
Headquarters at R. II. Cunnliiglintu'H,
Commercial ave nuo. Rolcrcnru toltetilA;
Maun, R. 11, Cunningham and John Wood,
Ksq. LlOt f.
mmm9l 000 IN ONE WflEK.
To any shrewd man who can do business
on the quiet, 1 guarantee an Immense For
tunes, easily, rapidly, and in perfect safety.
Address in perfect confidence,
28 Weit Fourth street, New York,
1Mb w 3ia,
W. P. 11 A I.LI PAT, rreilden :
IIKNHT L. UALLIDAY, Vice-President
A. II. HAKFOR1), Cuhler;
WALTER HT13I.01', Asilslant Cuhier,
BrisT Tatlos, Rosnr II. Ccmniioiiii,
ltKr L. ItAttlKAT, W. P. Uallilat,
00. V. WlLLIAHSOII, BTSraSN 1IB
A. 3. SArrosD.
Ksebsts;), Cols ausd Vnltod Hsaless
HoiHla BoasliS stsstf Hold.
EPOSITH received, and
a Eeasral banking
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
DANIP.L lltmn, President I
KOIIEKT. MIL. .UK. Vica.presldeat
O. N.lillQIlEH. Cunler.
COLLECTIONS PIIOMFTLY MADE
TTIXClIANrtB, eoin, beak note nd United
JJ HUles eeearltie bought n sold.
r Allawod oBTnsonctHtal
CAIRO CITY COAL
Is prepared to
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
ORDERS left at Ualllday Bros, office, 7
OHIO levkx. or at the Coal Yard below the
St. Charles Hotel, will receive prompt atten
tion. Tho Tuo "Montauk" will bring coal
alongside to steamer at any hour.
iAHKEK & BLAKE,
WALL PAPER, PAINTS,
Patty. Bass mine, Ustaollsse,
WI1TDO "W QLABS.
And tha celebrated illumination
ilTII T. COM
CAPE GIRARDEAU AND ILLINOiS
Conimeroial-av., Foot of Elovonth-Bt.
Host quality of Li mo and Comont al
ways on hand, and for salo at tho
vnrv lovnat fleuroi for rash.
I hereby given that default havlr.ir been
mado for more than lxty day In tho pay
ment or a portion of the
amount secured to he paid by a
certain mortgago executed by Frank Han
ramp to Naniuel KtaaU Taylor and Edwin
Parsons, trustees of tho Cairo City Property,
dated March 10, lftl, and recorded In the
recorder' office, In and for Alexander
county, in the state ol ;illlnoi, In book L of
deeds, on page tW7, etc, wc, tho under
slimed, said trustees, will on Friday, tho
'24th day of January next, A. D. 187U, at 10
o clock In the forenoon of that day, under
and by virtue of tho miwcr ofsalo contained
in said mortgage, sell at public auction tithe
highest bidder, Tor cash, at the office building
of said trustee, corner of Washington ave
nue and Klghtcenlh street, in the city of
Cairo, n Alexander county and state of Illi
nois, all the right, title and Interest of said
frank Ilancamp, or his assigns, In nnd to
lot numbered a (threes In 1,1,.,. it miii,...,i
40 (forty,) In said city of Cairo, according to
thn Mnnn(.il ! . tl...i...liL . , .
f"ces, to catlsfy the purpose and condT
aiuu ui sum inongage.
. I'AATS TAYLOR,
t. .1V.,,,ce"?ll,c Calro Uty Property,
Dated Cairo, Illinois, December UO, 1872
J. E. LUFKIN,
Wholesale nnl Retail roeer
Has on hand at all times Vegetables, Fruit
uuuer auu l.ard,
Monet, Tropical Fruits, Etc., Etc
KTAII ironds Warranted Freth. and sold
nt small Profit.
N. It. Parcels delivered In ntiv lisrt nftlin
Ity to Customers.
WEST ("IKK COMMERCIAL AVE., BETWEEN
lab and 18th streets.
H it CAIKO. II.I.INO.
Is herebv L'ivcn that rtcrn.it t,
made for more than lxty days In the pay.
mentor a portion or the amount (cured to
be paid by a certain mortgage executed by
John P. I aggart to Samuel btaats Ta lor ntiU
Kdwlu Parsons, trustee or tho Cairo City
rroiieny, uaicu iov. u, isoi, and recorded
in the recorder's office, In a.id lor Alexander
county, In the statu ol Illinois In book P ol
deeds on page Iir.'.eto., we, thr undersigned
trustee, will on Friday, the '.'Ith day or Jan
tiarv next. A. I). 1ht:i. at in nVWi-in ti,
lorenoon oi mai uay, uniler and by virtue or
auu nine ui null? cuiliailll'll ill B.lltl lilnrTirtitrn
sell at nubile auction, to the highest bidder,
for cash, at tho ollico building r said trus
tees, corner of Washington avenue and
hWhtceiith street, in Ihu city or Cairo, in
Alexander county and etnto or Illinois all
the right, title and Interest or said John P.
Toggart, or his assign, In and to lots num
bered 10 (nineteen,) '10 (twenty,) 21 (twenty
one.) 23 (twenty-two.) 8.1 (twenty-three .tnnd
21 (twenty-four.) in block B8 (Ulty-olght,) in
auu k iiba AiiuiAioii io mo riiyiu tairo, ac
cording to the recorded plat thereof", with
the appurtenances, to catlsfy the purposes
aim couuition orsalil mortgage.
S. hl AATs TAYLOR,
" KDW1N PARSONS,
Tnistccs of the Cairo City Property.
Dated Cairo, Illinois, December UO, 187J.
Is hereby given that default having been
made Ior more than sixty days in the pay
ment ol a portion or the amount secured to
bo paid by n certain mortL'ace executed by
Joseph McKcnzie to Samuel Staats Taylor
aim j-.uwiu x arsons, iruticcB oi me Cairo
City Property, dated September 13, 18C3.and
recorded in the recorder' office, In and for
Alexander county, in the state of Illinois i
book P or deeds, on page 110, etc., wc, the
undersigned said trustees, will on Friday.
the 21th day or January next, A. D. 18711, at
10 o'clock in the forenoon of that day, under
auu uy virtue ui mo power oi sale contained
In said mortcairo.scll at nubile auction to the
highest bidder, for cash, at the office build
ing or said trustees, corner or Washington
avtmua uml K.lijnieciuh etiuvi, in tile city or
Cairo, in Alexander countv and state of till.
noil, all the right, title and interest or said
Joseph McKculo or his assigns, in and to loin
numbered 16, (fifteen,) 10 (sixteen,) and 17
(seventeen,) in block numbered 2 (two,) In
the Fourth addition to tho said cltv ol Cairo.
according to the recorded nl.it thereof, with
the appurtenance, to satisfy the purposes
auu couuiuou oi nam mortgage
S. ST A ATS TAYLOR,
Trustee of the Cairo City Property.
Dated Cairo, Illinois, December 3u, 1872,
Our Home Advertisers.
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THE 3ST E3W SYSTEM.
OHOOERIElS RETAILED AT WHOLESALE
l'HIUEA FOR CASH.
ATI!. O. THIELEOKE'S STORE
WAaltlNOTON AVENUE, UETWEEN TENTU
AND ELEVENTU BTHEETS.
BC .Us. dry Cuba Sugar for - - -$5 0
0J .i m .1 ,i ... i 00
UJ ids. A coueo Cjuunr, r. I. run. i oti
1 " Primo Rio CoiToo for - - 1 00
HJ Cholco " ' - 1 00
3 " Old Uovernmont Jnvn - - 1 0C
Toa and other stnplo and fancy Qroco-
rios equally it cheap.
uooiis now ana tun weight givon. can
NEW YORK STOKE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAUOEIT VAniETT STOCK IN TIIE CITY
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Corner of Nlnecrrntti atrevtnsiit Com
W. W. THORNTON'S,
DUILDKRS' SUPPLY DKTOT,
18 TENTH ITtllT,
Boar, ftaaki Bllstda, sxMiassa,
EaveeattersMwo!) Window mj1 mt
rraast, ttrtmtt, Lass,
NlslssKlm, lliBd Mali, Vim Mela
IJgku, Ulaaed Traiaaa,
NalB Welckta, HMh lallla o
nilssd raataalaga, mjs
rl(, Kooflssa; csnt, PlaaMs-la
Papvr, Carpat rels, Wkil
IkmI, Uiss Oil, AsBasieaa WLsMUw
Qla, KsiRllals aadrrMek
Plole Olaaa, rsslljr, Ufaalar'a raaaSa
Hewer PI past, Fatani tmiisiays
A OKNTS lor Rock Riser Psper OosSMJaj'
J Hlieatl.ina Fell and UaartsOemtot
. II. W John's Improved Rooflnc always ea
And Dealer In
VEQETA1ILKS, FRUITS. EflOS, LARD
r nrau lturi'Kii, Ki'c.
C3T All Goods warranted fresh, and noli!
the lowest prices.
Comer nth St. andCommerclalAve.
T II K
CAIRO PRICE CURRENT
DAYS OF ISSUE TUESDAY ANDFRIDAY
Offlce In tho lltilletln Dulldlnir, corner o
Twelfth St. aud Washliifton ave.
Kumisliod In nuantltlea to suit ntbserlb
er, with their card at the head of the first
column: Price 93 Pr hundrtd, payable
itLavo ordtn on Bomlnf of Ihu
Is hereby given that default having been
made for mora than sixty days in the pay
ment of a portion of the amount secured to
be paid by a certain mortgage executed bv
Ervin Maxwell to Samuel Staats Taylor and
Edwin Parvons, trustees ol the Cairo City
Property, dated September 10. 18C3. and
recorded In the recorder's offlce, in and for
Alexander county, in the state ot Illinois, in
l 1- 1, .1 , ri ..... . i
UVUK VI UvlUS, UIJ J'UU mtitf L'IC, 1110
undersigned said trustees, will, on Friday,
the 24th day ot January next, A. D., 1873, at
10 o'clock lu the lorenoon or that day, under
auu uy vinuu oi me power oi sale contuincc
iu said mortgage, self, at public auction, to
tho highest bidder, for cash, at the ofllco
building of said Trustees, corner of Wash.
Ington uvcnuo and Klghtccnth street, in the
City or Cairo, in Alexander countv and state
orilllnols, all tho right, title and Intel est or
said Ervin Maxwell or his a.ltrns. in and to
lot numbered 3 (Three), In block numbered
48 (forty-eight), in the first addition to said
city ot Cairo, according to the recorded plat
thereof, with the uppurtcnauccs: to satWy
the purposes and condition of said Mortgage.
S. STAATS TAYLOR.
Trustees of the Cairo City 1'ropcrty.
Dated, Cairo, Ills., December U0, 1U72.
la hereby given that default having been
mado for more than sixty day iu the pay
ment or a portion of the amount secured to
be paid by a certain mortgage executed by
Warren C. Dunning to Samuel Staat Taylor
and Edwin Parsons, trustee or tho Cairo
City Property, dated November 11th. lwil.
aim rccurucuiu mo recorders oiuce, in anil
Ior Alexander countv. luthe state or Illinois.
In Dook K, of dee is, on page 388, etc., we,
me uuucrsigucii miiu inn-iocs, win on r ri
dav, tho '24lli day of Jiuiuury next, A. D.,
1873, at 10 o'clock In the lorenoon of that
day, under aud by virtue of the power ol
sale coutalnedln said mortgage, sell, at pub
lic auction, to tho highest bidder, lor cash,
at the. ollico building of said trustees, corner
or Washington uvcuuo aud Klghtcenlh street,
in iiih cuy oi iairo, in Aiexanuer county
and state of Illinois, nil the right, title uud
intercut of said Warren C. Dunning or his as
sign, iu and tolotsiiumbercdMl(tlilrly-oue),
and 32 (thirty-two), lu block numbered 73
(seventy-three,) lu said city of Cairo, accord
ing to the recorded plat thereof, with the
appuncuuaces, to hausiy uiu purposes auu
cuiiuiiiou ui suiu morigagu.
H. M. HULKN,
MEE0 II.A N D ISK BROK E 11
Purchasing for Merchants a speciality.
Office : 110 Ohio Levee, CAIRO, ILLS.
tSTReferoncc, Cairo Merchant.
FOR LADLES, MEN AND C1LUJJREN,
EionTLT ST., Ut. Com. A Wasit.,
Has just opened a new and stylish estab
lishment, fully un to the time, and Invite
old customers and new, ladles, children aud
all, to favor him with their patronage.
t3TAII work done In the Latest Stylo
WOOli I WOOD I I WUOD 1 1
Th undersigned will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
Aa Cheap, II not Chear
had any wood dealer In Cairo. Leave order
on thn Hiatus al Ibn l'ii.lUI uud t Him
coal yard, on Commercial avenue, between
Tenth aud twelfth streets, Cairo. Illinois. 1
give good measure and will cord the wood
autl0-tl DENNIS HALEY.
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
a avsrjr descrlptlea,
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR POSTS
doors, sasu, blinds
Furnished on shortest nolloa.
Commeroiai-av, bet lOtb and lltk-ati
'72. FALL'AND WINTER 73.
c. HAN NY.
XBNTUOXT JIAVf, FXTKA,
LARGE STOCK OF OA RF STING
ilia Ksitlra Mask
VERY LOW FIGURSS.
OOnNXH 8TH ST. AND OOliMlBOIAL-AY.,
S. STAATS TAYLOR,
Trustees of tho Cairo City Property,
Dated, Cairo, Ills,, December U0, 187'J.
Is hereby given that default having been
made for inoro than sixty daya iu tbu pay
ment of a portion ol tho amount secured to
ho paid by u certain mortgage executed by
.loxciih MeKcnzlu to Samuel Staata Taylor
and Kdwlu 1'arsoiiH, trustees of the tutor
City 1'ropcrty, dated March lfith, 18(15, and
recorded In the recorder' olllee, in and lor
Aloxandor county, in tho Mate ol' Illinois, in
book 1'. of deeds, on pago 11(1, etc.. wc, tho
undersigned said trustees, will, on Friday,
tho mth day ol January, next, A. D., 187il,
at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of that day, un
der uud by virtue of tho power of salo con
tained in said mortgago, sell, at public auc
tion, to the highest bidder, for cash, at the
oltlco building of said trustees, corner of
w uniiiiigion avenue auu J'.iguu'cnui Ktrcet,
iu tho city or Cairo, In Alexander county
and stato of Illinois, all the right, title rnd
interest of said Joseph Mclveuzlu or his as
signs, in and to lot numbered 32 (thirty
two), 83 (thlrty-throc). and UI (thlity-fotiri,
In block numbered '1 (two), iu the fourth ad
dition to salt city of Cairo, according to tho
recorueu piai mereoi, wun inu appurtenan
ces to satisfy tho purpose aud condition ol
8. STAATS TAYLOR,
Trustee or the Cairo City Property,
, Datedj Cairo, 111, December 90, Isi'J.
HEAL EMTATK AOENtit.
0. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
74 (HkXOND VLOOtt) OHIO L1T,
Bur and Sill Real Ehtatb,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
Ami eire OonTeyiaee nfKlods!
Johu (. Ihiricnn.
JOHN Q. IIARMAN & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
NorlUCor.Utli at. stud Ohio Lava-
WIN RN AMD I.IIAOURS.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Meaasa imsmsimssimmsmiss '
kesp eonstaatly oa haad a saosl earn
piste ttoek of
Abstract of Title, Couveyanclng ms
peclalty, Real Estate bought auiTsold.
tirVucu l'ald, tte.
OOTOK AND IRIIB WBMXIM
Fort, Maderla, Sherry and OatawU Wb
RUMYTn" CO. stiTaicluslvtly ft cuk,ta
. which fact thev Invite tha aspasial attsss.
lion of close brln buyer.
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