JOHN H. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 1873.
Preaching, Sabbath at 10 a.m. and 7 p.m
Prayer mooting, Wednesday at 7) p. m.
habbath School, 3 p.m. .1. M. Lansdcn, Su
perintendent. Kiev. H. Tiiaykii, Pastor
1ETHODIST.-Cor. Eighth and Walnut Bts.
I'reachlnKi Habbath at 101 and 7 p. m
Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 74 p.m.
Sabbath School, S. p.m. L. W. Htlllwell,
Htipcriiitcndent. Hsv. F. J.. TifOMrso.v,
CHURCH OK THK REDEEMER Episco
Monilmr prayers. Sabbath 101 a.m.
r.vcning prayers, itp.ui.
Habbath School, U a.m.
Ukv. K. Coin, Rector.
ST. PATRICK'S CHUHCH-NInth HU and
I'ubllc service, Habbath 8:10 aud 101 a.m.
Vi'stiers, 7 tun.
Sabbath School. 2 p.m.
Hun Ice every day, 8 a.m.
ItKV. P. J. O'ilAIXOKAN, Priest.
hT. JOSEPH'S CHURCH. (German,) cor
ner of Walnut utid Cross, streets.
Mass, ever)' Sabbath at 10 o'clock a. in.
Vespers, 2 p. ui.
Mass during week days, 8 o'clock a. in.
Hkv. C. Hoffman, Priest.
HERMAN LUTHERAN ClHJHCH-13th
street between Washington Avenue and
Walnut street. ,
Preaching Sunday morning at 10 o'clock.
Sabbath .School at 2 o'clock p.m. II. C.
ItKV. Uoii't. llKl.MKi, I'astor.
VOUNO MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIA
TION. Regular ctlng second Monday
rach month at their room (iter Jtockwell
A t.'o's bookstore, Commercial atenue.
Weekly Prayer meeting, Friday, 7J p.m. at
L. W. Mtu.wri.i., President.
SECOND MISSIONARY IIAI'TIST
CHURCH. Corner Sycamore and Forty.
tlit Ntrcet". Preaching Sabbath at 11
o'clock a. m. ami :i o'clock p. in.
Sunday School 1 o'clock p. in.
Th church l connected with the IIIIiioIh
Association, by the First Missionary llap
tlt Church bl Cairo.
Hkv. Solomon I.iio.vaiid, I'asUir.
FltlCAN METHODIST.-Fourtccnth, be
ween Walnut und Cedar,
vrvlcet, Sabbath, 11 a.m.
bbath School. Ij p.m.
,im UlcetK at 3 p.m.
r".COND FREE Wll.I. HAPTIST'-Flf-tecntti
Street., between Walnut and Cedar.
Service Sabbath, II and .') p. m.
llr.v. N. Kickh, Pa-tor.
FREE WII.I. IIAI'TIST HOME MISSION
SAUHATII SCHOOL. Corner Walnut
and Cedar Street.
Sabbath School, ! a.m.
FIRST KltKK WII.I. IIAI'TIST CHURCH
-Curry's Uarrackn .
Sen-ices, Sabbath 11 a.m., 3p.m. it 7 p.m.
IlEV. Wm. Kr.LI.KY. Pastor.
FIRST MISSIONAHY UAPTIST CHUltCU.
-Cedar, between Ninth and Tenth St.
Preaching Sabbath, 101 ,"'. and 71 p.m.
l'rayer meeting, Wednesday evening.
Preaching, Friday evening.
Sabbath School, 11 p.m. John Vanliaxtor
aud Mary Stephen. Superintendent!!.
ItKV. T. .1. Siioiies, Pastor.
SECOND IIAI'TIST CHUHCH-Fourteeuth
Street, between Cedar and Walnut. The
only llaptUt church recognized by tlie As
sociation. Sendees, Sabbath, 11 a.m. 3 p,m. and 7 p.m.
Hrv. Jacoii IIkaulky, Klder.
AIRO TCOMMANDERY, No. 13. Stated
Awembly at the Asylum Masonic Hall, Brat
and third Saturday In each montli.
CAUtO COUNCIL, No. 21. Regular Convo
cation at Masonic Hall, the second Krliiay
in each month.
CAUtO CHA1TKH No. 71.-Hegular Con
vocation at Masonic Hall, on the third
Tuesduy ol every month,
CAIHO 1.00(1 K, No. 2.17 F.& A. M. Regu
lar Communication at Masonic Hall, the
second und fourth Monday of each mont h.
At.KVANDKU I.OUOK. A Meets in Odd.
Kcllow' Hall, In Arter's building, every
Thurday evening at o o ciock.
(lovcnior .lohn M. 1'almer;
Lleutenant-Oovcnior John Dougherty ;
Secretary of State Edmund Hummel ;
Auditor of State C. K. I.ippincott :
State Treasurer K. N. llattn ;
Supt. Public Instruction Newton llateman
Senator Lyman Trumbull and John A.
Representative for the State-at-Large S.
itcprcentativo Thirteenth District John
MEMHEHS OENKHAL ASSEMULY".
Senator, Klrt Dlntrict T. A. K. Holcomb,
f Union, and S. K. (llbon, or Oallatlu.
HcpreenUHlc, Klit Dintrict H. WaUon
Judge D. J. llaker, of Alexander.
Kroccutiug Attorney J. K. McCartney,
Clerk It. 8. Y'ocum.
Sberiir-A. H. Irvln.
"Win. Martin Aehor and Trcaturcr.
Judge K. llross.
AociatCH J. K. McCritc and S. M archil
don. Clerk .Jacob U. Lynch.
Coroner John II. Uosnraan.
Mayor John M. I.ansden,
Treasurer R. A. Cunningham,
Comptroller E. A. llurnett.
Clerk Michael Howley.
Marhal Androw Cain,
Attorney 1 II. Pope.
Police Magistrates V. Ilrosx and 11. bnau
Chief of Police L. II. Myem.
Mayor John M. Lanaden.
First Ward P. a. Schuh.
Second Ward C. It. Woodward.
Third Ward Jno. Wood.
Fourth AVord 8. StaaU Taylor.
Clty-at-Largo W. P. HaUiday and D.
BOAUD OK AI.DKHMKN.
First Ward-Jamca ltearden, A. B. 8af
lord, Isaac Waldcr.
Second Ward-R. H. Cunningham, E. Ru
der, Q. Stance!, James Swayne.
Tliird Ward-Wm. Strattnu, J. 11, lhtUI.
J Fourth Ward Jno. U. Robinson, a, 11.
caso, J. II. Mctcalf.
TT7 TI T nin ITMTTT I
I 11 II M 1111 n a'
f mm AAA. JftAJLWTl
SENATOHS AND RKI'RESENTA-
TIVKS HEFOUE THE
MORI FilER COMMITTEE.
I) I NO HAM DECLARES IT TO RE
A SQUARE TRANSAC-TION.
KKV1HIOX OK THK MISSOURI
"Washington, Jan. 10. At tlio sc!on
of the Credit Mobilier committco Sonator
Patterson testified that ho had rover had
any stock, or derlvcJ any benefit directly
or Indirectly from that corporation.
Senator Wilson testified nub-tMitlallyJlo
what has already been published; that
stock win taken in his wife's name, but
surrendered when lio ascertained all the
facts of thn case.
Representative Jlinglmm in ado
a square statement to tho of-
fct that ho had purchased twenty shares
of stock mid received dividends upon
it and defended tlio transaction as per
fectly legitimate, thu samo as though it
was bank stock. It was purely a business
transaction, and had never influenced his
"ote in tho bouo.
Mr. SchoSold testified ho had given
Oakes Ames $1,000 to purchaso ten shares
with, hut subsequently ascertaining about
the personal liability clause in Ames'
contract, ho had requested tho return of
his money, which was complied with. Ho
finally agreed to tako some of his railroad
securities instead of stock. The balance
was settled in money. "Witness knew
nothing of Ames desiring congressional
aid. "Witness voted against tbo act of
1861, giting tho company's mortgage
priority. Nothing was said about legisla
tion. Nover received any dividend.
Mr. Kulley testified that bo had a con
tract with Ames for ten shares of stock,
but paid Ames no money, and when A tries
came and told him subsequently that lio
could not lot bim have the stock, be con
sidered the transaction off.
Jeitekkon City, Mon Jan. 1C. A reso
lution in favor of tho appointment of a
joint committee of fifteen to revise and
amend tho constitution was lost by nearly
a two-thirds voto in tho house.
"Wabiiinoton, Jan. 1C. Tho commilteo
on ways and means on next Tuesday will
consider the subject of refunding cotton
roiorvoj that largo gold
resorrei aro now hold in mo
treasury; that notes aro widely cir
culated and havs tbo confldcnco of the
peopio and can bo supported by public
credit. Under these circumstances It is
scarcoly probablo that any considerable
sum will be provided. Ho said tbat tho
resumption of speclo payment Is demandod
by tho public faith, public policy and spir
itual law. Individual hardships nro not a
an lllclont reason for a violation of public
faith or tho disregard of genoral interests
or policy of tho wholo country. Tho effect
of specie payment Is greatly exaggerated
as to tho porsons it will Injure. Our busi
ness mon aro not only debtors, but
they nro creditors. They aro Injured by
adding to the burden of thoir debts; they
are boncflttod by Itcrcasing their credits.
No oiporlimce has shown that tho desire
for tpeclolsmojt Injurious to tho laboring-men.
It produces a falso standard of
value, tho effect of which is not noticed by
tho laboring man, or by a trador, or mer
chant. Even upon current debts and
credit tbo effect of n specie standard
will surely bo appreciable, for tho nominal
loss will bo discounted in advance,
or to divided during n gradual
appreciation of paper money. Tho great
er burden will fall upon debts running a
long period of time, as upon corporation
bonds arid mortgages. Thosothat wero in
exlitenco before- tho legal tondcr act took
effect, it is but right to bo ptld In speclo,
while those contracted tinea have been is
issued in expectancy of epecie payments
before this time. Still whilo tho effcot of
specie standard upon debts is groatly ex
agerated it cannot bo deujed that if it is
followed by a contraction of currency, it
will causo distress and ombarrasmont to
very many who havo contracted
debt on a currency base, but
this argument of hardship will apply only
to thoso who aro controlled by it ; who
can never pay our debts, and tho lost lirna
will not inako it easier. Our financial con
dition Is now so much stronger that we
can afford to do right, and yet in such a
way as ;to injuro in tho least possiblo
degree, those who contracted debts on cur
rency basis. Again, tho effect of a speclo
standard in producing a contraction of
currency is greatly cxagoratcd, and a con
traction or currency is not necessarily a
result of specie payments. Undoubtedly,
a contraction of currency would produce
spucio payments, but it is a more direct
road to specie payments, and if tho paper
money in circulation is in excess of tho
wants of tho community, it is tho only-
n tho Missouri rivor and that the gorgo
at St. Charles broko to-day. Stoamboat
men anticipato n movement of the ico hero
to-night and added cables and hawsers to
tho wbarfboati, steamers, barges, olc, to
provent if possiblo their bolng carried
away. Tho Ico at Grand Towor also
started to-day and indications now are
that tbo river will bo closod from the
mouth of tho Missouri to Cairo in n very
hort timo if thoro Is any considerable
amount of water above. The sudden
chango in the river will not provent a
Washington, Jan. 17, 1 a. m Proba
bilities For MidJlo states wind veering
to brisk westerly and northorly, clear and
cloaring weather. From Upper lsuei and
Lake Erio and Oulf and South Atlantic
coast northorly and westerly winds, low
and falling barometer and clear and clear
ing weather for to-dsy (Friday.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
OFFICE WINTER'S III.OCK,
GREEN & GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William Ha Urten. 1
William B Gilbert, V
Miles P. Gilbert, J
kWSpeoia. attention glTto te Admiralty and
OIIIOI OHIO L1VW, BOOK! 7 An $ OTWs
OITT MATXOVAJt 8AXE.
FI RST CON O REG ATION A LIST
CHURCH IN CHICAGO
Washinoton, Jan. 10. A bill was in
troduced authorizing tbo socretary of war
to contract for building several light
draft snagboats for tho Mississippi, Mis
souri and Arkansas rivers.
On motion of Senator Nyo bills were
passed tiling the compensation and length
of sessions of territorial legislatures, and
committing tbo cares of penitentiaries to
Senator Schurz, from tho committco on
foreign rolations, reported the house bill
foi tho representation of tho United States
at the Vienna exposition, with an amend
ment increasing tho appropriation from
$100,000 to $300,000.
Sonator Uobsburg movod to mnko tho
amount $150,000 instoad of $300,000; lost.
Tho amendment of tho committeo making
tho amount $300,000 was then adopted.
Sen, Carpenter said ho voted toincroaso
tho amount to $3C0,000 becauso if an ap
propriation was to be mado at all, that wns
littlo enough, but so long as the Washing
ton monument stood in it present unfin
ished and dilapidated condition, u shamo
and roproach to ovory American in tho
oyes of evory foreignor visiting our land,
ho would nover voto $300,000 or any sum
to bo sunk in n show to Europe. Ho then
offored an amendment appropriating$300,
000 for tho oomplotion of tho Washington
Sonator Trumbull predicted that before
tho Vienna exposition business onded it
would cost tbo United States ono million
of dollars. At tho oxpirntlon of tho morn
ing hour tho bill wont over.
Sonator Shorman called up tho Ilucking-
ham bill providing for a return to specio
payment, and addrcssod tho senato upon
After somo unimportant business de
bate oponod on tho bill for tho admission
of Colorado its a stnto. E. K. Roberts
opposed tho measure.
2At expiration tho morning hour bill
wont over without action, and then tho
houso went Into committeo of tho wholo
on tho consular bill, without making
much progross. Tho committeo roso at
two o'clock and tho houso proceoded to
consideration of tho Oklohama, Indian
"When we considor tbo vast oxtcnt of our
country, Its rapid growth, yaluo of produc
tions and goneral uso of papor money, it
it unreasonable to suppose tlnvt nil of it
outstanding can bo maintained in circula
tion on speclo standard. It must bo ro
momberod that tho total In tho Unitod
States now Is $300,000,000; that very
large sums must bo retained by banks at
BULLETIN BUILDING WASHINGT0N-AV.
J, D. Parker, B.AV. Sklllenger, MollleEr
bert for Cincinnati; John Kllyour, City of
Cairo, from New Orleans ; Arlington, a
Memphis towboat; Jno. A. Wood, Oll
moro, Grand Lake No, 2, Jno. Gllmore,
Sam. Clark, Abo. McDonald, and Oakland
expect to start down with tow. Jno. Kll
your and Arlington expected to got thro'
ctnnl to.nlght. About 45 coalboats and
barges at tho head of canal waiting to get
Our Home Advertisers.
Ciiicacio, Jan. 10. Tho First Congre
gational church, corner of "Washington and
Ann streets, took tiro about C:30 this oven
Ing and was ontirely consumod. It was
ono of tho finest stono structures in tho
country, costing $1"5,000, Tho last of its
indebtedness had Just boon paid off.
Great sympathy is folt for ltev. Goodwin,
tho pastor, who was very successful in tho
ministry. Tbo parsonage, adjoining tbo
church, is being abandoned to tbo llames.
MECHANICS' BANK OP PHIL
ADELPHIA ROBBED OF
St I.ouii1, Jan. 1C Flour steady, firm
and unchanged. "Wboat active and firm;
sales soft, East track, $1 3Sujl 40; No I
roil lull 1 w, $1 Uu. lorn linn ;
No 'Jt whilo mixed 39c, No 'i mixed seller
February 35c. Oats held higher No 'J
mixed 31c, whito mixed 32c. llarley
sellers firm, good demand for No 3 spring
and crudes abovo ; No C 70c, No 1 90c.
Ryo In good demand and firm; No 2 73
Toe. Pork $19(1'.! 60; djy salt meat
quiet and unchanged; loose clear rib OJc,
ditto clear sides 0c, ditto shoulders up
country seller first of March 4c. Hacon
in fair demand, clear rib 7c, slcar sides
7c, In lots Jc hlgucr. Lara in hotter de
mand; primu stsum 7c. Hlghwines firm
nt 90c. Cattlo quiet and unchanged.
Hogs easier for buyors, at $3 263 "5 ;
mostly S3 600 uu ; recoipts y,zuo.
Uinc.uio, Jan. it. tiour in gooa de
mand. "Wheat activo and highca but un
settled; No 2 spring SI 22; spot $1 231
February; No3$l 0"1 OS; No 1 nomi-
nal. Corn quiet shade firmer; No 'i mixed
30 Jc spot; 3OJ03OJc February. Oats
firmer; No 2 '2625Jc. Rye steady; No 2
G7 j;8c. itarley arm, jno I tail i'J(ij
70ic; No 3 G8(n,C0c. Provisions active.
Mess pork Stl 0CU 70 spot; 15 'lb
March: meats very strong; green hams
OJc for 18 pound average; 7j8 for 15
avomgo. Lard fair and advanced, "Jc
spot; bulk meals steady; shoulders 3j
3c; S C all loose; bacon quiet but firmly
held. wnisKoy bbjc
New York, Jan. 16. Flour less activo
but firm; supor western $CG 60, common
to good extra S7 107 05, good to choice
J7 20, whito wheat extra S8 34$10.
Whisky lower, 05c. Wheat moro active
and firm; No 2 mill spring in storo 05c
CCc, No 3 and 3 mixed $1 50, ao 3 spring
$1 601 CGJ. Ryo and barley unchanged.
Corn dull: old winter mixed afloat C.r(u)
CCJc, storo C3J04c, new west'n GSJMc.
Oats quiet, steady; New "Western b'l
624C Whito 45fm55c, Ulack 48 51c.
Coffee excited on account of rumors of the
loss of steamer Erio with 20i000 bags,
Rio 10 19 c. Sugarquiet, Rofining 9.
Molasses quiet. Pork quiet, Mess 13.76,
I'rlmo Mes 11 & 14.50. Beef shade
easier, Mess eO 11, extra 12 12);
Cut Meats unchanged; Middlo Woak
lone clear 01 r 7 : short clear January 7
Long and Short Clear Milch 7J. Lard
firmer : "Western Steam 81: Kettle 8! h
New Orleans, Jan, IB. Flour scar c
with a good local demand; XXX $7 60
i'J. choice S'J GUfaiio. corn scaeco ana
hlirhen whito CCc. Oats firm at $4W,50c,
Bran scarce, S 30, Hay in fair demand
choice $39fS41. Pork dull. Dry salt
meats scarco und firmer at 5757 Jc. Ba
con in domand and scarce, 6Y91lOJc.
HOms firm; sugar curod S1C17. Lard in
light supply; tierces 88Sc, keg OJc. Sugar
in fair demand; lnfrior 6c, common C
"c, fair to fully fair 78c; prime 9J.
Molasses in good domand; fair 6354c,
prime 5457c, strictly prime S8G0.
Mempais, Jan. 10. Cotton dull and
roapmg good; ordinary, 17; low mdg.
18J : recoipts 2100 ; shipments, 790; stock
29,040. Corn Meal nono hero. Corn
scarco and firm 00; Otits icarco and firm
50 62, nil in store. Hay, nono here.
Bran 27 in store. Bulk Meats steady ;
shoulders, 4j ; sides 6 CJ. Lard held
firm but domand light 8 9.
'72. FALL AND WINTER 73.
C. H AN NY.
KENTUCKY JKANS, FXTRA,
iF'L.A.as-isr IB I, s .
LARUE STOCK OF CABPKTING
Ill Entire Ntoek
VERY LOW FIGURES.
CORNER 8TU BT. AND COMMIRCI AL-AV.,
PiULAtF.t.riiiA, Jan. 1U. At Lancas
ter, yesterday, whilo two confederates on
gaged tho cashlor of tbo Mechanics' bank,
in front, tho third onlored by tho rear and
stolo $40,000 in bonds.
Nkw York, Jan. 1C In tho Tweed
case this morning tno court heard too
testimony of Deputy Comptroller Storrs,
and Auditor Lynos, as to tho loss of tho
stolon vouchers, to sco whethor secondary
ovldonco might be admitted so as to con
nect them with dorendant. Tho defence
stoutly objected to that part of tho testi
mony, but tbo court admitted it.
ter ft In
THK SUPPLY EXPEDITION
HAVE REACHED LIVINGSTONE.
IS ON HIS WAY TO THE IN
TERIOR OF AFRICA.
London, Jan. 15. Advices from Zanzi
bar up to tho 30th of Novombor, stato that
tho supply oxpoditlonfor Llvlngstono had
reachod him, Llvlngstono had started
fot tho interior of Africa.
THE "WEATHER AND 1UVER AT
St, Louis, Jan. 10, Woathor turned
quilo cold, and about two inohes of snow
foil to-day. Tho mercury has boon ov
oral degreos bolow froeztnc point and it is
iroezing hard to-night. Tho river is rising
fast, from tba effects of tbo lalo rains.
Dispatches say there has been a big rise
II lie nnd Fnll of tbe Htveri.
For 'ithourt ending at 3 p.m. Jan. 10, 1872.
Cairo. - ri
Si. Uuli 110 4li
I'lltsburs 11 uu.
WINEN AND I.HIOUIISI.
It. SMYTH & CO.,
Also, hf-ep oonnUntljr on hand a mo.t com
pitta ntock ot
SCOTCH AMD IEISU WUI8KIKS
Port, Madoria, Sherry and Catawba "Winos
p UIIYTM CO. ncll eirlu.lTPlj for cash, to
Al. anion iaci mT inrus toe enpociiu miura
tion "I clo.o bargain btijr.
If. M. ST OO KF LET II,
J. E. LUFKIN,
Wholenl nntl Retnll (Irocer,
Has on hand at all times Vegetable", Fruits
iiutier ana r.Ki;. l-aril.
Honey, Troi'Ical Fiiuith, Etc., Etc
tSTAll foods Warrantetl Fresh, aud sold
nt unall l'rollt.
N. It. l'arrcN dellveri-d to nnv nart of the
city to CtiMomerii.
WEST SIDE COlfMKKUIAI. AVE., UETWXEN
17th AND 18th BTKKETM.
20-tf CAIRO, 11,1.1X0.
THE DtT22"W" SYSTEM.
RETAILED AT WHOLESALE
fHICEli VOK CASH.
AT II. C. TUIELEOKE'S STORE
WASHINGTON AVENUE, 1IETWEES
AND ELEVENTH ST It I ITS.
BC?bs. DRY Cuba Sugar for - - - 5
9j a ii ii ,i . . . 1
oj lbs. A cotieo sugar, i. l. am. i
4 " Prime Klo Coffoo for - - 1
3 " Choico " " . - 1
3 " Old Oovernmont Java - - 1
Teas and othor staplo and fancy Qroco-
ries equally as cheap.
Uoods now and run woigni gtvon. v;au
NEW YORK STOKE,
WHOLESALE AND IlETAIL.
LAKQEST VAHIETY STOCK IN THE CITY
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Corner of Klnestit!i slrNt ssssd Corn
Our Homo Advertisers.
Is hereby given that default having been
made for more than sixty days In the pay.
mcnt of a portion of the
amount secured to be paid by
certain mortgao executed by Frank Han
camp to .Samuel Staatu Taylor and Edwin
Pardons, trustees of the Cairo City Property,
dated March 10, 1WU, mid recorded In the
rcconlcr'.s ofllec, In anil lor Alexander
county, In the Mate ol Illinois, In book L of
deed., on pafo 097, etc, we, the tinder
slmicd, said trustees, will on Friday, the
'JUli day of January next, A. D, 1873, at 10
o'clock In tho forenoon of that day, under
and by virtue of tho power of sale contained
lu:tid mortgage, self at public auction tithe
hlijhost bidder, for cash, at the office building
of said trustees, corner of Washington ave
nue and Eighteenth street, In the city of
Calro.ln Alexander county and state of Illi
nois, all the right, title nnd Interest of said
Frank Hnncninp, or bis assigns, In and to
lot numbered a (three,) In block numbered
40 (forty,) In said city or Cairo, according to
the recorded plat thereof, with the appurte
nances, to satlry the purposes and condl-
nun oi sam mnrutagc.
S. STAATS TAYLOR,
TrtHtccsof tho Cairo City Property.
Dated Culro, Illinois, December U0, 1872.
Ik hereby given that default having been
made Tor morn than sixty day In the pay.
mentor a portion of the amount secured to
be paid by it certain mortgage executed by
John P. Tagg.trt to Samuel Stnats Taylor and
t'dwln I'arsons, trustees nt the Cairo City
Property, dated Nov. 14, 1HM. and recorded
In the recorder's ofllec, In a.ui lor Alexander
county, In the stato ot Illinois, In book P ol
lci'd, on page 102, etc., we, thn undersigned
tniMccs, will on Friday, the 24th day or Jan
uary next, A. D. 1873, at 10 o'clock In tho
forenoon or that day, under and by virtue of
the jiowerof sale contained In said mortgage,
sell at nubile auction, to the highest bidder,
rorraoh, nt the office building of said trus
tees, comer of Washington avenue and
Eighteenth street, in the city or Cairo, in
Alexander county and stato of Illinois, all
the right, title and Interest of said John P.
Tngart, or bis asslgnn, in and to lots num
bered 111 (nineteen,) 20 (twenty,) 21 (twenty
one,) 22 (twenty-two.) 23 (twenty-three ,) and
24 (twenty-four,) In block 68 (tUty-elght,) In
the First Addition to the city of Cairo, ac
cording to the recorded plat thereof, with
the appurtenances, to satisfy tbe purposes
and condition of said mortiraue.
S. STA ATS TAYLOR,
Trustees of the Cairo City Property.
Dated Cairo, Illinois, December 30, 1872.
And Dealer In
VEGETAHLE3. FRUITS. EGGS, LARD
FRESH BUTTER, ETC.
H3T AU Goods warranted fresh, aud sold
the lowest prices.
Corner Otn St, andCommercialWo.
scceusoa i roun stocirLita
Rectlryer nnd Wholesale nettle
Foreign susd UossseNtle
WINES AND LIQUORS
No. 62 Ohio Lkvu,
E Items on hand constantly a full atoeko
Old Kentucky Hourbon, llye and alonoaU
i WhlaklKD. French Hodit. I'cl .1 Git
Rhine and Cullfnrnla Wln i
Oorgcd. tUelow hlsh water. JKIslng.
Officul. VIIOMA3 L. WATSON,
Observer Sltf. Ser. U. S. A.
Evansville, Jan. 10. Hoavy rain this
morning; heavy snow this afternoon.
Rivor fallen 2 feet und stationary. Down;
Groy Eagle, 8 p m, Louisville, und Nick
Liongwortu e a m, rayetio iu it m, iuie
wild, 10 a m, and Heilman. Up: Andy
Baum 1 a in, Chas Eodmann, Brill 7,
Ament 1 p m, Groy Eagle 6 am, with a
good trip. "Veatber clearing up; raorcury
38 to 22.
Nkw Orleans Jan. 1C Arrlvod: La-
Hello, Memphis; Dopartod: City of
Quincy, last night. Weather cloudy and
Cincinnata, O., Jan. 10. Kiver lo
feet, and declining. Anna arrived from
Pittsburg and Cameliafrom Tonnossee.
Rivor packets departed. Tow boats with
coal arrived as follows: Chas. McDonald,
Leopard, Piorpont, Victor, Wilson, 'lorn
Dodsworth, A. J. Boker, Veteran, wlialo,
Howkoyo no. 2, from .Pittsburg to St.
Louis with 3 bexes of bulk oil.
Nabuvillk, Jan. 1C lllvor stationary
with 1) foet on Harteth shoals; thoro
was a sligtal riso this morning. Woathor
warm, with a heavy rain this morning,
but is cold and cloudy to-nlgbt. Ar
rived: Tyrone, Cairo. Departed: John 8.
Bransford, Uppor Cumberland; Tyrono,
VtcKDiiURO, Jan. 10. No boats down
to-day. Up: Jno. Howard. Weather
Cloudy and cold. River falling,
MEurnis, Jan. 10. Weathor cloudy
and cold with a light snow this morning.
Rivor rose 1 foot. Departed : Armadillo,
Cincinnati; Pat Cleburne, Whito river;
Mary Houston, Hollo Leo, New Orleans.
T.nmavft.T.V. Jan. 10. Rivor stationary.
7 foet 4 Inches canal, and 0 feot 4 inches
chute. Rained all this morning, but
turned cold and snowed this afternoon,
and growing; colder to-night. Arrived,
II. M. I1ULEN,
MERO H AN DISE R It O K E It
Purchasing for 3IerchatiU speciality.
Office: 110 Ohio Lovce, CAIRO, ILLS,
tSTRcterencc", Cairo Merchants.
HARRY WALKER Prop'r.
This house Is newly fitted up with
And two One
JENNY LIND TABLES
with tho best
are compounded in the most upproved stylo
83TCome and see lor yourself. jO
81 000 IN ONE WEEK.
'IV nnir ilirawil man who call do business
on the quiet, I guarantee an Immeuso For
tunes, eusuy, rapiuiy, aim in jii..
Address lu perfect confidence.
28 West Fourth street, New York.
13-23 w 3m.
W. W. THORNTON'S,
BUILDERS' .SUPPLY DEPOT
13J TENTH 8TB EHT,
Uoors, Nuall. RllssdM, aoiildllirf.
UaveUatterm,(io4Mt) Wtuduwmitl lioor
rrsiuie, ft'IwwrtnK. I.tti,
NUlnielea, Ulwaed Naab, 1 1 ! Hide
liSbta, Cluaetl VriuieoiUH,
Naab WalitliU, Hstah I'nIIles und n
Dllud riutentncs, JlooHos
Felt, HooMuk Ceiu.iU. I'lenteriu
I'nier, Carpel relc. WliUe
I.CWM1, UuaoU ll. Ameriuiu WIimIow
Ulaaa, KukIUIi itudl'rusioU
flute tiluaM, lutty. Olaaler'a I'ltssstn
Newer Plpea, l'atesit Cliliusteyi
Is herebv iriven that default bavliiL' been
made for more than xtxty days In the pay
ment oi a portion or tue amount secured to
bo paid by a certain mortgage executed by
intepu Jicrtenic to Samuel Masts Taylor
and KUwm rarous, trustees or the Cairo
City Property, dated September 1.1. 1805. and
recorded In the recorder's office, in and for
Alexander county, in tho state of Illinois, lu
uook r oi ticciis, on pago iiu, etc., wc, tne
underilijncd said trustees, will on Friday,
the 21th day of January next, A. I). 183, at
iu o'ciock in inc lorenoon oi mat uay, unuer
and by virtue of tho power of sale contained
iu aui mnriK:ii!o,seii aipuiiuo auction to tne
highest bidder, for cah, at the office build
ing of said trustees, corner of Washington
avenue and Eighteenth street, in the city of
i;airo, in Aiexanucr count v aim state or Illi
nois all the right, title and interest of said
.lotcpn-iicnetizioorms assigns, inunuioiou
numbered 15, (iirtouu,) id (aixteen,) and 1?
(hcveuteen,) In block numbered 2 (two,) In
the Fourth addition to the said city ot Cairo,
according to the recorded plat thereof, with
the appurtenances, to satisfy the purposes
and condition of said mortgage
S. STA ATS TAYLoR,
Trustees ot the Cairn City Property,
Dated Cairo, Illinois, December 30, 1ST2.
Is hereby given that default having been
made for more than sixty days in the pay
ment of a portion of the amount secured to
be pr.ld by a certain mortgage (executed by
Ervln Maxwell to Samuel Sta.tts Taylor and
Edwin Paryons, trustees of tho Cairo City
Property, dated September 10, ltd, and
recorded In tho recorder's office. In and for
Alexander county, In tho state of Illinois, in
book E. ol deeds, on page 249, etc., we, the
uudcrbigned suld trustees, will, on Friday,
tho 21th day ot January next, A. 1)., 1S73, at
10 o'clock in the lorenoon of that Uay, under
and by Wrtuu of the power of sale contained
In said mortgage, sell, at public auction, to
tho higher bidder, for cash, at the office
biilldlm: of wild Trustees, corner of Wash
ington avenue and Eighteenth street, in the
City of Cairo, lu Alexander countv and sUte
of Illinois, all tho right, title and Inteiest of
said Ervln .Maxwell or his assigns, In and to
lot numbered :i (Three), in block numbered
48 (t'orty-elght), lu the tlret addition to said
city ot Clro, according to the recorded plat
thereof, with tho appurtenances: to satisfy
tho purposes and condition of xald Mortgage.
S. 8TAATS TAYLOR.
Trustees of the Cairo City Property.
Dated, Culro, Ills., DccombcrSO, 1872.
Is hereby given that default having been
mado for moro than sixty days In tho pay
ment of a portion of tho amount secured to
bu paid by n certain mortgage executed by
Warren C. Dunning to Samuel Stoats Taylor
and Kdwln Parsons, trustees of the Cairo
Cltv Property, dated November 14th, 1864.
and recorded In the recorder's office, In and
for Alexander county, In the state of Illinois,
in Hook F, of dee is, on pnge U8S, etc., we,
thu undersigned suld trustees, will on Fri
duv, tho 21th day of January next, A. D,,
lsfll, ut 10 o'clock in the lorenoon of that
day, uniler and by lrtuo of the power ot
salt) contaliieii;iii s.tld mortgage, sell, at pub
lic auction, to the highest bidder, for cash,
at tliu office building of said trustees, corner
of Washington uventiuuudEighteentbstreet,
In tuo city of Cairo, in Alexander county
and state of Illinois, all tho right, title and
interest of said Warren C. Dunning or bis as
signs, lu and to lotn numbered ill (thlrly-one),
and S-i (thirty-two), In block numbered 73
(seventy. ihi ee,) In said city of Cairo, accord
lug te tlio recorded plat thereof, with the
appiirtemuces. to satisfy the purposes and
condition of suld mortgage
S. STAATS TAYLOR,
Tru-tccs of tho Cairo City Property,
Dated, Cairo, Ills., DoccmberUO, 1872.
A OENTB for Uock Illvor Trpor Oiitnrtf'
J HhestliiDt! Felt uu! Qucrir C'jiiiom
Joliu'd Improvnt KooSui .lwy en
HARD and SOF11 LTOLBER
o HTtry iti'crlptln,
LATH, SU1NOLE3, CEDAR POSTb
DOOHS, SASH, 15LINDS
furuislK't on ptiurtmt notlo,
Cominoroiftl-av, bet. 10th and llth-sta.,
Is hereby given that default having been
iiiudo fur moro than sixty days In the pay
ment of a portion of thu amount secured to
bu paid by a certain mortgage executed by
Joseph Mclveuzle to Samuel SUaU Taylor
und l'Mwin I'ursons, trustees of tbe Culor
City I'ropvrty, dated March lUth, 1865, and
recorded In tlio recorder's office, in aud tor
Alexander county, in tho stute of Illinois, In
honk P, of deeds, on pago lib. etc., we, the
undersigned sals' trustees, will, on Friday,
tho 21th day ot January, next, A. D., 187J,
ut 10 o'clock In tho forenoon of that day, un
der and by virtue of tho power of sale con
tained In said mortgage, sell, at public auc
tion, to the highest bidder, for cash, at the
office building of salu trustees, corner of
Washington avenue und Eighteenth street,
In tho city of Cairo, in Alexander county
and state of Illinois, all the right, title tad
Interest of said Joseph Mt'Kenzle or his as
signs, lu aud to lots numbered 32 (thirty
two), 33 (thirty-throe), and 34 (thlity.four),
In block numbered 2 (two), in the fourth ad
dition to suld city ol Cairo, according to the
recorded plat thereof, with the appurtenan
ces to satisfy the purposes aud condition ot
Trustees of the Cairo City Property,
Dated, Cairo, Ills, December 30, lsiar
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