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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY, JANUARY 19, 1B73.
rMaUa BalUtla BalWHa
LOCAL WEATUEB KEI'ORT.
V. 8. Bin. Sim., ODsnvKn' (irrtcr.. I
Cairo, Jan. 18, 1872, 10:11 p.m. J
llarometor 30.30, and stationary.
Thcrmomoter li degrees.
Wind north, velocity 3 miles per hour.
Maximum temperature Ut 21 hours, nt 1
p. m., 17 degrees.
Minimum temperature, last!!! hours, nt ft
a. in., 6 degrees.
Prevailing wind last 24 hour, northwest.
ToUl number of inllei wind travelled, last
24 hour, 21.1'
Thomas L. Watson, Observer.
Laroi tock of dry goods nt C. Manny's.
CotJNTV Coukt convenes to-morrow
Circuit Coukt will convene to-morrow
CoLWCton Invm says uses come in
Col. Geo. W. Reahko.n Is hooked nt the
COL. Rcardkx. we hear entertains cs
pecUtlona regarding the mayoralty.
Tut CaIHO Uihectiiiiy lor 1S72-3 Is now
rendy lor deliver-. Subscribers and adver
tisers take notice.
LAIMir. stock of caipctlng and oil cloths at
We arc Informed that the drayman who
periodically fall, heir to a big fortune, drives
his two-wheeled vehicle In Cairo. If so, we
hope he will not keep us unluformed of (ho
fact. We will chronicle his good fortune
with appropriate head line, such as "Truth
stranger than Fiction," "Slrango Freak of
Fortune,"; or "Modesty Merits Itcward,"
etc., etc., with the greatest cheerfulness.
TrtOMAi Kcagax, an linpccunlrout per
son, who has made his headquarter at the
police station lor the last two weeks, j ester
terday was sent to his home In St. Louis at
the county's expense.
II. Watson Wemi, In the absence ol Mr.
Pope, Is voluntarily prosecuting all Mate
cases before our police courts.
'Squibb Siiannessv yesterday collected
two dollars and the costs from John Orr, a
. ... , , ... .....
coiorcu gentleman, ior a jnam uriiiK.
Elder Frame's subject to-morrow, Sun
day forenoon, "Diligence, tho road to suc
cess." In the evening, "Excuses men
make for not being Christians."
Luian stock of cm tains and damask's at
The landlady ot a castle named artcr one
ot the queen ol England's abodes, was lined
(25 and the costs ycstcrd.y, for keeping
Mn, H. F. Wolfe, Col. Wood' assistant
In the general freight ofllce of the C. Jt V. It.
It., Intends to make .Curio his home, lie is
now at the St. Charles.
Hest Tiiino Out ! Call at Halley's hard
ware More and ice the steam washing ma
chines. Price, 1 nnd $3 ftO.
LttCTtmit. lly rcquost, the Itev. D. H.
Turncy, noted In Illinois nnd other parts or
the West lor his lino attainments, eloquent
delivery nnd brilliant success ns n lecturer,
has consented to deliver n lecture In this
city, at tlio Methodist Episcopal church, on
Thursday evening, January 2.1, 1873, on
" Tho Philosophy ot Reason and Wit." All
who have heard this lecture declare It one
of the llncst nnd most entertaining they
hate ever lltencd to. Tickets for salo nt
W. It. Hockwell .t Co.'s and 11. A. Han
non's book Mores. 1-10-td
11 iMisoMK line or reps ami llgurcd de
tains at C. Ilanny's.
Andiikw IIaxter, colored, tapped the
till of an Eighth street bakery yesterday.
He was caught In the net, but tnado his
ceape, nnd was purMied by Tims. Fltzger
nld and .Mr. Cundlir, who chased him for
j-everal squares. When closely pressed, he
turned about lace and took deliberate aim
at hl pursuers, llrlng two shots with a
revolver. He wasso excited that hl shots
missed Ihnlr mark, and he was IPially cap
tured nnd brought before hl Honor, Judge)
Hross, who held him to ball to nnswer tho
charge oflarccny nnd also that of an n.tilt
to murder, In the sum of $700. The would-be-thlcf
could not furnish the ball and l
now in the county Jail. He Is safe for Jollet.
Lutein stock of wool
pr.ee at C. Ilanny's.
blankets at down
John Sam.ku Is a colored gentleman with
red hair, who has not yet heard of Qulnn's
bill. We ilo not know, that his having red
hair has anything to do with his not having
heard or (Julnu'c bill r tict rrrta. Wo mere
ly mention the iormer as Bonn-thing remark
able, and the l.itterjis tho solo rea-ou why
Sadler's name appears In this morning'
paper. Wo reel convinced that If Sadler
had heard or (JuIiiii'k bill he Would have
desisted yesterday and not given his wire,
-lennlc, a sound beating. Inlluelieed by tho
Icar that qulnn's bill may heroine n law, he
would have couriered thiprartlcc of whip
ping his wife more, honored In the breach
than in tho observance, and would hau be
gun its discontinuance yesterday. As It
wax, In serene Ignorance of Qulnn's bill and
tho punishment It contemplates for Mich
ns lie. Sadler bumped and thumped, and
lashed and thrashed tho partner ot his joys
and sorrows to hi heart's content. Pend
ing tho passKgo ol (juinu's bill, he was lined
$10 2.-1, wjlchho paid.
Handsome line of dress goods at 15 cts.
at C, Hanny's.
nOW TO MAKE MONEY.
TriE present "cold snap" lisovcro. The
f now yesterday afternoon drove a blinding
sheet in the eyes of every person who ven
tured out. All the rigors ot winter arc upon
us, and the "January thaw" is indcliultely
Alt oyster-hungry thief carlylast evening
made away with a ease of oysters left on the
sidewalk in front of Saup & Clarkson's cs-
tabllahmvnt. The theft was a bold and suc
7l Attention Sir Knights! A regular
conclave of Cairo Commuiidcry No. Ill will
be held at their asylum on Monday evening,
January 20, 1873. Sojourning Sir Knights
are courteously Invited, Ily order of E. C.
Jar. A. PiliLLis, Kecorder.
At the St. Charles arc J. Pcrclval, Cov.
lngton.Ky.; II. S. l.ucas, Dixon, Ills.; J. II.
McCall, Kochettcr, N. Y.; 11.11. II. Hume,
Ilillsboro; O. J. S. Scatou; Lexington, Ky.;
W. Harrison, New Orleans; J. 11. Dourj,
New Orleans; It. II. Ilabbltt, Cincinnati ; F.
O. Harbison, Indiana; H.,1". Burnable. C.
4 V. It. It.
A SHOUT WAY TO WEALTH AND
Chab. Stevenson, an African by birth
attempted to murder lieu Dickson, a Louisi
ana daikcy with a knife, iutllctlng several
severe cuts on his pen-on. Judge Dross
held the offender to bail In $20 tor his ap
pearance to-morrow at the county court,
Charley In the meantime, reposes In the
Handsome line of dress goods at C.llaii
ny's. TriE Mound City Patriot' thinks If a ferry
were established between that point aud
the Kentucky shore, "a large and perhaps
the major portion ol the trade of Dullard
county that now goes to Cairo would be
diverted" to Mound City, and advl.-cs the
building or a boat worth 1, WW or tu.000 to
try the .experiment. We wouldn't, little
neighbor. It would be money out or pocket.
Mit. Whitney, paymatter or the Cairo &
Et, l.ouU It. It. will be hero to-morrow
(Saturday.) He says traek-laj ing will begin
at Cairo in thrco weeks. There Is iron
cuough there to lay to Joncsboro, aud the
work will be pushed with energy. A locomo
tive, and construction cars will be sent liom
the car works to Cairo soon. The track is
laid upon tho upper end within four miles
or Itcd Hud, some thirty miles from St.
Louis. They are laying track at the rato or
one wile per day. Joncsboro 'Gazette.
Handsome Une or Cashmeres at C. Han-
Pnor. Tayloii again delighted his an
dienec at the Atheiicum la-t night In bli
many tricks which he performed so gracefn
and easy and lu Mich a manner thut no
one can be otherwise than astonished and
delighted. Quite a number of his trick
are perfectly new ana original und arc not
performed or attempted by many of the
profession. Ills gilujare numerous and use
ful In any family, nonc-.of which are worth
lets than twenty-live cents, ranging from
that to f lli, To-morrow night a tun dollar
gold piece will bo the chief prize.
The tunnel on tho Cairo and Ylnccnnes
railroad U completed, and the iirst through
train pawed our city last night about mid
Bight, well loaded with passengers. The
trai-k has not becomu settled yet, and this
condition of tho road caused an accident
last wglil, which, auuougii not serious, yet
was annoying nnd detained the train. Oue
relght car was lea in the ditch at some
point above till city. A lew heay freights
will Improve the track a great deal, .lolllll
rations aro now in orucr. Moutid City
1JAJW80ME lino of Mripcd popllus ut Sic.
at C. Uuujy'J.
There ',1s at least one. rogue at largo lu
New York city who, forthe good of the com
munity, ought to bo safely housed and se
curely kept within the four walls ol a prison.
In the last week or two, several of our citi
zens havo received "contldcntlal and strictly
private" circulars, revealing a speculation
that will, In a few weeks, make whoever
enters Into It a wealthy man. Tho " specu
lation" consints in the pnrehasu of coun
terfeit money, which tho sender
of tho circular, who signs him
self E. II. Devoll, 75 lllceker Mreet, New
York, manufactures, having been, as ho
claims, an engraver for tho United States
government for ten years, aud the person
who engraved the plates for the greenbacks.
One hundred dollars of this counterfeit
money may bo had tor ten dollars In good
money; lour hundred dollars for forty dol
lars; live hundred for till y dollars, and soon.
All tho sender of this precious document
asks is that tho ono who receives it will
"not ho so treacherous as to betray tho con
tents of It, but to be true as steal," etc., etc.,
the honor among thieves, evidently being
tho sort ho relies on. Mr. E. 11. Dovoll or
Detll, which he may be, mistook his men
in several persons to whom ho scut his cir
culars In Cairo. Ho will have to try again.
Lauox stock orbleached musllnand sheet
ings at C. llauuy's.
Ml IL. I10WAKD,
City Kntlonal BanSi HuilrtloK.
,HpciM Hention pant to orders Irani -icsn.
txi-t nlKlit onUv
Mock or brown domestics at C.
GREAT RFDUCTION IN
Our Homo Advertise.
J ST. NICHOLAS
IIAUKY WALKEK Prop'r.
This houso Is newly titled up with two
And two fino
JENNY LIND TABLES
I'Uo saloon Is stocked with the best
are compounded In tho most approved stylo
KtTComc and sco tor yourself.
J. E. LUTEIN,
Wlinlcsnle itml Krtiill (Iroccr,
Has on hand nt nil times Vegetables, Frill ts
llutter nnd Eggs, Lard.
Honey, Tuotical Fkuith, Etc., Etc
ISTAII goods Warranted Fresh, and sold
at small Prollt.
N. II. Parcels delivered to any part of tho
city to Customers.
wubT fcim: comir.nciAL avk., iiktween
17th AND 1 Bill M'ltKETS.
2-20-tf CAIHO, II.MNO.
the asTEVw system:.
nETAILKD AT WHOLESALE
riucEii roK cas u.
NEW YOKK STOEE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LARGEST VAIUETY STOCK IN THE CITY
GOODS SOLD VEItY CLOSE.
Corner of Nlncfooiilli mrrct nail Com
iiiorclnl A en lie,
STUART & G1IOLSON
Are determined to close nut their stuck of
winter tlry goods in onlerto make room lor
their spring stock, uuu oiler the following
ah wool unprcss Liotns &ae, Iormer price
All wool Satins SOc, Iormer price fl 00.
Fanev Slrlnc Poidius 2jc. funner nrlee 3.V-
Plaid Poplins lloe, former ju ice tr,c.
All wool Plaids We to lK)c former price
i.ie to e.ic.
Five strlnc Alaska Mink .Mull' and Cane
?i -jj, loimer price tu uj.
Imitation Siberian Snuirrcl $1 7j. ioruie
price f7 00.
Oeuulni! Siberian Siiulrrcl 81) 00. former
Yienna Ljnx 810 00, former prlco $11 00,
Child's Furs f i 7.1, former price I 00.
" " 3 W, " " ft W.
Also a full line or Illankets, Flannels
.aimere, .lean-, underwear. docUry
(lluu's, etc. at a llko reduction lu prleu
e niuKu tins salo in good laltli, lor tlio pur-
I'ysc wi icuuciiin siueK,
() COMIC A.NDSF.i: US. (-)
OA1UO & VINCENNES It. It. CO
Attouni'.y'm OrriCE, 1
HAitnibiiuitri, UU., .Ian. 17, IsTO. )
Nollei) Is liercliv L' ven mat all t ut nnlp
nnd bonds given by Individuals as miIi-ciii.
Hons to tho Cairo A: Vluecnnes rallroai!
company are now In my hands for collection
ino enmpuuy is iivKiroun ol closing up tli
iiusiiioa uv uii earn uav as nraeiica i e. um
ll is honed that all nersims who havu e.viin
ted notes or bonds to the company will be
pri-p'treii to heiiiuuiMviien caned upon (-line
v) iiij n or litem
(IHKKN II. ItAUM.
Attorney C. .: V. U. It
AT II. C. TIIIELEOKE'S STOKE
WASUINOTON AVENUE. 1IETWEEV TENTH
AND KLEVENTU HTKEET8.
5C Mis. dry Cuba Sugar for - - - $5 0
9J it ii ii ... l 00
OJ lbs. A colToo Sugar, N. Y. Std. - 1 00
1 " Primo Kio Coileo for - - 1 00
3J " Choico " - - 1 00
3 " Old Oovornmont Java - - 1 OC
Tens and other staple and fancy Qroco
rics oqunlly as cheap.
Uoods new ana lull woicht given, call
Anil Dealer In
VEGETAIILEH. KUIHTS. EC.n.S, LAUD
FHE'sIl HU'lTEK, ETC.
J3T All (loods warranted fresh, and sold
the lowest prices.
Corner Oth St. audCommercIalAvc.
II. -M. IHILEN,
MEltCIIANDISH kOK E It
Purchasing lor Merchants,!! speciality.
Odlce: 110 Ohio Luvce, CAIItO.lI.LS.
JaTHeliircners. Cairo Merchants.
I)H. E. 0. TAItKIl,
AVIll resume the nractlce ol his nrofeas-lnn
with especial leferenee to the clertriea
treatment nt ill-cases In all the new and liu
pro ed methods of application.
in an cases oi ii-inalo complaints a lady
will be in attendance.
Olllce, I'M Commercial avenue, up stairs.
WILLIAM 11. SMITH, M. D.
lKSIUi:NOl-No. si Thirtrrmh street, be
IX twn-u WnhhinKtrin nvenuo nnd Walnut slrett.
JIHcn li Ooloinrnl ll uvi'iiuh, up Mnirs.
W. W. THORNTON'S,
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT
13 TENTH PTRBIT,
Door, Nuati. nilndK. MonldlnRi,
CiiTeOntlrra, (woixll Window and lliior
rraniro, FloorliiK, I.ath,
NlilnBlm, Ofisied Nimli, aiitcrd Nidi
l.lKhU. MtHBfsl TraBHOlun,
Nnnli WelKhtH, Hnh I'ulllea nnd C
nil nil riMlrnlnirN, Kooflnic
rK, KooflnK tjrincsit, IMatferln
Fnper, t'nrpt Vol I, Mhllft
l.ad, Unned oil, Aiuerlrn Window
Ulitan, Kuicllali nuilfrench
1'lntft Ulmmn, I'nlly, Uinilrr'n FiimIi
Hewer IMpvit 1'nleut Cliliuni(
fit., (., ICIv.
AUKNT8 lor Rock Rltef lpr Cnm.Mj'
bliBHthiox Fnllaml (lusrleC-inotit
II. W JohuH IomroTed UoutlDif iiIwhts ct
C. W. DUNNING, M. D.
OKHIIiK-NOK-cornirNinth ami Walnut sts,
iVOlhee i-oim-r hlxlli stri-ft aud Ohio leo.
Ultiee hours-from h.iii. lo Vi in., anil tt p.m
II. WAUDNKR, M. D.
Ijr.HltlKNOK-Cornur Mnetit-ulli street and
IV WRiliiii(tton avruuo. ni-ar enurt limian, 01
nrenvfr Arn-r'n OriH-cry Hiur. Olllee Hours from
10 a, in. to It in. am) '-oin 2 tn4n. in.
JONES SPRINO BED,
HARD and SOFT LtTMBEll
o erery descrlptioo,
LATH, SHINGLES, OEDAR POSTb
DOOltS, SASH, BLINDS
Furnished on shortest notice.
Uommcroial-av, bet. 10th and llth-sU.,
D n T UODDN.
'72. FALL'AND WINTER '73.
c. HAN NY.
KINTUCKT JKANC,' 7XTBA,
GROS fRAlH SILKS,
LAllOE STOCK OF OAHFKTING
Uls Entire Ntock
VERY LOW FIGURES.
CORKXR 8TU IT. AND COMMIRCIAL-AT.,
Onr Homo Advertisers.
NTOVtM, Tl.VWAKK, KTV
! hereby given that default having hern
made for more than sixty days In the pnv.
tnent of n portion of tf
amount secured to bo paid by
certain mortgago executed by Frank lln:
camp to Samuel .Slants Taylor and IOilUi .
l'arnons. trustees of tho Cairo City l'roperls
dated March 10, 1801, and recorded In tin
recorder' olllce, In and lor Alexamh '
rountv. In tho state of 'Illinois. In book I. '
dood.i. on page W7, etc, we, the tunic
signed, said trustees, will on Friday, lb
24th day of January next, A. I). IS7.I, at 1 i
o'clock In tho forenboli of that day, under
and by virtue of tho power of salo contained
In said mortgage, si-rfnt public miction tillio
hlL'hcst bidder, fur nisli. ut I lir oltli-n Mllldlliir
of said triKti-rs, corner of Washington ae
snip and Eighteenth sticet, In thu city of
Cairo, In Alexander county ami state of Illi
nois, all the right, title and Inlcrest or said
Frank Ilancamp, or his assigns, in and to
lot numbered .'I (three,) lu block numbered
4) (lorly.) In said city ol Cairo, according lo
the recorded plat tlu-rcor, with the nppurle
tianccii, to satisfy thu purposes and condi
tion of said mortgage.
.. SI'AATS TAYI.OIt,
Trustees ot tho Cairo City l'ropi-rty.
Dated Cairo, Illinois, IllcembiT U, 1TJ.
f linfnl.l rrlt-j.il lli.i rlnl..ii1l l.nt 1.... ...
made lor more than sixty days In tho pay
mi-iiiui ii iuriinn in me uniiiiiiu scLiircil lo
be paid by a certain mortgage executed bv
.iiiini r. luggau to.-aniiR'i smats l avior ami
Kdwlu I'arsims. tnisiei-s of tin; Cairo City
i-ruiiiTi) , uaicu -miv. 1-1, iMii. ami rccnrdeii
III tin. r..i.n-.li.ti. ..111.... I II.... (1...
... ..... . mi..l ,T 1IIIII.V, in . iiiui .llUAUlllll'I
county, in the state ol Illinois, In book I' ol
iisittl. mi timm IJi! .r.. fl I... 1
'"--"-" l"iS i-tflV.M Vi I III- IIIIUl'I MfUlll'tl
lrutc, will on Kriilav, tlio Vtlth day of Jjiii
uury noxt, A. I). 18T;f, ut 10 oVIock In tin
fiir..linnn .if Hint .ln I,.,. nit. I l. . 1.... ,.r
the iowt-rof ralei'iiiitaliied in said mortgage,
sell at public auction, to tin- highest bidder,
forciu-h, at the olllce building ol said tins
teen, corner of Washington iiu-lilie and
l.lihleeiith street, In tint city of Culro, In
Alexander enmity and flatc of Illinois, all
the right, title and interest cf said .luliii I'.
Tuggart, or his assigns, In and to lots mini-
ll.r...l 111 IlltlWltr.l.ll 1 -111 ll.'n.,,.' .11 ............
... ... t v .vi..,, , ... iiiij . i .i, U1U
one,) 'JJ (twenty-two,) at (twcnty-thien,)and
hi i . r .. 1 1 .... i . . v . .
-i lirmMum, in uilll-k iKs (IlllV-l'Iglll,! Ill
the First Addition to the city ol Calm, at
cording to the recorded iil.it thereof, with
the nppi.rtf inuit'cs, to satisfy thu purposes
and condition of said mortgage,
S. STA ATS TAYI.OIt,
Trustees of tho Cairo City l'mpertv.
Dated Cairo, Illinois, December 'M, Ibfi.
iii-iu in a jMirunii in me nmouni seeiircil to
ic paid bv n certain mortgage executed by
I(icph MeKi'lile to Samuel Stoats Taylor
md F.dwln Parsons, trustees of tho Cairo
NOT I OH
Is hereby then that default halii2 been
made for moro than sixty days In the pay.
ment nt a portion nf the'amount secured to
lie paiu ii
. .1. .. lU....nHl.. .I.I...I I...in ill I
wii i luiifi , fiaieii .i-'i-ii'iiiiii'i i.i, ici, i.iiiiu
recorded In the recorder's olllce, in mid for
Alexander county, In the statu of Illinois, in
book 1 of deeds, on page llfi. etc., we. the
undersigned said trustees, will on Friday,
the tilth day of January next, A. 1). 1S7-I, at
10 o'clock in tho forenoon of that day, under
and by virtue of thu power of sale contained
In sabl mnrteaire. sell at nubile auction to thu
hlghet bidder, for cash, at the otllcn build
ing of sabl trustees, corner of Washington
aenue and Klghteeiith street, in tlio eitv of
t,airo, in .icxanucr couniv ami state ol Illi
nois, .ill the rl'-lit. title and Interest of said
Joseph Jii-K"lizle or his assigns. In and to lots
numbered 10, (iiticen,) lu (sixteen,) anil 17
(scenteen,) in block numbered 2(.o,)ln
the Fourth addition to the said city ol Cairo.
according to tho recorded plat thereof, with
the appurtenances, to satisfy thu purports
auu coiiuuiou oi sain inurigao
S. STA ATS TAYI.OIt,
Trustees ol the Cairo City l'ropertv.
Dated Cairo, lllluols, December 30, lafj.
Is hereby given that default having been
made for more than sixty days in thu pay
ment of a portion of the amount hiicured to
bo paid by a certain mortgage executed by
Krvin Maxwell to Samuel Staats Ta ior anil
Edwin l'arsoiu, tru-tcos of the Cairo Citv
Property, dated September 10, lbtfJ, anil
recorded In the rccorder'n olllce, in aud for
Alexander county, in the statu ol Illinois, in
book E. ol deeds, on pago 'Jl!, etc., we, thu
undersigned said trustees, will, on Friday,
tho i!4th day ot January next, A. 1)., lMT-'l, at
10 o'clock In tho forenoon of that day, under
and by virtue of the power of sale containct'
in said mortgage, sell, ut public auction, to
the highest bidder, for cash, at the olllce
building of said Trustees, corner of Wa-h-ington
avenue and Klghteeiith street, lu the
City of Cairo, in Alexander count v ami sUtc
of Illinois, all the right, title and Intel est of
said Krvin .Maxwell or his assigns, in nnd to
lot numbered ;i (Three), in block iiiimlu-ri.il
48 (lorty-elght), in the lirst addition to said
cuy oi VyMiro, according to tlio recorded plat
thereof, with tho appurtenances: to satisfy
uic wui iiusta uuu roiiiiiuoii oi sain .lioriauu.
S. STAATS TAYI.OIt.
Trustees of the Cairo City Property.
Dated, Cairo, Ills., December Su, IsT'J.
Who wntitN ii Happy Family,
EVERY HOTEL KEEPER
Who alHoyu wnntw a Foil Iloane,
Every Stove Dealer
Who Menu Btmlama,
EVERY MAN, WOMAN OIL CHILD
Who desire Health by Good Living,
SHOULD BUY ONK Or
CHAS. SCIIOKNMKVEU CO.,
1-17-lw. Aft-uti, Cairo, 111.
ASK YOUR TINNER FOR TIIEM
If he docs not havo an assortment,
SEND YOUR ORDER TO
EXCELSIOR MANUFACTURING CO.
SAINT LOUIS, WO.
Wholesale dealers in all kinds of
AND TO ALL
LIVE STOVE DEALERS
Commercial Av,, Cairo, Ills,
Is hereby given that default having been
lmulu for moru than sixty days in thu pay-
niciii oi u jioriion hi inu aiiionni secured io
bu paid by a certain mortgage executeil by
Warren 0. Dunning to .Samuel Slants Tavlor
anil l-.tiwiu l'arsous, trustees ol tin- Cairo
City Property, dated NoM-mhcr Htli, Istll,
ami recuriieiiiu uic recorders omeu, in ami
for Alexander county, in tho stale uf Illinois,
In Hook F, of dee is, on pagu Ite,-). utc, we,
thu undcrslgueil said trustees, will on Fri
day, thu IMtli day of January next, A. D.,
18m), at 1U o'clock in thu Inrcnooii ol that
day, under and by lrliiu of thu power ol
sale coutalncdlli nald mortgage, sell, at pub
lic auction, to thu highest bidder, lor cash,
at tint olllce building of said trustees, corner
of Washington a senile and Klghteenthstrcet,
in tuu city of Cairo, in Alexander coiiutv
aud statu of Illinois, all the right, title anil
uiieresiiii sain n arrcn u. iiiiiiniiigorms as-
igns, in iiiui to ioisiiuiiiuereii.il (iniriv-onei,
md Hi (thlrty-twii), In block iiumbe'reil ill
Iscventy-thrcc,) in said city of Cairo, accord-
ML- tm liu l-i-ciirili-il filat llii-l-i-nr. ll h the
liiinlil-li-iiii.-lei-s. to sutlslV the lint'tinni- mill
condition of said mortgage.
Trustees of the Cairo City Property,
Dated, Cairo, Ills., December 30, 137:!.
Is hereby given that default having been
made for more than sixty days in thu pay
ment of a portion ol thu amount secured lo
bu paid by a certain mortgage executed by
Joseiih ilclvciiilu to Samuel Slant T.iylo'r
ami Kdwln Parsons, trustees of tho taior
City Property, dated .March Pith, lhll."i, nnd
recorded lu thu recorder's olllce, In and lor
Alexander county, in (lie statu of Illinois, in
book P, of deeds, on pago ll't, etc.. we, the
undersigned saial trustees, will, on Friday,
tlio ilth day iil.laiiuary, next, A. D., lsTi'l,
at 10 o'clock in thu forenoon of that day, un
der und by lrtuo of tlio power of sale con
tained in said mortgage, sell, at public auc
tion, to the highest bidder, for cash, at the
oltlcu building of sain trustees, corner of
Washington aenuonnd Klght'ieuth street,
in thu city of Cairo, In Alexander county
and statu of Illinois, all the right, title end
interest of said Joseph McKcnzle or ills as
signs, In ami to lots numbered IV1 (tlilily
two), III (thlrty-tlirce), and :u (Ihlity-four),
in block numbered 'J (two), In thu fourth ad
dition to salu city ol Calio, aecoidllig to thu
recorded plat thereof, with thu appurtenan
ces to satisfy thu purposes and condition of
S. STAATS TAYI.OIt,
Trustees of the Cairo City Proporty,
Dated, Cairo, Ills, December 30,
AGENTS I AGENTS I AGENTS I
The Union" Shuttle Sewing .Ma
cilne for 1873 Is the Queen.
Makes tho l.ock-stltch samo as tho
Singer, and Ii all the machine needed for
family uso. 1 am sending out .ample Ma
chines to Ageins very low. Helalf price,
MO. M. I.. WATTS, '
, tlen'l. Agt. for Southern Ills. -Headquarters,
Pulaski, Pulaski Co., Ills.
Mr, Watts 1 reliable, and the Union Shut-
1TO. 74 OHIO LliVBE
Kclnll and Prescription
Comer Washington Avo,
and Eighth street.
Of chamois and rabbit skin,
for weak lungs.
At HARCLAY 11ROS.
KOR SORE THROAT,
l'rcpurcd and sold
Hr 1JARCLAY IIR03
And Disinfectants for Stables
At HARCLAY RROH.
PR XJ OS1
BRUSHES, K STUFFS H 5
f MB CWMETIM BBjPAIMTtRs1H C
x HIB toilct B3 """"'HiB S
" HONKV IIKIV
" VOUNO AMKltICA,
And " Uiilu-rsa! Standard."
At HARCLAY HROS.
0AI11O AND PADUOAII
The srlrndlil sti-ainsr
Dick Fowler, Captnin
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Siindayexrcptcd), at
4 p.m. For freight or passage apply on boatu
or to Jas. ilALl.oltv, Ag't.
MICIIAKh COYXK, Proprietor.
(OI.II POST OKKICK STAND.)
Comer Sixth street and Commercial Av.
The best brands ol Cigars, choico Winai,
Llipiors, etc., alwuyson hand,
tjTOpcn day and night, jrj
te Machine U very popular here.
A, M, At r
Notice Is hereby gnen lo all pi rsons inti I
ested tliat the elly conn ell ol tlm i lly c
Cairo having ordered that sidewalks be cor
strtlctcd on the lollowlug named streets, tc
wit: On the easterly sidu of Washington in
cnue In front of lots numbered eighteen (IS)
nineteen (1U), twenty (-JO), and twentvont
(Jl). In block iiuuibeicd twcnty-fiiiir iiij nr.
s-dd easterly side Irom the northerly line ol
sold lot numbered eighteen (Its,, produced, to
the line fixed by ordinance .is the outer
edge of thu sidewalk constructed or to bu
constructed on the southerly side of Suveuth
street In said elly.
On the northerly side of Sixth street from
Washington incline to Ji-llcrsoii avenue.
On the northerly side of Crn-s street Irom
Washington avenue to Walnut street, to con
nect with the sidewalks on llio-e streets
On the west side of Commeri-ial avenuu
In Iront of lots numbered one (1), two (:!),
three (3), four (I), llc (5) and six (ii), In block
numbered twenty ('J(i).
On tho south side of Tenth street
from Walnut stieet to Jcfl'erson incline.
On tho northerly sldu of Twelfth street
from tlio terminus of the present sidewalk
on said street, between aluut und Cedar
streets to Locust street.
On the southerly side of Thirteenth street
from Commercial avenuu to Washington av
enue. On tho east side or Hnlhrook iivi-mie from
West Twenty-third street to West Twenty
On the south side of West Twenty-fourth
street Irom Holbrook avenuu to Park ae
nue. That the following named sidewalks bo re
constructed und renewed, to-wlt :
On the south lde of Nineteenth street
from Poplar street tn Commercial avenue.
On tlm north side ol Twentieth street
from Ohio b-veu to Walnut street
On tho south side uf 'I'weiillcthstrcetfrom
Ohio leveu to Washington :nc;itie.
On both sides ol Poplar street from
Klghteeiith street to IIMsion street.
On tho south side nt Division street and
on the north side ofCelitrii streut.
On thu north side or 'I'wentv-llfth street
from Washington avuiuie to Walnut street ;
and on thu south side or same street fmiu
Walnut street to Hnlhrook nw-iim-. And on
the south sldu of Thirty-fourth street Irom
Commercial inetuie to Washing
ton uveiiiie, havu applied to thu
county court of Alexan er county lor an us-ses-meiit
ol thu eot of said linpriiwineiits
according to tlm vultui of said properlv, und
an as-cMiieiitlhereol havlngbeeii made ami
entered to said court, the Dual hearing
thereon will be had at thu February term ol
said court commencing on tlm Scventei nth
day of February, A. I)., u,;;). Allpe'sonsdi
s ring may then and there appear ami maku
JOHNO, H ARM AN
II. WATSON WKUU,
.lanuary it, a. d., iht.i.
VIMM AMI) I.IUOlfltN.
It. SMYTH & CO.,
Also, keep comiuntly on hsna a most eom
pleto stock of
SOOTOn AND Il'.lbll WlIIgKIXS
O I N H,
1'ort, Madorla, Shorry and OatawlaWino
RaMYTil A CO. sll eioluslTely for cuh.lo
a which fact ther iaTlte the espocUl ttuto.
tion of oIoia tiarnain liuysrs.
V. M. STOOKFLETH,
VUOCMOa 0 rOULK itoowhth
Ilec(irjr nnil M'liiilraalit Ic4le In
t'orclicu svnil Ihiuseatlo
WINES AND LIQUORS
No. G2 Oiuo Lev re,
01.1 Kentucky Bourbon. R and ' ,ll8,B,e1J
i Whiskies, Frenoh UrsndlM, Mot std Uj
. OLD UKLMONICO
SALOON AND HEADING ROOMS
ComiierlafAv:111 WI.NTKlt'8 l.LOCK.
PARKER & MONTAGUE
..jTThe best brands of Cigars, choico
ines, Llipiors, etc., always on hand tt
RTLLIAKD SALOON AND BAIl
HOOM. JOHN UATEN, Proprlotur.
10 Cotnmrcil Atnos, CAIRO, ILLINOIS
Hsl bruit of Cmlifo UCIxarslu rfcslvvJ,
1IILI.IAHI) saloon funil-hed vnih the t.cst
of tables : and bar supplied with wine. Honor
and cigar of thi-nest brands.
(Open Day aud Night.)
J. K. PAKKS, 1'roj.rietor,
Ohio Levee, bet, 4th and Cth strcetn,
-MKAI.S AT ALL HOURS.
A fine new Dining Hall with every con.
yeiileiieu has been added to this popular
Itestaurant, und thu guestt will flu-j every
rcipiisltu lor theiraccumodatlon.
THK HILL OF FAItK
consist of every substantial and delicacy of
is supplied with the
CHOICEST LIQUOItS.WINES & CIGARS
SSTMixed drinks prepared with care.
HEAI. KNTATt! AOENtll.
0. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (SKCONI) FLOOR) OHIO LV,
Buy and Sill Bial Estati,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLK
And pefTre Oonvejiaoe ofUind!
John Q. llarman. Chas. Thrupp;
JOHN Q. IIAItMAN & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
North Cor, fltb M. nnd OliloLav-
Abstract or Title, Conveyancing mad a
tpeclnlty. Real Kstute bought and old,
jarXtucM l'ald, fto.