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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY, JANUARY 19, 1878.
NKW YORK FASHIONS.
From Harper's Rar.ar.
"Whlto fun to being utcd In l'fttli for
trimming evening drettct. For this pur
poto ormino ii proforrod. "Wide bands of
ormloo aro placed flatly on tho drost ma
tetiftl, or Appear i i facing for velvet or
satin tasbet, batquet, etc. A regal drew
mado in l'arlt, and worn by n Now York
lady when recolving New Ycar't calls,
furnlthot ft model for doicrlption. Tho
drcn it wbilo utin ; tho garnituro Ii royal
purple volvet, point Uco and ormino. The
trained iklrt hai n quilled rufflo of tatin on
the edgo, headed by n broad band of pur
plo velvet, with a ttripo of ormino placod
along tho middlo, and a narrow quilling
of aatin on tho uppor edgo. Down tho
front breadth a tahllcr ii fonnod of length
wiio bandi of velvet on which ormino ii
laid. Tho ovorsklrt ii open in front, with
aharp point on each aide, and punier puffs
boh I nd, hold tip by a sash of volvet. There
aro two corsages, ono high and the uthor
low In tho neck ; both aro polntod in front,
and lmvo pmtilion backs. Velvot, ermine
nnd point lnco trim tho neck and sleeves.
Rinds of ostrich foatliors, oithor wlilto
or tinted to milch pilo silks, aro also
much used for heading tho lace llounccs
of rich ovonlng drcscs. Tho light downy
marabout (outlier mo being iutroducod as
trimming on thin mitorinU, but aro so
frail that they do not moot with much
Lsco polonnlscs aro among the dressy
articles lately lmportod. A French fiincy
is to mike thoso entirely of stripes of
whlto insertion, cither of Vitloncionnus'or
duchesio lace, alternating with stripes of
black velvet ribbon two inches wide.
Tho gtrment is thon edged with white
lace 1 .id over black and Is worn with a
bull and aash of bl.ick velvet lined with
whlto silk. This makes a very prqUy
over dress for the black and 1'ght colored
silks that aro worn to dinner-parties and
PLAIN WISTEtl DP.KS5ES.
"Woolen dresses for dally wear at homo
are now mado In such a fashion that thoy
may bo worn in tho stieet also. Thn lmvo
a plain polonatso, either belted or in tho
princcssu shapo. Tho skirt Is usually tin
trirumed, though nsinglodcop flounce may
bo added, or elso a cluster of lapping folds
is usod, with a narrow box-pleating on
each side. Skirts with back breadths
trimmed to tho bolt with ruflles
or kilt pleating are too olaborato and too
easily disarranged for houso dresses. A
prcfarablo fashion is a plain skirt, with
inoroly an apron in front and cashes In tho
back, liko a pattern illustrated in Ilazaar
No. 41, vol. v. Tho materials for thoso
drosses aro tho wool diagonals, sergcs(
satins and mcrlnocs, and tho softor rep
pod fabrics, empress cloths, fiiarritz nnd
vclouts. Theso aro now sold at from
from 75 cents to $1 a yard. Tho basquo
corsago is used with the skirts just des
cribed, and should bo mado in tho simp
lost jockey shape, with inoroly a facing
of silk or velvet for trimming.
A fanciful chatclaino pocket of tho dress
material, or elso of tho fabric with which it
Is trimmod, is convenient and pretty with
homo dresses. 'When mado of black vol
vet this will servo with various dresses,
This is merely a fivc-ildod bag, or pocket
made fiat, with straight sides and a
point below pendant from two bins straps
that aro fastened on tho right sido of thn
bolt under a bow of ribbon. Dusky ol
ives, plum-color, blue-gray, and warm red
maroon are tho quiet colors that replace
the bright blue, croon, and crimson for
merly chosen for afternoon drosses. To
enliven theso somber hues, gay ribbons
aro worn about tho neck and hair, and tho
complexion is softened by amply pleatod
frills of cloar whito muslin or lace, worn
arouud tho nock and wrists. Tho caprlco
of tho moment is to mako theso frills very
full in box-ploatot ; this is truo of
lace frills as woll ai of
simple muslin. "Whito Swiss mus
lin cravat bows with tho
edge trimmod withValonciennct, aro also
prettily worn with house toilots. For
fresh, cloar complexions flno sheer linen is
'arranged In sido pleats, and worn as a
atanding frill behind, while tho corners in
front aro turned over after tho fashion of
English collars. A muslin bow, or a jabot
of lacu or ribon. is then woru at tho
The comfortable box-pleated blouses of
last year aro in as grout fuvor at when
fir,t introluced. A blouse of gray-colured
CHihtncro, or of whito, black or gray opora
11 an n el, is a most convenient garment for
houso wear. It may bo worn with various
skirts, thereby tuving the trimmed curs
ago ofnicecoitumes, and it serves also in
thoplacoof half-worn waists that some
tlmt-s accompany good skirts. Scarlet
and blue fliunel blouses, wllh black and
whlto braiding on tho pleats, are sold at
tbo furuisbiti'' houses for SI; white and
black flannel blouses aro also shown
either for mourning or for ladies wearing
colors. The sailor blouses of blue fliuuel
have been noted lately.
The housewives who, even in winter
wear calico morning dresses whnn attend,
lug to their household duties, are advised
to buy the yard-wldo English calicoes.
These ate of Arm, clojc fabric and durable
colors, Hint conio from tho laundry bright
ened aud freshened week after week. Thoy
aro sold in double purples, of stripes or
other simple pattern, for twenty conts u
yard; cliintr. pattern?, closely Imitating
French calicoes, aro twcnty-llvo renin,
Kight yards of this mako a loose Oabriello
wrapper, shaped liko nn elongated polon
aise. When snugly belted over a trim
figure, this is a tidy, graceful looking
dress, that endures uny amount of lifting,
raising the arms, or oilier motions without
ripping or straining tho fubric. To mako
theso warm enough thoy should bo worn
over under-walsts ol Canton flannel or
. other warm material. If lined, Iho mate-
rial of tho lining should bo well-shrunken
before it It usod.
qOILTKU K!Mlt, FLANNELS, ETC.
Among English goods aro warm quilted
' skirt, to be .used as balmorals. Homo of
theso aro of black satin, quilled in dia
monds, and trimmed to tho knoo with
kilt pleating, or with flounces itamped
in designs liko embroidery. Theso are
handiomo enough to bo worn as the lower
skirts of costumes.
Tho flannel petticoats shown at the
furnishing stores nro no longer gored, but
aro of threo full rtralght breadths gath
ered to an ample belt, Into which drawing
strings aro run. Tho simplest designs for
these aro a hem and two tucks, ornament
ed with feather stitching of tllk or linen
floss. Smooth linen floss looks quite as
well as silk, washes and woars
much better, and is much less expensive
AN INDOOR TRAGEDY.
Well nigh half ft contury ago a nowly
marricd couplo settled in one of thu west
ern counties of Pennsylvania. Thoy had
what their neighbors deemed a fair capital
with which to boL'ln life -a well-Stocked,
though small, farm, sound hcatlh, good
common sense, nnd a muro lhan average
amount of shrewd Intelligence und cul
ture. Upon all this was n sincere trust in
God and a Jealous, scnsillvo love for each
other, neither of which their neighbors
know much about, American backwoods
farmers take a pride in covering their
emotions under a hidu as tough as that of
tlioir own beeves. They Dad threo or lour
ciiuurcn. anu ingui inter nigni,
over tho kitchen 11 ro, tho problem
they set themselves to answer was,
what is the best tiling wo van do
with them, and for tlioin; the micstioii
asked daily with such a wrenching of
heart in myriads of homes, and answered
to differently. Tho (ear of God reamed
to Jacob and his wife the host heritage to
give them; thu next best, plenty of money.
To ulve tlicni tlui tlrft, thoy began by
hedging thu children's lives with u systoui
o! rules, borrowed blf Irom thu Jewish
laws, half from tho theory of their feet.
Strict morality, thu keeping of .-'uiiday as
a periodical day of puutineiico mid
wretchedness, tbu learning under penally
of diitkcloiots and tlimshings of the
chief duty of,inan, therein was their re
ligion, j.iio uiey were shown us a limit
and hard path through a dark valley
witn tho terrors of Siuui behind, and ihu
traps and pitfalls of a flaming hull nn
either tide. Jbveu Jucuha wile, .Mnry,
holding her darling to her breast, than
which no mother' heart ached or throbbed
wllh more tetidtrfros, had no other sermon
to prouch to them. It never occurred to
her or her husband that it was into just
such fluids of grain as those about them,
under just such towering codars, that
."Jesus led his disciples and taught them,
by tho sunsliiiiu nnd thu rain, tho
tender mercies of God. Tho world
grow green around them, faded again
and wrapped itself in snow, yoar after
year ; iho river tang its mystorious song
to tho woods at tholr very door; and over
head tho stars that had declared to thu pa
triarchs of tho old world tho iiillnitu se
cret of Jehovah blazoned Ilium forth
still, unregarded. Day unto day uttered
speech, and night unto night showed forth
knowledgo of Ilim. Hut both farmer nnd
wifo wore douf nnd blind. Ood was to ho
approached only through n dog-cared cat
echism, and fluids and river were worth
only so much fish and wheat r.or year.
Thu children's salvation being thus pro
vided for, tho next thing to bo insured
was monoy. Husband and wifo worked
and stinted as only a Scotch-Irish farmer's
family can work or stint. All produco
that whs salablo went to the market ; the
children wore reared on tho refuse, tho
skim-milk, tho poorest bacon and watcrv
potatoes. Their clothes were coarse and
paffuod, their feet baro and chllblained.
Tho houso grow barer year by year, tho
fathor'ii back moro bent, his face harder,
hut tho ualanco in bank incroased dollar by
Jar. As for tho plump, bonny Mary, she
had long ag.iloiuod tho sistorhoodof lean,
yollow-skiniied-toothless women who, with
dirty calico dresses and whisps of bair
twisted up behind, aro sometimes found in
larm-houscs liko ghastly megrims, or day-
light spectors of a wasted lifo. When
churning and scrubbing wero dono she
would sit up until near morning washing
and darning their clothes, that thoy
might look moro "genteel'' than she, drag
ging her aching body to look at them
when they slept, praying for them with n
fierce longing to have uowor to bo Uod
hlmsolf to bo nblo to protect nnd
caro for thorn. Thq boys had
certain strong animal propensities, and
physical tendencies which required skill
anil knowledgo to guide or rostrain. Uno
hud n morbid imagination ; another a
tendoncy to nlcholic poisoning ngalnst
which his diet and training ftpra Infancy
should have defended him. Tho girls,
left to themselves, wero filling tholr brains
with sickly falto fancies of lifo and tholr
work in it. Hut what tlmo had .Mary to
read or acquire- in any way tho power to
comprehend or help her children 7 Thoro
wa tho scrubbing and churning to bo
dono, tho money to bo saved. Uoys and
girls wero sent to coiioges and seminaries;
every advantngo that education could givo
tnom was inoirj; the only mistako Jncoii
una ins who made in tins respect was not
to educate ttinmtcWot us woll. Tho chil
dren wont forword; thoy sat down and
What is tho end ol it nil 7 Tho daugh
ters grow tin dispeptic and sickly for the
ack ot early proper loou; thoy married
ind died before middlo age, brilliant,
bard women, and neither of thorn in uny
ensu religious. Uno sou went into poli
tics, was mecesslul, is now a member of
congress, tho most influential of his party
menu una ins moiner ruau ol his nio in
K4hington, his wifo's receptions, his pot
ulsrity. Hut long ago hu was a tlriuiger
lo them. It is year sineo bo crossed the
oh! threshold. What is thorn ill common
between him and iho ignorant, boorish
uriiiur nun ms wuu t n. lew week ni'n
tho Inst of the (our csiim homo to die; the
ono ol all Iho children who hud real pow
er of intellect: tlio only onn who was not
ashamed to talk of "mother" foiidlv I
tho lat. llo died in her nrm'.a drunken
worthless sot. Tho thin, haggard woman
closed his eyes without a tear. 'I have
lot all my children," she said '! mu.
have made a mistake somewhere in tho b
ginning, God knows."
Is no other mother making this mis
woul.1 bavo told the Uutb, "Wo can
now look for a inomont
at tho triumphant murderow. Sho
was not a woman who boro tho devil on
her faco that lurked within her heart.
Sho was a Methodist, a church member, a
good woman, whom doctors and good peo
plo dolljhlod to sond to tend tho sick na a
nurse. What a nurso will bo seen in a
brief rcsumo of tho crimes which sho con
fesses to. Her first husband was a police
man, nnd after olghtcon yoar of wodded
life sho poisoned him with arsonic, becauso
ho was deranged. Next camo her
youngost child but ono, a girl aged six,
whom sho poisoned becauso 'the could not
support her." A boy aged four, followed'
to iho gravo ot tuo muruorou tor tne
satno cold-blooded reason, "llo was a
boautiful boy," tho says with satanic com
placency. Her boy of fourteen was taken
sick wllh palntor's colic, nnd sho poisons
him lest tho should lmvo to support him
In sickness. A youngor girl is tho next
"the hatinlott child I over taw" and tho
crlmo has tho tamo pitilost excuse, "I was
dltcouragod." Two other of tho children
die, but tho prefers to say
thoy died natural deaths. Sho goes to
Connecticut and marrios again. Her sec
ond husband diet of poison too. Sho mar-
rle n third tlmo, and confesses to poison
ing her step-son and step-daughter, and,
Anally, tho man fho married. 11 ?nms up
tcta ol right successive coiu-moouou,
pitiless murders, which who admits. Two
more ol tho (leatlis oi uioso nenr nor woro
n all human probability lior work. Sho
was a nurso Tor thu sick, ami now
high her crimes in their cold calculation
mav have mounted up in mis pro
fession, it would bo iinposiiblii to say.
She was tried only for tho murdor of her
list victim, i no point, nnwevcr, wnien
we Insist in calling nltentloti to Is that,
with all this blood upon her head, sho will
bo permitted to live, contaminating God's
air ns long as prison diet will sup
port her lifo. Is there no reversal to
tliif, wo ink. If Connecticut can try hor
for tho other murders the has com
mitted within Its borders it
hnuld bo done. If New lorkcxn still
trv her and hang hor for tlm m.irdnra sho
rnnfe'set to on Manhattan Island it should
ho dono Not a murderer within tho
Tomb; not n wretch oulsldu it with mur
ler in his heart, but will feel tlio devil
leap within himn hu learns that n half a
srorn of human lifes can bo taken on tho
chance, and that a slim one, of being im
prisoned for life, totel escape trnm punish
mont occupying tho heaviest tido of tho
A FULL IJiNGTlPuF JslJCUA.
Thoso who lmvo seen l.uccn, and in
opera, lmvo no idea, or a very laltit one.
tvlmt a charming companion sho makes off
the stage. J.iko rwlson, sho hut learned
to think nil tho world ofthli country, and
has becomo thoroughly Americanized.
Sho has for sometime entertained serious
ideas of buying real estate in tho matropo
lit, nnd Mottling hero permanently. In
fact, liticca lms becomo so thoroughly
American that sho hat learned to make, as
well ni drink, a morning cocktail, and it is
a treat to see iho dainty primndonua"mix
ing drinks." Slid is utterly freo from
vulgnrity, is full of grace in her ovcry
movement, and imparls to tier "cock
tail'1 ambrosial flavor. Sho has also adopt
ed thu favorite American attitude of cross,
ing her limbs when sitting, or of resting
her foot on iv fender or other convenient
article at an attitudo considerably nbovo
that of hor head, In brie!, she is tho freest
und easiest creature in tho world amid her
intimate friends ; but with all hor easo and
freedom, sho is- at all times, with all per
sons, and uridor all circumstances, a
thorough lady. She novor forgets that
sho is thu Ilaroncss von Koden,
and although sho doc3 not, of late, ut
leant, caro much for tho Dnron von Koden
ns a man or husband, sho hut n very high
regard for him us u baron. Sho has deter
mined, sine sho came to America, to keep
tbo monoy that sho makes, nnd not, tin
hitherto, intrust it to her liego lord, who,
with thu very best intentions in tho world
loses tho greator part of it with gay facili
ty at tho gaming-tablo. It is not true,
uowovcr, ns reported, that sho contem
plates a divorce from him, ns eho has not
ot been nblo to forget tho days
hor early lovo and his fond
courtship. A divorco, however, hns been
strongly urgod upon lior by certain ol
our uppnr-tondom in isow lork, who nro
erv desirous ol teeing tno lair and
famous German artists united to ono of
tholr number, who has for many months
boon visiting uer nt her home, in Four
teenth street, near Dolmonico's, where tho
rosides under tho guardianship of her
mother nnd her agent, Henry Jarrott.
and who has been ono of her rno't profit
able operatic patrons, having spent during
tho past season nearly $1000 in
boxes, seats, and boquctf, to testify
to tho ardor of his devotion,
bosido tending her lately n superb dia
mond necklaco, and having also gotten up
in her honor n glorioiH petit souper at Dol
monico's. Tho fair prima donna hat dono
nothing whatoverto cncouragothistwoll's
infatuation, except looking tweet and
treating him pleasantly ; but the opera
management, of course, lmvo dono all in
their power to oncourago tho tendrctso for
reasons not wholly unconnected with tuo
box-oflico. "A fool and his monov."
Ono of I.ucca's littlo weaknesses is jeal
ousyprofessional jealousy. Sho does
not'llko tohcnr Nilsson'anamo mentioned,
and as for Ailoliiia 1'atti, the cannot abide
hor. Sho takes it particularly hard that
tho latter has married a marquis a real
innrqui, whereas sho lias only married a
baron, and only a Gorman baron nt that.
is for dros". I.uoca cares but littlo lor it.
Sho has a fair to middling wardrobe, and
fiuno pasnahlo diamonds, but that is all.
hho is perhaps tho poorest of all tho
great prima donnas, and tho most indus
trloiis. and thn most unassuming, perhaps
the mot genuinely popular certainly the
most devoutly religions, attending 'mass
regularly, and always rro'sing herBelf to
thn virgin mother beforo eho goes on the
Our Home Advertiser.
iriom the New York Herald. 1
In July hi.t, altur a patient trial nnd
overwhelming evidence, a woman on trial
al .Now Haven, Conn., lor poisoning he
nuiisnu was loumi guilty o! murder i:
thu second degree. Tho verdict aksure
hor that her neck could not hu broken on
thu gallows, us it thould bo had thu
thousand spinal columns within it, Ilenco
lio makun hor coufottun. Meek-faem
pious to the lutt, sho excuses this eonfes
siou ou the ground that Chrit cull
nor to i-orrow ou account of hor
tint, bhu Hung herio'f on her kneo
at night, and In tho morning tho lays, "1
leu mu burden was gono and 1 was for
given.' Words of cvn c sm moro Mttn
wore hurled In tho teeth of deluded mercy
than thoso. Tho mask under which tho
murdered was the mask undor which th
would confess. If thu had cast it nsid
and told balllod Justice that tho liornldod
iiercrlmet tinco tho could tafoly glory i
them, and In ordor thalshn inli.hl tnlmtli
highlit placo in tho niche of infamy, the
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COnXKB Bin BT. AND COMUXRCIAL-AT.,
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nt: a i rsTATi: Am:.N:.
0. WINSTON & CO.,
HEAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (SUCONII yLOOK) OHIO LKVICK,
HUV AND SSI.I. REAL KrtTATK,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
Ami eirf CoiiYoymcwi oIKIn.U!
John (J. Harinaii, Clui. Thrupi
JOHN Q. 1IAHMAN k CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
Norlh t or, lllll NI. mill Olilo t.cvrr
.NhMiacts of TIlIc, CniivrvAncIng nmilti :i
(CuT'luxcs Paid, etc.
NTOTtM. TINWABK, KTC,
Who vnulK a Ilnppy I'ainlly,
EVERY HOTEL KEEPER
Who ninny wntit a I'ull llouac,
Every Siovc Dealci
Who .ifeniiM HuHlnrNH,
EVERY MAN, WOMAN OR CHILD
Vho dutlrcs Health hy Uood l.lvlnt',
should uur oav or
In hereby plvcn that default having been
made for more thnn Mxty ily In the liny
mcnt of n iiortlon of tho
nmount secured to bo imld by a
certain mortgago oxociited by Frank 1 fan
camp to Samuel HtaaUs Taylor and Edwin
. ront, trustee! of tho Cairo City Property,
dated March 10, 1804, and recorded In the
recorder's office, in nnd lor Alexander
county, In the state ol 'Illinois, In hook 1. of
deed, on page (i!)7, etc, wc, th under
"hrncd, tald trustees, will on Friday, the
24tliday of January next, A. I). 1873, nt 10
o clock In tho forenoon of that day, under
and by vlrtuo of tho power of salo contained
in tald rnortcage, tell at public auction to the
nigncit bidder, for cash, at tbo office building
of said trustee, corner of Woshlngton nve
nuc and ilghtcenth ttrcct, In tho city of
Calro.in Alexander county nnd state of Illi
nois all tho right, title and interest of said
iun.k "ncamp. or bis attlgns, In and to
lOt tlllttllinrnil fl 1 1.. l.l" I- ,
ia i . . :'.t,,,,;l' 111 i"tii iiiiiiiiicrt'ii
40 (lorty,) In said city of Cairo, according lo
tho recorded plat thereof, wllh tho appurtc-
tiutiiina 4n .Ai..sf.. h . .
i . V it '"""'J 'o purposes uuu conill
Hon. of said mortgage.
S. HTAATS TAYLOR,
Trustees of the Cairo City l'ropcrty.
Dated Cairo, Illinois, December 30, 1872.
Is berpliv irlvrn ilmt ,i..rnii l.n. i.... i ..
mado for more than sixty days In tho pay
ment or a portion or tho amount secured to
be paid by a certain mortgage executed bv
John P. I nggiii t toSamuel tHuats Taj lor iim'l
Kdwln Parsons, tm-lves of the Cairo City
. ..ipnj, uiiH-ii .-iiv. ii, iwi, nun reeorueii
in the recordcrV olllce, in n id lor Alexander
roilntv. in Hu- kiii.. ..I iiiiiimI- i 1...1
deeds, on page KrJ.etc.we, tliPiinderslgncd
"""""i "in rriuiiy, imp asm uay oi Jan
uary next. A. I). 1873, nt 10 o'clock in the
fnrCtlflfttl llf I hilt .fnv ii.i. 1.. n..1 I... . I. -
the power o-r sale contained III said mortgagv.
ii""iiu uiiciiiiii, ui in jiigncn Dinner,
Tor cash, at the olllco building of said tru-
tecs, cnrtiui it II'.imIiIm.pI.... ............ i
, ,,.,PC,1"M "trect, In the city or Cairo, In
..iv.iiMi.i I'uiiiii iiii'i siaie oi Illinois, ail
IllC rlL'llf. llflo fltl.l Int. ....... r.r ui.i t..i
I aggart, or his assigns, in and to lots mini
licii d Hi (iiinetecii,) -M (twenty.) Ill (twenty
one.) 'ii (twciity-two.) :l (tweiity-threo .(i.ii.l
-,' Cw,i'ly-foiir,) in block 58 (Ulty-clght,) in
' iiiiiinuii ui me ciiy oi ciuro, hc
cording to the recorded plat thereof, with
the uppi.rlcnancci.. to satisfy Ihu purposes
and condition or said mortgage.
S. STAATs TAYLOR,
I.UW Ii rAKSU.NS,
Truneet of the t'airofltv I'roperlv.
Dated Cairo, Illinois, Dcccmlicr 'M, laT-!.
Is hereby given that default baling been
made fur more than slxlvilajs in the pay
lllcllt ol .1 portion of llin'iitiiiiiinl ......i. -..,! ...
be paid bv a certain mortgaire cxrcutcil by
.loscph Mi'Keulc to li.iinuel Stunts Tlor
ami. I'.uwiii raroii, trustors or the Cairo
City Property, slated September 111, ISisi.and
recorded In the recorder's olllce, In and for
Alexander county, in the statu ol' Illinois, In
book T of deed", ou page llli. etc., we, the
undersigned said trustee, will on Friday,
the '.Mill day of .limitary next, A. D. 1973, at
IU o'clock ill the Ion-noon of that day, under
and by irtue of tbo power of salo contained
in said mortgacu.scll at public auction to the
highest bidder, for cash, at the olllce build
ing or said trusters corner or Washington
a ciiue nnd KiKhteenth street, In the citv or
Cairo, in Alexander countv and state of'llll
noU, all the right, title and Interest or suld
Joseph MclCenzie or his assigns, inaiid to lots
numbered IB, (tlfteeti,) 10 (sixteen,) and 17
(seventeen,) in block numbered 'i (two,) in
the Fourth addition to the said citv ol Cairo,
according to tho recorded plat thereof, with
the appurtenances, to satisfy the purposes
aud condition of said mortgage
TniMees ol the Cairo City I'ropcrtv.
Dated Cairo, Illinois, December 30, Inli.
Is hereby given that default having been
made for more than sixty days in the pay
ment or a iiortlon of the amount vocured to
be paid by a certain morlgage executed bv
Krvtn Maxwell to Samuel Maats Taylor anil
Kdwln Par.sons, trustees or tin; Cairo Citv
Property, dated September 10, Isfci, anil
recorded lu the recorder's olllce, in and ror
Alexander county, In the state ol Illinois, in
book K. ol deeds, ou page '.'HI. etc., we, the
undersigned said trustcos, will, on Friday,
the lUth day ol January next, A. D 1873, nt
10 o'clock in the lorenoon or that day, under
and by vlrtuo of the power of sale contalnei
In said mortgaire, sell, at public auction, to
the highest bidder, ror cash, at the olllce
building of said Trustees, comer or Wash
Ington avenue and eighteenth street, in the
clV!',.ofVnlro' 1" AlcxandcrcountTand slate
or Illinois, all the right, title aud Intel est or
said En in Maxwell or his assigns, In aud to
lot numbered 3 (Three), in block numbered
48 (forty-eight), in the llrnt addition to said
euy oi iuiro, according to the recorded plat
thereof, with, thu appurtenances: to satisfy
me purposes ami conuillon orsalil Jlortirasrc.
8. STAATS TAYLOR.
Trustees of the Cairo City Property.
Dated, Cairo, Ills., December 30, 1S7:!.
Our Homo Advertisers.
ASK YOUR TINNKH FOR TH KM
If he does not have nn assortment,
SP.ND YOUR OUDKR TO
EXCELSIOR MANUFACTURING CO.
SAINT LOUIS, MO.
Wholesalo dealers in all kinds of
AND TO ALL
h I V E STOVE 1 E A h E It S
0. Vf. 1IENDKRSON,
Commercial Ave., Cairo, Ills,
Is hereby given that default having been
tilflili. fnr nifira t lm, kt vl .In . I.. .1... ......
mentor a portion or the amount secured to
lie .aiu u a cuiiuiii uiuriKUKO OXCCUICU t,y
Wfirpeti l! ilimniiK. In sl.niw.l s...n.u 'P..l...
..it, I l.-.l,,..i l..4...k M...nu r .1...
...... ..,... iwn(u.j iiuaitca UI lliu l,aiiu
City l'roiierty, dated November 14th, 1864,
and recorded in tho recorders office, In and
ior jiicMiiiucr conniy, nunc siaicor Illinois,
In Rook F, of dee is, on page 3., etc., we.
tin. lm.ln...li..,..,l ki.l.l ti.L.,...u ...III .... l..
... imiti.i...tiii. ..uriivr, nill till J" ri-
day, tho iUth slay of .laraiary next, A. D.,
18i3,atl0 o'clock in the lorenoon or that
day, under and by virtue of the power ot
sale contuincdiu said mortgage, sell, at pub
lic auction, to the highest bidder, for cash,
ai mo oince iiuiiiung ni salil trustees, corner
ol Washington avenue ami Kightecnthstreet.
Ill tile ellv llf P.'ill-ri In Al.. v.,
and state of Illinois, all the right, title and
iiiieiesiiii sum iirrcn i. iiiuiningornis as
signs, in and to lots numbered 31 (tfiirly-one),
and If' Illilrlv.tu'nl. in Mn.-L-
(seventv-three,) in said city or Cairo, accord-
. w ..u tVWIMLV. lllCll-Ul, ItHIl 1110
appui tcnaaces. to satisly thu purposes and
condition or tald mortgage.
S. STAATs TAYI.OIt,
Trustee- of the Cairo City Propeily,
Dated, Cairo, Ills., December 30, la'i.
TKUTONIA LIFE INSURANCE
OF UIIIOAGO, ILLINOIS.
Cent' t-Office, 172 "Washington St.
Tills flfrtllflll l.lfsl IttLllfntwm t lAmlnttt
guarantees not nnlv Paid-up Policies but
til an .. V' ni.... 1.. .f. .. - . .
, ..mu in iiibh on uiu ison-iorieiture
JOHN A. HUCK, - - - Prwldent
0. KNORKLSDoitF, - . . Heoret.ry
JOHN W. PHDKSS,
Agent for Cairo and vicinity.
Is hereby given that der.iult having been
mado for moro than sixty days in thu p iy-
lllellt llf 11 liiirlinii nf tli. 1 iiim.ii.il L..f.n.-..i ...
: ... u..i.v r.,uill ll .F
bo paid by a certain mortgage executed by
.lo-eiib Miitenzle to .Samuel Slants Tajlor
uuu r.iimii riiisiiiis, uusiecs o llie Caior
City Property, dated March Ifilh, 1W1.V and
recorded In the recorder's olllce, in and lor
Alcxaiidcrcounty, lu Hie statu or Illinois, in
book P, or deeds, on page 115, etc., we, the
uudeislgiiiMt snN trustees, will, ou Krldav,
tbo'JIlli day ol.l.iuuaiy, next, A. D., IH73.
at ID o'clock In the loiciioou of that dav, 1111
ilerainl by lrtilo of ihu power of sale con
tained In said mortgage, sell, nt public auc
tion, lo tho highest bidder, for cash, at the
olllce building ol said trustees, comer of
Washington avenue and P.lghtienth street,
in Hit! city of Cairo, in Alexander countv
and stalo of Illinois, all the right, title nid
interest iif said Joseph .Mcliflizln or his as
signs, lu and to lots numbered :ii (thirty
twoi, Itllthlilj-lhice), und .'II (thli ly-foun,
In block niinilicicd 'i (two), In tin. louith nil
illtlon to sain city ol ('alio, according to tbo
recorded plat Ihcieol, with the appurtenan
ces lo salisly the purpose, and condition ol
S. STAATS TAYI.OK,
l iustecs of the Cairo City Property,
Dated. Cairo, Ills, December 110, laVi.
AGENTS I AGKNTSI AGKNTS!
The Union' Shuttle Sewing .Ma
cilno lor 1S7.I is the bijUeo 1.
Makes the i.n..L-.siu..i. ......
?, fir.1''.,.""11 Is "" ",0 '""thlmi needed for
5 . "' . 1 '"" 'cdlng out Saniiilo Ma-
i I,'.'"- ku "S"1"" very low. lletnll price,
w' ., M. b. WATTS, '
Oen'l. Agt. ror Southern Ills.
Headquarter., Puliibkl, Pulaski Co., Ills.
Mr. Watts I reliable, nnd the Union Shut
te Machlue It very popular hero.
A. Al, Lt.VY.lS, I. M.,
SKCTION NO. 47.
Association for promoting Life Insurance
and Sick Heller by weekly dues and mutual
co-operatlou In objects ol public benefit.
Tho Llie Insurance Policies will bo Issued
by the Teiltoula Lire Insurance Company.
JOHN W. l'RUKSS, Ao't.
iMlt for rnlritnnd vlclnltr.
FIRE AND MARINE
NIAOAHA, N. T.,
OKHMANIA, N. Y.,
Asts l.fM,7il 7t
AsM M..TS8 82 00
Asirtd... T14.SU on
Comprising ihe Und rwrlten Arocr,
YONKEHD, N. T.,
AssrtK 17 4M (11
ALDAN X CITT,
isiot M 4M.153 23
FIRKIIKNV rUNI), H. T.,
AspI.. 7S.K'J ot
MCCRITT, N. T. MARINE,
Mlorrs, DwHIinu-, Kiirnitcitr, Hulls anJ Car!
Kocs, in-urtxl ut rmei s fTnrtlos touoil, psr
minvot rsenritr will wrrnt.
1 resMs'lfulljr k nf the citltens ol Cairo
shkrt'of their )trono.
W. 11. Morns, II. II. Camlet
Nourjr I'uhlic. No. I'uli. il V. H. Coin
FIRE, HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK
AsU ..IS,M9,W4 (17
NUIITH AMERICA, PA.,
Asiets 2,7M,000 00
Asret t:,M 4,210 72
Asset .V.... . S1.781.14S1 M
INTERNATIONAL, N. T
Asuets ll.SM.tiit 17
Asstl m .. il5,673 tt
Assets ttJ8,17i 43
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
Assets 1(00,000 0
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL. LIFE.
Aeu fso.oooxio oo
TRAVELERS', HARTFORD, LIFE ANIJ
Asset! .M.-....l,5O0,0i 0
RAILWAY I'ASHF.NOERH AifiURANCE
Vtt m 400,000 00
Assets ttXfiti 00
SAFFORD, MORRIS St CANDEE,
71 Ohio Levee,
CIU Ntlonl Dunk. CAIRO ILL.
SELLING OFF AT COST
MRS. MARGARET JACKSON
Formerly Swander, Intending to remove
to hcntucny, desires to dispose of her larL'c
and eleuaut stock ol
Immediately. In order to laclllltate the sale
ot her Roods, .Mrs. Jackson has determined
to oiler tho
ENTIRE STOCK AT COST
And Invites the ladles ol Cairo and tlc');ty
to call on her ir they desire good barciu.
GOODS ARE ALL NEW
The most or them having been selected from
the late fall styles, hence the ladies have a
rare opportunity to purchase new and Insli
tollable uilllliierv lit cost, tirlee. Tin. vl..,.L-
coii-lsiHot bats ribbon", lloiycrs, hosiery,
lauie.s iiiiucrnciir, eie., etc. 11-iUtl '
On ElKhthHtreel.Vsiweeii CnmmereitlanJ Wash
liKton Atkduuh, In ilsilv reoiilTloc
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LATEST FALL ANIJ WIKTKR BTYLKS.
llosnus lull line of
BOurasrETB & hats
I Trimmed ami uotrimmml,)
FnENCH FLOWERH, KIllllONd, TRIMMIN08
ol all kinds, Lscet, eto., eto.
Mrs, Mc()e has also a Urg astortmeot o
Fancy Articles, such as
NECK TK'.), COLLARS. UNDRRALKKVEB,
HUFFB, HAUHES, FANU, '
Anil all other article! nsutlly found In a
FIRST.CLASS MILLINERY STORE
Jlrs, McOee. In nddltlou to her fltock of
t ancy and Millinery Hoods, liasu tlueone and
coinploto iiSKOrtment of Cincinnati tu'jpni
Made Ladles and Misses' Shoes and Cull
drens' Roots, Ulack and in Colors. Tlioto
aro ackuowledced to be the finest and best
blioet in the market, and this It the only
place lu the city that saakei tUem a specialty.
' Home Advortisomcnts.
Vhttriertxt Hstreh SI, 1N6I.
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. D. 8 AFFORD, l'retldent;
11, JIYHI.Ol', HecreUry and Treasurer
' S' ?A,otiT - Qiun,
F. H. Hrooansra, Vivl U. Bcbcp,
R. 11. OVKSIMaBSM, il, I', llllXIDAT,
J. M. PiiLtirt.
Deposit at mmw Attiul orelvedfrew
T" veau UpwartU.
-- i " r-'-i" hip riHoi mi
JL pergnl..j)i!r annum. Match latand Httm
tT'.1? . not withdrawn li imme-
d itly to Iho principal of tin dipuilU, tbaribr
RlrlDK them compound Interest.
MAIHUXD WOKlH AND OUILDRIN MAT
10 THAT SO OKI IMS (11K HIAW IT,
and BstunUjr ian tot HAVING DKPOSI'It.
only, from ( to o'clock.
w. tiiHi.of, Tretsurer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
CAPITAL, - - 1100,000
W: p. II A I.LI DAT, I'retlden :
IIKNRT L. IIALLIPAY, Vice-IT.1d.nt
A. II.HAFFORU, Cmhlerj
WALTER IITHLOl', AiilaUnt Csihur.
Hllttl TI1.0I, RostaT II. CcdiimiHia,
lllT L. lUtllC.T, W. V. UlLtlbAT,
liu. 1). WiLLiiaxtn, ttrsrnii mu
A. B. Bitrus.
wrlttkace, Colsa wtmA' Vnllr Htsitea
Bead Menjrfct ttad Mold.
KI'OHITfl rrcelred, and a (enonl Unklcj
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
DANIEL IIURI), lrM.leat
KOIIF.RT. MIL..KH. Vicpf .1J.0I
C. ti. HUUUKH. Cwalar.
COLLKCTIOys PROM1TLY M.'iDK.
TXCHANrtE. roln. Unk not and UniUxl
It HUtea Mcurltloa houiht ant sol.!.
torest Allowexl oTaelrftMal
WINKft AND MdOUItB.
R. SMYTH .4 CO.,
WUOLESALK GROCERS, j
Alto, keep constantly on hand a moat com
Plata stock vl
IOOTCH AND IRItU VniBKIXS
-a Pn h,
Fort, iladorla, Shorryand Catawba Wlnei
RHMYTn A CO. sell eiclualtely for caah.lo
. which fact ther Intlte the eapnclal alUin.
tion af cloaa bargain liuiara.
i M. STOOKFLETII,
tccctttoa o roiti a stoci.-liti
Beetlfyer and Wtioleaaie Deale Its
rorelKn muii Uusaeelle
WINES AND LIQUORS
No. C2 Ohio Lkvkk,
rjE keeps on hand conntanlty a full atockn
LLOIil Kentucky Kourbon, Rye and Moncnla
lela Whisklee, French llraniJIes, Hi I -u ait
Rhlnaan.l California Wlnaa Z
DR. B. 0. TAKER,
Will resume the practice ol his profession
with especial rclereuce to tho electrica
treatment ot diseases In all the new and Im
proved methods of application.
In all eaes of leiuule complaints a lady
will be In attendance.
Ofllco, lis Commercial avenue, up stairs.
WILLIAM K. SMITH, M. 1.
rjESIIIBNCK-No, ii Thirleemh atreet. b
IV tweaa Wlniiyii.n nrenueanil Walnut street.
Uini-u li i CnininiTcUl awmiii-, up ataira.
0. W. DUNNING, M. D.
RFXinK.NUK-corni.rNinth and Waluut sts,
Ullice coiuur Olxth atrcet and Ohio leree.
lltleo hbiira-from n a.m. to lit m., and 9 p.m
II. WARDNER, M. D.
HFXIIIKNOF.-Comer Nlnottenth street and
Wanliinjilon aTeniia, near court house. Of.
nee over Arier'sOrix'ery Wore, OlBee llouralrou
I'ln. in, to 12 in. and !'om tat p, tit.
LINEG-AR, MUNN & POPE,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
OFFICE WINT F.ll'S I1LOCK,
GREEN & GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William H, Oreen, 1
William H. Gilbert, -Milea
F. Qllkerl, J
WSpiola. attention glvia te Admiralty tod
on io tuo Lirn, booms T avd oris
CITT MATIOMAI. MXXK.