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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, JANUARY 2i, 18737
FiIUmUm alUMa Ballttla
WMBf B ATM.
LOCAL WEATHER REPORT.
U. 8. Sio. Sun., OnsKnvKn's office. 1
Cairo, .Tan. 20, 1873, 10:11 p.m. )
lUrometer 29.00, and falling.
Thermometer 40 degrees.
Wind north, Telocity 14 mllca per hour.
Maximum temperature last 21 liour, nt4
p. m., 17 degreei.
Minimum temperature. last 21 hours, nt
3:30 p. m., 43 degrees.
rreTalllne wind last 24 hours, oulli.
Total number of mllos wind travelled, last
IUklnfai:, .01 Inch.
Thomas) L. Watson, Observer.
No police business yesterday.
I.ahor Mock of dry good nt C. Hanny's.
Tlisnr arc five divorce cases oil the
I.AnriK stock of cai petlng and nil cloths at
Heavy tec was running out the Missis
sippi all Sunday and yesterday.
S. WncBLKii returned Irom Springfield,
Ills., Saturdjy evening.
Twenty colored criminals occup y the
cells of the, county jail at present.
ARTHUR Boyle has returned to Cairo for
a permanent residence, and Is prepared to
contract lor buildings of nil klnd.
A I.AROB number of passengers catnc In
on the C. V. R. R. last evening nnd wore
put off at Sixth street, the terminus of the
I, Attn r. Quantities ol sharp and dangerous
ice were running out of the Ohio all Stindav
aud yesterday, makltig navigation rather
A COI.on.ED woman's child died of the
small-pox on Fftccuth street 011 Sunday hut,
and was buried atthc expense of the county
Thiktvtuo crlmliials tiro confined nt
present in our county Jail awaiting
their trials at this session of tho circuit
and county court.
County Court convened yesterday. The
people's attorney being absent the court
entertained no criminal cases but proceeded
In probate matter.
OLE BOM'S Coxckht. Ole Hull, the
world-renowned violinist, will glvo one
grand concert in this city on Tuesday night,
uio;2Stu instant. l-'JI-tl
rOUXD at last the veritable .lohn Smith.
Ccnsn-i-taker Arnold took down his name
yesterday, and he lives in this city and It a
circumstances In this city. Blcknesj and
starvation onblncd soon made them help
less. Yesterday, tho wlte nnd children were
sent to St. Mary's Infirmary by the county
authorities. Tho husband nnd father do
serve tho reprobation of the commuulty for
deserting them In thl'inanucr.
IIkst Tiiino OUTi-Call at Ilnllcy's hard
ware store and see tho steam washing ma
chines, l'rlcc, 3 nnd g.1f0.
Onr.M.Y has hurled a l'nlxltan discharge
of Invective and denunciation upon tho sta
tionery stealers of the Illinois legislature.
Tho subject Is one that call" lor ventilation,
and we are glad thatMich a " bitter cltsi" as
Obcrly has taken It In hand. Ill tho "good,
old Democratic days" the stationery bill of
caeh incmbur did not oxeced seven dollars
the session. Mne then lnce Radicalism
secured control we see nn nllovvnueG of 2s
to each member for pocket knluii alone 1
I)ir.I. On steamer llulle l.cc.'Tliursday
morning, niter n lingering illness, William
11., son of W. V. and V. Metlcc, ofthN city,
aged twenty-two years, three months nnd
The deceased wa well known in this city,
Inn lug resided here for some yars. About
three years ago. ho with hl parent!-, re
moved to Meinph!, which city ha been
thelrhoine since. The news ol hit death
will be received with sorrow by his many
Mends In Carlo, mingled with sympathy ful
ler his bitcavcd family.
lUxnso.MK lliu of tires good at 15 cts.
nt C. Hanny's.
LncTUiiE. lly request, the ltcv. 1). II.
Turney, noted in Illinois and other parts of
ihc Wcstior his lino attainments, eloquent
delivery nnd brilliant miccom a a lecturer,
has consented to deliver a lecture in this
city, nt the Methodist Kplscopal church, 011
Thursday cciilng, January 23, lf7:J, on
"Tho Philosophy ol llea.ou and Wit." All
who have heard this lecture dccl-iru It one
of the finest nnd most entertaining they
have ever listened to. Tickets fot sale at
W. 11. Rockwell & Co.'s and 11. A. Ilan
lion's hook stores. 1-lIMd
Tin Vaudeville Tkoui-j: have engaged
the Athcncum for Saturday night, when
they give one of their famous entertain
ments. Go and see them.
Handsome line of dress good at C.J nan
ny's. Railroad Mefti.no. Tho numbers of
the local committee of the Cairo & Tennes
see railroad, are requested to meet at Dr.
Smith's office at 7 o'clock p. m., Wednesday
the 22nd instant.
The steamer Northwestern, running in
place of the Illinois, was unable to get
through the Ice at Island No. 1 on Sunday
last, and was compelled to return and give
up the trip.
A large delegation of country pcoplo
were In town yesterday to attend circuit
and county court. Borne were present as
litigants, some as witnesses, and others as
grand and petit jurors.
Handsome line of Cashmeres at C. Ilan
ny's. A cuANan is tho weather took plaoc on
Sunday night, It becoming very much mild-
vi. csicruay uie urecu were in a very
uisagrccable condition in consequence of
the oldest inhabitant says there will be
plenty of peaches this season that is if they
are not frozen by somu Artie weather still in
store for us. Neither the buds nor the trees
have been Injured by the cold so far.
I'iiysicians report more sickness In nnd
about Cairo in the last lew weeks than has
been known for a long time In this usually
healthy locality. We believe no particular
form of disease Is epidemic, and wo hear of
tew fatal cases of any kind.
"im ciruult court taiiculu inn, yesterday
on account or the absence of Judge Raker,
it. ... 11 .
uo i uuiuing couri ai metropolis) on
baturday last, aud missed connection, aud
was tuus uetaincd away Irom Cairo. Tho
court will probably convene to-day.
l.Aitoi: stock of cm tains and damik'sat
Tltr. OITT K.NTKIiTAIN.MKNT. l'rol. K. 0.
Tav lor. the celebrated prestldlgltatcur and
magl tit ii, and leading delineator mid Inter
preter of rellnod Illusions, gave another ol
his mot attractive exhibitions at tho
Athencuni last night, to a house perfectly
Jammed, lie Introduced a serlcsof the most
bewlldeilng mid puzzling Hick", which were
greeted with applause from hii uudlenec.
Atthc close of the entertainment he distrib
uted an assortment ol prizes, the highest of
which was a ten dollar gold piece, nnd rang
ing from that down to articles that were use
ful In any household, and, to put the lowest
value on Jauy of them, were worth
twenty-live cents. The distribution of the
I prizes was conducted by a committee of our
own citizens, and was fair and satisfactory
to all. Tiie proiessor, uniiKo many 01 uie
humbugs that have given entertainments of
a like character in this city, does not have
lead pencils, wooden whistles, or brass jew
elry in Ids list. To-night tho llrst prizo will
bo a twenty dollar gold pleco, aud the sec
ond a ton of coal. An entire change of programme.
Laroe stock of wool blankets at Mown
price at C. Hanny's.
County Court. Judge itross presiding;
J. 0. Lynch, clerk llrst day.
1 ho People vs. Katie Cooper, attachment
lor contempt of court. Statement of defend
ant heard, and diseharged from tho attach
ment on the payment of costs. '
The People vs. A. 12. Moore, same, and
In tho matter of the estate of John Cahlll,
deceased, Julia Cahlll tiled a bond In the
sum of i'2,'100 ; said bond was approv ed aud
letters of administration were granted to her.
Ill the matter of Luclmla and Henry D.ivl",
minor heirs of John Da, Is, guardian's re
port upprovcUind ordered recorded.
In the matter ol the guardianship ol Adam
Mowry, minor heir of Davlu Mo wry, guard
ian appeared and submitted his report, which
was approved aud ordered on record.
In tho matter ot Sylvester Wubster, de
ceased, administrator appeared aud ifllbmit
ted htsflual report, which was duly approved,
It setting forth that the estate hadbuiii Dual
ly settled. The administrator was therefore
discharged Irom all further liability.
In the matter of the estate of Chin. Cooper
deceased, Katie I.luglcmaun, tho admini
stratrix, tiled her liual rcpoit, which Was ap
proved and ordered recorded, and the ad
ministratrix discharged Irom any lurther
liability, and the estate declared Insolvent.
Ippl for several days, and Is of tho heavies'.
kind, and nils tho river from bank, aud had
there been any posslhlo chance for Its be
coming gorged It would easily liavo dono so.
No cars are being transferred from llelmont
over to Columbus, und tho Ico pascs that
port nt a very sluggish pace. Sunday, fears
wcro entertained that It would certainly
goigo thcro In spite of the rlo out or tho
rivers. Quite a number of steamboats liavo
their crews hero nnd aro making prepara
tions to leave for St. Louis, and some mav
possibly start up to-day, At St. I.ollls the
river was falling ycMerday, but ni it was
mining and thawing there, tho fall will bo
cheeked. The topic of conversation now Is
the resumption of navigation between this
city nnd St. I.oui",
RUSIKKSS AND WKATIIKIt.
There was only one arrival yesterday and
the landings had about them a stillness
which is seldom nbrvod nt this port. The
woather inudcratcd greatly .yesterday
and toward night there were prospects for
'Ihc Kaimy Lewis will eomo to tho wharf
this morning and commence, loading for
Vlcksbitrg and alt way poln h. HcrcrcW
will uriive frjm St. Louis this morning.
Quite a manlier of steamers were taking
fuel and storcanboard yesterday picparatory
to starting for St. Louis. None ol the An
chor line will start until there Is a certainty
of being able to get to St. Louis.
Charles Quesiichelerk ol'thu City of Chest
er, attended Taylor's gift show a fuw nights
ago and was tho lucky possessor of a ticket
tlialdicw n genuine live pig, whl h Charley
received Irom the donor with a grace that
became a king, lie has it on bo ml his boat
aud will aslgii It a plr.es next trip.
The Northwestern started to Columbus
Sunday afternoon, but had to turn back
when only a tew miles below tho point on
account ol the Ice, which was so heavy that
she could not through it. She will likely
try It again to-day.
The Tyrone, en route from Nashville, has
laid up at l'adilcali, mi account of the ice.
I'ho Ada llvilmun, bound tor llvunsvllle, ha
also laid up tliuiv. No l'aducah or Kvniii-
itte packets have been running for several
The Klliott will leave this evening lor
Memphis aud way points on the arrival ol
the evening train.
The James I l'aiker, fiom Cincinnati,
was tho only arrival yesterday. She brought
In a lair trip lor -Memphis. Tho City of Al
ton passed down out of tho Ohio Sunday
with a good trip.
Our Home Advertisers.
I'll Hi. HOWARD,
STEAMBOAT BUTC HEIl.
Clly .Nntlmiul limit Ui-.IMlim-.
H'feil uttcntioti paid tonr.tcrs trim strain
boU nlitlit oritur
V. V. THORNTONS,
HUIIiDKItS' SUl'l'LY DKl'OT
l.'JJ TENTH HTREI1T,
lioons, NiiNha Utliidx. SfonlilliiH,
lUiT41u-rsi,(woiHl U'liifloirninl Moo,
rramm, Flooring, I.lli,
NhlnglfiR, Ulnseil Hnnh, Ulnunl Mrtv
t.lichlw, (JlfiKCfl Tretinoin,
Rimli WolKlit), Hush I'tilllm mill O
nilml riiNlrnluKR, ItnofliiK
lll, Hon I! n r; I'rnitnt, I'lmlrrln
l'Hcp, luri.el n, iriillo
l.fiut, I.ttthml Oil, Aiurrlriin Mlmtos
UIiik,', KiikIIkIi imill'rencli
I'lMlf UInhm, I'litly, (I'nilrr'H I'imilf
bewrr I'liir I'lifrul l.'liliiinrj ,
:., i:;r., ki,
AflKNlfl lor Itoek Illtei I'Kier Coinio)'
Mill I flit!f I'olt hikI Ijusrlt C. lnrnl
i. W John's l.nproT.-l Hunting nlwof s ta
a. W A Is THUS,
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
o eTry itcrcrlptlon,
JiATH, aUlNOLKs?, OKDAK 1'OSTb
D0011S, SASH, 1H.1ND.S
KurntshS'l on shortest notio.
Uouimcroial-av, bet. 10th and llth-pt?.,
Onv Homo Advcrtiacrs.
Handsome line of reps
lauis at C. Uauny's.
and figured dc
stock of brown domestics at ('.
And Dealer In
VEHETADLKS, FRUITS, KOOS,
LARD, r'RESH RUTTKR, LIVE
AND DRESSED 1'oULTRY,
FRESH SALTED AND
SMOKED FISH, ETO.
Am. Gooi3 'Waiuiantkii I'iiesii
And sold at tho lowest prices for cash.
S?-Eighth street, bctweon Commercial
nnd Washington nvenuos.
it it y ; o r h.
S Tit ATHG Y EXTJl AOlt I) IX A It Y
THE C. & V. R. It. LAYS ITS TItACIC
DOWN COMMEUCIAL A VENUC WITH
NEATNESS AND DISPATCH.
A regular convocation ot Cairo It. A.
Chapter 71, will be held at Masonic hall this
(Tuesday) cvc tlng, Jan. Ulst, 1873, nt 7J
o'clock. Visiting companions aro cordially
Invited. K. KonsMcvim, Sec'y.
Dancino School. Mr. Charles Hardy
wishes to inform the public that he will open
his dancing school at Philharmonic hull, on
Friday cnnlng, Jan. 21, for gentlemen,
and on Saturday alternoon, Jan. 23, for
children. Those wishing to attend should
be on hand promptly at tho opening on each
A binANGE lady who lives in Pittsburg,
yesterday, mistook a towboat for a regular
packet, and In trying to get on board of It,
fell tn one of tho hatch-holes of a barge
badly injuring herself. The county author!
ties had her tent to St. Mary'. Inilrmary.
Hopes of her recovery aro rather doubtful,
as her injuries are Internal.
Tns Cairo Casino will give thelrllfth nimp
Yenry masquerade at Scheel's.hall, Monday,
the 17th of February uext. Tho following
gentlemen have been selected as managers :
Louis Herbert, l'ctcr Neir and II. Meyer.
As no tickets will be sold at the door, parties
wisblngto attend are requested to apply to
the above named inauagers.
Ahmvals at the St. Charles yesterday
were Frank Megger, N. Y.; CI. 0. Sjmine,
Helena, Ark.; A. S. Gamble, Evainvlllc : XT.
i; lUucuette, Carbondale j W. AV. Fuller,
N. Y.; L. T. Untie!!, South Fas ; T. F. llytn
and lady, uairo ana Ht. Louis railroad : U. I.
Hortbott and son, t lora, Ills irof. A. Jen
kins. Bt. Louis; W.StlllHcll, Philadelphia;
J, it. rfomuou, i-auucan; ji. u West, Mem-
TIMOTHY Uouan Is a river man by avo
cation. Some few weeks ago he left his wire
nd three children In perfectly destitute
Cairo was to havo had a railroad war thU
week. Certain properly holders on Com
mercial avenue, opposed to having the Cairo
X- Yinccuucs railroad lay their track down
the au'ime, mado no secret of t.iclr inten
tion to get ont a writ of Injunction to pre
vent tho company taking the obnoxious
step. Our Commercial nvcnuo neighbors
went to bed on Saturday night, dreaming
of railroad trackseross-tlcs nnd Injunction-,
and woke Sunday morning to what!1
To find the wicked, Sabbath-breaking
C. A: V. railroad represented by
about one hundred and fifty laborers, with
teams and all needful tools, busy laying ihc
railroad track down Commercial avenue!
Crowds gathered all along the railroad track
and nt every street comer, and for awhile
the subject was fiercely discussed by tho sign
ers to the late petition to the city council.
Meanwhile the work went bravely on, and
the track was laid down to the comer ol
Sixth stieet. Yesterday the ears ran down
to the new terminus, and, wo presume, will
continue to do so, notwithstanding
the opposition of tho aggrieved
property holders of Commercial
avenue. Tho Sabbath day advant
age, taken by tho railroad, has nipped a dif
ficulty In the bud and cllcctually disposed of
It. In a week or two, tho whistle of t lie Inco
motive will sound llko an old friend, aud tho
nightmare fears, as to tho danger of the earn
running down the middle of the street, will
have disappeared. So mote it be.
I Imrlcroil Mni'ivlt !H, 1S00.
OITY NATIONAL RANK, CAIRO
A. It. S AFFORD. President;
S. S. TAYLOK. Vice-President:
11. 1IYSL01', Secretary and Treasurer
J. M. Phillips
1'aci. 0. nciirii,
11. P. lULLIVtT,
James I), Parker, Cincinnati.
CONDITION OK TUT. UIVERf.
The Ohio river has been rising since Pun
day, and considerable lee has been floating
past the harbor. It has not been as heavy
as the first lee that passed, but it lias been a
fro at deal sharper. Once in a while u enUc
covering a lar'e portion of tho river passes
by.Jbutat quite a distance' from this shore.
The Ic has bceu running out of tho MUsls-
lriiialtH nt nny AnmiinlllwnlvssUtroni
son iituis uiiunrua.
1NTEKEHT paid on deposits at the rato ol six
pruent. per annum, Match 1st sail Hejilem
br 11, Inlcrust not wlth'lrnun Is r.iMeil itnm
limply to lie pruiulpal of tliu cluponln, tlicrchj
K'viok III fni conimnii IntTnst.
MAIttllKD WOMEN ANIi CHILDREN MAY
UKTOHIT MONK Y
0 THAT Ml ONE I'l.SH I'M HUAW IT,
Upon eTi-rjr liiisinos ly from u.m. to 3 ji.tn,,
noil Hatur.ttiy cyfrnni? lor HAVLNO HKI'Oaia
onli, Irom dlnl o'clock.
numl W. ItrHLnl', Treasurer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
cai no. ji,if.iNtif
W. P. 1IAI.L.IIMV, PrMlilfn ;
UtiNltV 1.. IIALLIKAV, WPrmldem
A. ll.HAKl'OKU, Chiller;
WAI.TKK ills-LOP. Assistant Cashier,
Htiatttios, Itnor.RTlf. Ccnmnoium,
IUnri I.. !liti.ii..T, VV. I', IIalliiiat,
lltv. I'. Wiu.uhs.in, HirrhiH Hud
A. II. HAriukD,
Kxclinnue, Coin niul tlnltnl nialeis
IlnntlM UoiiKlit nd Noltl.
EI'OSITU rpcolfod, and
a Ktnrral Unklni
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
IlANir.L IttlUIt, TrMlilonti
IlllHKI'.T. MIL., '.it, Vioo-lToHl.tADt
(I. N. lltiOIIEH. Cunler.
C:MKUTIOKS l'UOMH'LY MADR,
T'VXi'llAKrtB, cnln, lianlc not nail UniUi!
l j Mtnti-MBW!iirlllt.H l)niiht k4 iM,
lulrrckl Allowed onT''ntlepoal
I si hereby given that default havlig hem
made for more than sixty days In tho pay
ment of it portion of tho
amount secured to bo paid bv a
certain mortgage executed by Frank Itati
camp to Samuel Stnab) Taylor and Kilwln
Parson, trustees of the Cairo City Prnneity,
dated March It), 1M14, and recorded In tho
recorder' oilier, In nnd lor Alexander
county, In the slnto of Illinois, in book I. of
ilccds. on Iiago KI7, etr. We, tho under
signed, said trustees, will mi Frldav, tho
21th day of January next, A. D. 187,1', nt III
o'clock In the forenoon of that day, under
and by virtue of tho power ofsale contained
III said inortgage, sell at public, miction ti tho
highest bidder, riirensh,atlborilllei! building
of saltl trustees, eorner of Washington ave
nue nnd Llghteeiilh street. In the city nf
Cairo, In Alexander county and state of Illi
nois, all the right, title nnd Interest or said
Frank llancanip, or hl assigns, In nnd to
lot mimbeied :i (three,) In block numbered
40 (forty,) In said city ol Cairn, according tii
the recorded plat thereof, with the nppurlc
nances, to satisfy iiU purposes and condi
tion of said mortgage.
LI) WIN PAIISONS.
Trustees ol tho (.'alio City Property.
Dated Cairo, llllnol", Dcccmb rtlO, IH'i.
Is hereby given that default having !een
made lor more than sixty days Inthepiy
mentor a portion nf the amount sccuied in
bo paid by a ecrlaln nioilgago executed bv
John P. 'I nggai t to Samuel Stunts Tnv lor nuil
IMvvin Par-iuis. Iiustecs of the Calm ( llv
Property, dated Nov. 1 1, Isil. and leeor-'eil
in the recorder nlllee.lna tl lor Alexander
county, In tho statu ul Illinois, In book Pol
deeds, on p:..,. Iiy.cte., we, the tiiiderslcucd
trustees, will m Friday, the Jllh dav of Jan
uary next, A. I). 18;;l, at It) n'cloe'k In the
lorcnoou ol that day. under and by lilue ol
tin- powcrnrsalc ciintnlucil In said mntigngi,
sell at public a letlirn, to the highest bidder,
for cash, at the olllee htillillui: of iiM trus
tee", euriier of Wnslilngimi nvcnuii nnl i
LI htcciith street, in tlin eitv nf I aim, In -Alexander
county and slate of lllinoN, nil I
the right, title and Interest tl" said John I'. 1
Tnggait, or hi assigns', In nnd to lots num
bered iti (nineteen,) a I (Iwentv.) SI (twenty- i
one,) 'JJ (twenty-two.) i I (t weiitv-tlire.' .) mid 1
'.'I (tweiity-tour,) In block M (IIIH-elghl,i in i
the First Addition to the city of Cairo, ac
cording to tho lecnrdcil plat thereof, vvllbl
the appurtenances, to satisfy the purpi.-i's
and coiiilltlon of said mortuasri'.
S. STAATS TA YLOll. I
Truteeof the Cairn t ity Propeilv
Dated Cairo, IIIIiioIh, December , ImTJ.
'72. FALL AND WINTER '73.
C. HAN NY.
KENTUCKY JEANS), KXTKA,
LAltUK STOCK OF OAIftXTING
01 LT BANDI,
HOTTINOUAM LA UK
Ilia En I Ire NloeU
VERY LOW FIOUUES.
COnNKIlSTII ST. AND COMMERCIAL AY.,
I" hereby given that default having bem
lii.ule for morn than sixty days in the pay-1
meiit ol a portion of the amount secured in i
lie paid liV a certain mortgage evcciitril hy
Joseph ifcKenzle In Samuel Staats Tavln'i
and IMwlli Parsons, trustees of tiie Cairo
City Property, dated September l.'l. IMS, nnd
rrcorueii hi uie recorder olllee, in mm lor
Alexander county, in the state nf Illinois, In
Iidiik r or deed", on page llii. eie., we. Hie
undersigneil said trustees, will on Friday,
tlie'J4tn day nt .lamiary next, A. I). 1ST;I, at
lu o'clock In the forenoon of that day, under
and by virtue ofthe power of Kile contained
In said mortgairo,scll nt public auction to the
hlhct bidder, ror ca-h, at the ntllee build.
Ing or said trustee", corner or Washington
avenue and eighteenth street, lu tho cltv id
Cairo, lu Alexander eouutv and state or'llll
mil', all the rlaht. title and interest or said
Joseph MclCciuic or Ids as-lgiis, In ami to lot"
immiieri'd Hi. (iniecii,) n. (sixteen,) and 17
(seventeen,) in block numbered t! (two,) in
the Fourth addition to tint said city ol Cairo,
according t.) Ihu recorded libit thereof, with
the appurtenance", in s.illsiy me purpof
and condition of said mortgage
Trustees ol tho Cairo Cltv Property.
Dated Cairo, Illinois, December 30, lsfi
SELLING OFF AT COST
MRS. MARGARET JACKSON
Formerly Swandcr, intending to remove
to Kentucky, desires to dispose of her large
aim cicgam mock oi
immediately. In order to (acillltate the sale
ol her goods, Mm. Jackson has determined
to oner me
ENTIKH STOCK AT COST
And Invites the ladles of Cairo and vii-'nity
in can on iter n incy ucsire good Margins,
GOODS ARE ALL NEW
The most of them having been selected from
uie uiic inn styles, iieucc tno ladies nave
rare opportunity to purchase new ami lush
lonablu millinery at cost price. The stock
consists of hata ribbons, flowcru, hosiery,
lauics u niicrwcar, eie., etc. u-nutl
51 US. McGEE,
On KlRhtb Street, liMwpn Cnmmorclt.1 and Wash
iiKtou Aienues, la iUIIt recKlvin-
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
U.irm full lino of
BOlTOSrEITB & HATS
ITrimmeil aoit untnmmedji
FltCNOIl FLOWKI18, UIIJIIONd, TKIMMING3
of all kinds, Lices, etc., ate.
Mrs. MrDeo hu alio
Fsnoy Articles, such as
a large assortment o
NECK TliW, COLLARS! UNDBRHLKEVES,
HUFKH, HABUES, KANH, '
And all other articles uiualljr found la
FIRST-GLASS MILLINERY STORE
Mrs, Metier, In addition to her stock of
Fancy and .Millinery (ioods, bus a Ilnaono and
complete assortment of Cincinnati Custom
Mado Ladles' und Misses' Shoes and Chll
drens' Hoots, Hinck and m Colors. These
are acknowledged to bo tho finest and best
fe me in the market, and this Is tfae only
place Ui the city that tuakoi them a specialty.
Is hereby given that default having been
made lor more than sixty davn in the pay.
ment of a portion or the amount secured to
be paid by a certain mortgage texecuted by
r.rvin .Maxwell to aamuel .-luats Taylor ami
Kdvvln Parons. trustees of the Cairo City
Property, dated September 10. lbt. and
recorded In the recorder's olllee. In and for
Alexander county. In tho state of Illinois, in
book K, ol deed", on page "19. etc., we, the
undersigned said trustee", will, on I r day,
the tltth day ot January next. A. D 137:1. at
10 o'clock in tiie forenoon of that day, under
ami ny virtue oi ine power oi aie couiaiucc
In said mortgage, sell, at public, auction, to
the highest bidder, for cash, nt the olllee
building of said Trustees, corner of Wa-h
lugton avenue and Eighteenth street, in the
Cltv of Cairo, in Alexander eouutv anil state
ol l'lllnols, all the right, title and Intel ct of
said hrviu Maxwell or his assigns, In and to
lot numbered .'1 (Three), in block numbered
48 (forty-eight), lu the llrst addition to said
city ot oiro, according to tiie recorded plat
tucrcoi, wiiu uie appurtenances: to satisiy
the purposes and condition ofsald Mortgage.
Trustees of tbu Cnlro City Property.
Dated, Cairo, Ills., December :10, l&TU.
Is hereby given that default having been
made for more than sixty da) h lu the pay
incut of a portion of the amount secured to
bo paid by a certain mortgage executed by
Warren C. Dunning to Samuel Slaat" Tavlor
and Kdvvln Parsons, trustees of the Cairo
City Property, dated November 11th, IbUI,
and recorded in the rccori'et's olllee, lu and
ror Alexander county. In the stateor llllnol",
in Hook F, of dee is, on page etc., we,
the undersigned said triirtees, will on Fri
day, the 'J4th day or January next, A. 1).,
1873, at ID o'clock In the lorcnoou of that
day, under anil by virtue or the power ol
sale coutalnedlii said mortgage, sell, at pub
lic auction, to the highest bidder, lor cash,
at tho olllee building ofsald trustees, corner
of Washington avenuoaud Eighteenth street.
In tno city of Cairo, in Alexander county
and state of Illinois, all tho rK,t, title and
interest or said Warren C. Dunning or his as
signs. In and tolotsiuuubcred.il (tliirlv-one),
nnd til! (thirty-two), In block niimheied ,i
(seventy-three,) in said city of Cairo, accord
ing to the recorded plat I he lent', with I he
appurtcna.iccH. to sali-ly the purposes and
condition ofsald mortgage.
S. STAA I'S TAYLOIt,
Trustees of the Cairo City Property,
Dated, Cairo, Ills., December :10, Is7i.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
3STO. 74 OHIO
Roliiil ami Prescription
Comer Washington Avo
and Klghth stieet.
O I 1.5,
ii; IM S
1 i - a.'-g-l 1. U- II H'SMJI
Of chainol" and rabbit skin,
lor Weuk lungs.
At MAKCLAY 1JKOS.
XjO 23 Q-B S
Foil SOIiF. TIIItUAT,
Prepared and sold
llv HA UCLA Y Ultoa
And Dl.lnfcetaiits lor Stable"
Ar IIAItt'LAY lUtOM.
O FINK flflAKS,
. "IIO.S'KV iici-m
" YOL.MI AMLItICA,
And "1'iilvcrsal Standard."
At HA HOI. AY HUOS.
It 2(1 if.
UAIIIt) AND l'ADUOAH
Tim si'lrn'li t stnir
Dick I'owi.kii, (!f.ptnin
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted), nt
4 p.m. For freight orpas-aec apply on Iio.iii.
or to J.V". Malmihy, Ag't,
Is- hereby given that default having been
made'l'or more than sixty days In tho i:i
ment of a portion ot the amount secured to
bo paid by a certain mortgage executed by
Joseph Mcivctiidc to Samuel Slants Taylor
and Kdvvln Parsons trustees of tlm Cnlor
City Property, dated March Iflth, IfeC), and
recorded In tho recorder's olllee, In and lor
Alcxandercoiiuty, In the state, of Illinois, in
book P, ol'ilceds, on page lift, etc., we, the
undersigned kiU trustees, will, on Friday,
the J4th day ol, lamiary, next, A. 1)., 187.1,
at 10 o'clock lu the forenoon ofth.it dav, un
deraud by virtue of tho power of sale con
tained in said mortgage, sell, at public mic
tion, to tho highest bidder, for cash, nt tho
ollleo building ol said trustees, corner of
vvasmngton avenuoaud l.lglifentli street,
In the city of Cairo, lu Aluxander eouutv
and stato of Illinois, nil tho light, title mil
interest ofsald Joseph McKclilc or his as
signs, lu nnd to lots numbered iia (thirty
two), XI (thirty-throe), mid .'II (thiity-four),
in block numbered 'J (two), lu the fourth ad
dition to sain city ol Calio, according to tho
recorded plat thereof, with tho appurtenan
ces to satisfy tlm purposes and condition ol
Trustees or tho Cairo City Property,
Dated, Cairo, Ills, Decumber III), lbi'J.
NEW YORK STOltE,
WHOLESALE AND HETAIL.
LAIUIKST YAKIKTY STOCK I TUK CITV
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Corner of Nlnteath atreetnud Com
SI'IXIAL TAX Olt A-TICL'.
Notice I" hereby given tn alt petson Intel ,
ested that the city council ol the cltv c '
Cairo having ordered that sidewalks Ik; cm j
structed on the following named streets, tc i
wit: On the easterly side or Washington av I
ciiiic in front or lots numbered eighteen (18) I
nineteen (Ui), twenty (20), and twenty out
tall. In block numbered twenty-four I24i oi.
said easterly side friuii tho northerly line ol
said lot numbered eighteen (18) produced, to
the line lixed by ordinance ns the outer
edge of the sidewalk constructed or to be
constructed on the southerly side of Seventh
street In said city.
On the northerly side of Sixth 'trect from
l...l. I, I..,.,, n, ........ , 1. .!...
i iiiini'Niiiuimn in i uiiei p.iu II t einie .
un iiiu iioiuieriy nie in cross sireel irom
Washington av enue to Walnut street, to con
nect with the sidewalks on those street"
On the west side of Commercial avenue
in trout or lots numbered one (I), two 0!),
three CI), lotirO), five and six (),in block
numbered twenty (.'ni.
On the south sldf or Tenth street
from Walnut street to Jcllersou avenue.
On the northerly side of Twelfth street
from the termluus'nr the present sidewalk
on said street, between aluiit and Cedar
street" to Loeii"t"trcet
On the southerly side of Thirteenth trect
from Commercial avenue to Washington av
enue. On the east side of Holbrnok avenue from
West Twcnty-thlrd street to West Twenty
loiirth street. i.
On the south side of West Twenty-fourth
street Irom liolbrook avenue to Park ave
nue. That the following named sidewalks be re
constructed ami renewed, to. wit :
On the south side ol Nineteenth street
rrom Poplar street to Commercial avenue.
On tho north side or Twentieth street
from Ohio levee to Walnut street.
On tho south side of Twentieth street from
Ohio hsveo to Washington avenue.
On both sides ol Poplar street from
Klghteenth street tn Division street.
on the south side ol Division street and
on the north side of Centre street.
On the north side of Tvvonty-tlftli street
from ashlugtoii avenue to Walnut street :
and on the south side of same street fiom
Walnut street to Hull, rook avenue. And on
the south side or Thlrty-rourth street from
Coininerclal avenue to Washing
ton avenue, bavii applied to the
county court or Alexan er county lor nn as
sessment or tho co-t or said Improvements
according to the value of said piopcrtv, aud
an assessment thereof having been mailii und
entered to said court, the liual hearing
thereon will be had at tho February term ot
said court coiniuenclng on the Seventeenth
day ofFcbiuary, V. J., Ib7.l. Allpe'sonsde
s ring may then and thcro appear and make
MICH A Eh COYNE, Proprietor.
(OI.ll I'OAT OmCK BTANtl.)
Corner Sixth stieet slid Commercial Av,
The best brand" ol Cigar, choice Wlnm,
l.bpiorr, etc., always on hand.
JjTOpen day and nl.j-ht.jE3
0 E II ) e ui ioNico
JOHN (), I! Alt.M AN. i
JOHN ll.UOSsiMAN, I
II. WATSON WKIlll. J
7, A. D., 187.1. .
vii.M-.H ami i.iuounsi.
II. SMYTH & CO.,
WHOLESALE GKOOKKS, j
Oil 10 LKVKH
Alio, keep constantly on hand a most com
plete stock of
SCOTCn AND miBH WIII8KIXS
a i n h,
l'ort, Madorla, Shorry and Catawba Wine
RUMYTn 4 CO. sell excluslTely for cash, to
, which fact they Invito the espoclal atten
tion l cIoib bargain Imyara.
F. 51 . STOOKFLETII,
ccciiiob o roiiia a itocainiu
Itrellryer mid Wliolnanle Ileale la
rorriKn una HoibmIIo
WINES AND LIQUORS
No, G2 Ohio Lxveb,
HK kefps en hand censtanilr JS'ifiLVJi!
Ol.l Kintuckj Hourbon, Bye and Meaeala
i WhUkira, French HraaillM, Uol au
no anil Callforala Wl
SALOON AND READING ROOMS
L'ARKER & MONTAGUE
tSTThe best brands of Cigars, choice
Wines, Lbpiors, etc., always on bund tt
EL DOHA DO
JULLIAH1) HALO ON AND UAU
HOOM. juiin UATHi, Proprietor.
10 Ounmcrcial Afton, CAIItO, ILI.IN0I
Hnt liran.l of Cnllfe scii;araa recclvvj,
IIII.LIAHD saloon rurnbhed with the best
oftable:and bnrsupplled with wines, liiiuor
and clifaM of thi'iui-t brand'.
(Open Day and -Night.)
J. E. PAKKS, Proprietor,
Ohio Levee, bet, tth and Oth street,
CAI ISO, ILLS.
MKAI.S AT ALL HOUK3.
A tine new Dining Hull with every con
yenlenee bus been added to this popular
Itestaurant, and tho guests will Hint every
rciu!slte lor their accomodation.
Till: HILL OF KAItl.
consl-ts nf every substantial and delicacy ol
is supplied with tho
CHOICEST LIQUORS.WINES & CIGARS
CiTMIxcdilrinkBpicparcd with care.
1IKAL KNTATK AUENU1.
0. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (HKCOND FLOOB) OHIO I.IVII,
Bur and Sxll Real Estate,
KUHNISU ABSTRACTS OY TITLK
And pueptra OonTeyanc ofKlndi!
John i. Hanutiu. Chai. Thrupp,
JOHN Q. HARMAN & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
North tor, OtU aniil Oblolrce.
Abstract! of Title, Conveyanclmc mid) a
peelalty, lloal Katato bought aud sold.
EST Taxea l'ald, ytc.