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I'HK CAIKO PAUiY HIJl.liETJN, SUNDAY, JANUARY 11, JB74.
LOCAL "WEATHEIl UEPOllT.
.luuiury t), 10 II ui., I
t!ibu.utr, atjsa Jcifitti.
TUiUiOrnettr, 42 degree.
WluJS. W. Velocity 4 mllti ptilwui.
Mikiluiuio tempenaurt Jor last 21 hotin,
Minimum temperature lor itic latHf hours,
t'rev atltutf wtud for Ut 24 bom a, wel.
Total number of miles traveled by wind
Outing UK'J4 hours, l'.O.
Lb WIN Oakland,
Ubterver Mttual .'ervlce, U. J. A.
N EV A DVKRTISHM 13NTS
iJ Hither , .1). II a si n rT.
STANDING ROOM AT A PP.K Mll'M '
Till QUE IN Ol THE AMEIltl'AH VTA Or,
b'ANNY B. l'RIOE.
Will 14 pru'ented llit Great Comedy of
tti w period, entitlid
KFFI K REMINGTON, The
Itello of Congress Parlon,
lu for Larkt, and up to
everything awful ..Mi. Pkice.
Reserved Satt in Family c Irolo.
.. $1 00
RuvjrveJ t)ete can be procured at 1).
Hartman't, viiTiiour Kxtka Ciiahue.
Doom opHa al 7 o'clock ; Commencing at
b .MAXWKLI. & CO.,
Maniiljcturer- and Dealer In
MACHINE & HUKNIG OILS
Alio Age nli for the
No 7i'.i, North Adam Street,
.St. Louis, Mo.
J ' d.vw -Irii-
Look"" out for fun.
't o le given '))' tlic
AT WASHINGTON HAM.,
MONDAY, JANUARY l'Jlb, ls7l.
TICkL-f ONE IiOI.LAK. ,
Lach llel.et entitL- the li'ililer to a
lunce In tin' ruffle (or a
GOLD I1KADL1) CANK.
Tli-lel for tale at l'ul (!. '.achuh't, K, A
W Uixlrr'i, M..I. McOauley's aud .1. Rur-jt-r's.
L 1-55 Dw (Join, of Arrangements.
CATRO CITY GAS CO.
omo im.iifii or,
Delivered In any part of llie eltv,
Twenty-flvr bushels for TWO DOLLAR.
lU-t-6-lm II. T. UKKUltl.li, Supt.
SAMUHIi P. WHKKLKU,
ATTOKNEY it COUNSELOR AT LAW
omc) over First National ImUk.
WILLIAM .1. ALL UN,
omceover hUi .NUomlliui(i a.io-;im
Ibbli li. wuiucy.
umec: WUUi utrvet, tiutwosii Oouiuer
iUt uuil WUIU''tou nvcuuos.
(1 UK ION & UlLUKKT,
Milan r. Ulli'erl,
JTHptonl kltkDtiou glron la AJmliklty oJ
ruin iaiOI.HVBII.UO0U 7 AMD UiiTU
T. X. KIMUKOUGU,
CARPENTER & BUILDER
lHtH Nirit ud WhkUIuiuu amuc,
juSTAII kluiUol Jolitiui work done ou
.Uurl ooUi'u, uud In tioOUlfiii l.cvtnr.
il jr t III )iui.
T 11 to BULLET IN.
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
Mr. OUJnoy, the colored coniutilo I
tbli city, ii receiving consUerablii t.utl
beu In hit otllolkl ropnclty lu tbe vny ut
Too lUv. ('bkrlct II. Milbert, will of
dr'mte t tli Cbtircli ol Itm lUilootnur tu.
ily t 10 a,ui aud 7j p.m. Tlie itlltjil
ol tbe turmoil t tbe evening iciviuo will
ba ''OoiilpiliK "
Mr.H. Yl(er will toon coiuuihi.ou tbe
(ouiidktlon for it new brick buiUvit buuia
ou liis tod mi Co'jirnorcikl tvende, nvkr
tbe corner of Totilli ttroot. Tbu bjllJlng
will bo a good one,
Though tbu election m a loti way (.11'
candidates for public favor at thu city
ok'ctlim aro at worW. They are, to to
ixaV, ''Luziii rixind among tbe hoyi,"
t r y t u y to Dnd out what their t:hnucei are.
Mciin StrsUKb & Ulnklj, "ropriolort
(i! tbe tobacro warohoiuu aro mtiUnn
preparatiooi fur tbu cOmiuy tobacco tea.
ton. Tlioy are eularging tbvlr warebouro
bulisrlng the foaion Jutt commencing
will bo unuiuallv activv.
A cliariKO v. Ill be aoou n.&Jo in the lo
cution of tbo rending ami bur roomt of the
.St. Cbarlbl liotnl. Thit presuut reading
room will bit con Tur led into bar room
and tbo reading room changed to wburu
tbu bar now i, all of which will bo better
for the hotel, looked til lu whatever light
Ituv. Mr. Tbajer will preach and
admiuUUr the comiuuaiou ut Mound
Olty tbt morning. lUv. Mr. .Mtnton vill
occupy hit pulpit in tbit city at Iho inorii.
Injtutvicti. lu the rtVennn; Mr. Thayer
w ill ' copy hi! own deik and preach upon
the follow 11115 uh''t "(.'uiartim and the
It, JoCn, tathlonablq bout nnd abno
rnaVur. Cork 10U1, Scotch buttomi, aud
tbe latett IruproTeiuenli lu Ibe Hue ot bit
buiiuuii. - Only the but ana moat otic
petofit wcrkuieu eirployeJ, and all work
warraCitd to be llrtlclata in evrry resptr.'t.
Hhup ou Comuicn il avnufl, near corner
l 'J'enlh ttrt-el. 10-7
On latt Sunday night, rhortly after
the lervlckt, the M. K. church al Villa
Kidge, took tiro and wnn burned to tbe
ground. The building wj a new ont, all
llnlthed, but painting the lnrlde, for whkh
work the oil- were then lu the building.
The deitructlon of the building enlaili n
loti of V,S00 on tbe congregation.
The entertainment at tho Athuneum
lH night wa? attended by a very large
and IntllliRBt audience Tho play
"Liong Strike,' was well rendered, and
well received hr the audience. The tamo
may bo said of tho afterpiece. Kor Mon
day evening tbe great comedy entitled
Saratoga" It tho play. Thii play never
faila to attract large audior.coi, and will
doubtlcs do to Monday evening.
Mra. K.Il. Workman olleri her iirv
Icet to tbu ladle of Cniro aod vicinity it
a teacher In tho art of making Wax
I'lowert. Kor terms und ipecimeur, the
relertto lUrclay'j prctcriptlon uruatore,
corner Klghtb ttreet nud Watbington aT
niifl, where ordori for Klowert may alto
be left. Ladlei withlng lcstons will pleats
leave their addreft at tbu ttore or give
notici) through pott oillce drawer No.
253, Cairo, Hit. -Ji t-6-lrn
To-morrow ovcuing tbo Funny Price
troupe will play pjr tho flrst tiuie In thii
city, the great comedy entitled "Stra-
toga." Thii 11 undoubtedly ono of the
moit popular play now on tho American
itage, and wherc-evtr It hat been put up
hat br.d long run and never failed to
draw Immenao houtot. We advieo tboie
of our amuicment-loving people who de
tiro to f eo ik real American play put on
tho tt&ge In lino ttylo, to attjud the Athe-
nuutu to-morrow night.
IVriom wishing to vieit .pringlleld
should not forget the route over tbe Cairo
and Vincunupi and Spriuglieid and South
omtern road. The Cairo and Vinccnnc
train leaving tbit city at 4 a.m. arrives at
Norrii City at 6:ii, making close, connec
tion with tlm train on tbo Springfield and
Southeastern, which arrive in Springfield
at &.S0 tho tame ovonlng. This U bryoud
doubt tho rhortett, qiilckeal ami best route
to the State capital, and deserves the pa
tronage of tho traveling public, 20-H-'it
Tho Mound City 'l'atrot' referring to
tho ongagmont ot the Fnutilo I'rioo troupe
In this city says :
Miss Fanny 11. Price's theatrical troupe
am having a remark'ablu successful season
in Cairo, and they desorvo it all. MIt
l'rice cortalnly suttnliis well all nor purls.
She throws her. wholo sole Into the part
110 is actl ut;. iioiuinir tbu mirror up to
nature, without tho leml'uiaggeruting It.
Alistrricois certainly walkim; toward
tho lop of tho ladder In hor prol'cHiion,
winning new laurels ana won moritnd ap
plnuio on every hand. Among othors of
tho troupo who desorvu spoclal mention
aro Miss Julia Uanchelt, D. llacchatt, U
S. Moldrum, .1. M. Murry, and Mr. and
Mrs, Frank Jlotworth, all sustaining their
parts with groat credit to thoinselvos and
goneral tatisfactiou to their audiences.
This cortalnly is tho best troupo,by fur,thnt
haa visltod Cairo for a number of yours.
Our citizens should not mist (pending one
evoning wiwi,uiis rrico.
While walking down "Washington
nvonuo yostorday wo overheard the ioY
lowing conversation butwoon h couplu of
young ladies :
1st fyoung lady WImjm aro you going
to buy your dry goods to-day?
-M young lady Whay ut Danny', of
Ut young lady And why, "ut lUnny'i
Jd young lady Why, bucauio wo liavo
boon UUlng Tub Uuu.etik hi our bousu
for moro than a your audi hav never
miifiul Uanny's iidvortisomeut I'mni
singm pajior, aim 1 ui sure mat a man
that can utl'ord to advertlto right along
can afloru to give good bargains,
2j young lauy " wny 1 uovor
thought" aud tlioy were out of our hear
ing. Wo publlah this became 11 is u neat
compliment to an energetic dry goods
man, ami not a had pud' for ourcjlvft
and advertising It ptji . and HliLy
vrill tell ycu t.. In tpita cf tba panic hi
has bath i.jinpelleJ t'i tuiploy two mvr
fieik,ttid has ner in tbelttt vf limn
lobe n larger biiilnesn or carrleJ a havler
stock of touJi. And ho nJ veiles all thr
A "p(4UI liicrtliig of Wit city (ouiicil
canrii ny tue ?iu)ui.
Oouncii. Ctuuurn, )
Caiiio, III., January Ia74.
1'ieijnt His honor Mayor Wood ai.d
Aldeaiueti Kortmeyer, MoKwen, Mctlaii
ley, Meyfat', Morris, Nelllf, Itiltenhoutu
and Kobliiton . Mayor Wuud pretid
iiit;. l'bo mayor ttateJ that the object ol tbe
meeting to be lor tbu appointment of a
city Irutturer to tilt tbe vacabcy nnd fur
such otter businets at might be preioulo.l.
The following riwolutlou, u&'ured by Al
dorinan Morris, watadoptui 011 motion of
Aldermau Nellls, vl.',
I'.osoWpiI, That In coDtequencuof a vio
luliiili of tbe provisions ot section l'J of
artlclu 7 of the city charter, tliu ollice ol
City 1 reasuror bo and the an 1110 It hereby
WKW TKKlBt'RSIt T. W. UlbLIDAV
A communication from the securities
of it. A. Cunningham, late treaturer, win
read, rujuettlng that Thot W. Halllday
bu apjiolntcd as city treaturer tu flit the
Tbu mayor thereupon nominated Thus.
W. Halllday lor the ollice of
city treasurer for the un
expired term, en ling April lo, 1371. made
vaotnt by Ibe romoval of It. A. ('nulling
ham. Tbe roll was ctlled and T. W. Hal
ltday elected ai such truiturur, by tho fol
lowing vote Aye Korimuyer, Mc
Kweu, McOauley.Meyer, Morris, Nolliti
Phillip, Uittoiiliou-u and Hohinioti -sj
Tur.ipi ntli'. nasi).
The bond of Thomas W. Halllday, city
treaturer, was pretentod and red, being
in tbo sum of soventy.fjVM thouttnd dol
lar! with lusc AValder, Peter Nun", Rob
ert II. Cunningham, Alfred II. 'at)brd,
(Jeorge 1). Williamson and lUlwrt W.
Miller at ttcuritlet. On motion of Al
derman Meyer tu'td bond was approved.
On motion of Alderman Nellii tbu
council adjonrncd. M. .1. Howlet,
SPKCIAli LOCAL NOTICES.
fonts' Ulovci at Stewart
:::t 1 1
Tux Kuropeau hotel, Har.'y Walker
proprietor, la u,Kn at all hours of tho
night. , ll-7-lm
tTKWjk ut A: Uholton utu thowing an
elegant lino of Oollereltet, Hibbon, Cor-
tett. Kid Gloves, etc 3:! It
All kinds of game constantly on band
at Harry Walker's, Commtrclul avenue
between Seventh aud Eighth atrtots.
1 1 -7-1 11 1
STKWAirr A- (iholson will show a vary
ottractlro lino of New Prints on Monday
morning. ;. ' U
Fox 013 and iteatn tilling go 10 Ken
nie' Vulcan iron works, Commercial
avenue, foot of Ninth ttreet 9-10-tf
For Sai.k. Saw will on 1. C. K. P..
Terms easy. Address
12-diw-Ct T. 11. Fahkks, Ullin, 111.
Foil a good square meal go tu Harry
Walker's restaurant, Commercial avenue
between Seventh aud Klghtb. street, lm
l.AUlti' Gents' aud Childrent' I'ndul-
worn at price to close, at ritewarat A-
Ghol'on's. 513 It
Wanted. A good girl to do goneral
house work. Apply Immediately al cor
ner Walnut and I'wontioth streets.
ai)-10-3t Mks. C. Close.
Ten pounds of brown sugar fur il ; S
pounds best colloo sugar at $1 ; I :ounds
of choico butter at $1 ; UA cents for lard;
imperial tea at $1 ; Potatoos .10 cents per
peck; applos 10 cunts, at Wilcox's block
Stkwakt A Obolton aro otl'uring their
atinrtment uf Flaunols, Hlaiikett, Cassi-
meres, otc, at a sweeping roductiou from
former prices. !l!i It
Notice it hereby given that I will pay
no bills for goods told to auy of tbo em
ployes of Tux Caiko Hullktin, either
or Ihouisolvee or fur tho ueo of tbu office
unlere the tamo aro furnished on an order
tgnod by Mr. Burnett or myself.
ltl-'iO-ly John 11. Oxkhly,
Si uaht A' Uliol.so.v oflor their stock ot
Gents' Hats atj prices to ellect an entire
clearance within sixty days. AV want to
go out of tho hat business. Coinu early
lor bargains gontlemou. 34 11 Ot-
Second-hand clothing, watches, jewolry,
pistols, iVc, bought and sold. Opposite
Cairo aud Vincennet railroad depot.
20-7-tf M. Coyne.
Thd ollice of city treasurer is moved to
tbo comer ot Washington avenue nnd
Eightctinth streot ollice of tliu tho Trus
tees of tliu Cairo City Property.
Tiioh. W. Ualliuay,
Cairo, Jau., 10, 1871. City Treasurer,
Two lialturlus of two Roilors, each '.'4
feet long, ! inch Dram, '1 I t Inch Fluoa
with Qro flouts. Mud and Steam drums
Safety and Mud valves, Chimney and
Hritchiii, all complete and lu ilrat-clasi
order!; been uaed only throe mouths. For
price, etc., inquire ol J. T. Rennik,
n-?:l-tf. Vulcan Iron Works.
1 will sell my housa and lot on Commer
clal avunuo abovo fourth ttruet (lot 3
block 15) at a bargain, Tho house con
taint nine largo rooms, including a largo
bar-room, To any one '.wishing to pur
chase I will tell 011 good toruis aud easy
payujents. Wu. McCohmick.
30 d.tw I in
snd daunlur't for tbe 1 hours ttJIcj at 6
p. 111. urn ocuiuj :
Mainkr V P UraCey, Columbus
" Jim Piak, Paducah
' Arkansas Hello, Kvansvillo
11 Hiram Campbell, Hickman
" Quickstep, Kvansville
" Robert Mitchell, New Orleans
11 II S. Turner, Cincinnati
.lohiiF. Tolle.tit. Louis
" Painter No. Shotwellt
11 Kitty Iligler, Clnclunati.
Steamer P P Uracey, Columbus
" Jim Fik, Paducah
" Hiram Campbell, lllcbiuau
" Arkansas Uelle, Kvantvllto
" Quickstep, KvanTill
" Minnoola, Memphis
" Itobert Mitchell, Cincinnati
H. A. Turner, Now Orleans
" Painter No. Shotwolls
" Kitty Hlgler, Arkancas rivdr.
The Ohio U "booming tbu rise in tbo
Iwonty-four hours ending at six o'clock
last night being 3 feel and i Inches, l.ate
accounts from above report a rise of one
inch In the MWtMppl at St. I.ouls. Musi-
ness wa very dull yesterday. Tho
weather continual warm and plersant.
The John F. Tolle came out drawing 6
fio'; aud it adding freight hero The
Arkantn llclle brought 'JlOOiksof corn
for tbu south, 'J 4 tons of pig iron tor St.
I.ouis and .100 ompty barrels for this city
The Jim Fisk brought 7'-' pieces of
Iron, 21 ska of wheat, CO bl-li of flour, 512
ciopt poultrv, 11 boxes ao
handles, '-'.'1 casks of bacon
The Minneola addod lio tout hora
for Memphis The 11. S. Tumor was
deeply laden aud added nothing The
Kitlytnigler made light additions anu
left with her guards touching the water.
Tbu Painter brought down coal...
The Quickstep btoughl 010 tacks
corn, '20 bblt. wbukv, and 100 bbl:. Hour
Dissolution ok PABTSKitsnu The
co-partnership heretofore oxitting bo
tween us U ibis day dissolved by tuuluil
content; Daniel Miller assumes tbo pay
mont of all debts duo and owing by tbo
llrni ol Smith oc jiiller and alone is
authorirjd to collect whatever is due the
II rm. Daniel Miller,
Cairo, Jan., S, 187-1. Sll-ll-at
The citueus of Cairo and the surround
ing country r hereby notified not to
tell good or mdse to Mra. Spencer, re-
tiding lu Kentucky, opposite Cairo, on
my account, for 1 am Insolvent and the
debts will ii'irr bi paid.
'! -It Ue.nkt Si'K.NI KK.
My cottage and lot between Ninth aud
Tenth on Walnut alroet. This is one of
tho finest cottages lu the city, containing
four good rooms and verandah in front o
house : also, good cistern and out-door
building. Tbo above cottage will be
told for ca'h onlv, but at a good bargain
In.iulro of P. H. Sauk,
89.9-0 1 102 Commercial avenue.
On Seventh ttreet, Cairo, Illinois, one
of the most beautiful homesteads in the
city, consisting of two lota handsomely
enclosed, eel with llowers, overgreont(
shrubbery, Ac , Arc ; a well built and neatly
funislicd cottage containing saven rooms(
cellar, cistern, wood house, wash house
bath housoand coal house, with gars and
uvorv convenience. Apply to
John Q. Harmon A- Co.,
P.eal Estate Agent.'.
January, lb74. !s-3-lui
THE ST. CHARLES HOTEL
The undorsignel having returned the
management of the abovo hotel, trust by
itriot attention to busiuoss, lo the wants
and comforts of their guotti, to merit tho
renewed favor of their old patrons and tbe
traveling public in general.
ThoSaint Charles will al once undergo
a thorough renovation, and bo much im
proved in all its appointments.
Good tamplo rooms aod special rates for
All baggage for guests conveyod tu and
from til's hotel freo of charge.
J Ewn r Wilcox A- Co., Proprietors,
Dn. J. W. llHiauAN treat, all diieacot
that prevail in this climate, but ho will
give special attention tu diseases of the
'bronchial tubes, luugs and their lis
tnes." !lrouch!tlirbronchial and tubercu
lar coiuumptiou and pulmonary apoplexy
troated by inhalation of nobulized fluldv
modicated airs, gaier, vapors nnd powders'
Contumptivet, although your dltcato
ttaudt at the head of all dlieaies, both in
prevalence and fatality, there is liopo for
you yet. Cheer up, Ollice hours from 10
a. 111. until 5! p. m.
J. W. Uriciman, M. D.
OMco and residence, Twelfth street
between Waluul and CoJar, Cairo, 111
P. O. box 82G. Ul-dwlt
AT CortT. naving taken exclusive pot
tostlou of my itoro, to close It out, I of.
fer my enUro stock at wholeealo prices
at wholesale or retail; consisting in part
ot a largo variety of canned fruits, tplcct,
bakine uowdori. sardines, lobsteri, teas
and ovory artlclu usually kept in a first
clats family grocery. Also wooden and
willow ware; a largo assortment of sad
dles and harnosi, bits, bridles, snaps,
brushes, whips, etc., oto. Terms strictly
cash. All pursons indebted to mo aro re
quested to call and sellU: their account.
4w I). Artkr.
Ross has.on hand, ami for sale a large
quantity of oak and hickory wood, cut und
split, und ready for the ttovc. Also all
kinds oi coal which will bo delivered lu auy
partof the citj' on short notice Leave or
ders at coal yard, on Commercial avenue,
opposite Eleventh "Ireul. Hon, C-5lm
SPKOI A Ij NOTICES.
ib inniul meHlog of the ttuckholdeii
thf First Natlouil Bank of Cairo for the
election ol directors, will be held ut tbe of-
e of said bank In Cairo, 011 Tuesday, Jan-
isry 15!, 1&74, between the hours .11 10
jVlock st.iii and 4. o'clock p.m.
Cllte). ('U.N.NINOIIAM, I.Vbler.
Caiko, III,, December 10. 1 37 '. til
The well-known bii.lness aland of Cuitrsd
A Provo, at the nioulli.mf Clearcretk, Alex
ander couuty, Illinois, situated In one of
the Uncut agricultural districts of the Wett,
ud with u well.etablished trade. This will
be found a rare opportunity for an energetic
The premise consl.t of a store '.MXIO feet
a dwellluj or eight rooms, well furnished
and conveniently arranged, good rltteruH
snd all neceiiary oiit.bnlldings, and one
acre of land. Terms liberal. Apply or
Clecarrree l.andlug, lilt.
Uoot aud shoe maker, Twen h street, be
tween WsvKbingtou avenue anil Poplar
street, It prepared to make boot anu shout
In the latent and uion lathlouahle stjloi.
He will make them to order, old or new
stylet to null customer, out of the b uud
l'ro-be.-t htock, of which he always Ihaa'.a
good supply 011 hand from which to luuko
seloelloiH. All Utllug of boots aud rboeH
made by Mr. Khter Is done In hie own iihop
no foreign lilting being ueed by him
Give him u call, and he will give you !!
has his mammoth Instrument thootlng out
Imperial photographs for Christina' preKenU,
at the rate or ouc a minute. lVroin deal
rouii of halnga handsomely painted picture
and purely artistic 111 llnlsh, ihoiild ulve
their orders In reason. Photographs can be
mude on cloudy days equal to those oil Mill-
ihlnlug one. at
owing to the gigantic tky-llgbt, which cau
not be aurpasncd lu
NEW YORK CITY.
Also on huud aline nfortinelit of gold aud
walnut Irame.L All are linltcd to cull ami
examine. 1'ortraiU In oil up to Hie ele and
a'Uarelles ol the klglifH tlnlih, for which
medals have been uwardci'
Gallery 011 Sixth street, between Com
incrclal and Wa-hliigtou aenuc, Cniro,
Illinois. 1J lo tf
I will attend at the following times and
ilncea lu the nrralprcclnct In this county
11 conformity with law. for tho nurnoso
of recel!ng the stato ami county taxes for
meycarisia, asionows, to-wii:
In Unity precinct, at tho houto of WHIIum
Hnlden, Monday January If), 1ST (.
In lbzlcwood precinct, at Dr. Jones' store,
Toledo, Tuesday, .lanusry 20, 1874.
In Clear Creek precinct, at Mnrchlldou &
Culley's store, mouth of creek, Wednes
day, January HI, 1ST t.
In Thebes precinct, at jt o, ltollwlng's
More.TliebeH, Thursday, January 22, 1m74,
In Santa Fe precinct, at W. II. Andcnon'i
ttore, Santa Fc, Friday January 2:1, 1B74.
In noose Island product, at O. Urcenlcy's
store, Uoose Inland, jatuidav, January
In Dog Tooth precinct, at the house of N.
Uuntacker, Tuesday, January 27. Ib7l.
In .South Cairo precinct, at tnc oHlco of J.
(. llarman, Cairo, Wednotdav, January
Jn North Cairo precinct, at tbe court house,
Cairo, Thursday, January 21), 1874.
Section No. Kit of the amended revenue
law of this ttato rvmilrcs that low by tho
collector upon the personal property ot tho
tax uaver bo made for tho non-payment ol
personal taxes on orbelore the lOih day of
.Section So. 177, provider) that all taxes
upon real estate remaining unpaid on tbu
llitli (lav 01 .Muicli ncxi. siiuu nc uecmcu
Tax pajcrs will bear in mind these
change", us tbo l.iw will ho ijoroii'lj en
Tjlc sure to;bring your title papers or
last years tax receipts with you, that uo '.-r-
rors in paving mxea may occur.
Alex. II. Ikvin, Collector.
Caiko, Ills. Dec. 31, 18751. tlaw-til
WliKitEAs Mathcw I). (iuntcr by his :ile
mortgage dated October 7, lb72, and re
corded ill volume of rata mortgages! on
page' 111, lu the Recorder's ollice of Alex
ander county, Illinois, conveyed to tho un
designed the following, to-wlt : A lease
hold estate for tho torm of live (.') years, in
and to lota lx (ii), seven (7) mid eight (8), In
block tlirco (.'!) in tho tlrst uddltion to tho
tit v of Cairo, Illinois, commencing March !,
ISfl, under and by virtue of a certain lea-c
bearlcg date, March !, 1871, executed by S.
Staats Taylor and Edwin Parsons, trustees
of the Cairo City Property to Peter A. Co
nant, and by Bald Peter A. Conant. with the
written consent of said Taylor and ParsonH,
assigned to said Mathuw O. Uuuterou the
."1st of May, 1872, together with ull the Im
provements thereon, belonging to the said
(iuntcr of every kind and nature soever, in
cluding mill fixture", engines, boilers, burs
and other llxtures appertaining and belong
ing to tho mill building thereon situate; to
Hccuro tho payment of u certain promissory
note in saiir mortgage Hpccmeu : inow tin
der tho provisions ot said sale mortgage, de
fault having been made in tbo pin mont of
tec note tlieroln mentioned, the undersigned
will oiler tald property for sale at auction,
to tlie iiignesi muuer, mr casn,
at the court house door, Cairo, Illinois, at 2
o'clock p.m. on SATURDAY Tli 15 24TH
DAY OF JANl'ARY, A. D. 1S74.
IIKNHY 1.. 11ALLIDAV,
Mortgagco and Trustee.
(Iicen A (illbcrt, Atlomevs.
Wheui:a8, Mathow D. Guntcr, bachelor,
by hU sale motgage, dated March l'ltli. 1871,
and recorded ou pngo 07 of book .of deeds
lu tho Recorder's olllco of Alexander
county, Illinois: And, whereas, Mathnw
I). Guntcr and wife by their tale mort
gage dated July 7, 1871, aud recorded ou
pago"4 ot book . of deeds lu the Recorder's
olllco of Alexander county, Illinois, con
veyed to tho undersigned, the following de
scribed lots and property, to-wit : Lot thlr-ty-nlno
(3!i) lu block thirty-two (32) and lot
twenty-oiio (21) in block eighty-two (82), all
In tho llrst addition to tho city ol Cairo Ills.;
Alo 11 loasouold estate for tbe term of ten
(10) yearn, in and to lots sixteen (111) and
seventeen (17), in block sixteen (10) in the
llrst ".(billion lo the city of Cairo, Illinois,
commencing Doccmber 0, 1470, under ami
by virtuo of a certain leasn bearing date
DecemborB, 1870, executed by W. O. and
It, C. Johns, trustees for Wm. Martin,
to tho said MuthowD. Guntcr, together with
all and singular tho buildings and Improve
ments or every kind or unturo soever
situate on said lots, sixteen (10) aud seven
teen (17) belonging to tald Hunter, to-wit:
0110 dwelling house, ono stoic and dwelling
house, 0110 mill building with mill fixtures,
engine, boilers, burs uud other fixtures ap
pertaining and belonging thereto, to tccuro
tho payment of certain promissory notes In
said two mortgages specified : Now, under
tho provisions ol both of lulil salu mortgages
default bavfug been maUo In the payment
ol tho notes In them mentioned, tliu under
signed will oiler said property mr sale, at
auction, lo tho highest bidder, lor cash, at
Iho court house door. Cairo, Illinois, ut 2
o'clock p.m. on SATURDAY, THE 21TII
DAY OF JANUARY, A. 1). 1874.
llENKV L. llAI.MIUY,
.Mortgagee ami Trustee
Green As Gilbert, Attorneys.
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE
Happy relief lor young men irom tne c.
feels ot errors uml abuses In early life. Man
hood restored. Impediments to marriage
removed. New method of trealment. Now
aud remarkablo remedies. Rooks and clr
julars scut free, lu tculod envelopes. Ad
dress, Howurd Association, No, 2 South
Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa. an iuttltu
llou having u high reputation for honorable
conduct and profoslousl skill. 102l dXw3ia
I t iinrs Liar.
Brlttoc, Maie Burnngton, Mrs A M
Brown, Mist llulla llcehurt, MistConUy
Rati. S. E. Clement Mra. Josn'a
Crowley.Miss Dibbia Campbell. Mis ii
Uonnier, Airs r. .1 uuuiap, rritciiier
Fitzgerald, Mary natier, 55 1st Nellie
Friffln, Phllllt, Helms, Mary Alice
Uoulehau Mrt Mar- Harrlion, Mrs L:
HowarH, Mrs N. Hall, Saran
Hill, Mary Hill, J.ydla
Hunt. Sarah, Klrby, Rachel
Martball, Emma Mclean McLean
Parker.M rt.FU recce Powera Miss Flora
Btockley, Sarah 0 Sandert, Nancy
Allstor, H P.
Hlanchard, II S-3
Ilonnor, John (J
liryan, Robert A
Clark, C S
Delaplaine, W P
Hlpolite, W W
J hnaon, Joslu
Keller, .fas K
Mlllor, J K
Maeeo. R M
Uvard, IS F
Clay, Guo, L
Crawford, K S
Coop or, Wm
Dawson, W H
Franklin, C W
Gutton, llarlon D
Dayman, J II
liamblln. J M
lohnson, F P
Mclloo, V 11
Parker, O 11
Parker, Joseph M
Patrick. Thomat M Ron. Daniel
Steele, Rob Sctmmel, iv 0 11
Slyte, Chrlc9 Slator, John
Shepard, W O Tin'r-I, Fred
Wolf. Chritt Williamt, u 11
Wallzor, W II
Geo. "W. McKealp, Postmaster.
The barber tbop is on tho corner of
Eighth ttroet and Commercial avenue
where J. Georga Sttonbouia wltk hit gn
tlemanly assistants can be found at any
hour of tho day or night, readv to tooth
your feellogt with a tmooth shave, or cool
your lomper and head with a good sham
poo. It it a Srit-cU'i shop, and you are
ture of receiving lirtt-clait treatment.
Ladiea' aud chlldren'i hair cut or curlad
after the mutt approved styles. 8-lfj-tf
Extract From The Pod. Dr. Prlco'
Vanilla Flavor is extractud from the Vni
nilla pod, obtained from Vera Crux and
Oaxaca, Mexico. This popular flavor at
made by-Dr. Price embodlos all of the
dallcaU aroma of this agreeable fruit and
is free from tho strong, rank taste, of those
oxtracts in the market sold as Vanilla,
which aromtdo from tbo cheap Tonqua or
Scufl' Roan. If tomothing puro and nice
is wanted to flavor cakes, pies or puddings,
get Dr. Prlce'd Special Flavorings, which
are equal to lilt uoted Cream Ilaklng
So.METiii.sa New. 1 have improved
and perfected a now process by which tbe
Ferrotype is brought out equal tn the belt
Photographs, and mora durable. Copies
from paintings and ongravings mudo fully
equal to the original in appearance, the
lights and shades brought out with ro
niarkahla appearance, so that nothing
surpasses the beauty and natural expres
sion uf tho picture. And in fact any old
pictures, copied by this process to at to
look at well or better than the original
picture. Thoso having old picture or
choice paintings or engravings for pres
ents, cannot do better than avail them
o.vcs of this remarkable improvement.
J. J. Thomas, Photographer,
Corner of Eighth street and Commercial
trim ! tii.it i si, Use.
OITY NATIONAL RAWK, CAIRO
A. B. SAr KOR1), President;
II. UYSLOP, Soorutory and Treasurer
l. U, OcasisisaAii,
Pavl O. tfewm,
Ii. V, UAI4.1DAT,
4. as. 1 niLuri,
Deposit ol may ADiotmt Beetvedftass
Test VvmtM Upwards.
J STUB BIT paid on deposits at tba rati, ot six
I'crooat. peraanum, Muob lit and Hapum
r 1st, lotrtreat not withdrawn Is added lutms
dlaUl; to tbe pnnaipal of tbe deposits, Ihtrebr
gWla thsm uompouDd latsrsat.
MAHJUUl WOMIJt AMD OUILUBIN MAY
to that so oxa sua oam usaw it,
Open very bualnsia day from a.m. to I p.m.,
staa Daiuraar mjur.oM n
only, from t to s 0 olouk.
lor HAVING DKKOem
THE CITY NATIONAL
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1 M.I mm 1 a
Wi I. UALLIDAY, KnM.il
UKisur L. UALLIUAY, Viuo-Prstliliai
A. . UAKh OUD, (Jubltr i
WALTER HTdLOl', Asalsila Oiwlilar-
HtAATI '1'ATIOB, HlllST B. UVSMINOaitl,
Hssav L. llAiiiUAt, W. r. iUiuiiiv,
Geo. b. WiuJiitsoh, Utsvusji Ulau
A. U. HAitoan.
llaoltiisMr, Coin asi4 liatltfsl HlittfS
BoatU Httustti nnd Hold.
UKPCWITU rsoolsod, aad a aiasral banktoi
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
R. W. Milieu, President.
J. M. Pin likh, Vice-President.
CUAH, CUNNIMUUAM, Coihior.
OOLLKOTIONS PMOMPTLY U.vDh
EXOakUt, uola, Usk uol. aad Ueit.
Btatss souurit'ss teusht suJ Mi.
iBIercaf Allows" n llssisi IrjMiai
AND ITS CURE
Victims or this awful ilissats are found lu
every neighborhood, In almott every bouse.
rui iiicui mm tor ineir menus, we nave
tidings of good cheer and hope tt an.
nouuecment ot most important discovers-,
lirmly based upon common sens and rea
son, by which tbe terrlblo malady l post,
thely controlled, and its vlstimt are pertua-
iu-mi; ic-ioreu 10 ueaun.
CAKBOLATED COD LIVKR OIL
Is not a secret of empirical nostrum; It Is a
happy combination of two remedlei known
to physicians everywhere as the best means
ol combating consumpt on. This" combina
tion la Mr. Wlllson's dlscCftry and it
founded upon the following
SOVXD HEA80N1.NO :
Consumption Is decay. Soothing, efBtct
orant remedies are only UMtul at) palliatives,
they do not reach the cause they Uo not stop
the decay. Tonlo medicines strength tn Ue
lilt forces am! prolong the battle, but the
decay goes steadily on, and sooner or later
the victim mutt yield. Climatic changes are
sometimes good, hut they seldom wholly
cure. In shoit, the llrst thing to be done Is
to stop tuedec av; then apply the restora
tive, tonic and strength giving treatment.
Think it moment. Tbj lungs are decaying
tubercles, ulcerations, cavities aud depos.
dilation carries this poison all over the body.
Waiting, loi of appetite, enervation, night
sweats, und all the terrible symptoms up.
pear; Is It worth while to doctor the symp
tom, which arc merely the results, while
tho decay, which is the cause, it eating up
the life aprlnps I
These two things aro well known by the
best physicians :
1. Catholic acid positively arrests decay.
It is the most powerful antlseptiu in the
known world, even lad bodies are pre.
served by It. Entering Into the circitUUou
it at once grapples with corruption, and
decay ceases. It purifies Use source ol dis
ease. 2. Cod Liver Oil Is nature's best assistant
In resisting consumption. It Is at once a
food, a toulc, a purifier, a healer. It braces
up and supplies the vital forces, feeds the
wasted system, and enables nature to recalu
her tootbold. For these purpose! nothing
can compare with Cod Liver Oil. This the
CAKBOLATED COD LIVER OIL
A described lully In the Inventor's circular,
which will be mailed, upon application, to
We cannot aford space to tell the whole
story hero, or to give tbe numerous certlu
cates Irom eminent physicians and well
known citizens testify ing to the absolutely
wonderful results flowing from this great
discovery. Suffice it to ssy.it Is curing thou
sands who supposed themselves to be at
Wilson's Carbolatcd Oil It scientifically
prepared with the purest carbolic acid, to
combined as to be entirely harmless, with
Sweet Norwegian Cod Liver oil
From the celebrated flsuerlee at Aaleeund
(Norway), pronounced by physicians the
most delicate, efficient cod liver oil is the
It Is easily taken, toUratsdby the weakest
stomachs, digests readily, never becomes
rancid, and Is almost entirely free from the
usual tllsagreeujlo characteristics of cud
For every use of cod liver oil Mr.Wlileou's
discovery is or tne greatest value.
ror me saie internal administration 01
carbolic acid Mr. Wlllson's method of com
bining (t with cud liver oil Is absolutely nec
CAKBOLATED COD LIVER OIL
Is a specific and radical cure for
O O 2ST S XT 2& PT I O 3ST
AND SCROFULOUS DISEASES.
Remember the name, 'Wlllson's Carbo
lated Cod Liver Oil." It comes In large
wedge-shaped bottles, bearing the inven
tor's signature, and Is sold by the best drug
gists. Prepared by J. II. Wlllson,8.1Johnst., N. Y
mold nr ALL DRUGOI8TH.
RiciiArtDsoM & Co., St. Louis, Wholesale
ntiHLliUT&KlsALl,Chleaio. f AkoiiIn.
4th CrjjA.VD Gtivr Concf.rt
For tho beuerlt of the
PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KY.
OVKK A MILLION IN HANK.
Success .Assured !
A FULL DRAWING CKRTA1N
ON TUESDAY,31stof MARCH NEXT.
IN order to meet the general wish-and
expectation of the public and ticket hold
ers for the full payment or the magnificent
gifts, announced for the Fourth Grand Gin
Concert of tho Public Library of Kentucky.
Iho management have determined to tiost.
pone tho Concert and Drawing until
TUESDAY, tho 31st of March 1874.
Thoy havo already realized
OV15RA MILLION DOLLARS
And have a great mauy agents yet to bear
No doubt Is entertained of the sale 01
every ticket before the drawing, but
wnetuer ail arc sold or not tne drawing will
positively and unequivocally take place ou
tho day now Used, and If any remain un
sold they will be cancelled and the prizes
will be reduced In proportion to the unsold
Only 00,000 tickets havo been Issued, aud
12,000 CASH Q-irTS.
wilt be distributed atnoug the ticket bold,
The tickets are printed in coupons of
tenths, ami ull fractional puts will be repre
sented lu tlie drawiug just as whole tickets
LIST Or OIKTS.
Oue Grand Caih Gift iii) 00.
One Grand Cash Gilt lnO 000
One Grand Cash Gift N) Ooil
Ono G rand Cash Gift .....,..... . ; 000
Oao Grand Cash Gift 17 Mo
10 Cash Gifts 10.000 each ..
;iu casn tints o,uuo eacn. .
M Caab Gilts
1 00x1 each, . ,.
fiooeach. . ,.
400 each . . ..
200 each. .. ..
100 each . . ..
'M each . . . .
1(H) Cash Gifts
IX) Cash Gifts
210 Cosh Gifts
.125 Jah Gilts
11,000 C'ash Gilts
Total, 12,000 Gifts all Cash, amount
ing to ,,- ft raid 000
1 ho chancos for a Gilt are as oue to live.
WICK or TICKSTi.
Whole tickets ...
Tenths, or suehcotipon
It Wholo Uekct ror . .r
2'H Tickets lor .
tl.'l Wholo tickets fur
-7 WIiaIa tlMrtlf.r
...vtv HiMviiiu, - ,V,VW W.
No dlsonnnt on lets tliun .Vio wnrth l
Tho Fourth Gift concort will be conducted
lu ull respects, Uke tho three that have al
ready been Klven, and lull pai-Uculai-s may
he learned Irom circulars which will be .nt
rrce trum this orllee to all who apply lor
Orders for tickets and applications for
agencies will bo attended to In the ordnr
tliny are received, and It Is hoped they will
bo tout In promptly, that there may be uo
disapolnlmeut or delay in filling all. Lib.
eral terms ore given to those who buy to sell
ugalti. All agents are pretaptVrlilly ro
quired to settle up their socouxits ami it
turn all unsold tickets by laa Wtt day tr
March. THOS. Ai. JtKAMUCrriC,
Agent Public Library, Ky., and Masitrer ot
tllft Concert, J'nbli!! Library NndiDf,
LoultHlle, Ky, - 7