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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, 1874.
LOCAL WKATHKR RRrOHX.
ORSBKVBR'll OWCE, C'AlllO, llll., I
January 17, 10:11 p.m., 1371. (
Barometer, BO: 12 degree.
Thermometer, 4.1 degrees.
Wind .S. K. Velocity lUtullei per hour.
Maximum temperature lor lut St houri,
aualtanm temperature for the last24 hour,
Prevailing wind for lut '24 hour, lutith.
ToUl number of miles traveled by wind
during Uet 24 hours, 1 IM.
Observer Signal Service, U. (4. A.
Ull HTATB MIUVI,
0. WINSTON & UO.,
R1SAL ESTATE AGENTS
14 (SBOOBD BLOOB) OHIO LBVBB,
Umr and 3ill Rial Kstati,
VUENISH ABSTRACTS OP TITLE
WILLIAM J. ALLEN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OtBoeover first National Unit. B-ltmrn
HAMUrTL P. WHKKLKH,
ATTORNEY k COUNSELOR AT LAW
Office over Klr.t Natioual beak. S-USm
Joan U. Mulkey. Wlllam C.:sulkey
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Offiee: Eighth street, between Comnur
Aal aad Waahln-ton avenues.
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
ViniaasB nUben, V CAIRO, 1U.UI0I9.
Mites r.tMIWt, J
peoiel uuitioa irtree le Alalrtllr aad
vvma oBto lb tbb, boohs 1 An ovbb
B. F. PARKER,
(UUccesaor to 1'arker A.Maks.)
PAINTS AND OILS
tea lb Ubrela lUnmtaalla
bihW toiLuma oo llTS-tr. com
CAIRO AND PA DUG AH
I fa ttUs4l lUwtl
J AS. FISK,
Uiuk fowLBn, Captain
Lsaves Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted) at
p.m For freight or passage apply on boat
or to Jas. Malloht, Air!.
K. M. STOUKFLKTH,
Rectifier tml Wholesale Dealer In
IOBM4.9I A?SI MOM Kit It)
LIQUORS AND WINES
NO. 62 OHIO LEV EE,
ira.l C3IBO. ILL1NO.
Centaur Llnlineu .
The great discovery of tbe
Aire. There lino nalll Which
the Centaur Llnlinent will not
relievo, do awolllns which it
wlllnot subdue, and no lame
ami which It will not cure
1 -ihi.ij itrong langnave, but
tantrttB thorecinels printed around
each bottle. A cltoular containing certtfi.
caUi of wondaHul curct ot rboumatlim
neuralgia, lock-jaw? spralii", swellings,
burni. acitldi. caked-breutte, poliououi
blte, ffoen leet, gout, jalt rheum, jar-acho
o., and tbe recipe ot tbe Liniment will bo
on( gratia to anyone. It is tbe moit won
dorful healing aud pain rellcvlcs; egont tbe
world baiCTerproduced. It aelltt uino ar
ticle ever hwfnra did Bell, and It lelllbecaUHa
it doei Just what It pretendH to do. One bot
tle ol the Centaur Liniment (or anlmale
T.llntr wraimer ia worth a hundred dol.
iari lor ipavlned, etralned or galled lionet
ana nittJef, ana for ictow-wufiu ia eoeen.
No famUr or itockowner cau afford to be
aegr bottles, II. J. O. Uoie A Co., 68
Broadway, New York.
CAST01UA it more tnan a substitute tor
Castor Oil. It ii the only turn article In
xUtane wbiob Is tur to ragulato tho bow.
le, our wlndcolle and produce natural
Veep. It iiplaaitnt to take. CUIldrennied
;,crr anu luuiwiiMur ioi. iv-i W17
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
Ol'uiit to be abolished the wooden
awnlngi that orerhang the tidewalki In
almost erery quarter of the city.
Tut Lady Leo yesterday brought tu
this city 971 bales of cotton to bo resha
ped it per Cairo and Vlncennei mil
road. Pon Ite.NT. On Commercial amiue
one largo room furnished or unfurnished
suitable fur stooping room fur gentleman
and wifo or two gontlemen. Apply at
Bullktix ofilco. r.r.-i.n-ltn
Col. K. I). Faosr, superintendent of
the Mississippi Central railroad, and
Capt. Jack Orauimer, superintendent of
tbo Bransville packet line, were registered
at the St. Charles hotel yesterday.
Til following named persons were at
the .St. Charles hotel yesterday: I) C
Cox and J W Uausman, Pittsburg; J
Pemberton, Alabama; Prank Craft, Cin
cinnati; W .1 Ulesecke and II P Prathor,
Hi Lrule; Tbot Ilutchlnson, Chicago;
Phil Waum and .1 H SUyton, Hprlngfleld,
The parlor concertatthoresider.ee of
M. 1. Gilbert, Va., last nigbl, was at
tended by large numbr ot ladle and
gentlener The muiio and reading was
excellent, and the ditplay of wax works
created much moriaient. Tbe line and
place fur holding the next cuncert will bo
made known in due time.
Tickitn are now for sale at the atiico ol
the Cairo, Arkansas and Texas railroad la
Winter's block, for all points in Texas vis.
Galveston, Houston, Austin, Dallis, .lef
ferson and all other promlnet points In
that state. This is tbe shortest and quick,
est route to the places above mentioned.
For further information inquire at the U.
A. and T. ticket office. 01 I-JS-tf
Itom. Butcucd, New York ; 11 Tur
ney, New Orleans ; S R Turner, Haiti
more; C II Kubn, Evansville ; Paul
Jones, New Orleans; W 11 Swank,
Thompson's landing, Missouri; ilenton
Aiken, Thomas Fountains, Joel Cook and
F Mack, New Madrid, Missouri ; O A
Echols, Mississippi Central rallroid, weia
at tho Dolmooico yesterday.
The man Johnny Uowman, arrested on
Wednetday afternoon by Chief McllaU
represented himself a agent of a min
strel troupe, and In order to get rooms at
the St. Charles entered into negotiations
with Mr. Wilcox for board for "bit com
Dany ; " but mistrusting that Iiownan was
not all right, Mr. Wilcox refused to have
anything to do with him. Bowman then
sought the Arlington house, and what he
did tnero has already been stated. Bow
man will shortly j"ln his "company" at
Mi'ssv. Hoax ATsume, 712 "Washing
ton avenue, wholesale and retail dealers
In all kinds of candes and confestions, in
vite attention to their establishment. This
is a new enterprise in Cairo, an enter
prise that must, if properly conducted,
prove a most profitable one. Both part
ners in tjio establishment are practicable
candy makers, and havo a thorough un
derstanding of the business. They will
manufacture nothing but tbe purest of
candy and confectionery, aud to prove
this will cheerfully exhibit the vioditi by
which their candy is made. Grocerymen
and all othurs who deal in candies and
confections are invited to call upon Messrs.
Rose it Temme before sending to other
cities for their supplies of goods in this
line. This it a hom institution and de
sorves to bo well patronized. See their
advertisement in another column.
Tub CoVRiD. Besides the arguing of
a few motiont and demurort, nothing of
importance transpired in the circuit court
yettorday forenoon. Owing to tbe Indls-
position of Judge Baker there wat no
court held in the alternoop.
County Court. In the county court the
following business wat transacted : The
people vt. Martin Reed; term of imprison
ment having expired the court ordered
that he be discharged from cuttody. Same
vt. Thomas Smith and John Cur-
ran ; larceny ; iiencli warrants
Issued and defendants in court ;
nolt pvou entered by tbe county attorney.
Samo vs. John McGrath, larceny.
Cause tried by tho court and defendant
adjudged not guilty, aud tbereforo dis
charged. Tbe following probate business wat dis
posed of; Kttateof Davldton H. Morgan,
deceased ; W. II. Atherton, administrator,
final ropoit; continued to next term. Es
tate ot Miller llentley, deceased; ap
praisement bill approved and ordered re
corded. Retibon Smith vs. estate ef Fred
Blankouberg, deceased; assumpsit;
damages f 145 00 ; cause let
for this morning at nlno o'olock.
Guardianship of Lucinda aud Henry
Davis, minor children of John Pat it, de
ceased ; report approved and ordored re
corded. Guardianship of Isaac K. and
Marth A. Loo, minor heirs of Robert Lee,
deceased ; roport opproved and ordered
rocorded. Uuardiansblp ot Robert P.
Austin, miuor heir of Hiram J. Austin,
deceased ; report approved aud ordered
recorded ; and also further ordered thst
laid guardian bo discharged from all fur
ther liabilities. Stratton and Bird vi. es.
tate of Fred Blankenbtrg, deceased ; as
tuuipsit; demand til 18; correctness of
claim admitted, and judgment renderd,to
be of seventh elan claim.
Guardianship of Samuel T. Huff, minor
hulr of Isaiah Huff, deceased; petition for
letters ef guardianship ; Samuel Walter,
guardian. Petition approved, and ordered
that said Walter ba required to tile a bond
in the sum of $300 00. Trustees of school
township sixteen in south rango two west,
of Alexander county, Illinois, vi. Wm, M,
Atherton, administrator of the estate of
Davidson H, Morgan, deceased ; anump.
tit; claim $26 80, Petition approved and
judgment rendored agtlnst said estate in
the sum olcjiued Id favor of plaintiff, to be
of fourtb olaii olalcn.
Whereupon eouit adjouruod until f
o'elook this morning.
MOUND CITY ITEMS.
(Corrni-ondeuce UitRo rttatBtiK.
S'elten Yocum, of St. Louts,spent three
days horo on business.
The steamer Ashlioid roosts on the
The Woolworth Ilandlo workt are
making eight hours tlmf .
Tho Cache mill it running full blast
with Ijountbury at the head and Dyer as
for assistant. The brrel factory rum
day and night.
Capt. AVm. llambteton when last
heard from was In "Washington, His busi
ness thero has no connection whatever
with tho chief Juittceju';), for Casey de
clines having his name handod in.
Tuosdiy night the Oermania Club tall
and festival wat well attended and tho
Concordit club'' of Cairo delighted ev
erybody with their tpendid vocal music.
Max Roller and Paul Schuh were Im
mense. It it hoped that tho "Concordia"
(I think tbe name it correct!, will como
again and glvo a full concert. Tbe fes
tivillus lasted untill the wee small hours,
when all parted fooling woll pleased.
The " Egyptian Oaoral Society "
played the Spirit of '7t3 on Wednesday
and Saturday nights, and were greeted
with a full houso on each night. Tho
Cairo pooplo came on a special train, met
a warm welcome and returned home all
satisfied with the trip. W. U. Morris ap
peared in the play, alto gavo a seloct road
log. Ho hai established blmsolf at a uni
versal favorite here, and will always re
ceive a cordial reception.
" iiiisb's vocr mule."
I notice late dispatches from Washing
ton indicate that a committee in Congress
have been worrying Secretary Robeson
about the paltry sum of five million dol
lars expended during the flurry with
Cuba. Robeson evidently felt the hour
for retrenchment had como, and, looking
westward, he took a doublo reef in hit jib
top tail, and soon after, the following or
der appeared in our newspaper:
Will be sold at tbe naval station, Mound
City, Ills., one horse mule, 16 handt hlgh,
about four years old, well broke tn saddle
and harness. To bo told January 10th at
12 m. By order Chief of Bureau of Yards
The mule was sold and brought one hun
dred and twenty dollars. Now let that
meddling tommittee "dry up," or Robeson
will sell the flag staff and American en
si-n, which Is about all '.but is loft at khe
naval station, Mound City, Ills.
I'iiicx Cubkxxt On icx,
Thur-iiat Eve., Jan. 22, 1874.
The weather to-day has been very soft
and unfavorable for buslneii. The rain
has fallen without intermission since
twelvo o'clock last night and no outslae
or levee buiinoss has bean transacted, at
It wai ftlmoit ImnnuUila to unload or
handle hay or grain of any kind.
The general features of tbe market are
unchanged. Corn it scarce and Arm with
prices tbe same fur mixed or white
and if anything a shado better. Oats are
less active and mere plenty with a dispo
sition to weaken. Flour Is vory quiet,
and common hay is without buyers; strict
ly choice is in demand and we would rec
ommend only shipments of tbe best
grades. Freights aro 1 toady and un
changed. Bt7Correspondents should bear In mind
that our quotations represent prices for
round lots from first handt, unlest other
wise stated, and that in filling small or
ders higher prices must be paid.-"Bs
FLOUR. Stocks are large and we note
very llttlo movement. There is no specu
lative demand and but few large orders
como in. Prices are unohanged. Sales
embrace 100 bbls XXX at 7 00 ; 50 bbls
XXIX 7 SO; 3 carloads varioui grades
6 60t 00; 100 bblt XXX fl 75; 500
bbls various grados 6 0C3 76; 100 bbls
XXX 0 75, 100 bids XX 0 50; 100 bbls
wlntor XXX 7 50; 200 bblt various grades
4 70(59 00 ; 100 bblt XX C 10 ; 200 bbls
XXX 7 00; 200 bblt various grades 5 50
HA Strictly choice timothy in bales
is scarce and wanted; there wai nono In
market to-day. "Ullt edge" would find
ready tale at good prlcos. Common and
low grade hay ii plenty, with no demand.
Our report of sales coniisti of 3 can com
mon mixed del at 12 00 ; 2 cart choice
mixed del 14 00; 3 can good mixed
12 00; 3 can prairie 11 00 12 -00.
CORN There is a fair order demand
for both whito and mixed. Buyers make
no difference in prlcos in tbe two grades
The supply on the markot is limited ; re
ceipts aro light and prices "till". We note
ealos of 1 car mixed in sacks, del 6G0 ; 6
cars white and mixed sacked and del C8c;
8 cars whito 676; 3 can white and
mixtd on track o859c and 1000 sacks of
whito del 67o
OATS The demand has fallen on" and
It confined to tho order trade. Receipt!
are fair and the market it well supplied.
Pricei bold firm at previous quotations on
mixed but holders show a disposition to
shade white. Salts since last report were
1 car white in sacks del 63 ; G cars north
ern mixed in taoks del 5253c; 5 can do
do in bulk on track 46I7o; Scat Ceu
tral Illiuois mixed in bulk on track I5o
3 can mixed Southern Illinois in sacks
CORN MEAL Tho supply is limited,
and holders are'flrm at 3 00 for steam
dried guaranteed. We note sales of 100
bbls stoam dried 2 90; 100 bbli do not
guaranteed 00; 100 bbls guaranteed
3 00; 100 bblt do it 00; 600 bbls City Meal
in lots 3 103 25.
BRAN In moderate request at 10 per
BUTTER Choice butter ii very scaroe.
none comes in and the market U bare.
Should tbo weather get coll cboico'nortb
rn would bold firm at 30c, Choice South
ern Illinois find ready sale an 25c. Salei
bava bees Hailtel by lack of suppliss.
Our reporti embrace 800kcholce North
ern roll 30e; 400 common r'autborn lllln.
oil roll Ur30c; 500 ebole Southern lllln.
oil roll 25o.
EGOS The market Is overstocked and
vr7 dull. Uoldors have bisn fira at 20:
but sales have b-n slow. Th4 market
woakened to-day and sellers were willing
to take 17 and evon 15c to effect sales.
Hales reported were 100 dozen at 20o ; 200
do.en at 15c and 150 dozen at 17c.
CIIIOKEN'S-Thls soft weather Is any
thing but favorable to droned poultry.but
rocolpts have boen light and Ultra ii no
supplies. A fow dozen told at prices
ranging from 2 00 to 3 00 per dozen.
TURKEYS The remarks on dressed
chickens apply tu dresned turleyi ; should
the weather change cold, the poultry
market will be active. Sties of drtned
turkeys wero at 10tlc per pound.
APPLES Receipts continue small,
and demand good, with Stales of common
4 00 and choice 6 506 00 per bbl.
l'ROVISIONS-Thoro ii a fair degree
of activity displayed in dry tall meats of
all kinds, with transactions at prices
quoted in our last iisue.
OHKESE-Cream 14c; New York fae
LIMB 1 251 50 Vhbl.
CEMENT 2 002 60 bbl.
COAL OIL-208 V gal.
GUNNIES Re-iewed 24 bushels 13c :
3 bushels 20s,
BYRUPS-Cholce 60cf3.il ner gallon:
New Orleans "Sf&sOc.
PLASTERING HAIR 35c oar
BURLAPS 2j butbelt cum, !J cz
l.'.jc; do 10 oz lc; 4 bushels oit 20c; 0
bushels He; 6 buibnlt 22c.
BEESWAX 1 lb 30c.
SOAP Shaeffer't Gorman mottled. 71c
Chanpaign soap, 7Jc.
TALLOW f !b5oc.
COFFEE Java 4042e ; Laguayra
34r,'r.i5:: Rio prime to choice C2S.16c.
x iiBiuux cotton, compressod to
New York, 85c! to Boston, il. Uncom
pressed, to New York, 91 It; to Boston
To Now Orleans and VKksburg:
Potatoes, apples, etc, 30c; pound
frelchtt lSc'cwtj bay $5 por ton; Pork
45c $ bbl; tobacco 14; cotton $1. To Mem
phis, flour, etc., 25c par bbl; pou-d freight
12 J c cwt; hay f 4 per ton.
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN.
Hot-ted windows, with or without
glass. Enquire corner Thirteenth and
Walnut streets. 43-15-2w
Second-hand clothing, watches, jewelry,
plstoli, dec, bought and told. Opposite
Cairo and Vincennos railroad depot.
20-7-tf M. Coy.vb.
Tbe socond and last term will commenco
on Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock, Febru
ary 7th, corner Tenth street and Wash
inton avenue. G. C. Bodeh, Teacher.
NOTICE TO DRAYMEN.
All draymen are hereby notified not to
take any of my freight from any depot or
wbarfboat unless by my written order
Without ;tbat l will not pay either the
freight or drayage. A. Swoiioda.
Cairo, January 22, 1874. 58-Ct
All clnliiis ncalnst R. A. Cunningham
must be proented to me for adjustment
on or before Monday, January 2ilth at 10
o'clock am. There will be a meeting of
tbe creditors at that hour at tbo utllce of
U2 l-'JU-n: Z. D. MATHUiS.
Notice is horeby given that my
wife, Mrs. Jas. FInloy, having,
without cause or provocation, left my bed
and board, that I will not be responsible
for any debts she may contract in my
name. Jas. Finlet.
Cairo, January 22, 1873. 60-22-.1t
Two Batteries of two Boilers, each 24
feet long, J2 inch Dram, 2 14 inch Fluet
with tire fronts. Mud and Stoam drums
Safety and Mud valves, Chimney and
Britcbin, all coinpleto and in Urst-claas
order?; been uted only three months. For
price, etc., inquire of J. T. Renmie,
9-23-tf. Vulcan Iron Works,
I will fell my house and lot on Commer
cial avunuo above Fourth street (lot 3
block 15) at a bargain. The home con
tains nine largo rooms, including a large
bar-room. To any ono .wishing to pur
chase 1 will tell on good termi and eaty
payments. W11. McCormick.
30 d&w lm
On Sevonth street, Cairo, Illinois, one
of tho most beautitul homesteads in the
city, consisting of two lots handsomely
unclosed, tot with flowers, evergreeni,
shrubbery, Ac, Ac ; a well built and neatly
funishod cottago containing tovsn rooms,
collar, clitorn, wood house, wash house,
bath bouse"nd coal bouse, with ga'B and
every convenience. Apply to
John Q. Harmon & Co.,
Roal Estate Agents.
January, 1874. 8-3.1m
LADIES AMI) KVBRTHODT 1
Attention It called to tbo groat sale of
tho ontiro atook of R. II, Cunnlngbam't
dry goods at 101 Commercial avenue
O ver four thousand dollars worth or desir
ablo goods, consisting of domestics, cali
coes, silks, trimmings, gloves, hosiery, lin.
ens, shawls, Coat's ipool thread, otc. Tbe
untiro geodi will bo sold without reserve.
Sale to commence Monday, January l'Jtb,
and continuing from day to day until tbe
ontiro stock it closed out.
Dan Harthan, Auctioneer.
WOULD NEVER USE THEM.
If parsons were aware of tbe injurious
character of most Baking Powders now
for tale in every town iu our country
they would never uso tbom. A baking
powder to be good and wholesome cannot
be made by ignorant ptrtoni, who know
no more about the chemical combinations
necessary for such results than a school,
boy. Tbo only good Bakl ng Powder pre.
pared by caretul manipulation from pun
materials is Dr. Prlct's Cream, not a gralu
of tub-stance in It not found in the sys
tem. And for hit Special Flavorlog Ex.
tracts, we have only to tay that they are
tbe flout, puniit, end belt to be found in
this or uy other couulry. Jan2ldftw1w
SPECIAL LOCAL NOTICES.
Thb Kuropian hotel, Harry Walker
proprietor, !a o,on at alt hours of the
Fob oas and steam tilting go to Ren
nie's Vulcan iron works, Commercial
avenue, foot of Ninth itreot 9-10-tf
For a eood tnuaro meal eo to Uarrv
Walker's restaurant. Commercial avonuo
between Sovcntb aud Eighth street. 1m
All kinds of came constantly on hand
at Harry Walker's, Commercial avenue
between Seventh and Eighth streets.
For Rknt. A cottage house with four
good rooms, cistern, etc, titunted on
Twenty-ninth street near Commercial
avenue. Innuiro of A. Susanka,
41-1-15-Ct 07 Ohio levoe.
Tex poundi of brown sugar for $1 ; 8
pounds best cofl'eo sugar at $1 ; 4 pounds
of choice butter at SI ; 10 contt for lard;
Imperial tea at $1 ; Potatoes 30 cpntt per
pock; applet II cent', at Wilcox's block
Noticb It hereby given that I will pay
no blllt for goodi told to any of the em
ployes of Tub Cairo. Bullbtiw, either
r themselves or for tbe use of tho office
anlote the same are furnished on an order
flgnod by Mr. Burnett or myself.
12-20-ly .Tonif H. Obeblt,
Partner Wanted. A gentleman
without capital, but with several years
experience and thoroughly acquainted
with the business, is desirous of forming
partnership in the Hide, Fur and
Leather builneM in Colro, with tome one
who can furnish a capital of say $5,000.
Address, drawer 227. 19-1-18-tf
The barber iliop is on tbo corner of
Eighth street and Commercial avenuo
where J. George Stienhouso with his gen
tlemanly assistants can be found at any
hour of tho day or night, rtadv to soothe
your feellogs with a smooth shave, or cool
your loroper and head with a good sham
poo. It Is a first-clan shop, and you aro
sure of receiving first-class treatmsnt.
Ladies' and children's hair cut or curled
aflor the most approved stylet. 8-16-tf
Mrs. K.R. Workman offers her terv
ices to tho ladiet of Cairo and vicinity et
a tencner tn tbe art of making ax
Flowers. For terms and ipocimens, she
refers to Barclay's prescription drugstore,
corner Eighth street and Washington av
enue, whero orders for Flowers may also
be left. Ladiet wishing lessons will pleats
leuvo their addreM at tho store or givo
notice through post otllce drawor No.
233, Cairo, Ills. 21 1.8-lm
Sometui.no New. 1 have improved
and perfected a new process by which tbe
Ferrotvps it brought out equal to the best
Photographs, and more durable. Copies
from painlingi and engravingi made fully
equal to the original In appearance, tbe
lights and shades brought out with ro
markallo nuoearance, so that nothing
surpasses the beauty and natural expres
sion of the picture. And in fact any old
pictures are copied by this process so as to
look as well or hotter than the original
picture. Those having old pictures or
eholce palntingi or engravings fur pros
rctt, cannot do better than avail them
e.ves of thit rouiarkable improvement.
J. J. Thomas, Photographer,
Cornor of Eighth street and Commercial
THE ST. CHARLES HOTEL.
The undortignel having resumed the
management of tho abovo hotel, trust by
strict attention to business, to the wants
and comfortt of their guottt, to morltthe
renowed favor ot their old patrons and tho
traveling public in general.
The Saint Charles will at once undergo
a thorough ronovation, and bo much Im
proved in all itt appointments.
Good i ample rooms and spocial rates for
All baggage for gueUi convoyed to and
from the hotel froe of charge.
Jewbtt Wilcox & Co., Proprletori.
Notice it horeby givon to the creditors
of Robert A. Cunningham, that he has
made an assignment of his property to
me, with full powor to collect hn dobtt.
I think I can correctly state that his pro
perty will bo amply sufllclont to pay all
existing debts against him, If the oxponsot
of litigation can bo avoided. All penoni
having claims agalnt him will ploase call
and preicnt their accounts to mo for adjust
ment, and all porsom indebted to him will
please call and tattle at once and savo costs
as my desire it to tettle his affairs at tho
earliest possible moment.
Z. 1). MATHUSS.
Jaruiry 18, 1871. SG-20-Ct
THE SOUTHERN HO I'EL.
MR. T. N. OAFPNEY
Takes pleasure in announcing to the pub
lic that the hat taken possession ot tbit,
popular and convenient hotel on the Ohid
Levee, and that sho hat Refur'Iniied
and Rbnovatkd it in many respects, and
it now prepared to accommodato tbo pub
lic with good fare, good rooms, good beds,
and everything necessary to, and usually
found in a flrit-claia establiibment.
Thankful tor past patronage, sho hopes to
merit its continuance.
Bcflr Day boarders received at reasons
ble ratci c.'-l-'.'o.lm
Estate of frank K. Williams, deceased.
Tbe undersigned having been appointed
Administrator of tbe e.tato or Frank E.
Williams lite of (he county of Alexander
and State ot lllluoli, deceased, hereby give
notice that be will appear before tbe connty
court of Alexander county, at the Court
House In Cairo, at the February term, on
the 3rd Monday in February nest, at which
time all persons having claims against said
estate are notified and requested to attend
for the purpose of having the tameadjiutod.
All personi Indebted to laid estate are re.
quested .to make immediate payment to tbo
Dated this 22nd day of December. A. D..
1873. Bamuil Walters, Administrator.
A. J. ROE, M.D.
Oniee over Tbotni 4 Bro's. grocery store,
No, IN Commercial avenue, corner KtgtitU
street, aettdonoe) corner WssblegtOQ ave
nue and Fourteenth street.
HOME MADE CANDIES,
NO. 713 WASHINGTON AVENUE,
I, between 10th
and dttputuret for tno 24 hours en Jtu- at t)
P. m. im evening:
Steamer V P Gracoy, Columbus
Jim Pisk, Paducah
' Qjtcbstop, Evansville
" Cbas. Bodman, New Orleans
" Pat Rogers, Memphis
" IndJano, Cincinnati.
Steamer F I' Gracoy, Columbus
" Jas. Fisk, Paducah
11 Quickstep. Evansville
11 Cbas. Bodman, Cincinnati
11 Pat Rogers, Cincinnati
" Indians, Now Orleans
Belle ot Memphis, St. Louis
Kate Kinney, St. Louts
" Emilie La Bargo, St. Louis.
THE UIVXKS. ,
The Ohio river fell twonty-threo Inches ,
since last roport. Thoro is change in the
oondltion of the Mississippi.
It rained tho greater part of the day ,
yosterday, and ths leveo and strenU aro in
a horrible condition.
There was llttlo or no change In the
way of Imiinos".
The Charles Bodmann has a good trip
of sugar, molasses and cotton for Cincin
nati. She discharged a lot of freight here
for rethipmcnt on the Illsnoli Central
and Cairo and Vincennei railroads.
The Indiana was deeply laden and
made no additions.
Tho John Moani aud bargoi will clear
for New Orleani to-day
The boate that left here yesterday have
no assurancu of being able to got to St.
Louis on account ot low water.
The Steamer Julia came to the wharf
from retirement last evoning and would
leave fur St. Louis during the night.
Lady Leo brought 074 balet of cotton
for the East, per tho Cairo and Vincen
nei railroad, and has 821 bundloi of iron
80 sacks barley and 67 brli pecans for St.
Host has on hand, and lor sale a large
quantity of oak and hickory wood, cut and
split, and ready for the stove. Also al I
kinds of coal which will be delivered in any
part of the city on short notice. Leave or i
dew at coal yard, on Commercial avenue,
opposite Eleventh street. Dec. O-lm .
The welNknown business stand of Cuateed
& l'rovo, at the mouth of Clearrreek, Alex
ander county, Illinois, situated lu one of
the finest agricultural districts of the West,
and with a well-esUbliehed trade. This will
be found a rare opportunity for an energetic
The premises conrUt of a store 20X10 leet
a dwelling of eight rooms, well furnished
and conveniently arranged, good cisterns
and all necessary out-bulldlngs, and one
acre of laud. Terms liberal. Apply er
address, Wm. Custead,
12-0-lm dAw. Clsearcree Landing, Ills.
Boot and shoe maker, Twen h street, be
tween Washington avenue and Poplar
itroet.is prepared to make booU ana shoet
In the latcbt and wont fashionable stylet.
He will make them to order, old or new
stylet to suit customer, out of tbe bs:'.and
froohcat stock, of which he always , 'has la
good nupply on hand from which to make
selections. All fitting ot boots and tboet
made by Mr. Ehlen is done tn hit own ihop
no foreign fitting being uied by him.
Give htm a call, and he will give you satis,
I wilt attend at the following times and
places tn tho several preclncta In this county
in conformity with law, for the purpose
ol receiving the stato and county taxes for
the year 1873, as follows, to-wlt:
In unity precinct, at tho hou.o ot Wlillain
Holden, Monday Jnnuary 10, 1874.
In IIiz!ewood precinct, at Dr. Jones' itore,
Toledo, Tuesday, January SO, 1874.
In Clear Creek precinct, st Marchlldon &
Culloj's tore, mouth of creek, Wednes
day, January all. 1874.
In Tbolc product, at J. G. Rollwina't
tlore, Thebes, Thursday, January 23, 1874,
In Santa Fu precinct, at W. B. Anderson's
atore, SsntaFo, Friday January 23, 1874.
In Gooto hlaud precinct, at O, Grcenley's
store, Goon ItUud, Saturday, January
In Dog Tooth rreclnot, at the fcousa of N.
Uunaacker, Tuesday, Jauuary .7, 1874.
In South Catro precinct, at toe oidco of J.
Q. Uarinau, Cairo, Wednesday, January
In North Cairo precinct, at the eourt bouie,
Cairo, Thursday, January 29, 1874.
Bectlon No. 154 of tbe amended revenue
law or this state requires that levy by the
collector upon tho personal property of the
tax payer be made for the non-payment ef
personal tases onorbi lore tbe loth day of
Section No. 177, provides that all taxes
upon real estate reiniiolcg unpaid on tbe
10th day ot March next, fball be deemed
Tax payers will bttir in mind tbteo
ohsoges, as tbe law will be vtamuely en.
Be sure to'hriBir vaur title iamh or
last years tax receipts with you, (hat ae or
run m paying taxoe aiay scaur.
Oaibo, Bis. Dee., II, 1871. dsw-W
lleta'il Dealers iu
nnd 11th sti.)
Whbrbab Mathew D. Ounter by httaale
dated October 7, U71, aM le
coraeu tn volume t. or saie ineBs
page 111, in tbe Recorder's oaceefAlem.
iiv, juinois, c
Illinois, conveyed to Ue aav
hold estate for the term et Are (6) years, la
x (til, seven i; ana etamt (
(3) la Use first additfin U
seven (7) and Ukt (), la
, Illinois, coaimeneiac Merck ,
lib. Ill VWIV, tUIUVII. LVWiWBCUl JMHCI V,
1871. under and br virtue of a eertala leaoa
hearing date, March 0, 1871, executes! by S.
Statu Taylor and Edwin Parteae, Irtttieet
or the Cairo City Property to Peter A. Je
mint, and by said Peter A. Coaaat, wUB bbb
written consent of said Taylor and Parsons,
assigned to said Mathew D. O untax M bbo
CUt of MaT. 1872. tentherwtth all Ike law
provements thereon, belonging to tho oaM
. (luutor of every kind and nature soever, la
eluding mill fixtures, engines, boilers, ban'
ana oiuer Bxturcs appertaining aaa Mieetf.
j lng to the mill building tkereoti aetenUe: Be
secure the payment of a certain pteemlseecy
note In said mortgage specified : Mow aa
der tbe provisions ot said sale nrtonrs do
fault having been Made ia ttto payrMtast of
tee note uerein menuoaoa. tao
will offer said property for sale at aui
to ine uixnesi Diaaer, lor
at the court house door. Ceire. DHaete, ot kj
o'clock p.m. on SATURDAY TtVJE BBsTJt
DAY OF JANUARY, A, D. 1874.
UBNRT L. HAIXXPAT,
Mortgagee aat) TiOBtse.
Green Jk Gilbert, Attorneys.
Whkrkas, Mathew D. Gunter, becaeler,
by hi sale tnotgage, dated MarcB Uth.ltTl,
and recorded on page 07 of book Eof.tloodi
In the Recorder's office of alovander
county, Illinois : And, whereas, iMataew
D. Gunter and wife by their sole saort
gage dated July 7, 1871, and recorded on
page 74 ot book Z of deeds ta tao Eeeorder'a
office ef Alexander county, IlUaota, con
voyed to the undersigned, tao ftHtTrtag tie
scribed lots and property, to-wit: Lot tBlr
ty.nlno (39) In block thlrty-two (33) aad let
twenty-one (21) in block efgBlyHwo (81). ell
In the tint addition to the city of Cairo ills.;
I aibo a leaseaoiu etiaie lor too (eras or tea
(10) yean, In and to lota sixteen (16) aad
vi-nlnrn 1171 In hlnrlr lvto Mil la tit
nrt addition to the city ot Cairo, IUlaoU.
corauienclng December 0,170, under aad
by virtue of a certain leas bearing date
December 6, 1870, executed by W. C.-aad
11. C. Johnt, trustees tor Wax, Mattuu
to the said Mathew D. Gunter, together with
all and singular tbe buildings aad laspreve
menu of every kind or nature soever'
iltuate on said loU, sixteen (19) aad seven
teen (17) belonging to said Gunter, to. wit:
one dwelling house, one store and dwelling
house, one mill building with Bill axtnree,
engine, boilers, bun and other fixtures ap
pertaining and belonging thereto, to eocaro
the payment of certain promissory Botes ta "
said two mortgsges specified : Now, under
the provitions ot botbot taid sale mortgages
default having been made In the payment
of the notes In them mentioned, tbe under.
Igned will offer said property for sale, at
auction, to the highett bidder, tor cash, et
tbe court house door. Cairo, HUaots, at I
o'clock p.m. on BATUKWAY. THE MTI
DAY OF JANUARY.A, D. 1174.
USNXY L. Hallidat,
Mortgagee and Trustee
Green A Gilbert, Attorneys.
AND UXALXB D4
ftlOHTH STMBBT, BBTWBBW WAttflMTOtl
ABD OOMKBSCBAI, ATtBTWBJB,
Xjsiatag auttetastoaoo taatl BBataaur
Imp the bMt or Beer, fork, Bra Us a Teal.
Umb, ttMuwge. ets., taaafo tninl to ettve
.ltiaeas la the saeet aaeepUbU faeafM. '
CITT MATIOBAt, BABX'BCIji.eV'
larSpeelal attention void to ordora fras
teamboata. night or day.
(Successor to Jaavos KyasetenJ
BUTOHBB AMU DbALBB IB ALL jttBBB Of
I .COBJoai NmaiawiH aibb rortuii avtw
Buys and elangaters only the boat entile,
koge and sheep, aad ia prevared to U aay
demand for freehateata treai oao poaad to
ten tbooaaad pounds. . yt r .
HTLAND k SATJKB.,
AlfP 9SMLBBB EB
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
Corner 10th strut aad Ceatxaerelal avsM
next door to the Hylaad saleoa.
Il.Utt O AUtAj, ILIJU h
AND DBALBB IB
ALL KINDS OF FRESH MIATf
Veer ear. TweatloitB titrool m
, Buys and eUugbUrt ealy tho betACMtle,
Uogs aadSbaep. tad la prepared Ui
lore for Fresh Msata fraas oao la WbW
ad pAunda. t.Bbw
BElfUM, BBO., CO,
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