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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, 1874.
LOCAL WEAT1IKU KKP011T.
MMwnvmn'a omen, Caiko, 111.', I
January 17, 10:11 p.m., 1874. f
iremeter, .10:1 2 degrees,
tetmotneter, 41 degreer.
Ind ft. K. Velocity in mllei per hour,
axlmum temperature lor last 'H hour,
lnlmum temperature lor the last !4 hours,
revelling wind for lest 44 bourt, south.
'oUl number of miles traveled by wind
1ng lest 34 hours, US.
Observer Signal .Service, U. S. A.
0. WINBTON CO.,
.hAL ESTATE AGENT8
74 (alOOVL fLOOB) OHIO LITIS,
But and Bill Kial Kstati,
UKNlrJU AJWTttAOTH OY TITLH
WILI-IAM 3. ALLEN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
omuoer FlnrtNetlonalUnk. MO-Sin
8AMUl-7l V. WHKKLKK,
V1T0HNEV k COUNSELOR AT LAW
Offl over Klrst National bank. S-lMra
Ui U. ktuikey.
MULKKV 3t SON,
uiipc. Ktghth itraet, between Commer
UUSKN at OILBKKT,
COUNSELOR, XT . xw
wuiiatn b. wit
rt, V 0ai.Oi uj.LNOHJ,
PMial etttatloa rlta aj-...
arnitB ohio lbtbb, booms t in a otb-s
13. F. PARKER,
(sUkLeator to l'arker A.iiUke.)
PAINTS AND OILS
aid IL oUlnt-i lilumtnalla
BOAS' EOILDIWO OOI llTE OOM
(JAIRO AND PA DUG AH
It .UaU imtt
Dick Vowlbb, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted) at
4 p.iu Knr fralKbt or pawage arply on boat
It! to J AH. JdALLOHT, Au'I.
K. N. 8TO0KFLHTII,
liectlfler U Wholesale Uoaler
f-oHKIliS ASI IIOMM Itl
LIQUORS AND WINES
VO, O'J OUIII LUVfcX,
onto, I Mil no
Contnur Uniiucn .
The irreat discovery of the
There lano pain wmcn
Cghmr the Contaur Linimentwiunoi
mtt relieve, uo swelling which H
jt77 wlllnot subdue, and no lame
HMI which It will not cure
-s?ff- This U stronc languatre, hut
-- it is uue. It Is no humbug:
sonarsisr, tim rnnine l crlntcd around
eaeh boitle, A clroular contalnlug ucrtlU
tatei of wonderful cures ol rheumatism
neuralgia, lock-Jaw, sprains, swelling,
burns, eculdi, cakcd'hreastn, poisonous
bites, freien lect, irout, saiinioum.ear.acne
Hid thn red D6 ot the Lintmeut will be
lent gratia to anyone. It Is tbo most won
Harfiii haillnir mil naln relieving asrentthe
world ha overproduced. It sell" ns no ar
ticle ever before did sell, and It sells because
It does Just what it pretenJs to do. Ona bot
tle of the Centaur Linlmcut for animals
(yellow wrapper) Is worth a hundred dol
lars lor spavined, strained or nailed horses
and mules, and for screw-worm m sheep.
No family or stock-owner can alford to he
I.L.... ri..i.u. I lnlm.nt Vri.. ..Ht.i
aairr bottles. St. J. H. Hose & Co,, b;i
roadway, New York.
CASTOUIA ti more man a substitute for
raator Oil. It Is tho only SAf E artlole In
xlstoDee wblob Is sure to regulate the bow
els, oure wlndoollo and produce oetural
eleep. ItlsplessautMUke. CnUdrennced
pot cry and roomers nay sitep. iu-7 wiy
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
OcoiiT to ba abolished the woodon
awnings tbat overhang lb a sidewalks In
alinoit every quarter of (bo city.
Tuk Lady Leo yesterday brought lo
thu city i'74 balei of cotton to bo roshlp-
ped eest par Cairo and Vinconnc" mil
Fob Kent. On Commercial avenue
one largo room furnished or unfurnished
ultabla fur sleeping room for gentleman
and wifs or two gentlemen. Apply at
Bullbmx oflico. 30-1-ls-lm
Col. K. I). Frost, superintendent of
tbo Mlitiuippt Contra! railroad, and
Capt. .lack Uranunor, superintendent of
the Kvansville packet lino, ware registered
at tli Si. Charles botel yaiterday.
Tuk following named persons wero at
the St. Cbarlei hotel yesterday i 1) C
Cox and J W llausman, Pittsburg; J
Peinbcrton, Alabama; Frank Craft, Cin
cinnati; W J Olesocko and 11 F Frathor,
St Lrui; Tbos Hutchinson, Chicago;
Phil Waum and J II Slaytou, Springfield,
Tnt parlor concert at the residence of
M. V. (JilUrt, Kii., last night, was at
tondad by large numlxr of ladies and
gontle'ner. The music and reading was
exctllent, nnd tbo display of wax works
creatod much mc'rimnnt. The tiiae and
placo for holding the next vuncerl will le
made known In due tim.
TiriiiTh are now for ml at tho othco of
thi Cairo, Arkansas and Txas railroad in
'Winter's block, for all points in Texas via.
Galveston, Houtton, AuUio, Uallls, Jef
ferson and all other promlnet points in
that stale. This Is the shortest and iuick
est route to tbo places above mentioned,
For further information inquire at tho 0
A. and T. ticket ollice. . Gl-M.23.tf
lloiiT. IluicuiB, New York; il Tur
ney, New Orleans ; a r. J urner, uam
mora; C II Kuhn, Kvansvillo ; Paul
Jones, New Orleans ; "W IJ Swank,
Thompson's landing, Missouri; Henton
Aiken, Thomas Fountaino, Joel Cook and
F Mack, New Madrid, Missouri ; U A
Echols, Mississippi Cantral railroad, were
at tho Dclmonlco yesterday.
The man Johnny Uowtnan, arrested on
Wednesday afternoon ly Chief Mcliale,
represented himself at agent of a min
strel troupe, and in ordor to got rooms at
the St. Charles entered into negotiations
with Mr. "Wilcox for board for "hli eom-
cany ; " but mistrusting that Bownan was
not all right, Mr. Wilcox refused to have
anything to do with blm. llowoian then
aoughtlbe Arlington house, and what he
did thoro has already been stated. Bow
man will shortly jin hli "company" at
Mxaani. Koir. ATihme, 712 "Washing
ton avenue, wholesale and retail dealers
in all kinds of candee and conle:tions, in
vite attention to their establishment. This
Is a new enterprise in Cairo, an enter
prise that mu9l, r-noerlT conducted,
prove a most proHtaoiv v.... iuiu rt
ners in the establishment are practicable
candy makers, and have a thorough un
derstanding of tho business. They will
manufacture nothing but the purest of
candy and confectionery, and to prove
tbis will cheerfully exhibit tho mo'cs by
which their candy is made. Urocerymen
and all others wbn deal In candies and
confections are invltod to call upon Messrs.
Roso & Tomroe before sending to other
cities for their supplies of goods in this
line. This is a home Institution and de
serves to bo well patroni.id. Soo their
advertisement in another column.
Th b Couktf. Besides the arguing of
a few motions and deanurers, nothing of
importance transpired in the circuit court
yesterday forenoon. Owing to the indis
position of Judge Baker there was no
court held in the afternoon, I
Cvuntj Court, In the county court the
following business was transacted : The
people vs. Martin Beod; term of imprison
ment having expired the court ordered
that he be discharged from custody. Same
vs Thomas Smith and John Cur-
ran ; larceny ; oencu warrants
Issued and defendants in court ;
nolle pt-ot. entered by the county attorney.
Same vs, John McGrath, larceny.
Cause tried by tho court and defondant
adjudged not guilty, and theroforo dis
charged. The following probato business was dis
posed of; Estate of Davidson II. Morgan,
deceased; W. H. Atberton, administrator;
final report; continued to next term. Es
tate of Milter llensley, deceased; ap
praisement llll approved and ordered re
corded, lteubon Smith vs. estate tf Fred
Blankonberg, docecscd; assumpsit;
dauiagoj 1143 00 ; cauto set
for this morning at nine o'clock.
Guardianship of Lucinda and llonry
Davis, minor children of John Davis, do
ceasod ; report approved and ordered re
corded. Guardianship of Isaac E. and
Marth A. Lw, minor heirs of Robert Lee,
deceased ; report opproved and ordered
recorded. Guardianship ol Robert V.
Austin, minor heir of Hiram .1. Austin,
deceasod; report approved and ordered
recorded; and also further ordered that
stld guardian bo discharged from all fur
ther liabilities. Stratton and Bird vs, os.
tate of Fred Blankenberg, deceased ; as
sumpsit; demand $11 18; correotuesi of
claim admitted, and judgment rendered,to
be of (eventb class claim.
Guardianship of Samuel T. Huff, minor
heir f Isaiah Huff, deceased; petition for
letters of guardianship; Samuel Walter,
guardian. Petition approved, and ordered
that said Walter be required tole a bond
In the sum of $800 00. Trustees of school
township sixteen in south range two west,
of Alexander county, Illinois, vs. Wm. M.
Atberton, administrator of the estate of
Davldioa II. Morgan, deceased ; assump
tit; claim 126 80. Potitton approved and
Judgment rendered against said estate in
tbe sum olaiiued in favor of plalotlfl', to be
of fourth class claim.
Wbertupoa eourt adjourned until ft
o'clock this morning.
MODSn CITY 1TEMB.
Conepondence Cairo nutxcrtN.)
Nelsen Yocum, of St. Loul,spent'threo
days horo on buslnoti.
The steamer Ashland roosts on the
The "Woolworth Handle works are
making eight hours time.
The Cache mill is running full blast
Hli Lounsbury at the hoad and Dyer as
for assistant. The barrel factory runt
day and night.
Capt. YTni. Uatnbletou when last
heard from was in "Washington, His busi
ness tlioro has no connoction whatever
with tho chief justice?, for Casey de
clines having his name handed In.
Tuesday night the Oermanla Club tall
and festival was well attended and the
Concordli club" of Cairo delighted ev
erybody with their spendid vocal music.
Max Koller and Paul Schuh were im
mense. It is hoped that tho "Concordia"
(I think tho name Is correct), will como
again and give a full concert. Tho fes
tivities lasted untlll tho wee small hours,
whan all parted feeling well pleased.
-The " Egyptian Caoral Society "
played tho Spirit of '70 on Wednesday
and Saturday nights, and wero groetod
with a full houso on each night. Tho
Cairo penplo came on a special train, met
a warm welcomo and returned homo all
satistlod with the trip. "W. U. Morris ap
peered in the play, also gavo a select read
ing. He has established himself as a uni
versal favorite hero, and will always re
celve a cordial roceplion.
" IIEIIB'S roUK MULK."
I notice late dispatches from Washing
ton indicate tbat a committee in Congress
have boen worrying Secretary Kobeson
about the paltry sum of five million dol
lars exponded during the flurry with
CubaA Kobeson evidently felt the hour
for retrenchnant had como, and, looking
westward, he took a double reef in bis Jib
top sail, and soon after, the following or
dor appeared in our newspaper:
Will bo sold at the naval station, Mound
Citv. Ills., ono horse mule. 16 bands bleb,
about four yors old, well broke to saddle
and barness. To bo som January iiun ai
l'i m. By order Chief of Bureau of Yards
Tho mule vrm sold and brought ono bun
dred and twenty dollars. Now let that
meddling committee "dry up," or Itobeion
will sell the flag stan" and American en
sign, which is about all thut Is left it the
naval station, Mound City, Ills,
1'mci Cuhhent Orviu, 1
Thursday Eve., Jan. 22, 1874.
IIEKKBAL RIU ARK?,.
The weather to-day has been very soft
and unfavorable for buslneis. The rain
has fallen without intermission since
twelve o'clock last night and no outsiao
or levee business has been transacted,
it was almost impossible to unload
handle hay or grain of any kind.
The general features or tho market are
unchanged. Corn is scarce and Arm with
nrices the same for mixed or white
and if anything a tbado better. Oats
less active auu iuoio ft -v - -
sltion to, weaken. Flour la very quiet
and common bay Is without buyers; strict'
ly choico is in demand and we would rec
ommend only shipments of tbe best
grades. Freights are steady and un
(Correspondents should benr in mind
that our quotations represent prices for
round lots from first hands, unless other
wise stated, and that in filling small or
ders higher prices must be paid.$a
FLOUR. Stocks are large and we note
very little movement. There is no specu
lative demand and but few large orders
como in. Prices aro unchanged. Sales
embrace 100 bbls XXX at 7 00: 60 bbls
XXXX 7 CO; 3 car loads various grades
G 609 00 ; 100 bbls XXX H 75 ; f.00
bbls various grades 6 0003 76; 10.1 bbls
XXX C 7C, 100 bbls XX 0 60; 100 bbls
winter XXX 7 CO; 200 bbls various grades
4 75(3,9 00 ; 100 bbls XX C 10 ; 200 bbls
XXX 7 00 ; 200 bbls various grades 6 o0
HA a'. Strictly choice timothy in bales
is scarce and wanted; there was nono in
market to-day. "Gilt edge" would And
ready sale at good prices. Common and
low grade hay is plenty, with no demand.
Our report of sales consists of 3 cars com
mon mixed del at 12 00 ; 2 cars choico
mixed del 14 00; .1 cars good mixed
12 00 ; 3 cars prairie 11 00 12 00.
CORN Tliore is a lair order domaud
for both whito and mixed. Buyers make
no difference in prices In the two grades
The supply on tho market is limited ; re
ceipts are light and prices still'. We note
sales of 1 car mixed in sacks, del C5c ; 5
cars white und mixed sackod and del C3c;
8 cars white U7068 ; 3 cars white and
mixed ou track 6S69c and 1000 sacks of
white del 67c
OATS The demand has fallen on and'
Is confined to tho order trado. Receipts
aro fair and tbe market Is well supplied.
Prices hold firm at previous quotations on
mixed but holders show a disposition to
shade White -Sates since last report wore
1 car wbjte In sacks dtd S3 ; ( cars north
ern mixed in sacks del 52063c; 6 cars do
do in bulk on track 4i47c; 3 cas Ccu
tral Illinois mixed in hulk on track 15o
3 cars mixod Southern Illinois In sacks
del 51 c.
CORN MEAL Tbe supply is limited,
end holders are firm at 3 00 for steam
drlod guaranteed, We note sales of 100
bbls steam dried 2 90; 100 bbls do not
guaranteed 2 00; 100 bbls guaranteed
'J 00; 100 bbls do i 00; 600 bbls City Meal
in lots 8 1003 25.
BRAN In moderate request at 16 per
BUTTER Choice butter is very scarce
none comes In and tbe market is bare.
Should tbe weather get Coll choicojnorth
em would hold firm at 30c. Choice South'
ern Illinois find ready sate an 23c. Sales
have beet limited by lack of supplies.
Our reports embrace 600.cholce North
ern roll 30c; 400 common r'autborn Illin
ois roll 16030c; COO choico Southern llllo.
oil roll :5a
The market is overstocks! and
very dull. UolJet bavs b9sn Arm at tO;
but sales have bom slow. The market
weakened to-day and sellers 'wore willing
to take 17 and even ISc to ellect sater.
Kales reported were 100 dozen at 20c ; 210
dozen at l&c and ISO dozen at 17c.
CniOKENS This toft weather is any
thing hut favorable to dressed poultry.but
ocelpts have been light and there is no
upplies. A few dozen sold at prices.
ranging from 2 00 to 3 00 por dor.on.
TURKEYS The remarks on dressed
chickens apply to dressed turleys ; should
the weather change cold, the poultry
market will he active. Sslei of dressed
turkpys were t 10011c per pound.
AITLLS Receipts continue small,
and demand good, with sales of common
00 and choico S 50(i 00 per hbl.
1'KOVISIONS-There is a fair degreo
of activity displayed in dry salt meats of
all kinds, with transactions at prices
juoted in our last issue.
OUKKSE Cream 14c; Now York lac
LIMB l CO Vhbl.
CEMENT J 00J 60 V hbl.
COALOIL-SOe V gal.
GUNNIES Re-sewed 24 bushels 13c ;
'A bushels 20e.
BYRUl'S-Choice C0c(5,l per Kallon:
New Orleans 7580c.
l'LASTERINO HAIR 3Jc por
BURLAPS 2J burhels corn, DJ cz
1 Jc ; do 10 oz 16c ; 4 bushels otts 20c ; 0
buhols 2lc; C luiholi 22c.
BEESWAX v lb 30c.
SOAP Sbaoflor's German mottled, 7)c
Chaaipalgn soap, 71c.
TALLOW V Ibijc.
COFFEE Javit 4042 ; Leguayra
3135:; Rio prune to choico 32(7 3So.
FRK1GHT Cotton, compressed to
New York, 85ct to Boston, $1. Uncom
pressed, to New York, 11 14; to Bottoc
To New Urleans and Viuksburg:
timr.m atitilAi tin if riAII V A
freiobts lie cwt; hay $5 por ton; Pork
4oc . bbl; tobacco $4; cotton SI. To Mem
phis, flour, etc., 2Ge por bbl; pou-d freight
12Jccwt; hay $4 per ton.
FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN.
Hot-led windows, with or without
trials. Enquire corner Thlrteontb and
Walnut streets. 43-16-2w
Second-hand clothing, watches, Jewolry,
pistols, At, bought and sold. Opposite
Cairo and Vincennvs railrc&d depot.
20-7-tf M. CoYNK
Tbe second and last term will cotnnunco
on Saturday nfternoon at 2 o'clock, Febru
ary 7tb, corner Tenth street and Wash
ington avenue. . C. Bohkn, Teacher.
NOTICE TO DRAYMEN.
All draymen are hereby notified not to
lake any of my freight from ny depot or
wbarfboat unless by my written order
Without 'that II will not tT either th
freight or drayago. A. Swoiioda.
Cairo, January 22, 1S74. 58-01
All clttluit ugalnst U. A. Cunningham
must bo presonted to iuj for adjimmen
on or beforo Monday, January 26th at 10
.'..lock a m. There will be a meeting of
the creditors at that hour at tbe otU,. f
C2 l-2:l-..t Z. D. Mathitm.
Notieo Is hereby given that my
wife, Mrs. Js. Flnley, having,
without cauie or provocation, left my bed
and board, that I wilt not be responsible
for any debts sho may contrail in my
name. Jax. Finley.
CAiro, January 22, 1873. 60-22-31
Two Balterios of two Bollori, each 24
feet long, 2 inch Dram, 2 14 Inch Flues
with tire fronts. Mud and Stoam drums
Safety and Mud valves, Cbimnoy and
Britchlu, all . complete and in first-class
order); been used only three months. For
price, etcn Inquire ot J. a. hbnnik,
tt-7,i.li. v mean iron wortcs.
I will sell my house and lot on Commer
cial avenue above Fourth street (lot 3
block lo) at a bargain. Tbe bouse con
tains nine largo rooms, including a largo
bar-room. To any ono .wishing to pur
chase I will sell on good terms and easy
payments. Wii. McCormicic.
30 d&W ItnJ
On .Seventh street, Cairo, Illinois, one
of the most bcnutitul homesteads in tho
city, consisting of two lots handsomely
unclosed, set with flowers, evergreens,
shrubbery, &c, iic. a well built and neatly
funished cottage containing soven rooms,
collar, cistern, wood house, wash house,
bath houso'and coal house, with gaps and
every convenience. Apply to
Joiirt Q. Uakmon it Co.,
Real Estato Agents.
January, 1874. 8-3-lm
LADIES ANU KVKRY1IOUT '
Attention is railed to tho groat salo of
tho entire stock of R. II. Cunningham's
dry goods at 101 Commercial avenue
Over four thousand dollars worth of desir
ablo goods, consisting of domiciles, call
ones, silks, trimmings, gloves, hosiery, lin.
ons, shawls, Coal's spool thread, etc. The
entlro goods will bo sold without resorvo.,
Sato to coiumenco Monday, January lUtb,
and continuing from day to day until the
otitire stock is closed out.
WOULD NEVER USE THEM.
If persons wero aware of the injurious
character of most Baking Powders now
for sale In every town in our country
they would never use thorn. A baking
powder to be gjod and wholesome cannot
be made by ignorant persons, who know
no more about the chemical combinations
necessary for such results than a school
boy. Tho only good Baking Powder pre
pared by caretul manipulation from pure
materials li Dr. Price's Cream, not a grain
of substance In it not found In the sys
tem. And for his Special Flavoring Ex
tracts, we havo ouly to say tbat they are
I tbe flnist, purest, and lost to be found In
' this or any cl'ier country, JanlldAwl w
aPBOIAN LOOAli NOTI0EP.
Thb European botel, Harry Walker
,;s o,in at alt
hours of the
Fob ias and steam fitting go to Ren
nle's Vulcan Iron works, Commercial
avenue, foot of Ninth street 9-10-tf
For b good square moal go to Harry
Walkor's restaurant, Commercial avonue
between Sevonth mid Eighth atroot. tm
All kinds of gamo constantly on hand
at Harry Walkor's, Commercial avenue
botween Sovonth and Eighth streeti.
Fob Kekt. A cottage house with four
good rooms, cistern, otc, siluaUd on
Twenty-ninth street near Commercial
avenue. Inquire of A. Sufamka,
It-Mo-Ct 07 Ohio levce.
Tks pounds of brown sugar for $1 ; 3
pounds best colTeo sugar at $1 ; 4 pounds
of choico butter at SI ; 10 sonts for lard;
Imperial tea at $1 ; Potatoes 30 cents per
peck; apploi 40 cnU, at Wllcox'i block
Noticb is hereby given that I will pay
no bills for goods sold to any of tbe em
ployes of Tub Caibo Bullbyiv, either
or themselves or for tho use of the office
unlese the same are furnished on an order
llgnod by Mr. Burnett or myself.
12-20-ly .Tnnw U. Ohbbly,
Pa.rt.veu Wantku. A gentleman
without capital, but with several years
oxporience and thoroughly acquainted
with the business, i desirous of forming
partnership in the Hide, Fur and
Leather builne-s In Coiro, with somo ono
who can furnifh a capital of say K',000.
Addrcjs, drawer 227. 49-1-18-tf
The barber shop Is on tbo corner of
Eighth stroet and Commercial avenue
where J. George Stienbouse with his gen
tlemanly assistants can be found at any
hour of the day or night, ready to soothe
your feelings with a smooth shave, or cool
your temper and head with a good aham-
poo. It is a Srst-class shop, and you aro
sure of receiving first-class treatment.
Ladles' and children's hair cut or curled
after the mod approved styles. 8-15-tf
Mrs. E.U. Workmen oifors her serv
ices to the ladies of Cairo and vicinity ts
a teacher in the art of making Wax
Flowers. For terms' and specimens, sho
refers to Barclay's prescription drugstore,
corner Eighth street and Washington av
enue, where orders for Flowers may alio
be left. Ladles wishing lessons will pleats
leave their address at the storo or give
notice through post otllce drawer No
2i3. Cairo, Ills. 21 l.S-lm
SoMKTiuxa N.w. 1 have improved
and porfoctea a new process by which tbf-
Ferrotype is brought out equal to the bed
Photographs, and more durable. Copies
from paintings and engravings made fully
oqual to the original in appearance, tho
lights and shades brought out with ru
markable aDDearancc, so that nothing
surpasses the beauty and natural expres
sion of the picture. And in fact any old
pictures aro copied by this process to as to
look as well or better than tho original
picture. Thoso lmvlng old pictures o
eholce paintings or engravings for pres
cnts, cannot do hotter than avail them
ee.vei of this remarkable improvement.
.1. J.Thomac, Photographer,
Corner of Eighth street and Commercial
THE ST. CHARLES HOTEL.
Tho undersigned hnving resumed th
management of tbe above holol, trust by
strict attention to business, to the wants
and comforts of their guests, to merit tho
renewod favor of their old patrons and tbe
traveling public in general.
Tho Saint Charles will at once undergo
a thorough renovation, and bo much im
proved in all its appointments.
Good sample rooms and special rates for
All baggago for guests conveyed to and
from tho hotel free of charge.
Jewitt Wfcixox Jc Co., Proprietors.
Notice is hereby given to the creditors
of Robert A. Cunningham, that ho has
made an assignment of his property to
me, with full power to collect his debts.
I think I can correctly ,ttato that his pro
perty will bo amply sufficient to pay all
existing debts against him, if the expenses
of litigation can bo avoided, All persons
having claims agalos him will ploese call
and prosont their accounts to mo for adjust
ment, and alt porsons indebted to him will
pleaso call and settle at oncoand savo costs
as my desire is to settle his atlittrs at tho
earliest possible moinont.
Jai uiry 18, 1871. SMO-Ct
THE SOUTHERN JlOl'EL.
MR. T. N. GAFFNEY
Takes ploasure in announcing to the pub
lic that sho has taken possession of this,
popular and convenient hotel ou the Oliid
Levee, and that she has Rr-rURyiKHEi)
and Rb.novatkd it in many respects, and
is now prepared to accommodate tbe pub
lic with good fare, good rooms, good bede.
and everything neccsary to, und usually
found in a first-class establishment.
Thankful lor past patronage, sho hopes to
morit its continuance,
ray Day boarders rocoivod at reasona
ble ratos. 62-1-20-1 m
Kitateof Frank K.WJIIUnn.doceased.
The underslxncd having been appointed
Administrator of the e.tate of Frank E.
Williams lato of the county of Alexander
und State ol Illinois, deceased, hereby gives
notice that he will appear before the county
court of Alexander county, at the Court
House in Cairo, at tho February term, on
the 3rd Monday in February next, at which
time all persons having claims agulnst tald
estate are notified unit requested to attend
for tho purpoto of having the same adjusted.
All persons Indebted to said estate aro re
quested to make immedjete payment to the
Dated this 27nd day of December, A. P..
1373. Bamuhl vTALTitlts, Administrator.
U -,l !! I I 11,1 ' ' ' 'S s
A. J. ROE, M. 1).
Ofilee over Thorns Bro's. grocery store,
No, 18 Commercial avenue, corner Eighth
street. Bestdeaoe corner Wn'btiif ton ut e
uue and Fourteenth street.
HOME MADE CANDIES,
NO. 713 WASHINGTON A7E1TO1,
betwoeu 10th and 11th sU.)
and deptrturc lor the ill hour. unJIi.' at d
p. m. last evening:
Steamer F P Gracoy, Columbus
" (i'lickstop, Evansville
" Chas. Bodman, New Orleans
Pat Rogers, Momphis
" Indiana, Cincinnati.
Steamer F P Gracoy, Columbus
" Jas. Fisk, Paducah
" (Quickstep. Kvansvillo
" Chas. Bodman, Cincinnati
" Put Rogers, Cincinnati
11 Indiana, New Orleans
Belle of Memphi., St. Louis
' Kato Kinney, St. Louis
" Emilio La Barge, St. LouK
The Ohio river foil twonty-lhroo inches
since last report. There ti change in the
condition of the Mississippi.
H nine! tho greater part of the day .
yestorday, and ths lovco and .tret are in
a horribtu condition.
Thoro was little or no change in tho
way of business. '
Tbu Charles Bodmann has a good trip
of sugar, molassos and cotton for Cincin
nati. Shu discharged a lot of freight here
for ruihipmont on the Illsnois Central
and Cairo and Vinconnes railroad.
The Indiana was deeply ladon and
made no additions.
Tho John Meant and barges will clear
for New Orleans to.dav
Tho boats that left here yesterday have
no Msuranco of holng able to got to St.
Louis on account ot low water
The Steamer Julia came to the wharf
from retirement last evening and would
leave for St. Louis during tbo night.
Lady Loo brought 'J 74 bales of cotton
for tho East, per tho Cairo and VIncen
net railroad, and hai 821 bundles of iron
Si tacks barley and 07 brls pecans tor St.
Itosi lis on hand, and lor fain a large j
quantity of oak and hickory wood, rut and '
split, :ind ready for the stove. AUo al
kimU of coal which will be delivered In nny
purtof the city on short notice. Leave or
ders at coal yard, on Commercial avenue,
opposite Eleventh Htrect. Dec. 8-3 ra .
The well-known business stand of Custead
& Provo, nt the mouth of Clearrresk, Alex
auderrouoty, Illinois, situated in one of
the finest agricultural districts of the West,
and with a well-cstabli-bed trade. This will
be found a rare opportunity for an energetic
The premises coimM of a store 20X40 leet
a dwelling of eight rooms, well furnished
aud conveniently arranged, good cisterns
and all necessary out-bulldlngx, and one
aero of land. Terms liberal. Apply er
address, Wm. Custead,
I2.i-iin- d&w. Clsoarr.ree Landing, Ills.
Boot and shoo maker, Twen hetreet, be
tween Washington avenue and Poplar 1
street, U prepared to make hoots auu shoes ;
in tbo latest and most fashionable styles,
He will make them to order, old or new
styles to suit customers, out of the htr'.and
freshest stock, of which he always ; lias la
good supply ou band from which to make
ieloctloim. All fitting ot boots and shoes
made by Mr. Ehlcrs Is done in his own shop
no foreign titling being used by him.
Give him it call, and he will give you satlp
I nlll attend at tho fullowlng times and
plucca in the several precincts InthU county
In conformity with law, for tho purpose
ol rccchlug the atuto and county tiixt lor 1
Uic year lbul, us follows, to-wlt:
In unity precinct, at the houso of William
Uoldeii, MoiuIht Jnnuary 10, 1874.
Iq lln:lowood precinct, at Dr. Jonus store,
TOieuo, i uesiiAj, jauiiar xv, ic..
lu Clear Croek precinct, t ilurchltdou
Cullov's Uore, mouth of crctk, Wednes.
day, January 21, 1874. ,..,,
In Thehos precinct, at J. G, Roll-vine's
stnro.Tbehei, Thursday, January 22, 1874,
In Mania I'o product, al W. II. Anderson's
hturc. bmUFe. Friday Junuarv 23. 1874.
In dooso Island precinct, at O, Grcenley's
store,- Ooose Island, Saturday. January 1
III Dog Tooth precinct, at the houis of N,
Uuiisackcr, Tuesday, Jauuery .7, 1871.
In South Cairo prccloct, at tno ouice ol J.
Q. llurman, Cairo, Wediioulay, January
28. 1671. 1
In North Cairo precinct, at the court house,
Cairo, Thursday, January vt', 1874.
Section No. 161 of the amended revenue
law of this stato requires tbat lovy by the
collector upon the personal property of the
tax payer bo made for the uon-payment ol
personal taxes on or before tbe 10th day of
section No. 177, provides that utl taxes
upon real estate rcmalulog unpaid oa the
loth day ot March next, thall be deemed
delinquent. . , .
Tax payers will bear to mind these
changes, as the law will be rigorously en
forced. . .. ,
- Bo sure to .briug your title papers or
la.t years tax receipts with you, that bo er
rors In paying Uses may occur.
Albx. 11. Irvix, Collector.
Caiud, Ills. l)c..3l,ia;. riew-td
ltetsil Dealcr.i in
Wubkbah Mathew D. Gunter br hb sele
I mortgage dated October 7, 1873,' aadre
corded In volume Z of sale BaortguK m
page ill, in the Keroruera omceeiAiex.
aoder county, Illinois, conveyed te Use ma
ileniiened the following, to-wit: A teaae-
hold estate for the term ef Are (6) year, in
and to lots six (01, seven (7) aad eigkt (I), la
block inree (si in ibo nrs. auoiuon to raw
rlty of Cairo, Illinois. coBimeflciAf Karen f,
1871, undersold by virtue of a certtla Waee
hearing date, March 0. 1871, executed by I.
Stnata Taylor and Edwin Parsons, trustees
of the Cairo City Property to Peter A. Co
nnnt, and by said Peter A. CoaaBt, wins
written consont of said Tavler asM Pan
asnlgned to aald Mathew . Uualer en,
:iltt of Mar. 1872. together with all the
i prorcmcnta thereon, betongtafto the esM
Hunter of very kind and mature soever, la
ir lu ding mill fixtures, engines, boUersv ones
! and other fixtures appertaining and beloaf
ing to the mill building thereon situate; to
tpcure tbe payment or a certain piuealseery
, note In said mortgage specified : Now
! dor tho provisions ol said sale BMrtgsae, de
fault havinc been made la the Garment of
tee note therein mentioned, the undsrsisend
will offer said property for sale at aueieea.
to the highest bidder, for oaak,
at tbe court house door, Cairo, Illlaeie. at It
o'clock p.m. on SATURDAY THK itTM
DAY Or JANUARY, A, D. 1874.
llENRY L. lLALLtDAT,
Mortgagee aad Trust,
Green A Gilbert, Attorn) s,
Wurrkah, Mathew D. Gunter, bachelor,
by hl alc motgage, dated March 13th. 1171,
and recorded on page 87 of book Z of deede
in the Recorder's office of Alexander
county, IlllnolH: And, whereas, Matkew
1). Gunter and wife by their sale awrt.
gage dated July 7, 1871, and recorded oa
page 74 ot book . of deeds in the Recorder's
ollice ef Alexander county, Illinois, coa
veyed to tho undersigned, the following de
scribed lots and property, te-wit: Lot thirty-nine
(30) in block thirty-two (33) and let
twenty-one (21) In block eighty-two (83). all
, in me ll re l iuuiuvu vu mc ctiy ui vairv um.,
I AUo leasehold estate for tne tens of tea
. (10) year, In and te loU slxteea (18) aad
neveutocn (17), in block sixteen (M) ta the
I ... I n A J i
nrt addition to ino city oi veiro, miaow.
,)y lrU10 ;f a Mrtalll
I December B, 1870, executed by W. O. aad
, all and singular the buildings and tasprove-
m.nta .f Vnrv ItIimS ar .Itl ra iuirar
menta of evcrv kind or aatnre soever
situate on said lots, sixteen (16) and saves
teen (17) belonging to said Gunter, to-wit:
one dwelling house, oae store aad dwelling
houi-c, one mill building with mill nxtnree,
engine, boilers, burs and other fixtures ap
pertaining and belonging thereto, to secure
the payment of certain proBslsBCirywsrtoo ta
said two mortgages specified : Now, under
tho provisions of both ot tald sale Mortgages
default having been made la the paysaeal
of tho notes In them mentioned, the under
signed will offer said property for sale, at
auction, to the highest bidder, tor eask, at
the court house door. Cairo, IlUaeis: at I
o'clock p.m. on BATURUAy, TBUB NT
I DAY OF JANUARY, A, D. 1874.
Hbnry L. Uaixibat,
Mortgagee aad rrostee
Green it Gilbert, Attorneys.
I 10-l-3-20d "
AND DEALXR Dt
Kiohtu Stbbbt, BBTwnnr Wui
AIR) UOMMBBOtAL A'
Adjotsttsw BltSeasBMWM sMsel rr
, Imp She but er lil, Pork,. MaOkM Teei.
Umb, SaiMage. eta sad en fceSMmdw aem
iltiisBS In tho most aoeeptabU aaaaaee.
CITY NATIONAL BAB" K BVIBfiLRa.
larspetlal atUntlon paid to orders
teamhoats, night or day.
(Bueeraeor to Jaaiei K)nastoa,)
Udtcubu AVD Dbalbb in- ALL Xism or
! tGouro Nmaiawm amp PortAn tTf.
Cairo, iijjXBji. u T j .
Buys and slaughters only Use keet oattle,
koge and abeep, aad ie prefared to IB aay
iemand for fresh meats freaa oae ponad to
ten thousand pounds.
AJVP MiLUI m
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
Comer 10th street and Cesajnerelai arrewa
next door to the Hylaad salooB-
11.10 tf. CAIRO, ILIA
JAMES KYM ASTON,
AND DBALIB IV
ALL KINDS OF F1E8H MIATf
sTeor esrsr. TweatleUs nHvaed i
sa ore lad A toss wo.
Buys aad slaughters only Ue bee
Hon aad Sheen, aad ta aitnarad't'
lere for rjisk keata fim oae m,
ad nnunita. J
BBMI8, BRO., e i
Aoiktb OwWsi M ni
sx), m dale uvee. iMtej, Ik.