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f.CCAL WEATHEK REPORT.
(jKtlHVSR'AOrrlCC, CAIHO, nu , )
j . January 28, 10;ll p.m., 1-.74,
S Kareinctcr, 30:4ii degrees.
i Thermotnotcr, Si degrees.
Wind calm Velocity 0 mllci pr hour.
Weather clear
Maximum temperature lor lat 2t hours,
Til degress:
Minimum temperature lor tlielett 21 noun
2 d-irees.
l'rTlllB(Wind for last '24 hours, 8. II.
Tu'al number of miles traveled by win. I
luring last 4 kouri, UPl.
EDWIN Booth,
Observer Signal .Service, U. H. A
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
tcjiin iy :iAhY tkstiuuiiai u
R. S. MBLDRUM
TENDERED BY THE CITIZENS
OF OAIJiO,
MONDAY EVE JANUARY 2fi, 11171.
I'lillcuUi. In BUI- bf tha Hi
tvi siitit opu at UlU1IlS'J
COMMIMIUB MCRl'll ANT4.
d wrucs., n r cm
MATHUW A I'HL
A.NU GLNtlUL
I. 0 II H I j e I O !l M I! H r A II T 8
liKAl Th3 IN
ST.OTT: Q-RATi;':'
t -U-Y A. a I) WESTIW PI'.ODIJOE.
OUIO I.EVIT.
J". M. FHlLLll'a,
Porwftrding and Coiouiiijaion
i
MKKOliANT,
WHAitlr MUAT PKOFrtliiTOh.
pupiie! la toiwra ll klud. uf fraWbl
10 all pblUU.
fcu-U,rt- uunJed to bromidlv
FK TKK U IJ II L,
FLOUR MERCHANT
ii.-
.. i umhi i.Kveir,
V.'Otf. OA1HO, ILLlNultf
' A U TLWtUwoJ. l J.-Fbutawood
' TH1STLKWOOD A CO.,
iCuuui&Binif Mkbohikti
1 Uli.tw i.
,'fuoupi, cokn, oats may, etc
No 7- GUlo LEV at:,
U.UKf),
li-v ti
Il.I.INOU.
iiALLIDAY BROTHERS
GEN EKAL AGENTS
a at u i b to,
UEALERa JN FUVUR;
It I IHLit -l
(.rJio hi soil ASH KAZ'AWIU
7(1 Oli.O Lbvbi,
Jaiuo, Illimoje.
ioLE q, uaraau, cua. TUrupp
' JOHN Q. HARM AN A 00.,
i Nil -
VioI.LKOTOHd
COrtViCVANOKKa,
NOTAR1HH PIBL
fc'a&J I'iDa Agontior til I'lipoi cect
tliiTitnitlnn cn.l Uln.lllrlkitlliuil I'oui
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Mortii Cor. al P Ofcla Mim
OiIB0.IU.UIOU
THE BULLETIN.
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
A 5SOCIATK .lillticd McCrlta it in tli
1'akt.hich Wanted Seo hotlco In an
other place
Col.. Kuosr, luperltitcndent of the .Mil
liiilppi Central railroail, left fur St. J.ouU
yeiterday.
Hank (Jooiitka, Jr., welglilug tun and
a hair pound, arrivl in tliu ( it) uu
Wttdneiday,
t un a guild iijuaru tnual n o Harry
Wnlkoi' lettnuiant, ('oinuierc lal avbi
Lotwcvn and Ki(LtL ttrut lit.
'l a r. putieogor traiui on Lctli tl. lllln
oi Cntri.l and MiiiKiippI Cobtral tail
rcdi viut iCYbral l.ourt l.MnJ tima 5 1
Urdj
Jtr itccue.l and for tail t' U. trado
HO Urrtl uf rliolcEaily Item l'ota
toe. SrnATTo!! .t liip.r.
f.fi-24-Jt.
All. klbdi cf gaina rcr.iuntl; 011 L.iiJ
at Uiny Walker'i, (.'oinmsiclal a ibcna
lutnnD He.tlltb kL.I Kll.tL ilrifeta
II. I III.
Wi'iTED I'urtLcr witL i 100 in 1
ManutactiirmQ hutiiits', stapli at Flou
lJi 100 per cct. Addreis,
C a. Yam, fit)
. MonJay lait at (Joo;o III. ml, ill
Jatnn Mcl'teeten, a young man Id tL
ouiplay cf Mi ). Urorjleo, stild v.-bl L
icg tome moal vi& ctruck wltn paralym
in the lull fid?, and at latt aorounti vrai
till in a lilpl;i rondltion.
roh I'.tm nu 1 oiiiiiitrf ikl k(iiii4
biiu lar tcoru fuinuLed ui uc.furL.ULoi
uitabU for ilauplb tooii for ger.tleintn
at.d fcifu or two 4atlctnaa, Apply at
Hclmiix otJW. iC 1 1 i-l ni
Dun Al II o'clock yeiterday Loorti-
inC, Alice A , wife of Mr. W. II. "Walker
TLefuaral will take place ftoco l.er laU
residence at o clock tU aftuiLion ly
ipecial train to Ikoct. Grove cmbtery
Fribiidr and bcuaintaorei inritt l to at
tend
l)uu so Tbuuday clgtit lt.e .'Hoimtr
l.hJy I.ce delivered to tLu Cairo and
Vincrnnet railroad 24 Lalei of cotton, and
ty C oclck Friday trenloc tLirtycari
of ttu cargo, ('10 balbi) ucro loade.1 and
forwarded eait l.y tl.e National line, all
of which we coniidor quick work.
I'ue iltldrum benetlt to cotue 01! at
the Atheneuta on Monday evening, prom-
Iiti to to a lucceu. Mr. Meldrmn will
endeavor to do hit Lett, and if he doei
that, and wu have every reaion to toliete
be will, no one will have cams to rogret
having attended the entertainment
Ma, EhVi.v Maxwell, tLu treat "oil
man ' Lo doe tuiineu at 71'J North
Main itrevt, .'it. Ijiiii1 wa. a former a roi-
idont of thin city. Kor your suppllti of
oil, bitliur hurnliit; or machinery und
him yuur ordri. KuiiiciiiUr the itreel
and numlier 7l No th Main ttreet.St.
l.OUH.
1'mhK wu it special calliyi term of tho
county court held In the county coutt
room yeiterday afternoon, .fudge Droit
and Anociate McCrito hin preient.
Uningtothe abienra of Aiiociate Mar
rhildon the court adjourned until thii
inorninc at 0 o'clock, when It U etpci ted
La will he in attendance.
I'iRiviR Want!., A cenileuin
without capital, hut with several years
etperienco aud thoroughly aiuainted
with the Lueinc", n di-jiroui of loriuin
a partudihlp in the Hide, Fur and
Leather UiaintiH in CY.tr 0, with luino one
who can furnish a capital of lay ii',000.
Addreii, draor'."i7. - V. t-lM-tf
W. II. l.YNN, Decatur; li liohino,
Ohio; i'hil B Field, Uolconda; F II I'ayne,
Louisville; Wm Kllli and Lady, Arkan
iar; W M Philllpi, Salom, Mauatbuietti;
A S Carter, MarietU, Ohio; A Hwar.y,
New York; J. B. Middleton, Chir.go; .1
O Killingsworth and V J Ilulit.a, .St
Lculd, were among tho arrival u the St.
CcatUi hotel yeaterday.
Tiii: laft.tr uliop u on tLx vrur of
Eighth itreet and Commercial avenue
where .1 Uooige .StiurihuuiA with hii en
tleiaanly aiiiUaati can he found l auy
hour of tho day r night, readv to oot'ie
your fueling! with a imoatU bhave, or cool
your Utap&r and LrJ with u ooJ nhani
poo It Ua r.rit'flau dhop, and jou are
lure of rrCor. Iiijj tliit'Claii- tretment.
Ladies' and chlldrau't Lir nut or cuilea
kftii th: iuc.it approved ttylm t lf-tf
Mb. K.rt, Mbldbdu, late of the Fanny
Frice combination, it itill in the city, and
on Monday eveoiug ueit will recbive a
beneut at lht handi of a uumler of ecu
tUoiiii ot tho city who have taken the
matter in hand. Mr. Meldruru wa one
of the leading attractions ot the troupe
with which ho wai associated, and during
their itay hero umde many warm friends
Wo hope hit benefit may prove a iucceij,
i'articulare to-morrow.
Coujuv Couut. Criminal. Tho pen.
plovi. Buck "Yllliami, ullai Wllllami.
Larceny; ploa not guilty, and raieaet for
trial thlj nigrnln(: at 9 o'clock Civil.
The city of Cairo vi. Ohio levee lott. Mo.
lion to quaih tervice; leave granted to
amend tho coiumlialonur'a attldavit, and
the motion at to publication overruled.
ProLate lteuher Hmitli vt. oitate of F.
Ulanketilertf, deceased. Fartlee approved,
proof heard, and Judgment rondercd
agalnt. thu ettato In tho sum of 1; 16, to be
of taventh clua. claim.
Tuc exerntea I nut night at the high
icbool by tho claiiei in Ainoricau History
were very lino and relief t great credit on
Mr. Alvord, Mitt .Stocking and Mist
Froncu, The reading by thu young ladles
was In excellent taste. Their pronuncia
tion clear, lound and distinct enough to
be beard In the moil distant parts of the
Urge school room. The poems, "Battle
of Bunker Ulli" end, scimethlog about
Colutnbui end Three Days, (we could ne
THE CAIRO DA1JL-Y
quite cttih thoiukjict) !a qutlity.quasll
ty and r.f.sssr cf icadisg, iutt:d -ji ci'
rtly. Than there hii the cauilc and the
ilnglng--"Tbeicng of a Thouiand Yean,',
solo and t'horui, would Tiaat repeating iev
cral time.
AVo took a few notei of the teener, adi,
ongi, lubjecti and namei of actors with
tho Intention of writing a notice ol the
drama, luch none ai it is really entitled
to, and will if our chronic diieaie, pro
crantlnalion, doei not hold potcession of
ui until it li too late I
fok saYkaFa"haiTgain
llot'tod iudow, with or without
glaii. Knqiilre corner Thirteenth and
Walnut atreutK. 4LIS-2W
NOT! OK T7l)IUYMEN.
All draymen are hereby notlCd.1 not to
lake any of roy freight from any depot ot
whMfboat unleu l,y my written order
Without tLat I will not pay either the
freight or dray age. A, STrouori .
Cairo, January 22, ls7l. 5S-Ct
MOT10E.
All tUm.i kgalmt It. A, Cunningham
101.it be presented to ine lor adjmtuient
on or before Monday, Jacualy 20th at 10
o clonk a. m There will be a meeting of
the creditori ot that hour at thu ull'if of
.MalbilH &Uhl.
02 l iiri.-it '.. U, .M a riiti.
lioncJET
Swine 11 hereby IvuQ tLut my
wife. Mir. Jul, Flnley, having,
without ca,uie oi ptofocation, left my bed
and board, that T will not Le rwpoziiiLla
for any debti the may contract in my
name. Ji. Fimlit
f'Air.,, January 21!, U7X eO-2J.2t
"UaMe.buf.neh
tor rials, lame pattern and taiV.o M
that now in uie at the city national Link;
it entirely new, having hotn in two only
01.0 V4cek and had only tinea Urea made
in it. It may be teen at my room in Trie
But LLTi:r liuliJin Heater, for tell
ing li a dtilre to burn wood ir.sUad ol
;oal. C t 1-24 it E, A Hcknktt
FOH3ALB. t
Tho IMtorifc. of two lioilttc, (nb 'J4
test Ioul',"3 Inch Dram, 'i M Inch Flues
with tiro fronti. Mud and Steam drums
Safuty and Mud alv.:-, Cinmni-y and
Britchic, all ccicpUta and in Urct-filiis
order, bevo U(d Cnly thrue loonthn. For
prii , ttc , inijiiiie ol .1. T. Hiukic,
i - l it Vuliitn Iron Work.
FOB .SALE.
I will Sell my homo and let on Commer
cial avenue above Fourth street (lot ".i
Lick t,) ht a bargain. Thd homo con
tain! Linn large rooms, including a larg.)
bar-room. To any one awlihing to pur
chase I will tell on good Wrras and My
paymentl. Wll. Mrl'ohvttrK.
10 dA.w 1 111
run .SALE.
On Hovciith tlreet, Cairo, Illinois, one
of the niott beautitlll homesteads In the
city, consisting of two lots hand'oiiK ly
enclosed, tet with -llowsrs, evergreens
hriibbo, Jec ; a well built and neatly
fuoLh.-d cottage containing seven roomr,
culler, cistern, nood house, wah house,
bath hotiiHund coal house, with gas and
every coiivrnionce. Apply to
John' . Uahmon .v Oo,
Ueal Kitate Agents.
.Innilar), l!)7l. .w-:Miu
a dm 1 nlstj:7tor .sale.
On Wednesday, .lanwury 2stti, at 10
o'clock a.m., on the premises of the late
Fred Blank-jnberg, corner ot Fourteenth
tret and Washington avenuo, one piano,
one horse aid spring waijon, harness and
one saddle, and ICO litlles of Catawba
wine, nnd other hrtioles. Terms -a 1
amounts over on sir month- credit.
with 'it per relit, interest.
V. Kukmuyek, Administrator.
1). 11 AhTUAM, Auctioneer. 07-24 it
WOULD NEVKIt I'SJ-fTHEM.
If persons wero awf.ro of the injurious
character of most Baking I'owdurs now
for aale in ivury town in our country
thoy would nevor us.i them. A baking
powder to be good and wholosome cannot
bo made by ignorant persons, who know
no more about the chemical rmnbiuatlons
necessary for inch results than a school,
boy. Tho only good Baking Powder pre
pared by carol ill manipulation lrom pure
materials Is Dr. Price's Cream, not a grain
of substance in it not found in tho sys
tem. And for his .Special Flavoring Ht
tracts, we have only to say that they aro
the rin.--t, ptiiuit, and best to b4 found in
this or any other country. Ju21d.Vwlw
THE ST. CHAKLfid HOTEL.
The iindorslgnei having resumed the
management of the above hotel, Uu.t by
strict attention to business, to the wants
and comforts of their guests, to merit the
renewed favor ot their old pation and the
traveling public in geiieial
The Saint Charles will at once undergo
a thorough renovation, and ho uuinh Im
proved In all its appointments.
Good sample rooms and special rates for
commercial travelers.
All baggage for guests conveyed to and
from the hotel free of charge.
JewxttWilcux jc Co., I'roprl&turs.
tf
ASSIONEF.9 NOT 1 01!.
Notice it hereby given to the creditors
of Hobert A. Cunningham, that ho has
made tin assignment of his property to
me, with full power to collect his debtt.
1 think I can correctly stato that hit pro
petty will bo amply sufticlent to pay all
existing debts against him, If the eiponiet
of litigation can bo avoidod, All persons
having claims agalns hi in will ploase call
and present their accounts to mo,for adjust
ment, and all persons indebted to him will
pleaso call aud settle at onco and cava cost
as my desire It to settle his all'alrs at tho
earliest possible moment.
.. D. MATHUfW.
.Ur.11 try if, 1871. r.fWO.ct
Noviok Is hereby given that I will pay
no bills for good told to any of the em
ployes of Tub Oaiho IIui.i.ktiu, oHhor
or themselves or lor the use of the otUoe
unleie the same are furnished on an order
Mgned by Mr, Burnett or myself.
l'.'.VO-l
B0LL1CTIN, SATURDAY,
rortl.lin
AKRtTAI S
and depiiriurei for tho li hours tcJIr.t' at c
I), in. Uet evenlui; -
.Sttamer F 1' Oracey, Columbus
" Jim Fitk, I'aducah
Idlewild, Kvantville
" AVarncr and bargot, Ciccl&nal!
" Fcytona and bargee, CiBclnnali
" Thompson Dean, Now Orloacs
" Henry Ames, Now Orlosns
.St. Joseph, St. Louis
" Jeo, Ktnoey, St. Loui'.
tiEHAhnn.
'iteainar F I' Oracoy, Columbus
" .fas. 1 ilk, I'aducah
" Idlewild, Kvantville
" I'eytona and Largos, N. O.
' Ashland, Memphis
" Thompson Dean, Cinctbnali
" L'enry Amet, St. Louis
" 'A. Joseph, Moraphit
' Jeo liinney, Vicksburf,
TOE RIVEKJ,
The decline in the Ohio river ynterdy
was twenty inches, The condition of the
Mississippi li about the sarao at at kit
report. Only ihe lightest drift boats ran
iu,w llott in the stream
YeiUrJn was a wrm and pleasant
day, though the struts wat very muddy.
Business remains unchanged.
Tho BshUnd tool 100 loos freight for
Memphis.
The St. Joseph coouog out of the Mis
sissippi found a change in the channel at
Liberty Tsland. It is n.-.w down the Mis
souri shore live feet.
The Foytonia and barge.: pnved Pout1'
without landing yeiterday
The ldluwiid brought 21 Lbls whisky,
:'.0.bbls Hour, .4 bbls pstatooi and iCO ks
corn.
' The Tooiupscn Dean hi,s C50 tons sugar,
molasses, etc., for the Ohio river.
The Henry Ames brought 22 hbda su
gar for the Iilinolt Central road, CO hhds
do for the Cairo and Yincennes r&ad, and
hat 3C0 hb.1r, 61 bbls and lUi tacks sugar,
CO halts mots and Cu bbls rice for St
J,ouli.
Thu John Menns will get away this
morning with 2400 tons for New Orleanj.
The Warner and barg-s arrived hero
yeterdAy u,J will 11 out here if it takes
all winter, iiho has a larre amount rf
freight already.
Tho Foullne CktiAll suited tor St.
Louis yesterday.
Tho rfcudder is oil the bar at M.eOp
Island r.cd will bo out this morning.
-1FEOIAL LOCAL NOTICES.
Tue European hotel, Harry WnlVer
proprietor, ,e o,vin at all hours of the
night. U-7-lru
Foh ca and steam titling go tu I'.ui
nlo'e Vulcan iron works, Commercial
avenue, fool of Ninth street y-10-tf
Tkn pounds of brovm sugar for ilj 6
pounds b-it coiTee sugar at 1 ; -I pounds
of choice butter at SI ; 10 cents for lard;
imperial ti at il ; Fotatoei "io ecu per
peck ; apples 4.) rent', at Wilcox's block
-2-ti.
- Mrs. E.K. Workman oilers her serv
ices to thu ladles of Cairo and vicinity et
a teacher in the art cf making Wax
Flowers. For tonus and specimens, sho
refers to Barclny's prescription drug store,
corui-r Eighth strcitt hiid AVihingtori av
enue, where orders tor Flowers may also
be left. Ladies wishing lessons will plead
leave their iiddre" at tho store or give
notice through post otlicj drawer No.
25.J, Cairo, Ill. il-l.ii-lm
SoMr.riu.vo .Nkw.--I heva improvud
and perfeutou a new process I17 which tho
Ferrotype i brought out equal to the best
Photographs, fLd mora durable. I 'op Us
from paintings and engravings made fully
equal to tho original In appearance, thu
lights and shades brought out with re
markable noiiearauc., to that nothing
surpasses thu beauty and natural expres
sion of the picture. And in fact any old
pictures are copied by this process so as to
look at well or better than the original
picture. Those having old pictures or
ehoice paintings or engravings for pres
ents, cannot do bettor than avail them
o ves of this remarkable Improvement.
J.J. Tnoiiis, Photographer,
Corner ot f'igtitb street and C01nmorcl.1l
avenue I'.'-'Mf
THE SOUTH I'jRN HOTEL.
MKi. T. N. UAPPNEY
Takes pleasure In announcing to the pub
lic that she has taken possession of thii,
popular and convenient hotnl on the Ohid
Levee, and that she hat JtEKUUXlsn in
and Kt:.'ovATRu it In many respects, and
is now prepare'! to accommoaato tho pub
lic with good faro, good rooms, good bods,
nnd nverything necessary to, and usually
found In a flrst-clai establishment.
Thankiul for past patronage, tho hopes to
merit its continuance.
jJ-iV llay hoarders received at reasona
ble rates. 6'J 1.2u-lru
I.UU-BttK.
WHtTKCUliiiAKl'liANINUMIIils
n sA t.s r.Htt, i...lKinr,
ts.sl.aa la
11 aud ao mw iiUMNKrt
iUU
t-A I'll, HtllflULKa UKIIAit I'O.llri
IHJOUa, (JABli, 0L1NDH
a
ilHOKIlri HOLtCiTKD.
B T K A M U 0 A T Ll If (J U It,
fuialabeJ en aJaerlsslnollae,
jomiouiulal avenue, between 'i'uuth and
Klevonth streete
o a i kqi xxiTixa-roxta.
A.J.ltOK, M.l).
Oitioo over Thorn X Bro'e. grocery atore,
No.liU Commeiv lal avenue, corner i'lghth
ttreet, Hesldence comer Vi ashlnntou aye.
JANUARY 24, 1874.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
node.
IIoji t.-.ton hind, nn.t lor Silo a Urge
quantity nf oak and hickory rrood, cut and
spill, and ready fnr the tr-. AUo at
kinds nl coal which will bo delivered In any
part of th-) city on thort notice. Leovo or
deM at coal yard, on Commercial avenue,
oppolto Klovcntli mrcct. Dec. C-3m
l Olt SALE.
The well-known builncfi stand ol C'tistcad
.V Provo, at the moutli.of Clcarcrcck, Alex
atulcr county, IlHcoln," situated in one ol
llietlncst agricultural district of the West,
and With a vell-etnhll-hcd trade, 'fill i Hill
ie lound u urc opportunity lor au Miorgotii'
bUktoess utau,
The premises omlt or a .toic 'J0X40 lt
a dwelling or tight rooms, well furnished
atd conveniently airangcd, good cUtemn
and all necessary out-bulldlngs, and one
acre, of UnJ. Term liberal, Apply or
eduresi, Wm. CUsrEiD,
12-Mm. ilAw. riepairree l.iudlnf, ills.
rli
rli
iiool and thoe laaU(-r,Twru lislicrt, be
Iwi'eu Washington avi-iiiir uu.l Poplar
Ulcc-l.u prepared to m ike Loot anu stioeu
in the httrpl knit most fashionable styles.
He will make Ihem to order, old or new
st)lce to ult custom, out or tho Vis .uid
fre'hrst ktorl., of which he always 'ImsJ
jfo.ni lupply on hand Tioiu which to mil.e
U'lcctlons. All llttl nf; or Loot and shoe
inaile by .Mr. Lblew 1 dono In his own (.hop
-no rorriju rutin belii..utd by hlro,
OH M In 111 a call, and lie w ,11 jh,. you t.tlL.
far.ttou
taxi:?!.
, I will uttn.il ill the following times and
p'iccs In tho K'veralpreclnru In this county
in conformity with law, lor the purpose
ol receiving the Mate ami county tni s for
the year a- follow, lo.mt:
In Cnlty precinct, at the house of Wl'llam
HolUm, Monday January 19, 171.
In ll.vlewood prccinrt, at Dr. Jnnce' store,
Toledo, TiichUj ..lauunry 20, IS. I,
In (.W.r I'rcel: jirorlnct, tit .Mnn-hihlou A
:ullev'i noro, mouth of creek, We.lnc-
itav, January '21, liili.
lu Thcbc- precinct, al J 11. KollwinK'.-)
storc,Th-l,cy, Thunid.iy, .lanuary '22, 1S7L
In Santa I '0 picclnct. at V. li. Atidcron'e
etore, fjanta J'c, Friilny Jsmwr) 1P74.
In ooos Island precinct, at O. Urt'enley's
-tore. Gone I'land, iiuttirdav, January
2(,lis74. ' '
In Dog Toolh iircclnct, at thrt hou-p of N.
flunsackor, 'I'ticxday, .laniwry '27. Ia7l.
In South Cairo prcdnct, at tnc oaioe ol J.
. Herman, Cairo, Wodnodav, January
In North Cairo precinct, at the court hoiiso,
Cairo, Thursday, January '.H. 1S7I,
Section No. lr.i of the amended rcveiiiii
law of thin Maf' rqulr". that l.lvy by the
collector upon the pernonal propeity of the
ta pa)eriio made tor tho iiOu-paymnt ol
.oronal taxes on or bploie the 10th day of
.March next.
Section No, 177. provid.'s thai all
upon u-al Male ifinafiiluic unpaid on the
Kith day of Maitli uext, eliall be ileeuied
d-liuqui'lit.
Tax payer- will l.i-nr in mind thrso
changes, us the l.iw will h vloruiisly in
forced. '
VI!1 "iltn lolhrlng nur title iiiier or
lt ycow tax receipt, with iu, that no tr
ior. 111 paying trnceii may occur.
Alex. II. Iiivin, Collector.
( Allin, Ills. Dec, 111, 1.17:!. ditwtd
OBSTACLES TO MAR1U AGE
Happ) leher for young men from tlm el-feet-ol
errors and itliU'es In early life. Man
hood restored. Impediment- to marriage
w.....i. Nowjnulliodoltreatmi.'iit. New
ami leinarkuhlo rcmedle". Hook-, and t lr
.Ular M'lit free, In healed envelope. Ad
UrenH, Howard Ar-nielatloii. No. 2 South
Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa.-nti iii'tltu.
lion having u lilli reputatlou lor honorable
oinuiiei aim iiroiosoualaklll. 10-trl d.tttllm
TBL'STKE'S A1.K.
Wiikkes Malhew D. (ninlerliv lil- wile
liiuili;ago dated sictnhrr T. 1ST-," and re
corded in voluino . of Mile iiiorlg5i'- 011
pnso 111, In the Itecordcr'-i ottlco t)t Ales,
aiidor countr, Illinois, conveveil to the uu-
uen-ignea me loiiowing, to-wit : A Icijc.
110111 e-iaiu loriunierm 01 live (&) ujrH, in
iinu in ioin si.v (iij, spven ui rtiiu cigni iM), in
oioeK lureu j iu mc nrt summon to tue
city of Cairo, Illinois, coMiimncInR .March t,
IS. I, under und by virtue of a certain li'c
huailngiliite. March 'J, ls7l, executed by -J,
StaaH Tuvlorand Edwin ParMiiu. tui.ntee-
of the Cairo Cltv Property to Peter A. Co
uant, and by said Peter A. Conaut, with the
written consent or Mid Ta) lor and l'Mr.iODs',
aligned to said Jlathew 1, (iunteroii (lie
:ilt ot .May, lt72, together with nil thu Im
provements thereon, belon.qiiig to tlio .uld
(lunter of eveiy Kind and nature .-oever, ln
cludim; mill fixture, engine", hoileis hurt
and other llNturcs appertaining and belong
ing to th mill hulldiug thereon sltu ile; to
secure the paymetilol 11 certain piomlory
note In s.ild mortgago iocllled : Now un
der the provisions ol .-aid salu luoilgage, de
fault having been made In the pavuioiit or
tee untctheielu mentioned, thcuudeniiKnfd
will offer aald property for ale at auction,
to the highi'-t bidder, for easli,
at the coin t houe door, Cairo, Illinois, at 2
o'clock p.m. 011 SATUKDAY TUK 21111
DAY OF JANFAHY, A, D, 1S74.
llKNItV l llALLIHAV,
Jlottg igee and 'I'm. lee,
I ire en A (.llberl, Attorney-.
II Ml-ir.d
TIHTaTKK'S SAI.K.
WKUId'AH, Mathow D. Ouiiter, b.uhelor,
by hiirale inotyaj-u, datod March 1.1th, lt71,
and recorded on paeju 07 of hook 7. of deeds
lu tho Iteeorder'fc ollicc of Alrvaudsr
county, Illinois: Aud, whereae, Mathew
il. Hunter aud wife by their tale moil
gaifo dated July 7, 1S71, audiecordod 011
page 74 ol hook .of deeds iu thu Koeordcr's
oillce of Alexander county, Illinois, con
veyed to the uncUrnlcned. the fullowlnc dt.
scribed lot aud properly, to- It : Lot thlr
ty.iiliiu til'J) in block thlitytwo (P.2) and lot
twonty-oni) (21) In hlocl: eighty-two (S'2), all
In the tlrtt addition to the city ot Cairo Ills.;
Ahon leasehold oitatu.for ton trim of ten
1 lil) jeais, lu unit to lots HMeen (H.) mid
-nvi'iitcru (17), in block sixteen tlOt lu the
ntM addition tu the city ol Cairo, Illinois,
commencing December ft, ti;o, under anil
by viitno of a icitalti leavi hearing datr
December r, 167U, oxeeuted by Y. C. und
II. C. John", trusteei for Wm. Maitui,
to the said Mathow I). Ounler, togother with
all and Hlngiilar llm buildings and liiiprou
menu of every kind or nature poover
Bltmile on said loin, Hl.vtceu (ill) and soveii.
teen (17) belonging to said Hunter, to-wit-0110
dwelling liou-e, ouu i.foi e and dwelling
bouo, one mill building with mill iKtures,
ciiglue, bnilrn, biii'e anil other lixtures up
perlaliilngaud bolouging tlieicto, to eecuie
thn payment of certain promUxory uoten in
said two mortgage, spccilled : Now, under
the provisions of both or laid miIu inoitgnjtia
dol'aull tutting been mado In thu payment
of thu noten In thorn inuiitloned, Ihe uiiiler
signed will oiler said property fur sale, at
auiitlou, to the highest bidder, iprcai, -
tho eouit housu door. Cairo, I"1 ,f
o'clncl: p.m. nu HATI'IHM Y. THE 211 II
HAY OF.IANI'AUY.A. D. M7I.
IU.NIIT- I.. llAI.LtliVV,
.Mortgage' and rru-ue
ilreiiu A Ollluiit, AltornrJH.
10-l-il-2)d
A DM I N I ST'lt ATOIP.S NOTICE',
t.-tatool Frank I'.WllllamM.deceascil,
The undersigned having been appointed
Administrator of thu eM.Me or Frnuk L.
Williams Uto olthu county of Alexander
aud State ot Illinois, ilcccaxeil, tivrehy (fives
uotico that bit will appear before tho counlv
eourt ol' Alexander county, at the (Joint
House In Cairo, ut I lie February term, on
the llrd Mnuday In February next, it t which
time all portion having claim against haIiI
estate, are notl lied and requested to attend
lor the purposo of having tun pamo adjusted,
All poraous liiilobtfld to Mid Mate are re
quested to make Immediate pnjmrnt to tho
undirslgncil.
Dated tlil.i 22nd day nf Dereiulier, A. D,,
lhTU, Baml'i, WAi.iKiid, Administrator,
moss &
Wholesale aud
MIMEBY fiW
HOME MADE CANDIES,
HO. m WASHIlieiOM AVEHUE,
betwein 10th and llthjls.)
CAIRO
t'l -l-23-3m.
- -
airr s onsikipi'
POSTPOOTMENT!
4th Grand Gift Concert
I-or the bouetit ol the
PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KY.
0 F.R A .MILLION IN HANK.
Success Assured !
A Fl I.I. DBAWLNt. CERTAIN
ON TUESDAY,3lslof MARCH NEXT.
IN' order to meet the general wish and
evpeefatlon or the public and ticket hold
ers for the full pa) incut of the magiilrlccnt
L'ilts, announced for the Fourth Grand Gilt
roiicert of the Public Library of Kentucky, j
miuaKeuieui usi u ouieriuiucu 10 post-I
pone the Concert and Drawing until
TUESDAY, tho Clint of March 1871.
They have already realized I
OVKRA MILLION DOLLARS 1
And have :i eteat maliy agf nu )el In haw '
from.
No doubt Is enteitalned of the le ot
overy ticket belorp the dranlng, but
whether all arc Fold or not the drawing will
poflthely and unequivocally tako place on
thn day now Hired, and II any remain un
sold tliev will tin rAnenllil ri.ut (1ia nrlraa
will bo reduced iu proportion to the unsold
ticket-.
OnlyC0,r0 ticket-tixve been iiud,.iiid
1C2.000 OJSIH: C3 T1TrSFi
'
$1,500,000
will be dlstllbuted smoli;; tue ticket btihl.
elK.
The tlckctx are printed In coupons of
tenths, and all trietlocal part will he repre
ented In the drawing jnt as whole tickets
are.
Ll!T OF (It KT.,
One tlratnl Cash l.ilt $2.V) OOt
tine Grand Cah (iltt lw) 000
One Grand Cah Girt K) uu)
One Grand Cash Gin 2.'. oou
Ouu Grand Cash Gift 17 fjoo
10 Cash (SifLs aiO.OOO racb 100 000
.'ID C'ah Giltri ri.OOO each, . .. l.'OOO
fs) Cash GlttH I Ouu each.. . . M 000
Nl I 'ash (Win oOOcaeli... . 40 000
100 l':i,h Oiria 4Wleacll 40 000
1.SI (V.nh Girta ItiAl cucll . . . . 4.) 000
'A'si Cash Gifts 'JOOcAch .. li) 000 .
o2.'. C:i'h GIIIm lOOoach .'r2 600
1 l.OoO Cai-h Gill- AO each f.lO 000 .
Total, 12,010 Gifts all CaUl, amount- j
in to $i floors)
The eliauee- for u Gilt are a4 oue lo lite. 1
I'llICK or TlfKKTr).
Whole tleketi
Halt en
Tenths, or faeh'.HiiipBti
It Wholu licket for
tl Tickets for
r.o no
2."i 0t)
1, ooo 00
11.: Whole ticket Id I-
ll.'.KK, (HI
Wliole tleketi lor
lo.ooo 00
No discount on U.- than woitli ol
tleketn.
The Fourth Gilt concert will be conducted
lu all rcpn'tw, like the three that have al
ready been srlvoit, and lull paitlculars may
lie leanied from circulars which will be hjM
free from kbls ollicc to all who apply for
them.
Order lor llckels and amillcatioii for
agencies will bu attended to luthu order
they are received, and It is honed tliev will
nu kui in pioinptiy. tiiat tiiero maybe no .
dlapoIiilmeut or delay iu filling all. Lib-I
er.it term arc glvcu to those who buy lo sell
again. All agentu am premptorially re. ,
quired lo cettlo iqi their account.! and c-
turn all unsold tleketd by ihe20th day of'
March. THOS. K. BUAMI.rrm:.
Agent Public. Llbreiy. Ky., and Manager ol
Gilt Concert, J'ubllii Library bulldiug,
i.ouisviuu, ivy.
I.AH YUlSS.
WILLIAM .1. Al.LKN,
ATTOItNlilY AT LAW1
CAIRO, 1 1.LINOlti.
oitleeovor FirslNatlonal hank. iidn.iu
HAAlUMIj I4. WIIKKLKK, .
ATlTiUNKV k t.'illlNSKI.OIl AT LAW ,
OA UtO, lLl.lNOIfl.
(lltiu ovel Fil-t National bank. U1U)U ;
U'llt.... I
null ii , null- r j .
MHLKVY
A HUN,
AT LAW
ATHHtNEYS
o OA I KG, IlilitNoiM. I
Gillie: KljiUtll htleel, betWnlill I'oiiilliul
clal and
V f.Pl.1 U lull aVtLllul.
r,-n tf.
URIORN & OIL1JKRT,
ATTOItN It Yd
(JOll NBKLOItri AT LAW,
WillUm II, wu. I
Wlllisul II UIILSll,
OAlhu, tn.lt.oiu.
nil., f.dnt.erl,
'. J
Sr dpnoiKl attvolloi) aIh A.ii.iU.iif auJ
sl.ami.uat l.Hnius. s,
airirioi
"'rirrjrrHA'-r " n,,vm
1L1LU1' ' ia!l' I 1
K.U4 KtlTATK AUaUfOV.
0. WINSTON 4 (30 t
KM AL KIITATK AG SNT8 i
AIIOTIONKKItrt,
71 (mii'iihii ri.ouu) onto Ltsy-lks, , ,
liAlllO, ll.lil,,
11HV AND Mai.l. RttaL K-iTAYI, I
PAV TAXK3,
FUMNlriU AWi'PUAUi-rt Glr Tl'I'Lkt
TiiMM;
Jtctail JDciIcm Sn
A. VI)
- ILLINOIS.
UWCMMMm
JACOB WALTER,
B'CJTCHHB
Aiiu t.aALaii Irs
r'H KSH MEAT,
8ioutu riraisar, Baiwira W-aiKUtaTja
AUD OOMMIBOIAL ATsOnXU,
AajotBltiC Mlttaatsease astl Ltustiya
Hop itu bt cr , Pork, Mo-Sou Vtat.
Umii, Sauaaci,, ato., mi ar frjMresl to trr4
iltisdDi la tha motl accaptatlt maaaor.
PHIL. HOWARD,
STEAMBOAT BUTCHER
t.lTX KAIIObtA.1. oAHE BCIXDIIS).
SkTdpeclal attentlou paid to orders from
taamhnata, i.Ubt or day.
JOHN SMITH,
(riu.:tetur to Jmis IfjxAttoc,)
UUiOHMd AtVD D KALIS 1M Alt, &UTC0 Qt
Fbbsh MiAia.
.COhMhji NuonahTU amd Voyua m
1 CAJliO. ILUNW18.
- ttuH a" alaugtttere only tie beat eallle,
!ogi and sheep, and U prepared te tui u;
I Jeuaud for freth meats trota one pound tw
I ion thousand pounds.
U YLAND ft SAUEB,
I --J f-I?-IlE3C!jS3I2;t3
ihU btiAUSka US
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
UY' KV-Y.DWCHlrwiTON,
Cotuor loth street and Cenuturclal aTenu
uu it door to tie llyland taloort,
11-11 tf. CAIKO, ILLS.
JAMES KYN ASTON,
BUTOHBR
ANIl DKALKR IK
AIiL KIN D.S OF KRK8H MKATS
Stf fur, l'suslaik Nsrsset aat tiutu
suctrlaU Avsaat,
Uua and aUughUn only Use heel Cattle,
Bogs and Sheep, and la prepared to nil or.
Jerri for KluSIl Meat' tram ntia La fan (Sum.
I .J'ouinia. 7.att
"F'O'R, a.1,32
Ur TBI
CAIRO CITY GAS CO.
2000 bushels of
OOK'B.
Delivered in any part of the cltv
Twenty-live bushels I'orTVVO DOLL AH!
19 1-O-liu 11. T, QXROtTLD, Stint,
r ,
1IOOII BINBIM.
PATBON1ZK
BULLETIN BINDERY,
w'on.sr Twslfth gtreet and Wunbajftan At
J. 0. HUELS.
(t.ite of St. Louis,)
PROPRIjITOK
BOOK BlNDKIt AND BLANK B00I
li AN U KAOT U HER.
lUVNK ItOOKHore-rarvdeieili.Unn.l.io.
j With ueatnesa and dispatch. Ail kinds et
rtlllll ilOnu ft! Shflt tmllAa S4IS.Iab -SJ,ift4n
1 at the lowest potelbl rates; - t r
Con my work, such us lUvords, Doikat
, fVo Books, Blanks, etc, made a specialty.
Boxes, Pocket Buuks,Kiivelopt, rtc., madis
, lo older. ll-lH,
K. .MAXWELL St CO.,
j Manufacturers and Dealer tu
MACHINE & BURNIG OILS
ana
AXLE GREASE.
Also Agents tor the
celebrated globe
AND
LUBRICATING OILS.
'N'0, 7U'' Not"' iU,ue
,22-d.tw4ui.
II KM I H, 11KO., k 00.,
BAG MANUPACTURERa
An in Yd HoviOoi-rotfMiiu
NO. w Ohio Uvea, QtUat IBt,

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