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LMAL WIATHBR REPORT.
Omutii'i Opkick, Cairo, III.. )
.Urcli 13, 10:11 p.m., 1874. J
Thermometer, .17 degrees.
Wind N. K Velocity 8 miles per hour.
MaadaseW tottMratare lor ImI 24 hour,
43 degrtetT 1 '
MinlmM tOBsaereture lor the lasts hour,
PrevaMn;'wlnd for lait 24 bourt, N. I',
ToUl number of mllei traveled by wind
during lut S4 hour, 'i 10.
Observer Signal Service, II. H. A.
ILLINOIS OKNTuATi "A! !:'AD.
riUI.SH LKAVK CAIRO.
Mall t 'X:'M a.m.,.,.., lully.
fttpreiial :i;ix) p. ui '
Freight at 4:00 a.ui,, .except Sunday
Freight al 11. a.m.,..,.
Freight at,.... 4:00 p.m.,. .
Ull .1 o.tr. . i,i II.IU-
i:ilreVat p.aa except Sunday
h.' i . . ...1 p. ... . . . . i, ,
Freight at .7:10 p.m., except .Monday
Freight at 10:05 p.m...... " "
UK J.lT-tf. JAMBS JOUNSON. AgSlit.
TUB CAIRO AND VINUKNNKS
chaxuc or rim:.
On and alter Sunday, February i!.!, 1871,
tialaa will run aa follow:
tiro, leuvo ,. fi:) a.m. .V.O.'i .,m.
.Mound City, leave Ctfli " US: "
Vienna, brave l!:i:i " S:'i7 '
MarrUburg, leave .. . H:lll " ll:4:i '
Norrl City, leave. ..tel.. " lill imi,
Canal, arrive fi:.rt " H:.ir. "
at ml, leave 10:00 " l;l.i a:m.
(Irayvlllo, Imvi- 10:40 " r.:.v.
Mount Carnn-1. leave ...llf.M ' 7:0 "
Vlnceuiien, leave li!:if. i.t. O-WI "
1 1, & M. Jiinciliiii, an Ivcr.':."',
(..t.M. Junction, leave.. 7:15 A.M.
Vinceiiiies, leave.... "S5 " 7:00 p.m.
MouutCarmel, leave,... fj;TJ " .no "
Urayville, lean- !i;in " )0;i7
Cartnl, arriv- 10:(ki ii::!H
Carinl, leave 10:10 " fi:ir, a.m.
Norrii Cltv. leave 10:44 " 7:11
Uarriiburgh, leave 11:4.1 " H:ll '
Vienna, leave 1:17 p.m. 1!!:1.1 P.m.
.Mound City, leavn '.Ml " ;i:10 "
'lro, arrive 3;(i:i " :i:tn "
MOUND OITT ACCOUMOI'ATION.
Leave Cairo at 11UJ0 a.m. and &:!.' p.m
I eave Mound City at KM p.m. and 0.10 p.m.
Freight train nop over night at Cannl;
run from there at mixed train, leaving al
i:X a.m.; leaving t'lnecnnes hi 7 p.m. the
ime evening for return trip.
At Cairo with the Mississippi Central,
Mobile aup Ohio, for all point sout; Cairo,
Arkansas aud Tcxa, for all poind In Arkau
j and Texas.
At Vlncennei: Indiauapollsand Vincense
railway for Indianapolis andallpolnl north,
tart and wet; with EvatnrlLe and Craw
lordivlll railway for Evamrrtlle.Terra Haute,
Danville, Chicago and all point north, eaat
end west; with Ohio and Mluuwtppl rail
way for St. Loul. 1ouUvllle, Cincinnati and
all point eat and wett.
At Morris CUT croning tlio Sptlnglleld
and Illinois SoutLeottara railway.
L. W. Paiubb, Gob'1 8upt
K. P. Wn.wx, Ots'l PaiMBgtr, Agt.
CAIRO, ARKANSAS AND TEXAS
AND CAIRO AND FUL
Tho orteit,and only direct routo from
Cairo to Jackaonport, Uttlo HocV, Hot
Spring, rilton, and' all point in Arkania
and the Southwctt, and (JaWetton, Homton,
Dallai, Autln and all polnta In Texai
TWELVJC liOUUS IN ADVANCK OK
ANY OTIlUt KOUTK.
Through tlejeu, through bill of ladln);,
and Information aa to freight rate, pas
tenger fare, connection, etc., can bo ob
tained at tho company' Ulce in Winter's
block, corner of Soventh atroct and Com
Hack will call at private rettdence aud
botU for paiaenger, when orders aro loft
Klcgant Pullman palaco ulccplng cut on
all night train.
Train run dally, (.Sundays excepted) from
the Cairo Office a follow :
Leave UrtfClillold'"., .0:33 a lit aud 4:0.1 p.m.
Aratve at(lrcontield'it..0il7 a m and3:3f! p.m.
KXI'RKH.S HUNS HAILY
Leave (Jreenfleld' 200:p. in,
Arrtvo at Grcenlield'M 1:40 p.m.
1). AXtxll, Chief Knglneer.
1 .A TBMI. E. J. AY1KI
AYK1W & CO.,
6KNKRAL COMMISSION MKHUI1ANTS
Nq. 7H Lv,Ohi(.()aiko, Ir.tJt.
a.A.ThouA L. U. 'llioiMf
. THOMH & HUOTHBR,
Sutcoioura to U, M.llulcn,
AND Dal ALIBI IH
HMfiU mm Wmuty Qroeeilei,
rortlga ud DOBHtto
:rRUITB ML3STD WU'I'ti
OAIBO, . . ItLINOIS.
' NKW YORK STOxtiS,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
LABOBtT VABIBTT (TOOK IK TBI UITV
ttOODB SOLD VKKYOLOSK.
tforaar ( aiutMBMla atrMt mm Cow
. O. PATIKK
, QEMSRAL COMMISSION
f-M ijyonuo, botwo,0 Ttmin
Klovoiith itriiftt n,n a
T !?.(-), TT.I.rjq-Ota
I A I
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
To HF.CUIIK Tilt I.VSKIITIO.V OF AS AS
NOCXCKMKNT I.V TlIK Btll.l.KI.S'TIIR Plllil.l
CATION KM: MUHT 1IK PAIK WIIKX TIIB
AX.NOf.SCIJMKXT IS IIAM1M1 IN. Tills lU'l.r.
WILL II K HrillCTI.Y AIIIKIti:t TO. CITV
oi'kici: VAiti orritBitM,
Wo lire imlhorleil lo.ainioiiiuo Mrlrliael
.1, Ilowley ni H (Mll(llil:lte. for re-t'leetlnii tn
the oilier of I'lly Clerk, . Ml I lie npirn:ielilii
JlDlTOIC ItfM.KTIN ! V,ll will lile.i.e mil
noiinefi that ' inn a e.indtd.itn fur Hie olnVi
of city elerk :il the -n-pliiK elnirler eleclloii,
220 3-12-ld V. K, H.vki.n.
The Ohio river fell about nlno In-
Tho city election thlt year will l
hulil on Tumday, April 2lit.
Cpt. .Im. Miller and lady aro to
Journtnt; atlbeHt. Charlo hntel.
Kviiiombor thn auolioii lain at Kobort
timylb A: Co.' grocery at ten o'clock to
day. The antlro (lock will b (old.
Wo undutiland tlio colored till
r.n of Cairo conlomplatii Lohtlng a man
meeting for tho purpoio of expruing ru
grot on thn death of Charlo buuinor.
Col. Frost, illpyrlntoriilofit of tho
Miiilnlppl Central railroad, wat at tlio
St. Chatlut hotiil yuitorday. Alio Capt.
Mann, aulitant luperintonduiit of thu
lamo road, wai iu tho city.
The lait Inuo of the Mound City
'Patriot' (ay. ' Mu, Dyur. daughter of
Hon. K. K. Caiey, ia very low aud not tit
pootod to live. A fuw wunkt ago tho
woutto Hot .Mprlngi, Arkiiiai, fur hor
hoaltb, but it teeun that tho change did
not biiioUt her, and it U feared ito will
Port .UHorioii it plnln (julta a
reputation a a place (or row and knock
down. Within tho pait week no lei than
half a dor.en tight have occurred tbate.
Thelaitof which wo have any informa
tion wat on Tburaday night bulwaen an
onginucr and a tleoptng car conductor on
tho Miulitlppi Central railroad. The
conductor, according to report, wa com
pelled to "eat liii word,"
Prominent among the arrival at the
XI. Charle hotel yeiterday were : M J.
Kyan, St. Louii; V. II. IJronion, Mich-
IgBB; Dudley Green, Kramvlllu; O. L.
Northrop, Nuw York; C. Vf. Young,
Cincinnati; C. P. Odanbour, lloiton; O.
Mair Bad Judge Wilcox and lady, Elgin;
J. W. N. Olbt, MBltoon; B. H. Poynter,
Cincinnati; and E. II Wation, Com
A painter named Cal. Iloaz, a resi
dent of Mound City, wa killed at Mem-
phi ycttorday. Boaz and another pain
ter were at work on the fourth itory of
J. li. Seiume A Co.' (tore, when the rope
broke and the ladder on which they were
landing turned over. Hoaa fell to the
pavement ana had hit brain datheJ out.
his partner hung to the ladder and wa
reicued by being taken into the building
through a window. See Memphi tele
gram on i aeon d page.
Wni. Khler withei to inform the pul
11c that he hai Jut received a largo itock
of imported Prench calf and Morocco
Leather from Adolph Is'ickel, of Clncin
natl, dlrec( importer, and ho can there
fore warrant all hi work to be of not only
tho best manufacture, but of the very
belt matorUl, Any one who desiro fine
Boots, Mboc or Qaitert will And It to
their interett to call on Mr. Khler at hi
hop, "20lh itreet, and examino hi etock
and ttylet before ordering oliowhere.
Mr. Chrii. Ilanny it now in New
York purchailng goods for tho pring
trado. Mr. Hanny will purcbaso a full
andcomplote (tuck of all tholatettand
moit faiblonablo pattorn of lHdiu''goodi,
b portion of which dock will arrivo in a
few day nnd bo placed on his countorr
for inspection. Mr. Uanny' tasto in tho
(lection of goods it too wull-known to
neei rocommeodatlou from auy
(ource, and the knowledge that his spring
goods aro shortly to arrive i all that is
ntoiiary to induco purchaser to wait un
til thoy arrivo lofora making their selec
tions. Oitv Olork Howley announce in this
morning' Uui.lktin that ho i a candi
duto fur ro-aloclion to tho otllceof city
clerk at tho approaching charter election,
Mr. Howloy has been throe timei oleoted
city clerk, and, to tho host of our know
lodgo, no word of complaint has ever been
spokon against him In hi uulclal ciipaclty.
He has provon hlmiulf an obliging and
courteous gentlemau ; is an excellent ac
countant, write a plain, legible hand ; and
bostdo all thli, it thoroughly potted in all
the detail of the city clerk's olllce, a cir
cumstance that will doubtlei lotlueiice
many voters in hi favur. Without any
detlre to dliparago tho other gentlemen
who aspire to the position, wo may a!d
that "Mike" has tho Inside track, and In
ordei to beat him an Immonio amount of
" tull " electioneering will havo to bo done.
It i unnecessary to call tho attention
of the reader to thu large advertisement
of 1. Farnbaker & Sou, the mammoth
clothier of this city,for It is large enough
for a blind man to "foal". This.follow.So'.
Farnbaker, cannot be beaton as an aJvor.
tiler. If there Is tuch a thing at an "ad
vertUlng ochaol" he muit urely ba a grad
uate. Ho bellove
We cannot tell what wo can do
Until our tign it out,
And everybody made aware
Of what we are about.
To those who with clothing at the low
est figure wo tay patronize him. A re,
ident partner and buyer in New York
give hi firm tho advantage of knowing
where the boe pinches the wholeialo deal
er (iich "panicky" ,tlines these a thing
unknown to "country dealer," and a a
natural conieciueuce good are bought at
bo lowest novoM,
THE CAIRO DAILY BPLLMTCIM, SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 1874.
v ' - -" ' - ' -- -' -'' 11
f 1 . O iO tMB
t m m m
Alderman flood RlttenhoNe for Clly
Wood nittenhouie, Kiq.
Sin: We, the underlined, acktowl
edging your ability and pesullar fltnt
for the office of treasurer of tho cltv of
a . .... i .
vairo, wouia,mot reipcctrull auk (hat you
becomo a candldato for the poiitlon at the
eniuing charter election, nnd wo horebv
1'iuugo you our mpport :
II Mover. l w i i...
It II Cunningham, J H llarclay,
" iiuir, l- noil,
John Antrim. It ri i ..:
Paul O 5cbub, .Us Oarlan.l',
Wm Kluge j lleecher.
LOO Klllb. It W Mlllnr '
'A D Mithun, W P Mosler.
E O Paco, Jack Winter,
P II Harrison. W I. llrl..i
.Is Kimlev. N Kinn. '
Thos S Colley, Cha Under,
A Coming, John Koehler,
V M Stockfleth, II Waldichiuldt,
JohnMcKulU, Jacob Walter,
roul Herbert, U I) Thorn,
Cha Feuchter, J T Davit,
V A Goldstein, ( V llel.nor,
ii.. .i ... ' .... '
c uuuor, anu otneri,
Haloon-keepors and all others are here-
by nolilied to sell no tnoro liquor id anv
kind to my huiband, Joo Suter. or thav
will be proiecuted to the full extent of
tho liquor law. Auki.m buTBR.
.Second-hand clothing, watchei, jewelry,
piitoli, c, bought and mid. Alio a lot
UriinoW' rarpet, furniture, vt., for talo.
Oppoilte Cairo aud Yincennet railroad
lepot. 188 2-27-lf M. Cov.vr.
AUCTION WALK CONTINUitl)
The auction ale of grocer iui, canned
fruit, etc., will continue to-day and Mon
day. TLo entire atock will bo told. Hale
commence! at ten ft. to, at K. Smith .V Cor.'
Ten pounds of brown lutrar for SI: 8
pound bttt coffee lugar at $1; DJ pound
of choice butter at 91; 10 cent for lard;
Imperial tea at $1; potatoe 30 cent oar
peck; 3 lb coffee f 1, apple 40 cent, at
Wllcoz'i Ulock. 107 IM-lia
FOR SALK. "
Two UatWrle of two Boiler, eack 24
feet long, '2 Inch Drain, 2 14 inch Flue
with fire front. Mud and Steam drum
Safety and Mud valve, Chimney and
13 r itch in. all complete and in nrtt-cla
order,'; been uiei only three month. Fo?
price, etc., inquire oi j. i. abxnik,
v-zx-it. vuiean iron work.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
Lot No. 1 in block 17. fir it addition.
with atwo-ilory frame home frontlsgoo
Commercial avenue, 'and three lot (84,
39 and 40), eame block, fronting on Sev
enteenth itreet, arr oflr4 for tale at a
bargain. Apply on the premise, corner
Seventeenth and Commercial avenue.
lCO-j-VO-lm F. M. Wabi.
DISSOLUTION BEER WART, OBTU
The firm of Brwart, Ortb dt Co. I
thii day diuolved by mutual content
Wm. T. Retrwart and Curiitian Orth
retiring from the firm. Tboma J. Kerth
(who will oonlinue the butinei at the old
land, No. H0 Commercial avenue) i
alone aiuhorlztd to collect the bill and
pay alt deiti of the late firm.
Wm. T. Bbbbwart,
Tbouah J. Kxrtii
Cairo, III., March 12, 1874. 22G-2-13 6t.
GRAND OPENING AND FREE
1 will open my newly fitted taloon, in
the Central home on Sixth street, Mon
day, March 10th, with a grand free lunch
in the evening, to which everybody i in
vited. The table will bo ipreai with
everything palatablo and in leaion, and
the bcit of wine, liquor, beer and cigar
will bo dealt out to tlioio who will honor
me by accepting thli Invitation. Come
one, come all. Remember the timo and
place. Joii.v Uifnkr.
I will tell my entire itock of tho best
of Ueof, Pork, Voal, Mutton, Poultry,
Butter, Eggi, Lard, lrith Potatoe, Sweet
Potatoes, Apple, Flour, Meal, Spiced
Beef, and tho belt of Corned Beef. The
tale will commence at 5 o'clock iu the
morning and continue until nine at night
each day for nine month, Sundays ex
coptod. I have alio 180 acre of the bolt
ol cotton land toioll or exchange for Cairo
property. I alio want loveral good agent
to sail fruit tree, All of tho above will
bo oxpiainod by calling on S. Pattenon,
earner of Ninth aud Walnut itrooto, a
thero I the place tho sale of the moat and
vegetable will be mado. P2 1-31-lm.
Cairo, II)., Jan. 30, 1874.
THE ST. CHARLES HOTEL.
Thu uudenignei having returned the
management of the abovit hotel, truit by
strict attention to buiineii, to tV want
uud comfort of their gueit,to merit the
renewed favor ol their old patron and the
traveling public iu general.
The Saint Cbailei will at once undergo
a thorough renovation, aud be inueh im
proved in all itt appointments.
Good sample roomi and speoial rate for
All baggage for guwt conveyed to and
from the hotel free of charge.
JswvfrWnrox & Co., Proprietor.
Tux barber bop i uu the corner ol
Eighth ttreet aud Commercial avenue
where J. George Stionnouse with bis gen.
tlemanly assistant can be found at any
bour of the day or night, ready to soothe
your feeling with a imooth bave, or cool
your temper and head with a good sham
poo. It is a firt-class shop, and you aro
sure of rocoivlng nrtt-olett treatment.
Ladies' and children' hair cut or curled
after the moil approved ttylet. S-lB-tf
SoMBTIIlhQ NKW FOR CUILDRXM in
the way of ihoei. The "protection too"
I the greatest Invention of the 19th cen
tury. Ellictt & Hay thorn, who are al
way lint In the field, keep ttitm,
and departure for the 24 hour enJItik- at 6
l. m. latt evening :
Nteamer Oraoy, Columbui
" Arkanta Belle, Evanvlll.
', Paulino Carroll, St. Loul
J W Mill, South
Future City, Naw OrUam
" City of Alton, New Orlean
" Pat Roger, Cincinnati
" Julia, St. Loul
" Alex Swift, SL Loul
Steamer Gracy, Columbui
" Arkaniai Belle, Kvativillo
" i'iulino Carroll, New Orleabt
" J no Willis, Mlno
" Fuluro City, St. Louii
" City Alton, St Loul
" ZZI'at Roger, Memphii
" Julia, Vickiburg
" Alex Swift, Cincinnati.
THE HI VI It.
Tho decline in the Ohio river veaterdav
wa about nine Incbe. At thi rato it
will be but a few day until that stream
ill contain but itt usual denth of water.
The Mliilulppi river ! railing. Bun
nell wai dull. The Weather wa pleaiunt,
though eold In the morning.
The Arkaniai Belle brouilit out a lut
of lumber for the Illinni Central rail
road, but otherwise had a ilini trip
The Pauline Carroll wa well laden and
mado flight addition for New Orlean....
...Tho John.W. Mill had a tow of emp
ty barge The Future City had
barge U2, 41, 43 and 18 for St. Loul
Tho City ol Alton has a modtrato up
trip Tho Julia wa well laden for
Vickiburg Tho Alx. Swift hit two
barget containing 1,300 toni Irou ore for
Fob Sale A number one Ski If. Ap
ply to O. Winhton. 2283-l2.ru
AN' old anil popular hotel fur !
Term easy. Enquire at this ottlre.
Fob ab and steam Biting go to Ken
nle'a Vulcan iron work, Commercial
avenue, foot of Ninth (treat v-10 tf
Fob Sai.k a,00O la city scrip. For
tale In quantities to suit the purchaser
Apply to U, T. G should.
Go to Elliott A Haythorn'a and ee the
protection toe ahoe for children. One
pair will lait a long as three pairs made
n the old way. 2H.3-U.Gt
Bqmib, Uo dry gooda merchant, Ii
ow (b New York r purchaiing hi itock
of good for thn pring trade. Defer
your purchate until ho return. 2-'2H tf.
Fob Salb. A itx octave, aecond hand
piano, for 75. Addreu Max. Roller,
care of Paul Schuh'e drug ttore.
Mb. J. Biibokb I now in New York
city lelectlng his stock of prin good.
Ue will hort!y open a fine an aitort-
ment of good a wat ever brought to
Attention Farmxiw. AVe have a
(mall lot of the Una movcabU nolnt
teel plowt, which wo are now oll'erlng at
eoit to close them out.
f Bkxrwart, Orth & Co,
Im 18C Commercial avonue
Mn, Burqxr, the enterprising dry
goods merchant, it now in New York for
the purpote of purchasing hit sprlng
(tock of. goods. If you want good goods
at low prices wait till bis stock arrives.
Notiob is neroby given that I will pay
no bills for goods sold to any of tho em
ployes of Tbb Cairo Bulletin, either
or themselvo or lor the ut of the office
nnlase the amo are furnished on an order
igned by Mr. Burnett or myielf.
12-UO-ly Jonsr U. OuBBLT,
For Kent. The brick bouio iltuatod
corner Third ttreet and Commercial ave
nue. The houte hat been put iu good re
pair throughout and i well arranged for
a hotel or bearding home, alio room to
rent on Third itreet. Inquire of Wm,
McIIale, No. o, Winter' block.
"Wx have aometblng new in the way of
half-theet poiteri, which we think aro
juit tho thing for the aprlog trado. They
coniiit of ilx different dilgni, litbo
gtaphod, with mortlic and margin for
printing. Two ol tho cut are iuitable
lor auy buslnei ; tho other four for boott
and tboei, photographer, druggittt and
dry good. We have but one hundred of
each cut, and will furnish them printed at
Cincinnati price. Wo have alio oufo
fancy cards. Tho "language of flower,'
ton design; "Buquet," twelve deaigna;
'Opera," four doiign and ;"CuuiI:" cardt
twenty-four deilgni which we furnlih
printed at $10 to $12 'per M, Cincinnati
price. Who want Ihnm? Don't all
tpuak at once. lC.VM9-nt
Owino to the hard time aud the in
ability ol many of the lutl'ering to visi
the National Sdboicai. Institute at
IndlauapolU, Indiana, three of tho Sur
geon! of the Institute have yielded to
urgeut solicitations, and will vltit Cairo,
stopping at the St. Charles hotel, Tueiday
and Wednesday, March J4th and 25th,
1874, with all kind of (urgical appara
tus and appliance, and fully prepared to
treat tuch cai(( may call upon them
for rolief, thua laving the patient a long
journey to the Homo Institution, Tbsy
will come especially prepared to treat all
Surgical cases; Paralyds; all kind of
deformities of the Face, Spine, and lltubs;
Diseased Joints; Dlieated Eye; Catarrh;
Private Dlteates; Pilot; Fistula, &e. No
cues will he undertaken without a fair
hope of relief. Prices will be moderade.
It ia needless to say that this Institution
is entirely responsible, and tho largest and
most popular of tho kind In America,
curing thousands of cases annually. Come
tho Irst day, If possible, as a great crowd
will bo thero. Rimembeb, the time and
fi.ack. Send to tho Institute for a circu
. !, r t
The ol)jeet of advertising is to make yourself known to tho pub
lic, anil there in realy ONLY Omi AY TO MAKE YOURSELF
OWN TO THE
PRESENTING YOURSELF TO THE PUBLIC. Those who do
or do not doubt the genniiiess of the above presentation, should
call at No. 01 Ohio Levee, where a large stock of Fine Clothing
is kept for sale at the
Milk Wauon. 1 will commence run
ning a milk wagon on Monday morning
February 1 will continue it all sum
mer, and respectfully solicit your patron
age. Milk will be dellvored to any one
In the city, daily morning and evening.
Order may be given to the .driver of the
wagon or left at my Iro stand, No 81 Ohio
levee. Gioroe Yocwm.
Boot and ho maker, Twcn h Mreet, be
tween Washington avenue and Poplar
street, la prepared to make boot anu ahoea
In tho latest and moit laihionable atyle.
He will make them to order, old or new
style to suit customers, out of the bit .and
freshest stock, of which he always ;ha;a
good supply on hand from which to make
selection. All fitting of boots and shoes
made by Mr. Khler i done in his own shop
no foreign fitting being used by htm.
Give him a call, and be will give you satis
faction. OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE
Happy relief lor young men from the ef
fects ot error and abuses In early life. Man
hood reetored. Impediment to marriage
removed. Now method of treatment. New
and remarkable remedies. Book nnd clr
xulars sent free, In roaled envelopes. Ad
ireu, Howard Afwociation. No. i South
Ninth itreet, Philadelphia, Pa. an institu
tion having a high reputation for honorable
ondnrt and pro'naalnnal nklll. 1 10-8 d.tw.lm
Whereas Mntlirw 1), (iuntiir, did on I lie
eventli day of October A. I)., Mi, oxceutc
and deliver to Henry Ij.llalliday n Sulu Mort
gage of that thitn upon the prcuiliri herein,
alter deserilied, which was recorded in thn
Iteeordcra olltee or Alexander County Illi
nois on the 17th day of Oetolier A. I)., 1872.
iu yolumc . of rceords of Halo Mortgage
on page (111) one hundred and eleeu, and
which was gie,n to muiro a certain proinl.
mry note, inai(c bv said Mathew l. (lunter,
of even date with tald Sale Mortgage tn tlie.
order of Henry I.. Halllday, for tlio tuni ot
iti'iniiMlvi luintlivil iliillarM. liavahlo llnrtv
days a'fter tho data thereof, with Intcre-t
irom uaiu uuill pain ai icu 'r ccm, jn r
And whcrean. tho mid Hcmy I,. Halllday
ilitl on the 23d day of January, A. U 1M74,
lor value received, n!gn tald noto and ki1u
Mortgajro" to the uiulprxlgiied J. 11. Clay.
Ami Whereas default lias been madoinllie
paymunt of said pronilhory note uud the In
terest accrued thereon.
Anil whereas it is provided In said Sale
Mortgage, that 111 default or tlio payment of
said noto or any part thereof according to thn
tenor and enect thereof, the said Henry I..
Halllday or his legal representatives may al
ter hat ing advertised said sale liltren durx
in a newnpaper published in Cairo, lllliui,
or bv posting up written or printed notice.
Iu four places- In tho county where paid
premises aro situate, may sell the said pivni.
Ises or any purt thereof, to the highest bid
der for cash ut tho. court-house, door in the
city of Cairo, Illinois, nt thu time appoluteil
in such advert innent,
Xow therefore notice is hereby given that
on Wednesday tho lKlli day ol .Muicli, .. P.,
1874, at ten ocloek A.M., of that day, at tin-
II trill, liul l Mi .....-. ...
Cairo, Illinois. I shall at sell at publlo i
auction to ihft highest bidder for cash, the
Wia.t Iajhi ol flm trilll-l.liik1l III
numbered six (0). seven (7) ud (H) eight. In
block iniinbereil three (It), in the llrsl addi
tion to tlio city of Cairo lh! estate therein,
bcliiL' an estato fur the term
ii nwiiii? iiesermeii liroiieriv. u u : n
live. (5) years, eouuneliiing on the
ninth dav of March, A. !., 1871, mi-
tier and by Wrtuenr u lease bearing date
March ninth, A. I).. Jtjil
. veenliiil bv S.
Hlaats Taylor and Kdwlu Parsons, '1 nistecs
of the Cairo city Property, 10 reier -. 1
ant and by said Peter A Coniint, wllli
1 1 It the
nuimtii'iiH"' ... :
assigned to said Mathew D. (lunter on t
;ilit day ol May, A. D., 187'-'. together w
nil t ti A If lltlfi
tald JIathew i). Hunter, nt every kind and
nature so ever, Including mill fixtures, en
gine boiler, burrs, uud other llxturei apper
taining und belonging to the mill ImlldlnK
thereon Rltunte. J. II. Oi,4f
Hated March 2d, A. U., 1874. jut a-;i-i5i.
ClKblb Street, betweeu Washiugtnu and
PlfB LTC, AND THAT
lilt, fl. K.. I)0U(!l-iS, lieir,'ileleniilned t
cxeell in everv Dental operation, nasre
llted and rcflirnMied his Dental Parlor. No.
7. KighthMrcet, and Is now receiving from
S. S. White .t Johnson, or Philadelphia,
semi-weekly, thn largest nnd llnest assort
ment or Dental (looiU ever nlTcrcd In llils
city, and as good as can be tolind Iu the
BEAUTIFUL GOLD FILLINGS
Made n epcc!.i!ity,iiot any or the soft, misera
ble, spungy work that drops out. leaving
teeth cut, 'tiled, discolored, and often de
stroyed, Perfect (lolilcil Ocins put iu as solid and
durable as the smelted metal it-ell'.
Special attention given to the treatment ol
Children's Teeth. Parents by having their
Chllren'a Teeth examined occasionally,
would save them much mi lie ring and de
formity iu after vears.
Dr. Douglas also j.'hc Particular attention
tn Mechanical Dcntlstrv, having secured the
right to u-ol)lt. HYATT'S l'ATKNT OOI.D
AND KUlllIKU CO.M1IINATIOX 1'I.ATK,
which has been thoroughly tested and ap
proved by the best Dentists in the Kast, ni:d
fievond a doulit. thn lic-t ami lii-inest nrtlll-
cial plate now In live,
Teeth extracted without pain bv thu ll.e
of .Nitrous Oxide (las, which N perfectly sife
where Jltdleioll-ly administered,
170 tf (i. I.'. Doi'HI.A.
INS U K A NCE AGENT
OH'KHJK: Ohio l.evue, over Mathus
ttaf"i'oue but Via-Mm J Cvinpanie
HAIKOUI), MUKKIS A .UANUKK,
7a unio S.ee,
UITV WilloNAI, HANK BtflMUNO
I he nlitel ettabllsbed Ageucy In Houthsrn
lllliiuis, representlui! ocr
$(.ri,(lOO,()00 01) I
01 the bHt llinliraliue OuptUI ol the
tiotiHii turn u.
nEMlB, BRO., & CO.,
Aubhts Homb Cotton Mii.u
NO, at) Oslo l,ve, Cairo, lu.
A. J. HO K M.l).
...it..A v int.inia A ltr,.d. froeerv atOIO
No. ia Commercial aveuue, eoruer hlgbU
itroet. iteiuuence corner hs'ihukw"
auo and Fourteenth street..
ONE WAY IS BY
MISSOURI STATS LOTTOVX.
Lnoauftav bt Stats AfflMnr ajj
Dbawx i Pviuo fit. Lawat.
Grand Hiagle tiimtm Hihiws.
10 999 sIVMMM
0ulS4 C. to bu usuwif Matoh 81, UU
6,1)10 rnaae, Aaaountlacto 9300,000.
1 rMM f
at - t
TickeU 910; Malt TUkoaa, ft: Qsuitor
Our totUtloeaM eBatier! by tao Maea. aa
always drear a MmUm naiil. aaaaM awasr-
ln are tke nart4ea ef aweta
aaaltsa la la
M Omwuc seat e
Si. Inita eaaera tad a epj
; WewllldrawadaalUi shesaetho lasioef of
every inoaui a jjiaJ in year mi.
Kciaii omt nm bt pawn
registered letter, draft or
inSBie aMBo ,
, O. hoi sti.
w. Maw. a.
L'orner Twelfth street and WatbiagtoB Ave
J. C. HUELS.
(Late ot St Louis,)
BOOK UINDEK AND HLilfK WOK
HI. A N K WiniMiil HirT,liuiuiU au
till Hektnau Ulil illanat.-k. All Irfb.U
ruling doue at short notice. Bibles, Muate,
iuuwiuu x-enoaieaia uounu neataBa
t tne lowest poesiuto rates.
uouniy woric. tuen as Itecorda, Docket
Feu Uook, Ulauk, etu,. made a epeclalty.
Uoxea, Pocket lieok,Kuvelop, ete.,taade
in order. ll-M.
WIMilAM J. AUiKN,
ATTORNEY AT liAW
OA IRO, ILLlMOia.
Olllce over Hirst MaUoaal beak. Mi
HAMUKL P. WHMJCLKK,
ATl'OKNlCVt C0UHSIL01 AT UW
Ofjlc ovsr yut NatjoaaJ I
John H. Mulky. WtUasm C. MfJkey
MllLKKY ft SON,
ATrOKNEYS AT hAM
Ofllas: Kbjhtli Knot, botWOSA 0HUUI
elal and WaaUngtOB aTSBuee.
UKKEN ftj (sflliBUT,
UOUM81LOM AT LAW.
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