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LtCAL W1ATMIR REPORT.
onssmvam's Owicr, C'llRO. 111"., 1
Much 17, 10:11 p.m., b74. J
TtMmoaater, 04 degrees.
Wtod Velocity 10 miles per hour.
Mtxlamm temperature lor last U hours,
MiBlMMitoBrfttart lor th lutM hours
FmaUtajr Wind for lut 34 bonn, 8. E
Total Buatber of snlle traveled by wind
durUg tort S4 kour, 211.
Observer Signal Service, U. H. A.
ILLINOIS OKNTKAL 11A1LKOAD.
TRAINS LKAVC CAIRO.
Mall at 2:S0 .m., Dally.
Kxpressat 4:00 p.m.,
Freight at 4KX) a.m.,,.. except Sunday
rretgbtat 11 AT, a.m.,.. "
Knight at 40 p.u
ARRIVR AT CAIRO.
at .'2:lr, a.m Dally
Kipreeaat ,:06 p.ag except .Sunday
krdgttat a.m except Sloiiday
relgbt at .7:10 p.m., except .Sunday
Freight at 106 p.ra "
168 2-17-tf. Jamkb Jqhxhom, Agent.
THR CAIRO AND V1NCKNNKS
(Htm mw riMi:.
On and alter .Sunday, February 22,
tralot will run aa follows:
Cairo, leave am. f.A'iA.M.
Mound City, leave htti ' r..'i "
Vienna, leave 0:13 " :17 "
liarrlsburg, lrac H:I! 11:4.1 11
Worrls City, leave !t:K " im l-.M.
Carml, arrive U-M " iwis
Carml, leave 10.-00 " 4:i:a:.m.
Orayvllle, leave 10:40 " U-M "
Mount Cannel, leave.. ..1I:M " 7:03 "
VIneennes, leave litav.n. U-:ii "
O.iJI. Junction, arrivc.l'JiaS "
O.AM. Junction, leave. 7:lfi a.m.
Incennen, leave 7:25 " 7:00 p.m.
Mount Carmel, leave.... VXl O.-oo
Urayvllle, leave 0:18 " 10:17 '
Carul, arrive 10:00 " 11 UV "
Cannl, leave 10:10 " l:ir. a.m.
Morris City, leave 10:44 7:18 "
Harriiburgh, leave 11:4.1 " 0:10 "
Vienna, leave 1:17 P.M. 12:15 p.m.
Mound City, leave 2:42 " :i:10 "
Cairo, arrive. 3:0.1 " 3:10 "
IfOUMt) KTY ACCOMMODATION.
Leav Cairo at 11:30 a.m. and fcir, p.m.
Leave Mound City at 12:35 p.m. and C;10 p.m.
Freight trains atop ovor night at Carml;
run from there an mixed train, leaving at
4:33 a.m.; leaving Vlncenm-i at 7 p.m. the
same cveulng for return trip.
At Cairo with the Milxlppl Central,
Mobile any Oblo, for all point tout; Cairo,
Arkansas and Texas for ull points lit Arkan
aaa and Tuat.
At VlBce&an: IndlanapoUeaad ViBceasea
railway for Indlanepoll and all point north,
taat and wot; with Kraiitvllla and Craw
fordtville railway for Kvanavllle,TarraUante,
Danville, Chicago and all polMa north, cait
and weat; with Oblo and Miaataalppi rail
way for St. Loula, LouUvllle, Ctacls&aU and
all points eaat and weat.
At Norria Citr crowing the Springfield
and Illlaol Southeastern railway.
L. W. Falmkb, Gen'l SafL
It. V. "VTiiJoir, Oen'l Passenger, Act.
CAIRO, ARKANSAS AND TEXAS
AND CAIRO AND FUL
The ehortMt and only direct route from
Cairo to Jaakaonport, Little Hock, Hot
spring, VaMos, and all polnta in Arkaniaa
and the BOBlkwett, and Oalveaton, Houston,
Dallaa, AuaUn and all polnta In Texas
TWKLVJC HOUItS IN ADVANCK OF
ANY OTBKB BOUTK,
Through tlckaU, through bills of lading,
and Information aa to freight ratea, paa
aangar fare, connection, eto., can be ob
UUedatUie company'a afflce in Winter1
block, corner of Seventh street and Com
llacka will call at private '.retldences and
hoUla for piaae tigers, when orders are loft
Elegant Pullman palace aleeplng cars on
all nlf n't tralaa.
Train ma dally, (Sunday excepted) from
the Cairo Office a follows :
Leave Qreenfleld'a.... 033 a tu and 4:05 p.m.
AralveatUreenflcld'..0:17 a m and3 :38 p.m.
XXPRXSa RUMS DAILY
Leave Graanneld'a SOO.p. ro,
Arrive at Qreenfleld'a 1:40 p.m.
D. Axtbll. Chief Engineer.
Dr. G. K. Douglas, being determined t
axcell in evry Dental oicrauon, iiare.
ftiml mill rpftimlalmil htn Dental l'arlor. no.
7, Eighth street, and 1h now receiving from
H. H. White & Johnson, of Philadelphia,
aemUwcokly, tho largest and finest assort
ment or Dental Ooodn over offered iu thin
city, and ax good n can be found in the
BEAUTIFUL GOLD FILLINGS
Made a ancclalltv.not anvof tho soft, minora
ble, apungy work that drops out. leaving
teeth cut, filed, discolored, and often do-
Perfect Golden Gems put In as solid and
durable as the meiteu mciat men.
.Special attention given to tho treatment ol
ParcutH by having their
Chilren's Tcotu examined occasionally.
ild aavo thorn
lty in after yen
r. Douglaa also
would aavo thorn much suffering and dc
lormiiy in mu;r yuan.
Dr. Douglaa also gl ves Partlci
to Mechanical Dentistry, having secured the
AMD IlUUBKtt COMBINATION PLATK,
whli-h haa been thoroimhlv tested niul nn.
proved by tho best Dentists In tho Kast, mid
ueyonu a uouui, utu uebv anu urmcsi unui
elal nlatenow iu use.
Teeth extracted without pain by the use
of Nitrous Oxide Gas, which is perfectly sale
170 tf G. K. Douglah.
tlAIB X)E. 3 BEE
wguui Met, between Washington and
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
. TO CANDIDATES.
TO HECURK THR INSERTION OK A AN
NOt'NCKMK.VT IN .TllKllULLKINTHK 1'UM.I-
CATION VKK MUHTjltK PAIIi WIIIIN TIIK
ANNOUNOKMKKT 18 IIANUKb IN. THIS ItUl.K
WILL nit HTH1CTLY AI)HIti:i TO. C1TV
OIl'ICKH t." ; WAItl OFVICKK8, 42.
KOIt CITY CLKItK.
We arc authorized to nunomicc Mrlcliacl
J, lUwley n n candidate, for rc-flcctlon to
tlicolltceof City Clerk, at the approaching
city election. "
DlJITOK IIULLRTIN ! Yoll lll pirate Ml-
liotiucu tliat I am a candidate for tliu olllcc
of city clerk at the cmulng charter election.
220-3.12-td W. K. Uawkinh,
roil CITY TltKASUUKR;
Mil. Kditoh: lly n-nucft of a nuiulier of
clllzcin please announce my name ai a can.
dldate for the olllcc of City TrcaMircr at the
eiikUlRg charter flection.
K)lt CITY ATTOIINKY.
Wo nre authorized to uunouncu that II.
Wat oii Webb it a candidate for rc-electlou
to the olllce of city attorney at the tnulng
. (JK.NKRAL ITEMS.
Horeral knock-downs occurred yai-
terday; but Lobody was seriouily hurt.
Probate court convoned on Monday
morning. Several criminal cues war
There is to bo a race betweon two
well-known horses of this county on Sat
urday week aomo where near this city.
The official proceedings of the tint
term of tho board of county commission
ers, will bo published In tub Uui.letix
Mr. and Mrs. SaObrd, and Capt. W.
, llalllday left Monday evening for a
short visit to Mobilo and Mew Orleans.
They ozpect to be absent about ten day.
ltov, W. J. Grant, of tho Methodist
Church, arrived in this city yesterday, and
ill assist Iter. Mr. "Waller to conduct
the revival at tba Methodist church in
Lasebae, the man who murdered an
other on the outskirts of the city on last
Saturday evening, will have a prelimin
ary hearing before Judge Iiross in the
county court room this morning at ten
Attention, Hir Knights : A special
conclavo of Cairo Commandery will be
held at the asylum, this (Wednesday)
evening, at 7 o'clock, for drill and re
hearsal. Ily order of the K. V.
Jbwktt Wilcox, Recorder
That storm that was to play such
havoc with this part of the country lut
night tailed to pnt in an appearance at
tba appointed time. It probably switched
oft" before reaching Cairo and took some
Tom Drown, aeveral year ago a
clerk in one of the banks of this city, is
in town. Mr. JBrown it, we under
stand, connected with one of the largest
pork-packing establishments in Cincin
nati. An Insane man, a resident of Madl
son. Indiana, was put on of the steamer
Oha. Bodnian at this point yesterday,
and In company with a friend who came
off the boat with him, left by tho after
noon train for Madlion.
In compliance with a resolution
adopted at the meeting of colored citizens
on Monday evoning to express their sen
timents on the death of Senator bamnor,
we notico that many colorod families have
draped their rosldenco in mourning.
Yesterday being St. Patrick's day,
the St. Patrick' Benevolent Socioty and
juvenilo temperance organization were
out in forco in full uniform, and paraded
the (treat. The Benevolent Society is
composed almost entirely of Irishmen,
and when on parado present a line ap
pearance The temperance society, com
posed entirely of small boys, alio pre
sented a very pretty appearance.
Within the last four or five days as
many robberies havo been committed in
the vicinity of Fourth and Fifth streets
and Commercial avenuo. On Satur
day night between ten and eleven o'clock
a strangor, for tho time (topping at the
Mookler houso, was, while walking along
Commercial avenuo near Fourth street,ac
costed by a couple of colored men who as
saulted him and rolieved him of his watch.
Lut Monday evening two colored men
wont into Mr. llurk's grocery storo on
Fourth stroet, and appropriated to them
selves a fine silver watch that was hang.
log on a nail behind the counter. And
lo it goes tba abovo being
only two of the many robberies and thlefts
that havo of late occured in that vicinity.
Officer Martin and Sbeohan who have
charge of that beat, are good officers, but
have too much territory too travel over
and too many rough place to guard, arid
cannot give the locality In question the
protection it should have. The suppres
slon of a few of the dance houses In that
quarter would do more to put a stop to
such outrages than all the policemon that
could be stationed thero.
On Sunday evening last Mr. and Mrs
Carl Wittlg of this city, celebratod the
fiftieth anniversary of thoir married life.
For somo time put a numbor of the
personal friends of this old couple have
been busy preparing for this event, and
considerable time and money was expend
ed in eonsumating the arrangements for the
so-called "Golden-Wedding." The car
mony was performed in Bcbeel's Wash
Ington ball in the presence of
very large company of the friends
and acquaintance of the eld couple.
the company being in great part com
posed of our best and moat respectable
German speaking people. According to
arrangements previously made, tho cere
mony wu commenced with a song enti
tled "This i the Day of ;tbe Lord,"
by tho Concordia tinging society.
At tba conclusion of the ong,
Oarl Wittlg and Fredarlcka, hit
THE CAIRO PAIL? ITOLEKTIN, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18, 1874.
wife, took their places on the floor,
wheat Judge Bros (topped forwatdAand
after s few romarks appropriate to 'the
occasion, in wbicb he alluded to the won
derful progress the world has ma Jo in the
lut flty years, and tho changes that have
taken place in tho habits and customs of
the people since Carl and Fredrlcka
Witting startod on llfes Journey together,
proceeded to pronounce the marriage
etromony. Tho oldest lady in tho
house was chosen to act as brldoimaid,
and the oldest man aa groomsman. At
tho conclusion of the marriage ceremony,
nit. Herman Meyor and Mrs. Steve
Schwanitz came forward and presented
the old couple with a handsome cake.
The cake was covored with white roses,
ana in the folds or each rose was hidden
a piece of gold money, ranging In value
from ono to ten dollars, and in all amount
ing to very near ono hundred dollars.
Mr 11. Meyer presented tho old gentlo
man with a beautiful moorschaum plpo
nanasomeiy decorated with gold. Olbor
friends catno forward and presentoj
tuo old people with many article
both valuable and useful. In tho mean
time the Concordia socioty sang sovorat
songs j and Prof. Ilcrmans being preMnt,
recited a poem suitable to tho occasion.
During all this time tho old couplo worn
receiving the congratulations cf their
friends, and the many acts of klndnos
and good-will .shown them filled their
hearts with gratitude and both gavo wsy
to loan. Tho company lingered about
tho hall until bolwoen 11 and 12 o'clock,
ben they disperaod, each going to hit or
her home fooling aisurod that thoy had
Just wltnoised ono of the pleasantest and
long to-be-romemberod affairs that over
took place in Cairo.
Milk Waoo.v. I 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 bo delivered to any ono
in tho city, daily morning and ovoning.
Orders may be given to the driver of the
wagon or loft at my ice stand, No 81 Ohio
lvee. GronoE Yocum.
Tiik barber (hop is ou .bo corner ol
Eighth street and Commercial avenue
where J. George Httenhbuse 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 sham
poo. It is a first-clMS shop, and you are
sure of receiving first-clus treatment.
Ladies' and children's hair cut or curled
after the most approved style. 8-15-tf
Wm. Eblers wishes to inform tho pub
lic that ho hu just received a large slock
of imported French calf and Morocco
Leather from Adolph Nickel, of Cincin
nati, direct importers, and he can there
fore warrant all bl work to be of not only
the best manufacture, but of tho very
best materia, Any ono who dcitiros fine
Boots, Shoe or Gaiter will find it to
their interest to call on Mr. Ehlon at his
shop, '20th street, and examine his stock
and styles beforo ordering elsewhere.
We have somothlng new In the way of
half-shoet posters, which wo think aro
ust the thing for the spring trade. They
consist of six different designs, lltbo-
gsapbed, with .mortises and margins for
printing. Two oi the cuts are suitable
lor any businoss ; tho other four for boots
and shoes, photographers, druggist nnd
dry goods. We havo but ono hundred of
each cut, and will furnish them printod at
Cincinnati prices. Wo have also somo
fancy cards. Tho "language of flowers,'
ton designs; "Boquet," twclvo designs:
Opora," four design and ;"Comlc" cards
twenty-four designs which wo furnish
printed at $10 to$12porM, Cincinnati
prico. Who wants them? Don't all
speak at once. lC3-2-l!-3t
Owing to tho hard times and tho in
ability of many of the suffering to visi-
tho National Subqical Institute at
Indianapolis, Indiana, three of tho Sur
geons of tho Institute havo yieldod to
urgent solicitations, and will visit Cairo,
stopping at the St, Charles botol, Tuesday
and Wednesday, March 24th and 2Stb,
1874, with all kinds of surgical appara
tus and appliances, and fully prepared to
treat such cases as may call upon them
for relief, thus saving the pationt a long
ourney to tho Home Institution, Thoy
will como especially prepared to treat all
Surgical casos; Paralysis; all kinds of
deformities of tho Faco, Spine, nnd limbs;
Diseased Joints; Disoased Eyes; Catarrh;
Private Disoues; Piles; Fistula, &c. No
cases will bo undertaken wjtbout a fair
hopo f relief. Prices will bo modorado.
It in needles to say that this Institution
Is ontirely responsiblo, nnd tbelnrgost and
most popular of tho kind in Amorica,
curing thousands of cues annually. Como
tho first day, if possible, as a great crowd
Will bo tlioro. ltKMKMUKH Till'. TIME AMI)
I'LAce. Sond to th Institute for a circu
lar. 220.3.12-ood.Dt W-lt
Wanted A cook.
Two good Housos. Inquiro of
240 $-17-3t Geouok Fisher,
OAIKO CASINO NOTICE.
Important business renders it necossary
tbat each member be present at the regu
lar meeting this (Woduesday) evening,
March 18th. By order of the president
It. V. Belineu,
Tiik auction bale of grocorles, by
Itobert Smyth Co., will bo continued,
commencing Wednesday Morning at 10
o'clock. The stock to be sold ombracos a
lull line of fancy groceries, starch, soap,
candies and a general assortment of can
ned fruit. Alio ono mule and dray.
Foil Bemt. The brick houso situated
corner Third street and Commercial avo
nuo. Tho house hu boon put in good re.
pair throughout and is well arranged for
& hoUl or bearding house, also rooms to
ronton Third (treat. Inquire of Wm
Mollalt, No. 5, Winter-e M.
ror MM i
and departures for the St hours ending at 8
V. iu. mat cveuin ;
Uleamer F P Gracey, Columbus
" Jim Fisk, Paducah
" Idlewlld, Evansvtlle
11 Mary Alice, St. Louis
" Arlington, Memphis
" Henry Ames, St. Louis .
" John F. Tolls, St. Louis
" Cli as Hodman, New Orleans
StoamerF P Gracey, Columbus
11 Jas Fisk, Paducah
" Idlowild, Evanivlllo
" Mary Allco, Now Orloans
11 Arlington, Memphis
" Henry Amos, New Orleans
" Chas Hodman, Cincinnati
The doclino in tho Ohio river In the
twonty-four hours ending at six o'clock last
ovoning wis cne foot Dvo Inches. Al this
rato tho Ohio will soon be down to ordin
ary water. Tbo Mississippi conllnuos to
doclino at St. Louis, with plenty of wator
out to Cairo. Iluiineis was dull vcitenlav.
Tho weather wu warm probably tho
warmest day of tho season.
Tho Jim Fiik brought out a cooJ trio
fro-n Paducah Tho Idlewlld bad a
slim freight but good passenger list from
hvansvlllo Tho Arlington had a
vory modorato trip and mado slight ad
ditions horo Tho Heurv Amu li
well laden for Now Orloans
The John F. Tollo fills out
here and bolow for Now Orloans, She
had ono thousand tons on hor arrival
horo Tho Charles Jtodman has SO
boxes oranges, 98 bales moss, 26 boxes
sop, 2G0 brlsoll; 240 brls pecans, and 21
bales cotton for Cincinnati The
Quickstep was still at the landing
last evening at dusk, roceiving freight for
Memphis Capt Simms, of the Frank
P. Gracey, is off on a short visit to his
family. Capt. Asa Bomgard Commands
in his absence Pilots Jim Fulton
and Barny Crane are to take the towboat
W. Mill to New Orleans.
Fob qas andsteam fitting go to Ken
nie's Vulcan iron works, Commercial
avonuo, foot of Ninth street 9-10-tf
For Sale $2,000 in city scrip. For
ealo in quantities to suit tbo ourchaser
Apply to H. T. Gerocld.
Fon Sale ob Exciiamuk A Farm
near Villa Itidge good houso and young
orchard. Inquiro at this ofllco or address
T. B. Farrin,
24.3.17-tf Ullin, Ills.
Go to Elliott & Haythorn'a and sou the
protection too shoe for childron. One
pair will lut as long as throe pairs mado
in the old way. 224-3-12-Ct
Bubqeb, tho dry goods merchant, is
now in New York purchuing his stock
of goods for thn spring trade Dofor
your purchues until he returns. 22G tf.
Mr. J. Bubuxr is nun in Now York
city selecting his stock of spring goods.
He will shortly opon as flno an assort
ment of goods as was ever brought to
Something new vor children, in
the way of shoes. Tho "protection toe"
is the groatest invention of the 19th con
tury. Ellictt & Uaythorn, who aro al
ways first in tho field, keep them.
Attention Farukbb. Wo have a
small lot of tbo Urio movoablo point
eteol plows, which wo aro now oflbring at
cost to close them out.
Beer wart, Ortii & Co,
lin 13G Oommeicial avonuo.
Mr. Buroeii, the enterprising dry
goods merchant, is now in New York for
tho purpose of purchasing his spring
stock of goods. If you want good goods
at low pricos wait till his stock arrives.
Notiob Is nereby given tbat I will pay
no bills for goods sold to any of the em
ploye of Tub Cairo Bulletin, olthor
or themselves or for tho use of the offloo
unlese tho samo are furnished on an order
igned by Mr. Burnett or mysolf.
12-20-ly .lOTIW a. UHBBLT,
A neat cottage, surroundod by troos and
ihrubberle. Lot filllod up to grade.
Terms vory oasy. Apply to
239 3-15-3t. R. V. Bklzner.
Second-hand clothing, watchos, Jowolry,
pistols, &c, bought and sold, Also a lot
Brussels' carpet, furniture, its., for sale.
Upposite Cairo and Vinconnos railroad
depot. 188 2-27-tf M. Coynk
Ten pounds of brown sugar for f 1; 8
pounds best coffoe sugar at $1; 2J pounds
of cbolco butter at 1; lOconts for lard;
Imperial tea at $1; potatoes 30 conts per
pock; 3 lbs coffeo $1, apples 40 conts, at
Wilcox's Block. 107 2.4-lm
Saloon-keepers and all others aro horo-
by notified to sell no moro liquor ot any
kind to my husband, Joo Sutor, or tbey
will be prosocutod to the full extent of
tho liquor law, Adelia Muter.
Two Batterios of two Bollors, each 24
feot Iouk. 42 inch Dram. 2 14 inch Flues
with tiro fronts. Mud and Steam drums
Safety and Mud valves, Cbimnoy and
Brltchin, all completo and in first-class
orderi: boon usod only throe months. For
price, etc., inquire of J. T. IIbhnie,
0-33-tf. Vulcan Iron Works.
BEAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
Lot No. 2 in block 17, first addition
with a two-story framo house fronting on
Commercial avonue, and throo lots (38.
39 and 40), samo block, fronting on Sov
entoenth street, aro offered for salo at
bargain. Apply on tho premises, corner
Seventeenth and Commercial avenue.
100.3-20.lm P. II. Wahd,
PA. R NBA KSR
Extends a cordial invitation
to all those who wish to save
their money and got ''value
received" for what thev do
spend, to his largo stock of
JJino Clothinc. boucht latolv
at prices unknown to "country
dealers.1' Havincra resident,
partner in !Now York a
gentleman of long experience
aim a moat extensive acquain
tance amoncr JMetronolitan
Clothiers, gives us advantages
for buying at the lowest notch.
A "country dealer" (such they
call them in New York), goes
to market with tho right idea,
goods lower than last year,
but he is unacquainted with
those whose "shoe pinches"
badly ; and of course has to
pay "the samo old prico."
Then thero aro a great many
who go to St. Louis, Chicago
and Cincinnati to buy their
Mrs. Rumholtj is preparod to jileacii
and l'RESs hats and bonnets in tho most
approved style, and in a manner to give
entire satisfaction. Call at her residence
on Fifteenth street betwoen Walnnt and
Cedar. 236 3-lB-tf
Tub l aro est stock of bird cages, tol
lol sets, wator coolers, bath tubs and a
goneral stock ol tlnwaro stores over of
fered in Cairo may be found, cheaper than
the cheapest, at C. W. Henderson's, No.
190 Commorclal avonuo. 238 3-14-1 nj.
For Sale at the Nbw York Store
Early rose, poorless, London lady and
russet seed potatoes, also sweet potato
seed, clover, timothy and other field seeds,
frnsli linn of vardnn iamIs. Also lust
received a choice lino of sugars. Wo will
sell to the trade at the lowost prices.
240 3-14-31 1'atere & Co.
Go to O. W. Ukndbksom'h, 190 Com
mercial Avanuo, for tho colebrated "Char
ter Oak," "May Flower," or othor cooking
stovos,tin and hollow ware, water coolers,
bath tubs, etc., etc. If you want tho best
wood stoves, buy the "Charter Oak"; the
best coal stove,"buy tho "May Flower."
I will soil my entiro stock of tho best
of Boef, Tork, Veal, Mutton, Poultry,
Butter, Eggs, Lard, Irish Potatoes, Mweot
Potatoes, Apples, Flour, Meal, Spiced
Beef, and the bost of Corned Beof. Tho
salo will commence at S o'clock in tho
morning and conttnuo until nino at night
oach day for nino months, Sundays ox
copted. I havo also 180 acre of the bost
of cotton land to sell or exchango for Cairo
property. I also want several good agents
to toll fruit treos. All of tbo abova will
bo explalnod by calling on S. Patterson,
corner of Ninth and Walnut streets, u
thoro is tho place the sale of the moat and
vegotablos will bo mado. 92 1-31-lm.
Cairo, Ills., Jan. 39, 1874.
Whereat. Mathcw D. Guntr. did on the
xuvuuth day of October A. D., 1872, execute
ami deliver to iiunry ii.uauiuay a saiu juun
gage of that dalo upon the pi c mUes herein
after described, which was recorded in the
Jtccordcrs ollico of Alexander County Illi
nois on the 17th day of October A. D 1872,
Hi yoiuino , oi rccorus oi naio .nungagvH
on iiul'o (ill) one inmurcu aim eleven, aim
which wan Klvcii to securo a certain promt
hory note, made by said Mathcw 1). Guuter,
of even date with catd Salo Mortf-'ugo to the
order or Henry li, iiuiuuay, lor mo hum oi
twenty live hundred dollars, payable thirty
Hays niter lll uniu uicn-ui, nuu untrra
from dato until paid at ten per cent, per
"'aiu!1 whereas, the said Henry L. llalllday
did on.tlio 23d day of January, A, !., 1874,
lor valuo received, algn Mild noto and salo
MortiMKo to tho undersigned J. II. Clay.
And Wliercai iiciauu nus uceu maur in inn
puymcut of h.'ild promUory note and Uio In
terest accrued thereon.
Amlu'licrcaHltU nrovldcd In mid Sale
Mortgage, that 111 delimit of the payment of
said note or any part thereof according to the
tenor ami cueei inercoi, tuo mihi iieury i..
iini dav or liu cnai renrcscniaiivcs mav al
ter having advertised ald salo fifteen dayn
In a newspaper published in Cairo. Illinois,
or by posting up written or pnnieu noiici
ii lour l niccH in lue coumr woe mi
ircmlscH aro situate, may sell tho said prrm
s nr anv nart thereof, to tho highest bid
der for cali at tho court-houso door lu tho
city of Cairo, Illinois, at tho tiiuu appointed
lu Mich advertlsmeut.
Kow tucrcroro noiieo is ncrcny Riven mat
nn Wednesday tho 18th (lav ufMarch. A. I)..
1H74, at ten oclock A.M., of thnt day, atthu
front iloor oi li u couri-iiouso i
Cairo, Illinois, I shall at sell at public
auction to Iho highest bidder for cash, the
following ucscripeu property, ip wh s ujm
numDcrcu six t"), ven vijim w
block numbered three (3), In tho llrstuddl
tin,, tn Urn cltv of Cairo tho cstato therein,
lie nir nil I'suuo lor iiiu vena ui
tlvo V) years, commencing on the
ninth day of March, A. !., 1H71, tin
der and tiy virtue of a leaso bearing dato
Miir.. i ninth. A. U.. a , oxccuieu uy .-
'day of May, A. !., 1872, together with
in. iinmoveiiients thcion belonging to tho
,.M Mctnuw I). Hunter, of every kind and
naturu so over, Including mill fixtures, etc
gllie Doners, uurro. nuuuw.vi .... .. v.
tsluliig and belonging tutho mill bulUjiig
liirreon situate. J
Dated March 2d, A. D., loll.
Staats Taylor antljsuwiii raroiw, irusu-m
of Iho Cairo City Property, Jo Peter A. Con
ant and by said l'etcr A. Conant, with tho
written consent of said Taylor and Parson
in m..m MitliHW If. (itinter on tho
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i ii'iSpiw dU
.... r. .
PHIL. H. SAUP,
C 0 N F E C T I ON E H
And .ManuracUroreCii- -
Orders from Abroad Promptly Attended to.
(Lato I'ropricler of
Has bcoomc Superintendent of tho
CORNER SIXTH STREET AND OHIO LEVEE.
Mr. Walkor liavinc taken charco
once give it n thorough renovating, and put it in first-olam order for the naep
tion guofltH. Mr. Wnlkor will wclcomo Iiiu old customers to thennw kw, aid
will always ho glad to seo them.
Pirst-class Day Board $20 per Month.
HARRY WALKETt, Sttpt.
Boot and shoe maker, Twen h street, be
twoen Washington avonue and l'oplar
strtot, is prepared to make boots anu shoes
In tho latest and moat fashionable stylos.
lie will make thorn to order, old or new
styles to suit customers, out of tho bet '.and
lreshest stook, of which he always Jhas a
good supply on band from which to make
selections. All fitting ot boots and shoes
mado by Mr. Khlers la done in hi own (hop
no roroign ntting ueiui; useu 07 "
Give him a eall, and ho will give you satis
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE
llappy relict lor young men from th; eft
focta ot errors and abuse in early life. Man
knn,i i.ytnrnii. imnndlmcnt tenarrian
removed. New method of treatment."" Hew
....1 n,tirvtiia rflmedlei. ilook and cir
culars sent free, in soaled envelopes. Ad
dress. Howard Association, Mo.. 3 South
Ninth! street, fhtladelpola. Pa, aa lasUttt
onduet and pronttlonal skill. HO-o d.
- --.ail it bttvu44
hi Twrm j
i wit ,ira-i,4.
1 'A t 4
HpriMgi and ptw two tJMMsWor
mo iuanuieturer.in, tnose
places bought- tKpkWsj
goods for apring salo last fall,
not getting tho benefit of Jay
GookeV troubles. Mr. Farn
bakcr pays his solo attention
to buying; and ,being well ac
quainted' IcrioViT'whoro bar
gains arc to bo found. Of
course every merchant will
toll you "ho buyes the cheap
est," but in business as irflife,
"judge a man by the company
he keeps." Farnbaker the
Clothier asks for nothing un
less you think he deserves it.
People havo . not tho least
idea how goods have.faUtn,um
til tho examine a stock bought
lately at "bottom prices."
A small quantity of our
spring stock has already , ax-
mffliw v. :--i
tho St. Nicholas Hotel)
of this old and well-known house, will At
IS. MAXWELL IU,
M anufacturara asd Oaalers Iss -
MACHINE & BURNIG 0ILS
l w l 1
tip . iizuin:dd'j
Mo. 719, NortsCMsMo Bit C
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