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Tim DAILY BULLETIN.
rpiin J1UM.1.TIN UpuMlsliwlfv-'rymornln'?
(exorjit Momlay) In the llullttln Hullilfng, cor
tn Wuhlnnlon M mite nud Twelfth etmt.
Tn IleiArtia Is ftrtnl to city n1seribcr liy
fltliful urrWrs at Twenty 1'lve Cent iVk,
ljWe wwkljr. lly Mull, (In mlrnnrc), IOicr
Annum sixnionllis, C thru; months, ono
moulli, 1 M.
TIlE WEEKLY BULLETIN.
ruullsliol etrry Thursday morning it 1 25
per annum , Intrarinbly in wlYnnrc. 1 lie oMagc
on UieWcAly will 1 prepaid it tills onicc, to
tint lulncribert will obtain It for a lubscrljitlon
rice of (1 a year.
ADVEBTISINa HATES.
I) A 1 1. Y
Hu'lneii CaMi, per annum ..9.Vi 00
One. isruirc, one Insertion,. 1
One square, two Insertions t M
One tcjiuuT, one week - 2 CO
One iwyuarc, two Vi, 3 80
One qure, tlirco weeks,. 4 00
One (oure, one montli, . S 00
W K i: SLY.
One aquaiT, one Insertion, ,
Each iilcn,iieiit insertion,.-...
(I no
, SO
CJ-One Inch ll a (quart'.
E3To regular mlrertlsein we offer tiperlor In
ducement!, both n.i to nil of clinrprs mid man
ner of displaying tliclr f.ivors.
E3Xolicc In lornl column InscrteH for Fif
teen Cents per line for one Inxertlon, Twenty
Cents a line fir two insertions, Twenty-Vive
Cent a line for three Insertions, Tlilrty-Klvc
Cent a line for one week, and Scvcnty-Flvc
Cents n line for one month,
Communication upon aubjocts of ton
era! Interest to the puhllo solicited.
Q"A11 Idlers should lie uldrcucd to .
JOII.V If. OllKItLY,
President Cairo Bulletin Company.
Rending; Hotter on Every ruffe.
JOHN H. OBEBLY, Editor.
Tin: secretary of tho
thcScuato llnauco bill
uothlng."
treasury thinks
Is "better than
hKXATOli Tiluii.M.ix seems to bo tho
favorite licinoeratlo candidate In Ohio
for the next presidency.
Tub Intlatlouists of Illinois will hold
mass meeting In Jacksonville onthoOth
of January, to protest against ''tho re
lc.il ol the legal tender act or tho a-tlrln,
of tho currency notes from circulation.
Aiiioi-s Investigating committees
have started out from Wnshhigton
one went to Vlcksburg, one to New Or
leans, ono to -Montgomery, Alabama, nnd
ono to New York. The llrst three go to
tho places named to look Into political
abu'es, tho last named to examine Into
tho Puclllo .Mull .Steamship company's at'
lairs.
J he Tazewell IttpubUcan says : "The
Johnson county Journal charges tho
Cairo HuLurri.v with purposely leaving
on'oftheltcform State ticket, the iianm
of David Oorc, tho itidVirm candidate for
State treasurer, and thus securliiK il.o
full vote ofthe Opposition for Carroll." If
the Journal made this charge woncor
read It. There wcro no Ilcform tickets
printed In Alexander county. Nobody
wanted to vote huch tickets. How could
wc leave :i name oil' tickets that were not
printed?
UTJII.lt
tii..iKs o.v tiii:
.-VOLS (.'i:TIIAI,.
3fr. J. V. Tucker has been nppolntcd
General Superintendent vice .Mr. A. .Mitch
ell resigned, to take ell Vet January Ut,
187"), nnd ilr. Horace Tucker ActingOen
cral 1'relgUt Agent in jiliicool Mr. J. V.
Tucker, promoted. Mr. Jamas Johnson
lias been appointed General Southern
Agent, with headquarters at Cairo.
These changes mean "business," and are
a promise that the Central will hereafter
be run on broad-gaugo principles.
THE COnMO.'i K 00f.S AMI Stir.
i-i:ki r i:.v i i:.vr j; i-r i; k.
There eccius to bo a well-grounded be
lief that the superintendent of public In
struction, Mr. Kttcr, dlll'ers somewhat
from his predecessors in Ids Ideas ol our
Fygtein of common schools, and that he Is
In favor ofburhlug tho present expensive
tendencies of the common school course.
Tho probability that Sir, Kttcr may re
duce liu theories to practice Is Iho occa
sion In advance of unfavorable crltlelum
upon them and upon his ability for the
responsible position to which he lias been
elected.
If Mr. Kttcr holds tho views attributed
to him, ho Is on the right track. If he car
ries them out, ho will receive the com
mendation of the people. To glvo to
every child In tho State tho opportunity
to acquire a good "common school edu
cation," was tho original scope and In
tention or the system. Tho means to do
this were to bo luamircd by taxation, nnd
experiment showed, that it could be done
without being felt as a burden by tho
people. Hut there has been a gradual
departure from tho plain and substantial
ground work of a good education to n
cpuwo which takca in all the
fitudlca of high bchvols and
colleges, nua our common schools1
mt 1
ns linn conducted ire n vat mbllc u.
iveiise. TliclHMiollts an Intended to be
coninviisiirate, lint Hint they rnv, Isquc
tlmiahlc. I'idatlul school Jumna lutvo
Iktii built, nnd many pxpeinlvo nccc
corlcs Introduced Into llie schools. Wlrnt
was Intended, nnd what was a public
bleslnr, has been trantonned Into n
public burden. Weuellknow the benell
cent ellects the vteni ha had nnd mttt
have upon the ueeele w-neintlons of
American children, and do not wt-Ii to
Ih; understood n waplng any weSiiliist
the common school" 1 ,,l' !iru ,lll
nun-crles of innvlcdc, nnd wu want to
Uic huMmndincn, tnc ((.'nclii'iv,
viT'ctl In till the arts of teach-
Injf, the yoitn Idea how to hliont,
nud arc In favor of nil the hnprou'd meth
od!! of dolnjr this, nud also in favor of
pulling n premium upon jooil teachers
nnd of pavlni; them well lor the ar
duous and responsible labor they un
called upon to iicrform. What wenre
oiipocd to Is the evident aim of many
Instructors and others to turn tlio com
mon school of our day Into a hl;h school
and a college, and give to the few the op
portunity ofbelng educated at the ex
pense of the many. If Superintendent
Kttcr exerts his Inllucneo to curb this ex
travajrant tendency In UHuoW, wo repeat,
ho will merit, nnd wc believe he will re
(n-lve, the gratitude of the people of the
.State.
A Xoxrl Id lUlon.
SI. LoiiI-i Times.
It Is Giilil tb.it a new sect of rellirliHH
('iilliii'liixf.t mv innUUif; iii;iii,vrotlvrrl.s III
Northern Ohio. It Is nippo-i'd lo bo an
outgrowth of the spirit ualMIc Men- of
inaterlalljitlon, ami involves an elabor
ate principle ofineti inpsyc!iols. K would
seem that the exnoMiru ofthc lntlt Ktnir
ab"unllty would hae put an ('H'celii'ii
stop to such luiiacIc.i,huitliumorcnbird
thee eccentricities U'comu thcmorcivad
lly docslliediea'-ed aiidhealed Imagina
tion of religious fanatics sel.o upon It.
The cardinal theories of this new evan
gelical departure arc alllrmcd In the sub
joined thc.-is:
i no soui is immoriai, negiiming wiin
the original creation of the uni
verse nnd lasting for ever. In the course
of Its existence It occupies u varied suc
ccion of bodies on earth. When dis
embodied by the death of Its corporal
form, It liovcrn an imsceii particle In the
nlr until, by a subtle process of material
ization, It tortus for Itself a new Infantile
body. This body It builds up bv what
we regard as the natural tiroce.-s of
grow in. aim ocruiiie.s it mint iieatn again
trees It, when t lie same process l re
sumed again. AVhlle dUembodlcil the
soul understands this scheme ol'e.lt-
ence, hut when clothed hi the form of
flesh It loses the knowledge except hi
those vague glluipes which people are
supposed to have- at tlino of some pre
vious and dllleriirt condition.
The. mvsterv U how thev found It all
outV
Yoiiiik
Men, Itrfruhi
Miiilc.
from I.eiiriiluif
Dr. Granville, who-o autobiography
has recently been publl-hed In London,
was a good amatuer mu-lelau and actor.
He gives the following advice to young
persons oi suminrguis:
"It Is my llxeil and well-considered
(million that, to a yomii" mini i'im-:H'ocl In
serious pursuits, the prodigious wa-le of
hours ot the night, and not unfreqiiciitly
........ ... .i i.. i . 1 . . i-
i-iuii'ii uiu uii , men music i ('(Tiaiu
in i'iiuiii, is pemaps lis least evil, more
particularly to one who has to practice
learned profession. Hut there are oilier
and even more serious disadvantages to
ih: tiupmiu;ii miner mo circumstanci
which will occur to the mlniU of mo-t
men oi mo world, Dangerous alike to
both soul and body. In the course of
tixty years ol iulcr-soelal Ilib
have not known a single In
dividual remarkable for musical
talents as an amateur In early life, mo
nopolizing all the invitations at evening
parties, receiving all the pelting and
charming aecuelts of tho fair sex, who
proven gnixi uir aiiviiimg eio allerward.
On mv lirst Mttlnif in Loudon as n Imli.
pay naval surgeon, In the early part of
this century, what most stood in inv wav
was me lact tnat.at the brilliant soirees
ol LaiiyCharvllle, In riccadlllv Terrace,
I had otten alternated the recitations of
one of the authors of 'Tho Itcjected
.Yiiuresv W illi i iv su " L' lo one sov
f.i.lltllll.lllllll ...i ....It.. ..... ...t. ..I..'
accompanied by the guitar. That fahlon-
aoio repuuuion stiiii; to me long enough
to make me nbliire mv talents, lor. when.
ever ine naiiiu oi uie 'lioetor' was men
tioned or recommended, the lev remark
invariably lollowed, 'Oh, hu who used
to play and sing on the Hpaiil-h guitar von
in .vt lM,i.An..l...iiHiiui ml mivlitlm
to make ot ids son a musical dilettante!' "
Schonck's Mandrake Fills
III bo found to tio-cs those i-u.illtlrs
i ucrssurj iiuno idiui crauicniiou oi nil lill
llous attack, pnmipt to stirt tho secretions
of tlio liver, iiudgite a hc.iltliy touo to tliu
euuru st iiiii. iinieiMi. u is tin nrii iifirv
ui-ivuicij in iiiutueui science 10 nave in
vented a rcnieilv for tboso stubborn coin,
lililnu. ivhleh duvclop nil the result pro
diiccd by a liereturor. free uu of calomel, a
........... Ji'isij iii-.iiui.-u i,y maiiKUIII. ailll
acknowledged to tin destructive in tlio ck.
ircmo to tlio human system. That tliu
propvrucs OI certn n vcL'et:il,Ii-s ennmr mi
nil tho virtues of culomol without Us Inju-
uous leiiueiicies, m nuiv an nunuttcii fact,
reiincrcu inuispiiiuoiu ny selentllle re-
kcnreiies ; nnd Iboso who iisn tlio .Man
drake l'llls will hu ttllly satlsllcd that the
nest medicines am those proved by nature
in ine common Herns ana roots or the IkliN,
TllCSe IlillS (111011 thn hmvels nml i.ni r,.,.l
all billons (leratiKcnients witliout sallvallou
or any of tlio Injurious eirects of calomel or
other poion. Tliu secretion of bilo Is pro-
niiuL-u ui iiiu-iu inns, ua win no seen nt inn
iiuuit-n oniur in mo sioois, aim (iisappeur
lug of the sallow complexion and cleansing
v. .i.w iuii.iiu,
Ullilc directions ni-roiiin.nit em-li tmv nt
..in.- '
ini.
I'rcDarcd null bv .1. II Relieni-L- Son
at their principal olllco, corner Sixth and
Arch Streets, I'lilladilnliln. and for salo bv
"11 dru-fiflst ami dealers, l'rlco i.i cunts por
''" l 'i.ii.viv.ini
CENTAUR LINIMENT
Hie urriit dlsi-oiery of (he
Hire I tit it, I no will whleli
the Cellllllir l.lllillli lll will lint
relleie, no autlliiiK tihleh ll
will not stilxlnc, nml no luine
liens tthlt-li ll ttill nut i-ini.
""Thlii I lmii(? lmiinuixe, hut It
r-iMvssr " " "" himiiiuiri Hu-
VJ'rvf8 risdne la nrlntisl iiriiiinil i-.u-h
hot III- A clrriihir i-onbilnliiir ei-illlli-iiti-a or
it'll III li-r fill i-iiii.ii ul' l-lii-n unit lam . iii.iii'iiIi.Iii . to..L .
Jaw, iprnlna, BtrellinKs, ralds, inList breasts,
lsjlsoiioualiln-s, froreii lit t, -rout suit iht-iuii, ear
mhe, u , and Die recipe of thu Unburn! will I hi
n-nt -finlls to any one It Is the most wonderful
hcalliu: uud iiii-HlletiiiK ugent I lie winld lias
tier produced It fells iu no aillcle Ufuro did
sell, und It sills lascuute It dxea J us I irlut ll pre
lends lo do. One bollle of lhvCeiituurI.ini
iiient fur uiilmaU ()tllow lrnipper) I worth
ImiK It ii I dollars lor spavined, shnilnisl or plllitl
iiuiTi-a (inn iiuui-a, uun ior civtv.tvonii siies-ii,
No fuinlli or sliM'k-nu ni-rnin ulTnnl to ho ivllli.
out Cmiuur J.lnliiu-iit Pi lee, .Ml cents, largo
ixiuiesKi. .1 11, UUS.S ,v W ,
o-i nrouJlHny, ev iork
0A
ASTOItIA u mom than n substitute for
Cuslnr nil ll Iu tin, .ml... siiil',. ui-lti-l,. In ..v.
istencu tthtrli la sun lo ngulale llw bowels,
cure wlndcolle und proiluce uaturul alot-ii, It Is
Ull-HHalll to tale Chllil mil nml mil i-i-i' nml
mutUtrs majr ,iTji, u-T-trly
4 VPN
a-ii
"A lie linallory of 1'm.lilon, I'lcnmro.
mi -iriiriion."
HARPERSBAZAR,
II.I.t'KTHATCD.
NOTtCIt'8 OF TltK lTlRHS.
Tho IJM.irl edited Willi r contribution
pi met and talont Hint we seldom llnd In any
Journa'; iiiul tlio Journal lUelt Is Hie orirsn
otthorcat world orrmblon. Iloston Truv.
cler.
The lUnr coaimcndsltiotl to ovnry mem
ber of tho li'jn.cliulil t J Hip clillil'ren bv
troll ami protly pie nre, to the youim )n.
(Ilea by Its fashion-plates in cmllos variety,
to tliu protlduiitmattoa by Its pulUr g fur
tho children's cl tSes, to pntorfmiilllun by
Its astcful doilgns for cmbiolderodsllpner,
ani luxurious drorslng gowns. Hut tlio
rending nutter of tho tniznr Is uniformly ol
great exrcllctier. Tlio paper ha acquired
u mo iiuuuuriir inr me lire ( o en tnt tnmil
It allords. N. Y. Kvcnlng l'ost.
TKIIJW :
Harper's Hazar, ono ycr....$l 00
rourdollnrj Include nrctiavmnnt oft'.
Postage by the publishers.
. aiiiiscipuons to Harper Magazine,
Weekly, and lln.ar, to one address for ono
yoir, 810 W)) or two of Harper's l'erlod'
c.il, t ) nnu address for one yea', $7 00;
pouago tree.
An extra copy or cllli'r tlio Jlagsxlnc,
Weekly, or lliunr will Co supplied gratis
for every club of llvo (tibscrllirts at $l 00
each, In one reinlttiincu; or, six coplei for
?20 00 without extra copy ; podngo irec,
Hack numbers can be supplied at any
time.
Tho seven volume of Harpci' llazar.for
tho yenrs MVS. 'ou, 'Til, '71, 'fa, 73. ;i, ele
gantly hound In grccu morocco cinih, will
borcut by exp.css, freight l repaid, for
$7 00 each.
irTT.Npu-f tKiiicrs arc not to conv this nil
vertltcmcnt without t lie express orders of
iiarpcrtviiroiiicr.
Adilrc-s IlAltl'Klt.t MtOTIlKIl0, N. Y
ion nam:,
Xolleo
Is licieby j,'len Hint ilcfiiull hmlng Urn undc
fur MKiri' tliuii IMV iIiivs In (lie nut ineiil nfa
ll'irtlnn of I lie iiliioiiut niunil to In" imld liy n
i ertiiln .Mortirtiire exi-cnted lv MlclniH hirnif in
NiiiiiiiI Miuils i'nylor nnd tlilwln 1'iirsniis, Tins
nvsoflliclrlrricliy I'miH-rty, datisl Oetolier
171h. Islll. iironli-l III Ihu lleennti-r'n Ollli '. In
nml for Alexiiiidir rmiiity. In (he Mute of Illi
nois, in iHiok --.tl'-in iiiisis, piiKe mi, etc., lie,
the imilersliriird. suid Ti-ioili'eri. trill mi sniur.
il.iy, the 0th diiy iif.lnnimry, nc.M, A 1). ISTA, lit
inI.l..i... L' In r,.r...,,.,.., i. nil, .1.1.... .....i..F..,..i
by vhlne ul llie power nfnile rnntafnnl in said
Morlpire. mII, nt I'ulilic Aiiellnii, to I In- IiIkIi
est bidder, for null, nt the olllee Inilldliiir of
mild Tni'tivs, eornerof ViihhiKliiii Atemie mid
I.Uiumiili nun, in Mini (;ily-(il l.ulro, In Alex
nnderroiinty nnd Slate nf Illinois, nil the right,
tilleiiiid inlrnt of mild MUlmel Sirott or hlsns
sIkiis, In mid lo 1U iiiiinlM iiil A (lite) midli
(six) in liliM'k liiimlM'reil W (ainett-ttto) In the
Klrst Addlllnii to said oil v of (jtifn. iueiiilliiir
lo llit neodeil plat thereof, with the ni.piirteti
nuees, to sullsfy the purposes itml eiiniiitinn of
Finn .iiiJiiKiige. i , 1 1. nil,
HDWI.V PAItSDXS,
Trustees ofthc Culm ( lly l'roirlv.
Ilalisl, Cairo, 111 , lleeemlier lllli, lv.1.
Xntlcc
hereby piven thatdefiiultluiyliiK Un made
fur mure limn sixty il.it
III the put mentor a
Hirlliin nrihenninunt seemed to
i be imld hv ii
eertalu Mnrtiraee executed bv Thomas d'llnnilu
Hanuiel stunts Tut lor nnd Ijltt In l'nrsons. Tru.
tir.toflhe Cnlro City l'roierty,ilulisl (letolxr
Iflh, 1NU, reeonUsI In the Itcconler'a Olllee, In
nnd for Alexander roiinty, in the Stale of 111.
mils, in laiolt "M" iifiltisls, Mfrp'.iii, etc, we,
the tiiKliTslinieil, siild Trustees, will on Satur
day, llielillt day iifJainuiry nel, A I). Is75,ut
III o'eloek In the liin nunniif tliul ilav, under unci
In vlitue of the potter nf sale eniilaliusi In suld
lnrliraKs, sell, nt I'uhlii Alirtlun, M the hlj-ti-est
bidder, fiirr.ih, ul llie nlllie liulldlnK ufmild
Trustees, eoinir of Wellington Ateniie nnd
KlKhtifiilh Dlreel, in said City of I ulm, In Al
exander county nnd suite or Illinois, all tin
rlchl, title nnd luteivstnf siiid Thomas O'lium
or Ids nstiitns. In unit to lotuumliered T, (Itien-ly-seteii).
In blnek iiunilierisl PI (fiirly-six) In
Hit! First Addition to suld rltynf t'nlro, iiceonl
bit; to the recorded plut theieof, ullli the an
piirteniiiires, to satisfy the purpoecs. mid eomll.
tlouof salil Mortgage.
S ST A ATS TAYf.OIt,
KIWINP.llOXS,
Ti unices or the Culm City l'mi.erty.
D.Uist, Ciilio, III., lleeemlier llth, l7l.
Nil I len
lsherebyKltenth.it defuiilt hailnr lat-n made
for moiu limn aixly ditya in tin; puyinent nfu
portion or theuinoiint seeunsl to lie palilbyn
eerliiln Jlnrtgape e-iili-il by Win. Cussln to
Samuel Stunt- 'Int loriiud Kdtvln Parsons, Trus
tees ortlie Culm City Pniperly, datisl May llth,
IstiS, reeonlisl III the Heconler'a olllee, In and
lornieMinnercniiniy, III llie stulo or Illinois, In
I look "P"if detsls, iia-re IW, tic, the under-
slgnisl, suld'lnislts-s, ttlll, on Saturday, tin,
llth day of Jmiuary next, A.I). Is7., ut 10
o ciiick iniiieiiiruiiiioiiortiiiii nay, umler und lit
virtue of thcpoiter of sale nnitiiliml In snid
tlorlRiis-e, sell, at pilhllc auction, to the highest
bidder, for t-asli, nt the. olllee liulldlng of said
inistit-a, corner or W ashlnglnii nieniii! and
l.lghlirnlh slust, In said cllv of Culm, in Alex
under county nnd stale of Illinois, nil llie right,
title und lnleivst of ml.l Wm, Cussin or his ua
signs, in mid lo bit numUrcl n (thirty-two) in
block numbered it I (titenly-oue) in the Fourth
Addlllnii to mild city of Cairo, ucoinbng to the
m-iinicii iiiiii inereoi, Willi uic uiipurlennncea
tosutlsty the jnirjioses mid condition of suii
.-iuiiBiiKi-. n, nr. 1,1 in T.ti i.wit,
i:i)WJ.N PAKSOXS,
Trustees ortlie Culm Clly Prois-ity.
Duled Culm, 111 , Dec. II luTI. lJ-M-td
Vulli...
Is hereby glten llmtilel'ault Imvlng Ixrn maile
ur inuie iiiaii aixiy u.iya in ine iayment or
iiorlluiiof Hu-amount Mvuml to U- ial.1 liv
iieeitubi .Mnilgageexcciitisl liy llinry Duiiker
i-i 11111111.-1 r-i.i.iia llltllirunil 1 .1 1 tv 1 ll . 'i . 1
Tnuteea or the, (jl .",". .'."l1''1, 1,ll'''
....... ....... iin.1, rironkil In tho lleennler'a
Olnre, In nnd tor Alexuiider eoiinly, in the
nan-in imiuill, in is in K "i"' or ilccda. nu-ro
till ll.. ,.. 1 ... I ...t.l ... ! s
'..'. s . siii-is-iniiil"l, nnu iniSllt'S
will on Suliiidav. die lllli dill of .luiiu.-ire m.t
A I), 1S73, ut pi o'clock In Ihu forenoon of Hint
day, under und hy tlrluo of thu itter of mils
i IIIIU1IIII.-II in -.am .iifingage pen, Ul I'liuilc, Alle
lion, to I he highest bidder, Tor cash, id Ihc of
lice Mill. ling of suld Tiuslees, eornerof Wh
ingtini Aiiniie mid Klidilirnl i street. In ul,l
j il.v ol'C'iili o. In Alexuiider county und State of
Slllllllll, ml UK- ukiu, uue mm inn-ieM 111 hUitl
Henri Duiiker or Ida ussIl'iis. In im.i i.. ii
iiiiiiiImiuI I, (setenlit-n) and Is (clirlitis-iil In
bhiek lilllnlH-nsl -il (ttt-i-nlv.mu-1 In tin. l..i,..it.
inlilllioii liiNild clly or Culm, uccordiiu to Ihc
n-nuiled pint llieieof, with thenppurteniiiieea, In
sutlsfy IhepiiriioM'aiind eondlllnii of said .Mort-
sg-- rt . is i ,i , i n i , i i.u l( ,
KDWI.N PAItSO.NS,
Trusleea of llie Culm Clly I'ioih
I'-ilol. fro, Hi, Dm-niber llth, ItTI.
1... I '..Ik.. I l I .. I .
iniierty.
.S.,-0
Iaheivby titen that ib fault liavlncr 1i-mii
for nunc than sixty ibiya In nJ;
payment of n poitlnii or the amount
i:)"",:) Winum Flli-mlrlek to Suiiiuel
Sliula lu) lor unit l-.dttln I'ursona, 'Irtialni- of
"" "'. 'w "" rein nary s,ii,
iw.i, nconliil in Ihu lleconler'a Olllee. In nn
or Alrxaniler eoiiiilt, in the Stutciir lUlnnla,
in llonk '-I'" orilmU.page'H), we, the Under.
Slgllis . sa i I nikll-es. will, (in Sutni. m- n...
"iiii.it- ol .laiiiuiry next, A. I), l75, nt in
i in ok in ini-iiiiviiooii oi nun nay, uiiiiernnd
lit- t (l inn nf lln, i.i ..I. i.r u..l.. ...1... .s
' I '""wiiii-i 111 r-iuii
jiii ikukf, em, in I'linue .iiieiiiin, to the high
est bidder, for cash, at the nlllm liiillilliiiTnf
Kim i nisiccs, cnriieror tln.hlngliin Au-niieund
I. Ig lln-lldl Slltrt. Ill Salll I llv nf I'ull-n. In 'I.
exander rounly und Slale of Illinois, nil the
riKiiisiiii" uiui nnrreii in i-a in it iiiiam l-lii.
lunri-'K or nit nstlgiis, in mid lo lot iiumheie I 5
jii.ii, in iimik in iiimiin i (iini-i in ine s-iiii
Addllloii to said rlly of Culm, according lo Ihc
I i-i.niii-ii i.i.ii IIH-II.-III . iiiiii inn unniirii.iiniiHu
to Hit 1.1 the piirposea mid comlillrin of said
.'iwiiU'Sfis n.ni .AAin 1,111.111(1
i-.nti i. r.uisox-,,
Tinsliinof the Culm (.llv I'miwrty
Dated, (.ulro, 111,, Daeinlier llth, If,!. '
Xoilro
I herein clreii IIliI ili-runli havlmr iu, ..
fur inore than sixty dajs In the iiat nientof u
jiortlonof thenmoiiiil secuiwd lo la? oald bv u
eei hi In Unrlirui!u i-i-iiIm1 In- lr..l VT i-i' '
to Samuel Stall 'liu-lor nn,t Kilui,, n..'.:'. . :
rtilis-a of the Uilro J 'lit l'roKity, dahsl .March
audi, 117a. reeoiilvl InOie ltic.mler- onlce, I i
mid fur Alexander county, In the State or ill
liuia, In llonk " I" or tlwsla, pageSI7, He, e
liuders uiiisl. aald Tni.livji. ull .... U .'.. ..
th l"h day uf January next, A. D. Iff.-i, utV)
, 7 V .i "ml "i unntrund
br Irme of the ).oit.-r or aide conialiird In u,
Morlage. sell, ut I 'ill. lie Aiiellmi, to the hlglie.t
bidder, fnrcish, ut theolllic building .,r,a,
.:iKh.ecntlMir-t,lnfnldCI.
iiiidircoiiulyiind Stuti-of Illinois, ull iheilirin
lltlumid Inlereal of said ItiW ,1, close or In r
usslgus, iiiuudtolotaiiiiiulHiisI I (uue) ' (two)
a llhive), 4 (four), ft (live), a (six), 7 (ieienl. s
(eight), U (nine), In block munla-red m (eighlv-
cigiiil in ine t irl unillllon lo tin- ,u. clly of
',"s " "- nt-iiiiuai iiiui iiu-rrot.
w ith the iiiipurleiiuncca, to saintly the purposej
and condition of suld Mortgage.
H. H-AATS TAVI.OII,
KDWIN 1'AUSONS, '
Inulivi of Ihu Cairo City Prunwiv
Datt.il, Cairo, 111., DutmWr llfti, Jfff. '
I'lIYNICIAXN.
TTT1LL1AM R, SMITH, M. D,
IlKSlDKXClCi .No 21 Thirteenth Slreet, I.
iwecn Wnshlngton ncnucand Walnut stmt
OITICKl North side of lllghth street be
tween Commercial and Washington atrnne.
W. DUNNINQ, M. D.
HKSIDIlSCKl Corner Mnlh nnd W.li.nt
ttntts,
OrriCT.! Comer Rlslh street nl Ohio Uver.
Orricr. iiouitH fmnioa mvto 12 in., nnd
iVom 2 to 8 p m.
W. BLAUW,
Gormnn Phyflioinn.
OrTirKi Hudcr'a lllock, (iip-stnlrs), corner
Klghlh atnt't and Wnslilngtoii ntuiuc
LAWYMM.
gAMUHL F.
WHEELUn,
AUoriioy nt liiitv.
OFr'ICK! Ohio Iti-c, over room formerly
uccuplril by 1'irst .National Hunk,
G'AlltO, ILLINOIS.
J-UlsKEY & SON,
AUorucyN at Istiiv.
OFFlClIi i:ighlh Stn-ft, lKttiern Commer
cial mid Washington nteiiiiea,
n',!i,a,n.u",il.Xey J CAIIIO, ILLINOIS.
Q.nEEN & OI1BEIIT,
AtturneyH and Cuuu.sclorN
at jjiuv.
Ol'KIClii Ohio Ix-tet, rooms 7 and 8 Oler
City National Hank,
William II Cirtrn, )
William II. Olllurt, J CAIIIO. ILLINOIS.
Miles ll'i-d, Gilbert
fiRneelnl ntlenllnn f!i-n ,n I.I.hImIi.. ...t
(1, -,, I, lw. nl I.M. "" """""""I " S
(atoi:iiii:N.
0 I). Arler. J. w, Stewart.
ARTER & STEWART.
(Surccssora bi I), Arter A Co.)
GROCERS
AKTU.
Commission Merchants
No. 113 Commercial Avenue,
CAIEO, ILLS.
Bristol & Stilwell,
FAMILY
GROCERS
x Keep ovcrything portnininK to
mo uno oi ssinpio ana i'anoy Qro'
coriCB, Woodonwaro, Vogotablcs
TOIZE
ON
WHEELZB.
Wagons, Carts, Porambiilators.
vuiuuipuaos, wnooi-llorsos,
Swings, Tables, Chairs,
Wardrobes, Bodstcads,
Trunks, DiBhcs,
SkatcH, &c.
Malaga Grapes, Fruits,
iNuts, oake's Can
dies, &c, &c
ion tiii:-
HOLLADAZE.
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
CAIRO ILIi.
Tow-Boat Por Salo
Ull, Slihscillier nn"er fnr snl n.. si,.,,,,
tt l'lh i iiil 1 s,lr"l"'l llout, Ike iranini It.
n,ri I i1; ''', ""wl'lnfry. tackle-, apimrelun.
Iiirultiiie an Mic u,,w M u, r,.i. ',,,'
le ihiWi ri1 f'"' hrsiu'lllivi feel, r
Isilii i-.i r i i . " "o ions, nnc lias 3
Sfu'nn'r
iuiiI.ii... ""'in K"on luiminuu lor-
(s.m in, ... a, a.
Tatiok.
M-ll-W-lf,
vi "i ioiiuiw3, 1V7I,
MI'NIC NTOIti:.
New Music Store.
HOBBINS'
BIG MM!
112 COMMERCIAL AVE.,
cAmo, ILL.
Is ITotT Open.
PIANOS,
omiANS,
SHEET MlrSI(!
Musical Morchandiso of all kinds
nipricoa to suit tho times.
Messrs. ltobblns would niinniinco to
their friends nnd tlio riibllcclicrally
that lin 1mi been, ns llicy tnist,
favorably known tliroiu-h-out
lids reulon ns ileal-crslnl'IA.NOS.OIt-(lANS.iVo.iCoii.
lll'I'ICll Willi
tlio wholesale
limist' of W, W.
Kimball or Clilcai-o, for
tlio putt ten years, they
liavo ('(included to open ii Music
Sloru In Calm, wlicro they will keep
on tnmil. nml tin i.,in.tiitt,. Iii .Anl,.t ..r
...... ,, Willi 'II
eterjtl.liitf In their lino iloMrcl hy tholr
PIANOS.
Krom tlio Celebrated manufactory of
HALLET, DAVIS & CO.,
of llostnn. A-l'lano of world-wide, rcputa
: i-'.-'-iniii hi mi ijiii iiuii-n niil-
sli-lans In lm 11, n l.n.l In...,,. I- I..
.: i. .. : " ' in... iii.iiiu hi
ine uniicii btntca; nlso, the tery iiopnlar
GREAT UNION PIANO
Made In Now York, of which
orr4(W in Southern 1lllnois,"k'Mng pcrlect
SMITH'S
American Organs.
The most perfect and durable Organ ever
inaue, mere ocidj; now over 07,oijo in use,
THE
Kimball Orchestral Organ.
A very lino Instrument, adapted lo IN"
SI ll'.Mi;.TAI. An WKU. AS HAC'IIKD
.Ml!HIC, nnd becoming more ami more pop-
illsl i 1 V K J
SHEET MUSIC
A eroat variety, selected Willi ere, n-id
mllllltl-ll In tins u-rmtu nriiiir.ii.1,,,,,,., ......
hi-tln),' of nil the new nnd popular inu'-Ic of
1 . ., V i,yjln uu.i. a.iu l..jiui
MI'.N l'Al..
A Largo Collection of
Studies & Exercises
FOR THE USE OF SCHOLARS.
Wo would call bpcclal attention iiftencli
era 10 win department ot our etock.
Orders, fiollclted, and music nclcctcd to
Milt and sent by mall, mi same terms
as from larue cities.
TO TEACHERS.
AVu Will furnish our music In ti-.w-linrs nt
thu Usual ill-count; will elect inilsli; for
your fctioiam. ir you win let us know tliu
grade nud style desired.
Tencbem evcrvwlicre are requested to
m'iiu us uicir auurcss, anil wo win Kcc
iiiciu iiiioniicu oi uie new put-ucailocM.
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE OF
VIOLINS, ALLKINDS
GUITARS,
FLUTES.
CLARINETS, BANJ0S
PICOLOS,
FIFES,
DRUMS
CYMBALS BAND INSTRUMENTS,
OF ALL KINDS, FURNISIIED
TO ORDER.
ACCOR DEANS,
HABMONICAS,
inrsir harps
MTR0x0MS,
TUNING FORKS,
VIOLIN HOWS,
VIOLINCELLOS,
D0U1JLE JJASES,
TAMR0R1NKS.
ALL KINDS OF SMALL GOODS
BOW HAIR,
TAILPIECES,
VIOLIN PEGS, ' ,,,ut" BUHnuo
CAPA d' ASTROS,
BRIDGES, &C.
Willi Imnriredi of articles In our line, re-,
tuuiuh- mu iiiucii njiaco ior enuiiicriitioii,
MUSIC BOOKS.
Of every ilejsrlptlon on band, orfiirnlNlicd
iu inuur,
INSTRUCTION BOOKS.
For all Hindi of Instrument.'..
All 1'ianoH fcold bv us aro warranted llvo
years, aim sauuadion guarantied.
PIANOS OR ORGANS
BOLD ON MONTHLY PAYMENTS,
Tills bcliiir tlio oiilv ri'L-ular Jluilu .Slnrn
nenror than St. I.oula, wo liopu our fair and
honorable) dealing may induco our frltndw
to mstaln iu by a liberal patronage,
AddretM,
ROBBINS' MUSIC BAZAR,
Cairo Illinois,
3XE
DEALER IN
MEN'S AND BOY'S
CLOTHING
FURNISHING GOODS, MOROCCO DAGO, I&C,
Is now prepared to show one of tho most su
purb stocVs ever offered in this community.
He will notTbe undersold.
SILK HATSAKIALTY!
Gentlemen desiring hats of a precise fit
can have tho measure of their heads taken to a
hair, and their head gear made to order in the
latest fashion and finest stylo.
79 OHIO LEVEE, CAIRO, ILLS.
-PARTICULAR NOTICE.
Wc have replenished our Job Printing Ofliee with
many fonts of new type and liavo orders out for other
fonts of tlio latest popular styles. AVo aro determined
to establish the reputation of our olliee for first-class
work, nud ninko our prices so low that the most enthu
siastic patrons of foreign cities will be compelled to ad
mit (hat wo do work at lower prices than any other of
fice in the country. Air. Oberly, admitted to bo ono of
the best practical job printers West and South, has
assumed personal supervision of tho job printing de
partment, and will endeavor to give satisfaction to or.i
many patrons.
I'ONNr.sil'TIO.V.
Consumption Cured
To 1'iiiTnii or Tim IIi.i.i.ltin!
I.'stkkiikii Khu.mi: Von iaIII iK-asc Iiifurin
yuiir it-aili-ru Unit I limi-ii iiosllliv
Curo for Consumption
ami nil ilisorilrrii or tlic lliront unit Limps, nml
that, liy lu iisi- ill my iimcllii', 1 li.n c cnivl
liuiiilinls of ciim-s, nml will uiMi
ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS
foru i-iim' It will nut liciii'llt linlissl, m strong
I will bciiiI ll fiimjilu l'l(l;i: lu nuy biilk-itr
aililivssliii' ino
1'lciiM! tisv Oils lilti'i- lo nny om- you may
know 'lio Is nilcrli' 1 innl llit-sc ilUinst-d nml
oliligu. l-'iillliitilly yiiiirH,
, nit. t r iintT.
M Wlllliiww&l.. NW York.
TIIH .MASON X HA.MMX
ORGAN COMPANY
WJ.NNi:i.S of tlmti lilulii'.t nusluH nml ill.
IiIoiiki of lioiioi-, nt Vli'iiiui, IM7.I, nml
Turin, ImiT, now ninrllic llm-st iissiuiini'iil uf
tliclw-st riililiut oiKiiiis in llie woiM. Ilii'lilillii
new t-ly It-t with imnt liiiiioi'iii('iils not nnlj
rxcliislii'ly lorciisli, ns roiintily, Init ulso on
lu-w iiIiiiih of iuwy luynii'iits, tlio moat riMirnlili;
11 IT lllll'l'lil. ('1111114 ivllllil Willi Mhll(L-l' ul
iinri'hu.u, to nlniost uny nn I of tliu coiiutiy.
l lrsl imymi'iit 'J w or iiiwiuU.
lllu.lniUil i-ntnloirut'ii uml clrciilnrii. with full
imfllculBis, m'iiI tin-on risjurst, Aililrtsu
MASON & HAMLIN OltOAN CO.,
lioston, Ntw YoiK or CIiIcuku
Pare Coffee
FRESHLY ROASTED
AND GROUND.
i ARTER & STEWART
IS
113 Commercial Avonuo.
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SAM WILSON,
IltALlll IV
BOAT STORES, GROCERIES,
PROVISIONS, &o.
No. 110
Oliio jovoo.
AGENTS WANTED
i oii
Pro. Fowlor's Groat Work
ON
MANnOOD, WOMANnOOD,
AMI
THEIR MUTUAL INTER-RELATIONS
I.of: IU I.-imu, I'uiml, fie,
A GIANTS htp ulllnu finm lit In ifl cAplM ft
J . il.iy Kcml for uvliiii'ii uirrK nml Ic uns
In nxiiilt. nml hi- why It sells fiitir tlmn ny
llllli r hook .lsl'S9 .Vtttloillll I'llllllslllllg Co ,
I'lilliitIi.liUU, l'u , CIiIcuku, Ills , or it, LuuU,
3Io.
laiirKMMlV (UfllUIIHl lusmlr.l
ISsnipl. l'trk...,. ilk I'll.. List. luAllwl (of Ul. ...ll I
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