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locals ofjthe week.
The St. Mary's park fenco Is nearly
r i ii.
Tue Grht wigwam wm dedicated on
Monday night .last.
i i itt i
Collector Cater, Grant's noted broth-or-ln-lnw,
wat in Cairo lait week.
Chab. 0. Palter & Oo. say cboico butter
can always b found at tbolr ttoro.
Paducah it dlscoasolato. Hbebai no
chain gang which seoms to unnatural.
11k. Tom Sullivan, of Zanesvllle, for
merly of thii city, called on us yesterday.
The Turner ball last Monday night
was highly enjoy od by overybody present.
JJailkt Ilarrell left this city on Tues
day with hit family for his new home in
The Knights of Cbappaqua, anew Lib
eral organization, will shortly bo formed
in this city
It is rumored that Bird, tho colored ora
tor, is casting n wishful eye at tho city
The transit stoamor Illinois, thoroughly
repaired, has taken her place in the Cairo
and Columbus trade.
Tiikiik will bu preaching at tho Chris
tian church this morning and ovunlng, by
Kid. B. It.Trlmblo.
Moshkk, the man who killed
back, lately committed aulcldo by
ing poiioit at Rullvllle.
The barbecue ut (iooio Island, Friday,
was largely attended, Speeches were
mado by .Me-ir. (Srecn, Poe ind Oberly
Mh. Chriitopher Hanny and Miss l r
sula Gaulhcr, both of this city, weru mar
ried on tho ICth hut., by Ituv. Mr.
The Mornplili and Si. loui railroad
is making preparations for tho ilumediato
bunding or tho road from St. Louis to
Til r. (J rnolcy boys of tho city ha vo organ
ized a Uroeley and llrown club and with
martini musir, banners nnd torches, they
mako a vory credltabla appearance on
II. L.'. l.on.i.v, u. a. (Jauger, i out on
an extended tour for tho purpofu of camp
ling, gauging and branding with a huge
burning iron all tho innnltnato beer
packages to bo fojnd In tho district.
A week ago to-day, some mlichlovous
boys sot flro to the wreck of tho old gun
boat Tuscumbia, which has for years laid
on the bank of tho Ohio, half way between
Cairo and Mound City.
Col. Hacker mado a speech at
Goose Island, on I'riday, and exhibited
much of his old tire. Thu Colonel docs
not weary of well doing, and tho older be
ttcorncs the more enthusiastic ho grows
in the cause of bis country.
Soakcelv an unoccupied dwelling houso
is to bo found In tho city of Cairo. W
know of no better Investment of capital
than the bullJinir of neat and comforta
hie cottago residences In this city. They
would tlnd renters at good prices all th
The Teutonic Life Insurance Co., rep
resenting tho liiim.irck liund is n char
tered institution under control of the
Stato of lIlinoN. Tho wockly payment
for a Life Policy ol $1,000, at tho ago of
thirty yearn, amounts to only 41 cents.
Go to Carl I.. Thomas and get n policy at
Loum lllantau will givo a grand open
ing lunch to-morrow morning, at his new
saloon on Kighth street, between "Wash
ington and Commercial avenue?, and ex
tends an Invitation to bo present to tho
public and the rest of mankind. Rlan
tau's new saloon will, wo doubt not, be one
of tho most popular saloons In tho city.
Ho will keep nothing but the best of li
quors and beer, and will bo attcntlvo and
polito to his customers. Don't forget tho
lunch to-morrow morning at 10 o'clock.
The 'Sun is anxious to know what
Mr. Oberly meant by stating at tho club,
meeting tho other night that ho would dis
cus' tho public questions "at n 'future
day." Ho meant what ho said. Tho air
was too chilly tho other night to justify
any person in an attempt to muku nn ar
gumentative speech In tho open air j but,
when opportunity oilers, Mr. Oborly will
to tho best of his ability proceed to skin
Radicalism as It Is In Southern Illinois, and
hang its hido up to dry.
The Liberal meeting lor tho organlza
tlon of a Grooley nnd Brown club on
Thursday night was largo and enthusiastic.
Tho following ollicors wero solectcd :
President, W. P. Barclay.
Vico presidents at largo, Jno. M. Lans
den, Thos. Wilson. 1st ward, P. G.
Schuh ; 2nd ward, H. Houpt ; Ud ward,
A. G. Uoldon ; 4th ward, J. H. ltoblnson.
I Corresponding socrotarv, M. B. Har-
Recording secrotary, A. Comings.
Treasurer, Dr. II. C. Tabor.
JCxocutlve commlttoe, 1st ward, "V. H.
Oroen; 2nd ward, Dr. Artorj 3d ward,
Wm. Mcllalo ; 4th ward, W. W. Thorn
ton city at large, B. Staats Taylor.
Thursday, Friday nnd Saturday last be
ing tho first after tho 14th of Scptombor,
wero Kmbor days, observed by tho church
as days of fasting and prayer, In roturnlng
thanks to tho Almighty for having tlngod
tho meadows and hillsides with ripening
grain and profusely "crowned with tho
sickle nnd tho whoatcn shoaf ' tho winter's
storo of food for man and boast. Kmbor
days occur four times during tho year.
First, after tho tlrst Sunday In Lont;
next, after tho foast of Whitsuntldo ; next,
in September; nnd last, after tho tilth of
Docembor. Tho custom has prevailed
ilnco tho third contury, and tho weeks In
which these fast days como nro called
"Kmbor weeks." It is supposed tliut tho
namn was takon from tho ancient custom
of using ashes of cmbors in connection
CAIRO, ll.Lt., Sept. 21, 1872.
Editor Bulletin: l wish to occupy
a short spaoo in your paper this morning,
in roply to an article that appeared in tho
'Pun' of Friday, stating that I was all
right again, and that I was a prominont
that I am very changeable, but how could
be any other wise, following an editor
llko Mr. Davis? Ho changes very often
himself, for whon I was sent to jail on tho
charge of robbing tho treasury of tho
Grant and Wilson club, Mr. Davis said
that in making cliango, I had made
a mlstako In my onw favor to tho amount
of $63. But own he changes his tune, and
I am a very good fellow. But I am not
good enough to voto tho Republican
ticket. So now Mr. Eeditor, I liavo said
enough to convince tho people that I am
for Greeley and Brown and with my as
sistance they shall bo eloctcd noit No
AMI Y A I S.
Stcamor City of Chester, Momphis.
Susie Silver, N Orleans.
Frank P. Grncy, Kvansvlllo.
City of Helena, Vicksburg.
Jim Fiik, Jr., Paducah.
S. II. Lone, Bird's Point.
Steamer City of Chester, St. Louis.
11 Idlewild, Mound City.
" Susie Sliver, St. Louis,
" Frank P. Gracy, Kvansvlllo
" Glasgow, Memphis.
City of Helena, St. Louis.
" Jim Fisk, Jr., Paducah.
11 Nashville, Memphis.
" Illinois, Columbus.
1110 MUDDY COAL.
Steamboats supplied at any timo, both
day and night, with either lump or chest
nut coal, In any quantity, nnd on usual
terms, at tho yard at Grand Tower, Ills
SpaxUl oontraoU offend on favorahlo
terms upon application.
H. V. Olvi hant,
D. A. Bokee, Ocn'l.Supt.
Sales Agent. 3-1 5-1 y.
JIOATH TO LEAVE TO-DAY.
The steamer II. S. Turner will huvo to.
day at 10 a.m. for Now Orleans and all
wav points. Tho comfortable steamer
Capitol City is tho regular packet, depart
Ing for Memphis, JVIcksburg and way
landing, at 0 o'clock this evening. Th
regular Kvansvlllo packet leaves at 0
o'clock tills evening. Tho Grand Tower
will bo np at C o'clock this evening, bound
far St. Louis nnd way points. Tho Chai.
Ilodmann is advertised to lcavo for all
southern ports this day at' noon.
CONDITION OK THE ItlVKK.
Tho river was rising vory slowly yes
terday. Tho total rlio last week was lGj
Inches. Tho following is tho accurate
depth of water at tho different named
places. At Cottonwood, n feel; Shawnee
town bar, 33 inches; Henderson'', 27
inches, and tho worst placo In tho lower
Ohio. Boats report seven feet water below
here. Thu Mleilislppi is still on tho fall,
with probably 6 feet scant nt Powers" Is
land. Pilots havo no partiality for Bird's
IIUSINE'S AND WEATHEIt.
There was considerable doing on the
leveo during yesterday. Thore is not
much freight on band this morning.
The weather was smoky and if we wero
an almanacist we should say that Indian
summer had put in an appearanre.
Tho Illinois took her placo in her trado
yesterday morning. She is now in splen
did order. Tho Idlewild has gone to
Mound City and will bo taken out on the
ways and her bull caulked.
The Glasgow did not succeed in getting
a load for Momphis and had to leave dy
ing light. She will enter tho Memphis
and Whito river trado.
ThoSusiuSilvcr discharged 400 tons rail
road Iron at Memphis Among tho
freight stio discharged hero was six hun
dred barrels of flour shipped from Now
Orleans to Peoria.
Tho Nashvillo succeeded in getting a
fair Momphis trip and left for that port 1
Tho Susio Silver will havo now chim- .
noys erected at St. Louis. '
Captain Rush, or tho H. S. Turnor, 1
camo from St. Louis by rail to engage
freight for his steamer. i
The new steamer Frank P. Gracoy 1
made her debut yesterday forenoon. She 1
is u very roomy and good looking steamer, '
and is well adopted for tho trade for
which shojwas built, that between hero
and Nashvillo. Slio Is under charter to
tho Kvansvlllo and Cairo packet'eompany
during low water. Sho was detained
sevornl hours by fog, and while coining
over Grand Chain her foro and aft hog
chain parted, letting tier stem down sev
eral Indies. Tho Gcorgo W. Thorns is
hard aground at Hnmlctsburg, and so far
away from tho channel that her namo
can hardly bo road with a spy glass. Tho
Jennie Howoll Is reported aground at
Montezumu. Charlio (Juosnoll second
clork of tho Colorado has been appointed
llrst clerk of tho City ef Chester vico J.
W. Buskotto who is on tho sick list again.
Tho snag puller Long is doing good work
removing snags in Birds bond,
Tho Colorado camo out from St. Louts
in 21 hours drawing over Uvo feet. Sho
rubbed vory hard nt Powers' Island and
hnd to go into it twico boforo sho got
t- mil .Innnt lntn anpAml nlnrlf nrlhn Imp
, , . , , , ., ,
iiu la iiutT ins viut fv ui tuu f (mm x
Gracy. Sovoral car loads of poultry nro
on tho leveo waiting for n through boat lo
Frank Hundley was prcscntod with a
pot coon a few days ago. Ho will soon
havo enough animals to start a managerio.
Tho Shannon has concluded to try
ngaln to got to Cairo. Sho got her bargo
oir Ilondcrson, and picked up another
bargo and llghtenod,up, but whothor she
will got out, remains to bo seen.
Tho Tom Jasper had taken tho placo of
tho S. S. Merrillo, recently destroyed by
Tho hull of tho J. C.Swan, now usod at
Columbus, Ky., as a wharfboat, will bo
brought up to Mound City in a day or
two for repair j.
Anothor circus man was horo trying to
charter a boat.
Tho Paducah packet Jim. Fisk brought
in a fair trip of pooplo and freight she
done a good huslnoss last wook. Tho S,
H. Long camo into port for coal and
storos. Tho Mollio moor is aground be
twoon horo and St. Louis.
City National Batik Bntldlav.
at,gpcial attention paid to orders Irom siearu
Omcc Cairo City Ferrt Co.
Notice is hereby given that a meeting
of tho stockholders of this company will
bo hold at tho company's ofllco, corner of
Cth and Leveo street, in this city, on Tues
day, October 8th, 1872.
8. Staats Taylor, President.
Cairo, Ills., Sept. 21st, 1872.
A rfu'iilar communication o
VVCalro Lodge No. 2.37, V. and A.f
Will bo noiu in jiasonic nun,
Monday evening Scptombor 23d A. 1),
1872 A. L., 6872. Work In M. M. Dc-
aroe. visiting rjroinron coruiauy mviwu.
fl tl. ..... (J
1100,000 TO LOAN ON CAIRO CITY
1 am prepared to ncgotlato tbo abovo
amount on Cairo city property In sums of
from $500 to $.50,000, on flvo years time,
interest 10 per cent, and commissions
reasonable. Also $500,000 to loan for
terms of flvo years on Improvud farms in
Southern Illinois and Missouri. or
further particulars address me at Carbon
dalo Illinois. William H. Ross,
d.Vw tf. Loan Broker.
ICKI ICKII ICKIII
From Wednesday May 1st, the Ice
wagon will canvass tho city, to continuo
during tho summor months. None but
pure northern lake ico will bo delivered.
Husk, Looms, & Co.
FLOWERS FLOWERS 1 1
Selected strong flowering Hyacinth-
bulbs, well adopted for glasses or bedding
purposes at Jackal's Salnon, eornor of 12th
street and Washington avenue. Ilulbi to
bo mil up now In glasses or jkiIs, will
bloom at Christmas. twj-dlm.
Five York Milk Cows for salo. Ap
ply to Lewis Drlestmann, Commercial
avenuo between Fourth and Sixth street.
On Julv 30th l'atrlck Fitgcrald by
falling on his doorstep broke two of his
ribs. Having a few days before pur
chaied an accident ticket for flvo days at
tho railroad ticket ofllco ho has just re
ceived forty-flvo dollars as Indemnity
for threo weeks, disability. General
accident tlckots Insuring sgninst death to
tho amount of $3000 or Id dollars per
week indemnity in case of disability from
any kind of accident nro for salo at thu
Illinois Central Railroad ticket, otlico at
twonty-flvo cents for twenty-four hours
W. 11. Rockwell Sc Co. have the
iccncy for tho sale of tickets to tbo Free
i Gift Concert In aid of the Public Library
Five hundred thousand dollars In cur
rency to be distributed In gi:ts of from
$100 to $100,000. See circulars.
Ulankeniiuko ahead I Wines and Ci
gars I oldest and choicest, at the EXCEL
SIOR SALOON, opposite tho Post Office
Finest of Liquors, Free Lunches and mu
sic every day. The great Liberal and
Dcraocratic,Greely& Brown drinko Weis
Ueer, is made a specialty, and Frcdprides
himself upon keeping the freshest and
coolest in the ctty. Lemonades tbo cold
est, mixed drinks and music tho finest
Go there. C-2Ttf
Rids will be received up to 2 p.m., tho
20th Inst., by tho Commissioners of High
ways for Townships 17. S. R 1 W
3d P. M., at their offlco in tho Court
house, for filling and grading the Cairo
and Mound City road at tho point known
as tho Goose pond, at so much par cubic
yard. Also for constructing a box culvert
in said fill ; work must bo commenced im
mediately and bo prosecuted to completion
without delay, under tho direction of said
Commissioners. For all necessary infor
mation and plans of work you are direc
ted to call on their chairman at tho Court
Tho Commissioners rcservo tho right to
reject any or all bids.
Chas. A. Scofield, Corn's
Purk Wines nnd Liquors not a head.
acho or a tight in a thousand gallons of
It at the Thalia Saloon, corner Twolfth
street and Washington avenuo.
9-3-d 1 w
WATKR-proof St. Louis Lager beer at,
tho Thalia Saloon. Persons who drink
it defy storms and dampness, and nover
have occasion to pay a doctor bill.
Louis Hlatau's saloon dosorvus tho
popularity in to which it has grown. It has
boon vory handsomely 11 1 ted up, and is so
comfortablo that it is a ploasuro to wbllo
nwav a spare hour thore. Tho bar is
supplied with all kinds of flno liquor and
wines, nnd with tbo best of Fresh Lager
1 IVnlao Tlnnvllinl In .1 n) tnlnn inn ia
I cannot bo excollod. A lunch, froo to
patrons, is spread ovory day, and an article
of Swoltzor Chooso, tho host intbomarkot,
is always on hand. Mr. Blautau Invites
tho public to givo him a call, on Eighth
street, between Commercial avenuo and
Ohio Leveo, opposite tho Perry Houso, in
Riser's building. 7-2. d tf
Aoent'b Omen 1. 0. R. R. Co.,
Cairo, Aug. 29, 1872.;
Horeaftor all bills of lading for prop
erty shipped on tho transit steamer Illi
nois will bo signed at tho stono depot of
flco. Jas. Johnson, Agt.
P. Saup's popular Tobacco and Cigar
Storo is located on Commercial avenuo,
between Sixth and Seventh stroots, and
marked by the uniquo sign of " the Girl of
IT IS A POLITICAL FACT
a religious fact a moral fact a scien
tific fact a fact indisputable, that P.
SAUPhas on band, at his popular To
ll acco and Cigar Stork, tho host brands
fall kinds Tobacco and Cigars.
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
Tho host, most reliable and cheapest
Pianos and Organs in tho markot and on
torms to suit tbo purchasor. Old instru-
Mrs. McGee has clcarod her shelves of
summer goods to mako room for tho largo
and handsome stock of Fall goods which
sho will be now daily receiving through
the Fall season. Her well known good
tasto and success In pleasing her many
customers Is a guarantco that only tho
latest fashions and host quality of millinery
and fancy goods will be found nt her es
tablishment. Ladles aro cordially invited
to call and cxamlno her" bonnets, hats,
ribbons, shoes, gloves, flowers, trimmings
fall sorts, etc., etc. 0-7 -tf.
GOVKRNMKNT SALE OF PROP
Surveyor's Olllcc, (!titom lloue, 1
Caiko, Illh., fcept. 11, 1872. I
Tho following articles of property, per
taining to tho Offlco of Survoyor of Cus
toms, will bo sold at public Auction, for
cash In hand, at tho Custom Houso, in
Cairo, on tho 20th day of September, at
tho hour of ten o'clock, a.m., viz:
Two small office desks,
Ono heating stovo and pipe,
Tho safo can bo seen In tho ofllco of Dr.
H. Wardnor, lately occupied by the Sur
voyor of Customs.
9-12tf Oeoruk Fisher, Survoyor.
Ik you want FinoToasor Coffees, Splco
or canned Fruit, choico fresh flutter, or
tho very best Flour, go toT. W. Carrleo's
grocery storo on Washington avenuo be
tween Eighth and Ninth streets.
Ir vou wish to indulge in a delicious
cigar, patronize P.Saup, Commercial ave
nuo If you wish good chowing or smok
ing tobacco, pipes, tobacco pouches, etc..
go to r. Baup s
popular Tobacco and
Olllcc of .Superintendent of t'ustom lloiikc, 1
UAIItO, II.I.S.,M'pi. inn, ISi.. j
Tho undersigned will sell at public auc
tionon Thursday, the 2Cth day ofSeptem
her, at 10 o'clock a. m., on tho premises of
tho custom luU'o at Cairo, Illinois, gov
eminent property as follows, viz :
Small lot ash and walnut flooring and
Shovels and hoes.
Ruckets, iron and wooden.
Large lot of scaffolding plank.
Iron beams and scrap iron.
Nails and othor hardware
1 mortice machine, noarly new.
1 platform scales.
Screens and Sieves.
3 iron trucks.
G work benches.
1 bell and fixtures.
1 grindstone with fixtures.
1 letter press and stand.
Chairs and other articles too numerous
Terms of sale, cash. All goods must be
removed within three days from sale.
G. II. Sease, Superintendent.
Supenl-or's Onice Internal Rev..
Cu-toiu-Houe, Cairo, 111., Sept. 11, 187'
The following articles of property per
taining to tho olllce of supervisor of in
ternal revenue, will bo sold at public auc
tlon,for cash in hand,at tho Custom Houso
In Cairo, Ills., on the 20th day of Septem
ber 1872, at tho hour of ten o'clock a.m.
Two (2) Desks, nearly new;
Six (0) Walnut Chairs, Cano Seated ;
Two (2) Walnut Chairs, Cane Seated,
D. W. Munn, Supervisor Int. Kov.
Tho undorsigned, late workmen with
J. P. Gamble, havo opened a shop, corner
of ICth street and Commercial avenue, for
tho manufacturo and repair of Wagons,
Uuggies, drays, etc., etc., and for tho pur
pose of doing a oknkkai. whkk'.kioht
uusiNKb. Thoy respectiully ask a share
of tho public patronage.
C. C. Davidson.
EICUHOFF FURNITURE FACTORY
Wm. Eichhotf has purchased tho inter
est of his brothers in tho abovo establish
ment in Cairo, and is now prosecuting tho
Furnlturo manufacturing business with
great success. He has a full stock of extra
seasoned lumber on hand, and can war
rant every articlo ho manufactures. Ho
has also a full stock of liedateatls, Chairs.
Tablos, llureaus, Desks, ward robes, mat
tresses, etc., always on hand, and bis prices
defy competition. Sales room at tho fac
NEW EXCITEMENT AT THE EX
CELSIOR. F. Blankenburg wishos to announco to
his frionds and patrons that ho has suc
ceeded in engaging Prof. Wilbrocht of
St. Louis, a flno pianist, who will amuse
tho lovers of music with a selection of
charming pieces on tho piano. Every
body is invited to tho Excelsior, corner
of 14th street and Washington avonue.
PeiuiAvs no real modicino ovor
gained tho rapid popularity which
Castorla Has uono. Uno person
relates their oxporienco of its
good effect to another. It is a vogotablo
preparation, porfecllv harmless, pleasant
to take; docs not distress or gripe, but
rogulatcs tho system, and is sure to opcr
ato when all othor remedies
havo failed. Any person who
has ovor used Castorla for Stom
ach Acho, Constipation, Croup, Flatul
ency, Worms, Piles, or deranged Livor,
will nevor again uso nauseating Oils, Hit
ter Pills or Narcotic Syrups. Tho Cas
torla contains neither Minerals, Morphine
nor Alcohol. By its soothing, quieting
olfoct it produces natural sleep, and is par
ticularly adapted to crying and toothing
children. It costs but 3t conts, and ono
bottlo will savo many dollars In doctors'
Thk Pkovlk'h Stamp ok Valuk. Tho
government Indorsement, which legalises
tho sale of Plantation Bitters, is not tho
only stamp atllxud to that valuablo veget
able tonic. It heart, in addition to that
official sanction, tho still more valuable
stamp of public approbation. This ines
timable vouchor of its raro properties as a
tonic, corrective ami auorativo, 11 01 much
earlior dato than tho government creden
tial ; for millions of sick persons had pro
nounced it the grand specific of tho ago
long beforo congress thought of taxing
proprietary medicines. It it unnecessary
to repeat, in detail, the properties of tliii'
wonderful vegetable invlgorant. Tho
best roferenco that can bo offered to those
who dcslro tho full particulars of Its vlr
Tub Mahteh Si'iniTsoFTHE Worm),
The Treasure House or Ameuioa.
THE (IREAT HOOK O)' THE YEAH.
Aircnix retirirt h!pi
of 2.1 to 100 rnpld
In a few hour onlay.
Address J. W. GOODSPKKD,
Now York, Chicago, Cincinnati, St. I.iml
N. Orleans ii-llwiOw
TIIK JAPS A UK COMING.
Tho nnlv leirltlniato company of nrtNtt
oer iicriu t ((! to leave .Inpan. inreci iroiii
the Thcutrt! or the Grand Tyi non. I hit
company will give two of their novel, won-
derful anil tin-tiling 'iitertainuieni ai iiib
tho Athetieum on Monday and lucMlay
(vt'tilnirH. Sent. ld and 21th. Adnil-lon,
dres rircic, wi coins. nccrvcu in
cents, can he soured ut llartman'K. I
C'HATTLE MORTGAGE SALE
WlIF.HEAS, Chase V. l'anoii", .locih S.
Davis and HilhrrttiM H-li partner', doing
huxlncks under the linu name nf "Calm
Stave and llarrcl work-" did on the 2!lth day
of May 1871, execute ami dclitcr lo .lo-epli
Mcitunziciwo promissorv noic ni inui uaie,
one torthe Mini of ij l.Xti .'M payable on the
M dav of September, 1872, with lnteri"-t at
10 iier'ccnt. I nun Aumivt 2nd. 1871 : and tho
other foril.ion 00 payable on September lt
187.1. Willi interest at m per rem. irom
Augiiit2ud 1871; and whcreai In order to
secure tho payment thereof, tho salt I Par
sons, Davis x r im ma, on inn mu naym
August 1871, execute, acknowledge and de
liver to thu said Joseph Mclvelizlo thcirchat
tie iimrttiairo upon the following de-rrlbeil
goods and cliattle-, and peronal property
lowit: ine ica-e iiniu iiuu!
ami Interest of said Par-mis hli
and Kih In and to the follow-
Ing doerihcil piece or parcel orgrouud to
wit : "A rei-tafn iiarcct of L'timnd rommeiie-
Inir ten (Hi) feet westerly of tho easterly line t
of Leveo street, if extended, and thirteen
hundred and thlrlv M.-'tUi) feet north of tho i
south lino of Thirty-fourth street In the llrst
addition to tho city of Crlro. In tho county
of Alexander, In thu state of Illinois thency
north parallel with -aid l.cec street If ex
tended, two hundred feet, thence cast (
at right angles to said Levee street If ex
tended seventy (ill) leet. mence souin parai-1
lei Willi i.evec sireci ii exiciuicu iwo nun-1
dred (200) feet and thence west oentyt.o)
leei lo l ie i aeo oi ues mi ni;, iieing me
sainu piece of ground upon which
tho Cairo elevator bulUllnir -tands
and situated In the city of i
Cairo, county of Alexander and state of nil-
nols fatclv occupied by said Parsons. lavl
and Flli for their stavo and barrel works
Al-o the building standing upon said piece
or parcel of ground formerly known at t lie I
Cairo Elevator, hut lately u-ed for a stave .
and barrel faetorv. Alo thu holler anil en-.
gine In said building, also all shafting, belt
ing, pulleys, etc., together witli all and I
singular mu appurtenances increiiiiio ucioiie
Ini; or anywise apnertainlmr: whleli sali
mortgage is dulv recorded in the He
corder's olllcc of the county of Alex
ader and state or Illinois III book
"A" of Chattle Mortuaircs. pajre 448 Ac.
And whereas It Is provided In nald mortgage
that iucat-e default be made in thu payment of
the llrst of raid uotus or any part thereof the
whole amount of said notes secured by aid
mo-tgage should become due ; and, whereas
default has been made In tho payment of the
tt'li.tt.. rf k.tt.1 llPkl (mill nml th.r..lil 111' tint '
term of -aid mortgage has become and now
Is due ; and whereas said Joseph McKenzle
did on 22nd day of July 1872, a-slgn both or
said notes to John . llannan, .Voto there
fure, public notice h hereby given that by
reaon ofthcpreliiIe I w such assignee hae
taken ioses-ion of the said mortgaged prop-
ertv and will proceed to sell thu same at '
public auction for caMi to thu highest bidder
to-wlt i the aforesaid gnodi and chattel-. ,
and personal property, at thu bnlldiiigoftlie ,
"Cairo Stave and Rarrel work," In the city
or Cairo, Illinois on the 30th day ofSeptem-,
her A. !., 1872. commencing at 10 o'clock ,
a. in. oi Mini nay, lo aiiiy mo conuiiious oi
said mortgage JOHN Q. HARMAN,
Aslgnec of Joseph McKenzle.
Cairo. September l!)th. 1872.
Cairo Box and Basket Co.,
Manufacturers of and Dealers In
POPLAR, ASH, CYPRESS
OAK AND WALNUT
Having the sole right In this city to iuc the
FULTON DRY KILN,
the best Patent Kiln extant, we are espe
chilly prepared to furnish at all time, on
tho shortcut notice,
THOROUGHLY SEASONED LUM1IER.
Attention is eallud to our stock of
Lumber delivered to any part of the city
Orders received at the olllce of
SAFF0R1), MORRIS CANDEE,
at that of tho company,
tree t and Ohio levee
corner of :14th
ttficYou can buy six
and ono-half lbs. Durant's
A CoiTeo Sugar for Ono Dol
lar; Seven lbs. Now Orleans
Sugar for Ono Dollar; Bestj
three and ono-half libs. Prime
Rio Coffee, Ono Dollar ; Best
Imperial Tea, Ono Dollar and
a half per pound ; Beat Gun
powder Tea, Ono Dollar and
Seventy-five Conts per pound ;
Young Hyson and Oolong Toa,
Ono Dollar per pound, and ev
erything proportionately choap
at WILEY & BIXBY'S.
CAVE GIRARDEAU AND ILLINO.
Our Homo Advortisors.
COMHINHIOlf AND rOBWAHMIHO.
Cement, Plaster Paris,
NO. 71 OHIO LKVKK, UNDER CITY NATION
KSTFor tlie purpo-'o of building up a
wholesale trade in Cairo, I will sell to deal
ers and contractors In lots of W) barrels and
Irehtht Bt mamiractur,n8 prices, adding
Cairo. AiupKt 13, 1872.
8TRATTON & BIRD,
(Bucceosora toBtratlon, Hudson Clark,)
57 Ohio Lovee. Cairo, Illinois
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS ton FAIRBANKS SCALES
Ohio Levee. CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
WOOD KITTEN HOUSE,
Gonoral Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
W. 51. WILLIAMS, JA9. KlNdLKV,
Lain of VlckstiiirK, Mian. Late ol C'ln'tl.J
W. M. WILLIAMS & CO.,
SPECIAL RAILROAD, StEAMIIOAT AND
FOHWAHUINO AND COMMISSION
55, OHIO LEVEE,
JOHN 15. PIILLIS & SON,
(Successors lo John II. Fhllhf,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.,
CoK. TENTU-ST. and OHIO LEVE
HALLID AY BROTHERS,
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
And Agents of
HIIO RIVER AND KANAWHA
70 Ohio Lkvee,
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Bucceitort to K. 11. Heutlricss & Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
ibS Liberal AdTsuccrncDIs made cSStf
Sim upou Conalicnmouta. JSijt
Are prepared to receitn, store nd forward
freights to all points and buy aud
ell on commission,
SVllualnesi attended to promptly;
Z. D. MATHUSS.. K. O .UHL
MATHUSS & UHL,
A.I GEN KB A I.
Commissi on Merc hants
IAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
WO. M OHIO I.KVKK.
Successor to U.S. llanull.
$1, OOO, OOO
GRAIN D GIFT CONCERT
IN AID OF THE
PUBLIC LIBRARY'S KENTUCKY
AT LOUIftVIIXE, KT.
Ilv authorltv In tho act of tho LcitWalurc
Incorporating the TuMIc Library of Ken
tucky, the Tnt'tccs will give their
SECOND GRAND GIFT CONCERT
In the great hall of the Public Library,
building In Louisville, Ky., on
Saturday, September 28, 1872.
100,000 f ICKETS Or ABMIMION
will he lucd at 010 each: half tickets
quarter tickets ?2.r0; 11 whole tickets for
$100; 28 tor $tt-V. MlforS.VX); 11.1 for l,000t
2Mtors2,WK); r75 for s)S,000. No discount
on lci than iJIOO worth ol tickets nt it time.
$500,000 i Currency
will ho given to the holdcrsof tickets liy dis
tribution by lot of ON'K THOUSAND
GIFTS, as follows:
LIST OF GIFTS.
One G hand oikt, Cash
ONE UKAND HUT, CASH.
i iritis of i'ijam Vacii! !
, . . ausiu
... lfi.000 1
... 10,000 1
... 0,000 1
... 8,000 1
. . . I7,.'oo
. . . 22,."i00
. . . 20,000
. . . 20,000
lft gills of 1,000 each.
20 gifts of
Jl gins oi
2. -i gills of
3. gifts ol
4. ') glttH of
M) gifts of
ISI gifts ol
Us) gills of
(112 gltts of
700 each ...
Total, 1,000 gift, all caMi. .$.MH),oo)
I he Hon. Iho. h. Ilramlette, lato gover
nor or HentiicKy, nas contented to repre
sent tbo Trustees In the management of this
second uranil will concert, and he will per
sonallv eo that the moncv from the sain ol
tickets Is depo-ited with the Treasurer, that
me Drawing is lairiy conuucieii, ami the
gifts Justly awarded and promptly paid.
The drawing will take place In public, in
mil icw or the audience, and under the im
mediate MinonWon ami direction of the of-
tici-rs and Truilces of tho Public Library ot
KenttlcKV, and the follow Ing named eminent
and illlhtcrc--tcd cltlen, who liao con
united to bo prc-cnt and see that all is fairly
Hon. M. R. Hardin, Judgo Court Appeals,
Hon. J. Proctor Knott, lato M. C. Lcb'n
Hon. II. W. llrucc, Judgo Ninth Judicial
Oon. Ell H. Murray, U. S. Marshal. Dis
Hon. T. 11. Cochran, Chan. Lou. Chan.
Hon. E. D. Standford, President Farmors'
and Drovers' Hank.
lion. John Uarbce, Manager Royal Insur
ance Co., Liverpool.
Col. Phil. Lee, Com. Att'y Ninth Judicial
Dr. C. Oraham, founder Graham Cabinet.
Col. Wilson P. Johnson, Manager Gait
Dr. T. S. Roll, Prof. .Medical University,
Hon, S. G. Raxter, Mayor Louisville.
Hon.T. L. Burnett, City Attorney.
Henry Wolford, Treasurer Louisville.
A. O. Urannin, President Manufacturers'
Phillip Judge, of tho Louisvlllo Hotel, Co.
James Rridgeford, President 2d National
W. C. D. Whips. Prop'rWIIIard Hotol.
J..C. Johnston, President Traders' Bank.
U. Victor Nowcomb, firm of Nowcomb,
Buchanan & Co.
Henry Dcppen, President German Rank.
Androw Graham, Tobacco and Cotton
Dr.Norvln Green, L. & C. Short Lino
Vol. Rose, Adams Express Co.
THOS. E. BRAMLETTE,
Ag't. Pub. Library ofKy., Pub. Library
Building. Louisville. Ky.
Circulars, giving lull particulars,
11 . ! . - f I.Vl 1 ')..,
ont on application.
W. W. THORNTON'S,
UUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT
13) TENTH BTBXIT,
Doom, Nab, Bllssdm Mooldlnra.
Kave Uottcra, (wood) Window mm Uoor
rrauics, rioortstc, Latta,
MIiluKlMt ainswl Mult, Qlucd HiUe
U(hts, GUsMd Trsusaossas,
Null WalghU, small PsUUm mm Canla
Blind Fswtessissca, Bootac
Fait, Kootac Ccmwasit, FltusttritiK
Vmpw, Crpt Folt, White
Lead, Uasad OU, Amtrlcaa Wlttdow
Glaaa, Bsscllatt Md French
FUt Ulaaa, Fatty, e!turieti Fosstta
Bcwer FlpM, Ftttt Chlatntfi,
Etc, Etc., Ktc.
AGENTS for Book Rler Pspsr Conpanj'
Hhoathing Felt and Quarts Cament
It. W John's lmproTJ Rooflog alwajaoo
k lection notick.
uity clerk's okkick, i
Cairo, III., Augu.t'JO.IsTS. j
Puhllo notlco Ishcrchy given that aspcclal
election will ho held on
TUKPAY, THK2lTIi;i)AV OK 8KI"'T, A. D. 1872,
ill tho city of Cairo. In tho stato of Illinois,
tor the iiiriosu of electing a
to till tho vacancy occasioned hy the death
of Joseph H. Taylor.
PolN will ho opened at the Rough and
Ready ciiffino home, lor the Unit audi econd
wards and at tho Court House, for thu
third and fourth wards.
Polls will open at 8 o'clock a.m., and will
cioso at u o'ciook p. in. jjy order ol tlio City
Council. M. J. UowutY, City Clerk.