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NEWS OF THE CITY.
THURSDAY, JANUAKY 7, 1870.
The Aurorn oil will not stain or grouse
Mr. John Antrim Iiah roturnoiJ to C ro
with his funilly with a view ol' relo a
ting. His many friends licnrtly wclcoue
him Imcls. nnd hope Unit, this thno ie
"has come to stay." He will cngn je
In ImsIiiPRH. w untlerataiul. as noon as
he can eeenre n miltnblo iwlltlliig.
Giikat Baroaikb von this Month
ON't.V In hato and caps at P. Neir'u, No. 79
P. Welly having determined to close
nut. On. linlancu of htx irooda at the
oarlleHt poMslble moment, will lionce
fortli sell anything on hand at cost, and
LESl'THAN COST I tf
Tlie annual rental of the pews in the
Ut Presbyterian church will take placo
at the church cdfice on Friday next the
29th Innt., at 7J o'clock.
By order of the Trustees.
The most stylish Hllk hats nre lnvrl
ably found nt P NelPs, No. 70, Ohio
Leveo at prices that defy competition.
None but the best goods in that lino to
be found at this house. tf
The celebrated Aurora oil can bu had
at No. 02 Ohio Loveo. JitnSMiu
The St. Nicholas Billiard Hall is one
of tho largest nnd best furnished In the
country. It is the resort ot both citlzons
and Btrangers who Indulge billiard play
i:iinanilritl, Ilellnble, tlie Orel.
Dooley's Baking Powder Is superior to
all others In market. Fwe from any In
JurlousHiibstauccH, and no nicely com
pounded that the contents of ench box
Insures, light, sweet, healthy biscuits,
rolls, pastry, etc., with uniform success
Only two teaspoonfuls to a quart of Hour
laneccessary, while those of oidinary
manufacture requlro from ono-tliirtl to
a half more. Ask your Grocer for l5oo
ley's Baking Powder, and take no other.
Use Knder's Chill Cure. "It never
Tho Continental Is the only cook Btovo
with sliding oven doors. Warranted In
all respects. Pitcher & Henry, at 192
Commercial avenue, cor. 12th street.
Tlie order for the new type that aro to
. bo employed on the enlarged form of
tho 'Bulletin Is already In tho hands of
the typo founders,' nnd will bo filled dur
ing tho coming week. Wo would, there
fore, urgo auch of our citizens aud busi
ness men, as foel disposed to encourage
us In our efforts to give them a larger,
fend better paper, to Indicate that dispo
sition during the present week. Parties
who Intend to advertise In the new
sheet should hand In the mm. of their
advertisements, and commence with
the first enlarged number.
. - . - - -
Tho stock of silk hats nt Miller it Mill
er's comprises the very latest styles and
Uio finest mako of tho season. The
variety Is very great, the stock largo,
and pries hnvo been regulated to bar
nionlze with the times. Call In and ex
At 122 commercial Avenue, between
Beventli and Kighth street, Is a llrst class
house of entertainment, kept upon the
restaurant orKuropcnn style, furnishing
oysters, gumo or iiicuIh on short notice in
the best style. ANo elegant rooms nnd
beds for transient guests. Patronage
J12tf Ifr.snv H.wtitiH, proprietor.
SI. Nicholaa Hotel, Call, III., Juii.'.f, lull).
Ham laughl!n, KvrwiHvlllo, Indiana;
Walker Phillips, Momphls, Tumi
M N Blnndell, St Louis, Mo; II A Wnkr,
Williamsburg L. I; TB Howell, Mil City,
111; II A OmiilierlH, Cincinnati, Ohio;
J W Clair, Cincinnati, Ohio; Thomas
Hehoener, Macon Co, Mo; 0 II Mann,
Aurora, Ills; 11 (i Carter, Md City, Ills;
LPOwiii'H, Md City, Ills; W P Bllsk,
Chicago, III; T C Butler, Baduu Baden,
Oermnny; H It Hagan, Galveston, Tex;
C II Webb, Pttducuh, Ky; Ouii Harden;
Paducah, Ky; Geo K Btoe, Memphis,
Tennj II A Castle, St Paul Minn; W A
WlUlnms, Hochollo, Ills; Capt Cutting,
Metropolis, Ills; Georgo K Henderson,
Pa; J2d 1'' Sauds, Lowol Mass; Captain
Kdmunson, Pittsburg, Pa.
Tho completest stoch of gentlemen's
furnishing goods in tho city , Is to bo
found at Miller and Miller's. It would
be a remnrkablo want, indeed, in tills
Hue that they cannot satisfactorily supply
at the very lowost figures ruling In tho
The Nt. N'lrliola, Hotel ml HeaOiirant.
Till popular and eligibly located houso
of public entertainment la now fitted
and furuUhed throughout In good stylo;
and, under the management of Messrs
Walker & Slsson, la doing a largo and
thriving business. It is kept upon tho
European plan the guest calling for
what he wauU when he wants It, wheth
er In the day or ulght tlmo, and paying
only for what ho orders. The rooms aro
large and clean, furnished with the best
of beds and bedding, whllo all other fea
tures of the establishment aro arranged
with an especial eye to tho comfort and
convenience of the guests. JaCtf
An old gentleman whohadjmt com
pletetl a tour through central and north
ern Texns called on us yesterday, to let
us know that, next to Southern Illinois
Texas Is tho irreatost country In tho
world. Ho had his purso well filled with
if old and silver, that belnir tho only c r-
culiitlmr mudium ho could two
among tho Texans; and his brain filled
with tho glo-y of Texas when the Cairo
nnd Fulton nnd Southern Pacific railroad
shall open tin to that country n reliable
connection with tho Northeast. A low
deluded persons, ho says, talk of an outlet
via tho Memphis nnd El Piuso route, but
the intelligent masses .look to tho con
structlon of tho Cairo nnd Fulton railroad
as the one thing needed to build up tho
Tlie Vow Yenr,
Begin lt right, by buylug, for cash,
ofJ.H. Metcalf, No. 3.12 nnd 331 Wash.
Av., who hns enlarged both house nnd
stock, and Is now prepared to Hiipply cus
tomers with the lest of all kinds of staple
and fancy groceries, queensware, crock
ery, glassware, yellow nnu itociung
ham ware, table nnd pocket cutlery.
All kinds of salt fish, green, dried, nnd
ennned fruits, pickles, cider, honey, syr
ups, fine teas, cofTees and sugaM,
choice tablo butter always on hnnd. In
short, everything usually kept In n first
class grocery; besides notions too num
erous to mention, nil or wnicii win uo
sold at tho lowest figures. tf.
Caid from IV. 1. HnllMay, F.iii.
Cairo, January 20, 1370.
Mitora Cairo Ululletli.'
Gentlemen: I observe, in this ovenlng'H
dltlon of your paper, nn article an
nouncing that certain citizens aro circu
lating for signatures, n petition, calling
pon me to become a candidate for the
office of Mayor nt tho npproachlng elec
tion; nnd I beg, In reply, to say, that
while I fully upprccinto tho compliment
ntoudod to bo paid mo by my neighbors
and friends, both my inclinations nnd
my business engagements are such that
positively cannot consent to allow my
nanio used as a candidate for any' office
Thanking tho signers of the petition
for their expression of confidence, and
ourselves for your very flattering notice
of tho movement.
1 remain, very truly, yours,
AV. P. llALI.IIUY.
Tho Ladles' Kestnurnnt fitted up by
Messrs. Walker & Sisson, is directly in
connection with tho St. Nicholas Hotel,
where tbemostrespectnblc Indies nnd fam
ilies of the city may tnko meals or lunch
es In perfect quiet, and without tho least
fear of coming lu contact with objection
able characters. It will bo kept in first
class stylo for first class custom. Polite
and attentive waiters will always bo lu
attendance, nnd patrons will always
command tho moU courteous treatment
There Is said to bo fewer boats, nnd
more freightat Cairo for Now Orleans
than usual. Hallidnys huvo over G00O
barrels of Hour awaiting shipment nnd
altogether there nre between threo nn'd
four thousand tons of Now Orleam,
freight awaiting shipment. Paducah
Should we admit the truth of the above
statement it doos not follow that there
is a freight blockade at Cairo and that
shipments nre seriously delayed. Four
Ihousiiud tons of freight might, nnd
frequently does accumulated ut Cairo in
forty eighty hour. With Kiich steam,
ers as the Great Republic
nnd Thompson Dean naviga
ting our lower waters, even thousands
of tons of freight disappear from our
wharfboatsnnd warehouses in n single
night. Thus the four thousand tons of
to-day glvo place to another four thous.
and tons to-morrow. We repeat that
full wharfbonts mid warehouses lu Cairo
furnish uo evidences of freight blockades
or dolnynd shipments. It Is simply "our
Messrs. Miller and Miller havo Just re
ceived an unusunllv lanro. well assorted
nnd strictly fashionable supply of pieoo '
goods, to which thoy ask bpuelnl atten
tion. Tho lotornbraces tho finest cloths
and caslniers ever brought to Cairo, and
Hiiclia variety ofstyles that nil taste may
be accommodated. Suits or garments
from theeo goods aru made to order in thu
best manner aud latest style, and at
figures that will defy competition. For
proof of tliii they only ask to be put upon
trial. At all events call around and see
the now goods. Jan25tf.
Gi:ntrSiuwi.h at Cost tho finest in
market ut P. NelPs, No. 70 Ohio Levee, tr
lllliarnUti I'Jrn Co, lull.
The Hibernian Plro Co., No. 4 propose
to hold their nth annual ball nt
John Scheel's Hall, on Cedar street,
on Wednesday evening, Feb. 0th, 187C.
As this company heretofore has been In
the habit of having very well conducted
balls, whoro nil could enjoy themselves,
tho management intend on this occa
sion to sparo no time or oxpenso to
mako it the finest ball they have over
held, nnd oue nt which every citizen
honoring us with their presouco can en
joy themselves to their hourt's content.
Prof. Eisenburg's string band has been
engaged for the occasion.
committkk ok ahhanokmknts:
J. II. Enqusii,
C. J. HYIiANI),
J2ldtd Tim. Gokman.
Nkw Stymc Vivian scarfs, Victoria
scarf-i, Kugenlo scarfs, Just received at
P. NefPs, No. 70 Ohio Loveo. tf
We nro Informed by Mr, Frauk Hunt!
ley, nf the I. 0. H.R. whnr.'botit, tlmt tbo;
stouiiiur Thompson Dean discharged yes
terday 470 hogsheads sugar
223 bbls molasses, 300 pigs of
lead, etc., ovory noimd of
which wont forward last night by rail
road. When we reflect that the consign
ment filled between 7C and 100 oars, and
that a low hours after itn arrival it wiw
on Its way north, we must glvo tho T. C,
H. ft. Co. credit for n promptness that Is
fully up to tho demands of tho tlmcp.
The lead was from Europe, nnd wns tlie
third installment of a lot consigned to
Chicago. With exhaustlcss deposits of this
metal within n half day's journey of
Cliicngo, this shipment of load from
Europe looks vory much llko carrying
coals to New Castle. There Is, however,
no accounting for the eccontrlclties of
Pitcher & Henry's largo stock of lunl-
wure, cutlery, tools, stoves, unwnre, oto
will be sold without regard to cost. tf
II. L. Gojdnll, of the Chicago 'Sun,'
wns in tho city to-day, healthy, beaming
nnd well dressed. lie left on the even
It A IX.
Wilftliliiglnn Itnll.I'olt. Ulit.
. Grand Masquerade Ball will bo glvcu
as above, under tlie auspices of tho Cairo
Turners. Tho public generally la Invited
to attend; thu management pledging
themselves that uo cfiort wilt bo spared
to render the occasion one most
pleasant anil entertaining to nil who
COMMITTER 01' A Hit AN(I KM KNTS .
MANOi!i:sn:it coats ready made nnd
made to order in tho best of style nt P.
Nell 's No. 79 Ohio Loveo. tf.
Tlie Cairo nnd Pntlurnli Trnde.
Tho stenmer Armada will probubly
take the place of the Wm. White In thb
Cairo and Paducah trade, in a few days,
Tho White will bo transferee! to tho
Cumberland river trade.
Tho 'Bulletin' office having been sup
plied with increased facilities, Is now
prepared to do Job work cheaper than
ever. We nro determined, in truth,
that no citizen shall have cause, cither
on account of price or style, for sending
his work abroad. Our olllce is the com
pletest In the state, outside ol Chicago
and Springfield, and can perform all
kinds of work for which tho river, rail
road, mercantile, legal nnd general
business of the city create n demand.
In point of workmanship wo shall stand
unsurpassed. Send in your orders
Proofs submitted when requested.
Tho "dead beat" printer, to whose de
parture we alluded yesterday, subjected
himself to n criminal prosecution to a
hilf-dozeu prosecutions, In fact. Ju.-t
before leaving the city he obtained goods
under falso pretenses, giving orders
therefor on parties of well established
credit, falsely representing that they
were Indebted to him.
"He's n reg'lnr
P. Welly has n largo stock of hats,
which will be f-old nt New York whole
sale prices. tf .
A Sinn: Way to Savi: Moni:y. Buy
yourclothiiig furnishing good,hnt,caps
boots and shoes, nt P. NelPs, No. 70 Ohio
I.ovee. Ho Is now closing out his entire
stock ut actual cost since January Iht,
There is nn unusual quiet In police
circles, Just now, occiudoued in part by
thonugiist presence of, the Circuit Court,
nnd In part by the recruiting or recupor-
uu"k procoss niej sovengns nro under
going preparatory to an active partlclpa-
ilon in tho approaching municipal con
test. Thero was not nslnglo case beforo tho
pollco courts this morning, and thu cal
aboose contains only two forlorn females
wowiui'h rights women, who nro pay
ing tho penalty Imposed upon an Indul
gence of their right to kick up brawls,
Morally, therofore, Cairo 1 a wonder.
Look to Youk Ciiii.dhk.v. Dlarluun,
Dysentery nnd summer complaints, nro
cured by Mrs. Whltcomb's Syrup, which
Is sold bj drugglstH overy where, nt tho
low prlco of 25 cents n battle. Jan2l-0t
Some people have most extraordinary
notions of the powers and duties of tho
Mayor of Cairo. For Instance: During u
recont trip of a Cairo and Nashville
packet, n woodboat wnstakon In tow at
Mound .City, for a point above, and
whllo nttnohed to tho stenmer, wns
sunk. Tho owner of tho woodboat con
ceives It to bo tho special duty of tho
Mayor of Cairo to glvo this matter
attention nnd securo pay for tho
sunken boat, and such dnmagos besides
ns justlco may award. Other persons,
and their name is legion, seem impressed
with tho Idea that If thoy happen to
reach Cairo In n destitute condition, tho
Mayor Is under very solemn obligations
to replenish their depleted purses and
send them away rejoicing.
It is almost n wnsto of spacu to Inform
these Individuals that they wholly mis
talto tho powers aud functions of tbo
Mayor. Thoy won't be undeceived.
AI.X AM)i:it CTRIJUIT COURT
WKDESDAY JANIUHY 20 TIT 9MI DAY
Frederick Pfafr vn Halll'day Brou; ns
h impsit; Jury failed lo agfee.
Boyiei Miller it Co vs Southwestern
Insuranco Co; ai-sumpf it;- judgment for
pl'lru for$2,C00. . .
David A Burns vs Mary V Burns; di
vorco; referred to special master.
Court then adjourned until to-morrow
morning, nt 9 o'.clock.
THUHSIUY, JANUARY 27TH-10TU DAY
Philip Schmltt vs W A Bunion; ns
sumpsit; Judge in favor of pl'fl' for $125
Poter NefT va Louis H Myen, nppeal;
on trial. '
Court then ndjoiirned until tills after
noon, at 2 o'clock.
OvntCOATS, OVEIt'JOATS REDUC'KI) TO
COST AND IiEHS THAN COST to close OUt at
P. Ncir'a, No. 79 Ohio Loveo. Jan21tf.
Children Jko It mid take It readily.
Norman's Chalybeate cottago Syrup, for
Coughs, Colds, &c. Sold by J. S. Humm
P. Nkkf's Stock of coating, casI
meres and veiling i.i unsurpassed for
qunllty and Htyic-rntid will W 'muds t
order at low prices to reduce the already
tremendous stock on hand. tf
Tho Aurora oil gives aclenriwid beauti
ful light and is non-explosive. jnn2l-lm
Foit C1.0THINO Mahh to Okdku In
tip-top stylo aud at fair living prices, go
to P. NefPH, No. 70 Ohio Loveo. .f
"thk hkst ik usk" Kuderw' Stomach
Fum. Suit foii ont. dollar. Men's
undershirts nnd drawers one dollar per
pair at P. Neff's, No. 70 Ohio Lovwe. tf.
I I !
Druggists sell more of Norman's Chaly
beate Cough Syrup than all other Cough
Medicines combined. Sold by H. J.
Humm. Jan2l Ct
Dan, Able, Columbus.
Wm. Willie, Paducah;
St. Joseph, St. Louis;
St. Luke, do
America, Arkansas Hive;,
Dan. Able, Columbus.
Wm. White, Paducah;
Hismnrk, Now Orleans;
St. Luke, Memphis.
We have been visited with overy var
iety of weather lu the past 24 hours from
the cilm, mild, basking air of tbe beautl
til spring time, to the roaring, tearing
angry winter storm and sleet. Kvery
body has been suited, .so we hear no com
plaining this evening.
Business Is brisk.
The Mississippi and Its tributaries nre
falling. A littlo ice Is running nt Ht
Loulf, but not enougli to Impair navlgs
Tho Ohio Is falling rapidly nt all points
above. Hero it I about nt a stand.
The Tyrono brought 320 nk Iron for
St. Louis; lot sundries for rcshlpment
South, nnd tho following forthls city:
Parsons & Davis GO boxed bottles; Clins.
The Fnyetto brought for G. D. William
son 10 bis hooks, D. Artcr 10 bbls meal
and for rcshlpincut South 52 bbls whisky
aud CO bundles gunnies, besides a lot
Tho Sam. Orr Is the packet for Evnns
vllle this evening.
The Tyrono Is the Nashville pneket
Tho Olive. Branch for New Orleans,
and W. J. Lewis for Red River ars due
Tho Forsyth l duo from VIcksburg,
also tho Colosal from Arkansas river, tho
Seth Rogers from Pittsburg and tho Re
public from New Orleans.
Ufcc tho Aurora oil, It will uot smoke
for Oil Trromirrr.
Wf aro nutliontnl to anmmnop Mr. JOHN II V
LAM), ita a camlMato for rr-vlfctlon to tha oIIIt of
City Truatumr. te
We aro atitliorlcod to unnouno that J, II, TAYI.QU
will boa camliilnto for City Trt'aiuriT, at tlie enHiiIng
For City Clerk.
WanrnoutliorUcil lo announce that WILLIAM II.
MOItltlS UiicHinlUlnte for tlio ofTle of Cily Crrkat
tlio nulng cliartor nlcctlon. !
Wo ara utliorlial to nnnounao Ihat JOHN I1UOWN
la ncanillilalo for tlie odice of City Clerk, at th nsu.
Intffhart;r election. JnnlstJ
We nrcaullioritod to anuounco lliat J. C. CHOW
LKV wilt lie acnndiilitto for theottlco of City Clt-rk at
tho t nniilua charter election. Janai'tJ
for CUy MurHlinl.
We are aulhoriied to nnnounee that MIC11AKL
IIAMI1HICK, will boacaniliilateforro.elcctiontothe
oftlcoof City Maralialot the enaiiinu inuniclpal elec
Wo nronnthoriiuil to annqunre that JOSKI'H Alt
NOLI) lll lioncnnilidatofor tho otrico of City Mar
ahal at tho fiuulng charier election.
We nro aulhorlaeil to annonneo that DANIKL Mc
CAIITIIV, pruaent chief of olice, will be candidate
fonheotlloe of City Murshal ut tho onsuiu charier
JOHN W. TROVKR & CO.,
, M , . Ml lilt hi
Real Estate, Bond and Stock Brokers.
Will attend fo payment ol HUtj CUBty andXJUi
Taxea. and all biulneu pertaining ta a faKMlun.
KiaiiTn Struct, teeond door from Com. Ave.)
JecSl'tWK Cairo, JU.
Foil NAf.12 Slmroa it Slock In tlie .alro Ijly
I'ronerly Company. O. WLNHIO..
i . '
v'n,lM. I, L..1.h ,.t..,n ltn. .lAfinll lin-ln li-n
' iiihI lii the pijini'iit cf n certain bond, ncn by
; Willlum II. Kiirrin ( H. f-tantu Tftj lftr nnd Lilwin
r 1'iirroni, Triuteeoniii Cairo City I'mpcrty, ilnleil
fnw llrt liwl. Tl An, I .tni-'it.tu tlirnrt VMira
rtfroin tliidMollii'rcof, with six percent Intrrrn iin-
1 II Ulic.'unu lull jii'l .M'lH. llfuil'illivj, i. II'. iv m.t.i"
III" pnymeiit of which enld nole, with others, Fold
U'llltn... If t.'.i.!.. .,.f1.li....t ll . .lilrlfll,. ..... ta-ltll
iffll.wil, f. . ml liynint II lll-iLviiai im,- i
T, I'UkU IU. I1IU NIIIUIIIII l.n,T UWillJf Ull- WII'J JlilJ
able, Leinx t-luliiy-lliiee dollarx mid thirly.foiir
centn prliiclpnl, loi-etl.er with Intcreii thereuii, at
UIU 1 11" IHWI II PIHIl'lli
I, the imilf raluned m'lL'nee of 8. Htmil Taylor
.....I IM..I,. 1t.J?.... 'I'.... a. ln In i.lin.i 1.1,1
ii.iin ..'..,i. . i,.iwi,'.. ...,r p, ,v ,, ... ,-
imortKK11 wn" made, by rirluo of till termi and jiro
(ri-iotu of the Mine, will, on Tue.Ll.iy, the '.iMIi day
'of Jiinuary, A. 1) IsTO, nt ten o'clock a.m., of Dint
day, unilor and. by virluo of thu power of a ile con
'tuned in aid inortK.ijic, xcll nt public auction, lo tbo
;lilchcl bidder, tor eh, at tlio front door of the
'unur. iiiiuu in -tin. uiit i, .itiri, ut iiiu i uuiii i
'Aleiunder, nlidPlnle of IllltiOli, the! alNirn ilf eriU-J
ipremiTi to utify thu iitinione' and condition of
I.i.i ,..,,1.1. .ii'ninii" r i'l-rVfti
t Ali ii, Waiu A Iti'tLta, ali'yii,
Jun. M. loTu-dtd
Notice la hereby ilren, that, vkereaa ou the third
day of Mnrch, A. I). UCi, Thoina Totter and Me.
i null t'lirtor. Ilia wife, initdo their eerlain murlKaiio
ilef I, by which they coimiyod lo John H, Moor, ut
thitiiy of Ht. l.ouif, Mato of Mmaouri, lou Creii)
nn I iG. In block two in tlio fourth aiilitton lo the
,r,ty of t n ro, Al t.m lor i utility, lilmon. inr the pur-
n)e oi iirner arriirniK wio jwyinem oi u rar'a v
proiniorv nole nf even ilnte tih Mid mortgage,
fiir thu aum of liundiol nn I ilflf dollim, pay
able I) John h. Muole, lite iiiontbl After dale, Kiel
aitmrJ by the enid Thuiuai I'mler i and wherri It
via vxpn-f ly pro ri.1,1 m rmd tiiorljre flint In e.
of der.iub in the jinyiiient of anl prummior; nola,
or any rt ti'.ereof.Biet.nlui to the tenor and ril-tt of
llii--alii' , then the laid John !" M'ore,h letfl rep-re-fi.tutnei
or nttoniey, after hairiK aderli,
mi ll uio trii iln) in m neviapnper pobllnhed in
X.airo, or by poliiii up written r printed uolie. in .
four iilwea in lb- i uiily wheie xud prernlm i
'ailliate, luixht fell the aaine, or any nut! thereof, and
nil rmllt and i-iiily of re.Jein4ion of the l t Thoinan
l'i rtrr met Meaamab I'orler, hia wife, their hlr,
ecutoit, admmiatiatora or n-iuii In and lo Iha
mid uri tnliea. aUd wherrna, default hna been lnad
,lu tho m)iiient of thu end aum of e?en hundre t
ntl'l nuy ii 'iur, inr win -n a tin jir Jiin-ii'rr noie ami
'inirtKlp wete Kien, uow Ihcrrfuro in puuiiane l
the Kwvr contained In th xaid morii;axe, e will.
tl;natlorne;a of Ihoauid John Moore, dl t ptlblia
tendiie, to the htlieal bidder, for eaah, at the court
hiuv, in t'iru, on th SV.h day of January, A. I).
1870, n the hour it eleten o'clock. In tbe fmrfi x
of id day. It.f -.ndlota lire (i and ill C'l.m blix'k
tM U), in tlio fourth addition lo the eily of Cairo,
omit if Aleiamler and Plat of lllinoia, aad w ill
execute to the ur haier or pur haaera thrrof deeda
for thvcoure)anee in fLcaliopleof the id prelum.
Jan. 15, IsTu.dloI
ALir.H, r.ce a miua, Miorn-t ior
JOHN ii. MiXJUK.
Ta The Tas Payer f Alexander On.
' ty nnd !ftll f llltaola.
The tax tiokia nr in luy handa and for th tar.
peae of collectm,; the Htnle, County, Hpcial. Pauper,
and DiatrtctSchool Uiea no due, and for tha year A.
li. 1M9, 1 arjll be at Cairo in my eftic amy day Jar
HiK thvmnntli ft February. lt;0.
At the houae of Jk.',' llarllmea, In llaila ood Pre
tnel, on Wedaeaday, Maiyh 50th, 1'TU.
At Hi al'-roof J hn Knuih, m Unity 1'iecitial, m
Thuraday. March Hat, 1K.
At th-tier nf II. A Bdmonir.n. In Clear Crek I'ra
cinet.on Mondt, ipriMlh, ia;o. a
At th Xhool llouae, near Ttioiaa J. Weflor' la
Clear Creek Tiecinei.on ThurJar, April Ml. UT,
Attheaioreof J II. ItManajr, in th vjwa ef Tnba
ea WKiucKliy, Ay I Clb, UTO.
Aitharler f lira (' lliftuer, at Pnata F ea
Thutf day, April :ili, W
At the alore of M 1. fiuntr, In floo-e laliad, n
rrldar, April lh. UTO.
At tae .Jiau' of TinmM Karlin, In lM(toola, a
aiilrday, April Wh, 1170.
Bir'to thoan lw owe prrannal tax, b anre tad pay
it and aaf ceala V I thai) do all in my power
rollelt ery dullar eharJ an Ike lax Utvcx inn(,
wa-IU ur and trie yonrformer Iteceipl or ywnr
aleadi in order Ihat th detc-rlptiona of your I. ml a mar
be found read.); L. II. HVKlf.
f-Henrfand Kx OfBeio Cellettorof Aleiander Co.
Coilertor'i OrSca Cairo, lit., Jan. Tin, A. K irw.
"f. K EN AG I L UKHT,
Attorney." nml Cotitucllorx at I-air,
Yrilllan TI. (Ireen, )
Ullliam II. (Illlicri, ) CAIItO, I I.I.
Mile tilltierl, J
Speelal attention jiieo toAdmrrally aad !iietnltt
Ofllee an Ohio Leree, llonma 3 ami
over lat .atlnnnl IlnMh. n.t rfl
Jjl E. AliimiGHT,
attokm:v at lav,
OUr. earner ot lrrlltli Hlretl nml M'laah.
CAIItO -ILLINOIS n
Will practice In thla and the adjoining Judicial en
euila, and make, coliiwiiona in the neihbnni: coun
Dei of Mnaourland Uentuckr. aaif
LLEN, AVE lill d: HUTIil.lt,
A1T0UXEVS AT LAW.
OIHea In Ilroaa A'aar IlulhHuaJi
Oornerof Elefnlh lret and CnminejeUl Aent
II. Wiitaoii Weill., JO"10.
L.l. lllitlrr, i deetldW
jJtj x k e iyw a"l h Zv n 1: kluk,
aitouxi:vs a'i law,
Jany II. Moi.kJtv, )
(leoi W. Wall, VCAIFtO. ILL.
Slit' L I WllKBLKR, J
Olllce Iloonta, H ami O Winter' Illoe
JJK. W. It. SMITH,
PHYSICIAN AND MJW.KON,
orrici: lan comnhiumai. avi:mtk
' (Orer rUnnon'a Hook Siore,)
itjiideiiie, No. I) TUirleinth Hlrel,
C. W. DUNNING, Ma I).
REII)RNCB-Oor. Otli anil V'alnat Street
QYVICR Cor.lHi Htrt and Ohio Imre.
OKFICE nOUIW Frem I .. t II w, ani fraw
11. WAKDSKH. .11. I)..
, , "
aapflrlanrf Ftaiiilenc t Walnat atreel.
STOVES, TINWARE, ETC.
A II ALLEY'S OHAHTKJl UJS.K.
Copper, Tin am! Sliest IrM
No. U WASHINGTON AYENVE,
(Above th Market Utiua.)
nnii-rin. Hnnutinv and Ateanbeat Wark
donalniaeat and aubgtantial wanner, at ;'
If III. wn, ft l ml l, gtlintii.'in iiiiriti.i im,- i
power of mid mi dm followlrii: ilecurlbo I properly.
lo.wjtr Lan numliornil n'nr IU), Irn (li'i nnd elneii ,
t (II), In bloik nuMbered nix (9;, in the lli'M mldltion '
i lo (he eliv of Cnlrii. in the county of Alexander nnd
t SIMo of Illinois, which oald iiiorltaf(n wHt ''y ,ft,t'
IS. r-'tn.ittTilornnd IMwili l'nr(m. 1rillee.ns afore-
j linn, on uio twi-itiii uny or jann.try, a. ii, iiiv.ior
(value receivod, duly iKidgnol l (leore Lntlner,
.nnd which and uiottfugo la rceurJed In the Hit.
, corder'a ottlco of tlio xuinly of Alcinnder, 111 book
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