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THE CAIRO
BULLETIN, TTJESDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1871
WLLETIN.
A4 TWiaut mummer-
taa frlatlBg Mils of tha city. Tha Dtil I Ota City f Ofcasttr departed early Sunday
eUwtkm it m foolish tha second U I aaefalas; with splsndld trip.
foundation!.. The present charter, Tht William Cuwon lift for Memphis
with tha amendment, printed In tha Mm I Sunday wits a tow of coal for Brown St
1 - ' " ' i' I ' amenameni, prwiea in int earns) i aunaay who a low ot coai lor urown
'iTau ball ef UnltdSfaaa4,lUady tra Itpa, would Altai many page of the same I Jones, which will enme in place, ai the
Our Homo Advertisers.
Wjaaaapaay tomtght wHI be a g read affair,
Be. BaWBMKof the OoldwVui 'Dii
paUh,' eaate p yesterday to get warn.
Situ nmm not fearing the law, Hole
la mare laet week, from the stable of
Lawls at Pulaski.
lit
1
V
'Til AthMieum the place at which a
teaeent hour may be whlled away in the
wTaaiag. feldea and Mrs. Irwin are
really attractive acton, and they boss a
t Am-rate company
Tbb ladlei of the city may prepare for
canon to-morrow, wo nare printed a
bushel of call-cards, and are yet at work
on other, and tho cry illll It : Thoy
come.
Thb 'San' says: Cpt. Uallldey, on
Saturday, itartei 100,000 buiholi of coal
to the suffering people of Memphis. May
all ihedow never grow lets." Amen,
brother Davis.
Ma. J. II. Williams of the MtCarmal
Register,' bai boon canvassing our mer
bhanti for advertisements. Of courio he
net with success. Our business men are
appreclatori of tho power of printer's iok.
UxLtcCKSED saloon-keepers, unlicensed
merchants and unlicensed draymen will
be the attractions of the jiollco court after
New Tear' day. The pollco are going for
tho delinquents with a vim. At least, tbry
threaten to.
The ladles of Si. 1'uters parish, (Episco
pal,) Mound City, will giro a festiral and
concert at Stokes' ball on Tuesday night.
Proceods for the benoflt of tho church. No
effort will bo tpn'rod to make the evening
agreeable and entertaining. 12-29-2t
Auo.ho tho most prominent arrivals at
tho St. Charles hotel yosterdav, wco H.
B. Gordon, Now Orleans; T. J. Fickott,
Faducah; TV. E. McNellly, Nashville; Yf
M. Morton and P. P. Senolr, St. Louis,
Captain O. J. Orammer, Evansvllle; K.
Buchanan, Memphis; 8. W. LamUlb,
Philadelphia; and C. W. Finn, Ullln.
Tuk
neum,
attraction to-night at the Athe-
will bo Temptation, or the Irish
Emigrant, and the farce of Family Jan.
Irwin will sustain tho character of Bobo
link, and Calder appears in both drama
and farce. Tho bill Is a most excellent
one, and should draw a full house.
Qo to Bcheel'i hall to night. The
Rough and Ready dance.
H. VM. Bftowjr has opened a day
boarding house in Budor'i block, corner of
Eighth and Washington, and is prepared
to accommodate an unlimited number with
day boarders. Mailswitl bo furnished at all
bnurs of the day In flrUclass style. The
table will be supplied with tho best the
market and the season affords. For par.
ucuiari apply at the bouso. 12-31 lm
Ir we should organlzs under the state
law, we would lose the services of Colonel
Taylor from tho city council, bo not being
a cltisen of tho state, and this wo would
much regret to do; but tbon we havo the
compensating knowledge, that aome gen
tletnen, not as valuable to tho city as the
ojionoi, win also drop out, at least for the
time being,
Osr Saturday night about twelve o'clock,
a wier tried toentor air. Lufkin'a grocery
store. He stole the koy from the back
door. Mr. Lufkln missed it about nine
o'clock. Two men watched all night for
the rascal, and be came around about one
o'clock; and, roconollering, discovered the
ambuscade which had been laid for bim ;
whereupon he got up find dustod along
the frozen street,,
Auuaosr. Bbown, a colored man, ono
of liura & Son's dray drivers, had saved
of bis earnings 80, and had bought a lino
suit of clothes. Ambrose piood for com
panionship, and took home Andy
Johnson to board with him. On Sunday
morning, Ambrose lookod into bis trunk
and the $80 and the clothes wore gone.
Aid so was Andy Johnson.
Mb. Wubclkb has been suggested as a
candidate for city attorney at tho sp
proachlng municipal olectlon.but wo do not
know that the suggestion originated with
his knowledge Mr. Wheeler has suffl
cient lawyerly ability to All the position
in a very acceptable mannor, and could,
we doubt noV.be elected; but it is probable
be would not like to take this addition,
al burden on his shoulders.
A. Marx has the programmes of the
celebration, at Wilholmsbad, a bathing
place near Stuttgart, Germany, of the
late annlverslty of American independ
enre. He was there. Over five hundred
Americans turned out in procession, one
tea'.ure of which was one hundred
carriages decorated with American flags
me programme JUarx cherishes end
wears it close to his American heart
tizet and an organization under the gen
eral law will decrease the amcuntof print
Ing, which even now Is far from being
large In amount or very lucrative to tho
printer. Under tho law thero would only
bo one body of tho city council, elections
would occur but onco In every two years,
and the machinery of tho government
would be much simplified.
Prbjudick aside, wo do declare, that
Mr. Pope would make a most efficient ex
ecutivo officer a first-class mayor. We
know how difficult it is to overcome polltl
cal and personal prejudices, and wo know
that nearly overy Democrat in Cairo bates
Pope as if ho were the devil, boofod and
horned hates him as a politician and as a
man. Wo havo dono much to create this
condition of the public mind in this city,
We used to think Pope was just a little
bettor than Old Nick, and almost as bad
as we thought Munn was; but, the fact
Is, Pope has become modlfiod by acquaint
ance into a devilish good sort of a fellow;
and, moro, acquaintance bis developed
him, in our opinion, into a very abli
young man. He possesses, in a maricod
degree, the qualities of a man who would
mskaan excellent exocutivo ofllcor, and
Cairo might go much farther and farr
much worse than by chouslne Popo for
ber mayor.
TUt ESTKM'KISI Savinos Uamk of this
city wi.s organized and ont into business
on the first day of September, 1870, and in
tho two years and four months that have
olaptod, its business 1ms been increasing all
the time, until to-day it is ono of tho most
Important and useful institutions in tho
city. Hundreds and thousands of dollars
havo been saved in this city through its
Instrumentality, and many men, women
and children can to-day attribute theli
present prosperity to its ngnncy,
This Institution was Incorporated by the
Into of Illinois, March 31, 1869, and It
charter is pornetual. It ii in the hnndu of
our bost citizens and u deposit in its vaults
is ono of tho aafett possible investment
To lay by a portion of tho fruits of in
dustry in tbo tlmo of youth and of health,
for future wants, Is a mark of wisdom ;
and, as all are liable to infirmities, pro.
visions to allorlate them is of tho highest
obligation
supply of coal at that port lias nearly
given out since Brown lc Jones lost so
heavily by the ico smash.
Hiram Illll, the subinarlno diver, went
to Belmont last weok, and loosened tho
screws that held tho railroad table down
under the water, and so arranged things,
that tho table was raisod to the surface cf
the water. Ho left for Louisville Sunday,
and will go to the sunken Genoral Bucll,
and will likely ralso her.
Mr. Burns, Captain Ougan's dlvor, had
everything ready to go to work at tho
sunken railroad lion, but tho heavy. ice
and fiJt rising river compelled him to
postpono operations. Ho left for Mem
phis, to work at tho sunken boaU in that
harbor.
The Joe. Kinney came to the wharf
and commenced loading for Memphis and
all way points, and will leave with dispatch.
Capt. Blxby of tho City of Alton, ar
rived from St. Louis yestordy. nad re
ports business up there dull. lie will not
leave the City of Alton at proiont.
Tbo Warner is havini; her threo bsrec
loaded for New Orleans, and will leave
about Saturday.
The Continental, fur Now Orleans, will
lcavo to-day with a full load.
Tbo Robert Mitchell left for Paducah
Sunday, whoro she will try to got u start
for atrip to Now Orleans.
The Crescent City with threo loaded
barges wus making up her tow, und ei-
pected to lcavo for tho South lo-t nicht.
ino nno steamboat whistle, former) v on
tho stoamboat Wild Wegonor, and now In
tbo Office of Hallidav brother's wharf.
boat, will bo raffiod off as soon ns nil ll e
chances are taken. There will be twentv
fivo chances at $10 pur chsnce, and those
wlsblog chances can obtain thorn by ap
plying at the office of Charles M. Howo i:
Co, Ohio levee. Tho whistle is one of ex
traordinary swootncis of tono and can be
heard at a great distance It is owned by
Capt. A. O. Ooddln, formerly of tbo Wild
Wagoner, but now in business at St,
Louir,.and as there are several captains
trying to obtain it for their boat, Capt.
Goddin will give them nil a chance to win
It,
PHIL. HOWAJID,
liMIAI.,
NOTIOK
Is hereby given that default havli g been
maue ror more nmn ni uj m mjj
nent of a portion of the
amount secured to be pan or a
certain mortgage executed by frank Hani-amp
to Samuel Slants Taylor ami Iviwlu
Parsons, trustees of the Cairo City Property,
dated March 10, 1801, and rccorueu in uie
..nnp.i.f'. nfli,.. in nni! inr Alexander
countv. fn the state of Mlllnoi. in book it of
deeds, on page o7, e.c. wj, the under
signed, said trustees, will on rrlday, tbo
2fth day of January next. A. 1). 18,8, at 10
o'clock In the forenoon of that day, under
and by virtue or the power or sale coninineu
Inwild mortgage, self at public auction tithe
lilirheot bidder. rorcnh.nttheofflce building
nf ilil minti-iv. corner of Wuahlmrton ave
nue and Eighteenth Mrccl, In the city of
Cairo, In Alexander county ami stale or Illi
nois, ail me rigni, line aim imurcjv in iiu
Prank llunraniii. fir liln auiirns. In nnd to
lot numbered U (three,) In block numbered
U flnrtv.l III mild rltv l Cairo, accordlnir to
me rocorucu piai iiiltcoi. wim mo piiiihi-
nanccN, to saiisiy inc purposes ami iuum
tion of said mortgage. . .
H. IAA.TS TAl I.U1K,
EDWIN I'AUSONS.
Trustees of the Cairo City Property.
Dated 1,'alro, Illinois, DccCtnb r30, 187;.
12-31dtd.
NOTICE
fs berebv clvcii t int default having jocn
made for more than sixty dayx In the p:iy
mentor a portion or the amount secured to
ue paid by n certain iiiortpuco executed by
.Inlin I. Taiirai t to Samuel Stuats Tavlor and
Kilwln 1'ari.ons. trustee or tho Cairo City
Prpn-rly, dated Nov. 14, 18H. and recorded
In the ri'i'ordcr'H office, Inn tltor Alexander
ounly, In the stale ol Illinois. In book P ot
ccds. on nnice lir' otcwo. t ictindcrlirneu
trustee", wllUin Friday, the 21th day or Jan
Our Homd Advertiser.
HALL1DAY BROTHERS,
GENERAL AGENTS
IfORWAllDINQ and COMMISSION
tlKIl I! It A NTH.
DEALERS IN FLOUR
And Agents of
into BlVXIt AMt KANAWHA
salt coxr-DCjriaaa .
rs . t C. t villi, I
'" " 1 in I' I tmmJjJiM'
V . &
WHOLESALE AND MTAJI.,r ; k
DRUGGISTS,
iTO. 74: OHIO S,au3
Kclail nnd J'rcscLI
Coiiirr AVn,njf,n
andKfgMhrtl
forennon of that day, under ami hy virtue or
the powurorsaicciiiiiuinciiiii k.iiu mnnirauu.
cii ui puuiicuuciinn, 10 uiiMiincn imiuer,
for vain, at mo oim-e uuuuinv or raid tni
ies. romcr or Waihltigtnn aveniln a'nl
El htccnth street. In the cltr or Cairo. In
t uxiinucr county ami flniu or illinoin, an
the rUht, title and Interest cr salil John P.
I'liggiirt, or hU listen, In and to lotn nuiii
btruil t!) (nlnetcun,) 20 (twenty,) 21 (twenty
one,) 22 (twunty-two,) 21 (twentv-tlirce.)HiHl
I ttui'titr-fonr.) In block M (Uitvcicht.l In
the Fl it Addition to the city nf Cairo, ai-
.-orilltiLr to tliu recorded plat thcrcor, with
the upiM.rti'iiancei', to Kath-ly the purposes
.ind condition r said iiiortirauc.
S. STAATd I AVI.UK,
EDWIN PAIHONS,
Trustees ui lliu Oilroclty Property.
Dated Cairo, Illluols, December Uu, ttt72.
12-illiltd.
N. U. TIIIATLKWOOII. 1". J. TIIISTI.F.WOOP,
THTSTJ.EWOOD & CO.,
i:m:rai.
cttjr Hssitaausi
Keep your doors und gates shut with
the Dudly spring from Ilulley's.
12-19-tm
A doposlt of one dollar per weok will,
with the Interost allowed by this bank,' STEAMBOAT
produce tno following results:
IT . i I
In 6 years - 800 10
i 10 - - - . 704 8&
i is " 1,247 00
20 ' - 1,977 84
it 25 " 2.9.18 74
30 ' - - - - 4,277 01
Amount deposited in thirty years,
fifty-two dollars each year l.GGO 00
Accumulation of interest on samo 2,717 01
$4,277 Ot
Interest is payable September 1st and
II arch 1st only, and on money then on
deposit.:!
The interest, if not drawn, is imme
diately added to tho principal, and thus is
compounded in favor of tho depositor av
i eryslx months. Tbo Hun.
For the benefit of our lady readers,
who intend to "entertain" on New Tear's
day, we will name the refreshments which
Madame Dcmorest good authority says
are offered by the, fashionables of Gotham
to New Tear's callers. Cofleo, lemonade,
cake and sandwiches comprise the list,
Ladies will find at Uurger's, 144 Com
mercial avenue, fancy goods of all kinds,
solected with especial referenco to tbe hol
iday season: men and boys will find all
kjnds of boots and shoes, and ladies' and
misses' shoes that will give porfect satis
faction. Mr. Burger has also dress goods,
shawls, skirts, furs of all kinds such as
minks, sables, etc.; all new, just received
from tbo East, and now being sold at very
low prices at figures reduced to moet the
demands of tho holiday trade, so that tho
nimblo penny may bo turned instead of
the slow dollar. 011 and see for your
self, tf.
BUTCHER
k HsUIsUaa;.
BSkpcial attention pant to orders Iron steam
ntabtordav
NOTICH
Is hereby given that default having been
mailt; lor more than sixty days In the pay
incut nt a portion or the amount secured to
lie nuld by a certain mnrti'ai'c executed by
.ton-pli McKciiz'c to Samuel Btaats Taylor
and Kuwm i-arsons, irmiecs ol me uuiro
..I... . I. ...! Ck...m.i.am ,n IDA. . ..I
recorded In abe recorder's office, in and ror
Alexander county in the Mate, of Illinois, In
book P of deeds on page 110. etc., we, the
undcrsliriicd said trustees, will on Kridav.
the 21th diy or January next. A. D. 17.1, at
10 o'clock In tho forenoon of that duy, umJer
ana ny vinuo oi iuo power oi ;u; ruuiaincu
in said niortnifo,s(Mi aipuouc auction 10 inc.
Iilirhest bidder, foftcasli. at tho otilco build
Ing or said trustees, corner or WaMiliiKton
ivenue and Kllitecuili street, in the city oi
Cairo, in Alexander count and stale of Jllt-
nol. all t in r c lit. title ami intercut of said
Joseph MrKenzle or his aligns In and to lots
numbered i, (niiecn,) in (nixteen,) and 17
(seventeen,) In block numbered 2 ( wo,) In
i io rounn ami memo ine saiu ciiv oi Cairo.
according to tho recorded plat thereof, with
the appurtenances, to Kitlxfy tho purpose
anu conuiliou oi sain uioriKiiuu
H TS TAVLon,
EDWIN PARSONS,
Trustees in mo Cairn Uty Property.
Dated Cairo, llllnoli, December uU, 1b72
12-3ldtd.
A jocular gentleman reported up the
Illinois Central, a few miles from Cairo,
tbat a married lady of bis neighbor
nood and a Clerk or the same neck of
woods, being in Cairo together, had vis
I ted tbe theatro in each others company,
and had roomed togother. The jocular
gentleman has been sued for slander.
Damages claimed tbe modest sum of
9 lO.gwrBe clerk says he can prove an
mat be was at tbe famous castle of
tbe Queen of Kngland on tbe night in
question.
Testbkday morning, the tody of a
dad man was discovered under tbe high
sidewalk on the levee, between Tenth and
Twelfth streets. The Investigation ottbe
eoroner developed tho fact, tbat tha de
ceased had come to his death by sickness
resulting fron exposure. Ills name was
Matthews, Ha was from Paducab, and
had worked in Kichoffs furniture factory.
Leaving Klcboffs, he indulged In a spree,
became penniless and sick, tad fnally
erawlsd under tbs sidewalk wors out, aad
died.
Wi have been informed that certala
citizens are opposod to organising ur d r
tbe state law because (I) trie lsw ii too
lasgtbr, and (2) because it will iMfMit
ii
ii
ii
it
KIHEI. rillKI F1R3I
Tbo Rough and Ready Fire Company
will givo a grand fireman's ball to-night,
at Scheol's hall, on which occasion thoy
will bo glad to have all tboir friends, and
everyone olso, to patronize them. Tbe
Roughs are a good company, and our peo
ple owe them a debt which they can pay
by giving them tbelr patronage to-night.
A gay time may bo anticipated. Music of
the first-class will bo thoro, and a good
supper provided. "Wines, beer and other
drinVs of tbe bost quality in abundance.
We are assurred by tbe managers tbat tho
best of order will bo preserved.
Alaivxp.
Steamer Ulasgow, uickman
" lllinoM, Columbus
" Joe. Kinney, Retirement
DIPARTID.
Steamer, Dextor, New Orleans
City of Chester, Memphis
William Cower,
Robert Mltcbel, Paducab
Illlonls, Columbus
Crescent City, New Orlonns.
CONDITIO or TAB RIVXJIS.
Tbe river at this point commenced fall
ing fjunday morning. There has been no
Ice passing out of the river tor several
dy. The several gorges up tbe Ohio are
till holding tight with no prospects of lot
ting loose. The Mississippi is still frozen
over, and a yoke of largo cattlo wero taken
over on tho ico last week; that is some
thing not often done at this place. The
lit is laid to bo six inchos in dopth and is
clear a a crystal. Tbere is now a splendid
stage of water South, and boats am able
to load to their carrying capacity.
special aispatches to tub uullbtin re
port tha condition of the Ohio and Mitels
slppl rivers at various places.
UCSIMESS AND WXATHKK.
There was a busy time at tbo landings
yesterday among tho boats now loading
for tha South, and large quantities of
freight were handled.
Tha weather was cold with a driitaling
rain, which has laced the streets and
lave la a very nddy condition.
MISCSLIANCOUS,
Tbe Dieter lift for New Orleans and,
COiMZinSTQ-
CITRISTMA9.and at No 32 Eighth street,! a
complete Hock of Holiday irood in the fol
lowing lines: Groceries Fruits and Toys,
mjuiu mii-ii arc uonuoii L.arcr anu sccu
les R'lislns. Zinte Current. Citron. Rivent
and Rolled Cider, Apple Uutter, Mince Meat.
Apples, Oranges, Lcinonx, Figs. Nuts and
Candies, (mixed by ourselves); Skates from
TO
Now Yor'c club, Toy Badstoads. Wasrons
Carts, Perambulators, Wheelbarrows und
Hobby IlorscH. California and other Canned
r run oi tne dch brands, In large variety.
Canned Fish. Bottled goods. Shaker Pre
serve and Jellies. Fireworks, etc., etc., at
URI8T0L & STILWKLL'8.
CA-IIRO.
NTEAHBWATN.
If All, BOAT.
The splendid steamer
JAS. FISK,
Dick Fowlbb, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY. (Sundavcxccnted). al
4 p.m. For freight orpassaxe apply on bo;m.
r IU (JAI, JJALLUKV, AIM.
lan 3tf
CITY LIOKNSKS.
Merchants, saloon keener, runner, team
stem, and ull others Interested, arc hereby
notitled that city licenses, lor the year 1872.
will expire on tbe first day ol January. 187X
A prompt renewal will be required without
uiruiui uuiicu.
M. J. IIowlky, City Clerk,
Cairo, Dec. 30, 1872.
xou can Duy six
and onohalf lbs. Durant's
A C3offeo Sugar for One Dol
lar; Seven lbs. New Orleans
Sugar for Ono Dollar; Best
three and one-half libs. Prime
Rio Coffee, One Dollar : Bost
Iraporial Tea, Ono Dollar and
a half per pound ; Best Gun
powder Tea. Ono Dollar and
Seventy-five Conts per pound ;
Young Hyson and Oolong Tea,
One Dollar per pound, and ev
ery thing proportionately cheap
at WILEY & BIXBY'S.
6.24-tf.
ATTENTION!
Mr. K. Jones on Commer
cial avenue, second door west
of Tenth street, is manufactur
ing Boots and Shoes of the
best material in the market
and is prepared to fill all
ordors on tho shortest notice.
He guarantees both the work
and matorial ; his patterns are
of the latest styles, and his
prices lower than any other
shop in the city. Confident
of the excellence of his work,
ho invites the
the public.
NOI1UK
Ii hereby given that default having been
mauo lor more man sixiy uay in tuc pay
ment of a portion or tho amount secured to
be paid ty a certain lnorurago executed by
Krvin jiaxwcu io saiiiui tnnuin i ayior anil
Edwin Parsons, tr.utees of tho Cairo City
Proncrtv. dated September 10. 1803. and
recorded in the recorder' olDce. in and lor
Alexander county, in tuo state ot Illinois, in
book G, of deeds, on page 241), etc., we, the
undersUrned said trustees, will, on Friday.
the 24th day ol January next, A. D., ls;;i, at
10 o'clock In the forenoon or that day, under
anu uy viruu oi me power oi sine coniuincc
In said inortKaee, sell, at pub c miction, to
the highest bidder, lor cah, at the ofDeo
bulldimror said Trustees, corner of Wui.li-
iiuion avenuo anu r.igiiicentri street, m the
city or Cairo, in Aiexanucr county and Mate
or Illinois, au me ngui. tine ami Into' est or
said Ervln Maxwell or his aR-L-ns. in and tn
lot numbered 3 (Three), In block numbered
48 (forty-eight), in tbe first addition to said
city ol Olro, according to tbe recorded pi
thereof, with the appurtcnauues: to satiofy
wo purposes unu conuitioiioiaiu.iiorigage
S. MI AA 18 TAYLOIt.
JSDW1N PARSONS.
Trustees of the Cairo City Property.
Dated, Cairo, ills., December 30, 1872.
12-31-dtd
INUTlCiS
Is hereby given that default having been
maue ior more man sixty uay in me pay.
lucnt ol a portion or tbe amount secured to
be paid by a certain mortice executed by
Warren C. Dunning to Samuel Staat Taylor
anu r.uwiu l arnoiu, irusiees or mo Cillo
City Property, dated November 14th, 1801,
and recorded In the reeor-'ei' olllcc, in ahd
lor Aiexanucr county, intliostatoorilllnol,
In Book K, or dee is, on page 388. etc., we,
the undcrslglifii wild trustees, will nil Fri
day, the 3 1 ui day or January ucxt, A. D.,
1873, at 10 o'clock In the forenoon or that
uay, unucr anu uy virtuo or tho power oi
aie coniaiucu.iu nam iiiortKau'e, cell, ut pub
lie auction, to the blul eit b ddcr. ror i hi.1i
at the olllee building orald trutcc. corner
oi wasmngion avenue unu KiKhtecntli street,
in tne city or Cairo, in Alexander county
and state or Illinois all the rlL'ht, title and
interest or said Warren C. Duniiingorlils us
siguii. In and tololsnumbcreilSl (thlrly-oiic),
andj)2 (thirty-two), In block numbered 73
(fceventv-tbrec,) In said city or Cairo, accord
ing io uie recorueu piai mcrcor, With the
uppurtcnajces. to sathry the purposes and
couumoii ui saiu mongajre
H. KTAAl'rt TAYI.Olt,
EDWIN PAItSONS,
Trustees of the Cairo City Properly.
Dated, Cairo, Ills., December 30, 172.
12-31-dtd '
NOTICE
Is hereby given that default having been
made ror moro than sixty days in the pay.
incntnfa portion ol tbe amount secured in
be paid by a certain mortgage executed by
Joseph Mc;cnzle to Satmiel Staat Tuylor
unu r.iimii l urouuv, irimiee oi me Cairo
City Property, dated Murch 10th, 18fl:, and
recorded In tbo recorder' olllcc. in and lor
Aicxanuerrounty, in tno stale orilllnoi, In
book P, or deed, on pugo 11. etc.. we, tho
undersigned said trustees, will, on Friday,
tho 24th day ot January, next. A. D.. iht.i
ut 10 o'clock In the forenoon off hat duy, tin
dernnd hy virtue of the power of sale con
tained ill said mortgage, sell, at public auc
tion, to the highest bidder, ror cash, at the
otllee building or said truktee, corner or
Washington avenue ami Eighteenth street,
in the city or Cairo, In Alexander countv
and stato of Illinois, all the right, title mM
Interest ofsald Joseph ilcKcnzIo or hi u
signs, in and to lots numbered 32 fthlrtv.
two), 33 (thirty-three), and 31 (tlitity.fouri,
In block numbered 2 (two), in the fourth ad
dition to said city ol Calm, according to tho
recorded plat thereof, with tho appurtenan
ces tn atlfy the purposes ami condition of
said mortgage.
n. n iaa io iai i.uu,
EDWIN PAK80N8,
Trustees of thn Cairo City Property,
Dated, Cairo, JIN, December 30, 1B2,
12-31-dtd
TAXES. 1872.
The tax hooks tor the curroni ve.ir hav.
In? bri ii plaeed in my hands. I would re
pectfully eiiittliB tlntloii ol tax-payers to
section 105, Jr the laws of 1872, which pro
vide Unit where parties own jicrvonul prop
erty us wcll!as real estate, the poonal prop,
ertv must first be dentraiiied bemrn thn rinl
estate ccn bti S'dd. I MIAIX T1IEIIKOKE,
after tho KII19T DAY OV FKBRUAKY
NEXT, ci m ncnee to di-straln for such taxes
In eonfoimity With said section. Tux.nuv.
era by psying duo regard to this notice will
save both trouble and tot, a the law upon
tho subject 1 imperative, Tho books are
nnrvnnnrra nfiPcn at 107 mcu- ollli;o uourj rom l
patronage oi oiC0Ck . m oviock p. m.
AuK, u. ibvin, Collertor,
Cairo, Did. 31, 1872. U2w,
71) Ohio Lkvkk.
Cairo, Ii.mshis.
OMMISSIOiN MERCHANTS
lI!AI.KIt IN
I
irijflLMHCI or cJ
ajMPIHLSSBSl g
ERARCIAY1 rothersj m
lltJ
Ami Dijlnfectant
At UARCIi.VT
MllVI'V lift- ml t
"YOUNtl JlijJ
FI.OUK, COKN, OATS, HAY, F.TO
78 Ohio Levee, VAIItO, 1I.I.N.
Z. D. MATUUSS..
a. a .niu
MATnUSS & UUL,
FOE.VTjfs.aaDIOJTO
ASn ftKNRKAI.
Commissi on Mkkc Hants
DKALKltU its
fLOTJB, Q-EAI2r:
I AY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
allklflt I.KVKF..
J. M.
PHILLIPS & CO..
E
t3
1 l-.v-u.
And "lnlversallh
At UAKCLaI p
mai.inm.
IH'JCC(,isoi 55
Forwardinj. vt B - H
MEROIll
ASP
WHARF-BOAT PROPRIETORS.
SWS Liberal Adrsneemrnis msdn
fK upon CnnnlgoaieDt. vv
Aro preparrd to recnTf. .tore soil lorwsr'l
frelKbts to all points "nil buy nJ
sll on comml.non,
WDiihIdos ailended to i.rnmptlT;
C. CLOSE,
GENERAL COMMISSION
MERCHANT
DBAIiBB I3ST LIME
Gxmknt, Plabtsh Pakib,
AND
PLASTERER'S HAIR,
NO. 71 OHIO LKVKK VKDKR CITY NATION
At, BANK.
tTT"or the purpose of building un a
wboict.lo trade In Cairo, I will sell to deal
ers and contractors In lots of f0 barrel and
upward, at manufacturing prices adding
freight.
uslro. August 13, ls2.
CRYSTAL SALOON
AND
RKADINO ROOMS.
.MICHAEL COYM3, Proprietor.
(OLI POST OFFICE bTANH.)
Comer Sixth street and Commercial Ave.
Thcbest brands of Cigars, choice. Wines,
l.lijllors, etc.. alnuysoii band.
CrOpcn day and nlght.JEJ
OLD del5ionico
SALOON ANU H HA DING TtOO.M.
L
WINTER'S IILOCK.
PARKER & MONTAGUE
Proprietors,
"The bct brands of Cigars, choice
I.UUors,etc., nhva . s oo hand tl
Comer "111 slroo' and
Commercial A v.
100 Cnmni'r.v
P.k.I brxnil .f C.
un ft. m ..i
lilljliiaill' ?anmi. -
oftiblts : and bar uj
uml I'lirnr- nf Ibem-I
1 . DOHA
'iON AND BAR
letr,
1 'LLK.'OU
.in.l,
X
k torf
BOOK BIWUIXU.
PATRONIZE ,
HOMS TBAI
sT. C. HUELj
Late of St. Louis,
COOK BINDER AND BLANK
MANUFACTURE!;
BULLETIN B1NLEH
Corner Twclftli street and Comfcri
BLANK 1IOOKH or every descptii
with neatness and dl.pateb. I tl
ruling done at short notice Rites. I
..lUKUAIIliri nilU t LTIUIIICHIS OOUSB
at.the low-cut PO.tlble rates. '
County work. ueh as Ilecari Tl
Kee IJo'iks. lllunks. etc.. madeS'W
Itoxcs, I'ockct Books, Kuvmps
made to "''r. ' i
-TU STREET,,
BET
"KVUX AID
on
1.I10
III
tht
ore.
SE STOCK.
LITTLE KENTSj
S A L 0 0
AND
R. A. CUNNINGHAM,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
AND IlKALKU IN
ELeVX", OATS,
AND MILL FEED.
CAIRO,
ILLINOIS
STHATTON & BIRD,
(HuccKneofH toHtratlon, IImlioni CUrk,)
WHOLESALE GROCERS
AND
COMMISSION MKROIIANTS,
57 Ohio Loveo. Coiro, Illinois
MILLER & PARKER,
GENERAL COMMISSION
AKI
KORWARDING MRROHANTH,
DEALERS IN FLOUR. CORIs
Oats, Hay, otc,
AOENTrJ rou FAIRBANK'8 fJOALICS
Ohio Levee. CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
(Open Day and Night.)
J. E. PARKS, Proprietor,
Ohio Lcv'w'c, bet, 4th ami 6th streets,
CAIRO, ILLS.
MEALS AT ALL IIOCR3.
A fine now Dining Hall with every con
venience li'ix been milled to thl popular
Iti'i-tHiiraut, and tins guels will tin-J ctery
requlalte lor thciruceomodatlon.
THE MILL OF FARE
consists or ever)' mbitantlal and dollcacy ol
the teaon.
THB ZB-A-XS
is supplied with tho
CHOICEST L1QU0HS.WINES & CIGARS
JSTMlxed drinks prepared with care.
11-10 tl.
W-lt-4 SB.
II. M. HULEN,
M E Tl 0 H A N D I S E B K 0 K V, R ,
-A.vn
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Turchasing lor Merchants a speciality.
OlQco i 110 Ohio Levee, CAIlld, ILLS.
tsyRefereaccs, Cairo Merchants.
Etablblied, November 18, 1872
OAIEO
CONSE11VATORY
ol'
MUSIC.
On tliu corner of 12th street and Waslilugton,
avenue, oppn.Itc Ihilletln olllcc.
BROWN SHJKS
PRINTS, L
OHECKrJ, j'w-
AMD trill
IkSiJL fcl
HENRY II. JIBVE
DECORATIVE. SIQN and ORNAif
GRALNLNO AND MAR
ol every DescrlpUosT"
DECORATING AND Gl'l
In even style, plain and ornatamta'
l'artltfUlar attention paid .to Qlui
unicrs wmcucu ior sceaery, ir
Banner Fainting. '' ' i
FANCY GLASS SHOcf
Gilt, .plaui and omsuiontal. All
tn-ted to my care will be prat
tended to. Shop in Perry Urui,
Commercial avenue and Klcsik sw
wplltr. 'i
BiiVE TI3IE AND JIONlJL'
Hy lcttlns your Hwei.vi
IIS1
rVRTlV inw m.nJUl
I " A7AVUJ
fill ST. AND OCHU1
ire
Ifvo i tv'ant cinnlovment crn In Vl.(
u jou wuui ncip or any ustrip:
(wiuincc ; n you want p duj
arti!io,i;o to tiieonico; wicre
w o will sell or wbo wl ! buy.
hlc. or who will work. Call I
yfcir wants and orders low, far'
Mtucy." ,
mm
(Ml
Rsu
ELECTION JOTlCti.
CAinrills., Doicmber. ,ii!:i
ft I1UIIU IIUI.' 1 " -m
tbn Wl tiilh (trect and (innm.,
ON TWKupfloor to the Ilyland A
Will open
MONDAY, NOVEMBER
" Tuition irom f 2 to S20 po
IN CLASSES OF 1 TO -
No pains will ho spared
1'LEAfcANT,
rilOKITABLE,
AND S
to oltvoncerneil,
v p nmiTTmf
Teacher pf Vocal, Or;a;i nnc
J. M. RODENBA
Teacher of Wiud and Sti
(Sec circular.) .
i
1
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Ll
Lll
i 1
SI 1
l rj i
rn
CAIRO, ILLS.
JAKE WALTE1,
A
APT? -RflTT TWIN'S
'ia Stbikt, BKTjriiNf 2?,'kTi
AND COMMIBOIAL Afi OflJ,' j ij
AdJolnlBir BI'sesstsastM.fv, 4
Lmh, Sui,, ,to nj are if su-
citissoa Io tha most ao(ptsbl f j
Wo M,
iiAJitio IVxNAo
Buvouiea and Dealxb laws
Fresh Meats.
CoiiNJcn NOnCTINTB and 1'
CAIRO, ILUNOI
BUVS Slid lUllrlitjir nnt .1
bogs and shsep, and Is prtu
"""un tut irciu uibih iroa
tan thousand pounds.
Cairo Public Lar
y
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