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inn ears) were received the marriage was
three days old, and lb surprise wu greet.
Somehow Jtt. Floret did sot item like a
marrying man, though be was evr to
met, ana nit court drest last Hew lean
day wet, the bendtomutt at the While
House. He baa martlet! Mist Jbeoner at
Ruib She k a bessntlful Cuban, tht
daughter of a prominent mas, who1 was
tbe agent or inn government ror tut rec
ognition of ltd independence of Cuba.
I tie marriage is perfectly tunable, at mey
tpeak tbo tame language and are of lliu
tame religion. :-Xhe marriage took place
in the cathedral, at 11 am., Christmas day,
Mrs Senator BiocKion it very lonu oi
hovulllei when the entertains. Tuesday
night tlio elves her son Richard a mat-
querade Uorman. It It lor the school
girls ana noyi. i aun t Know wuemer
there will fnncy'drctics or nit.
Tntdaugbteror AUrairai rotter ffives a
Ocru Ai.New Year night, and this will be
a young Vol k t party, buch enlerlainiiietili
aro rare here, for more prominence it
usually given to the married than the
voun!. The eayetlet at the W nile llouio
ueirin wun toe reception on ine ursi oi
January. The nexi week tnere will be h
Mate dinnor, and tho lollowing Saturaay
Mrs. Urant coiiimencel ber afternoon re
.e,toiii from 3 to 5 p. in.
l'UB'i.ay had Oven her day hitherto, and
too change ft regretted, at Saturday it
Mrs. Carlisle' i day and the houses aro o
lar apart. It is going to be more than wo
can biar to go to all the deliguliul rccc
lioni and entertainments that are talkid
of. January is to bo the month of wed
dings. Qcii, Fob r and Mis Dvls is to
bu married i.n ihu 9Ui, andf.-iir others to.
low In rapid succtsion. Everybody is
bjy and absorbed In preparations.
L-i'l Saturday a cable dispateh
from England unnounced the
leath of Mrs. Horace Itumbold.
A. few dayt before, the announcement had
ben male that Mrs. Rumbotd wni ex
pected hero on n visit to her relatives en
route to Braxil, whero ber husband had
been appointed minister. Tbera aro no
particulars as yet a to the causo ul thu
sudden death of this lovuly young wlfo
and mother. Mrs. RimboM was the sec
ond daughter tf Georgu lUrlngtcn, bo
wts assistant secretary of tlio" treasury
during Mr. Lincoln's first term, lie war
sent as minister to Switzerland, and both
of hit daughtirt married in tho diplomatic
corps abroid. Mary, the oldest, married
the Italian minister at Berne, and it n
countess. Carrie married Horace Itum
bold, the ton of the Knglish minister
This marriage was mnt cxculliint
n every respect, itnd I remember
ea-eely fre yean ago iceirg a letter
Mrt. Rumbold wrote to her grand-mother,
Mrt, Barney, giving a description of her
wedding and tnu costlv presents. All tb
schools in Berno had n holiday, and the
chnrt walked in procession to the
church, strewing flowers. Then tamo the
account of her vltit to tho ancestral home
In England, and tho hearty reception
hero. Sho was presented to tho queen,
tnd humorously described tier trepidation
and (ear that she would trip in ber court
train ai'tho backed from tbo royal pret
nce. It is hard to realize that remorse
less death has tniobid this brieht j-"np
creature from loving hearts. u that her
nniivo city wilt never again welcome her
LOCAL WEATHER REPORT.
U. S. Sto. Sn , UnatRVitR'a Or mb,
Ulno, Jan. 2, 1873, lOtl I p.ns.
BaremeUr 20.70, and falllag.
"Wind northeast, velocity 3 miles per
3 p.m., 37
last 24 hours,
last 24 hours,
0 a.m., J7.
Prevailing wind, east.
Total velocity oi wind, last 24 hours, 177
Weather, light tlcet and rain,
TuoMa L. Watsok, Observer.
Klkctiok on Tuesday next.
'id tbo ob-
th is aware
S73 and th'
)Cg time in
is to be an
tics for tl a
there Is a
rco in that
j 'tiled upo
i datton of t.
on to the
a their re-
. nt bat per
mo by tlit
nert for all
ng of the
I v to take.
i igress will
) to order
nt of the
oty of tbe
i a ureedv
, may In
i, will at:-
It is pout, not rheumatism,
troubles tbo king or Italy.
An lndianajgirl last year raised $1,
800 worth of broom corn.
Henrietta Robinson, tbe veiled mur
deress, it crazy at a bed-bug.
Wisconsin clergymen claim and exer
cise tbe right to tit downjand deliver their
Mist Amelia Baker can bake a dish o
pork and beam quicker and better than
any other cook in Indiana.
Mr. Sumner's pbysiciant visit him
wice a day, and bis physical condition is
oniidercd very precarious.
Two American female phyticiant, Dr.
I. . Blackmar and Mary Blinn, both
from umcai'o. are practiclni: in U n-
Longfellow isn't a bit poetical over
be Boston fire. Ue owned a cood deal of
nturanco stock which was badly damaged
Mr. William Oswald Charlton of the
British Legation, it about to marry Mis
Campbell, who powders the loveliest lace
Sir Uoory Holland, tbe famous Eng
ib pnytieian, now eighty-four years old.
is talking of visiting the United State
gain next year.
A young sugar-cooper In Evansville.
too a sniff at the bung of a barrel of two
year-old homo-nmd.) brandy, and went
uotno with the doliriuai tremens.
Steve Dwigbt hat become quite a fav
orlte as an amuturo novelist unions tbe
publishers of "racy and entertatnlng litoia
.urn in new lurkund ruiladulpbia.
President Sgel of linvti, whern tbe
curre.icy is valu d in the proportion ii
four hundred to ono of gold, decruet thi
abolition or paper money at the end ol
John P. Hale it aconflrmed paralytic
and hueofieningof tbe brain. Llecannoi
luavo bit room, and will nut probably livr
i ureal wuiie. no it nearly ttxtv-tuvei
M rs. Susanna Wise, living near Kn ix
t'i le, I'ennesteo, is lutiyeart old. She i
m full posieiiion of her faciliuef. and ca
-wallow a cup of cold tea, or smoke a pipf
if 'dog-lelj' without spectacles.
Mrs. Luke O'Nell, who mysteriously
disappeared from Cluveland. Julv 'J4 tl,
J" returned to the bo.oin uf hvr lanuly.
ihs had been ruuicating in Mil wmku.-.
tnu reluies to explain ber foo iib freak
Harriet Uosmsr has completed an ex
qutsile woik a statue of thu ux-Qieen i
napies, wno is presented asuboul toupply
a match to a cannon, a flltinir renrumiitH.
tion of a women who so bravely defended
Mr. and Mrs. Rico of Rochester, mar
riei on the Utb of liecomber, were anioi g
thu victims of tho i'rntpccl rallruuu
laughter. The wife's remains weia so
burned that they were only recogniied b
the Jewelry tbe wore.
Evantville, Indiana, drug clerks
laugh and grow oboe over pbysiciant
ureicriptioi t of this style: " gulon lur.
pontin, 4 botelt uv Peridavis pane cllliur,
I ounces uv campor, one bote) of garklen
nil. lOcts uv asivity; to be tbaken, and
taken inside or out, it dont make any di.'.
Woaretorry to learn thatBlckham it
goin to trade the Dayton 'Journal fur the
New York 'Herald'. The proprietor of
the 'Herald' stuck awhile, but Bickbara
otfered to throw in bis game rooster, and
that brought Bennett. Bennett Is to bond
wltb the everlasting Stanley that ho ac
cepted the flist good offer. State Jour
nal. After the Hon. Brookt made hit fa
mous attack on McComb we wero threat
ened with a corner In whitewash, but the
government, with that prompt energv
that dittlngui.bes the administration
whenever its friends are cornered or in
danger of a corner, came to tbe the rescue
and threw tuvh quantities of whitewash
upon the market that the sborta wero re-
Barn urn laved two elephants and a
camel no, tw.i camels and an elephant,
from the Ore that burned' hit menagerie
the other night. Baroum it a lucky
.fellow. Be bu only to add a hand-organ
and monkey, member of congress who
did not get any Credit Mobilicr itock, and
an oBce-holdcr in favor of civil-service re
form, to make It one of tbo most remarks
bit tbowt ever exlbltd,
Mis Birth "Winebranner of Wheel
Inr, Watt Virginia, bat rereivod a truber.
'netorial pardon for tbe offenta of arson,
wnlca ite commuted with tut amiable
J. O. Wltua of Metropolis, it in the
This evening Rev. Mr. Thayer will" de
liver hit firtt anniversary ditcoune.
Till I C. train it now chronically be
hind lime. Odd weather, and such
things, it the difficulty.
Commuhion services will bu held in the
Presbyterian shurch this morning at the
usual time of service
Dos't forgt the election on Tuesday
next; and, If you don't forget It, vote to
organize under the general law to lay
aside tbo present charter.
A Nkw sidewalk has been built in front
of Charles Thrupp't residence on Wash-
Ingloti avenue. Workman are now build
ing one on the south slda of Tenth street,
from Walnut In Cedar Mroets.
Albas Bctlxk Is Hopping forafew
dajt at No. 104 Commercial avenue,
where he repairs, cleans and puts In fash
ionable tli upo silk and ether hats. Hit
price ii very moderate.
Arrival t the, St. Charles yosterday :
Thomat Litl'.e, Wilmlngtiou, Illinois; C.
O. Allurd, Paducuh; Capt. J. O. Oram
mer, W. T. McElbany, Qapt. Frank De
Souchet, Evansville, Indiana; L. U. Ful
ler and M. L. Pottle, St. Louis.
Tnr. Sabbath tchool festival of the
Church of tbe Redeemer will bo held at
the church thlt evening. Our nslghbor
of the 'Sun' last evening announced the
exercises for Monday evening. They
take place to-night.
Col. Syket of Memphis, a gentlemen
who is laboring with ereat onergy for the
fUcr.- -rtuo Cairo and Tennessee river
railroad, will be in Cairo in a few days.
He will past through to Hi. Louis, where
be hope to arouse an Interest itt behalf of
TnE "beautiful snow" an outrageously
threadbare expression; but the beautiful
snow, came down last night. We bave
had no snowfall 'to mention) thit season
until thit one, and at it wat a marked suc
cess at a first attempt we aro rather proud
Taxu are flowing into Sheriff Irvin't
coffers in a small stream, but it will grow
in a volume in a few dayt. Tbe sheriff has
been diligent in hit efforts to understand
the law, and will enforce it with vigor
that is to tay, at he understands the ab
Thk Rev. Frod L. Thomson will read
the annual pastoral address In tbe Metb
odist church to-morrow morning at 10
o'clock. After which the Lord's Supper
will bo administered. In tbe evening at
7 o'clock a sermon subject "New Year't
Counsel." Sunday school at 3 p.m.
Tit a grand rafilo of the gold mounted
set of buggy harness, will come off on
Tuesday evening, January 7, at Harry
Walker' t saloon. Those holding chances
will please come forward and pay for the
same before tbe rafilo takea place.
l-3-2t. Joiik Paul.
Springfield, if be can leave hit business.
e goo y tee teat tbe baihful and unto
hIttlMttsI Oberlr It not Impoted upon.
Ue will )obabIy be assisted by Bouton,
the fJnloa county calamity, wie with
Oambriaons Potter, tbe rotuneV abutlve
and (at he says about us) tbe "blaokguaraj''
religionist or tbe Mound City Jodraal k
we presume, determined to watch over
tbe wayward polltlial coute cf our friend
John, Bouton and Putter know a bawk
from a band-taw, and being things of
beauty, are deilthtd. to be two oyt for
A rataow Wo think that it hit name
formerly of thlt dty but now of Grand
Tower, it here or. a ritil to hit old borne.
Desiring to enjoyall the luiurie of Cairo,
he visited a gambling room we retlly
didn't know that such a room could be
found In town and lost $1 17 on Friday
night. He then demanded a return of hit
money and wat requested to go o that
place. Yesterday bu obtained a capias,
and will have the proprietor of the bank
and another party arretted. If that man,
on pleasure bent, bad won 0147 would he
have returnod it to the owner. A squealer
is it mighty mean cuts.
Col. John Wood and the colonel's
friends do, it it said, soriously object to
the few remarks we aiade concerning bit
candidacy for the mayoralty. Are we al
ways to wear a solemn face? on't the
colonel permit ut to laugh occasionally at
hitcxpenso? Really, be must. And then,
you kuow, what we said about our friend
wat strictly Hue. He (loot aspire to tbe
mayoralty, and ho does propose to run at
the Republican candidate. Mow, we are a
iltifdii't ticket man, and notwithstanding
the colonel'i contl.lein. in bit strength,
we I'tvo no doubt tbo "citizen's candidate,''
whoever bo may be, will clean him out of
bouso and home, politically.
M. W. Grand Mast at Buoe8, 1. O. O.
F., conducted public installation ceremo
nies at Murpbytboro or. Friday night
He returned yesterday evening, will
Mcsr.J5tockfleth and Obtrly who accom
panied him. The officers of three lodge
were installed. Tbe court-bouae, in
which lbs ceremony wat performed wat
crowdod with specutori and member! of
the order. Odd-Fellows art numerout in
Murpbytboro, there being two lodges in
that town and one at Ml. Carbon, half a
mile distant. Three hundred it not too
high an estimate. Tbe Grand Mat'.er and
other visiting brethren were mott courte
ously treated by their Muhpkytboro and
Mt. Carbn brethren.
Mr. J. B. McCall of Bricknell, Indl
ana, writes for Till Bullktix, saying:
"I feel considerable interest in your city,
Relieving it to bo one of great promise,
ind I hope toon to bo ono of yourciti
znt." Cairo it growing into favor.
Far-teeing men are coming to ut from,the
North, South, East and Went.
V Attcmtjok, Sir Knioiiti I The
regular conclave of Cairo Commande'y, K
T No. 13, will be held at tbe asylum on
Monday evanlne. January 6, 1873, at 7:30
o'clock tbarp. Sojourning Sir KnighU
ire courteously invitod. By order of the
Em.C. James A. Phillih, Recorder.
Tile father nf an infant child, a boy,
four weeks old, whose mother was buried
on Nnw Year's day, Is desirous of having
the child adopted in a family. The father
t willing to givo up all claim to the infant
now and in the future. The baby, which
i perfectly healthy, mny be seen at Mrt.
Ueoriro Winter t, corner of Twentieth
streeetand Commercial avenuo. 2t
For tale at No 135 Ohio levee :
500 barrels choice large red apples.
200 barrels K. D., meal,
Twenty barrel! Buck wheat flour.
One car of oatt.
Twenty boxen tweet oranges and lem
Butter, eggs, poultry and game. Olve
us a cull. G, M. Alden. It
Chester. Capt. Crane left on tha train
yesterday afternoon for St latntf and e
pecU to gef.to work at the lee la ibt) har
bor. . .V
tm, uity or wetter rrom Keeapbli
brought ttf SOo'kafet of cotton. Me U
no w leading for Xempbto aad will leave
Tbe O. B. Church came to tbe landing
for tome Ohio river tugar, and It It the in
tention of Capt Palteraon to start her up
tbe Ohio river tome time to-day.
The Mary K. Poo It now loading for
Now Orloant and way points, and will
leave at an early day,
Tbe Jamet Howard towing the barge
Albert, came in during the afternoon with
a good up rtretra trip. She remain! here
for the present.
Tho Tyrone, from Nashville, wat looked
for last nibgbt with 100 toot of St. Louil
The Emma C. Elliott while lying at
Duck Point waiting for tho gorge to move
down, wat ttruck by a large cake of Ice,
which forced a large bote in her tide and
forced several torn of ice into her hold.
She wat due last night with several hun
dred bales of cotton for tho east.
It wat reported among river circles yet
terday that tbe sternwheel stoamor R. C.
Gray, wnlch lias been froze up in tbe ice
'at Rosa Clara for tome time, bad been cut
down by tbe Ice, and had capsized. No
particulars could be ootalnnd and it it not
known to be a positive fact.
I'll I L. iiOWAHD.
City NUtsu:aaak BeUIeUaw.
MHicial tuouoa pai.l teoMara Irutu aiaau
mat althl or !
The tobacco tale at tbe Planters' ware
house, advertised for yosterday; did not
take place. It wat postponed on account
of the impossibility of completing the pre
paratlonsof it in lime, and will take place
next Thursday. Messrs. Heinklo and
Straughn, when they get under way, will
push tbe business with energy, and tben
hope to receive the encouragement and
support cf tbe people of the city.
It it laid that Col. John Wood it about
to resign his position as commissioner ol
the Anna Insane asylum and the Car
bindale Normal tchool buildings. When
John Wood resigns an office paying tlx
dollari a day, be hat tome potent reason
for it. In the language of Sir Boyle
Rjcbe; "Itmolla rat. Metbinkt I tee
bim floating in tbe air. But I'll nip him
in the bud," What can it be? A Job?
Heaven forbid I
Wb find the following accoint of a ltd
double bereavement in tho Evantville
Journal:' "Mr. Benrr Davit
who arrived in thit city yester
day morning to attend tbe funer
al of bit brtthor,tho late Joseph Davis, who
wai accidentally killed at Cairo, received,
on hit arrival, a dispatch bidding him
hasten home, and informing him that bit
ton Frank, a lad of tixteen years, bad been
killed. Tbe manner of receiving tbe dis
patch wat peculiarly painful. Mr. Davit,
on arriving in the city, went to tha ttore
of Mettn. Parsons. Scoville to tee Mr.
Partoni, the late brother'! partner, and on
introducing himself wat banded tbe dis
patch, which bad arrived in advance of bim.
Mr. Davit it a conductor on tbe Cleve
land, Col um but and Chicago railroad, and
on leaving home placed bittrain in charge
of a tubstitute, and put bit ton on the
train at brakesman, from which circum
stances he conoludod that tha poor boy harl
come to his death by tome accident to fail
Our Home AdveiieM.
It hereby given that dttfcuR fiar.sr been
made ror more than alxty dayt In-le pay.
went of a portion c &
amount tecurcd to be paid by a
certain mortgage executed by Vrsik Man
camp to Samuel StaaU Taylor aMEuwdi
Parsons, trustees of Hie Cairo Ciiy I'taerty,
dated March 10, 1804, and recorded In the
recorder ! office, In and lor Alrai'dcr
county, in the ttate ol llllnoit, In hoik ' of
tleedt. on page I7. etc, wc,.the ttnler
ilgncil, aatd trustees, will on Krldiy, the
o'clock in the forenoon of tliat 'iy.unlor
, , , iUncr oi aaio romait'ii
ntald mortgage. a at public auction 1 1 tc
J , Mt 1 1 vu-ii, uiii'eoince lulling'
of salU trustees, corner of Washington nw
ue ciiimccniu eirrri, in me ell,' r
Cairo, In Alexander county nnd atntc of J Itt
noli, all the right, title and Intercut ofwli
Frank iltncamp, or lilt algna. In mil t
lot numbered 8 (three.) In block mimbirct.
40 (forty,) In auld city ol Cairo, nrconllur t
the remrilitft htnf tliAvr
-,Hllv1ll ,,,i i.iu niiiiutt'.
nnncea, Jo aatlsfy the purposes and coill.
I nil nfafnlal HtAt4iM..
wh va naaia sssi
iw.?irV',fe,?,no Cnlro c")' Property.
lMldU11 ' ' lieeem" r 30 19'--
Kucpyour doors and gales shut with
the Dudly tprlng from Ualloy'i.
Fragrant Soz idomt. Hardens tnd in
vigorate tbe eumi, Duriflet and terluiu'
the breath, cleanses, beautifies and pre
serves the teeth from youth to old ago
Sold bv all drugel'ts. 12-'9-l wiIaw.
On a rcconttrlp through tbe interior of
tbo Western States wo were surprised to
find tbe great demand there it for Parker't
Compound Fluid Extract Buchu, At
placet remote from railroad or river It it
found to meet witb a ready tale. Tbe
amount of kidney disease! in a farming
community it great, and tba faroiert have
BURGLARY AT VIENNA, ILLI
Tbe store of C. O. Curbett, at Vienna,
Illinois, wai lurglarized on Prklay night
of about $400 w. rth of clothing and
notions. Tbo robbtrt got under tbe build
ing and cut their way through tbe floor
into tbe ttore. It it not known woo they
were, but from tbe fact that a hone wat
stolen near tbe town on tbe tame night, it
ii supposed they were itraogort. Two
halt w?re found not far from Vienna, on
the road leading to Metropolis, and if they
were not placed there by tbe thieves them
selves for tbe purpone of misleading tha
officers, then it it evident thtt they took
that direction. A lare-n number of citi
zens are on tbo bunt, and ere (Lit tbey
may have been captured.
Steamer Olatgow, New Orleant
" Illinois, I'olumbui
" City of Chester, Memphis
" Bismarck, New Orleans
' Jamet Howard, ' "
Steamer Illinois, Columbus
CONDITION or TBE RIVERS.
Here tbe Ohio was abou: ttationary yes
terday, with a tendency to rise at dark,
there was several conflicting reporti re
ceived here yesterday aboil the Ice gorge
at Cumberland island, but the most reliabe
dispatch wai received during the after
noon from Paducah, saying that no ice
was puling there, and the gorge at Cum
berland island wat not brokon, however,
it may let go at any hour, at there is a big
liver coming down which will make
things lively among the several ice gorget
above here, and It It hoped it will reach
herein a badly broken up and scattered
condition' The breaking of Ire gorge at
Randolph wat done In a lingular manner.
It began breaking away at tho head of tbe
gorge and continued doing io until It wts
entirely gone. In tbe year I860 the ice
gorged at Port Pillow, notwithstanding
several powerful boats were below butting
it as fait ai it came down. No ice patting
out of tbo Miultiippi.
Special dispatches to The Bulletin re
port the condition of the Misiiiiippi and
Ohio riven at varlout placet.
BUIlHEIt AND WEATHER.
Business at tbo landings yesterday wat
very good, and a large amount of freight
Tbe Glatgow arrived from New Orleant
with a medium trip for St. Louis, aud hat
gone to the bank to wait order from there
by wbat route to tend hir freight. She
may possibly be orderod to Belmont. Her
guard and boiler deck guard tbowt tlgm
of having been in the Icetmtih at Mem
phis. She it having her damage repaired.
The model barge Yellowstone, brought
here by tbe Susie Silver, Is now laying
across the ttone wall below the I. C. 8. R.
wharfbuat. At her bead there it no we-
O OR X 8 7 3
WITH RETAIL PRICED DESCRIP
TIVE CATALOGUE OP SEEDS.
Now ready, and will be mailed Free to all
Wholesale Prices of all klndt of Secdi
furnished to Dealers.
Addreai, PLANT SEED CO.,
1-1-lmw. 8t Louts, Mo,
CAIRO CITY COAL
I prepared to sorely custesoai tth th
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
ORDERS left at Haul day Bros, office, 7
OHIO levee, or at the Coal Yard below the
St Charlet Hotel, will receive prompt atten
tion. Tha Tim "If OKTAtTK" will hnnir eoa
alonfidrt" tamera at anv hour.
OA UIO AND PADUCAH
Toe aplaadid ataamar
Dick Fowler, Cattaln
Leavei Cairo DALLY, (Sunday excepted), ai
t p.m. For freight oroaauMe apply on boan.
or to Jai . Kallory. Aic't
Jan tf a
Chartered Mssreti El, lut,
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. B. 8 AFFORD. President ;
8. 8. TAYLOR. Vice-President;
11. HYSLOP, Secretary and Treaaurer
P. at. BaeoLAf ,
P. II. Drocaixara.
R. B. Cevaiaasua,
J. at. Pamirs.
Pact. O. BcacM,
U. r. HA1UDAT,
, , , , NOTICE
made for more than Mxty dayt In the m".
i, t,.i,i i7v V i ' ",u ""'"unt iccure l to
lS n ! ,n,'r,.2'ere cxcciitec by
i iii v.tmn ,ohanPl 8taU Tuvlor incl
. .uu.v, ..u jo,-, n, itnn, anil recon'i I
nary uext, A.D, IHI.i, ut ul "" loelh, n ,1
lorenooii of tint day, under n, ,r .ir. ...
the power of Klecoiitalned In tain wonm iK,..
ecll at public atctlon, to Iho highest Wjlur
Tor cash, at theoftlce hiilldliig ol Mid tu,l
tcct. corner of Washington avenue a'u
El htcenth street, in the city or Cairo, In
Alexander comity ami tntc ir Illinois, all
the right title and iiiterct cf auiil .lolni p.
Taggurt, or hU ulgiK, In nnii to lots tuan.
I. nr... I I l r t,i ..(.... i, i l ft,.,,.,,. HI I.
oiie,) 21 (uvciity-ltvo,) (ttvi'iitv-thrro.l.nid
it (tven:y-rour,) In bloek W (lliiy-clgli,) in
thu Kii-itAililltloutolbo city or Cain, ac
cording to the recorded plat thereof, ulih
the appurtcnaiicci'. to Kntiefy the plirl)es
and couiltlou or inld mortgngc.
Trustees of the t 'atrocity PropcrV.
Dated Cairo, Illinois. December .10, lbl.
Is hereby dven that ilcfiuill hnvlnL' Immi
made for morMliau ilxiydaya In tlicjiv
mcnt ol a por.lon of the amount i-cciiruiito
ue punt nt a certain mort.mc cxecutnll.
Joteph McKenz'e to Samuel .StiiuM Tu)lor
and Edwin Pan-ons. truteei ir the (i,lr
City Property, dated September 13, ISOS.etid
recorded In the reconlcr'a office, in and for
Alexander l ounty In tho state of Illinois, Ir
book P of deed-, on page 110, etc., wo. th
undersigned said trurteex, will on Friday
tbe 'J I th day or January next, A. I). IT3, a'
lU o'clock lu the forenoon of that day, tindel
und by tlrtue of the power or aic containec
in tain inonjrairc,ecii atpuiillit auction to tht
highest bidder, ror cash, at thu office build
ln or said trustees, corner or WashiiiKtot
avenue and Eighteenth ttreet, In the city o
Cairo. In Alexander count and state of lilt
nol. all tbe rluht. title and Interest or ibIa
Joseph McKenzie or his assigns, In and to lots
numbered l. (flftcen,) 10 (sixteen,) and 17
(seventeen.) in block numbered 2 (.wo,) In
the Fourth addition to the said city of Cairo,
according to the recorded iilat thereof, will
tbe appurtenances, to satisfy the purpov
and condition or said mortgage
Trustees of the Cairo City Propertv.
Dated Cairo, Illinois, December .'Io, laf'i
' UalaB'il nH aH BalnHi
r JHI KelSaVH HM tealBBBBBinnnnwEl
II ... ...
onail ReMlTasIf reac
IMTK.HE3T paid oa deaoilts at the rate ol an
peroant. paranauro, March lit aad Baplem
tr let, lotaraet not iwlUidrawo ta Added idium
liately to Ite principal of Ibe deposit, tbereb
4'tIbk Ihatn compound interaat
KARRI Ell WOtf EE AJID CHILURB1S MAT
' DEfOaiT MOEET
ao tbat iio oaa aLaa oa aaaw IT.
Opao every builaata day rrom V a.m. to S p.m.,
in HatoMat evaaiBi lor 8AVIN0 OKPOHI'IV
aly, frame tn
. a o'clock.
w. HTHliOr. Traaaurai.
THE CITY NATIONAL
W. P. H ALL! DAT, Presidta j
HENHT L. HALUDAT, Viee-Pretlttat
A. U. HAPPOKO, OMbUy
WALTER HtBLOP,-Assistant Oaahier,
Btitts Tavias, Roiaat H. Ocaaiaaasa
Hisar I. UautMi, W. p, tlALLiaar,
Oao. U. WtuiAMtoa, Btsrasa Bias
A. B. Barsvas.
aofcango, Otm naval
IPoatTB reeelved, aad a ceaeral baaklai
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
DANIEL- aVMD, Preeldenti
BOIIKRT ic,-tl ite'PreiUial
Ii hereby given that default having lecn
made for moro than sixty days In the pay
ment of a portion or the amount secure:! to
be paid by a certain mortgage execute;! bv
Ervin Maxwell to Samuel Staata Taylo ami
Edwin Parsons, tr.istees of the Cain City
Property, dated September 10, ISC!, and
recorded In the recorder's office. In tud for
Alexander county, in the state nf Illbols, In
book K, of deeds, on page 310, etc, we, the
undersigned said trustees, will, cc Friday,
the J4th day ol January next, A. I)., 1873, at
10 o'clock In tbe forenoon or tbatday, under
and b v vlrtuu or the power or sale containec
In said mortgage, sell, at public auction, to
the highest bidder, for cash, at the office
building or said Trustees, corner or Wash
ington avenue and Eighteenth street, In the
City nf Cairo, in Aluiranilprrn.inti- nn.l slslt.
of Illinois, all the right, title and Inte'ett or
said brviu .Maxwell or lilt aligns, In und to
lot numbered 8 (Three), In block numbered
4a (forty-eight), in the first addition to said
city of Olro, according to tbo recorded plat
thereof, with the appurtenance': to satisfy
the purpose and condition of said Mortvairc.
S. STAATS TAYLOR.
Trustees or tho Cairo City Property.
Dated, Cairo, Ills., December .'JO, IsTi.
It hereby given that default having been
made for more than sixty days in thu pay
ment of a portion of tho amount secured to
be paid by a certain mortgage executed by
Warren 0. Dunning to Samuel Stiata Tavlor
and Edwin Parsons, trustees or the Cairo
City Property, dated November 14th. 1WH.
and recorded!!! the recor'ei'a office. In and
tor Alexander emintv. In thn stntenf I11lw,u
In Book K, ordee is, on page 388, etc., We,
me unucrsiipicu aniu irusiees, will on r ri-
day, tho 24th day or January next, A. D.,
1873, at 10 o'clock In the lorenoon of that
day, under and by virtue or the power ol
-ale contained In said mortgage, tell, at pub-
ll kiiMlnn ...h. I.I..I.... 220.127.116.11 A. '
,,w ....v..".., iu ,i,c nig, giv uiuucr, iur CUSII,
at the office building of said trustees, corner
ol Washington avenue and Eighteenth street,
In tne city or Cairo, in Alexander county
and state of Illinois, all the right, title aud
Intercstof said Wurrcn 0. Dunning or bis as
signs, in and to lots numbered 31 (thlrly-onc),
and 32 (thirty-two), In block numbered 73
jseventv-three,) In said city or Cairo, accord
Ing to the recorded plat thereof, with the
uppurtenajces. to satisfy the purposes and
condition or said mortgage.
KSTAA IS TAYLOR,
EDWIN I a,KSINH,
Trustees of the Cairo City Property,
Dated, Cairo, Ills., December 30, 1872.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL i
2sTO. 74 OHIO LOxTT'.EJjr
Retail and Prescription.
Corner Washington Ate
and Eighth street.
Or chamois and rabbit skin,
for Weak limit.
At UARCLAT BK03.
FOR SORE THROAT,
Prepared and told
Hr HARCLAY 1IROS
HORSE AND -
I! And DlslafcctanU lorSUbl
At BARCLAY BROS.
" YOUNti AMERICA,'
Aud Universal Btandard."
At BARCLAY BROS.
StlAt'Js AMIS l.mill Ht,
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Also, lirap cODStaotly oa hand a most com
plate stork of
tOC-TCH AND IBIIR WnilKIM
Port, Maderla, Sherry and Catauba "Wines
D JMYTII a CO. srlTeicluslrely for cash, to
fX. which fact they Invite tbe especial attea,
iod f clot tstrrain blljsrs.
F. M. 8TO0KFLETH,
ccctwoa reaii asTocarLita
Rcetlsr and Wholesale Desile I
Forelsrnaail Dona rati
WINES AND LIQUORS
No. 02 Ohio Levee,
HKksspton haail coattantly a full slcrkc
Old Kenttiekr Ilourboo, Hi and MooobIs
irla Whiskies, frenoh Brand!, Ilol aud Og
lSlntl nlfnm. Wln lSn
It hereby given that default having been
made ror more than sixty days In the pay
nientof a portion ol tho amount secured to
be paid by a certain mortgage executed by
Joseph Mc icnxle to Samuel fltaats Tuvlor
and Edwin Parsons, trustees of tho Cairo
City Property, dated March 10th, I WIS, und
rccordedln the recorder's office. In und for
Alexander county, In Iho stato of Illinois, In
book P, ofdecc's. on page US, etc.. w, the
undersigned sisd trustees, will, on Krlduy,
tlie'ilth dny of January, next, A. I)., 1873.
at 10 o'clock In Uie forenoon of that day, un
der and by virtut of the power or snlo con
tained lu said imrtgage, sell, at public auc
tion, to the hlghiot bidder, for cash, at the
office bulldliu,' si saiu trustees, comer of
Washington uveme aud Eighteenth street,
in the city or Cu'ro, In Alexander county
uud stato or IlllnoK nil the right, title mil
Interest or said Jweph McKenzie or his as
slunt, (n and to loti numhcrid ,Ti (tinny
two), 3.1 (thlrty-tlircel, und 34 (till ty-fuiiri,
lu block numlicrud 2 (two), In tho fourth ad
dition to said ell; ol Culm, ucccrding Io the
recorded plat thrreol, with tJ appurtenan
ces to satisfy tho purposes ud condition nl
8. STAATS TAYLOR,
Trustees of the Cairo City Propertv.
Dated. Cairo, Ills, December 30, 18i!!. "
The tax books lor the current year hiv
ing been placed In my hands, I would rc
pcctfully call the attention or tax-payers to
section IDS, or IIh) laws of 1872, which pro
vides that where parties own (personal prop
erty as wcllju real estate, the jicrsonal prop
erty must flist be destralncd before tho real
estate run to tld. I MIALL TIIEKEOIIE,
aflcr tho FIRST DAY OK PKIIUUAKY
NEXT, cmuicnco to deitruln for such taxes
in conformity with said section. Tux-paver
by paying due regard to this notice will
save both trouble and cost, at tbe law upou
Uie subject Is Imperative, The books uro
open ut ray office. Office hours from 0
o'clock a. in. toft o'clock p. m
ALEX. 11, IKYIN, Collector,
Cairo. De-. 31,1872 diw.
Etabllshed, November 18, 1872
On the corner of 12th street and Washington
avenue, opposite Bulletin office.
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1872
Tuition Irom t'i to 120 per term.
IN CLASSES OP I TO 4 EACTI.
No pains will be spared to make It
to all concerned.
N. V. CURTIUF, Director.
Teacher or Vocal, Oifcan and Piano Music.
J. M. RODENBAUOH,
Teacher of Wlcd and String Instruments
(See circular.) 11-11 t(
NO. 101 COUMKUCIAL AVEMUE,
French, Scotch and American cassimeret
ol all colors, and bcuvcr and broad cloths
CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
And made up In the
And at the lowest price, A flue tit and lira
class work guaranteed. Sailslactlon in ov.
ry re spect warranted.
aSTBW EKTEEPEISK I
.1. K. LUFKIN,
WhllMil Msad Befall lree,
Has on hand at all timet Veretahlei, Fruit e
Hotter aiulKfat, La1-
Honey, Tropical Fnntta, Krc, lie
7A)I goodt Warranted Fresh, and told
at small Protlt.
N. B. Parrel delivered to any part of the
city to Customer!.
WEST BIDE COMMBBCIAL ATE., BETWEEN
17th AMI 18th BTBEETI.
CAM. ILLI t r.
aaocEEiEa nrrAiLEO at wvolbaalb
rnicsa fob cabe.
AT IL C. THIKLXUKB'S 8TOBK
WAIBIVOTOK ATEEOE. BITWBBV TUTS
AUD ELEVEMTH BTBESm.
Si Dt. dbt Cuba Bug for 8 0
91 ' ' ' I 00
6 lbs. A coffee Sugar, 2f . Y. Std. I 00
I " Prime Rio Coffee for - - 1 00
i " Choice " 1 00
3 Old OoTernment Java - I 00
Teat and other tuple and fancy Orooe-
ries equally at cheap.
Qoodt new and full weight given. Call
And Daalsr Io
VEOETABLE9. FRUTTg! BOOB, LAKU
FRESH BUTTER, ETC.
tar All Ooodt warranted freak, and told
the lowett prtoet. .
Corner Dth St. aodCommtrcltlAve.
11. M, BULKM,
GROCER and CONFECTION
And Dealer in Foreign FruiU ANaU,
No. 134 Commorcial-avo,,
FOR LADIES, MEN AND CIUI J)REN,
Eiohtii St., Bt, Com. 4 Wabii.,
Hat Just opened a new and ityllih estab
lishment, fully up to tbe timet, and Invltet
old customers and new, ladles, children and
ail, to favor him with their putroutgo.
63TAII work dnue In tbe Latest Sty'
H. M. I1ULKX,
MERCHANDISE B ROKEU
in,i.ff,.w',w, i ri 1 ' I. 1 J '
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LABQBIT TABIETT ITOCE IX TBE OITT
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSI.
Corner or Mlsseteeank tlrttiaaa Caen
G.iOItaB D. WILLIAMSON,
AMD DEALER IH
Open day and night tor the accomodation
XTO. 76 OHIO LXVXX
wrw rrvijrfrv art i tkrvr
ilMfl T MAW a - - - - - tf -m
OETWEEK WASH'W ATBMDE AMD WAIWUT
lr. B. F, ritlda larorsat tot aublle thai be bat
on the northwest tide of Taetb etreel at Baaie
His BUbltt will be fanslmid wttk aeae bat the