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WindoulfiMt, velocity 6 miles per
f<im&et cloudy. '
MMlmm temperature, last 21 hours,
JtMnium t(imperttiro, . last S hours,
Pferfclllng wind, south.
ToUl teloclly of wind, last 24 hours, S
., Thouas L. Wat-how, Observer,
GRAND MASQUERADE BALL.
Tho German! dancing association will
giro a grand inasquerado ball at Wattling
Ion hall, on the night of tho 29th Inst., to
which the ptlbllo U invited. Tho inn nog
era of tbo association understand hoW to
matto tho occasion a pleasant ono'for all
who may with to ntlcnil, and a good llmo
for all Is iniurcd, 1-H-lw.
hoticr. To hoarding-houso knupnra
Tlil it to caution nil boarding-homo
kocpers not to trust ono (1. W. Snwlrn,
formerly of this city, hut Into of Mis
souri, for his board hlllt, ns t it in con
vincsd ho does not pay thuni nnd it a dend
heat eruierally. ,Tno. D. IIoi.mk.
Cairo, January I I, IPT.'l.
1). T. Lit) soar hatgono loSpHngflold'
SaMtm. llM of Vienna, it In town on
a bottnmi trip.
3 so. Lxi, Jn , superintendent of tho 0.
mod V. railroad Is at tho St. Charles hotel.
Saitx oyttert jutl from tho bays nt
Loult llebcrt't. lw
Wk publlsito-day Oov. Palmer's me;
eago. A scarcity of printors provonttut
Tilt 'Sun' has discarded lt "patent In
ildo" and looks all tho bettor for It. Wo
congratuMo our neighbor.
Coai. shovels, ton gt and bucket, and
anything oltoyou want at UaUey'i.
12-10.1 m .
Call and eo tho ''Bollii Trobla" piano
at tho Conservatory St. Loult manufac
ture. It it beautiful.
8t K. P. Ccrtick, Agent.
Frank I. Uiiavmam of Carbondalo, Is
A large numbor of cnttlo nnd hogt are
in our ttock yard), intended for thipmont
In the abtenco of City Altornoy Pope,
II. Walton Webb protcecutct In tlio polico
Cow roR Sai.k Part durhatn, good
milker four yori old. For particular!
enquire at Tnr Bullktix office tf
Thomas South has moved hit mddlo I
(hop up town, on Commercial avenue, bo
tweon Seventeenth and Eighteenth streets,
Rkmkmiikk llio parlpr ronrcrt nml par-
lull soctahlo nt tho residence nf .Mr. Charles
Oallghcr tO'tilght. Tho parlor concerts.
under tho matingninent of tho Indie vl the
Church of the Redeemer, nnd now In the
third yonr slnco their Introduction, nro
among tho most ngrocnhlo social gather
Ings ovor provided for tho ainscment and
plcattiro of our people The ono nt tlio
rcsldoncoof MrsGallgher promises to bo
ono of tho'ttnott cntortutning of this win
J. . DurKiN it doing a first-rato busi
ness at hit family grocery up town. Ho
knowi how to run a family grocery storo.
Dr. D. Hultz was yostorday fined $10
and tho costs, for neglecting to report
small-pox catea to tho propor nuthoritics,
as required by ordinance.
Wawtkd Copying a lady offers her
services at a copyist. Addrott box 617
post-office. 1 1-14 2t
Thi proccedingi of the council meeting
held on Friday night ure cowded out of
this morning's. issue of tho Hui.i.rriK, tut
will appear in to-morrow's paper.
Tub funeral of Louis Nasstino was tino
of tbo largest wo over wllnott od in Cairo,
All tho Are companion in tho city in uni
form, nnd many porsons in citizen' drcts
were in tbo funeral procession.
The ice ran out of tho Ohio river in
largo quantities yosterday, endangering
the steamboats lying at tho whnrl. Tho
Indiana and Forsyth crossed over to tho
Kentucky sido and tied up to tho bank to
Wl W. Boatrioiit nnd William Drown
of Sullivan, Indiana, aro registered nt tho
St. Charles. With their names they wroto
tho following banter, InXnrotihg to sport
ing mon : "Wo havo n raco horso that can
beat any body'a horso fur $l,oo6.''
At tbo St. Charles aro U. S. llotvelf,
Jinx. Bracht, Copt. Dan Maraltn, nnd
Wm. S Inn oo, Cincinnati ; Clint. Bender,
W. T. Kennedy, D. P. Austin, and M. K.
Fleming, St. Loult; A. B. Csrico, Tcxat;
J. JI. Dudley, Chicago; Jus. Pnow, Ind.;
Wm. Harrison, Mo.; W. Martin, Decatur;
Jos. Harris, Mt. Vornon, Ind.; and J.
Dally, Lincoln, Ills.
Information Wanted, Information
ii wanted at t tho whereabouts of Mr.
Kichard Burns. Mr. Burns has been,
and may still bo, n resident of Cairo. Wat,
wben lust heard from by tho enquirer, a
gentleman of St. Louis, engaged in dray
log In Cairo.
Information may be left at tho office of
The Bulletin. l-3t.
ToStkamboatmbk, and all others In
terested. Wo desire to say tho Cairo Bul
letin, containing Iho associated press dis
patches, tho condition of tlio rivers nt all
points, weather, markots, etc., etc., twolvo
hours ahead of St. Louis papers, may be
obtainod cvory morning at John A.n
trim'b new stand', on Ohio Levee, bet
woon Sixth and Eighth streets. Ptico flvo
conts per copy.
The wife or Thomas Wnldor apienrcil
In court yesterday morning, and swore
out a warrnt against J mm Sullivan and
John. Sullivan for committing an assault
on Thomas Walder on Sunday night,
The cbargo wat brought for an uitnult
with intent to commit murder. The
partite gave $300 bond each for their up.
pearanco on Monday noxt. Tho case Is
continued to that day, Walder not being
able to appear lu court yesterday un ue
count of Juries received in the melee.
Resolution on thu deatu of Mr.
Loult Natsano by the Bough and, Beady
Wmerkab, It has pleated an allwiio
providonce to suddenly remove from our
" snldtt, our brollior mombor, tho late Louis
I Natsano, be it
Uesolvcd, That the company realise its
Joys, and that wo shall ovor romember lilm
with, true affection.
Keaolvtd, That the widow and children
U&tatMtA have our sincere and heart felt
tympatby In their deep affliction.
Baiolrad. That a conv or 'lh
t UftR bsffurnlshed by the tecretary to the
I faaally of our late fellow member, andthut
f they bt jmbllthed in the papers of the city
' Maw Scauu, Secretary.
Mrs. I)b. S. F: (J laud, on Klghlh Ktrect
near Bristol & StiltwollV, has n complcto
library of homeopathic mcdic.il books nnd
Instruments, nnd tho fullest nssortmcnt of
hohicnpflthla rnmcdies ever brought to
Cniro, nil of which shn oll'urs for salo at
prices much below the original cost.
Proscriptions Illicit nt nny timo nt tho
most rcasonahlo rates. 1-12-lm
Ordinanuc seven, section nineteen,
which innkos It obligatory upon pnrtics
who own or drivo dru.s, wagons, or othor
venlclcs for biro, to placo tlio number of
their Ilcnnso on their vehicle", socms to bo
altogether disregarded In Cairo, not ono
dray In ten complying with It. Pnrhaps
if parties wore awnro that to omit to com-
ply with tho above ordinance they aro lis
bjn in tho sum of thrco dollars per day,
thoy would nt onco see to It and havo tho
propor numbers placed .on vehicles.
FaMIIQNAUI.K DltKMS-MAKINO. Tho
ttnilorsigncd begs leave to inform tlio
citizens of Cairo that she lias taken tlio
rooms two doors eait of Bristol t Sill
well's grocery ttoro on Eighth ttrcet, nnd
mentis to carry on tho businens in all its
branches. Work will bo done at reason
able rates, and a tdinro of pntronngo is so
licited. Mns. S. F. Glass".
Mrs. Anna Lano, Eighth street bo
ween Comrooiclal and Washington avo
nucs, has ust roceived n large nnd varied
stock of fall goods, and desires to call pnr
tlcular attention to her hnndromo assort
ment of ladies' nnd children's underwear,
something now in this market. Her
woolen drawers niidloggint combined aro
also something now and tho most comfort
ablo thing for children in cold wentlior
vor devUud. Mrs. Lang nleo has n well
selected assortment of lints, bonnets, rib
bons, flowers, nnd notions of nil torts, nil
of which will bo sold its cheap n can bo
found elsewhere in this imirkot.
1 0-0-1 m
CAlWDAlLt' Wtij'ETliS. TUESDAY, JANUARY 14, 1873.
Under tho head of " Why So,"
'Sun'ol lnt oveningtays:
Why should tho Bullktin, in giving
an account of tho municipal melee, on
Friday night, single out Alderman Cun
ningham, and impugn bis motions bucnuso
ho did not vote as tho ri'mnind,or of tho
incmbort, or if you ploase, becauolin sup
ported thu position talcon by Mayor Lans
den. Bead thu following:
"The nppeal wan unstained by a solid voto
of tho council, with the exception of Jlr.
CtinniiiKham, the only member of thu coun
cil who has a contract Willi the city, who
voted to Hiistain thu inuyor'H opinion that
tho charter prohibits mch contractu and tho
reception of money Uy n lucmlicr ot the
council for any urtlcle Hold to, the city.''
Now Iflhls fnsn't cutting a pretty thick
slice, wo don'a know why. Wo rrnllv
know but litllu about this controversy, hut
us wu underttnnd'ono of tho members ol
tho board will take prompt action in tho
promises, wo suppose wo shall soon know
all about it.
In tlio language of ttho 'Sun,1 "why
Tho 'Sun' puts it ratnor strong. Tho
Bulletin did not "singlu out" Alderman
Cunningham, nor impugn his iriotivui.
Alderman Cunningham lias a contract
witli the city, nnd ho did voto to sustain
thu mayor's opinion, as tho Bulletin ro
portod. The corn mill of Messrs. Oreon &
Wood, on Ohio Icveo between Eighteenth
nnd Twentieth stroetn, ii completed and
commencod operations yesterday, working
admirably. Tho mill hat facilities for
grinding, bolting and preparing for ship
ment 100 barrelt of meal ovory twenty
Tho itructuro it or brick and thrco sto
ries in height, having two run of burrs
and all tho lutost Improvements for clean.
Ing and drying tho corn, for bolting, cool
ing and packing tho meal. In the base,
moat story is a thlrty-ttvo horse-power
ouglno, .built by Bcod ic Mann of thin
city. Thoro is alto other mnchl'nery:for
running the different departments of tho
mill. On tho outside it a
largo boiler with . 11 v o 11-inch
iluu through which .thu mill U
snpplled with abundancu of steam. The
proprietors aro confident that thu mill
will provo a tucccss, nnd it it hoped, will
remunerate them Tor their liberal outlay.
Thu mill it a credit to Cairo. Wo need
moro of tbo sumo kind to supply tho do
uinnd Tor thu lineal market. Tho whole
coil of this itructuro is $10,000. Mr. J. O.
Loomls of St. Louis, thu whoolwrlg'htj
superintended the putting toguthor of tho
machinery and apparatus.
Elder J. It. Frame It conducting n
tories of meetings at tho Christian church
in thlt city, attended by atter.iivo and
appreciative audlencct. He announces
his thorns for each sermon. The thomu
Sunday evening was, "Tho Great Salva
Hon." He spoko of the stunondoti. cm,.
de.ceniiou.'ttiid work ot Christ in coming
from Heavcu to redeem our .lost world.
He propounded the momentous nucjtl.m
of Paul: "JJow shall wo cioum ir
neglect b great a talvation7" It is not
merely to despiio It, but all that a man
hat to do to be lost Is to neglect It. Thou-
tands aro so absorbed in tho evanescent
pleasures nnd objects of the prciont Bfo,
as 10 ncgioct tho salvation of their pro
clous souls. Tho question ii similar to.tb
ono propounded by Christ t " What shall
it profit a man If ho should gain tho wbol
world with nil its gold, gems and nlckol
and looso hi own soul ? " Were ho
tho possessor of all, life Would bn a' failtiro
and man bankrupt in tho fuluro if lie nog
loot llio.work of Christ. A bolt Lawronco
the millionnra of Boston, wit's so impressed
with tho lolomij nnd momentous words,
that ho look them down in hit noto-book.
Kldor Framo'a suhject for Tuesday nigh
win ue, "JMingtbo will of God." Go
nnd hour him. Services Will eomiiionco nt
precisely linlf.pasi 7 o'clock, p. in. Also
preaching ovory ovonlhg durlnir tho week,
Hiioject Wednesday ovening, "Prayer
All aro wolcomo wats froo.
illK JjKOTUIIK Laht Nioiit. Tlio
Presbyterian church last nicht wai filled
with n highly npprecintivonnd inlelliuent
nilJIoncf, to llitcii to tho lecturn of Buv.
II. B. Thayer, entitled "Sulf-inade, or tho
Koynl Uighwny." Bafuro tho lecture.
Mrs. Lnnsdeii. Messrs. Morris, Sclilossini!or
una others, doligbted tho audience Willi
Borne excellent made.
Tho lecturo of tho revorend gontloninn
in no wiio disappointed his llstonora. It
Is it well. studied nnd romnrkiibly woll-
wrltten clVort; it shows great research,
much learning ami a largo amount of
who wish to
cumn up irolii
to tho young
travel " Tho
the ranks of
tlio people by their own genius, industry
nnd will, and paid an eloquent tribute to
Horace Greely, tho most conspiciout ox.
itmplo of n sell-mudo man this or nuy othor
country bus ever produced. It is no flat
tory to .Mr. Tlmycr to say that hit lecture,
in matter nnd style, compared favorably
with nny wo havo heard from the profes
sional lecturers. Tho lyceums nnd associa
tions of tlio southern and central portions
of the state, who havo secured its delivery
nave in storo a lltorary treat.
I'll Hi. HOWARD,
Vity Nn(lonni:ilniik HolMlnK.
iJJrecial ullenliou pant to order trnm uram
Ikihh nlcht or.liir
MAI I. IIOAT.
The tplenrflit HoMner
Dick Fowler, Captain
caves Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted), at
p.m. 1' or freight oruatwairo unnlv on huan.
!".", ilAS. malloiiv, Ag t.
NTwvtM. tihwAkk, rr,
MlOIIAKfj COYNE, Proprleior.
(OI.1l POST OFFICE STAND.) ,
Corner Sixth street and Commercial Ave.
The host brands nt Clgam, choice Wlns,
j.iijuorx, eic, always on linnil,
137'Opcii day and night. jr$
SALOON ANi; IIBADINO-'.'IIOOMS
l'j.MlAli"ll. 1 1 t .....I
v".. ui ,in e iiii.i u'lVTlll'a III fw.tr
Commercial av. '
PARKER' & MONTAGUE
,HrTlio best brands of Cigars, eholct
Which, l.liiion,etu., alway on hand it
JOHN UATKN, PrwurlMur.
I iVrnmercial Atenuc, CAIRO, It.LtNOIH
Hwibraniiorcallro Uciaaralu ravelsvJ,
llllil.lAltl) saloon flirnlnlied Willi tlm
oftnhles : and bar supplied with WllicN, llquou
and clirarHorthi'iiei-t lirumU.
(Open Day and Night.)
J. E. PARKS, Proprietor,
Ohio Lcvec, bet, 4l!i and Gth streets,
MEALS AT ALL 1IOUB3,
A line new Dlnlmr Hull wlih v
etlieilCC IlllH lieeil mlileil tn llilu twmillar
UcDtuiirant, nnd the guests will tliiu every
rcquitito lor thclraccomodation.
TUB BILL OK FAltK
consist)) or every substantial and delicacy ot
is supplied with tho
CHOICEST LIQUORS.WINES & CIGARS
tSTMIxcd lrinks prepared with care.
EVERY IIOUS 13KUEPER
' Who wiuiIm n llnppy t'nmlly,
EVERY HOTEL KEEPER
Who nlHii) h naiilN it Fall Honor,
Every Stove Dealer
WIlO .tlPIIIIN lIllKlUCkl,,
EVERY mn, WOMAN OR CHILD
Who desires Health by Oood Living,
PIIOULD IICY okf. of
"v ' ea x i sisssssssr
ASK YOUB TINNKB FOB TIIF.M,
If hu does not Iniie an assortment,
E.(;r.l.S!0I, MANUFACTURING CO.
SAINT LOUIS, MO.
Wholcalo dealers lu all Mud of
AND TO A 1,1,
I V K S T O V K DEAL ! I
O. AV. 1IHNDKBSON,
Coniuicrclal Ave,, Cairo, III.
Ohio Lva jairo, Ilv
HOME! TlgfADB I
J. C HUELS,
Lute of Ht. Louis.
BOOK BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
Comer Twelfth ctrcct and Commercial Avo
IHiANK HOOK8 of every description done
with neatness ami dispatch. , All kinds of
ruling done at short notlco . Bibles, Music
MaL'uzlnci and I'crloUlcals bound ueat aui(
at the lowust possible rates.
County work, audi at ltccoi;ds, Docked.
hot Books, Blanki. etc.. made a ip.claUtj
Boxes, l'oeket nnnkn SFi.vln.'.Z -SI
made tonrTl-r ' " ""Vrj. 1f
J ST. NICHOLAS j
UAKUY "NVALKTjB Of CO., l'rop'rs.
This houso is nowly fitted up with two
And two tine
JENNY. LIND TABLES
with tho lio
are compounded In tbo most approved style
KSJ'Coruo and sco lor yourself, jgfj
SOIIWKITZKB CIIKKSK AND IIOL
ItKFJtESIIMENT TABLES .
are spread morning and evening at 10
o'clock, at which all aro Invited to purtlcl
puto free of cliurge.
At wholcsalo and retail, Hewed, fried,
broiled ami bakod, raw duU on the half-shell,
by the can, krg, box or barrel, at Harry
Ualkcr'aHt. Mchobii rcstauratit on Com
tncrclal avenue. Oyster in every sty'.o at
all hour day or night, Harry Walkerprc
sides over the culinary department. As a
caterer ho has no equal, and Harry's cus
tomers can always be assured ot u warm
meal at any hour of tho day or night, that
v m uieci mo rcijuircmeiiiD anil picuso mo
taste of the most 1'aktldlouH. .
If. T. GKROULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
" FtttAr'a and Vlumlstr'a material. Wood
lauip , glolw and aaala rtiv.s, stop
cooks, eheek TslTes.tto.
also assst roa
Tiitta Ha fillttrt) Ptfit Dry oil Maier
Ami tlores.ona. Walls k Go's AuloiruOlo watsr
laaMtioi aadlsapyiy vuv reritaam bouen.
k UTkUfA BLOCK. 00MUBB0UL.AVaVV
Our Homo JVjlvortisora.
Is hereby given that default IimIir been
made for more, than sixty days in the pay.
nient or a . portion or the
amount oeclired to biv MM hv n
:.-iiiiiii-iiiiriKKo cxeemeii i,y i ranl Han
ramp to Samuel Slnuls Taylr iml, IMwIn
rarsons. IhiMccs or the Cairo Cli Pmnerty.
dnfed March 10. 1WH. ami i-e, i,i.l,.,i (,, n...
rceiinlcr'n olllce, In mid lor Alexander
cniinm in ikR slain ol Illinois, lu l.ool, I, or
dreiK on ilagu ISI7, etc, We, Hie tniifcr
sIkiioiI, said trustees, will on I'rl.lav, the
aillulay of January next. A, 1). lM7.f, at lo
o'clock In the rolenoonor Hint day, under
and iiv vlrtlie nrtlm ixnver orii,. ,.,i,inii,,.,i
In said mnrltfaKc. self at iublle lion I itlm
liluhest lilililci-. ruri'iiiiti. hi i in.... i., ,n. ii,...
...,!.' "i in r in n livillll'l'ill avc
imp mid KlKhlflcnili shvef, In the clly o
tttlro, In Aloxalidor couiily and slate of llll
l,."s."".."1" r,K'" 1,11,1 Inleix-.t nf sal.r
riiiiiR i inni'niiin. in niu fia.iiii i 1.1
lot n iimlitTi il :t riiii'su. i.t,Vi
40 (forty,) hi niiti c (ty f Cairo, according in
.... .. ..nn-,, n;,i inrreoi, wnn nip aiiurle
nances, in s.iiliv Hu, i,in.,.u .....i n
.1 . , , . . ,.n.,vco .,l, V'llll-
iniii vi r.iui iiinrrai1.
f. M I A A In I AYI.Olt,
InisleeHol Iho tlalni Clly I'ronerly.
IV-lV'! Va'. Illinois, lieccmlM i iio ih;-.
iiii ; . .
viioLicsALK And iurrAiL''
D R U G 61 S i's?
H 1, illtui I ,.
X 1 '.. i'i
Is herellV L'Uell Hull ilel.inll I, ...I,,..
made for mom than sixty days mi the nay.'
mentor n portion or the ninoiint seciiicd in
, , 1 -' I aggnrt to Samuel Siaals Taylor anil
I'-dwInrursons. trustees r the Calm Cllv
rroiicrty, dated Nov. 14, iwil. ami recordcil
III tlm l.i.mr,lfi.'u ..111.... I.. - ..11.... .......
county, In tho slate of Illinois, In'lmok o
deeds, oil paife lOl' etc., we, tlnMllideilKlieil
trustees, will mi Kil.lay, the 2llh ilav ol .Ian
nary next. A, l. 187:1. at 111 o'..i..V 1., u...
Iprenoon of that day, under and by vh tile of
"J IM11 i'i tju nniL- I'fiiiiiiiiinii 111 H'liii iiinff tttr.
sell ut iiuhllu iiiictlou, to the highest Mililor!
rorensh, ut theOlllce Inilldlng of said Irtish
lees, corner of Washington avenue ami
Liihleeiitli street, lu tlm clly 0r Cairo, In
Alexander county mid state of Illinois all
me riL' 11. iinu ami inien.Mi rr ...1
1'aggart, or hit asslgiis, lu and to um'.
bereil II) (nineteen.) a) (twenty,) '.'t (twenty,
one,) a-2 tweiily-two.) j (twcniy-tliivo ,)ninl
U (tvvenly.iour.) in l.lock M (illty-elght, ) In
tho First Addition to the city of Cau-o, ac
cording to the recorded nlat llicreor. u-lih
unui.rieiiaiices. in s.iiikii tin, ihim.......
and condition nfsalil mortgagu.
M'AA I.I 'I AYI.Olt,
TrtisteeH of the CalroClly I'l-operfv.
Dated Cairo, Illinois, December CO, lbT'i'.
Is hereby clvcil that default hulii"
made for more than sixty ilajs lu thu pay.
iiiviH wi t, jiui nun ii, mi; uiuoiini sceureil 10
nojiaiuiiT n ccriain moriBiiKu executed by
.loiepli McKenzlf to Samuel Staats Taylor
and ICdwiu I'ursons. trustees of the Cairo
I l t af lijakiwf a I .. t r .
. M,,,,;,,;.aU nujiieiiioer jj, 180.). ami
recorded lu the recorder' otllcc, in and for
Alexander county, lu tho statu of Illinois, in
book 1 of deeds on liaito 110. etc.. we. thn
undersigned said trustees, will on Friday,
the Uith day of January next. A. 1). Is7:i, at
10 o'clock in the forenoon or that day, under
and by virtue oftiiu power or sale contained
In said mortgage, sell atpuhlie. auction to tho
highest bidder, for cash, at the olllce build
ing of said trustees, corner or Washington
avenue and Kightccnth street, In the city or
Cairo, in Alexander eountv and state or llll.
liol, all tho right, title and Interest or said
Joseph McKcnzliiorhls usslgns, In nml to lots
numbered 1ft, (tirtccn,) 10 (sixteen.) and 17
(seventeen,) in block numbered 2 (:vo,) In
the Fourth addition to the said city ol Cairo,
according to tlm recorded plut thereof, wills
mo apiiineoance, in saiisiy. tlm iuriHie
aim vuiiiiiwuii in naiu mortgage
' KOWIN I'AUSONS,
Trustee ol tlie Cairo Clly 1'ronerty.
Dated Cairo, Illinois; December ,'!0, ls,72.
fsfsfsfsfsfsIsH sfiH SfsfHaflsfiBIIsIsH
ito. ;t piarxo rti-i-vir
Ethiil and IVoscrijilion
Corner WuhlnKt6n Ave,
nd KlgliUi itrvot. '
Of chainol i,,a nmi tkl,
rr wcik luiigi. '
At BABOLAY BBOS.
3LO Z B3ST C3-B S
FOB 80BE THJJOATi
1'repired and void
Br BABCLAY UB03
And Disinfectants for Hlablc.
At BABOLAY BKOS.
" HONKY IIKi:."
And "Unltcrsal Staudard."
At BABOLAY BBOS.
N on OK
Is hereby given that default having been
made ror.raore than sixty dits lu tlm pay
ment or a portion or the amount secured to
bo paid by a certain mortgage '.executed bv
Kr In Maxwell to Samii'd Staats Taylor anil
Kdwln r.trsoni, trutteci or the Calm Cllv
Property, dated September 10, 180.1, anil
recorded lu the recorder's office, lu and for
Alexander county, In the state ot Illinois, in
hook K, ol deeds, on pag'JI!l, etc., we. the
undersigned said trustees, will,, on K rlday,
tho J4th day ol January next, A. I)., I7;l ai
10 o'clock in tlio forenoon of that day, under
unit ut tiiiuu ui iiutvcrfii saie eoniainec
in said mortgajro. self, at public iitirtlon. to
the highest bidder, mr cash, at the olllce
building of said Trustees, corner or Wash
ingtoii uvemiu and Kighteenlli street, In the
City or Cairo, In Alexander county and state
or Illinois, ull the right, title and Inloieit or
said Krvln .Maxwell or lib assigns, In anil to
lot numbered a (Three), In block numbered
48 (lorty-clglit), in the first addition to said
clly ol C'dro, according to the recorded olat
thereof, with thn aniilirteiiauees! in .,n.r,.
the purposes and condition orsald .Morl-iu-e
H. 8TAATS TA Yl.Olt. b
Trustees of thu Cairo City Property.
Dated, Cairo, UN., Decemlierlio, 187-J.
Is hereby given that default hang been
made I'lirmoro Ihau sixtydajs In iho pay.
ineiitoruportiouorihe amount secured ii,
be paid by a certaln iuortgage executed by
Warren !. Dunning to Samuel Siaals Taylor
and Kiln In Parsons, trustee ol' the Cairo
City Property, dated Not ember 14th, IN(4.
and recorded In tho reeordeiV olllce. lu and
or iicxanucr county, in mo sialeor Illinois,
in Book F, erdeo is, on page etc.. We.
the undersigned said trustees, will on Fri
day, the 'J I th slay or January next, A. 1).,
at 10 o'clock lu the lorenoon or that
nay, umierami uy Millie ol the power ot
nidu conUiiuedln said mortgage, sell, at pub
lic auction, to the highest bidder, lor cash,
ut the olllco building orsald triisli es. col-mil'
in ine city oi cairo, in Alexander eounlv
and state or Illinois, all the right, title anil
Intcrestorsaid Warren C. Dunning or bis as
signs, lu and lo lots numbered Ul (thlrfy-one),
and (thlrtv-two). in block iiiiihIh V,.,! tm
(seventv-three,) in said city of Cairo, accord
ing iu too rccorucu piat ineii'oi, Willi the
appill lena.iccs. to satisfy the purposes ami
condition or said mortgage. "
H. STAATS TAYI.OI!,
Trustees of the Cairo City Property,
Dated, Cairo, Ills,. December 20, lH"i.
JMI-dtd ' ' 1
IJtOlt'l IKTII jep.ut of the condition of the Klttt
alional Hank of (Juiro. lllinuli. m ih rln.. rJ I....
nctt IkccniUr ln7i
lyant ana ilitcounu ,
U. S, 1iuik1"jiiJ ttcmllict hi
Oilier Hacks, Londi and inort-
I rciniiiiiti iialJ I.,
Due from tcilccmlni: aist tr-
ttrve atnn :'
Ih fmm mlirr national liankt...
lluefrfrni bauka and bankn...
Kunilttirc and fliturct
l.'a.li items,. Including rvvciiu?
I'.nih on lund In coin I,s."2 OJ
IJurrciKy....!-. 2IJI3 el
I C5.M7 74
' i.iuo ia
l,u- 4 1
' . MAIlII.ITir.S,'
'ap:lal llock .. ..,
Kxchanc, intrreM, profit and lot...
Clrrulatioii oultundlog .
.... wjii rl
Suit nf Winch, AlcaniUr county, rllv of (ill
I, 13 N. IImrIwi. caliir uf llie Kim National
Iunk bf Cairo, do ftulcmnly ftwear that the aliAve ule.
mcnl It true in thelxl of my Lmrwlcdr and Micf.
13. N. IIUlSllKS.Catliicr.
HiiUcnlicd and tworn to In-fore ine thlt hiilh day
of January. 173.
CIIAS. CUNNINIJIIAM, Noltry INiblic.
I). llUltll, ")
non-r.w. Mii.i.r.K,l. iiiiccton.
H MKVERS, ' J
In hereby gltcn that default having been
made for more than sixty days In the pay.
mentor a portion ol thu amount secured to
be paid by a certain mortgage executed ly
Joscph JleKenzIi! to Hainuel Siaals 'I'avlor
and Kilwln Parsons, triislees of thn Cadu
city Property, dated March lilth, INKi, and
recorded In the recorder's ciflliu-. In and lor
Alexander county, in Iho state of Illinois, In
book P, of deeds, on page HU, etc,, we, the
undersigned said trustees, will, on Filday,
the '.Mill day ol January, next, A, 1)., Ibid,
at 10 o'clock In the forenoon oIJ hut day, un
der nnd by lrtuo of the power or sale eon
(allied In suld mortgage, sell, at public auc
tion, to the highest bidder, for cash, at the
olllce building of said trustees, corner or
Washington avenue and Kigldccnth street,
lu the city of Cairo, In Alexander county
and statu or Illinois, ull Hut right, title mil
Interest orsald Joseph .McKenle or Ids as
signs', In and to lot numbered :i2 (thlrly
twoj, XI (thirty-three), and at (thlity.fonri,
lu block numbered " (two), In the lourih ad
dition to suluclty ot Cairo, according to the
recorded plat thereof, with the appurtenan
ces to satisfy the purposes and cuiidillnu ol
S. STAATS TAYI.OIt,
Trustees of the Cairo City Property,
Dated, Cairo, Ills, December :W, lSi'J,
The tax books tor the current year I Liv
ing been placed III my hands, 1 would re
pectrully call the attention or tax-payers to
section 105, or the lawn or 1872, which pro
vides that where parties own personal prop,
erty as wcll real estate, the personal prop
erty must tlrst he destralued bofbro the real
estate can be sold. I hllAIJ. TIIKItKOIll),
after the FUIST DAY OF FKIIItUAKY
NEXT, commence to destralu for such taxes
In conformity with said section. Tax-pay-ers
by paying due regard to thbi notlco will
save both troublo and tost, as the law upon
tlio subject Is Imperative,! Tho book are
open at mv office. Office hours from 0
o'clock a, m, to 6 o'clock p. m.
ALEX. U. IKVIN, Collector,
Cairo, Dot). 81,1872. d2w,
REPORT of the condition of tlie City National
Hank of Cairo, at Cairo, In the ttateof lltiWi at
doteof butirmt I'trtnitcr J?lh, l7i.
Iant and diicmint. M5.Lk 31
Overdrafu 13.711 Hi
u. S, bonds 10 tccuxe circula
U. K. bondt on hand ltd in
Utlier mocks, Uindt aiwt inort-
."i.T' - t.K.l is
lluf miin redeeming and re-
erve uttnlt II 20,1. Ml SI
llue fiom lutlouil banks la,Cj C'i
Due fi out ollitr banks and
liankers , nr, tl
llaiiklox lHime.,.,, .... 'jr,,isj no
Other real esute n,) w
( hrckt and oilier ct-.h. .items, 4,51.1 72
Hills of national banks 1(1, lay no
ri.uiiiiMi (.nrrriiry, ana
Sclc. coin.. , , 6,174.7.1
I-Ral lender notes..,.... t 'i'.Jlit
Capital stock pttd in ,. ' lmi ( M
Snrplu fund ..; avoisi no
l'.xclan;c... . ,12t K2 -
Interest 't;iM Wi
rroliiand ut 2.1,411 tl 6I.7SU S7
uauiatioii uutttan(lini-.,i tsiiti no
Due to national liaiiks..., 'osS Kt
mie in tuic uanks ami bankers. l.l.i.V.i 4
Individual dcp.itllt . .. n:i,Ni0 z
Notice Is hereby given to all persons Inter
eilcd that the city council of the city o
Cairo having ordered that -Idewalki be coji
stnicted on the following named streets. To
wit : On the easterly sido or Washington av
eiuitf In front of lot numbered tdi-litcen (IS)
lilneteen (ID), tweiHy (, and iweatyiouo
(JI). in block numbered twenty-four vU on
sa deaiteilysldc Irom the northerly line or
said lot numbered tlKhteon (lH)proUioU.to
the line fixed by ordinance as Uieuur
edge or the sidewalk constructed f.r to be
constructfid on tho southerly side of rtcvenUi
street lu said city.
On the northerly side or Sixth street from
" aililngtoii avenue to Jeflcrson avvniia.
On Trie northerly side of Cro street rrom
V ushlngtoti aremin in Walnut street, to con
nect with the sidewalks on thoto strtieU.
Oil flic west side of Commercial, avenue
In tront of lots numbered one (I), two ),
three (U); tour (H, Ut o (.:.) aud six (U), In bloek
nlnnbcred twenty (301.
On tho south sftto' or Tenth street
rrom Walnut street to Jrtfrrwm aveaa.
On the northerly side or Twelfth street
rrom the terminus or the present sidewalk
on said street, between Walnut and Cedar
street to Iieust street.
On the aoutherly side oi Thirteenth, street
rrom Commercial avenue to Wa-.hlugtuii av
enue. On tho east side or Holbrook avenue from
est I tvcnty-Uiird street to West Twenty
On the south side or West Twenty-fourth
street rrom Holbrook avenue lo Park ava
That the following namrd sidewalks be re
constructed and renewed, to-wit:
On the south side of Nineteenth aUeet
rrom Poplar street to Commercial avenUe.
On the north aide or Twentieth ntrect
from Ohio levee lo Walnut street.
(i ilia south ylde of Twentieth atrcct from
Ohio levee to J ashlugtoii avenue.
On bolb sides or Poplar street from
hlgliteeulh street to Dlt Ision street.
On the soutli side or Division street and
on the north side or Centre street.
On the north sido or Tweiitr-ttflli street
rrom U ashlugtoii avcmie to Walnut aUcet :
!.'.!i0". ,u"th deor tame street horn
Walnut street lo Holbrook avenue. Aiid ou
the south s de or Thlrty-fourth street from
Commercial avenue to Washing
Ion avenue, havo, applied lo the
county court of Alcxarn er county lor au as-se-'iuent
of the cot or said Improvementa
according to-ilm value or aald property, and
an assessment thereof hat Ing been iiiude. aud
entered to said court, the iiimi i,..ri
thereon will 1, bad at the February term ol
said eoiirt eoiumeiiclngon the .Seteuteeuth
i f . '. 7' . " lgr'- AIIIetonde-
"."r m. ititu mere appear aud
II. W.VT-JON WIUI1I,
January 17, A. I,, 187:1. '
Ktale of lllinois.countyof Alexander, ss.
I, A. H. Satr.ird, cashier or the Clly National Hank
ol l.airo, do solemnly swear III it llic alwve statement
is iruc to me oest oi my kuowieiiKe ana lielief.
A. 11. KAI-'f-'flUll f-.l.t.
Hiibsciil-ed and sworn to liefurc nic this Jih day'of
II- II. liANDr.l., Notary I'uUie.
,.Conea Allcul :
It II. ClINNIN'fJIIAM,-)
I. II. WILLIAMSON, i- fiin
II. I.. 1IAI.I.IIUV. )
im. 11. J. TA1IHH,
Will resume the practice of bin profession
with esnccial reference to tlm .!..,.( i-i,...
treatment ol diseases In ull the new and Im
prove!! iiietnous or application. , .
In all cases of ieinalo complaints a lady
no, ... in i.K!iuiii-t;,
Olllce, lia Commercial avenue, up stairs,
WILLIAM It. SMITH, M. D.
RICII)KNCJ.-No. St Tlnrleenlh street,
,..u ,".,u, WiiKliiiiglon nt nniin and Wlut sti
uiuvv IzilOoiniiiHrciitlaTeaioi, up italrs.
(J. W. J3UNNINO, M. D.
RKSIIiKNCK-uornirNiiilli sort Walnut ats,
Olricn-coiner hlxlli stroot sad Ohio lovoe.
UIBeii hours from a.m. to la in., and S p.m
H. W'AHDNini, M. D.
RriJIDKNOK-Comcr Nliioltenth atrcet and
WMshlrintdii avoniin, near court houso. Of.
ncHovnr Arior'sClrocery Mtre, otBco Hours from
iu.in. tn U tn. md ''om H to 4 p. in.
UKTWEEN WAHn'.V XVZHVX AKD WALIIU1
Dr. H. K, Klolds Informs tne patllo that h Iim
L I V I). It 1' STAB LE,
shovo" nort,,w"' of Tt'Uth street as cuno.
Ills Hulies will liffnrnlsliad with non,but the
AND GOOD VK1II0LK8,
aiid.'tho'publlpiiwy bo accommodaUd at
hours of the day and night with Wo, tea
uiistiu ititTcat terms,
Dr. Fields asks a slmrn nf nuiilla natronairs
and will endeavor to merit it by talr douliltg
aud strict attcntlou to busluess.
Norember 18, 187
On the corner of 12th street and Waaltlngton
avenue, opposite liullotln office,
MONDAY, KOVBMBBK 18,
Tuition from t2 to t'10 per term.
. IN GLASSES OP 1 TO 4 EACH.
No pains will be spared to. make It
to all conccrnod,
N. P. CUIlTIOBi Director.
Tcavhcr of Vocal, Organ aud Viano Music.
J. M, RODKNDAUQII,
Teacher of Wind and String Iiwtrumants
(Sea circular.) 11.14 tl
' No. 104 OOUUKKOIAIi.ATIflUI,
... , j i'i )
i.'o.wii. Rcntcli and Amerlcaiucaasliuerea
of all colors, aud beaver aud broad cloths
CONSTANTLY ON HAND, .
And mad up ln'the - v ,
Ami at the lowest nriot . A fine fit and firs t
claN work fuaranteed, Satlsfactloa In v
re nit warranted .