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T posjplaof. Louisiana will observe
Ttautsdsf, May" lOlh, ns a day of tVting
and prayer for the deliverance Irom carpet-bugger.
Jacmon corxiT wants tlic Southern
Illinois penitentiary, aud incase iUhouU
be located there niRResta Gill J. Burr n
a proper person for resident commissioner.
It baa been decided by the L' tilted
States government not to take lurinal
notice: of the war lictwccn Turkey and
ltussla until ofllcial notillcatlon Is re
ceived, In order to delay the issuing ot
thn neutralitr nroclarautlon as lour as
Kem.oog'8 chances for a seat In the
United States senate are almost hopeless.
The senate U now nearly evenly divided,
and as there are a number of Republican
senators who are outspoken In their op
position to seating him, he may well feel
that his case is hopeless.
Senator l'lDuocKrof Nebraska, says
It Is a mistake to suppose that ltcpubli
cans ot the Mortoa, Blaine and Cameron
stripe will be discarded by the adminis
tration ; ani when the seuate meets It
will be found that, with perhaps one
execntion. these men will support the
lrvldent In bis new policy.
o-ait, congressional printer, is to be
removed. At the investigation a year
affo Clapp was shown up to be an un
conscious scoundrel that he had mis
appropriated the iunds ot the printing
bureau; that he had given out contracts
and shared the profits, ami that the
books ot the bureau were In such a mud
dled Condition that the investigating
committee could tell neither head nor
tail about them. But In the face ot all
this, and but a day or two after the com
rnittees report recommending Ciapp's
removal was submitted to the house,
Grant reappointed bitn for another full
term as chief of the printing bureau.
President Hayes, however, linds Clapp
too much of a load to carry, and at a
meeting of the cabinet on Friday his re
moval was decided on.
A t tatkwbxt is now going the rounds
of the Radical press that "1.. C. Carpcn
ter has resigned bis position of internal
'revenue collector at Charleston, South
'Carolina, because be could not live in
'the state under Democratic rule, and be
'able to perform the duties ot his office."
L. C.Carpentcr has resigned the po
sition of internal revenue collector,
but not because he could
not live in South Carolina under Demo
cratic rule. Carpenter is the rpersou
who about one year ago, according to
bis own statement was chloroformed and
robbe 1 of a large amount of government
funds. There was a strong suspicion at
the time that the robbing was done by
his own connivance, and subsequent
events have been such as to atrengtben
this suspicion. It is mora reasonable t
believe that Carpenter wants to get out
ot the way, especially since Secretary
Sherman has announced a determination
to overhaul all crookedness in the reven
The Republicans have given up all
hope oi securing the election .of a Re
publican speaker of the next house.
Washington dispatches say that while It
cannot bo denied that every Democrat
whom It was thought was In the least
weakkneed.'and who could .he induced to
support an administrative Kepublicau
lor speaker has been tempted. But. to
the honor of the Democratic members
be it said, no man could be louml w ho
would for any consideration sell out his
party. The administration people have
all along confidently counted on being
able to couiroi Uio uigamzation ot the
next house as a natural result of Hayes
Southern policy. That they have lailed
in the undertaking is a bitter disap
poiutment. It is asserted that no one
but the leaders in this movement will
tver know what untiring efforts were
made to capture enough Democratic
votes to elect cither Garfield or Foster
to the speakership. But the attempt has
tailed aud every nan elected to the house
as a Democrat will vote for the caucus
nominees, whether It be Morrison, Ran
dull, Saylor or Cox.
TuL'Jacksou County Era has put on
its war paint and comes out in opposi
tion to Mr. Hayes' southern policy. The
Era, in reprinting a lengthy article from
the Chicago Inter-Oeean, prefaces it with
the following remarks :
Since President Hayes has proved rec
reant to the trusts reposed in him by the
great loyal part of the country, we deem
it our duty to express words of disagree
ment with his public, policy. We con
sider the acts ot the prudent, since his
inaugural, in direct conflict with the
(jriiiciples enunciated in the platform
upon which be accepted the nomination,
and made his canvass before the people.
and we can assure his highness that the
party who elected him are not at all in
harmony with his policy toward the
union men of the south.
Itisuuiumg to notice bow "the great
loyal part of the country," which means
the Kepublicau party, squirms at
the acts of thtir own president
Though the course Mr. Hayes has taken
may be "iu direct conflict with the priu
'clples enunciated in the platform upon
'which he accepted the nomination" ol
the Ciaotanaii convention, it Is good
enough lor Democrats, auJ a thousand
lold better than tuey anticipated from a
Sxsutom Goauox of Georgia, who
has bona prominently before the country
for the last four months at one of th
most Taluutt of Southern senators plead
lug the cause of South Carohua aud
Louisiana, does not tavor the
new party snovement. Seuator Gordon
says that while the people of tbe Bomb
Will sanction and approve whatever pol-
Icy the administration tnay adopt which
has for its object the harmoni.ing of the
different sections of the country, they
arc not ready to tire up old party asso
ciations for any change in the condition
of affairs In the South. The
strength of the new admin
istration with tho great
mass of the people North and South Is
the hopes which have sprung up in the
minds of the people from the measures it
has already inaugurated and so fiir past
rd to a successful conclusion. So long
as President Hayes continues in his
present course the great majority of tha
people North and South will stand
to his back, and In this case what need
can there lie for raising the question of a
new party. Mr. Hayes Is committed to
the one term principle, and it he adheres
to that prin:iplo and carries out his
southern policy to a successful concla
sion, he will leavo the presidency with
the hearty endorsement ol all tuen of
everv section. w nai greater rcwaru
could he ask or desire.
Senator Alcorn ot Mississippi Is very
bitter in hi opposition to Hayes' South
The new party dodge do8 not meet
with tavor, and the proposition w ill fall
ol its own weight.
The Vicksburg ifemWsays : "The
victories ot p ace are more brilliant than
the triuaiplis ol war. Hayes is a bigger
wan than oUI i;rr..'
The Frankfort, Kentucky, Vevtnuri
perpetrates tho following:
liocxl-liyc to Packard, Warmotli, Will"!
(ioo'l-bye to I'inkston, too!
our golden rooster fairly yclln
The New Orleau9 Jir.pullican, the
organ ot the l'ac.kardites, has gone with
Packard, it has suspended. So long as It
had the state treasury at Its back it lived,
aud lived in good style. But it died
when Packard died.
The Washington correspondent of the
New York Times says that "Packard
can huvo the appointment as collector of
the port of 5ew Orleans If he desires it."
Packard will desire 't, and Casey, Grant s
brothcr-in-law,will be asked to step down
and out in order to make room lor him.
Detroit Free Press: "Hayes will
probably hear more than once from the
lips of ltepubllcans, at the approaching
session of congress, that Packard was as
much entitled to the governorship ot
Louisiana as Hayes was to the presidency
of tho United States, und his action will
be acnounccd by his party friends as a
piece of treachery ot tho basest kind."
KOI rnEK.v ILI.I.NOIS SEWS.
The following items are gathered Irom
our Southern Illinois exchanges:
From the Jackson County Era:
Richard Driver was stabbed Wed
nesday, iu the vicinity of Bodcker's sal
oon, by a man named John Murphy.
We understand that both parties were in
toxicated, aud Quarrelled about an old
Lion. Isaac Clements, pension agent
at Salem, has returned troia Washing
ton, and was in town yesterday on legal
business. Mr. Clements is not renquisn-
! " wl Ula la if Ouslneea oil uevouiil of
What lias become of the promises
made bv the candidates for the legisla
ture during their canvass last tall, in re
gard to the board ot equalization. i tits
curse upon the people ot Southern Illi
nois should te eradicated, and our mem
bers should do something before their re
It is reported that Hi. Altiuius stab
bed aud killed a man by the name ot
Leonard Davis at Klkville last Saturday.
Davis was drunk and went into tne
blacksmith shop ot Alliums, aud shot
twice with a revolver at Altiuius. Alli
ums ruehed at his adversary with a
knitc aud with one thrust put the deadly
weapon to his vilals aud killed him al
most Instantly. Altiuius gave himsell
up to the authorities, but upon examin
ation was discharged.
Gen. Logan was in town hist Tues
day again, to have recorded a deed to a
8 city lot iu Carboudale. Gen. Logau
bought this lot lit oruer to vacate the
plat ot Logan's addiUou to tho city ol
Carboudale. it was tue ouiy lot in uie
addition of twenty-two acres t jat he did
not own. The reason the plat was va
cated was beciuse the assessor continued
to assess tho property as hind, also as
city lots ; theietoru compelling the land
to pay taxes tvlee.
School beard member, W. J. Allen,
of Carbondak', was iu town last Wednes
day, aud his head was decorated with
that Greeley hat. The judge was look
ing real hearty, aud shook hands wit
the Era man fii a most affectionate man
ner. 'Aithall thy faults we love thee
Judge Allen is a Democrat, a.id that,
in the eyes of the Era, is a great crime.
From the Du tuoln Tribune :
The present indications lor an abund
ance of fruit ot all kinds in this vicinity
except peaches are very flattering.
Apple, cherry, pear, and plum trees are
now most of them in lull bloom, aud it
wa escape a frost Irom now until May
1st, we may auticipato a large crop.
Thi-re arc a few peaches, yet the best
and earlier varieties hereabouts were
killed early in tbe Beasou.
Governor 'Jullom has pardoned Hor
ace Carter, convicted ot manslaughter at
tho April term, 1877, of tho llhamson
county circuit court, and sentenced to
the peultemlary for one year. The pris
oner is stilllu the hands ol the she nil ot
Williamson county, and the pardon is
granted on the request ot the twelve ju
rors who tried him, the state's attorney.
and all the county officers, tho family of
the deceased, and many hundreds ol the
citizens ot Williamson county. The
facts aie as follows : The prisoner, who
was a constable, was attempting to arrest
a person charged with a misdemeanor,
who drew a pistol aud tried to shoot him.
Carter drew his pistol and ilredfour
shots, one of which struck the deceased,
a boy standing by, who was In uo way
connected with the disturbance.
Atthe late term of tbe Williamson
county circuit' court Sabron Hushing
and George Uson were sentenced re
spectively to six and twelve years In the
penitentiary on a charge of horse steal
ing. From the Carboudale Olterttrt
The Illinois Central has decided to
carry passengers on truit trains this sea
son ; but tbe passenger must be provided
with tickets to entitle them to riae, as tiie
eoductor is not allowed to collect fare,
neither is he allowed to give layover
Jnttffo Hafcrr'a rrlln In th '
or llm FmI . I lir I. V. it. M.
Yellow Warehouse and the Elevator
Must Corns Down.
A Mnllrrof liilcrrat to tho Hnln
mid HUM!! .Menul ('Mir.
The court has lor n long lime held the
decree in the case of Tho People, for the
use of Hourigan, vs. Illinois Central
Railroad Company under advisement,
but has finally approved it, and it will
bo filed to-day, and wc nrc informed by
tho lawyers In the case that it will take
v e nave road the decree, and it seems
to us to be very important in its bearings
both upon the railroad company and the
business Interests of Cairo. The main
points in the decree are as follows:
1. That Illinois Central railroad com
pauy has a perpetual right to two roads
on the levee, and no more.
2. That all side tracks aud switches
above Eighteenth street arc nuisances
and shall be removed.
3. That the yellow warehouse and the
elevator are nuisances, and shall be re
4. That the standing, loading and un
loading of cars between Fourth and
Fourteenth streets and between Eigh
teenth and Thirty-second streets are
perpetually prohibited and enjoined.
We do not know what the railroad
company intends to do about the matter,
or whether it can do anything. We un
derstand that an offer has been made by
the railroad company to deed the
hundred feet strip above Eighteenth
6treet to the city on condition
that the city will devote Levee street,
above 18th, to tho use ot the railroad
company, aud In that way the elevator
and the yellow warehouse and the car
transfer would be allowed to remain, and
the switches used by the mills would not
n e are in favor ol holding railroads to
a strict compliance with the aw ; but we
are not in favor of driving them out of
the city. The city council ougnt to meet
the railroad company half way in any
attempt at a compromise ot this
decree Whenever the decree is cuforced,
as It must be it no settlement Is made.
the damage to the railroad company aud
to tho business of the city will be very
great. We never believed there would
be such a decree till wc read it. We have
thought the rumor of the intended tear
ing down ot the Yellow warehouse and
of the elevator was without foundation;
but it is no longer a rumor, and our
business men should interest themselves
to prevent, if possible, the serious blow
to Cairo, which will come, if this decree
THE WAR AND ITS EFFECTS.
The Probable lleiiiHtMl lor American
Product I lie t-reaeut l'roipccl.
(From the lUltiraore American.)
Wasbisoton, April 23, 1S77.
The certainty ot European war and the
prospect ol an aiitiye demand in the
English market lor tho breadstutls ot
this country has caused much inquiry
lor statistics in regard to the supply and
consumption of breadstutls abroad, aud
the probable t fleet of the war upon the
grain trade. Dr. Edward Young, chiel
ot the bureau ot statistics ot the treas
ury department, has collected together
some statistics bearing upon the subject,
and it is upon inf'oruialioii oblaiued Irom
him that the following Is based :
THE CKRKAI. l'ltOPUCr OF KL'ltOl E,
According to a very careful and thor
ough statistical exhibit recently made by
the Freuch government, the toUl cereal
production of Europe amounts at pres
ent to an average of 4,1W,00U,(XW bushels
per annum. Ut this Itussia alone turn
ishes 1 ,000,000,0X) bushels, or nearly one
third of the whole; Germany, 71.', JO,
000 bushels; France, UK7,5ou,000 bush eg,
aud Austra, &.0,000,OUO busbies, 'luc
production ot this country is set down at
1,537,250,000 bushels, w hich very closely
agree? with Dr. Young's own estimate.
1 hus this country, with a population of
forty millions, produces 39 bushels to
each inhabitant, while Europe, with, a
population ol 21)7,000,000, produces only
about 20 bushels per head.
1 he lollowing table gives the amount
ot cereals per inhabitant produced by the
various states of Europe :
..... li tis
i l oo
, 7. To
Uvrnwu DucIiiub. 14. uu
hpmu M 13 47
tuilrn i- vi
According to the
most notable cstU
mate the average quantity ol cereals nec-
esary tor the consumption ot each in
habitant is lourteen and uuie-teutu bush
els per auuum, and it therefore results
that all the blatcs that come alter Sweden
uuou the list have to obtain graiu sup
plies from other countries. In this count
try tliree-tltlhs ot the Joertua production
consists ot maize, iu r.uroiHj outs pre
dominates, uud next in quantity comes
wheat, barley, rye aud maize. Russia,
Prussia and Frauee produce large wheal
crops, and the two first are our largest
competitors in the English market. In
Roumatiia aud Scrvla maize takes the
At one lluie the chief dependence of
England tor wheat was upon Russia and
Prussia, and the supremacy ot the L lilted
States iu the graiu uiarkets of the world
is ol comparatively recent growth. Prior
to I'm 10 Jtuiuia and Prussia led this
country in the supply ol wheat. From
100 to lstil the exports ot wheat Irom
this country to England sprang sud
dcnly from 430.604 cwts. to 15.C10.47:
cwts., while iu Uie same period Russia
advanced only from 3,b3,li4 cwts. to
4,007,43 cwts., and Prussia from 3,34$,.
Ml CWIS. lO .4ti2,D( J CWIS.
The lead taken so suddenly in f his
country has ever since been maintained.
Tables coveriug the years from 18I0 to
1S72 show that the L'uited States supplied
England during that period with 28. 5
per ccat of her total imports of wheat,
iucluding dour, against 24.7 per cent
from Russia aud 17.2 per cent Irom lier
inany. In the same period England im
ported forty-three per cent ot her total
importations of maize fronj this country,
In JtSi2 Uie exports ot maize ot this
country to (jreat Britain only amounted
to 1.311.304 bushels, against I,7W 032
from Turkey and Koumanla and 1,870,
624 bushels from Russia. At present
Rouni&bia and Southern Russia, to a
lesser degr, are our principal competi
tors in me mppiv ot maize.
The yearlSTO was a good harvest j ar
in England, prices were low and the total
imports o! wheat were only 413-1, l.VI
cwts. agaiist rl,7JC33 cwts. In 18o.
tic louowng tabio gives wic
Cnllwl Simce nil (. ana.la Jl.TI'V '.n
l;ury and lUnnmnia...
I r n mark
The Importations of niaiu were 30,
0r8,2J(5 hundred weight, ol which up
ward ol fifty per cent, came from tins
country. Canadian exports of itrair. are
Included with those of this country, its
they ore prot'.ucad in the United States.
It will bu sees that the countries that
will be embraeed by the war about to
begin Russia and Turkey have furn
ished 20.0 per? tout, ot the supplies to
England, lu India a derth prevails this
year. Egypt, bting subject to the super
ainty to the porte, will be afiVctcd by the
war, and whether the war Is localized or
whether it draws into it other European
powers it is evident that the demand lor
American breaastulls will be increased
in the neighborhood of twenty-five per
cent, m case or the cutting on oi tne
Russian and Turkish supplies from
market by a prolonged war. Italy im
ports very largely from Odessa, on the
lilack sea, and war will also create nn ac
live dc-uiand for our breadstuff in Mcdl
ihk l-RKsjcxr mosrwr.
In tills country the visible supply of
wheat is only about one half what it was
this time last year, and if the Russian
supply Is cut oil from the English mar
ket by war, the supply of wheat until
the next harvest will be very scant and
prices necessarily high. This will tend
to make a good market tor maize, of
which there Is in this country more than
twice the quantity in store that there
was this tiniu last year, although the ex-
portations to England have been larger
than last year. While much depends
upon tne area oi Hostilities and the
length of the war. it is the opinion ot
statisticians that the eastern war cannot
fail to create an extraordinary demand
lor our breadstutls.
The KiiMftinit niMl Turkish I'orcf,-.
nmni4 ntui lie ir itir
allono In Alf Minor Nteiimer
Sr. 1'KiF.itsBiKr,, April 20. Russia
has 300,000 men on the Danube and 125,
000 men iu the Caucasus, while opposinr
. - . . .1... 'I' 1., - . .
lorcea ui me iuiivs uru iw.uou along uie
Danube and 50,000 or less in Asia -Minor.
Both sides exhibit weakness in skilled
generals, and the position in Roumatiia
BOSNIA AND IUSSIA.
Austria and Russia are contemplating
an agreement whereby Bosnia will be
ceded to Austria.
St. pKTKKsBi'Rij, April 29. The czar
will leavo Kischenett Wednesday, arrive
iu Moscow Friday, unci reach St. Peters
burg Sunday next.
O1ERAT10NS IN ASIA WINOK.
An ofllcial dispatch to the minister
describes the operations in Asia Minor as
follows: "On the 27th Inst., our Infan
try readied Karuckdara, and our cavalry
Sabatin aud (Jhadzcvali. The strong
position of Muehastowaa occupied on Uu
2tii. Out loss by the bombardment ot
Fort St. Nicholas was one killed. On
theja'th tho Turkish monitors approach
ed ran, out went away without doing
TUB LOAN PKMKD.
Statements that Russia has concluded
a new loan are incorrect. Russia is pre
pared with means to prosecute the war
throughout the present year and pay in
terest on her sinking fund debt. Long
negotiations preceding war having given
ample time lor preparations in these re
spects, it is now decided that the czaro
witz shall return to St. Petersburg with
A special frDiu Vienna says telegrams
from Trieste report that Russians seized
three Austrian Lloyd's steamers for car
rying contrabands of war, and Austria
has remonstrated against the ait.
THANKS FOR DELIVERNCE.
Uavrrnor !Vlrliollr l.oulalnun Ishiits
(Jov. Nlcholls of Louisiana, has issued
the lollowing proclamation :
Whereat, The political troubles which
have weighed upon the people of the
state of Louisiana for the past 10 years
have, under a uiercMul dispensation of
liie providence of Uud, been brought to
a happy end ; and,
II hercaa. It is mete that iu the hour of
their deliverance and union the people
should rttarn thanks lur tho dangers
past, and seek strength to fulfill Uie
promises held out the dawning of an
auspicious future; therefore I, Francis T.
Nlcholls, governor ot the state ol Louis
iana, do issue this my proclamation tlx
ing Thursday, the loth day of May. as a
day ot thanksgiving and praver, and do
Invite ail good people of this state on said
day to abstain Irom iheir several avoca
tions and to resort to their wonted places
pf public worship, there to oiler up their
hearts in thanksgiving to that divine aud
merciful Providence who has vouchsafed
to guide thrm to a havtn ot peace and
union, ami to ask at His hands for the
luture the bliiu 0f His divine guid
ance so that ail ihK people ol the state,
forget tingpast dksenslous and bitterness,
may unite in fmiuiment of a common
and happy destiny.
NEED NOT APPLY.
Wo Ona wlo Alurd (,s lHUini,a
OlliVe H" ApoluleU Iu
Washinuiox, April 20. King, who is
collector of the port at New Orleans, Is
an old-hue Whin, and was appointed to
the supreme bench ly Kellogg, which
position he held tint, Packard's govern
ment liually melted away. He was sup
ported by Kellogg, md his appointment,
It is known, will be very acceptablo to
t ackard. Kelloggsays, Irom his con-
"imtne president, lie does
not believe any nu who has aided the
Conservative wilUo appointed to office
in Louisiana by tht president. The pres
ident told him, hesays, that no further
appoiutments woild be made in Louisi
ana betore the meting of congress. Ueo.
A. Sheridan, Buisy and returning board
Anderson, who he been here fishing
for the collectorshp, are much chagrined
over the appolutnent that has been
ONLY THE BEGINNING.
Keerrlnry Hnlioioii'i Adherent ! be
t'lrniu'4 Hill-IHIirr Mnltrra,
Washington. April 20. The removal
ol Hauscotnb In tbe navy department Is.
It is said, but the beginning ot a general
cleaning out of bureau officers who, un
der Robeson, had complete control ot
IHK no'l' M'ltlMiS IlKSKRVAlION.
There are a number of speculators who
are leaving hero for the Hot Springs os
tensibly for health sake, but in reality to
be on hand at the disposal ol the reserva
tion by the government commission.
TlMHK.lt FOR 111 K FAST.
Existing troubles between Russia and
Turkey, and the unsettled condition ol
the European powers have already
created a demand upon this country for
timber suitable for ship building and
the agents ot several foreign powers arc
here lor purposes of purchasing. Two
cargoes were recently shipped to France,
and it is said more have been purchased
for Great Britain.
Wrmlil, Snprcnif ;ourt Judge
to tie inv'iiBiM.
Coi.iMr.iA, April 2. The house ol
representatives to-day, by a vote of 70 to
13, passed the resolution introduced by
Charles Minont, colored, that a commit
tee bo appointed to inquire Into all mat
ters pertaining to the proper discharge of
olllcial condui t of J. J. Wright, asso
ciate justice of the supreme court of
South Carolina, and authorizing the com
mittee to send for persons and papers,
and to report by resolution or otherwise.
The Introduction ot the resolution crea
ted considerable surprise, and wide dis
cission followed, confined entirely w
colored Republicans, most of whom fa
Frolinbllll V Hint Urern II.
(ilvvn I he "U. II."
WHAT WILSON THINKS.
ASiuMiTo.v, April 2fl. Bluford Wil
son has been here lor a day or two, and
is confident that the Iinstow martyrs are
to Le restored to office. Wilson believes
the report that Commissioner Raum is
to be removed, but he does not believe
that ex-Supervisor Hutton is to succeed
him. Raum s menus say iiiai wcreiary
Mierman has assured Raum that no
change is contemplated.
Is hereby eiven that default havinu been
made for more than sixty days in the pay
ment ol a portion ot tui: amount secured
to be paid by a ccitiin mortgage executed
tiy .Mrs. .Julia k. r arriu lo Mtinuct staats
Taylor aud Edward l'araon, trustees of
the Cairo city property, dated September
iota its. 4 ami recorueu, in me recorders
otiice of Alexander county, iu the state of
Illinois in book u, cn page 1 .!.", etc. 1, the
undersigned, sucessor to said trustees, wl 1
on (Saturday, the lJtli day ot May instant,
A. I). 1-S77. t lo o'clock in the forenoon ot
that day, under ami by virtHe of the power
ol sale contained in said mortgage, sell at
public auction to tbe highest bidder for
cash, at th office buildinx of s. S. Taylor,
corner Washington avenue and Eighteenth
street, in said city of Cairo, In Alexandi r
county and state of Illinois, lots numbered
15(tifteeni; 10 (sixteen), (thirty-three),
and 84 (thirty-four; in block numbered i
(two) in the fourth addition to the suid city
ot Cairo; according to tbe recorded plat
thereof, with the appurtenanacs, to satisfy
tli e purr oses and conditions of said mart
Dated Cairo, Ills , May lt, 1877.
s. staats Taylor,
Trustee of the Cairo City l'raperty.
I hereby ulven that default having been
tnadu for 'mure than sixty ouysiu the pay
ment ot a portion of tbe amount secured to
be paid by certain mortgage executed by
Max Kuhue and Michael .lunginericr tb
Samuel Staats Taylor and Kdwin l'arsonx
trustee" of the Cairo city property, dated
July 'Jfith, 187;J, recorded in the recorder's
office, ol Alexander Connty, in tbe State
of Illinois, in book li ot deeds; on pa?e !J.
etc. I. the undersigned, successor of said
Trustees, will on Saturday, the 12th day of
May, instant, A. 1)., lfs"7, at 10 o'clock, in
the forenoon ot that day, under and bv
virtue of the power of sale contained in
aid Mortgage. ell, at public auction, to
the highest bidder, lor cash, at the nthVe
building of S. S. Taylor, corner of Wash
ington avenue aad Klghteenth street, in
said City of Cairo, iu Alexander County
iiiiuoi. iuu nuniDereu
Dutfiil Cairo. 111.. M.ivlst. IsTT
Trustee of the Cairo City Property
is hereby given that default having
been made for more than sixty days in the
payment of a portion ot the amount secur
ed to be paid by a certain mortgage exe
cuted by James Kennedy to Samuel Staats
Taylor and Ed win l'arsons, trastees of the
Cairo city property, dated November 2d
lt72., recorded in tli recorder's otliic ol
Alrxandercounty in the state of Illinois,
in book ' I'," ot deeds, on page It'J, etc. I,
the undi signed successor to said trustees
will or Saturday the 12th day ol May, in
stant A. 1, 1877 at 10 o'clock, in the fore
noon of that day. under and by virtue of
the power ot sale contained in said mort
gae, sell at public auction, to the highest
bidder for cash at the ottice building ol 8.
S. Taylor, corner of Washington avenue
and Eighteenth street, In said citv of Cairo,
in Alexander county and state of Illinois lots
numbered 24 (twenty-four!, 25 (twenty
tive), 2(J (twenty-six), 27 (twenty-seven), 2tJ
(twenty eight) in block numbered uO(ninety)
in the first addition to said city ot Cairo, ac
cording to the recorded plat thereof,
with the appurtenances to satisfy the pur
poses and condition of said mortgage,
Dated Cairo, Ills. May 1st, 177.
8. staats Taylor,
Trustee ol tha Cairo City l'roperty.
Is hereby givon that default having been
made for more than sixty days iu the pay
ment of a portion of the auiouut aecuredto be
paid bv a certain mortgage executed by
William ltracke to Huuiuel Staats Taylor
and lid win Parsons, trustees of the Cairo
city property, dated April 2Mb, ls-73, and
recorded In the recorder's oilice of Alex
ander county in tho State ol Illinois, in
book t ol deeds, on pae . 1, the under
signed successor to said trustees, will on
Saturday, the 12th day of May instant A.
D. 177, a 10 o'clock, in the foreuoou of
that dy under aud by virtue or the power
of sale contained in said mortgage, sell at
public auction to the highest bidder, for
cash, at ths office building ol S, is. Taylor,
corner ot Washiugton avenue aud Eigh
teenth street, in said city ot Cairo, in
Alexandercounty and state of Illinois lots
numbered 1 (one), aud 2 (two),in block num
bered 35 i thirty-five in the fourth addition
to said city of Cairo, according to the re
corded plat thereof, with the appurte
nances, to sativfy the purposes and condi
tions ol said mortgage.
Dated Cairo, IbV.May 1st, If.;;.
S. K i a ats Tailor.
Trustee ot the Cairo City l'roperty.
STEATT0N & BUD,
AOENTS ASLERIOAK POWDH 00
57 Ohio Levee.
.1 'I '- L V VJ VI
(seven) anu n (eirut) in niocw numbered
".'1 levrnty-three); in said (.tiy of Cairo,
according to the recorded plat thereof,
with the appurtenances, to satlsty the pur-
hA.b. anil .nnl i V i ..na rtf caiil f i. .,'.. n
FIBS! Fl! Fl!
WATER! WATER! WATER!
Furnishing Goods, Hats,
Trunks, valises, Etc., Etc., Embracing the
Of Goods saved from the late fire by
Will bo sold within nozt tbo Thirty Days at a
Come One Come all to Gl OHIO LEVEE.
TEMPLE OF FASHION.
Down go the Prices of
hM hmw ioodii
We are in receipt of the Finest Stock of Cos
GENTS ENGLISH WORSTED CLOTHING
Ever brought to Cairo. Thescjroodsarepurcha.nl by Mr. r'arnbaktr who n-sidts in
ew York, and takes his lime in selecting and buy ini? jurd what thn nmiket
needs and at price to suit tbe times. Vou will do well by calling
on us, to look at our good and prices. We make
A Specialty of Gents' Furnishing Goods and
Stetson's Fine Hat.
FARN BAKER & HAAS.
Corner 7th St. and Commercial Ave. in Winter's Block.
Is hereby given that default having bc n
madejfor more than ) days in the p tvmeut
ot a portion of the amount ecured 'to be
paid by a certain uii.rti:ax(; eiecuted by
Frederick Hamilton to hatnuel StasN Tay.
lor and Edwin raron!, trutte oi tho
Cairo city property, dated November 'JOtli.
173; recorded in the Itecordur' office of
Alexander county, in the State of lllinoU,
in book ti of deeds, on page ti l, I, the tin
dersifrned, uccesnor of aid trunteei, will,
on Saturday, the 12ifi day df May iiihtant,
A. l. 1877, at lo o'clock in the forenoon of
that day, under aud by vir.us ot the power
of ale contained in oaid mortgage. kelJi ,t
public auction, to tut htguect bidder, for
cai.n, at the ottice building of S. j. Taylor,
corner of Washington avenue and 1Mb
street, in raid city of Cairo, in Alexander
county and 8tale ot Illinoin, lot numbered
21 (twenty-onei, In block numbered 41
itorty-loun, in said city of Cairo, accord
leg to tho rtuordod plat thereof, w ith th
appurtenances; to satisfy the puri.oies and
conditions of said mortgage.
Hated Cairo, 111., May Ut, 1 877.
S. STAATS TaVl.nK;
Trustee of the Cairo City l'roperty.
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