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LOCAL NEWS.-
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Time of Arrlvnl nn'lepre or JKaiu.
(Ouro rot unjee, j:ohnmry.Bl')S.TA,i
insirn.. I V
psaiitj.
North rthrotiRn.,.." ii:oun.m..vo:w.i.in.
North (MM ) p.m...J.U:C0 p rU
South (through Hnd way), l.ov n.m......ii:'u,p.in.
South (Memphis A N,o.) 1:00 ndn..... :pg p.mj
nhlolllverroultOi 8;00 p.111...... 0:UQu.m. .-
MiiMfniii-imer roltfcl
Tucsdaj nnd Fridays... 0:00 p.m...... iiPOp.m, ,
Charleston, Mn., Tuesdays , , . ;h
Thursday A StnrHi)s 11:00 h.m.,.,n;00n.in.. t
rhnhns. fleuila Islftmf nnd ,
SnntiiFe O OOp.mrrl. 7:00 a.m. UaU
. f
'Ohio ltivp toiltc depar la every clay exrvpt Monday.
J. JI. tillAHAMi P.M.
For oysters, go to Louis Herbert and prp
euro Fomc of lij Mobile Shell Oysters.
Tho bargains given by Goldstlno & 'Koson
water in calicos, muslins, and nil staplo arti
cle in the drv goods line, is attracting tho
attention of all prudent tmycrs.lf
yusted!
A No. 1 circular sawyer. Aimly to me at
tho mill, Fortieth street, Ohio lcroe.
fob!3d3t , Isa j Williams.
Tho gymnastic class Is n success. You can.
Join ii at any time, um .Ur.'Jlurllngham will
givovou tho drill nlrc.uly given to tho class
without extra charge. Ladles and gontlcmon
aro invited to visit on Monday nnd Friday
evenings, nt Philharmonic hall. fcbll3t
YUMEII.
At tho St. Charles hotel, immediately, some
good, experienced flrt class girls, t6 MI posi
tions as chambermaids, dining-room girls and
in tho laundry. Those who can bring good
recommendations and aro not afraid to work
will bo employed at good wages and prompt
pay. fl3tf Jkwktt Wilcox & Co.
niii:: mien hiikiu
Water I water!! water 11 1 Great induce
ments 1 bargains 1 bargains 1 Tho stock of
clothing, furnishing goods, boots, shoos, &c,
tfcc, which was saved bySternhoimcr& Marx
from the late lire, will be sold at 00 pgr cent,
less than cot, at their new placo of business,
JS'o. 84 Ohio levee. Call soon and secure bar
gains, as the goods will bo sold at a great sac
ritko, by order of tho underwriters.
NOTICE TO TAX.I'AYKKS.
Notice is horeby given to tho tax-payers of
Alexander cqunty, Illinois, t'mt for the pur
po.o of collecting tho state, county, district,
school, special, pauper and court houso taxes
now due for tho year A. 1). 18C8, ! will bo in
myoffieo in tho citv of Cairo during tho
month of February, each day from 10 o'clock,
a.m. until -l o'clock p.m.
1 will bo at the storo-bouto of M. I). Gun
tier, in Oooh- Island precinct, on Monday,
March Ut, 1800.
At the house cf Thomas Martin, esq., in
Dog Tooth precinct, on Tuesday, March
2, 1800.
Dated at Cairo, 111., February 1, 1BCP.
I.oUH .mykiw.
Eherurand cx-OIEr .o Collator of Alexander county.
Ulluols. febJwJt 1
Caln, Illinois February 15, 1S3.
We, the iiiiiIcr.siKiied candtdateM
for clly (ifllci'M or Micfltjr of fairs,
hrnly lK'iIj;o oiir.HUoM te akMe
tlu- result oftlio piiuiury dtlB.
JOir II. OREBLY,
J JONKIMI B. TAlXOll,
J. II. IIHiUPIIMETH,
Josi:jr auxolu,
1 WM. T. IIUKRWART,
1A.V MART1IY,
Ii. .l.ttlYUNK.
JAl:S UYAN,
J4UIJN CIlltltAK,
JOII.MIYIiAND.
W. ItAIHHICJK.
I'ATItICK MOClKIiCB,
JOH N 1. IIKIjY,
H. NIIANXKSNY,
JOIIX I. FAOIK,
Whon the logality of a vote is quwtlonod,
during tho primary election, this afternoon,
tho following pltdge of honor shall bo ten
dendt." tho party offering the vote, and if
ho sign it, his ticket shall be received. If ho
refuse to lgp it, hi voto mint be rejected.
Tho pledge is in follow, i
''I hercb declare as a man of honor that I
will voto for and uo all honorable means
within my power to ocuro tho election of tho
nominees orthis primary election, and that I
am a legal voter of this ward."
Evory man who votoi at tho primary elc
tlo'i to-day, pledgrf his honor as a man, by
the act of voting, that ho will support the
ticket that is nominated, without scratching
a name. Every man who Is suspected of a
purpose to loavo ofl'ii singlo nominee, should
bo promptly challonged; and if he rsfuso to
subscribe to tho pledgo provided for such
cases, his voto must bo rejected. Let this bo
remembered.
Skiff &Gaylord's minstrels held forth last
night to a crowded houso. The performance
was of n first claw character, so said, and gave
very general satisfaction. Tho company em
braces sovcral porformers of decldod talent In
their line, nnd is no doubt superior to any
that has yet visited this section of the coun
try. The closing performance will U given
this evening. ,
The votes of undecided radieals must be
rigorously excluded. Any nun whoii un
willing to pledgo himself to an active support
of tho whole ticket that is nominated, is not a
lognl votsr at tho primary election; and If
any such aro permitted to vote, there will
U Just grounds for complaint and dtssatlsfac
tlon. Lot the polls, In this regard, bo vlcl
lantly watched. b ' 8
Wo aro pained to Icara of tho continued
and aorlous Illness of our fellow-townsman,
John Q. Harman, F.q., clork of tho circuit
court. His caso is of an aggravated charac
ter, difficult to munagc, and, although his
physicians havo not dtspairod of his recovery,
w vonuneraonv aim suuortng in tho most fa
vorablo issue, must bo protructod and severe.
We cunnot too earnestly urge democrats to
turn out and vote. Tho unquostloimblo voice
of tho party rami speak. Kadlcal effort will
be paralyzed by It, and It will gtvo "combl
nations" to understand tholr weakness and
futility. Turn out then, democrats, and
Bhow that you nro concerned Jn selecting
your candlduliiS, as you intond to bo in elect
ing them.
JLBIDIHO THK-HEfjUIT.
Tho plouco to ublilo the decision of tho do-
i - . . ' -
'"J "l""5 "J '""'" mu jimmu.
i ".election todny, iins boon'takbtflhn'thoPani
ruiunws 10 do voted ior in uio city nt, nirco.
Tjils'pljglgo, tlms signed, ljuin tho ihnnds of
nearly every democrat lif Cairo. II'. Ui'orc-
fore: vhon lis, ellow-democrnts pronounce
ogninst him. any' cantUdata.chooaoa bidlsro
,grird ihnt pledge, to, disregard tlio c'xjlrossions
.or the will of tb'o mnjprKy, let him meet that
iplpdgoi nt ovory step hlitl turn ho tnkes,
Yhcn men cento to rospeot tho will of tho
majority thoy conso to bo ilumocrnts. "When,
In addition to thlj, thoy violate a pledge of
honor, their. guilt becomes moral us woll ns
political.
"Wo can scarcely imagine Hint nny candidato
voted for to-day can holt tho nominations.
"Wo hnvo cnnvnssbd tho names, and find nono
whoso honor as men nnd whoso firmness as
democrats wo can distrust for a moment. Wo
can scarcely concelvo it possible that n singlo
ono of thorn can prove recreant to himself
and his party. Wo can forcsco nothing but
a graceful submission (after a littlo sorencis
,and disappointment) upon the part of every
ono. And foreseeing this, wo foresee, also, n
chap-fallen set of radicals radicals who have
been denied tho keen pleasure of tearing
ngapo tho wounds of disappointed nnd disaf
fected candidates-; the plcasuro irritating
their sores and encouraging their resentment.
The names boforo us point us to no other re
sult, and passing them in rcvlow wo can
scarcely connoivo any other as among tho
possibilities. Timo will toll, howevor. Strang
er things may happen than havobcon dreamed
of in our philosophy.
j. no radicals aro leciing aiieau lor soro
heads; witness tho following in thismornin
'Times':
There is no doubt but there will bo any
amount of fraud practiced, nnd hundreds of
men allowed to voto who hnvo no rmht to. or
reaiiv navo not a rcsiucnco m uairo.
Have wo a candidato in tho Hold who will
be caught, if defeated, by such chaff as tho
above, that the radicals may throw out to
them ?
Look nt tho names of our judges and clerks,
Aro they scoundrels, or oven trickstors? Aro
they inon, who, after pledging their honors to
conduct tho election fairly, will permit hun
dreds of men to voto "who have no right to,
or do not livo in Cairo?" Thoro is not a man
in Cairo who thinks so; or thinking so, dare
say sol Thoy nro honest, conscientious gen
tlemen, all of them, and will as sedulously
guard tho ballot-lxx from fraud to-day, as
thoy will their own honors from blemish.
Hundreds of Illegal voters I Quito an inge
nious bait for "soro-hoadi," Mr. 'Times ;' nnd
If nny "bite," for goodness sako hook 'cm so
curoly. THE Sul'TIIVriJiTKlt.N KOifltlMTK (OJUU.NV.
Editor Bulletin : Plensosay that theSouth
western (not tho lorthwcstcrn) Insuranco
Company of Cairo paid Messrs. D. Hurd S:
Sons 2,310 -U for goods destroyed at Colum
bus, Ky, on the 7th of December last. Theso
goods were Insured in the "Southwestern" to
various points on the Mobile and Ohio rail
road. The lo, as you correctly sav. wa
promptly paid as soon a a proper adjustment
could b made. B. S. II.
Dullard s Panorama of Now York City,
will le exhibited at th Athencum in this city
next Monday, Tuesday nnd Wodnosday.
This wonderful painting has a world-wide
reputation, gained not through the fulsome
pral.es of the press, but by Its intrinsic merit
It embraces a view of seven and a half miles
of shipping, the battery, Castlo Garden, life
In Broadway, and. altogether carries the be
holder, on a forty -one milo excuslon through
the inot notable portionl of Gotham. Whoro
ever exhibited It has called out audiences of
thoutandt, and; tho universal testimony Is
that as a work of art it stands unsurpassed.
The advertisement may be found in another
portion of to-day's paper.
Tho International i'neiflo railroad bill Is
not involved in the Omnibus bill that has ox
cited so much disfavor In congress; but
stands alono, on Its own merits. Ax it asks
no land grants, but simply ii governmental
guarantee of interest on bonds, it standi upon
a much more favorablo footing than the Om
nibus bill.
An Individual holding u situation on a
Cairo packet, mistook thu hoiuo last night,
and waked up this morning In tho domlcil of
a mulatto woman. Tho crime being of n
character quite ditlicult to adjust to any ex
isting ordinance, it was, by a happy thought,
catalogued with "public indecencies," and us
such punished. Tho offender having no
money wax permitted to go at largo, on tho
strength of fair promises.
MlscengonationisU should mukv a noto
this.
of
HOIT.L AU1IIVAI.S.
(Tli6 81. Charles Hotel, 1'rlday, fehruar) II)
II II IlovkwMI. Chlcscoi J JwoIm. HI I.ouU:
DHHnwil, J,ouIllll;
J A Glbtm, cltyj
U IUyit. Kuntaii:
8 V Kmurt, 111 ;
I) h l'ntkrr. citr:
O Ii Ilinnpley, Kansas;
OWin.ton.clty,
V II Chsrunun, Contrails;
O Will. Cincinnati;
W T Wntxi. I'hllM.i
4 u i.tiiiiviiiis, rim.;
u U Dftou, (;iiicinnii;
J M Hlchar.UA w., Clilc.l It U ItooUick, DuQuoln;
O K lUclisriin, J llljeiu, So V.x Co.;
w uiwvut, N. l.oun; u ii vriiKson,
W II Hrqith, N. Y.; H It Barton, lioskm;
W II Flcmluir. lln.l.m: W It Klerton. N. Y.t
J B Iturk, Washington.
RIVBR NEWS.
Pr List for the tit Hour cadlas; at
Two 'clock, P. M.
AHHtVALH.
Oen. AnJerson Colnm.j Wm. White, Paduoah;
BiUttr Muon, Mcmphlsj Quickstep, UransTille;
M.UsmUeton. Coosa,
Virginia, N.O.; Luminary, Ht. I.oult;
Oroeshrck, 11 Ham Brown.
Loulsrlllc, Emma Mo. S, mttsburg,
UKPABTUKS0.
(ln, Anderson, Colum.i m. White, I'aduc&h;
iuota, Mitinpiiia; hi
Sllrer Moon, Oinclnuati;
M. HamblDton, Kram,;
liroesoecK.
Vimlnla, IoulTilie:
l.umlnury, Vicksburtt;
Tyrouf, Kanhville;
Kmma No. 3. N. 0.
Kmma no. a, rt. u.i
Louisville, LoulsTllle;
Tho briuht nnd beautiful weather has
dU-
appeared and this morning's light carao to
dimly througlt a heavy mass of threatoni
ui
iiouu. About it A.M.. Mm wind commnn
ced rising nnd tho gusts havo been Increasing
in violence until our report closes, although
no danger is approhonded unless uomo adven
turous flutboatman should attempt to navi
gate our rivers with a boat too heavily Indtn.
Tho Mississippi is still receding slowly nt
bt. Louis, with eight feet water In tho chan
nel to that city.
The Ohio is nearly stationary at Pltta-
Tiurff, but rise of ten -feel oulpf tho, Jva
nawhn afeU Anollfef-offillno ftoUi MTCcn
tueky river, will mako ,it rise rapidly to-day
'nt both Cincinnati and Lottiisvillis.T jTJrero isr
nino foot water at Pittsburg and six feet olgV
inches In tho chute over tlio tans at Jjouis
v Ho.
Hero tho river remained stationary, about
twclvo JrourSJ b'uWnbwrisin slowly? Blripo
dark last night it has risen about tnrao inui:
cs.
rtucinr... to .1111 f,ilr
Tho Ooosn nddod nbout- off "tons flour'
niul sumlrloa fnr Armnoliis nnd way nolnts
Tho Virginia discharged 7 hhds sugar nnd
n few paokni;es groceries. ,
'rhoiWhito;,.rr.uL'ht CO hUs' flour for OV
If, Wllllninson, 37 bbls potatoes for Thoinns
A: Green, 101 bundles wagon stuff for C. 31.
Wooiiwnrd, nnd 1)5 bbis mcnit, -,oi punaics
hubs for reshlpmrht south. ' ' '
Tho Quickstep brought 24 bbls potatoes for
Thomas & Grcon, 60 ditto for 1J. Hurd &
Sons. 25 tikes household Roods for Mrs. Ed-
son, nndr452 pieces hollow waro, 29 hhds ba
con, 171 bbls potatoes, 37 bbls whlskoy, 14
pkgs eggs nnd butter, 19 pkgs sundries for
reshlpment south. - - '
Tho Luminary discharged afowtonB Cairo
freight and received about 80 tons assorted
freight for roshinmcnt to Vlcksburg nnd way
points.
Tlio .Lousvnio dlsciiargeti noro a units
sugar, lo bbls tar.
Tho establishment of a now packet lino Is
alwnvs attended with moro or less oxpense,
nnd tho first boats aro usually moro or less
troubled to mako oxnenses for n littlo whilo
until thoir efforts nro npprcclntcd. Wo nre
sorry to sav tho Mollio Hamblcton, our pi-
oncor pnekot in tho Cairo and Memphis trade
found no freight to return with from Mem
phis this trip, nnd a her owners could not
afford to loso so much monoy as would bo In
volved by inakinir the trip with nothlnc in
sight to repay them, thoy woro compelled to
accept n load of cotton for Evansvllle. Thoy
tried to obtain n privilego of rcshipping at
tniroon our jsvansviiio pacKcts, but could,
not obtain a rato sufficient to justify it, and
was compelled to tako it through. The Ham
blcton has no design or dcslro to abandon the
i-airo ami Aiomplns trailc, nowover, anil will
leave hero for Memphis on Tuesday evening
next nnd on her return will lay over hero
until her noxt rrmilnr dnv. Fridav went. Tl
is honed thnt our merchants and shlnntr will
give this neat little packet nil tho encourage
ment nnd business In their power, as a regu
lar packet bctweon this citv nnd MnmnhU
will hoof great pecuniary benefit to Cairo.
Tho Cumberland. Cant. Ben. Hnu-itr,!. to
tho regular Cairo and Evnnsvlllo packet this
evening.
Tho White. Cant. Northern : clnrk. .Tim.
mio Beverly. Is tho regular CairOi nnd Tadu
cah packet this cvenini;.
Tho Nashville. Cant. Wllov Simmi. is thn
regular Cairo and Nasbvillo packet to-mnr.
row, Sunday, evening.
Tho Lady Gav is tho reorular' nacknt fnr
New Orleans and way points this ovenlng.
j.110 ivrxnaua is mo Cairo ana vansvilIo
nscket to.mnrrnw. Stimlnir nvnntm.
I - - - ........ V I V. 1 1 1 II 1
Tho Eello Memphis Is the regular packet
for Memphis this ovenlng.
The Gerard I). Allen will lo hern thl even.
Ins bound for lied Itlvor and Shrovonort.
direct something new in stoamboating.
The Marble City was raising steam to eo
to St. Louis, at noon, after having been laid
up at this port over two months.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
3T EXCURSION JB
to Kfiw yop OT
THROUGH IN
TWO
HOURS'
PANOEAMA
or
NEW YORK'CITtr
JAKKH TUK arXCTATOR '
J"ortyOao ZssC llesi
Titnoi'uii vita
Streets of XowfYorlitCity,rt
rAiTiiriiLi.viiiowiio the
Business, Bustle & Confusion
HU HAS A VIEW 01' MORK THAU.
700 Horses and Carriages.
and vrtVAaps or r 1
10,000 OF ITS" PEOPLE,
1) MilcHof H!iliijiiug&8tcumcrs
VroctJiiori-, IJlilitatiiQiiipHntu,
Bauds of Masio, Chipping, Stoamboats 4o
Ati 1 :). IaIu'iiIi iHiiiKxplanalnrylA-fturewlU
l-f 1 (.iviii mtu'h valuable kin. u ledge Of
may YostBi nn ST8 rKOPI.E,
cTxii i. i.nisiitjiii'i' ! iirftniii;er. ami of et iu-ral
ur.a t.i.u.aut i.ii'irniUuu Iu 1. VICIt VllOU i".
n fi llurtii.t; l;i 1 llnj; Imvo been placed
on tl.t J'aniiiuMi ilihe'lnst vuitr. at tha
v:, of $3,0(10.
Thn Vr) stul I'alucr on lrc,
SU-wurP .llnrbln 1'iilncc,
Tin; Mtlro;nlJinu Hotel.
ThoHt. Nicholn Hotel,
Taylor's Saloon Jc Iutcrnutional Hotef,
nuIiHcrlnr of Taylor' Naloou,
Tlt rSvurointsj Iloustjof Imlustrrs
;,nriium, Antrrlcun Museum.
Pours upt'it un Imur U'forc Iht I'au'jratna, morea.
v.'(l ehhiuiiej ii m tun,
lata a
1,XZ0s2aiT73MC
o
Monday, Tuesday astd Wdaalair.KvB
lagii February tB, ! svatsl fT,
At half past T o'clock.
3VXsVtl2XOB
Taaadajr -axtd Wadsiasdajr, cousaaaaclsig
at 3 o'elaxk, fhaa.
ADMiaSION....
feblM4t
.35 cents. Children .JS8 cents.
WANTS.
WAWTKO-AleMitder County Orders, at '80 cts.
on the dollar, fur all kinds of Lumber and Dull.
dera' Materials,
1 Mnrpi.ia w ur trill ill
W. W, TUOUNTON,
janiMir
A Card.
A Clergyman, wh:io roaidinK in Bouth America aa a
missionary, discolored a aafo nnd simplo remedy for
tho euro of Nervous Weakness, Karly Decay, Diseases
of tho Uruury uidHeinirud Organs, and the whole train
of dlsordtra bioiijjht on by baneful and vicious hauiU.
Oreiiuinttshivebeuucured by this noblo remedy,
l'rompted by u desire to benefit tho afflicted and un.
fortui'-.t, I wii .Dim ih0 recipe for preparing and
using this inedie.mi, m it scaled rntrlopo, to auy one
who nucds.it, ai: ur cn.so.. Adiirca-.
' JUOKl'il T. 1NMAN
nation D.Uiblo Houso,
fibl-tiilm Sew Torts ttt.
STMMCrAY4!.
JjiO'K NEW OttLBANS.
HsCh ma!;fVlJlCl'.Av'' ""rkp, Ulster,
AaOmmC J loaro Cdro TIIIH RVKNlK-O, Kcl.
nwry 1.1, nt fa o'cloek. tCUAa. T. HINUK, Agent.
F
OK MEMPHIS. '
HlramrrTlF.MiK MK.Ml'Ht.S, (Jrnnp,
mu.tcr. tt'fll Iravnusnbuvu TIIIH KVKV.
1N, February la, at 9 o'clock, , '
i'jiah. t. Jiiiwu;, Agent.
CAIRO AND MEMPHIS
Tho flnTsldn-wheel stofttuer
MOLLii: HAMitn;! oV
H. W. HAMlTOK...Mas(p MAJ.rAUIi .Clerk,
Leaves Cairo for Memphis 'and all Intorinedlalo l.uid
lugs - i , -
Kvery Friday BvciittK on arrival of tlie
Train.
Orilors for 8llnnllei tn Im nnrrliiuinil i.( (!,ilrnnr"Mi.m.
phis promptly attended to as directed.' rinntem nlnng
the river nnd merchnnt.in the. two eltlen will find tho
Ilamhleton to Ijo a mutual benefit, nnd lliolr patronnijo
is respectfully solicited.
For freleht. paxsnie, orMnformntlon npply iin'board
the wharfbontx, or on tho IlAinbleton. fcbOdtf -il
QAIWO AND PADUOAH
T)tly Faolcot.
Tho light Uruught psssenger Htemncr
WM. WIIITK,
It. T. NOItrnEUN Muster.
M, HKV ERI4V Clerk
Will msko reuler DAILY TUIiy between Cairo and
'oilucnh. lenvluu Cairo ererv ercnlnu (Hundatu n-
eentcdl nt llvo o'eloek.
Tho White L'OnnACIl fit I'adlli'ali wltS tlm .Wur Orleana
ami Ohio railroad, and tlio Cmnlxrlutid nnd Tenneieo
rirer packets.
t...-V 1..,.. . , .
rui iiviui ir jmsAgo nupir on iKiarii, or iff
J1. J. JiUUKliKT, ARf nt,
JsnMdtf
Cairo, IlllnolM.
NEW ADVKB'f ISEMENTS.
N
OTICE.
Notion I. heretiv siren tint ilefnult hnrltii- rK-eurred
In tho performance of tho condition nxprensed in a
certain ninrtKaga or deed of trust, executed by (leorge
KrlloKRto tho ltoii'rniil Ceorgo II. Alllsun. Iwaring
dale the lstday of July, lsei, and duly ri-ennled In the
otncnof the Itecorder of Iird, in and for Alexander
county, In theatato uf Illioulu, In lok "L," pao 487,
Ac, iald niortgaft' or deed of trnt conteying lots
numbered seventeen (17) and eighteen (la), in block
numbered thirteen (13). in the city of Cairo, in said
county nnd ritnte, wc, tho nndorslf ned, being the tlulv
nppoinieu a'lininniratura 01 taxi Alllsun, to wnom said
Uiortgige wm made, unci who ii now deceased, will,
un 1 imay
V. the fifth dav of March
neit. A. 1). at
iu o ciock in
the fnrnon of that ilav. under and btr
.iriuo ni iiiu uweri sajo rnniainea in sain mnrigsgo
or deed of trust, sell at publie auction to tho highest
bidder for cnh, atthoottico btiildlnKof tho Trmtcus
of tho Clrrf City Property, at thocornerof Washington
mi riii,. nun j.ikii'i-iiiii Biir., in ..ill v-4(iru, in
said county and Htate, tho above described lots or real
estate, to satisfy the purpose and condition, or said
mortgage or deed of trust. Paid property will I sold
without redemption. CHAPMAN lllDDLK,
FHA.NCW WEST,
Cairo, 111 , Feb. IS, ISffJ-td Admlnlslrators, Si.
JT OTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that def.iult having oenirre-l
In the ixrfonnanco of thn rondlUoni exirssel in a
certain mortgage or deed of trust, executed by I'my
Powera to.the Itewrend (lorge II. Allison, N-arlug
date t)i 2lst day of NorcnihrrrA. I). Istft, and duly
recorded in the office of tho Recorder f Ievds In and
rur Alotaniler county, In tho slat of lllluol, In took
"K," pago 4S4, Ac, said Inortgsro or deed of trust
convetins lots nmntcrel elulitlS) and
block numbered thirteen (13), In the city of Cairo, In
said county and state, we. Ilia umlerslsned. beinir thn
duly appointed administrators of said Allison, to whom
said mortgago was made, and who Is now deceased,
nill.uil riliai kliv lllluu. ut u(i II ult A, l f-rv,
ut 10 o'clock iA tho forenoon of that day, under and by
virtue of tho power of sale contained In said mortgage
or deed of trust, sell atpuhlin auction, to the highest
bidder for cash, at thu oltU'e building of thn Trustees
of the Cairo City I'roperty, at tho corner of Washington
arrnuo ani r.ignicemn sircel, in saiucuy or Mlru, in
said county ana HUte, thn abo?e described lots or real
estate toaaUsfr the
purposes anu conultlnns 01 said
mortgago or ded uf trus
t. xald property will 1 sow
wunoui reuempiion.
CIIAI'MAN lUDDLK,
FlUNCISWtHT,
"?aIro, 111., Feb. 13, 1863-1
Admlnltrntortlc.
N
OTICE
.r-... 1 .k... v.-(- . 1-
is nvreuy giveotsoa. avswuis naTiaa; occurraa in
the performance of the oondlUons expressed in a csr
tain mnrtsage or drd of trust, zrcoted by Joshua
Cushln,Joho Cuthinc and Ueore T. Cushing, to
Hemusl HtaaU Taylor and Kdtiia 1'srsoos, Trustees
of the Cairo City Property, beenni date the 6th day
of May. ISM, and duly recorded In the oRIce
et the Kecomsr of Dee is, tacaal'for Alexander
county, in ths tilats of Illinois, In Book ?.ofDds,
on peg It, Ac, sa'd morlttsg ordesd of trust con.
re tin Iota numbered six t), seven IT) and eliht (s).
In block numbered fifteen (14), lo the first addition to
the city of Cairo, In said couuty and elate, we, the
undersigned, said Trustees, will on FrldSy, the 51 h
dsy of March next, A. D. 1IC9, at 10 o'clock In the
lorenoon of that dsy, under and by virtue of the
power of sale contained in said Mortgsge or deed of
trust, sell, at I'ublic Auction, to lite bights! bidder,
for cash, at the otnee building of said Truttees, corner
of WaatlDglon avenue and higbteeoth street, In asid
ally (d Cairo, in said county and titale, the above
described rest estate or lots of land, to satisfy the
purp&iuts and condiUons of said mortgage or deed of
truit, Hsld prorty will 1 sold without redemption
and adeed will be exeouted to the purchaser on such
sale. B. STAATH TAVLOH,
KDWIN I'AIWONS,
Trustees of the Cairo City I'roLerty.
Dated, Cairo, 111., February U.IB1. dtd
J-OTIOE ,
Is hereby given that default having occurred In the 1
performance of the conditions exprsastd Iu acertaln
mortgage or deed of truit, executed bv Joshua Cush
lug, John Cuibing and lisouin T. Cuahlni, to Hnmuel
Blasts Taylor and KJslu 1'srsoos, Trustees of thn
Cairo City l'roerty, beanngdato thn SOih dsy cf
March, 1801, and duly recorded In the olfice of the
Itecoreer of Deads in and for Alexander county, in
the titate of Illinois, in Hook 1'. of tlseds, on page &,
Ac, ssld mortgage or dd of trust couvrylng lobt
numbornd one (I), two (3), three (3), fottr(l)niid live
(3), in block numbered nfteen (15), in he tlrslaildition
to tho city of Cairo, in said county and tjti, we, the
undersigned, s.tid Trustees, will on Friday, the 51 h
day of .March next, A. I. M'J, at 10 o'clock In the to re
noon of that day, under and by virtue of the power
of a. Is contained in said Mortgage or deed of trust,
sell, at I'ubtie Auction, to the highest bidder, lor
cash, at the office building of said Truiti.es. comsr
of Washington avenue and Eighteenth street, in said
city of Cairo, In ssld county and State, the
above described real estate or lota of land to satisfy
the purposes and conditions of mid inotlgau ordeed
of trust. Maid property will be sold without iudemp
lion, and a deed will be executed to the purchaser on
such sale. 3. 8TAATM TAT LOR,
KDWIN I'AllStlNd,
Trustei sof the Cairo City 1'roperty.
Dated, Cairo. HI., February 1J, IbtW. dtd
"OTICK TO IIONDHOLUEUS.
, Notice Is hereby given to the holders of pad duo
Bonds of thn city of Cairo, that there remain" in tho
inking fund, aaprovided under Ordinance 74, the sum
of nine thousand, three hundred and eighty dollars.
I will receive proposals at my odtceon Mouday, Feb.
ruary tl, lU8, for the wdo to thecity ofauch bonds on
the terms and conditions specineil In section 4. of said
ordinance.
J. MAKTIN.
feblldlot
City Comptroller.
JAND FOR SALE.
Fiftr.slx acres of land six miles north of Mound
City, in Iulaski county, Illinois, three miles cast of
Villa Kidge ; 33 acres Improved land under good fence,
aa orchard of 100 apple trees, good fruit, four good
never-failing springs lies on the road leading from
Caledonia to Villa Ridge.
A bargain can bo had In the above premises if ap
plied for to me at an early day,
MASVT A. WALLACE.
. feblOdlw Seventh street, near Wash. Ar.
glLEOTION NOTICE.
Pnbllo notice Is hereby given that thero will be a
special election held for the purpose of electing an
Alderman In tho Hucond Ward to fill the vacancy occa
sloncd by the icsignation of Albert Husaukn, on Tucs
day theld d-.y of February, 18KJ, at thoenglno houso
of the Arab Firo company, on Commercial avenue, op
posite Heventh street.
auu puuuo nonce is aiso given mai uicro win no u
special election held for tho purpose of electing an Al
derman in the Third Ward, to rill tho vacancy occa
sioned by tho resignation of Jauiva llyan, ou Tuesday,
the 13d day of Fobrilary, 18C9, at the ottlco of 1), 8lmn
nessy, police magistratu, corner of Washington arcnuo
ui, tnt-11111 Biruvi
Ily order of the city council.
feUtd JOHN P. FAOIN, City Clerk.
D
I8SOLUTION NOTICE.
The firm of Parker A Phillips has this dav Un ills.
solved by mutual consent. Dyas T. Parker Is author
ised to receive all monies due, and pay all tho Indebt
edness of the firm. D.T. PAIIKER,
a, isav-aiw tuu&u. t'ltiiiiiiro.
hind.eWmVi.
CAlRrtCIIV Cllt(),TUASMtBCO.
ni'soAt;
I .
VTIIMirBOAT.
gJHAS,.fT HINDE,
m
PORWAUIlN(J AND COMMISSION
!
i
G-BNT,
AIOJi'liAXSFJill' COMPANY
c.to jlt.tmh.
ThrniiKh llllla of I.nilltiK K'vrii to alt
Avuilnble I'oinU by Hull or Water.
tf. , . one i '
Ali ATTF'a'TION TO FOHWAItDlNO.
BSJTK1T.CI
TLANTIO AND MISSISSIPPI
STKAJttSIIIP CIOMIMX
COMPKOMISE LINE STEAMERS
TO
3V3E3X1V O H. Xi 33 J. 3NT 1
T1IK HTKAMKHH
W. n. AUTIIl'H ..CAHTEIt. Master,
i.Aui uai . ...iii'iiis, iua.ter,
HUTU PKHItAM. Master.
t'AUt.I.VK CAJtItOI.L.MVIHTK. Mler,
HIHMAHCK MKNTUIKKN, Master
lilZZIK UlLI O'NKIL, Mastor,
COMMON WKAI.TI1 COSI.V, Master,
OLIVK UHANCI1 I(1NKM, Master,
CONTINENTAL ..OltEKMIUUll Slaifr
Comprising all the flne.l and Inrgett bontu out of Ht,
Lotus.
Oiiiof Ihealjove lino of iteainers will leave Cairo
for New Orleans o (try other day, connocUng at Ke
Urleans with Ocean Lino of Hteutncr to
Liverpool, New York, Ilnaton, anil tJalvea
tou, Texas.
Passenger and Wilppers can rely on one of the;
Uiats leuvlnit diiro punctually iu nliove. Will pi)
particular attention to all way freight twlow Meinphr.
to urieans. uiiaa. i. ni.Tur.,
fleriernl Auent. Culro.
OMlee, on AVliarnSt, I'ublic landing
HISnON, lai(jni!er and Ticket Agent.
, at Ht. Charles Hotel.
F.D. F
OlHce
M
EM PHIS AND ST. LOUIS
I.OKXT
oo3vr2rSkjonsr
LINK OK
H T K A M i: R S.
The following lloL. ompoo this Lino and will ti
run in the following order
M. K. SOltMYTII.
MAHI1LK CITV ,
CITY OK ALTON ....
IIKI.I.K MKMl'JIIb.
CITY OK CAIllO.
7.i:i(ll.i:il, Master,
..CO.VWAT, Master,
..TIIOMI-sON. Muter.
..t'KANK, Master,
.MAI.I.N, Master.
Prompt attention will bu aid to all builuess la
trusted to the earn of these busts.
Freight and Ticket Otlion in company wharf-bott, in
front of City National Hank.
OUAH. 1. 1IINDK, General Agent
F.I). F. HISSO.V, Ticket and Passenger Agent.
MEM I'll IS, WHITE
MTTJiK, K
ItlVKIl AND
, KOUK
UNITKD 8TATK3 MAIL LINE.
JOII.V H. UAVIH, tSup'l, . Memphis, Tennet.
Tho spluniliJ sido-wlieil
PASSKXUEK STEAMERS
MAYKLOWKH, COMMEItCIAI. and
LIUKHTY So. !4,
Ieaio Memphis every TlTESIAr, Till ItSDAY al
HATUKDAT, at 6 p.m., for White Ititer. i-onntctlnxav
Duvatl's lllutls
wiiii iite eiemniiis nnu i.in
1 the Memphis nnd Little Hock KaiJ
roai tor l.lllle lUvk and Hot spring,
ot rinrinm, Time &.ui
Memphis to Little Hock, 41 hours.
Freights and Fassengers receipted oer the alsxe
IJno at lower rates than any other route.
CIIA3. T. lllNDK; Agent, Cn ro. I!'
. tt . i '"Ornceon hrf b.v
gT.' louis oai utifys rvlyibksuvRc,
Thu splendid
lUNHi)uirer Ntvamvi-H
ItUBICOX IIUKl M.ter,
jy'A.... I.IM'KWOtlD.MaU-f
IitlMINAKV .-..I.l'KKIt, Master.
II. M.SIIUKVi:, ..CAItTKII, Master
I'mss Cairo going upstream every ed'SDAT an I
TUK'jDAY, and on flow n trip owi Till IbjDAT nai
KUNDAT, making closo ronu'tion xij(l
a'lcksliurK and Meridian Itallrond,
Hrltna niul Mrrldlan Itullrond
ASI
.N'evv Orleans, Jacksoa nnd Oreat Northern
Hnllrouil.
Through rtx'eipts given to nny and nil points on-thx
said roads, with I'sokebi for rnioo Ither
Hpecial attention gtvrn to all uaj bus'nosj Utuwe.i
Cairo nnd VirksUirg.
CIIAS. T. HINDI:, (icnt-ral Agent.
Oltlgp ou Wliarf-boat
gJVANSVILhE AiND OAlltO
X:ws.OJa:X3a, OOXsXX,iaZTT'
Consisting' of tho following
pSjiIonillil Psmciiger StcRBtm :
ARMADA,
DUSOUOHKT..... Master FOWLF.lt ..Ore k
Leaves Cairo Punday and Thursday at C p.m.
CtUICKUTKP.
DEXTElt Master flRAMMEIl .CW-tls
Leaves Cairo Tuesday and Friday at 5 ji.ni.
CUMBERLAND,
HOWARD , ......Master YVMOHT Xlerk
Leaves Cairo Wednes.day and Saturday at 5 p.nw
Making all Intermediate lauding, and paying par
tietilar attention to racket Freights.
CHA9. T. HINI1K, (leneral Agent,
Office on Wharf-boat.
J-ASIIVILLE AND OAIEO
Composou ot tlio tollowine
TKA.It:iCS:
SIMS Master IIAltl'El! t:nk
Leaves Cairo every Sunday at 6 p.m.
TALISMAN,
6TKONO Master EOAN clerk.
Leaves Cairo every Tuesday ut 6 p.m.
TYHONK,
UAHMON..... Mailer I WEAVE It Clark
Leaves Cairo every triday nt 0 p.m.
swflpcclal attention given to way business betwtea
Cairo and Nashville.
. . ... CHAB. T, JUINDK, Ocneral Agon
decSt 'Md oflj,10 ou WharftKMl.

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