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flmtr'trr'v"! n,Ml t-l,nrt,,re of nlu'
' (Cairo Olllce, fc-lTtinry "J, 1800 )
(Time in closing.)
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Charter Election, Tuesday, February 3.
JOHN II. OllKIUil.
For City Attorney,
LOUIS P. ntTXEIl.
Kor City Treasurer,
For City Clerk,
For City Marshal,
For Alderman First Ward.
', V. TIIKOItOIiD.
For Select CouitUi
r Kc Aldermen Second Ward.
JOHN AW .McKEE.
It. M. HCIiEN, For Vacancy.
For f elett Council.
P. V. 1IAHCI.AY.
ror Alc'cr.nen-Tlilrd Ward.
Win. hO.MiKliAKi i
O. U'.lIEA'imrCKS, Vacancy.
v For s in t Council.
A For Aldermen I'ourlb Ward.
l.t bcl it t iiliicll.
For Select Council, fruln the Cily nt I.irgfl.
.. , S. I). WILLIAMSON,
, J-;orc oysters, go i J.uuis ncroon aim iui
' rurO'iidrno of his Mobile Shell Oysters.
..',i:!H.' u. . -
PlnnU'niid garden seed, warranted to bo
tiiq'grpwthof 1808, for mlo by "William M.
The bargains givon by Goldstino & Eoson
nntur in' callow, imtlin, nml nil staplo arti
tltt in'tlrt dry gwli line, Ii uttrncting tho
attention of ..U pi lubrtit bttyonuf
At tire BL Oniric hotel, immediately, somo
.jo4, taperiwicod llrstclais girls, to llll ic"i-
tlaiff & ehambermnlds, dining-room girls mid
. InltoUiHtidry. Thoso who can bring good
recommendations mid uro not afraid to work
will bb employed at good wages and prompt
pay. fl at f .I k w ktt AV i i.cox it Co.
3. . tl -I . 1
Jntnon Jnekon and A. Smith words' arrest
ee by CulUhan ami Dwyor, Saturday evening,
Sot fighting. Enquire Shunnossy uotNregnrd-
jng tlio belting iwclt bad given tho other it
ittlllcient jmnlsbmunt, lined both of them
Having no money, tlioy arcdeud-heuditig it ul
botol do Strntihal.
Quito a commotion (momentary only) was
treated in Urn church or tho Kodocmnr, dur
ing tlio forenoon wvico yi'.iti-rday, by tho
fulntlnic of Mr. Henry Candee. Tho prompt
pplicntlon of ro.torativfs brought him to
ohnjIuuiiob, however, in a minutu or
two, '.huu retired.
The loJobri.ti IViiio.MiiiH of Kv Yorh
ally, nhowlng 41 milu of the omplnt city,
seven mIIm of i-hip, rtwiuiwr, etc., ox
Libit ut the Athorj':-.;::. thin ovenlng, mid to
morrow, and "Vcdnoduy at three, and sovon
and a half o'clock ech day. The admli.lon
h only K oente, childrett S5. Tlio at. I.ouli
imm MV fifty thouound people attended its
ix vcMki' exhibition in that city.
"W iiimuiiw in iinothw column, the name
f 3tr. AV. -M. llavidum, In wnnection with
tk otto of oity trouxitrt-r. 31 r. Davidson is
x eliver gvatlsmttn, for whom, iiorsnnully,
we ontorUin Uiti highint raspwd, but thu of
ee to which b ailr U Ixtyond bin roucli.
3lr. John HyUnd. th nular noinlneo of
the Dtniocmtic party vf ill bo th next city
irowuror; and all oil or U and outlay of inon
y to prarant sucli a outiiiiimmatlon, will IO
wonw than litUt. It i f'dly to kick against
Tlta fmqutmt fl(hl and dlsturbancei that
ecur in and near tho negro saloon on Com
aieruiul avenue, near Fourth street, (lixtin
j!fh It as tho mt pestiforou don lu tho
A light botweon two nogroes wu? jirogro
Fng In that nnighlMirlmod, this morning, whon
, cmoor laCurthy npiKuired upon tho ground
at a trtaoftmakar. On- of tbo lmlllgercnts, a
Slant lu tlao and itrengtli, turned upon Mc
Carthy, and In tho twinkling 'if an oye, had
httn on his baik and liud cou)uicnced thu
iendikh work of chewing oil' hii Car, cheeks
and note Alderman Gibson being within
tIkw, burrlwl to Ah-Carthys roicuo and llnally
,;alieve him from tlio black ifuuiTn embrace.
AVliila h the act of rWng to hls feet, McCar
ihy' pbtol, which lie had just nnntcheil from
U bolt, was aecidoiitally discharged, the con
tent jfraa'.ng, lut not Injuring tho negro's
: Iii"'. The vlolunva of tho nogro continuing,
It waa found necewary to n(- Imrli muanFi to
' Lrlufc him to hU tetiac. It U pi-okible, theto--,
Sid, that hu l now nuUferlng komewliut from
.w an uUftek of hoadaelu. He broke from thu
llhjw, uniH with elhs thut awakoned JCo
tpky oeltotw, drnthi d along tbo streets, until
. igwtttad by AUux. Witlig, to whjm ho tjui
otly ijubinltted. Hj wo corted to tbo cula
"Ummo to HWuit a preliminary oxainiiintion,
hleh waa lxi Ar tomorrow afternoon. Hu
ao doubt, W trjtxl under tlio ordiunneos,
Sbt Ul.ting and resisting nil ollk'ur; ami utidur
ttis criuilnil law, fur mayhem.
Shortly after tho cloO of the ptoeeedings
iirt doUiU-d, Kllon Carpoutor ajipeartHl on
the atreeU, an l in u very oxcitod and bolstor
ous iiianer invad tho ottrsei of Heaven
iipon tho while people of Cairo, for their in
11 .u t r -uttix ntJtfViho negroes. This bois
tc.f ii "i ' n In cl nrgo and under
s&ctiou "H 1 wuj (in J $5 and tlio trimmings.
THE PRIMARY ELECTION.
Tho Vote .lix IDotviJ.
John II.- Ohetly
Fur City JlUvntry
I.. 1'. ltllllcr
for City .Vnrthal
John On mill
tr City Trtnturtf
J. Jt Taylor
Fur ili(t .VagUtrate
For Cttv Cttrk
John 1' Faclli
J. II Hitniplirryi.
j. i'. Jioiy...
I,. J. liyrnc
TUB VOTK FOK AI.BF.ltMK.
First Wanl-F. Thcobold -....109
Pcoonit Wanl Joseph Mcncjtl..... .." 71
JOIIU W. McKf0...m..MM.H.H.....IHHII vl
lot. llonimnl - IS
H. M. Hulcn, Tacnnoy....-- 116
Third Ward Wm. Loncrgw
it. W. Ilonnrlck, vneancy
W. II. SanduMcy - 10
Fourth Wurd-Jwnon Krnnoily 170
Joseph braiiklo ISO
Dan (iullKhrr 49
VOTK POH COUNCILS1K.V.
First Wrd-1. Wilder ....
Ultx t LarKi (! ! WIIIImon i -....Ill
Wm Mm! in W
Peconrt Wnrd-I'. W. Ilnrclny ..-....l
City lit Large-0. 1). Williamson -....IM
Wm. Mkrtin.....M. ....MM..ili
Third Ward T. u'CHlmlmn......-... - f-5
Oitr at I.uraft G 1). Wllllunuoa-........ . . . . i
Fourth Wonl I.onla Jorgtwcn.,
r!iiv at i.nrirp ii. ii. w liiiainiou M
Win. Martin "i
At u meeting of the city control committee,
hold this forenoon, tho returns from tho dif
ferent wards were canvassed, and tin follow
ing gentlemen declared to bo tho nominees of
thodemocratio party for aldermen and select
Alderman 1' Thcabold.
Select Council I, "Wnldcr.
Aldermen .lolm AV. McKcd
Josutih Moudcl, , , 1
II. m. Hulon, forvneanoy.
Soloct Council 1'. W. Unrclny. ,
Third Ward ;
Aldermen AVm. Lonorgiiu, . , '.
(5co. W. Hendricks, vacancy.
Select Council T. OX'nlllhan.
Aldermen .lamci" Kennedy,
.losoph IJnuiklo-.- '
"Solect Council houii .JorgenJon. '
Select Council, from tho City at Largo.
Geo. V. "Williamson,
Tho gvuriutftio claw i ti ntcceas. "i on can
join it tirany time, and Mr. Jlurlingham will
glvoyoii tho drill already given to tho clas
without uxtra oUargo. Ladles and gentlemen
nr invited to vinit on Monday ntid Vrlday
uting, at l'liilliarmonie hall. fobll'H
tui: oiTosmo oitUAr.iMi.
Tho following pnrajraph wo clip from tho
'Times' of yesterday:
Notick. Tho members of tho late Grant
Club urn requoited to meet at tlio otlico of
George .Fisher, in Avinter s blocK-, to morrow
... ... ' . . 1.
(Monday; evening, ni uvun o uiuth
niteniianco is recjuireu.
order of tlio
It requires no ncutonoss of foresight to un-
dorstaud tho object of tho proposed meeting.
It means an opjoition ticket.
Tlio meeting is called, it will be observed,
at the earliest possible moment after tho pri
mary olection. This Is strictly in accordanco
with radical strategy tho purpose bring to
onlUt the nympathy of the defeated candi
date and their disappointed frionds to in
fluence and uggrnvato as much as possible
tho soreness and disappointment growing
out of Saturday's election.
We have heard it intimated, indeed, that
a candidacy for clerk and treaurer, on tho
new ticket, will bo tendered to two of tho
gentlemen who woro defeated on Saturday;
tut we have not understood, and fchall bo
greatly nurpriod to learn, that the gentlemen
in question propose to accept the Insulting
offer : Nothing oliort of an ungovernable
pom. hunt for otlico could Induce nny man to
openly and hamelusly violate bin word of
honor pldg voluntarily taken by him.
Such recreancy to party and self would ro
ciivo its mildest rebuke In tho overwhelming
defeat of the guilty party. Tho majority of
the peoplo of Cairo, bo they democrats or
radianls, havo too high a sutuo of honor to re
ward a delinquency morally reprohonsible.
Wo have not a suliiciont knowlwlgo of the
radical programme to enable us to name tho
wmdidatm sottlod upon. linker has been
naintl In connection with tho city attorney
ship, and will, probably, bo tho candidate.
Inferior place on tho ticket will bo as
signed to "shuky democrats;" but a Candida'.
cy for all tho ottlc of "profit and honor," j
will be retained by thu radical.
This movement will provo itself just ex
actly as strong as thu "Grant club," and ten
or twenty "sorehead lloutorf." who have no
political Identification can mako it, and tin
stronger. Thu cloven foot of radicalUm W
too apparent. Thesovon hundred democrat
ic voters of Cairo will glyo the ticket of their
choice a united support, scorning all tho al
luroments tho radicals may plueo before thuin,
whether in tho guUo of ''citizen's tiekot, '
"workine-moii's ticket ' or what not. Tim
ticket framed on Saturday U tho work of
their own hands, and will be sustained bv
them to tho end.
Candidates nml Ofllcc.
i Hi 6b sol
12J 178 7i 25fi
M 42 3d C
Jl (,0 2 M
IM (ri 17 125
II tl 7 U
Bi 8 CO fl!
41 t3 40 I0J
41 62 13,' W'.
06 3' 6t II"'
57 W M 1!"
.10 47 Jl 41
47 S3 M 59
4 1? 1" S7
31 a 13 os
It 34 10 2
noi sr. llUlNIMi.
The local agents of tho Hartford luguranco
comiNiny want certain information, in ogji
niKtioii witli tlio burning of tha Ituilroad
house, in 1H01, and .ndvertitu their willing
nesi to iay (loo therefor. See ndvertise.
During thu p,it two weuka an export iis-u-raiu
detective liac bon "working up " a
number of supioious anil unuocuuntahlo cute
of ftru in this city; following up, with mircj
miu.ng diligence, corltiin numlwr to which
ht uttention has boon ospt clully ilirottid.
AVi .it fcitcco- bin attended bin labors, vti
cyr.'tFiiy. in ,v'i Hut hint lu-h i- dropptj
t' ' - 1 ' in .V., 1 f ,
i m ling ui uo'jrc
vim' wiiiu ltniniKO.
About half past four o'clock this morning
tho rear portion of Cspt. Iorrli5 vinegar fac
tory, a two-story frame building, located in
tbo rear of tho Egyptian brewery, was dis
covered to bo on fire, by neighboring resi
dents, who immediately gave tho.nlarm. Ine
situation of tho building boing remote from
any of tho engino houses, and tho streets bo
ingln a, wretched condition, tho flro had well
nigh doh'o its work before tlio flromon
reached tho ground.
Tho vinegar factory was owned by Cnpt.
Ferris, 'and' worked by him and a 'Mr. Koach.
It was entirely destroyed with Its valuablo
machinery and contents, valued nt $4,000.
Upon this property thoro was no insurance.
Tlio flro spccdilv communicated itself to
Mr. Goorgo Latnor's dairy on ono sido, and
to thobrovory Iqo-houso on tho.othcr. Theso
boing light, tinderish structuros wore soon
involved in n bulk of flame. From thoso
Hio flro, readily spread to tho rear
of tho frame part of tho browcry ; but here
tho Arab Flro Company mado its appearance,
and commenced battling it with a fearles,
vigor flint oon arrested its furlhor apoed.
Tho heat was so Intense thnt it was with dan
r nml difficulty that tlio firemen could ap
proach near enough to play upon the imporib
ed property ; but what is danger in tho estima
Hon of a Cairo fireman ? The work went
bravely on, and this ono company actually
extinguished tho flro and saved, (in a damS
aged condition of course) tho browery. A
hotter piece of work was never performed In
Tho brick portion of tho brewery was slight'
ly damaged by water, but escaped unscorched
from the Arc.
Tho browory, tho leo house and adjoining
stable wore "tho property of Mr. Charles
Sciiullz, whb'had effecte'd an insurance that
will, nt least partially, cover his losses, which
arc variously cstlmoted at from $1,800 to
Tho origin of tho fire is unknown. Tlio
loss of Mr. Lnttner is put down at $300. II o
had no insurance Living on tho ground ho
succeeded in saving his milch cows. Other
wise his losses would havo been quite serious.
Ono hundr6d'nnd fifty volumes of well
bound books publications of tho Protestant
Episcopal Sopiety for tho promotion of ovnn
,a'l!cnVktK)wledgc havo boon added to tho
library of tho Episcopal Sunday school in
this city. Thoy nro got up in tlio best style,
printed from "clear typo on tho heaviest
qualify'of book'i'ap'cr,' rind arc of a charac
ter to "instruct and entortain tho young read
er, teaching moral lessons In tho most pleas
ing andimf5rc?sivo' manner. Unllko most
other Sabbath school book, thoy nro not bi
ographies of good, llttlo flvo-year old boys
who get religion anddie.
A 'o.,l circular sawyer., Apply to inn at
the mill, Fortieth street, Ohio lovec.
fubiad.1t Ihaac AVlM.IAMS.
Port I.Ut for the 4N Hours ending at
Two o'clock, P. M.
C.cii. Aiiirron Coliun.! Win. Wlill, P.vliiouh;
Nn-liTillo, .Nanhrfllo; CiiniUrliuid, IJianMille;
Tnliirnnn. " Armada. "
Miniitxili, Cincinnati; Dm rid Watt, Kalrort;
Hello Mrmphl, tit. I.oitU; Hem, Arkansas Iliwri
I.ilortv.ii. 4, " Pexlor, Now Orleans;
Ikllf Vrnon, " Illltt. I.ouU, Memphis;
(1. II. Allen, " Sam J. Hole. '
Julia, " Norman. "
Tii-onv. " CltT of Cairo. '
r.in. Anderson, Coliun.; Wm. Wtiltn, I'adupalr.
.Normaii, ." .
Holiest. I.oul,f;t. I.oiiii.;
Hrvid Wait, "
I.ady fy, N. '.;
IMIe Mnnpiil". Meinphi;
I.itx'riy .Ni I, Whi-elini;;
Sam J. Hale CfnnituiMt;
Hello ViTiion, I'llt.litirK'i
J. II. AIId, lied ItiTer;
City or Cairo, "
l tui i
Tlio weather clear yesterday. A high
southwest wind pruvnilud nil day, making lo
comotion disngrooablu, especially for ladies
To-day thero tiro moru clouds, altliough not
enough to givo it tho nppellatlon of a cloudy
Tho Mississippi continues falling at St.
Loub, nml tho largest class boats can only
come out about half laden.
The Ohio is rising at Louis villo and Cincin
nati, with nearly 7 foot water in tho chuto
.vr th fulls.
Here the river has rion two fwt since last
roport, a ml U stiH falling at about thu ninio
rutu ono foot in 'twenty-four hours.
The extent of country visited bv tho recent
heavy rains tins not been reported, and it is
liiipi'-vMo, as yet, to say, how much mcro riso
wn will have.'
Very heavy rains occurred in this vicinity
on Saturduy night, and it is probable they
were very guiierul.
Iuine4 continues good,
Tho Nashville1 brought nut n fair trip for
rethipincnt to Kt. Louis, Memphis, ami Mow
Orlenti, and returned' well laduu w ith oats,
wheat, groceries and sundries.
The Minucola discliartred hero f0 bbls
onlutu for rcsiiptuuut to New Orleans,
ine I'limhorlami Had n good cargo lor ro-hlpmi-nt
The Lady Gay cleared for New Orloann at
n bite hour Saturday night lifter filling out
hero with till bhb wanted. Tho principal
Item recolvud by. her at this port worn 1C00
bbls ji Mtutoes, .lUhbdi, tobacco. Shu also re
cclvwl u largo quantity of assorted freight.
Tho Hello Memphis discharged a consider
ablo qimutity of assorted freight for Cairo and
rec iv.'d about 20 tons for below.
Tne Talisman brought 20 hhds tobacco,
IS bll appiui, .TO.biiudlea and plates iron, C3
l'ags tiiillctt seed, lot sundries for reshipuicut
south, and !I27 bars, bundle mid plates iron,
for rc.liimnunt to St. Louis
Thu AVm. White, Capt. Northern, Clerk
Jimmy llovorly, is tho regular packet lor
I'ihIiichIi und way landings this evuuing. ' '
Tin Tlidmpson Dean, Oajit Popper, is nd
vertif (( to loavo for Now Orleans this oven
ii from Cairo.
1 lie I uli. man, Caul. Hilly Stroni;, Is tho
i-Ku itr pacuei tor jmimivuiu unu ait
' Diicuul lor isasiivi lu und all no nta
n i milierlnnd river im ovct.lng
Thu now mountain boat, Carrie V. KountK,
i to kayo englmis timll.tr to tlio Quickstep
uih! Croat Itupublic, with additional linprnvo
miiin. Tim (Jruttt Itopublio was launehed from tho
Moninl City Marino AVnys Saurdiiy ovenlng
ISTl"i ' 1 T"
lilOll ItlJAT IViUane with U rooms on Wasliilig-
J "ii .in ono und ti-iiiii bireui. anpiyio
f. i lM.r
W . Til HUNT! IN
Ar A .V't'Hll - Alexander Uoun y Ordem, at bu
11 1 iii mi mar, ) -ruii nuuis 01 1
iiii'mt an I II
d. i.-. M.iteriuls,
. frvT'Tlio flno sido-wheul Htcnnior
ti&m. JI0LL1K HAMIILrnoX,
H.W. HAMI'TON...Mastcr MAJ. I'AUI. Clerk,
Leaves Cairo for Memphis and all Intermediate land-
Every Frlilny EvrnlnK on irrlvnl of tile
Orders for supplies to ho purchased nt Calr or
phis promptly attended to aa directed, rian ersa long
the river and merchants n the to cities l I
Hambleton to m n mutual benetit.nnd tlieir patronngo
is respectfully solicited. , r , ,,
i.'.J r...l.l,i nr Infurnlntlftll mitiiv on lx)anl
io wliarfl)oat.tor(nthollambletoiif frWdtf
QAIltO AND PADUCA11
Tlio light drought panscnger Steamer
K. Y. NOUTHEP.N Master,
J. M. BEVEltliT - Clerk,
Wlllmako regulcr DAIliT TIUPS between Cairo and
Paducah, leaving Cairo every evening (riundaya ex
cepted) at flvo o'clock.
Tim While connecta at I'aducah wltH the Now Orleani
and Ohio railroad, and the Cumberland and Tennessee
.v mi ha asja mJ tn taAirti. nr in
"r'B","' 18 "Hi J. llUOKLbr, ARenl.
InnUdtr Cairo, Illinois.
Notice U hereby given that default having occurrcu
In the performance of tho eondltloni expressed In a
rertaln mnrtgage or deed of trust, executed by George
Kellogg to Iho Ilerorend Oeorgo 11. Alllnson, hearing
dale the lstday of July, 1SH, and duly reeorde.1 In tho
offlrn of tho Kccoriler of Decils, In and for Alexander
county, in the btate of Illinois, In look "I.." pngo 4SJ,
4c., said mortgago or deed of trust conveying Iota
nuinlwrcd seventeen (171 and eighteen (lb), In block
uumlered thirteen (13). in the city of Cairo, In aid
oounty nnd Htate.we, the undernltned, being the dnlv
appointed administrator of said Alllnsi.n.to whom said
inortu'aire aj made, and who is now deceased, will,
"ii i Ffldav, tho nflh day of March next, A. I). M, at
10 o'clock In the forunoon of that day, under and by
virtue of the power of sale contained m said mortgage
or deed of trust, sell at public auetii.n lo the highest
bidder for ( ash, at tho office building of tho Trustee
of the Cairo City Property, nt thecornrrof Washington
arenueiind Klghteeiith strett, In said city of Cairo, in
said county and Mate, tho alxnu dcsoriW lots cr reiJ
estate, lo satisfy tho purpoiei and conditions of anl
mortgage nrdced of tril't. Knld prop rty will t sold
without redemption CIIaHiaNIiU
Cairo, III , Feb. l8.lS49.til Adininlslrnlori. A
Nnti. e i herehy glvon that default having occurred
in tin' porf'TTnunco of Iho eondltlont exrocl In a
eertaminorlgMgi- or deod-of trust, exeeuted br Perry
Power" to the Itevcreinl Ceorito H. Allin-on, bcMring
datothe'JIstday of Nowmlxr, A. i. ls8, and duly
recorded in th-ofllio of (he llecorder of Deed a m and
for Alexanderrountv, In the Mate of Illinois, In look
"K," IRO ! '"''I mortgaiuor dee.loftnit
convemg Iota immWred eight (8) and nm IV). in
bl(s-k numUissl thirteen-fit), In the riiy of Cairo, In
said county and Ute, w c, tho undersigned, being, the
dnlv ari'olnb'diidministrotors of saUUIItnson.to whom
san'1 mortgst" was made, and who is now deased,
will, on Friday, Iho llfthday of March next, A I. Iff.
at 10 o'cloek fn the forenoon of that day, under and by
virtue of tho power of sale contained in said mortgage
or deed oftnt't, sell at puUie auction, to tli' liighi st
bidder for cash, ot the ottlcn building of the Trustee
of the Cairo ttv 1'roperly, nt the comerof Washington
avenue nn-l Kiirhie. nth street, in ideiiy of Cairo, In
said eounty and Mute, Iho nls,o ilesoribed lotor liwl
estate to sitlsfy the puroe4 nnd conditions of mi-I
morti:ageord-doftrust. Maid property w ill l vild
Cairo, III.. Veb. 13, ISttJ-bl ' ' Administrators, ic .
la hereby given that default having oocurrad n
the parforuuueo of the coodition ripronwl m a ear
tain inorttrana or deed of trust, executed by Jeshu
t'ushlng, Jolii) Cuslungand (ieorgo T. Cu.hing, to
Samuel Staats Tavjorand IMain Parsons, Trutea
of the Cairo City Property, tearing data theithday
of Mav, 1MI, and doly recorded In Hi oOe
ot tho Kecoroer of Droi. In and for Alexander
county, in tti htat of Illinois, In Hook I'.of !)eJ,
on pg 59, (... said mortgage or del oftruttcon.
vevlnn lots numbered six t), seven (7) and eiihl (Sj,
latjoaknumtitltd fifteen (16), ID Ihenrst addition lo
the cllyof Cairo, In sab) county and slate, we, the
undersigned. a.ld Trustees, lll on Friday, the 5th
diy of March next. A. D. lst, alio o'clock In lb
loruooon of that day. under and by virtue of the
oowur of la contained In said Mortgage or deed of
UlMt, sell, at I'utJic Auction, to the highest bidder,
for cash, at tha omce building ofa)d Trustees, corner
of Washington ateuue and Lighteeulli street. In stid
illy ol Cairo, In said county and State, the above
described real estate or lota of land, to aaUsfy the
rurp ses an J conditions of said mortgage or deed of
trust, Haid property will be so d without redemption
and ndeed will t exacuted In thu purchaser on such
H. STAATtJ TAYI.Olt,
Trustee of the Cairo City 1'ropvrty.
Dvled, Cairo. 111.. February . Ut'J did
I hereby given thnt default halng occurred In the
performance of the ouiidlnona exptrMed lu a certain
mortKiguor desl of tiuit, cxeeu e I by Joshua Cuh
ing, John Cuahlng and (.icorue I . Cushing, to Samuel
Slatla Tajlor and Klwiu l'arson, 'I rulei of the
Cairo City I'rorly, loaniik' dat tho SOih dy of
March, llCl.aud duly recorded In the ottlee of the
Hecortii r of Deeds in and for Alexander county, lu
tho mate of Illinois, In Ilools 1'. ol Ied, mi page IW,
Ac, id mortgago or deed of trust conveting lots
numbered one (l, two 18), three (3), four (4) and five
(1), in block numbered lllieni (15), u Hie flrsta Idition
to Iho city of Cairo, In aald county and t tc, we, the
uuderlg:ied, said Trualers, mil on Fndav, the 6ln
day or.Mureh next, A. U. 1?C9, at lu o'clock I Hie fore
noon ot thai (lay, undrand by viruie .f Die power
of.ilo rnntaioml in sld Moitaeurdi I ct Uusl,
ell, at Public Auction, 10 thu highest Ller. fur
oash, at tbo othce building .f a tid Trustee, vomer
of Washington avenue aud KiilliU nltl etreei, in said
oity ol Cairo, In said county aim iie, me
Miove described reale.iale or lot of land to satisfy
1Mb purpose, and conditions of s i, in "ti;.'' r .,.rd
of trust. Kaidpropir'y wi'l oe aold vnilrul io temp
tion. end a deed will bo executed lo the purchaser on
such sale. S. M'AAT't TAYI.olt,
Truslei a Of the CiW Udy lrO Wiy.
Dated, Cairo. 111 February 12, itflo.
TOTICK TO UONDHOLUEllS.
Notiio is litreby gnen to tho Imldertiof due
lt.nU of llii. i-1 1 v of Cairo, that there reliwliw in th
sinking fund, a provided under Ordinance 74, the sum
of nine thousand, three hundred and eight) dollurH.
I will recede proiosai ui lav omeoou .nouuuy, roo
ruary '!-' for thcsule to tho cily of sued loodaon
the terms und ooiiditlous slx.'oitieil in um Iioii I of said
ordinance. J. MAUT1?,
foblldP't t.uy coinpiroiHT.
JTAND FOK SALE.
Kifly-slv acrea of laud six miles north oi .iiouiui
City, in 1'ulu.ski county, Illinois, thiee milea eaatof
ilia Italeo ; Xi acre improved land uiidergood fence,
an orchard of 100 applu trees, good fruit, lour 6mm1
never-fading springs lies on the road h ading Imui
yuledoniatu Villa UiJko.
A oargiiin ran i" nii'i nom-niwn' I'u'i'ii'w "r
. fcblirlw floventh atreet, iiuar Wash. Av-
71 LECTION NOTICE.
.. .. , i.l I... ..(..... Iln.r.. trill 1.;. M
rillilio IIOUCO l IIIHUJ " .' "
npucial election held lor iho piireoso of electing an
Alderman In tho becond Ward to (ill the vi.riuu-y -con
Monod by the re.iiutiiinfAllH'rt HiiMUkH, on luw.-.
day thoWd day of Kebruury, lhUI, at tlieuigmo Iioumi
of tho Arab Firu company, 011 Cowmcn-ial avenue, op
oosito beventhstreol. , . ,
Ami pubiln niitico is also given that there will lie n
ar,m:iul elwillon held for tho purpose of iioeling nn Al
ilVrman in tho Third Ward, to nil the vncmiey ocea
sloiiifl by tlmreaigiiation of Jauuw. I.yau, on Tuoaday,
Iho J5 1 day orivbriiury, !-!), t tlm ortloe of II. Slmn
noshyrpolico nmgihtrato, oornoroi Wu.iuiigtotiuveiiue
und Twelfth street
l)v order of thu oity ooiiiiod.
fiMd JOHN 1'. PAtilN, City Cleric.
Tlio llrm of Parker A l'hillijia lias this day la eii ills-
mlvo I liy mutual conaeiit. Dyua T. inrwr is ouinor
itcd to riwoivoull mouiua duu, and pay 111. the indebt
ei nH of the firm. 1 f I'A lthKIt,
Feb. 0, IbUV-dtw TIIQs II. Pllll.l.Ilf.
A Clorgymun, while reaiding 111 Kouth America as a
111 reionaiy, discovorwd it safe and Him,le rrmedj-'fur
Hie .-iiti of Nervous Weakness, liirly Dn uy, Disease
. 1 in l'i nary and neiiiuuil Organs, and tlie whole
, , . . rn brought on by baneful an I vlelous blblls.
Iii. .HiibeibluvelH-r m ined liy tins i;bh remedy,
j, , . by u deaire tobennit Iho ulllMeU und uii
, . I w.ll moi.ii tho rieipe for pn l;""''""'
iiiedn. ue, 111 a sealcil envelope. ' ul,y mo
H.d, riitt or riuHiiK. Address.
JOHHl'II T IN "AN , ,
flntion D.U.bb' ue,
m vorlt City.
rxinociTT . k I caiko TitAssrra eo.
witAnVnuxT. - I' ' f wi.Aan.0AT.
QHAS. T. 1IINDE,
F0RAVA1M)IN(J AND CCIMMISSIOX
CAIKO Tlt.iXSFKK COMPANY
CA IllO ILLINOIS.
Tltrniitrh IMlla of I.mlliiK. K've" to all
Avnllttlil Points by UaUl or Wnter.
sSartil'ECIAb ATTBNTION TO KOUWAUDINO.
A TLANTIC AND MISSISSIPPI
STEAMS H If COMPANY
COMPItOMISE LINE STEAMERS
KT 33 fTV onliH AN
W. It. AllTIIOIl ...CAUTF.Il. Ma'ter,
I.AOV DAY ..Ht'ltK, Master,
ItUTIt ...VWtllAM, Master,
PAt'MNK CAllllOM. WII1TK, Masler,
IIIHMAUC'IC KNTItlKKN, Master
I.17..1K OIM. .U'NKIh, Master,
C03iait)NAVKAt.Tll ....CONIiV, Master,
(IMVK lilt ANt'll IONKj, Master.
CONTINKNTAI. lIltKKNOI Oil MaatT
Comprising all tho finest and largest lioatsoutof hi
Ono of thnlAre line of strainer 'l l'-.ve Cairv
for New Orleans every other day, uni t 113 at .V
Orleans with Ocean .ine of ."teainers to
Liverpool, New York, lloaton, mill .1 e.
I'.vvengers and RhipH-ra ean rely on oi.f of fit
lawta leaving Cuiro iiunetiially a atsne W I piy
rairtieular attention to nil way frirht Ulotf Mt mpii
lo Nuw Orleans. CilAS.T. iTlNM;. i
tieiiorid Agent, 1 n
OfOee. on WlMtrflasai, rtlm I.ur 1 a
KI. K. SlaSON. IUsoBirer and Ticket Agent.
Ottke, at Pt. Charlsss lloUd.
EM PHIS AND ST. LOIMS
, rpT LINK OK
s t j: A 31 K it s.
The f..l iw rig Itoat tnpose tl.ia Luu and w..I b
run in the foi.' w.inr ifrdtr :
31. K. POUSVTIlM...-..7.KIUl.KIt. Ma'rr.
JI Alt III. 'J C IT V .....U N W, V, Ma -,
C1TV OI- ,l,TII.V T1HMI''N. M -i '
HKI.I.i: .IIK.MIMIIK I UAMi, Ma- 7.
C1TV OK CAIltO .-MAUN, Ma', ;
l'r..injit attention will ! paid to alHu - 1 tl
trusted to the rare of these Units.
Freight and Ttrkel tirhen In comparty wjinrf boxt, a
front of Oity National ltank.
OIIAM. T. IIINDB. Oeneral As--BI).
F. HlrieVJN, Tieket and IWeiiger Agent
i.'MTtri WIIITK HlVKIt AND
1 1 LITTLE HOCK
UNITE!) HTATKS MAIL LINH.
JOItX II. WAVIM, Hnp'l, Metnphl. Tennessee.
Tho splendid side-wheel
JijiC PASSE.(.Elt STEAM EltS
Leave .Memphis every Tf YX DAT. Till U3HAV ax.1
HATfltmY. nt S.J- m-, for Whit. ltiver. ennne t.ng at
Duvatl's lllult with the Mi In. Ins ami I.iIIIp It's k 1
road fr I.lltle ltoe k and Hot springs. T.ms frotu
Memphis to I.lltle lbx-k. IS hours.
Freights and Passengers receipted ever C a!
Une iitliiviernde than anv other route
HA- T. III.M'K. Arf. 1.1 (uir 1
Ottk-o 1 11 Wl.a.f V
T. LOL'IS, CAIltO AND VICKSIirwi
O SO 3VE3PV3X7Sr
The side!.. 1. 1
nt 1 1. I. i -
.J.i .1 U. ' I I "
. I.t Kl I.', Slv
..i 1I.IH1 M
I'asa Cairo going upstream rverr flVNI'VV a I
T('IIAV, and on down tup cwi, liili-I W a. I
St'SI'A V. it tiV. mg 1 lose rnnti... ti..n vt ,
VlrkshiirK nml Jlei I1II1111 Itnllroail,
S1-I11111 nml 3In Itllim Itullroiut
Srw Orleuns, .liirksnn nml (.'rent .Vorthi rn
Through receipts aien to an and a.' p ' ' ' '
said roads, with lto-hei, for Vnwxi liner
tporla! Munition ghm lii nil way l.usiniss beiwe.M
liuro and Vlekslairv. , ,
C'lUsi. T. HINDIS Otuer.! A . '
Olliee ,.ti W' 1 1
JTlA'ANSVILLE AND CAIRO
fjsw? Consisting of tho following
JgJrSiiIciitild rnssoiigcr Stpniuor.:
X .11 St 11 A .
Df.-orCIITT M.i-ter FOWI.I'I! C
Leave Cuiro Sunday nnd Thursday nt 6 p m,
DKXTEII Most, r tilt AMMF 1! tf '
Leave Cairo Tuesday ami Friday id 5 p.m.
, , CUJIltl-.llt.A.M),
HOWAlti)....' Master WltKlHT (
LooAiv.Qairp WeIiieaux and Saturday ot a p tr
Maltr'ngall inlennMlrntu landliig". null v.iu'i-
ul " 1 mi...-on h
VTAailVILM. A'J CAIRO
sf. Composed of tin f li w i
SIS18 Master 1 HAItPKIl I
Loaves Cairo every minn.ij 111 a p m.
STltONti Master IlfiAN ..
Leaves Cairo every Tuesday at "' p in
HAl'.MON Muster WBAVKU ci
Leaves Cuiro every Friday id 6 p.m.
OUTjpeolnl attention given to way bunnoM betncj
Cairo and Nashvillo.
CJ1AS. T. HINDI:, Coner&l Agon
UcoJl 'tid umco feu Whartooat