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Time of Arrival ami Departure 'of Mails.
(Cniro Pol Ofllce', February 2, 18C9 )
(Time of closing.)
North (through .1:00 a.m
North (way) l;t,"p.ni
South (through ami way). 4:00 a.m.
Hoiith Memphis AN. ().).. 4:00 a.m
Ohio River roiilo 6:00 p.m
ii:in p. iiu
... 4:00 p.tn.
iuiisippi unci rouic.j
Tuesdays nnd Fridays... 0;O0 p in 7:00 p.m.
Charles ton, jMo., Tuesdays
Thursdays A Saturdays.. 11:00 iun.... 11:00 a.m.
Tlintisift. nnnti t.lmwl ntul
Santal'o , O.OOp.tnFfl, 7:0Ja,m. Sat.
Ohio Rivo route departs every day except Mondays.
J. .M. M1W11A.11, I. ill.
Clmrlcr Kltcllnn, Tucatta February 3fl'f
.. For Major,
JOHN II. OIJKUI.Y.
For City Attorney,
T.OlttH 1. HCTLKIt.
Kur City Treasurer
' For City Clerk,
, .,,, , IWTltlCK. MOUKLKH.
For ( ily Marshst,
,. Fur Polico Magistrate,
. ' II. KI1ANNKH8Y.
For Alderman First Wnrd.
. ., . Kur Kiilpcl Cnunrll,
For Aldermen Second Ward.
.10IIN IV. JlcKKK.
It. .11. lit J.K.V, For Vaciuicy.
For Select Council.
For.Alirnnen -Third Ward.
A Vim. I.ONK11UAN,
U. IV. 1113NU11ICKS, Vacancy.
For Select Council.
For Aldermen Fourth Ward.
For Select Council.
For Select Council, from the City nt Large.
At tlio St. Charles hotel, immediately, somo
Kood, experienced J!rt class girls, to Ml po.i-
(Jons a chambermaids, dining-room girls mid
in tlio laundry. Those who can bring good
recommendations nnd lire not nfrnid to work
will bo employed nt good wages nnd prompt
pay, f!3tfj .Tkwktt "Wilcox & Co.
Cotillion J'nrly Monday Xlfe'lU.
On Monday night n hull will ho given In
Coyne's bull alloy, to'whleli tho public U re
spectfully invlti-d. (Ji'od lmtilc litis been se
cured, und tho most perfect order preserved
throughout. Improper characters will not
Lo admitted. "With this exception tho invita
tion li to one, nml all, to attend and partici
pate. J. AN'. FlTZUKIIAI.ll,
J. II. Knoi.isii,
SWEENEY DECLINES !
Another I'mim Knocked Aivny.
Tho following noto explain itoif :
JvHtorn Viiirv JlttC Hn,
Ckm i.U-MK.v: Tho aspect of the contest ha
become Mteh that I cannot in justice to myself
nnd my friend longer remain it candidate in
oppoiitlott to tho regular nominee of tho
domoeralie party. Apprehending that my
continunnro In tho Held might in some meas
ure imperil tho success of tho democratic party
1 horohv withdraw, in favor of my competitor
3Ir. Hylatid, nnd ndvlso nil democrats to do
ti 1 intend to do, vlst Voir the utruiglit dem.
acratic Held. Cos. Swkk.nky.
YVnslilnuton lllrtL Day Mall To-XIkIU.
It will not bo forgotten that thogratid ball,
In commemoration of the birth day of Wash
ington will be hcW 'it 'Washington Hall to
night. Tlio mutiugers lmvo perlectod every
arratigouiunt needed to Insure tho comfort
nnd enjoyment of their guests, und will bo
untiring in tliolr otlbrts to distinguish tho af
fair a one worthy of tho duy and of tho Tur
ner Society, under whose uuspices It U given.
Tho inuniigcr nro Mo.irs. 1. O. bchuh, "Win.
Alba, m. Jludor, .loll n hoohlor, II. Husor-
yengiir and J.Huber, gentleman of oxporlotico
in such matter, who will cheerfully do any
thing possible nnd reasonable to muko every
participant pK..vd and nitiafied with tho
night's entertainment. A splendid, full cot
til 1 ion baud has been hired ample refresh
ments will bo served nothing fbull bu want
ing to render the bull an entiro succe" in
The I)ny. ,
""Tho observanco of thl tho 13Vth annlver
rary of tho birth of tho immortal "Washing
ton, has not been euch A becomeii u gnitcful
people. No sound of cannon or martial
mtnlc, no uiopiay ot tlio countrv'n ting, no
publtu meeting) sigmtlizo this glorloiu day
nmong ue, as that upon which, 137 years ago
a snvlor was given to tho opprotxl colonief,
x counsellor and guide to a pcoplo utruggling
againjt JJrltmh tyranny, for tho boon of
national freedom. Tho day has passed, and
in the mad scramble prevailing for ofllcjal
place, nearly cvory thought' 6f ' its crowning
glory bus been forgotten. That this can bo
o, speaks ofn paling of patriotic llrei upon
wiacn wh ilo not cliooso to dwell.
ilvo.ry democrat who staya away front tho
polls to-morrow will neglect ,duty ld owed to
bis party, liio bolters have allied thorn
selves Vith the rnQlcala anljl art), striving for
tho ascendency. Every democrut who neglects
to rocord Ills vote against that combination,
mkkM the accomplishment of ita'purposes 0110
snin i.nster Rn to the nulla lli'nn
" i 1 -"-"1 luiu.
"Vote, and if you lmvo a aparo h jur, employ.it
m bringing out your iicniocratio ueiijiibors.
Cairo, Illinois, February W, m,
I And mynumo unitounced as floor mutineer
at a ball to bo given at tho ball nfloy on tho
22d inst. Tho use of my' namo nm without
ray consont, or any knowlcdgo on iny part of
the samo. It
Tho voto of evory democrat In tho city
should "bo thrown for tho straight doinoc-rntle
ticket I Crush tho boUor-raUicul iiordo now,
and in tho futuro such political hydra-lieada
will bo soon no inoro.
Turn out, democrats I Fill tin houso
tnko counsel, for tho, conflict of the morrow.
Mulkoy, Morgan, Oborly, Hutlor, Albright
and other will delivor addressed.
Another N'ahio Wliteil from the "Citizen'
Tho following noto from the democratic nom
inee for thoofllco of city marshal, rory plainly
indicates, on tho part of the writer, an aver
sion to tho tiso of his namo by radicals, who.
aided nnd abetted by a few bolter, seek tho
overthrow of tho democratic party. Kcad
tlio noto :
To the Kdiiors Cairo Kveninn llullctin .
1 nm informed that at the mectintr ot citl-
7.ens held at tho Athcnoum last night, for tho
purposo ot nominating a cltlcens' ticket lor
tho election to bo hold next Tucsdny, that I
recoiveil tho nomination lor citv marshal.
AVhilo I nm I'rutlflml for ovorv oxnrcssion of
confldenco comine from any class or party of
my lellow citizen!', nnusnaii no ginu to receive
tneir suiiriiL'Ofl nt tne ctisuini; election, vet,
Having already received the nomination lor
tho same olllee on the regular democrntic
ticket, x must rcspcctiuiiy deciino to allow
my namo to ho used in any way prejudicial
to it. JJcsiieotiullv yours,
Cairo, Illlnoln, Fehnwry Ji), 1W9.
CIoiImk SnlooiK on Klcctloii Dnyt !
Mnyor'K Olllee, Cairo, ill., Feb. 22, if 61.
To nil whom it may concern i
Know ye, Hint I, Aloxandcr G. Holdcn,
mayor of tho city of Cairo, solicitous for tho
quiet and good order of tho city, do by virtuo
of tho power inv.ested in me by tho ordinances
of said city, direct nnd declare that allgaloons
or other places where splrltuottir nnd intoxi
cating liquors or bovcrugos aro sold nt retail,
within tho limits of said city, shall bo closed
from tho 'hour of C o'clock on tho morning of
Jobruary 2.fd, and romain so closed until tho
hour of 8 o'clock p.m. of said day.
Anyper."on guilty of ft violation hereof,
will bu promptly arrested nnd puuMiod ac
cording to law.
J)onu nt my oliice in tho citv of Cairo tho
day and date above written.
It A. G. llot.DK.v. flavor.
Go to tho poIN. Go early. Voto nnd work
for the regular democratic nominees. It will
bo u sorry day lor Cniro when tho citv pnses
to radictil-boltor control. Let cvory demo
crat determine that such a calamity hlull
come, if it como at all, in tlio distant future.
hvcry man to his post, and tho ascendancy of
tho democrntic party will undoubtedly bo
preserved by tlio old majority.
Voto for every man on tho democratic tick
et. Lot tho victory ovor tho bolters and
radicals bu sweeping and complete.
Col. J. S. Itcnrdeii Jtosjiccl fully Declines.
Fi'untlo KlTorla of the Holtei-radlcwl Coin-
bliiatlon to Kt aoine llcauectnlilo
Democrat to ".Stleh."
Tho radical-bollsr meeting that gavo birth
to tho "cltixen's ticket," tnado unwarrantable
use of democrntlo names. Taggart, Artcr,
Fisher and llko gontlomen of tho radical per
suasion, mudo mo of good democratic names
as if they wero legitlmato material for tho un
worthy uo intended. For instanco: thev
nominated lhitler for city attorney, llutlor
declined. Thoy nominated Air. llnmbrlck for
marshal, llambrlek declined. Thoy nomi
nated Shanncssy for polico magistrate, and
Shanncisy declines. Thoy nominated Joe.
McKeiuIo for corncll-at-lnrgo, and -McKcn.io
declines. To supply JIoKenicio's vacancy.
Col. Hoardcn is named, but tliat tho Colonel
"begs to bo excu.ed" from any such an ntlilia
tion will bo seen by tho following correspon
Democratic Central Committee to Colo
Cuiro. HI.. Feb. H3.
Col.Jas, K neurden.
Dear Sir; Air. Isaac aider having de
clined tho candidacy of tho democrntic party
lor tliu Select Council from tho First AVard,
ut tho request of numerous clti.ous of that
ward, your neighbors and frionds, wo the Dem
ocratic City Central Committoo, nsk you to
consent to All the vacancy on tho democrutiu
ticket -occasioned by tho withdrawal of Mr.
Wulder. HospoctfuUy Yours,
.Tno. II. Oukkkv,
' F. UltOHK.
Col, Uraraen's Ilcil-,
CaUo, HI., Fi)b.'i-., 18C0.U
Messrs. John Hi OlHirly, James Carroll and F, Hroa
uemocruuu uiiy i.onirui vommiiieoi
Genuemcn tour communication of tills
dnto usking mo to becomo tho cnudldato of
tho deniocratiparty,' for member of tho so-
loet council irom tno nrst waru, is rcoiovod. 1
accent thu positi us.iitnod mo by vou on
the ticket, and nulhorlKo you to mako tho
proper aiiliuuncuiiiuut ntcuruingiy.
J AH. S. ltrfARDKy.
V. S. Tho oditor of tho Cairo 'Timos lias
been nutiflod that 1 deoline a candldaov on the
''Citizens' Ticket,'1 and will announce tho fact.
in the morning. J. tf, It.
80, boroft of every 'ddm,ocratic name, tho
1 9 11 rid MVj4 rwsttt . taftri ill n Mt.Aitlm
'Truly, tho way of tho transgressor is hard
but no hardtr than it ought to bo in an emer
gency llko tho presont.
The citso of wife trading that occurred at
Etlingham, a short time since, reminds the
Qulncy Journal' of wjfo .trading affair
wliicit took placo a few years ago, bnck of
.Marion, Mo,, ton miles bolow (Julnoy,
' seems that two neighboring men became mu
tuiilly tired of tboir wivoa one proposed to
inn other to iwnp..' After some little stluula
tlon this was agreed to, provided ono pf.theni
would give a gun, which ho had, to boot, as
one purtnur, was a littlo youngor than tho
othor. lhis vta agreed to. Tho women
were consulted gavo their consont changed
domiciles, nnd, it Is said, all lived more hap-
puy man ioiore.
HotdJInniTiy!' Abrtmry 2$ I
oi Mrs Turkcr A son, Mottle;'
(Tho St. Charles Hotel,
A H Holmes, Chlcncol Mrs Parker A son
MrsWalklns, A j uonaison,
Ins Crassln, 81 Louts: J H Jtobcrlson, Lvansvllle;
W A Chapman, Centralis! J A Tipton, cwinnati;
HDConnell. Mahlnhii: JA Norman, ft Lolilsi
J A Taylor, N Ti Mrs "yslon. Memplils!
WOOraham A w.,SthoulsA F llfllxwlji V1,
N P Perry, Ills; ' T J Darby, Peorlai
OSpenoe, Central Ini W Tallman,.Iml ,
.nrF.-sJenilonVclrti'in.! J JCrawj,', river: . .
J M McFadden, I.oulnv.; J D Knbertson ram., Inil.
n BOOKS. )
Oil EVERYTHING IN
TXX33 BOOK XjI3XTDE1
H0. 100 COMMl'BCIAL Avm-I.
QITY "NATIONAL JJANK.
CAPITAL .... $106,000
W. V. IIAMjIDAY. rrenltltntl
AVAI.TKK IIY.SI.01, Assistant Cnihler.
S. 8TATTS TATLOH, I W. V. 1 1 A Iil. l D A T,
fcCOTT WHITK, l!OIIT.ll.'.CtTNNINOHAM,
(1KO.D. WILLIAMSON, fTKl'HKN II1RD,
A. II. S.Ur tmu.
Excliiinije, Coin, and United Stales llonils
nought anil Sold.
Dfjmiti Jleerival, anil a Ventral Hanking
Sowing 3VT noIiiuoH.
The New York
These Pianos embrace all the mo-lorn Improt einents;
are warranted lit o years, and are the best and cheapest
initrurnents In nse ranging In prlco ffoin
$400 to $1,000.
SMITHS AMERICAN OKGANS,
For Churches, Schools, Lodges snd Parlor. The most
perfect Orcan known. Patent Knee-swell on all in
struments. Every Instrument warranted to glvo satis
faction. Hanging in price from
X30 to 91.I300.
Wheeler Jfc Wllsou'a
. .r r - . '
I.ock-NtUclt SewiiiK MuchiiiCH,
Htitch alike on both nldrs.
Theso Maehlni'. rn wsrrarltt thrao. and will !(
forty years! and. m n family nutohlao.aro unurtased.
Prici. same ai in ni!ir i-IiImm thrA lrflnr nnn .Mt.li
llshed price fur thoso maohlnes throughout the coun
try. Instruction fre., in iifirtliMt hkvinL? thisu m.ietiinni.
Hend fur Illustrated circular,
Urovcr 4t Baker's
Khutlu Stitch Solving Muchinvs,
8nlnK direct from two iol without rewinding. Ks-
r-"'""j .uuvwu.ior irenwrai lainiiy use anu iiKiit man
j Mitt '
Hmvinif allko on both shies, nnd nre adapted parties
larly fortheuio of tailors; and boot ana shoo manii'
KVEHY MACHINE WARRANTED.
For furthvr inrticulAra and illustrated clrqulars, ,
r 1 -.11 mi -
4 iH J t
J. C. CAHSON,
fet0dlm Cairo, Illinois.
ggQ DOLLAltS RKWAKP
Will be given for Information Jhftt "ill toapUtt Iho evi
dence and convict the parly or parties who set on Ore,
or procured to be sot on flro, the building on Ohio.
Levee, betweon Fourth apdiiutb, street,, in which tho
tiro ofMay, ISDgtaaUji '
' , 8AFFORU, MOBR1H A; CANDEE,
Cairo. Teh. 19, luou-ilJll Insurance Agents.
I r-!- ...LIS' 1 'i . ,
Will lirf p.Ud for luoh furmor information as will lad'
to the conviction of the party or parties who caused
tho fire of the aiU of January ast, by whiqk fotu-.hulld;
Ing, commencing 'on 'thecornorof Ohlb Leyoo and
Fourth street, were destroyod,
8AFFOHD, MOHR13 & CANDEE,
Cairo, Feb. 19, lv-dJl Inauranea Agents.-
A Clergyman, whlle'Vcsfdlng' In Boutli America ns a
missionary, discovered a Bafo nnd simple remedy for
tho euro of Nervous Weakness. Early Decay, Diseaees
( of the Urinary and Seminal Organs, and the whole train
'oi uinonlcrs brought on by baneful and vicious habits.
(Ireut numbers havo boon cured by this noblo remedy.
rrompteu ey a dc.iro to benefit tho nfuictcd and un
fortunate, 1 will vend the recipe for preparing and
using this medicine, in a scaled envelope, la uy one
who iuifii,vt, rssK orcscis. Andreas,- I ill
JOSEPH T. INM AN.
, Station D.UIUo House,
febl-df m New York City.
Cairo I,o,lRe, No.ZlT, A. F. and A. M will
il nreKtliarcomimiiiicMion wiia (Moiiiluy)
nlnir. February '21, A. Ij. f,8cq, nt vJ.
loeK. isuura iiuii.-iii.iiij iiitm-ii.
t-l. .lii.Iinll.(t.lW li.il ' "
Ry order of the W. M.
C11AS. FORRKST. Pee'r.
AIHO AN'D MKMI'IIIS
Tho linn side-wiieel steamer
H.W. HAMI10N...JIaster ' sMi I'AUIj t lerK,
Leaves Cairo for Memphis ami nil Inturmoliatfl Innd-
Kvcry Frlilay Kvritlntr on arrival, of the
' - Train'.
Orders for supplies to be purchased nt Cairo or Mem
phis promptly attended to m directed. Planters nlonjr,
tho river and merchants In tho two cities wilt find thu
llnmhlctontabeamutiiat benefit, nnd their patronnge
la respectfully solicited.
For freljht, paisate, or Infcirmatlon apply on board
the wlinrpKiat-. or on tho Hamhlclon. febOdtf f
AIKO AIKU l'ADUCAIl
Tho llitht ilraiiKht iascnKcrHtenmer
rT WW. WHITK,
It. V. NOUTHF.IIN Master.
J. M. HEVKHLT Clerk,
WHImakn reguler IMII.V Tllliy between Culn
Padurah, leaiinx Cairo eery evening (Sundays
cepted) nt live o'clock.
The White connect, ut Pnducah wltMhoNew Orleans
and Ohio railroad, nml the Cumberland and Tennessee
ror irciunior nassairo npniv on uosnuor 10
if. J. UUCKLKr, Anent,
lanatdtf Cairo, llllnoi..
fpOlt HAI.K-My resldcnco on Sth street, two .to-
JL' ries hlKli, elKht rooms
and kltelirn: cn fixture. Ml
hT complete repair 1 wood, coal, and store house. Will
sell witri or wuliour furniture. AIo, mylawllbrnry
andoflluo fiirpiture. Term rosy. My frlomN will oh.
lljre me by a.slttlng me In tllsuoiitiK of thi irou-rty.
1. i, n. u ji r.i. t.s
I?OU HAI4K Three
! Kalns. fcbJitf
ili'.irubln roldeneet at bar
JOHN W.TItOVKIS A CO.
I poll NAI.K A tine two-itnry Frnmo Houso, suit-
able for .tore or saloon, with dwelling, sltuateil on
Oommerclal atenite, lietween Kichteenth nnd Nine
teenth street.. A linrenln can lx liad by niiJ init to
ni nt an early da y JAMKS KNOLIHII.
CottaKcuith Brooms tilt Wuthuij;-
J; ton avenue and Tenth slrcM.
W. W. THORNTON.
"ItrANTKU Alexander County Orders, nt Wct.
y on the dollar, for all kinds f Lmnl-r snd Rud.
W. W. THORNTON.
Nuticu li berebv clven that dof iiilt baririt nrriirrcd
in the perfonnaure of thv conditions expris-el in a
certain mortcae ur deed of Iruil, iitd by lleorjro
KelleKKto thu Itevereud OeorK" II. Allm-011. lcarliiK
ilate.tlio Istdarof July, 1S0I, and duly n-confe.1 Inlli-i
olllee of the Recorder of Deeds, in nnd for Alexander
rounly, In theHtato of Illlnoia, in looli "L," l7,
Ac., said mortKt;e or deed of trust (bntcyitiK lobi
(UUiil-erc-I aeveutecn (171 nnd eighteen (lk), In tdes-k
llllilli J tM l III n . II 111 III- UI17 i'l Viliiv. Ill r.ni
county and ttiate, we, the underalf tied, buliifr the duly
apjKilnted administrator of said Alliiuri,tn Mhoru ..il l
mortgago was made, nnd who Is now deceased, will,
on Friday, the tlflh day of March next, A- D. l5TJ. at
10 o'clock In the forenoon of that day, under and by
vlrtne of the power of sale contained in said rnnrt.'aK'
or deed of trust, sell nt public auction to tho )jIi't
bidder for cash, at tho otllco buildliiKot the Tnistoes
of the Cairo City Property, at thecorncrof Washington
avenue and KiKliteenth street. In said r it of Cuiro, in
said COltnty anil State, the above deaenlwd lots or real
estate, to satisfy the )urpws and conditions of .aid
Hiori;aKO 01 i:eii onnisi. raia properly win i- sum
1 u.vr.MAn miii'i.n,
Fit A NOW WEST,
Notice la herebr iriven that defanlt h.ivinrc iMViirreil
in tho tierfortnanee of th eondltlons vxpres.cd In a
eertnin mortcace or deed of trust, executed by ivrry
I'owers to the Ketereml (.eorK" Aiun.on, waring
data the 21t day of Novernln-r, A. D. I "J, anil duly
recorded In tho office of thu Ruvorder uf Heed III aiid
for Alexander county. In the fitale of Illinois, 111 U.ok
'n, - pag , ac. anm roorigsKvor upwi vi inm
conveying Jots numbered eight (hi and nine, (9), In
block numbered tblrteen (13), in the city of Cairo, ill
said county ami state, we, tho undersigned, lieinc the
duly appointed administrators of saidAllirison.towliom
aaiu riiorixagu was iiiauo, snu wmi huw ui--i;iv-ri.,
will, on Friday, the flfihday of March next, A. D. DO,
at lU,o'ehek in tho forenoon of that day, under and by
virtue of the power of sale contained In said mortgage
or tired of trust, sell at public auction, to the hlgnrat
bidder rorcasn, at tne amcujiuiiuing 01 trie irusiee
of the Cairo City Property, at the corner of Washington
avenue and Eighteenth street, in said city of Cairo, In
nUI county and Slate, the abovo ilrscrlbed lots or real
estate to satisfy the purpose ami conditions of eald
mortgage ox deed uf trust. Hald property will l sold
without redemption. CHAPMAN ItlODLi;,
Cairo, III., Feb. 11, lSOJ-til Admluistrotors, Ar.
Is hereby given that default having bt-cu.'red in
lh po.furtntiivo bf thu cn1J1tK.fi -xpr.-rd ii a cer
tain mortBage or deed of trust, execuied by Joshua
Cuiblng, John Cuslung and George T. Cushing, to
Hamuel guats Taylor and EJln P.rsons. Tru.i.a-s
of the Cairo City Property, bearing date (tie.'i.hdsjf
of 5lay, W, and duly reourded In tho odicu
o thtt Recorder of Deals, In and for Alexander
county, in tho HlaUof Illinois, la llouk P. of Deeds,
or. njirH fj. Ac. said mortcsze or deed of trust con
voying lots uumbvreii six seven (() ' eitni (a;,
In block numbered fifteen
the first addition to
tbn i-ltrof Cairo. In sa d countr
and slate, we, lti
undcrsfgnid. said Trusteus, will on Fndsy, tho &th
dty of March next, A. D. 1IC9, at 10 o'clock In tho
lorcnoon ot mat usy, unuer snu uj thiiiu vi urn
power of aalnoontnlneil In said Mortgage or deed of
Oust, sell, at Publio Auction, to the liight-st bidder,
for ca-li, at the oftiue building of said 'I ruttirs, comer
of Wasr.ington avenue and highteonth street, In snd
ally oi Cairo, in said county nnd State, the ahoyo
described real e.Uie or lots of land, to satisfy the
iirp' ses and conditions of rad mortgage or deed of
trust, Hiht property will r mi'd without redemption
and adcoJ will bj exeoutei to tho purcluer mi .uuh
ale. 8. KTAATfl TAYLOR,
, . EDWIN I'ARKONB,
Trusters of the Cairo City Property.
Dated, Cairo, III., February H, 18t9. did
Is beretiv mven that def.tult halnc occurred in thu
performance of the coodiliousaexprrKed in a certain
mortgagor deed of ttuii, executed by Joshua Cuih
lag, Jplinllustilngand deorue I', Cushing, to Samuel
Utaats Taylor and EJlu Parsons, 'Irjislees of the
uairo 1 ropeiij, m.uiis; uaw. 1.1m uui mnjt fi
March, ISO, anu ituiy recorueu in Ilia otnee or tne
Racorder of Deeds In and for Alexander countr. in
the Utata of Illinois, In Hook P. of Deeds, ou page At,
Ac., said mortgage or perf of trust conveying lots
ntitnbered one II), Iwo't), tnrea (3), four () .ml nve
(a), in block niunberod fifteen (16), In the drat addition
to th4lc4jro(iJflro,iq,sldeeunyriil sttts, we, Hie
unuersigueu, sain jiuucr, iii,onir riu.j, vim em
day ofMarch next,A.'DIB, at 10 o'clock In the fore
noon of that day, under and by virtue of the power
ofs.de contained in said Morlgago or deed of trust,
all, at Publio Auction, to the highest bidder, for
cash, at the oillcs.bulldlejt '-(said .Trustees, corner
of Washington avenue aoJ-Klghteenth street, In said
city of Cairo, In said county and Slate, the
apov llrawnL-yu.rvai osi.miur iuu 'u iiii m.ivi
the purposes and conditions of said mortgage or deed
nfirn.t. H.lil nrnn.rlv will li Bold without te lelnlv.
tlbn, and a deed will bo executed toUhe purchasor on
sucu saie. 9. omsii imuii,
KDWIN PAIUONa,, ..
8 Trustee a of the Cairo City Properly.
Dated, Cairo, III., February 19. 1S69. did
MAX KALE NOTIGKo
'To D". n. Holbrook'a estate, anil Ifj all persons inter,-
,you andcauhof yon are hereby notlflid thatnt n
sale of city lots, for general corporation, Improvement
fund and interest fund taxes, for tho cily of Cairo, HI.,
for tlio year 1807, lieiu a ma court nouso in sam city,
on MnmlT. lhnOih tnv Of Daoemfccr. 1867. L the un.
ilrHlirttir. KA.amn thA nurehaaer of each of the fill.
lowing described city lots, situated jn the said city of
l.airo, county ot Aioxanurr, nun n.am m iiuimm 1
Jn whose name as
vessed and sold.
D. II. Holbrook'a estate.
And that tho tun given by law for the redemption of
ma aoovo ueacriueu uny low, win expire on too vm
lav of December. 1849. and that unless aooner re
deemed I shall upply for a deed for and possession of
the same. A. O. HLAUOHTEK A CO., Purchasers.
Dated Cairo, 111., February 18, 18C9 dlw
QHAS. T. IIIDK,
FOltWAItDINO AND COMMISSION
-A. 3r 3D 3VT T, ,
CAIKO TICASl'i:it COMPANY
Throiiuli Hills of Lading K'eu to all
Available lollits by Ilnll or IVater.
I iirpp.r.niU'n'KsririS TO FORWARDING.
KMPII1S AND ST. LOUIS
The following lloaU eomnrlse this Line aed will
run in tho follow iug order 1
Arrivo at Cairo,
Arrive at Cairo,
Zelgler, Masteri'Tuosday.S n.tnlHaturday 1 a.rn
CITV OF CAIRO, I
Maun. M.MtcriiTuursdays p.tn .Monuay, 1 i.ni
crane, Jlater. pamniay, Op.m Truirs , 1 a.m
Arrhoat Caito, Arrive at Cairo,
lloats. noviM. t-i-.
CITY OF ALTON,
Archer, Mastert Wednd'y,5p.m f'rlday, 1 n.m
, Ma-teri ' " " ' "
Rinse, Master; Tuesday, & p.m Sunday, 1 a.m
Couway. Master! " " " "
M. I- FOItHYTII, . . . ,
llaney, Mii'teri Sunday, 5 p.tn ednsd y 1 a m
Callahan, Mnsler. " " ' "
Connecting at St. Loula wltli
Nortlierit Line I'ntUrt Coin jinny,
KeoLiiL I'nckct Ciiniiiuii)-,
Onmlin I'nrUrl Coniinny,
and Vnrlona Itallrond Lines.
At Memphis with
.11riiiilil and AVIillr lllur Packet Co.,
Arkansas Hlver I'acket Coiupany,
M 111 Jill Is and C'liar'rston II. It.,
nnd M Nsls.liil AiTrnncssceIt.lt.
At Vieksburg with
Vaxon Hlver I'nrkrts,and
VlckalnirK "'d .Meridian Itallrnad,
liivinc through bills tailing and tickets to all available.
ioints by rail or ritrr. , ., .
lJlrto. 1. JU..IT., V.ll-'I.M riKMi.
Olhee on Wharf-lmat.
ED. F. ftl.-iSON, TK-ket and Passenger Agent.
JASIIVILLK AND CAIl'.O
. "fFCrs- Consisting of tho following
s'lrjmvispb'riilid pas.enger steamers:
PIJW - -..Master HARPEIt- CVrK
..Master I WOOUS...
HARMON..-... ..Master WKVVER-
DAVld Master DAVIS...-.. ...Cle.ik
Making all Intermeniate landings, and giving spselal
attention to way business.
I.II.VI9. f. Ill.siil., urneriu AK'ui
dec21'csd Otllco on Wharfboal.
TLAM'IC AM) .MlisSlSbirri
STEAMS1II I UO.UI' A Y
COMPltOMISi: LINK STKAMKUS
3KT 33 "W O II Is XI A. JV H
!-fi?ir TIIK hTKAMKUH
W. 11. AHTIU'll
..IW I U. 111. I.
invra m .i..r
OlilVK llllA.-St ll
..lillEENOUOH Mast r
Comprising ail the flue.t nnd largi-.t boats out of St.
Uno 0 tno nisito line 111 .itinuvji w u, i,-.,w vwn-.
. ... ..w f.ll,..w .I,..' ....lt,t....tllli. ut N..W
... . ..11
lor .sew unniiiiriTi; ....n. v.. -
Orleans with Octun Line of PU-utitf rs to
Liverpool, Stw York, Ilostoii, aim oaivts-
. 1 r-i ...i.. nn ,.nh nr ttto.-.
passengers uimi nuippvrs an n-i "u .in-'
Isiats leaving Cairo punclually' M aboe. ill P-!'
U1rilcular iittentlnn to all way freights Mow Memphis
lo New Orleans. C'lIAs. T. HINDL,
Olllee, on Wharll-mt, Public Lamling.
KD. F, B150N. Passenger nmt 1 icKet Ageni.
Ofrice, atnt. unaries nniei.
TiTKMi'lilS, AV1IITK KIVElt AND
1V1 LlTTLKJlOOK ,
" -urriTKHnrATri .tiaiu iiisr
JOHN 11. IJAVIM, Bun!, Memphis, Tennessee.
The tploudid siuo-wlicol
MAYFLOWKll, COMMKHOIAJ. anil
i.inuuiev-Wn.a. . .
l.avo Memphis ,eve,ry TUESDAY, THURSDAY and
uATURDAY, at 5 p.m., for White River, connecting at
Duvall's Rlttir with the, Nrmvkia and Little Rock ItaU.
road for Littlo lloelc and dint 'Springs, Time item
Memphis to Littlo Rock, 48 hours, ,
Freights and Passengers receipted over the above
Line tit lower rates than any other route. '
CHAH. T. HINDE. Agent, Cairo. III.
Ottiyo, on Wharf-boat.
jgVANSVlliLK ANDl'OA,I1.0' "
. GUT" Consisting of tho following
aSplcndld l'tieiiger Stoamels: '
DUSOU0IIET MnMer FOWLER Clerk
Leafs.Cairo Sunday and Thursday utfi p.m. - "-
DEXTER Master GltAMMER .Clerk
, Leaves Cairo Tuesday and Friday at 5 p.m.
HOWARD -....Master WRIGHT rCferk
Leaves Cairo Wednesday nnd Saturday at S p.m.
Making all Intermediate, landings, and paying par.
tlcnlar attention to Packet Frelghta.
CHAH. T. HINDE, Ocneral Agent,
Oftleo on Wharf-boat,