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Time of Arrlvnl ml Departure of.MnlU.
(Onto Post Oltloe, February 2, UCO ) j ,
AHRIVES. llsrABTll. '
(Tlmn of ricking.)
North (throng Jn?nn.M,m
North Inav) 4il.p.m lliOOpm,
Hoillli (through and way). 4:00a.lilM....U:lWl.tn.
Booth Memphis AN. O.J.. 4:00 .m 00 VM.
Ohio KiuTiotito- 5i00p.ni Ciwp.in.
Mississippi Itlver route,
Tuesdays and Fridays... CM p m Is'H) p.m.
Thursdays A SAturdav.. 11:00 a.m ... 11:00 n.m.
Theirs, (loose Maud und , ... ., ,
HnntnFe (VOOp.mFrl. 7:0) n.m. Hut.
" HHii.. Uhc route ilcpattx c v y yt' f "j j ' 1" "
For oysters, go to Louis Herbert unit pro
euro emtio of hh Mobile Shell Oysters.
Plant's garden seed, wnrrnntod to ho
tlio growth of 18C8, for snlo by "Wllllnni M.
At the .St. Chnrles liotol, immcdintely.somo
good, experienced first cluss girls, to fill posi
lions m cliitinucrninids, dining-room girls nnd
in tho lmtndry. Thoao who cim bring good
reeoiiimpiidiitlon mid nro not nfnild to work
will bo phi ployed nt good wages nnd prompt
pny. fl.itf .Ikwutt Wilcox & Co.
i i in:! nuni nitmi t
"Witterl wntoril wutorll I Grcnt induce
mciit.ll Ihirgiiinsl bargains I The stock of
clothing, furnishing goods, boot?, shoes, &c,
&&, which was saved byStornheimer& Mttrx
from tholnto fire, will bo sold at CO por cent,
lcs Hum eojt, nt their now place of business,
Kd. 4 Ohio levee. Cull soon and secure bar
gain, as the goods will bo sold at n grcnt sac
rifice, by order of the underwriters.
.MITIt'K TO TAXPAYKIt.
Notice is horeby given to (he tnx-pnyors "f
Alexander county, Illinois, that for tho pur
pose of collecting the state, county, district,
tcliool, special, pauper and court house tuxes
now dun for the year A. 1). 1808, T will be in
my oflleo in tho city of Cairo during tho
month of February, each day from 10 o'clock,
ti.ni. until 4 o clod: p.m.
1 will bo nt tho storo-houso of M. I). Oiin
ther, in (5ooo Island precinct, on Mottdnv,
IMureh 1st, 1800.
At the Iioiho of Thomas Martin, in,, in
Jloir Tooth precinct, on Tuesday, March
J)utodnt Cairo, 111., February 1, 1800.
Hieritt ninl cx-flllloio Colleetor of Alexander county,
Tho 'Times' of this morning bnyn 3Ir.il.
J). Zaiwne has cloed his saloon and rcstuu
ranf near flic depot, and that tho room for
merly occupied by him Is to let.
This is nn error Hint Is calculated to work
Injury to 3lr. Zanone, nnd calls for correc
tion. Mr. Znnono's saloon and restaurant
arc not closed, but urn in full blast, doing u
good businfs, and giving entlro satisfaction
t his many customers. Ho itt nn imturpri
fiing citizen, and being much nttiohed to Cul
r.. has come lici" to tny. "When ho closes ho
will give tho public due notice It
The stockyards of tho Illinois contrnl mli
road company am again full of Toxns cattle.
Two or three limes a week largo steamers nr-rivrtfro-it
New Orleans the decks crowded
with those long horned creatures, but they
go forward by rail as fast as rccoivod.
No less than sixty orsoventy thousand of
these cattle have arrived at Cairo during tho
rear past, giving our people nn Idon of tho
vn'tness of the Texas tattle rango or paitu
rnge of which they had no just conception!1.
i'i ' ' ii
There Is considerable inquiry nmong tho
country people visiting Cuiro for the horns
of Tovns cattle. Their immense length and
ilzo nppetir to render them du.iirable for utmt
pnrp"H, we know nut what certainly not
for powder horns. Wu received a letter
from Crittenden county, tho other day, re
questing us to forward to the writer nt any
rcnsounhln expense, a pair of thcSo horns.
Not being in 1 1 horn business Just now, we
failed to respond.
For fill -i mill It Concern.
Tho Cairo 'Tliniia' rpeuking of tho gontlo
men elected to oillec mi tho democratic ticket,
ciirnnoh the hope that "they will sever tliorn
celves from monopolies and powers whoso
interests nro antagoiiNtle to Cniro."
This Isn gratuitous insult to as good men us wo
have in Cairo men who think for themselves,
w-t for themsclviM, and listen to tho dletatiou
cf no power under tho kie.
Wonderfully solicitous, too, has tho editor
of tho 'Time:.' bocotnu for the "interests'' of
Cairo. 'Thoo men," now thut thoy are pub
Kc servant, should s,tnnd out of tho way of
the city's progress, and refuse longer to bo
tho tools of "monopolies" that aro hostile to
tho "interests of tho city."
If there Is a single man named on tho dem
ocratic ticket who has not contributed ten
fold moro to the advancement of Cairo, for
her moral and material welfare than the edi
tor of tho 'Time,' it is a lino tiling for. thut
individual that tho voters of Cairo didn't llnd
it out before the dny of election, for, demo
crntns he was, they would havo pioted out, to
him nn Ignominious defeat.
Tho base and foolish insinuation that Mr.
Oherly is unduly Influenced by powors an
tagonistic to Cairo, is eoiitradiclcd.by ncnrly
every uut of his life during his rcsidenco hi
Cniro. It will titrlko tho caroful roador off the
Hulletih,' who is familiar with Mri Qa labors
for the city and her enterprises, with astonish
ment. "Wo will venture to thut the
'Bulletin' has, during its two moiiMis' oxif
tence, devoted moro space to Cairo, Cairo
interests nnd Cuiro concerns than ny other
paper over UiU during n period of alx'ruonths.
Wo rc, ulways was and always expect to ho
for Cniro nnd the people of Cairo, nnd if tliu
iditor of the 'Times' will plnnt out for hiwu'lf
like lnudmnrks nnd be guided by thorn, in
fiteai of belaboring horriblo monopolies that
Jinvo no existence outiido of his imtteination,
lie will enjoy the samo approbation of cou..
eicnee in thut respect that tho editor of tho
bulletin ttlwayn ha ilnjoyod I '
The steamer Iko Ilammltt and barges nro
bringing utono lrom Oolconda and doposltiug
it in Uiu Missiwlppl river at p'ointa wbire It is
conceived necessary for tho proloc'lion of tlio
banks. Tho rock ulroady deposited "tliero
, -would build tho first story of anothar tower
tiocat Itcmi In llrlrf.
Tlio negro children of Cairo proposo to
Content themselves with tho 4th wnrd school
house, when ihtlr tlnm comes.
Tlio directors of tho'public scoool library
aro nwniting tho receipt of u certified copy
of their chnrtor. On its receipt, rules nnd
rcgulntions undor it will bo adopted nnd tho
library jdnccd subject to tho use of mcmbors
The now city ndmlnistration will add great
ly to the plncidity of tho city by limiting tho
number of dogs toono hundrod to each bloc!
Cnpt. Northern, of tho stcnnior "Win
Vhito, talks about tho onrly construction of
a steamor especially for t)o Cairo and I'adu-
calf trade. I'nsscngPrs to ho feu upon tlio
restaurant stylo, nnd stato rooms for ladies
Tlio wharf nnd wharf-b'oats' nro infested by
n half dozen negro sharpers who dally victim-
izo persons of their own color, nnd occasion
nlly "go for" unsuspecting white pooplo.
If tho legislature has taken nuy action
upon n hill for n law authorizing Alcxnndcr
county to issue bonds, lo build .county roads,
the fact hns not fallen undor our obsorvntion.
"Wo hope that a matter of such vital conso
quenco to the pcoplo will receive due utton
Hon before the loglslaturo adjourns.
Slnco tlio pardon of Jonnio Hose, our col
ored populntion have boconto impressod with
tho Idea that it negro can't bo kept in tho pen
itentiary if he have a few friends outside to
potltlon for his relief. Tlio consequenco is
that potltions have recontly been circulated
for the pardon of somo of tho most rascally
offenders ever sent up from Cairo.
Old Hun. Leo, tho inothor of "Jllll," is n
poverty-pinched old creature, clothed in rngs
and dependent upon county chnrity for hor
food. Sho complain of its scantiness; but
"pride' keeps her out of tho poor house
whoro alio would bo moro liberally supplied.
Tho vote cast on Tuesday falls about two
hundred short of the number thrown Inst fall.
Of this nunibor nt least ono hundred and fifty
wcro democratic votes chiolly of laboring
men absent from tho city, on tho C. & V. nnd
I. M. railroads.
A colored wood chopper, named Adnm
Uutchcr, nccldentally struck himself dn tho
right iintep with tlio blade of his axo, on
Tuesday, burying tho nxn up to tho oyojin
the llesli and bones. 1 le did it while attempt
lug to split a stick of stove wood, tho aio
glancing and taking effect ns stated.
.Does our cotemporary of the Joitfsboro 'Gn
zetto' chnnge tho llgures of his eommorcltil
report to suit the actual condition of tho
Anna market? For instance, aro Irish pota
toes 60 cents; turnips '.'5 cents ; green apples
f 1,00 per bushel; chickens $2,50; eggs ID
cents per dozen; sweet potatoes CO conts
etc? If so, when wo hoconio nn cxjKirt veloc
Ipedist wo shall try to economize by boarding
in Anna and living in Cniro.
A gentleman from I'ulnski county informed
us yesterday, that the approaching Judicial
election excites very little attention in his
neighborhood ; thut both democrats nnd rndl
cnls are quito unanimously in favor of Judge
Sloan's election, so fur as be has been nblo to
Judge; and that nil, alike, doprccuto tho In
troduction of politics into tho contest. As
the people seem determined to elect judgo
Sloan, we adviso linker to withdraw and go
into "petroleum," or some other business
that will " pay." It is only nccordlng Mr.
linker hh due, however, lo admit that, nmong
all tho gentlemen yet named In connection
with this office he undoubtedly stands, us a
judgo of law, next to Judgo Sloan.
The letter from Philadelphia, published on
our fln-t page is richly deserving of tho con
siderable spneo it occupies. It is written In
that easy, chatty, humours stylo that cannot
fall to captivate tho reader; nnd trenting n
variety of subjects contains something that j
will Interest every reader. "Wo Invito, for It,
a general perusal.
"or lo I thoso many weeks our J. Yost,
Kq., has been wearing unusuully good clothes,
shaving uvcry dny and buying all the novel
ties in tho lino of perfumery ho could como
across. That all of this, and frcquont visits
to the town of Metropolis, meant something,
wo felt assured. When wo saw him last hq
couldn't keep his gno out of spnee, and, nil
unknown to himself, ho henvod sighs Hint
swelled his breast like unto tho throat of u
croaking tmd. Of course ho couldn't stand
this there was danger In it to health nnd
life, llo couldn't eat five pounds of pork a
day, and molasses he utterly ilinjuitttl. Be
fore him, in droalns, passed only a grand pan
orama of calico, latest putterns, nnd woll,
bo's married 1 On Tuesday he tool; unto him
nclf tho blooming widow of tho late Col.
Thoinat II. Smith, of Metropolis, nnd is now
in tho enjoyment of his honoymoon, nt tho
nntionnl cnpitnl. He stops high, refuses to
speak to anybody below tho dignity of a
sonntor, and receives ns an insult tho slightest
Intimation Hint he over lived in Thebes or
tilled tho oflico of school director in tho city
Hrts ?Iuile uiid Horror Invoked,
1 All kinds of bets, woro made on the result
.of tho recent oleetlon. Some of them were
novel, somo ridiculous and somo, of them
mimeie.13. Cortuln udmirnrJ of Mr. Wilson
declared n purposo to do most remarkable
penanco in tho ovontof that gcntloman's de
feat; while friends of Mr. Oberly invoked
struugo besetmonts about themselves in enso
victory perchod upon the banner of Mr
Wilson. Une genllemnu declared a pur
poso to endure tho horrors of n
flyo duys sojourn, In Paducah. By
Mr. Oborly s election, ono of his frionds es
capes tho scratches 'of n sand paper shirt ;
whilo a friond of Mr. Wilson has got the Job
on his hands of sawing his neighbor's winter
wood. Mr. Wilson's defeat snrcd tho llfo of
a gentlemnn nrho hnd dotormlncd upon n
mush nnd milk suicide, hui .imposes upon
two other gentletnnn tho wearing of huts of a
character most obnoxious to tho olfactories,
Still unothor gentleman has an Oxciuo for the
congenial job of keeping drunk during the
year, whilo another will "novor smile ugnin."
Considerable money chunged hnnds, al
though tlio bots woro confined to small
amounts. The contest woro too doubtful nn
aspect to authorize heavy wagers, and con
sequently none wero laid,
Cairo I.f Blul'ntlon.
On tho 20th instant, sonato hill 040 for nn
net to incorporate tho Cairo Public Scliool
library nssoclntlon, vns roportou upon fuyor
nhly by tho commltteo and its passage reeoth
mended. It was ordorcd to its third reading,
Senate bill C90, for an act to Incorpornto
tho Cairo Planters' Tobacco Warehouse' com
pany, was favornbly reported upon, and or
dered to n third read Inc.
Sonnto,blll 743 for an act to incorporate tho
Kntcrpriso Bank of Cairo, wns similarly dis
Sounto bill 301 to incorpornto tho Southern
Illinois Emigrant Aid. Society, wns read a
third timo and passed yeas, 21 ; nuys, 0.
(The St. Clmrlos Hotel,
I) lldllo, I.oulsvlllc;
J A Wimlram, city;
J VnnAnim vml fain, Ind
8 Kent, NY; 4
A Norton, N V;
11 W Uver. Mil Cltv:
WcJncsilay, February 24.)
W W Powell, Loulsvlllfi
J Duvls, III!
.1 A Morrison, hy;
W 11 Chnpnmii, Centrallft;
F M Stcphrn", N Y;
J Sherry, 1ml)
I) Cole, N Oi
Kll llnstln., St Louis;
A ClIlibH, III;
H O Lewis, "
w K Orffitt, ChlciiKO!
W H Chllile, O A V It II;
V W Vlinun, Memphis;
Port lilit for the !M Iloum riidlnir t
Two o'clock, P. M.
(ion. Anilerson, Colu'm,; Win. White, I'mlncuhi
LiiiiiucriniKi, l.rnimiiip; usisipi, i, it.;
Holt" Mclntmls. Memnhis: Tflll-m.ni. Nathrillt:
CornS, ' ltobt. I'liltoii, I'ltUburg;
flon. Anilorson, Colmn.; Wm. White, railiicnh!
Mississippi, St. Inuls; Cnml wrlntiJ, Kinasulh'i
llelluMcinnhii. ttt.I.nnls: Coriif. Clncinnntl:
W. II. llrown, Mvmphli;
ltobt. Fulton, MomjOili.
Tho weather Is again cloudv, and tho tom-
pcraturo mild. A hnzlness In thontmosphero
seems to foretoken more rain.
Tho Mississippi river is falling nt St. Louis,
but ns mild wenther seems to bo grndunlly
spreading through tho wholedistrictnow cov
ered with snow, nbovo St. Louis, wo mny
look for a speedy, though not vory dangerous
rise, from tlio melting of tho snows.
The Ohio is falling at Louuvillo nnd Cin
cinnati, rising nbovo Cincinnati, fulling at
Pittsburg, while tho Monongnhclu Is rising
above Pittsburg, but no rise of consequenco is
expected. Thoro is seven feet, six inches
water over tho falls at Louisville, and eight
feef water in tho chnnnol at Pittsburg.
The Cumberland is falling with only four
foot on Hurpeth Shoals.
Hero tho river is nbqut stationary.
Business is rather dull, compared with Inst
The Paducah packet brought out 15 hhds
tobacco for reshlpment to Now Orleans, nnd
n few lots household goods nnd .sundries for
reshlpment to St. Louis.
Tho Cumberland brought 40 pkgs furni
ture, S cnttlc, 212 sacks wheat for Cairo; 600
pieces stoves and hollow ware, 2 hhds tobne-
co, 7 bbls egg', 18 pkgs sundries for reshlp
Tho Misslisinrii dlscharced hero two hund
red Texns cattlo and 100 tons groceries and
asicrtcil freight for Cairo, Cumberland river
nnu points on tlio l. U. it. n.
Tho Talisman brought out 80 hhds tobneco
for reshlpment to Now Orlenns, and several
lots sundries for Cuiro nnd reshlpment to va
rious points. She returned with rather u slim
Tlio Great Republic, Cupt. W. B. Donuld
son, loaves hero this evening for New Orleans
nnd way points. This magnlflcunt steamer
hns Intoly been repaired, although but littlo
wus nucded. except toa straighten her hull,
crooked in launching, n
nnd sho is now, with
that defect remedied, in ovory resiKtct a better
and faster boat than when lint built. Sho
has proven herself the fu.tcst bout on tho
western rivers, while her low pressure of
steam and great strength of hull makes her
proof against explosions or sinking. Tlio
timid may rejolcw ut such an opportunity.
Tho excellent littlo Cairo nnd rnducah
packet, Win. White, Cnpt. Northern, Clerk
Jimmy Beverly, leaves horo overy evening
Tho grand City of Cairo. Capt. Mnlen, is
tho regular packet for- Memphis and way
points this evening.
Tho "Invinelblo Armudu," Capt.
Dusouchot, Clork Willlo Fowlor, Is the
ulur Cuiro and Kvansvlllo packet this oven
Tho steamer Teoria City bound from New
Orleans to Cincinnati, utruck something, and
has gono to tho bottom of tho Missisippl, at
Colo Creek Island thirty miles nbovo Natch
ez. A telegram from Captain Silver givos
only this additional information , " Lies
very straight; don't know whether sho cun
bo raised or not." It is supposed horo tho
chalices aro against her being raited. Tho
Peoria City was to be louded nt Cincinnati
for IMUsouri river, In which stream she wns
iu tho habit of passing most of her timo. Sho
wns owned by Capt. Silver,' nnd tho Clerk of
tho boat, T. W. Shields. After receiving
her death wound sho was run to a bur, where
sho sunk in comparatively shallow wutor,
nnd her passengers und criw, and n numbor
of cattlo on board wore saved. Cnpt. Dugan,
of tho Underwriter, goes to Memphis by this
evening's train, from Columbus, to meet tho
Undor writers' board und sen what tho chances
nro for ruising her.
.OH M KM I'll IS.
w wnlTJk HtramerCltr of CAIRO. Malln, mis.
iM2laiCter. will Irive at above THIS UVKN1NK,
February u, at C o'cloek.
jCAM. Tj II INI) K, Agent.
QA1HO AND MKMPHIB
,rf?5!rKTllo H'lo aide-wheel steamer
II,W.HAMllON...Mater MAJ. I'AUli-....Clerk,
Leaves Cairo for Memphis and all Intermediate land
mgi . . .
Kvcry KrltUr KvenlatT lrriTal ot th
Orders for supplies to bo purchasedat Calroor Mom
phis promptly ntkniled to as directed. Plante rs nlong
inu rivur nnu uierenants in inn iwu i i" " ""'i
Hambletnn to lm a mutual benefit, nnd their patronage
, ryr ireiiiii, iiivitiuge, or inii'ri""l,u .'i'i;"mwwm
the wharfboabi, or on thn llamhleton. feb9dtf
Q A 1 UO ANiTi' Aiipp A
Thn Uctit draught passenger fiteainer .
- - tr u ...... rv.
ili i ifrjiiiTaw iii
11, Y. NOUTHKHN
I M Tlir.VI'IM.T
Will make reguler DAILY TBHH between Cairo and
Paducah, leaving Oniro Avery vei)iug'(isun.laj tii
eeiHeu; ni live u ckm'k,
Thn white ponueeu at Paducah wift the Now Orleans
nnd Ohio railroad, and tho Cumberland and Tennessee
For freight or passage apnlv onboard, or to
Mi J. PUCKLHTi Ag
JanSidtf yalro, III
A naturnlizntion petition sont to congress
from New York Pity, .ds C00 foot long, nnd
contains 27,000 names. .
A A special communication of Delta
Lodge, No. 508, F. nnd A. M., will
bo held nt Masonic Hall this (Thurs-
dny) evening at 7 o'clock. Visitors, includ
; F. U., coruinny inviicu.
JEWETT wii.coy, oocy.
I101l SAfcK-My renli'lenrn on Sth street, two to-
JU rles men, eight rooms nnu Kitoncn; nxiiireff,i
a entntiletQ repair i wood, conl,nnd itoro Iioum'. will
sell with or withourfuriilturo. .Mo, my lnw l l.riuy
nnu oineo iiirniiurc. iennriwj. ,ijriiirin nnniu-
lien me nr assiai nKmpiniiiKiwiiiiK"' ". V..11J
fcb25iici ii. k. B.o'MKiA'i:Sr.
OK HAIjK Threo ileslrnble rrildomrs nt Imr-
JOHN W. THOVKHA CO.
17S.OK SAI.K A line tvo-story Frnino House, suit
J side for store or Mlnon, with dwellinR. sllimteiloa
Uomtncrclnl nveaun, hi'twecn Kifchtpptitli nml Nine
teenth MrcetM. A barirnln enn bo hml by npvlyln to
me nt nn enrly dn y JAMKS KNdl.IHH.
ITIOlt 11K.VT ColiaD wllli 0 rooms nn Washing
? ton nronuo anil Tenth street. Apply lo
feblMlf W. W. THOHNTON.
WANTKO AlPXaiiilerOoliniy Orders, nt SO ct.
on tho dollar, for bII kinds of Lumber nnd llull-
ders Mnterlnls. W. W. TllOK.NTON.
Nntlcn U her'ubv aivon that dufiiillt Imvlnir oceurrptl
In the tierfonnntiee of the conditions expressed Inn
pertain innrtunvp or deed of trust, rxpeiiteil by tlcorKo
ivelloKK tn tlio ltevurvnu licurgti it. Aiiinson, i?ariiiK
date the ltdiiy of July, IBM, and duly reeunlpd In tho
otlloo of the ifecorder nf l)eed. in nnd fur Alexander
pounty, In theWtnto of Illinois, In liook "L," siKe IS7,
vp., sain iiioriKulje or ueeu m inm uuiivujiiik
mimbpred seeiiti pn (17) and eighteen (Is), in blok
nhmbercd thineen (Hi), n thn fity nf Cniro. In said
pounty and Htutp, we, tho undersigned, being the duly
nppoiiitpdmlinlnliitrator.siif iald Allinniii.tu whoms.ud
IlKirlKSgn wns made, nnd who is now ileeeused, will,
on I'fiday, tho fifth day of .Mnrrh next, A I. I'd, at
lOo'eloeklu thn forenoon nf that day, under mill by
virtue nf tho power of sale pnntalnnd In nul limrtk'ao
or deed of trimt, sell at publlonuetlnn to the hilicut
tinnier rorcain, at inn oinco nuuuinKoi mo irusieos
of the Cairo City l'roperty, ut thocornerof Wnihmston
nvenueand Hlghteeutli utrcet, in said Pity of Cairo. In
said county and .State, the above, dewril-eil lot or rent
entate, to satisfy thn purposes nml pumlitlons of said
rnoriKngp nrileen in irtini,
S.ilil nroiiertv wilt I
Cairn, 111 , Feb. hi, lSMd Admlni-trators, Ap.
Notico U hereby ttiven that default havins! oeiurred
n thn iierfi'tmaiiue of the cnnilitioiii exiireMed in n
pertain liiortgapn orileeil ofirint, exiutcd by I'c rry
I'owers to the Itoverend (lenrne II. Allinxin, liearuiK
ilatn thp'Jlst day nf Nowmlier, A. I), lsisl, and duly
recoriieu Hi inn union in win ueeorner ni neeu in lum
fur Alexandercouiity, in thehutnnf llluion, in Uiuk
"K." isiife 4sl. Ac. alil mortsicil or deedoftruft
conejm luti iiuiiiImtoiI eight (SI and nine (V), in
iiiin'k liuuuivreii liliriri'ii ll;, 111 uiu 1.-11 ii iu
said county nnd state, we, Ihu utidf riBned, lincttie
dyly appointed ndmlliistrotors of iQldAiilliMjn.towlium
said inortgnKe was made, and who In now tfprmsiil,
it. itm. .1.... nn.i 4 ri ium.
I St 11) o'clock in the forenoon of that day, undrrnnd by
vlrlueof thn pnwrruf rnlneontaineil in said mortem;"
or deed uf trust, sell ntpubliu auction, to the hij)ict
bidder for cash, at tho titlico buildinir of ihn Tmstws
of the Culm city I'roperty, at the corner of Washington
aenun und liuhteenth atreet. In nuldpilv of Calm. In
aaid pouuly and Mate, tho ulxiie deerited tot nr real
estatu tosatlafy thn purpose nnd pnndltlntK of ssld
ninrisagn or nccu in irusi. rum iinperi lis oe hjih
without rulemptlon. CHAPMAN III tilil.K,
Cairo, III., Feb. IS, leiD-til Admlniitratnr, Ae
Is hereby irivcn that default bavin noiirrd In
the ixirformancu cf thu conditions exnressrd in a Per
tain innrtzage or detd of tiu.t, mrcuicd by Joshua
Cushltiir. Jolin Gushing and Oeargn T Cu'shlng, to
Samuel ftUials Taviorami IvJxln l'ri.oiu, I rulrs
of the Cairo City Property, beano datn tlinSilidsy
nf May. 1MI, and duly rtaonird In Ihn nfr.ee
ol the Kccoreor of Deis. In and for Alexander
county, in the Slat of Illinois, In Hook P. oUedr.,
on p'gn i0, Ac, :i d mortgan or deed of trust ton
vein lot numbered fix it), serin (7) and eitht (),
In block numbered fifle en (Ii). la the first adililion in
the tlty of Cairo, In said county and state, we, the
undertlcnril. taid Truntee. will on I'n ljv. the ith
day (if March uext, A. D. IM, at 10 oVIotk In the
loruuoon of that dsy, undur and by vlrtuu ol th
power of sale eontalncd In said Mortgagv or deed of
tiust, Mil, at Public Auction, to the hlyheia bidder,
for ca'h, at tho office building nf aid Trustees, corner
of Wnar.logtoa avenue and Kighleenthslrrei, In Mid
any ni uairn, in saiu county ani mate, iuu aivive
ne.crinen real e.t-Te or lota nt ianl, lu aatisly the
piirp .sier and conditions of raid murtgagu or deed of
trust, Slid i rnperty wilt t o d withuut redemption
and ad'ed will m executed tn tho purchxer nn such
ale. H.KTAATd TAYI.OK.
Trusteeii of the Cairo City Properly.
Usted, Cairn, III., Fbruary H, 18l, did
Is herebr eivon that default havlm; npodrre J In the
perforiuaiicwof the coodlthms expntmed in a certain
mortgagoor tleol of trust, oxtcuicd bv Jualaututh
ing, John Custilug and tieorge I'. Cushlng.to tjamuul
ftaats Taylor and Kixin Parsons, 'lruteek of thn
Cairo City Proicrty, boarlngdatn the 30th dy of
Maich, isct, and duly rrcordfd in the ctnoebf I lie
Itecorrier of Deeds In and for Alexander county, iu
the State of Illinois, in llook 1'. of lived., en i.nue f,i.
Ac, said miirlgige or deed of trust convey, ng lot
numbered one (I I, two (2), three (J), four (I) and Ave
(5), In block numbered tiflvi-n (15), in the Brl addition
tn the city of Cairo, in said county and t dp, ue, Ihn
undsraiuned. said Truster, will on Fi Idav. Ihu Sih
day ofMareh next, A, 1). IU), at 10 o'clock In the fore
noon of that day, under and by virlu of the power
of le contained in said Mitt!e or deed ef tru'i,
sell, at Publlo Auction, to the hihrM blddai, for
cash, at the olDce building i.f mod Trimteo. ourimr
of WmihlnKton avonnuand I.Uhtceit .i ntreet, id said
city ol Cairo, in said county and State, tlio
above described real estate nr lots of Und lo atlfy
t!in imrposes and condition! of raid in"rtgae or deed
ofirurt, tiald prnprriy will be sold without loii inp
lion, and u deed will be executed tn the piiruhasuron
such sale. a. hl'AA'lN TAYI.OIt,
Truieiof the Culm City I'roierty.
Hated, Cairo. III., February IU, U0. did
f1AJC HAIjK NOTiOK.
To V. 11, Ilblbrook'n otute, and to all poraous inter-
You und eaeh of votl nro hereby notifleil timt at a
sale of tlty lots, for general porporatiun, iuiproicment
fund nnd interest fund taxe, for the city of Cniro, ill.,
for tho year HC7, held ut thti court huui in eaid etly,
on Monday, thnttlh day of December, 1S07, I, Ihu tin.
dersigneil, bi'i-nme tlie purcluier of path of tlmful-
inwing (KLicrioi-a eiiy low, nituuinu in inn niu eity of
Cairo, county of Alexander, and Htate of Illiuoiai
In whose name as
sessed nnd noli!.
I), II. Holbrogk'H estate
And that tho timo given by law fur thu redemption nf
tho aboin described city lots, will expire on tho Wh
day of December, 16?, and ttiut unless sooner re
deemed 1 shall apply for a deed for nnd pmseNsiou of
the aamc. A 0. tsI.AUOHTKlt A CO., Purchasers.
Dated Cairo, III., February l, lbti'J d3w
To Ilolilorsof past due fl audio per cents
vssiru way uoiiiia.
Notice whereby given, pursuant to a resolution of
the city council at italast mooting, to all imraons hold
Ing nix (ti) and ten (10) per cent. Interest bearing bonds
of the city of Cairo, anil which am now past due, that
Mid bonds, logothor with thn accrued Interest thereou,
will be paid upon presentation nt iny oflioe, und If sniil
lionda aro not pi emoted for payment on or beforo tho
SOtli lust , interest on thu aamn will bo atopped from
jmd after UiatdaUrf. WMrTi HKKHWAHT,
. . .. ..Treasurer and Collector of tho eity ef Cairo.
febl7dlt)l -i'Ai. v
A Clergyman, while residing in South Atnerlcu as a
missionary, discovered a safo and sltnplo remedy for
the euro of Nervosa Weakness, Fary Decay, Dhpases
of t)ieUrlhry andHcqDl Organs, and tbo whole train
of disorders brought on by baneful aud vicious habits,
.Orcat.numberi havoboeacured by this uoblo remedy,
rrompted by a deairo to beaefit tho ntllicted and un
fortunate, I will aend tho recipe for preparing and
using thia modicino, In a aaaled envelope, to any one
who needajit, raia or chssoe. Address,
juonru t, jriMAri,
Station D.liibln liouie,
New York City.
CAtno TIUNil ta CO.
QIIAS. T. 1IINDE, t ,
FOmVAKMNCJ AXI COMMISSION
A 3r 33 3ST T ,
AIItO TKAXSFJKR COMPANY
TliroiiL'li Illlls nf T.nillurr Riven to all
Arnllnlilo Point lit Hall or Water.
OB-Sl'ECIAf. ATfKNTION'TO FOIlWAItDING.
jyjKMl'HIS AND ST. LOUIS
ti,. rii,.iviiit limit eomiirisn this Lino and wU(
run In tho following order!
MKMP1IIH PACK KM
Arrive at Calro.lArrlVPiit Cniro.
Tuesday, 4 p. in
Thursday 5 run
Thurs., 1 njn
Arrive nt Oiiio,
Arrio at tu.r
1,111 Ul' ,UHV.,
Areher, Master i Wed tidy, .1pm
rridsy, 1 n.r
lllake. Master; II 'relay, 0 p.m
.Sunday, 1 a.m
(Xinway. Master; "
llanev. Master: nr.ilay. fi p.ni
Wodnsd'y 1 a m
Jt'l.lA. . I ..
ComieelingntSt. Louis with
Noi tliei n I.lnn l'ai Uel Coniniii ,
ICiolsiik I'ntUrt Com imn.-,
Oinuliu l'lieket Coiniaii)-,
and Various Knllrond Lines,
At Memphis mill
Memphis nnu While lllsrr rscati uo.,
Arkunaua Hlver racket Cniiiin'f
?I rm pill Mild C'liarlrslon It. It.,
and silislsliiil A. Teiiiu sstr It. It,
Vnxoo Hlser I'm'krt, and
Vlcksburi: nml .tfrrlillnn Ititllroad,
fliwig through bills Idling and tickets t" all available
ikjiiiU by rallnr rner. ........ , ...
' CII.Vrj.T. IIIND funeral Agent.
Otlicn on WharMsXst
KD. F. SI.-ON, Tli ket and Panger Agnut.
jVTASHVIIiLK AM) CAIHO
trs-r fViniistlni' of llin fnllowini'
:Uj'V?rrJs- , V,i " . "
itrr'.Li ilrlvinMd jaengor steamers:
HI MS .Master l ll.ltl'i:it .Cterk
STUO.Nf, ....Master WOOIH. C!e:V
HAItMO.N .Mater WF.VVKlt- ..Ckra
DAVIS Master DAVlrf- .Cleji
Making all intermvnlatn lauding, and giving apcul
attention to way business.
1.1IA3. I. lll.Ul'.. veinPMl .mrni
decll '6d Ottin on Mffiarftwav.
TLANTIO AM) .MISSISSIPPI
s t i: a si s ii 1 1 ; o m i a x y
C0MPH0.MISK LIXK STKAMK1LS
IsJT 3D SJV OnXiEj3L3V8
r . -1 1
jr "UK HTKAMKltS
XV. It. AHTIIUU .T ..PAKTI.lt. Ma.tr,
Hl.'TII , POillA.M, Master,
I'AVLIM', r.ltltt)I.I. WIIITK. Master.
IIINM.VllCK KNTKIKP.N, WasW
I,I7..in tJII.I. .(NKII Ma..ter,
COJIJIO.VWKAI.TII CO.M.Y, M.vUr,
OI.IVK HIIA.M II JONK's, Maiter,
CONTINKNTAI. . (JltKIINUI'lllI Masr
Comprising all the finest nnd largest Ismta out of 6
One rf tl.u al r.. l.n. i.f tentnera ill b .ive Ca in
for N w Orleans every other day, einnis.tiug at Nr
Dneans with UJiun Line nfKUnimers lo
I.U'er)iool, Mew York. Un.tmi, uuil finlvrs.
P.lsengcr1 nnd .Shippers ran rely on ono of the
lats leaving Horn um-tiiiilly ns almte. Will p.l
particular attention to all way freight below Mcmph
lo New Urlcan.. C1I.W. T. IIINDF,
tletieral Agent, Ca re
Oftiep, on Whrflial, lhibllc Landing
J.I i. F. hI.-)Ns Pu-j-cngor and Tinltot Agent,
Ufllee, nt St. Charles Hotel.
IVTEJIPIIIS, "W'HITK HI Y Kit AND
1V1 L1TTLK HOCK
UN1TKD HTATKH MAIL LINK.
JOHN n. UAVLSi Sup't, Memphis, Tennewne,
Thu silcndid sido-whoel
.SIAVTLOWKIl, COMSlKHOIAs aiMi
I.envn Memphis every TU TODAY. TJIUIWDAY and
KATl'ItDAY, at 5 p.m., fur Whltu Uiver, cuuuootlnKui
Duvall'n ItltirT with the Memtihls nnd Little Hock. Kiwi
road for Little Itouk and lint Hprings. Timo nxui
Memphis to Little Itock, IS hours.
Freights and Passengers receipted oror thoabsvva
Lino nt lower rates than any other route.
CHAS. Tt 1IINDK. Agent, Cairo. III.
Otlice on Wharf-boat.
JgVANSYIIiLK AND CA1KO .
f'sIjtJsisr ilia fsillnwino
SiileutUd l'ttsseugor. Stoainow:
DUriOUOIIKT faster ,KOWLEH ..Ckrlr
Leaves Cairo Bunday and Thursday nt 0 p.m.
PEXTEIi , Master OKAMMF.lt...i jCUiM
Leaycs Cairo Tuesday am, Friday nt 0 p.ni.
HOWARD Master WJtKJHT .......sCiorK,
Leaves Cairo Wednesday and .Saturday at Q p.m.
Making all Intermedial landings, and paying-pf
tlcttlsr attention to I'acket Freights.
f CHA8.T.UINJVK, General Agent.
0tfice oa WluvrT-bestli