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Time of Arrival unit Departure of JIhIN.
,Ciiiro I'ol Otliee, February it, 18(V )
a nunc. aw tins.
(Time of closing.)
Norlli (through :3Un.m.... ikon p.m.
Motilli (through and way). 1:00 11.111 ll:iip.m.
(Smith (Mcmphls-AN. I).).. 4:C0n.m :o p.m.
Ohio ttlver route 6:uo p.i WOp.m.
Mississippi lljvor route, ,
Tuesdays ami Fridays... fiiOuplii 7:00 p.m.
Charleston, Mo.. Tuesday
Thni"id.iy.Vfntitrdis..ll:OOii.m .. lhOJu.m.
Tliehes, doo-o Island iiinl .,
.Santo In tHWp.ml rl. cOtn.m. f-af.
i)Jiio ltiva mute depart every tly 'x' 'P L?',J,1,,!iV"''
For oysters, g to Louis Herbert and pro
cure sntno of his Mobile rilifll Oysters.
Tliontuuo ofS. 1'. Wheeler, liso,., of this
city, hits bean mentioned in connection with
a sent in tlio proposed constitutional conven
tion. i. o. nr o. t.
Siller Pantile AVoodbury (I. AW V. 'J', of
Illinois, will attend tliu next regular iiioetlno;
tf Cairo Lodgo No. ."51, on Tuesday evening
next. Kvery member is expected to be in ut
tendnnee. I. M. Warwick, V. C. T.
United Silntc District Com-!.
The llrst term of tlio United States District
Court will commence to-morrow morning nt
lOo'clock A. M.in tho.nllleo of Muxh, Oreon
nnd Gllbart, Kgyptlnn Modi, Ohio Levee.
The jndyo and district attorney arrived by
tlio afternoon trnin i tliu clerk nnd marshal by
the train previous
. in n
The alarm of Arc, Saturday nijlit, was oeca-'
(dotted by tlio commencement of what would
have provod a mu.-tt disastrous eonllHgrntion,
had it not Won promptly subdued. Tho roof
nround tho ttnuk of tlio smelting furnace of
Heed A: "Mann's foundry, wa discovered to be
in n blnxe, by partle on tho lovoo who raided
tho cry of fire, and brought assistance. The
Arab I'ire company gave it a few well direct
ed cold dashes, and entirely extinguished it.
Had tbi llro got beyond the control of tho
11 rem w, th dostruetlon of jloo,t)00 wortii of
jtr'j"rty or.ul.l not have been prevented.
Local Items In llrlrf.
Tht various churches wero well filled yes
terday, tho ooonslott being a temperance ser
mon, or rather, u discourse upon tlio evils of
iutoniprtuicu, by tho several resident mini"
A teacher connected with ono of our sab
bath schools 1h. with unvarying regularity
for iiiuiu'ut, . tucked his tiutdU with - nickel;,
that they might swell tho library fund.
While thU ooume pleased the little fellow it
told very perceptibly upon tho weekly collec
tions. It thould not bu forgotten that the parents
ofscholar tiro piirtlculiitly und pre-slngly in
vited to visit the public schools. Tlio teach
er i.re groatlv encouraged by such visits, tho
ihlldr.n pleased, and tho pureiita tlwselvos
ncqulr a rolUV.i knowledge of tho character
tit tho school.
At T o'clock this evening Mr. .1. Ituldo
.Smith will exhibit the power of llubcock's
vombri.ii little lire lighter, in a content with
a bontlro to ho built in tho common In the
rear or' tho St. Charles Hotel. Lut's all go
To the inquiry, often repeated, why lms
work come to a stand still on the new custom
JioiifO .' wo have unvaryingly unsuorod "wo
,!on't know.'' The money is not all exhaust
ed vet; ample material U at liuud, and there
it no luck of workmen. Something i wrong j
thora i a "mux'' omowhore.
The J'rionih of education in Southern I iliii,
and and particularly schnol teacher, and otli
tor., l.iiultl bear in uiiinl t tint Mr. .loid (i.
Morgan it ongaued in tin, publication in this
.city of an mliicatioinil journal that is eminent
fly worthy of their patronngo, and cordial
uiUtsnce. Kvory nehool teacher in Southern
l!liuoi owe it to himcelf arid tho caili'o to
whleh ho ii dovotod, to nilncribo for It. Semi
in your if 1,50, nddresncd to tho 'Southern llli
noli Teacher," and advio your neighlKirsi to
The tlty'i, lineal year end on the With of
Mareb. On that day tho ollicor elect enter
apon k dUuluiru of their duties.
Th new charter abollsheo the board of
puUK' work, tliiu relieving thy clty.of, an
vpeiiw for which there never wa- an evident
Tin1 ropntr being made on the iddowalk'
j)artloularly that edging the uet sidoof
WukbiiilfUu Avenue, eumo not,elofoou. Tho
iiuiuerou bole made lotoinotiHi, aftxr dark,
A eolorod 'gentleman" bog" u to drop tho
lmrU appellation of "wench" a uppliud to
"ladlfti of cdoi " who aro to "tllsfi'rtuuato'' a
lo contribute to the employment of'onr police
olllci. admoulnhas. u tlo.t the negroes
will vote here, kometitnc, and tliat, therefore,
it wool '. Imi tli Mirt of wUdoin to (ninciliuto
them. . I
SliiRiilni' lllxvlomirc r 'l'lu lr Culll.
Lato Cinuiunati papers contain tliu detail
if tlie niurdur of 31 1. J. II. Woo, of Shom-
'rock, Adams county, Ohio, and givo exjircs-
ilou to tho suspicion that two boys, living in
the family nnd named Frank Hardy and "Vil-
lio Taylor, aro tho guilty parties.
On Saturday ovoning last Mr. Murphy,
clerk of tho Antrim House, in thU city, was
rending an account of tho homicide in tho
Cincinnati 'Commercial,' when Hardy and
Taylor Mopped, in the door. Having been n
resident of tho same neighborhood ho recog
nized tho boys, and at onco suspected their
participation in tho crime. Ho detected tho
imitation of tho bow. and plied thorn1 with
ipicstlotts based upon tho assumption of their
guilt, and succeeded in drawing from tho fol
lowing confession :
Ono tlav but week, Monday wo believe, Mr.
Ulce and tho two boys, (Hardy being a step
son and Taylor a bound boy) wero In tho barn,
bottling vinie wine. Tho boys bad partaken
pretty liberally and wero partially intoxica
ted. Tho old gentleman reprimanded them,
angry words ensued, when Hardy becoming
enraged, seized a hatchet, and dealt bis step
father a blow with It upon tho head which
killed him instantly. Tho boys then dug a
hole on tho outside of the barn into which
they rolled tho body, after rilling it of a gold
watch and chain and $1000 cash, covered It
uji and hastily lied the country.
Mr. Murphy, determined that tho ends of
justice should be served, sent out a bystander
for Marshal Hogan, who soon made hU ap
pearance, took them in ehnrgc and committed
them. Tho gold Match and chain and $r0
of the money wero recovered, and aro in tho
possession of the marshal.
Thddis closure of tho boys' guilt, live hun
dred miles from the scene of tho murder, un
der the peculiar clrcu Mnneos stated, is ono
of those realities that aro stranger than action,
and furnlie another proof of tho truth of
the adago that "murder will out."
Owing to a provision in thu lato charter
amendment that requires of an Incumbent of
the otlieo of select councilman a real property
qualillcatioa of SI, C00 above incumbrances,
taking the last county aemont as tho
standard, two of tho gentlemen elected on
tho U.'ld will not bo able to qualify. A va
cancy will thus be created in the First and
Second wards which will havo to bo tilled by
- ii i M i. .....
It will bo recollected that at a recent meet
ing of the city council a ii vo thousnud dollar
bond, executed by. tho city to tho Cairo and
St. I.ouis railroad company, wai repudiated,
and the comptroller directed to pay no fur
ther intermt thereon. The bond being the
property of a Now York gentleman named
Mo.Ciinnis, who being cognizant of thu pres
ence of ? 0,000 of our interest fund in that city
chipped an attachment on tho same, that tho
city's liability to pay may bo speedily de
termined. Tlio mo't perplexing question with our
"city dads" is, therefore, "HVkmm thcthtiutUr
The bill for a Southern Illinois univerity
will undoubtedly pass tho house and become
a law. It appropriates $7.1.000 toward tho
erection of a suitable building, and provides
that the university shall be located at tho
point that oilers the ino-t liberal contribution.
How much can Cairo give?
('mi 1 1 mini Ion Anions 111 nek AVorlil)irra
The Mount Orange itaplhit church build
ing caught tire lnt night during service. The
1ioum was crowded with colored worshippers,
and the night being somewhat cold the two
Moves wero tired up to a red hot temperature.
From tho pipes of tho.so the lire was commu
nicated to tho wooden celling, and promised,
for the moment, the most serious rceult. Tho
crowd rushed for the door, which, opening on
tho inside, was closed dy the immense pres
sure of a hundred panic-stricken people, and
tho small windows, being ten feet from tho
tloor, aflbrdod no mean of escape. The ap
plication of a little water soon removed all
caii'o of alarm, however, and tho services
continued, tlie miuUter making tho point out
of the occurrence, that h'a littlo flro hero is
sb alarming, sinners ought to tremble un
ceasingly in view of the lake of liquid lire,
He., presided over, etc., by tho arch-enemy
of mankind. '
Jtr-Jiuy eudoro his iiiipri-niinn iit like tho
truo martyr that ho comforting biinelf by
tho reflection that men as 'purotind renowned
as ha rbav(s.kiillered like indignltle-.
IMant your fimdo und fijulj. tt0w now, and
you will be ia.urod a healthy growth. Fine,
largo, well ri..itcd mnplo and cotton woods can
bo procured at 71 icnts (acli, tmnpplanted
and warranted. Kvorv street, except Levee,
should bo lined with 'than. Their slitulo l
most grateful In the summer, unl while thoy
contributo to tho guiteral hualth they servo
to beautify tho city. Uy ull means plant
Oharloy l'li'JVrHrat WulUr cc SIskhi's Is
oxceuii. oiuitoit inn now In t ! matter of
oyster utoWHiind fries. Kvery thing about
tho liMtauraut 1 now and olobii, unit tlio pro
once of Charloy us presiding genius nvnf'thu
cooking rHiige, gives tho oaluMUhmcul m
irresifcUblo fascination in tho oye. of hungry
A nej.To wood-huulor was belaboring an
old A auie of n horse with h Mick of Wood on
Twentieth Mreet, Saturday ovoning, boeauso
it could not, assistod by its shadow of u undo,
"get out o' dat." A gcntlonmn riding by ad
monished tho unfeeling fellow of hU cruolty,
by giving him a whack with the butt of his
jriding whip I We honor that mun f r bin kind
hoartcdncM. Wo regret, I.ow r that bis
wliiji wa not i dray pin.
Dan Hartman is a regularly licensed mjoj
tioneer, has nmplo wnrerooms at 103 Commer
cial avo'nne, and is ready to sorve patrons' in
tho mostisathfaotory mnnncr, and on tho;nost
reasonable tonnsi Ho is doing a good busi
ness, and giving general satisfaction.
Tho county court, for county business,
Judge A. U Hbdgc, presiding, nnd John
Ilowley and James Ii. MeCrite, associate-,
convened this afternoon, in tho olllcu of tho
county clork. .
'The farewell monthly meeting of tho city
council will bo held this evening. Hand
some valedictories', etc., will no doubt add
spice to tho proceedings.
Ilnrnoy Lnfllor has mndo his appearance ill
tho city." Wo hope his future life will show
Hint tho professions of change ho avows, are
heartfelt and sincere.
........ t .. .. i t... ....... .1 .111ii. imnrntir lil-
l , -ii u llllllis;iiiii
Hon has been made to continue work on tho
new custom house.
At tho St. Charles hotel, immediately, some
good, experienced llrst cla-s girls, to fill posi
tions as chambermaids, dining-room girls nnd
in tho laundry. Those who can bring good
recommendations nnd are not afraid to work
will bo emploved at good wages find prompt
pav. fl.'ltf Ji:wi:tt "Wilcox As Co.
I'oil I.Ut for the I Hoiiim
Tsvo oVIinU, I'. 31.
(on. Amlcrsiiii Colam,
l.ecul Tcailvr, (.!
Siher Spray. "
Mollle I-Vrl, "
.Mary Aliee, White lilvrrj
Win. Wlntr. l'mlncali:
II. .o Memphis, M. I.otil
M. Ilimiblfton, "
City of Cairo, Mcmiilii.-;
(irntnl l.skc. Pillstnrj,'.
flea. Ainlcrson. Colum.; 'iu. While, I'mlm-tthi
llsilc Memphis, Mvmphl.t
I.cKhI TcniliT, Louisville;
lher siiry, Cineimmtl;
Sllifr M'win, "
Julia, Vi U.lHirni
Cislro .MnrKrt Tsvm y Vrni- Aro, Kir.
Wo have in our possession a full tile of tho
old.Oalni 'Delta,' published in Cairo twoiity
one pears ago. by Col. Add Sandeii. In look
lug over its commercial reports, as corrected
weekly by II. S. Hnrrell. we lgh for a return
of those old-timo prices moM prodigiously.
JiiM look at them, as they ruled on the 7th
of April, 1848; Flour per bid., $4 30 corn
meal, nr. cents; potatoes, cents; corn in
ear, 1 r(. 'i0 cents; oaU, 15 cepts; dried ap
ples, 73 cents dried peaches, 85 cents ; bacon
hanix, G(n,' cents', hog round, lf,i,5 cents;
butter, per lb., i((i2 eijnts: lanl, SfCe'outs;
j sugar, 3( 0 cents ; ooll'oe, 8fJ0 cents; impe
I rial tea, 7.r( 80 cents; load, 5 cent; wlil.ky,
per gallon, J5 cents; molasses, i!5 cents;
chickens, per dijzun, $,1 00; eggt 0 couts;
tullow, iierlb., 0 cents ; beef cattle, net, '-('!)!!
cents; hogs, net, 'ifi 'l cents; white beans, 10
(11,50 cent-, tier bushel ; dry Hint hldea, tij
cents ; and green, .'I cents. In September, of
the same year, we had greun apples at 20
cent's per bushel; green peaches at 15(-0
cents or nothing, accoiding to the temper of
the buyer, and fresh country butter at 0 cents.
The' hotels eharced $'J 30 per week for
t Wfarding and lodging. Laborers commanded
. yil 50 per day, or $:i0(, f to jior month.
A negro wench, who works on Division
. . . . .. .. .
street,, created quite an oxcuement, tins
j morning, by raving nnd shouting in tho btrcet,
charging her noisy and unseemly demonstra
' lions to tho fact that Mio "got religion about
! daylight." She cssnved a conference with
i tlio divine, llradloy, but the Jailor refused to
j admit her, whereupon her "religion" enthused
her a second lime, causing her to gallon, and
squall around tlio square more like a inttnine
than n rational human being. Nearly every
" man, woman and child in the neighborhood
i was called to the ttr'-ot by her turbulent
Ii. Arthur, .V. ,
(iniinl l.:ili'. "
(ilf ih(mIp, l'ill.lMiri;;
(.'Uy if Cairo, HI. I.onl.;
f.aily (iiiy, "
Tlie weather is clear and beautiful, with a
'genial south wind. Tlio mercury has risen to
10 dogreos, and the cold weather seems to bo
over, unless tho old proverb holds good "If
March come in like a lamb, it will go out
like a Hon." As with the ground hog prov
erb has failed this year, let us hopo the other
Tho Mississippi is still falling at St. Louis,
and full of ice to Columbus. Tho present
weather will soon dissipate that obstruction,
however. The Shamrock, Pink Vnrblc, lice
and barges, and Mollio Kbert, bound for St.
Louis are all laid up here, waiting for tho Ice
Tlie Ohio Is falling slowly nearly its whole
entire length, with six feet four Indies in tho
chute over tho falls, and six feet six inches in
thu channel to Pittsburg.
Here the river has fallen eight inches since
Ilusincss is very good.
The Kvansvilla nnd Naihville packets
brought moderate amounts of freight, but re
port freight becoming rather scarce along tho
The Mollie Able received 'J00 tons at this
port, the principal items being 1000 bbls flour,
50 hhds tobacco, 200 bbls pork:
fho Kellogg received hero 24,000 bushels
wheat in bulk, 400 bbls llour, 20 tuns wagons,
10 tons oat und 20 tons lanl, soup and can
dles, ull for 'cw Orleans.
The Mollle Hnmbleton roeulved 10 head
cnUe and several tons sundries for Memphis.
1 ho Rubicon discharged 00 bales cotton for
rcihipmcnt to Kvansvillo,
'J lie Jjndy tiay Discharged hero 413 heud
I'oxas cattle, lao bbls rice, 10 tons iiundrits
for roshlpment north per I. C. 11. K., 7:i hhds
sugar, 130 bbls molasses, l.t crates ware (in
bohd) for reshlpment td Cumberland river,
nnd the following for Cairo: Stratton, Hud
son A: Clark, 3 hhds sugar; I). Hurd & Sons,
7 bbls rice.
The Shamrock discharged a largo quantltv
merchandise for Cairo. .
Tho I'ink Vnrblo bad tho largest lot of co
llar poMs and lumber over taken to St. Louis
on ono boat, compVJsing' 125,000 ft ot cedar
lumlier ami 3,000 cedar posts. ,
I'he Win, White, Cant. Northern, Clerk
Jimmy lleverlv, is tho regular Cairo and
Padueah packet this evening.
The John Lumsden,' Capt, Owen Davis,
Clerk Doug, l):ivl, is the regular Cairo and
Nashville packet to-morrow at noon,
Tho telegraph was singularly ignorant of
the eaue of the sinking or the Peoria City.
Tho reports nil aid ''ho struck something."
Passengers who wero on board and nrrived
bore on tho Ruth, say tnat tho ".omcthing'
which she struck was the bank of the river,
ngalnM which sho ran, at nearly full speed,
during a fog. Tlie pilot was so suro that ho
was out in tlie middle of the river that he was
not careful to run slow'.
Qaiho and mkmthis
T- . -a TSonlr
-ifJV-J'I'o flu" side-wheel stenmer
H. W.llAMnoN....MuHter I MAJ. I'AUI, Clerk,
I. fine. Culm fur Memphis ami nil Intermediate luiul
ini;s Kvs-ryJh'rtUay KvritinK arrival of the
Onlers for supplies to be purchased at Calroor Mem
phis prnmplly atlemlel to as illuTleil. J'Ualers along
Urn riu'raail merchants la the to cities will timl the
llniiiMi'louioUia iiililnnl tieavllt, ami their patronage
ia respectfully m,li eil,
Kor frelchl, pahu(e, or Information appl) nnhouni
the. wliurfboau, ,r on tlio Jliimblctun, f e I . I ( f
1AIKO AND PADUOAH
Tlie 1 1 k r t IruiKlit passenger Hluiiint-r
-2 wji, winTic,
It. V. No'ltTllKUN , Muster,
J. M. IIKVKIU.Y Clerk,
W.ll mako reuler DAIIjV Tllll'rf hetween Quiro anil
Pa'lucali, IvHviiiif Cairo every etonlng (Humlays t.
cepte i) at IhtiuYliR'k,
1 he Whttn eoaneeU at I'ducah witMlio New Orleans
mh i Ohm nnlre-Aj, anil tho Gumberlsnd und Tennessee
river p.u keis
Fur freight or uuiaso apply onlieard.or to
M. J. JIUCKI.Er, Agent,
(Tho St. Chniles Holel, Siimlny, l'elirfmry 2ft,)
II Temple, tlillli; t' H Clark, Chlenqn;
.1 II Iidlmii, fsprlngflelili T Znnder-oii, N Oi
T M Itertson, . Y -f 11 (latelies. O A V K III
W II Claiiiumn. Centriillns .1 A W liiilrniii,.ellyi
( i H Whllloiv, fit Louis; Alio May. CliK'iaiifltli
M 11 Culm. " I, Mend. Mlllllloi
H Klw It rtibl lf K O, , A II.Lew l, Texus:
.1 wllhiuiks, Ml Vernon;
W Kill:. "
II (1 CiirKr, Md til) I
W Colili.St I.oiti.;
I, ll.sihcpurd Jc w, ChiengolJ V Hlelts, Texas:
Mrs mormon, rcxas.
W A MeCl.wnd, Mt Voilioo
I' V Cole, llli
A l'l'crrls, N Yi
11 Lester, Clileug";
II M Jonc, St Lotus:
(! . lleiili, iMni'iimnni
CAtiei TKAKsrrH co.
ItH?.M A fnreolUr Tlio owner can linxc the
I; SAtiioljy calling lit fir. Wnnlaer's ollli e, proving
properly mid pnymg for this mhertlseincnt. It
JMtll HALM Olt 11UKT Nuireottngo. 8 room,
cistern, out liilihllngs, three lots corner Locust
mid SlxtPfnth streets. CM HAP.
murldlf UltKK.y filLllLIIT, Ally's.
1()ll NAI.K My residence on Stli street, two sto
' rles; high, eight rooms mid kilehenj gn llxtures, nil
In' complete repiiiri wood. conl,iind store house. Will
sell with or inthmtr furniture. Also, my lutv lilirnry
nnd otlieo fnriiltiirr. Termieiwy, My friends lll nlc
lice me. hy assisting mo in disposing of this protwrty.
ilesirnMe tcsldete'es nt Iwr
JOHN W. TltOVfllt A( ().
ITIOIl SALK A line two-story I'rnine House, suit
; (il.le for store or saloon, with dwelluie, sitiintedon
Commerelul aveiitie, letwecn Kighteenth and Nine
teenth strei ts. A linrgHln eiia l hnd l.v h)iI) lug to
meat mi early ita y JAMIW HXilLI-sll.
PnBMMtwwwmm M llllllll
17OII ItKNT- t.itl.ige with U r.tiis on Washing.
11 .1 mi,. n,wl Tnth street. Aonlvto
. tjiiii;. tii..
ri"AS. T. HINDK,
FOKWAItDINK AXI COMMISSION
-A. Cr 33 TST 1
(JA1IU TltAXSl'KU C'OMIMM'
UA UK) ILLINOIS.
Tliioill HIH' "r Lnillnu Klv.11 to nit
Arallnlili: Points) li' Hnll nr AVntr.
U-S1'KCIAL ATTKXTION TO rOUWAtlDINO.
jyj-KMPHLS AND ST. LOUIS
: istM). : tLk, j !.;
Th following Honts eoniprisD this Lill and w
run la the following order 1
Arrive at Cnlro. Arrne at Cur ,
iow.. I ti'.
r.VNTKlF--.Ue.MnlirCoiinty tnl. r-. t so .
on IheiMtar, for all kinds of l.ninl-r nnd Itiiil
tiers' Matennl. W. W. TIIOJ'.XTD.V.
TAX SALli NOTICK.
To ft. II. Iloll.rixil.'s estate, mid to all )H'rs.,ns inter-
Volt nnd pssdl of )ou are herwtiy notiBed that at a
sale ef city lots, for general curMrMtmn, inipniveim-nt
fund and interest lend luxes, for th ell) of Cairo, 111.,
fortheyear 147. held at the court house In swid il.v,
011 MniiiUy. theWli day of lievcmlwr, tHff, I, the on
dorslgneo, Ui'iilile the plirelirtser uf ewh of the fol
lowltfg deseNliod city lots, sltllat.sl in the said city of
Cairo, county of Alexander, and State of Illinois !
Ill whine tiAine
srod and i'M.
1). II. llvlbrook's estate
. . ....M.......H. .
Anil that III" tune gnen hy law far tlte re.emii0 f
the aUite ileserllHsl city lots, will i-xpire on the Mt
day of JWemltT, and that imlr.s sooner re-
ileemeil I shall apply for ndeesl foranil possession f
the s.ime. A O. H.ACW1ITKII A. CO., I"nrei-er-.
Hated Cairo, 111., Kehraary Is, I''
T Holders of paat line It Mini III per eriit.
Cairo Ull- iioiiiis.
Note-,, is lierehy guru, pursuant to 0 resohitioti of
the city eonned ut llsUt m'eting,tnll persotts Imld
Ing six (C and ten (10) per cent. Interest l-eannr hnmU
of thiieitrof tiOro, anu whkh are now-past due, that
said lsads, together with the ait-rued inl.-rest theresitij-
III be paid tun lresenlationat my oita e, and If said
bonds are not presented for ijmf lit on or l-fo e the
JOtli Inst., Interest on the .ime will I st.,p.e from
sad after that date. WM. T. llKKKWAIIT.
Treasurer aad Collcetor of the eity of Cairo.
Notice is hereby given th.it ilefaatl having m-enrri"!
in the jierforiii.inve of tlie eonditlon. express,! 10 k
eerUltuii'irigng" cirdeel of trust, exeriiudbi Perry
Powers to the lEccereiu! lieork'e ll. Allin-ou, liearing
date the i'lst day of .VotemlxT, A. I'. and duly
recorded In thu olliee of the llx-order f liewls In and
for Alexander county, in the Mate of Illinois, in Iswk
"K," ue 1st, Ac., said inorlgacv or deeliil tnist
convey Uig lots namls-red eight (a) and nine V, In
bloelc numbered thirteen (13i, in the city of Cairo, in
satd county and state, the undersigned, lng the
rurviTor of thn duly apolnte adminlstraturs of
aid Allmson, to whom slid mortgaije was
made, and who is now decease.!, will, on
I'riilay, the nineteenth day of Map Ii next, A. I. !.
at 10 o'clock In the forenoon of that day, under and by
virtue of the power of s:ile contained in raid iiKirtgago
or deed of trust, sell ut pilblie auction, to the higheet
bidder for cash, at the ottk-e building of the Trustees
of the Cuiro City I'roperty, at the corner of WaslmiKtoii
avenue und Lijthlccnlh street, 111 s.ndciiy of Cairo, in
said county and Htatc, the klsive dewril-d lots nr real
estate to satisfy the purposes and conditions of said
mortgage or deed of trust. Slid property will 1' sold
without redemption. CHAPMAN llllHLK,
Surviving Adminisir.itor, A
Cairo. III., Feb. K; lStW-td
iThuixloy J un
iMonilny, 1 a. ..
faturJar, Omni Ttter.. 1 n.ut
Atrlvs? at Oalro. Arrive at t a.i ,
Dual. tsiwx. t r-
CITV 01' ALTON, j Wwlwl'y, 8 w
, iiaaier; ,
llfttlCON, iKrHay, fr f.m
Male. Maater: ,
LWMINABV, I " "
M. K. KOtts-rTH, funda), r.w
Priday. 1 .
Wwdnad'y 1 a 1
Connecting at t. Louis with
Nortlii 111 Lino I'oeUel C0111111111) ,
ICrnkiiL I'm Let Ciillliull) ,
Ollialln I'ei U t Collliull-,
mi l Vol loos Ilnllionil Lines.
At .Memphis with
.Mi mplilH unit AVIilte lllvrr 1'nrLet Co.,
ArkniisiiH Illvrr I'arkil Company,
.M niplils mill Cliarlrstou II. It.,
Mtl l lislssljipl A. T II lira see lt.lt.
At Vicksbnrg with
V1111111 lllvir IncUi U, and
VIcUsliiu K unit Meridian Itnllrouil,
Olving through bills lft.mKivl t.. kels to all urs 1 t, ,
litnts by w. r river
t;llA-s. T. IIINI'K, 'ienrral Agent
Orhee on VI.rf-la!
KI. K. HIsmiN, Ticket and Passenger Agent
jSTASHVILLK AND CAIP.O
itf?- Consistinr; of tho followint:
trjrfcr.Tsl'lendld iascnt;er steamers:
" XASII V1LI.K,
.IM-! Master HAltl'KI! -..(Vr
Mx.ter I WoolH.
PAVI.s Ma-ter I DAVIS....... Clrak
M&klng all intermenlate bindings, and giving spec j
alleiltloll to way Isisiness.
CIIA.-s. T. llt.NIiH. (ien.Tal Ag'n"
deoil'iJ OllW-e oh Wharfloa' ,
TLANTIC AND MISSISSIPPI
Is hereby uiven that u fault having wurred in the
erfornianeu of the conditions expensed in avurlalu
murlgaguor di.l of oust, executed bv Joshua Cuih
nu, JohnCustungand lieome I, Cnhi"g, to iniii-l
Htal Tsjlor and liiUi I'.uoai, I rns'ees "f the
CaiioCltv Properly, Iwatlng ili the M ,sy of
Maich, list, ami itu y recorded In the . Hire of the
Hecor.lsr of Deeds In and for Alexander ooitnty, In
Die mat of Illinois, in Hook P. of Heeds, on Hane AS
do., said mortgage or ded of trust conveying Ids
S T K A .11 S II I 1 V O .If I A X V
C'0311'ItOMISK LINK STKA.MKILS
niitiili.11 o.l una vli, two (2),Hire (.1), f.uir . Ii and Ave
(A), in block numbered tlfleea (t.'i), in I tie llrst addition
in tun coy 01 i.airn, in sain rnnniy ami si ie
unilrr-Uneil, sui.l Trustees, will on K...t
day of .March next, A. I. IC3, at 0oV.u:k 1,1
noon of that day, imderand by virlil" of tl
te.le, ronlaineil tn s.tll Mlirtiafe 01 d-'-d
sell, at Pilblie Auction, to' the highest la1.)
tn thn city of Cairn, in said enemy and st te, we, the
uniier-uneii, sum 1 rosier-, win on r iiH, ine 01 11
day of .March next, A. !. IC3, at 10 o'e,u:k ii Urn fore.
! of trust.
cs.li. at the olJIee liulldlng .f svid Trnsieos, ooriier
of Washington. avemiP snd Klvlileentli sir 1 1, in smd
City ot Cairo, 01 .said county ami h'ate, Ihe
alKiveilesmilicil real esmtw nr lots of I u.d to s.iti.fy
Ihe purposes and oQiulitlon ef ss I in ' ta we ordeed
oft not. Maul proprriy will he sold ouh 'lit riideinp
lion, and a del will b exeetiled 10 the imehanr 1.11
such sale. H.I frAAT'l T.WI.OIt,
Truesnf die Ca'ro Cay P'oieriy.
Dated, Cairo III., IVI.neiry I'i, IWi, ,t.l
Notice is hcicby given that dcf.iull having iN'. iiricd ,
in the iicrform.ince of the conditions exiiresscd in u I
certain mmtgge or deed of trust, executed by (icorge ,
Kclloug tn the Itovercinl (icorge 11, Allitison, beuring
date the Istilav of July, lOI,nnd iluly nvordeil In the
otliee of llm Itci'order of Ileitis, in ami for Alexander 1
county, in ftie .State of Illinois, In Isiok "L." page 17, I
Ac, said mortgage or deed of trust come) lug lots,
numbered seventeen till and eighteen il, 111 blot I; '
numbercjl thirteen (t:ij, in thy uitv of (into, in sanl
cniinty"imi State, the itndcrsliiied, Udus the survivor
of tlio tlllly npinlutcii iiilmiiiistrators to smd Alllllsoll,
to whom HiiM mortgage whs made, mid who is now
tlcceasctl, will, 011 l iiday, Ihe nineteenth day of
March next, A l. ISO', (d 10 o't hi'-k In thn
forenoon of that tiny, under nnd by virtue of the 1
stiver 01 sale comiimeu 111 juiu iiiuriKugo
or deed ef trust, sell at public auction to the highest
bidder fur cash, at Ihe ottlce building of the Trustees
of the Cairo City Property, at tliecorncrol Washington
avcmie nnd Kighteenth street, in said city of Culm, Ia
said county and ."bite, the nbnvc iliscriled lotserieitl
estate, to mttisfy thn purpiocs nnd contlltious of suid
morlgago iinleed of trust. Mini property will Is' sold
without redemption. CHAPMAN fllDIiLi:.
Surviving Administrator, An.
Cairo, III ,l'th.!,lSC'i.ti
I hereby given that default having occurred tn
tho performance ef the onmlitloiis expressed m a eer.
tain moitiiigB or deed of Hint, exeeiitcil by Joshua
'Ctishln's, John dialling and ticorgo T Cashing, to
Kamuel StHuts Tavlornml Kdwin Parsons, Trustees
of the Cuiro City Propiirty, bearing data llio.'illi ilsy
of May, JSCI, and duly reuonletl In the otllco
ot thu lUcoriier of Reels, In and for Alexander
county, in the Slate cf Illinois, In Hook P.ofUecds,
or. pagt, S9, Ac, said murigsg" ordeetl ut trust con.
Yiivlnif lots numbered six tC). stvc 11 17) and cmht (Si.
In block nurnhertd fifteen (If'), In the llrst addition to
the t llyof Cairc, In said county anil suite, wc, Ilia
V. It. AllTlll lt.. C.i:Ti:it. Mister,
I.AIIV t.AV 111 KK. Master,
HUTU - PK'.ltAM. Master,
1AI'I.!XK C.MlltOLI WMITK. Master,
IIIS.MAllCIC KNTIIIKKN, Master
1, 17. 7. IK tSII.I. (VNi:iL; Master,
CO.M.MOXWKAI.TII CONLV, Mastor,
OI.IVi: ItltAXCII IDMa. Master.
conti.i:ntai .iei:h.n tt'cii Mmfr
Cotnirislng all tl llnest and largest boats out of Pt
One of the i line of steamers will leave Cauo
for New Orl'-uns every eihc r day, eritineclilig ut New
OiIi hiis with Ocean Line of Hteaniers to
I.I vs-rjiool. sv VorU, llosloii, mill Clalves
I'4seiSTS and HhiiXTs 1:111 rely on one of tins
linnts leaving Cnlro pnnctiinlly as above. Will )
iturtieiiUr attention to ull nay Cn-mlits below Mempli s
to Nl Y Orleans. . OIIAfi.m IIIMHh
Oelicntl Ageiit, Cairo
Otnce, 011 Wharfs!. PuWie Landing
J'.H. J'.MieON. Ps. mm and Tlrkel Agent.
Olliee, at Sit. Charles Jlolcl.
AfliMIMilS, VHlTli ltlVJJIt AND
IVI LITTLK KOCIv
UMTLU STATLy MAIL LINK.
JOII.V II. OAV1S, Sup'l, Memphis, Tcuacs.- -
Tho .ploiuliil siue-wJieel
JIAVl'I.OWKH. COMMKItl'IA. mill
j.IHKiirx mo. a,
Leave Memphis 1 very TIT-SHAV, TIlflt-sDAV mid
hATI'ltPAY, at S p.m., for While lltver, connecting at
DiltiuTs lllult wild thu Mcmtililsiiliil Little Hock lt-.nl-road
for Little ltock and Hot Spring-. Tmm from
.Mcmpiis to Utile Hock, Is liollis. .
Kreiglits nail Passenger receipted over thaalKtve
Line nt lower rates than any other lotite.
clIAS. T. HINDK, Agent, Cairo, III.
Olliee on Wlmrfdio.ll
TIVAXSVILLK AND OA 1 110
undersluntd. sr.id Trustees, mil on I-riday, tlio Sih
tlvy or .March next, A. 1. isiv, at tu o ciocl; In tho
lorenoon of that Uy, under anil by vtrlim ol the
power of sale contained In said Mortitago or deed of
tins', sell, at Publlo Auction, in the luuiicst bidder,
for ca)i, tt the olllue biilhling ot said 'I rusleea, corner
of Wasr.lngtoii aveniin and Kighteenth strci, in ssitl
slty ol Cairo, in said count) :ett Slitle, tho nbovo
tlrsonlietl real estate or lota nf hind, to satisfy the
purp ic and conditions of m!d imirtgugu or deed of
trust. H lid properly will l o so d without re'lemptiou
and add will bo exeouled to the purchaser on such
sals. 8. STAATS TAYLOli,
Trustees ofth Cairo City Properly.
Pitted, Cairo, 111., February ), IM . 4t4
-rn?j!! Conslslino; of tho following
.(ijiiKSplt'iidld Pnssengcr SteniiM'i's :
IH'SOt'CHKT Master rOWLI.lt Ucr'f
Leaves Cairo Fuudiiy nnd Tliitrstluy nt ft p.m.
1 I n:TKU Master I (iHAMMKIt
1 Leaves Cairo Tuesday and Piidtiy at .1 p.iu.
HOWAltl) Mastel I WlllllHT ..CI,,,.
1 Leaves Cuiro Wednesday anil (Saturday nt S p.m.
Making nil Intermediate bindings, and pa) ing pus
tlcular Hltt ntlon to Packet Freights.
CIIAS.T. HINDK. (iencral Agent,
Otliee eii Wh.irf'Uj'