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)c Cairo Aliening
OFFICE: No. 13 Tbttth Stroot. Thornton'B Building
DliLt EDITION ' ' '
SATURDAY EVENING, JULY 24, 1869.
JOHN H. OBERLY & CO
MISCELLA NEO US PA It A GRAPHS.
Tho delinquent taxpayera of Now
Orleans 1111 furty-ono columns.
Motto for tho'slierlfr: render nntoHolzor
Iho thloga that arc aelzers.
Fifty dollar parasols, with watches hi
the handles, aro pretty things.
Keroseno oil Is said to be nn efToctlvo
antidote to tho poloon of a boo sting.
"What did onr firnt parents do In Eden?
Adam kept tho garden and Evo raised
What h tho dlllerdiico betweon trntlf
aud cBgu?- 'Truth crushed to earth will
rleo iiguln," hut egga will not.
A manufacturer of spurious Holdnlck
has been hold for trial In No.w York.
Tho drlnkoM of tho bevcrago ncoil no
A Dubufjuo htldoof hix houra mturiicil
to a jtiHticc for a divorce. Jfer lover
turned nut to be a married man, with
half a dozen children.
Tho reguhir annual "heiress, who
wears' diamonds, worth $100,000," has
already appeared at Saratoga. Sho h u
Cuban liolrehs this year. 8'nlh bolle,
by tho way, arc making themselves very
"Wlmt Is the dlllVrenco between the
Prince of Wales, u bald-headed man, an
orphan or n gorilla? The prince is an
heir apparent, the bald man hus no hair
apparent, the orphan hat nary parent,
and the gorilla has a hairy parent.
Tho nea "erpent lias reappeared on the
conht of MaHiaehtisetts. He was sveii on
tho evening of July 1, 1F (.'ape Ann. Ha
wiw from sixty (o eighty feet in length,
lifted hlmelf up out of the v nter u good
length, anil took thing very coolly.
Statistics from about one-third of Kin
land show that luring 1&0S there were
TvSt' deaths, chielly from famine, and
that during tho same time only I.V'Ci
children were born. In some districts
tho mortality was from thirteen to six
teen percent, of thu population.
An artesian wellut Ahi-Snla, In Alge
ria, not only throws up an Immense
volume of fresh water, but nlso numbers
of smalt fishes, averaging half an Inch
in length, and furnishing a delicate mor
sel fr the oplourc. An tliu rnnil extract
ed from this well is Identical with that
f juuri In the bed of the Nile, It Is conjec
tured thai a subterranean connection
must exist with tho river.
Jlats are great enemies of rlco planta
tions. In Java the rlco cultivators have
nearly exterminated tho the rats by en
couraging their most elllclent enemy,
the snakes; and ii"t long since an enter
prising ship captain brought a whole
cargo of snakes to Honolulu, expecting
to llnd a ready market for his live stock
among tho owners of tho rice swamps.
In thlsi, however, ho was dappolnted,
for the authorities would not permit him
to hind his snakes.
A correspondent of thu Philadelphia
Ledger' writes that t relative, u youth,
who had been afflicted with epilepsy for
n period of three years, or from the age
of loiirtcou to seventeen, was complete
ly cured by the ndmluUtration of brom
ide of potassium, In Increased doses up
to a certain quantity. Tho attacks bo
camo gradually fewer, and in about two
years cea-ed entirely. It Isnsserted that'
not tho slightest symptom of a convul
sion has appeared in the patient for over
i xew isasis of hepresexta-
Tho New England stutos apprehending
thut the scepter Is about to puss from
thelrhands to thoglant West, aro urging
with truo Yankee Ingenuity, and with
all the hypocritical zeal common to a
puritanical naturo, that representation
hereafter should be compounded of two
elements, viz: population and wealth.
If, whllo they control tho legislation of
tho couutry, they can incorporate such
n provision In the constitution, they can
preserve, ami possibly Increase their re
presentation in tho house of congress;
hut If thuy fall In doing so, tho control
will pass to tho West. Upon thissubjoct
tho Providence- (II. 1.) 'Press' rmnarks:
Tho West Is superior in numerical
strength, the East Isfarsuperlor Inllnan
clal Importance This fact will necessi
tate thoconsldoratlon of tho just basis of
apportionment, that tho section which
contributes of Its capital to promote tho
material growth of tho country, may not
bo compelled to bo satisfied with a small
minority In the houso of representatives,
while tho West, dependent, ut least in
tho early partof Its history, upon tho
favor and patronage of tho East, may not
have n controlling voice in congress, and
so distribute tho capital which they do
not owu, iih to onehaiico itself at tho ox
ponso of tho rest of tho country.
As tho constitution provides that re
presentatives and direct taxes shall bo
apportioned among tho several states ac
cording to their respective numbers of
persous, no chango can bo eU'ected with
out an nmeudmont to that instrument,
and we aro strongly Impressed with tho
idea that tho peoplo are already sluk and
tired of Unconstitutional patch work in
augurated by Now England radicals
Tho iwnondmcnt to proviso such a basis
of representation will never ho itiudo.
JIA UIOAL' SECESSIONISTS.
hi Novombcr, 1800, Horace Greoly,
ono of tho founders of the radical party,
and tho recognized teacher of its Isms,
declared that ''The right to secedo may
bo a revolutionary ono, but it txUU, never'
tidc$B. Whenever a considerable por
tion of our Union shall deliberately re
sol vo to go out, tve shall rcaiit all coercive
measured designed to keep It In.'
Since the closo of (ho wur tfid whbl'o
radical parly Uoh acknowledged thtf adc
cess of the rebellion ; that secession 1s.au
accomplished fuot; that certain States
are out of the Union, dospito tho etfortW
of the Northern arms to thu contrary.
These aro the mou who profes to de
tiplso domocrat because they consent
that scces9lbiilst liavo other righto bd
Hides tho right to bo hanged. A 'ibns'ldt
out set they are -J tut the men to control
the 'bust gdvernnient," etc (? ' '
THE lTAMllLETOXS. .
It seems to run In the Humblcton fam
ily to build steamboats. CuptUIll Ham
bleton, at Mound City, keeps his largo
ways crowded with now boats In course
of construction, or old ones undergoing
repairs, while his brother Sam Humble
ton, of Cincinnati, takes contracts for
tho building of one, two, three and some
times a half dozen boats at ono and the
samo time. That ho is doing something
in that Hue Just now Is evidenced by the
following from u lato number of the Cin
"At Hambleton's jhlpyard work has
been commenced on thu three boats re
cently contracted for by Captain John
D. Adams, of the Memphis and Arkan
sas Hlver Packet Company. Ono will
bo a side-wheeler, 200 feet long, SI feet
beam, ami 5 feet hold. Tho other two
will bo stern-wheelers one l.r0 feet long,
33 fe't beam, and 5 feet hold; the- other
lfiO feet long, 31 feet beam, and 3 feet
HOW TO REVIVE DllOWXIXG
If tho drowned person bo a politician,
whisper In his ear that he has just been
appointed to a fat ofllce. If a married
woman, softly tell her that her husband
Is just cutting it futwilh that woman oho
hates. If It bo n young man, tell him
confidentially that another fellow Is af
ter his sweetheart. If a msrmil man,
slyly tell hlni that it hancl'sorao young
lady called yesterday, ami Is tocaii again
to-day on Important busluess. if ho is a
carpet bagger," irlvo him a few extra
doucs. If he Is a habitual growler about
the worthle9sness of newspapers which
he regularly reads but never pays for, let
him drown, and rid tho world of n nui
sance. TEX X ESS EE POLITICS.
We copy the following from a Nashr
vllle, Teiin., special telegram to the
Louisville, Ky., 'Courier-Journal:'
"Stokes still continues tho canvass,
but it is apparent to everybody now that
even should the Hald Eagle receive tho
full support of the national administra
tion, Senter will beat him by fifty thou
sand majority. Nothing can occur now
to stem tho tide which has set in favor
of uulveral suil'rage.
Andy Johnson is still bobbing around
looking for tho main chance. Ho or
Sonter Is certainly tho coming man for
tho United States Senate. Andy Is deul
ing cards with remarkablo skill."
A ITAPPy AUOURY.
It Is n happy augury for the future, that
from all porlious of tho, country come
thu most cheering intelligence of a ten
dency to more consef vatlvo views'. Tho
men who huvo given tone and life to thu
most ultra-radical projects of tho past foUr
years, aro tho leaders in tho movement.
Tho Ohio Democracy nominates Qcuerul
Itosecrans, Drownlo'w supports Senter,
in Tennesseo, and Walker, a Northern
man andti Republican, Is elected Cover
nor of Virginia tho fruits of tho move
ment. Tho Illinois Canal cmnmlssloners In
accordance with. tierfl40vnertlsemonts,
on Wednesday oponedjlio bltln for tho
construction of a look ' R.ud " dam on tho
Illinois river, ai Hoiiry, lUiiois. Tho
highest were AVA. McDowoll, of Chica
go, $oll, 115. The lowest, M. Johnson, of
Fulton, Now York, $303,121. Thero were
olght othor bids ranging between tho ex-
tremoUgures named. Air. joiinsou win
bo awarded tho work. His bid' Is about
$15,000 higher than thu estimate ol
Coloiiol Gooding, und overSIOO.000 high
er than Colonel Jennes" estimate.
Hon. "Wado recently remarked In tho
presence of tho Irish mayor of San
Francisco, that tho "Chlueao aro a d d
Bight better than tho Irish." Tho fact
wun't telegraphed to tho convention of
Irish republicans In Chicago.
If tho Irish membors of that conven
tion had held their fellow countrymen
In any higher esteem than Ron. Wado
does, thty would not huvo taken seats in
A hard-shell Baptist preached In
Washington lately, and took for his text,
"Clod made man In Ills owu Imago." Hu
made u long puuso, und looked search
iugly about tho utidleuce, and thou ox-
claimed: "But I opluo that .Clod Al
mighty hasn't had a Job In tins city for
nlgli on to fifteen years.
If AHI TIJIKS-WHOl HESfUNHIULK?
Thero aro thrco classes of men matilly
responsible for tho present hard times
tlio Eastern and forcigh botnlholdor, tho
Now England manufacturer and tho
national banker. Wo aro pnylug In all
edrta of taxes Federal, mate and local
about 5700,000,000 a year. Wo waut to
reduce them. But hero steps in tho
bondholder, who says; "Itemember that
id your reductions you retalu for mo fully
one quarter ,oft)mt sum Id greenbacks
for my Interest aBttually.'' Then comes
111 tho Now England manufacturer who
Insist thut, in ordortbat he may ha pro,-,
toctcd, wo must havo a tariff of an exor
bitant character. Tho necessities of life
must be Immensely burdened, so that
upon foreign manufactures we may affix
Kuch duties us will exclude Importations
that will como In competition with the
,!Ncw England products. Wo must, in
addition, also pay $150,000,00) extra ror
thu goods, higher than they could bo
bought for In Europe. Wo could sayo
530,u00,00' by redeeming $350.000",00U of
bonds, which constitute the basis of tho
bunk circulation, Issuing greenbacks in
their placo. But the 1700 national bank
era aro leagued together to preveut It, be
causo It would stop their 'Si to 40 per
cent-, which they are not making yearly
olftho people. Cincinnati 'Enquirer.'
A Roman ecclesiastic, In reply to what
ovcrquestlon might be proposed, began
by saying, "I make a distinction." A
certain cardinal having invited him to
dine, proposed toderlvosocue umusomcut
for tho company from tho well known
peculiarity of his guest, tiaylug that ho
had an Important question to propose,
ho asked, "Is It underany circumstances
lawful to baptlzo In soup?" "I mako a
distinction," said tho priest, "If you ask,
Ls it lawful to buptlze In soup In general?
I say no; If you ask, Is It lawful to bap
tize In your excellency's soup? rnnyyes;
for there is really no difference hotweeu
It and water."
There Isa story of an old hunter who
visited Chicago one day, and afterwan
dering about for awhile, looking at tho
public bulidluus und other improve
ments, got into a chat with ouu of tho
Inhabitants, In the courau of which ho
mentioned to him that ho had onco had
a chance to buy all tho ground that tho
cltv wa built upon for a pair of old
boots. "And why didn't you buy It?"
was the very natural question of tho in
terlocutor. Well I hadn't the boots just
then," was tho old man's calm reply.
Ill il-uuiu i tUu i:iilJL-ellaiiuu ui iti.o-
nuo ftumps It would bo well for all to
remember that tho law clearly requires
of all parties using stamps that tho en
tire surface of each and every stamp
shall bo exposed to view, and that each
shall be cancelled by.wrlting or Imprint
ing the namo of tho user or the Initials
and tho comploto date.
C. V. VKAOEU i. CO.,
lUvnc jiinrhnt tho pntire tvk nJ fixtures t
Aug. Kormc)r, uro projartKl to Uo all kmJ of
(J a s and Steam Fitting
In np.ttnil M-orUmnliktnmicr. Werrdopre
parcxi to repair All klml of (J.n fixture. nd by our
irweMof VronxinK ami Kil'Uni; mko them inorrrjr
! ..-..i... n. ...i. ..I b. .inw Ttinkj. Itnvtn aurh fix
Ifinreumr I." ...w... .........
lures, will ploio jjlve u call itlfotlon gHiwun-
lures, win i'ii'mu
K-etl In all wei.
c. K. rKAOT.i:.
. E- MU11K.W
WHITE I.E.U), ZINC AM) OILS,
WINDOW GLASS AND PUTTY
Urukhi'i, IV'nll I'aiicr utlWludow
05 OHIO LEVEE..;,.: CAIRO, ILL
GROCERIES. BOAT STORES, ETC.
JOSEPH SWORODA & BROTHER,
Choice Finally Groceries, l'nnlsloiis,
lluttrr, I'onltry, Yfirclable,
Groon c3 Xlviocl Fi-uitM,
uinl hII nrltclci muallv. kt la a rirt-rla:j Family
ilrwt-ry. Conierof Kiliti-i-ntli and Popl.trtrecn.
IntcnJ to.ell M uliiytixMUiaduuiixwt, to J.ic
Hie licit iiTaiorytlilne, anil 10 kitb ailUfui'llon In
oery1iit.iicc,tlioy U iiUaro ot pulilio HiironA;.
rutulljr Jncerlr. ewUloiw, Vegetable,
A larco nupnly or Tanoy Grocorics, Canned KruiU,
oU., ulay on nun I. KtryiniiiB puro and freti.
S. K. COK, OF WASliiSTON AV. AN'rt TKNTH fT.
Dealer In flroeerie, Mine, I'lantcr Pan, l'lastera
Inlmlk.nlwajson liand. Corner lluli itrect 1 1 t
oiiio i.i-vei), unm iiiiihu-. "
I). WILLI AM SOX,
W II 0 1. K H it II O CJ 12 H ,
I'UODlTi: AND COMMISSION
3VT E U O II A KT T,
A'o. 70 OA io Levee, Cairo, III.
HpeoiAlnUentmi) civen loeoimiBnments and tlllms
JOIt KAI.B, OIIKAP -New Uitlugo and llut'O
' lot, corner l.ovust and sixloenlh lreet.
liiurldltf OHEBN V (UMICItT, AU,n
pRINTINO, OF ALL KINDS,
At tho OiIlc(V tho llullthi,
QA1U0 UltOOM. MANUFACTORY.
W. P. M'KEE & nrtOTHEH,
Jlavliiu: perfected lliolr Arrangement for tlio manuran
tlirn Of IlrOOItlli in tlilnritt nr.. Imtv lirntnrpil tn AH
As lli kamoijuulLllusof brooiiacan I purclind any.
Order, left at tlio atorc of Q.D. Wllllamspn, 78 Ohio
I.vec, or at tho
Mnnfnotoi-y, Koureentli street, between
Walnut nml Ceilnr,
Will Ix) promptly altended tr. ' 1
Orders liy mail should he. sdflreid to
v. mki:k . nm. i
tXrjP IV O. Box 45 I, ,
K. W. II. SMITH,
niVSIClAX A.Vi' StRO'EOX,
ori'iuKt nn contttiu'AAi, avi:nci:
(Orer llannot-H JJoiik Hnre,) '
Ik-jdencw, Ju. 81 ThlrU'flnlli street. t apUtf
JKDICAL. , I," '.
. C. W.BUN.NLNL',
KIl)KNCt-Ccr. Otli nml Walnut Streets
OFFIGB-Cor. Oth Street ami Ohio I.evce.
OFFICB HOUItS-Krom 0 rum. to 12 m., and fr.ra
3 to 6 p.m. declltf
7001)1 WOOD 11
J1. Yf. TURNER
It- prepared to rurnli
Good Ilai'd VVood
At prices Mlilh My compttiticn, ndi.l.o tv
Deliver In any part of the City,
On tho h"rt( it notice.
Lesre (inters on ntsiei nt Itulen's grocery, Loner
gan's feed Uire, and Voodi and IIoukJi'm trrocerr.
t'ARPEXTEU AXID tUILII2R
rfEAIl TWELFTH STREET,
BKTWKRN IK)n.AnHTKt:Frr AND WASHINGTON
jA 1 N T U 1 1 A 1 C i; K !TlTCrrKIj"J
THE ST. (,'HARIiES HOTEL,
The only FIIIST-CLASS HOTEL in Cairo
Is now in thninott unexceptionablo order for guetts
Tho pat Summer.
KCorrxxxm, 0a OO DEPox XD.y
naKKaKe C'nrrlrtl to and from (lie Hotel
free of CliarKr.
Day Ofinf, Tirtnty-Eite Dollar per tnonlh
jcwhtt wn.cox x CO.,
"S.MYT1I & CO.,
070 LEVEE, - - ClfO, ILLINOIS
SUGARS,. COFITXS, TEAS, SYUUl'S,
3Iolek, Tobacco, Cigar,
Flli, CijmHots, Wooilcinvnro, Wllloiv-Wuro
3J"rtil, Oils, 3Enixxtfc,
VA HNISIIES, DIl USIIES,
1Vliiltr-GhiK.s, Putly, I,lnuV
CV"'ir'l riasfcr'l'arh, Guiijwder)
Old Itye, Mouoii;alirla anil lloiirlion
Hod Ziondauct Shot.
Ala keepi eonttAiitly on hand a inont complete
SCOTCH AND IRISH WHISKY, (UN
l'ort, Madeira, Hherry nml Ontarbr,
J.'llIED & CO'S CELEliilA TED WIlhEIr-
Wo,kI xuliiivtly for CAriIIjtolimo9 IqvIUUu'
attention of vlnro Cn-li tniyor.
oiin.liil atleuilonun,! t4 UlliDK enter:).
denSpuidtr . , ,
WANTKl-Alei:mderCoiniy Orders, al SO els.
and t'ity Horip rilweenl on Iho Ubllar, for all
Kinds of l.iuiiber and lltuldurV .MaturiuU.
ianl:Mll W. W. TUOUNTO.V.
frni-TrTr-irt'-rM t ri nl 1 n Tmrr""
li'OIl HfrN I. -Tho olln ii. on lliu ond tlnor,
1 over Mdler irMiller'ncthfnu ktore, at reamxinUo
terms. Apply at Miner Miner's,
; nud Hlxtventlt street reiroilYoly.
JylWif OIIKIIN A Ult.llKUT.Att'y.
Cur. Klevvulli nud Wiieliliiulou Aiuuuu
Kweps on hand (ha celebrated Crane Urecd.i and
HaynvmUtn lad r Imnal casts
A -.t h nliiu( or(6ln-deullinsinaao to
ort'r, u i r.-cs
Jlr, I'oitB pcrtukiut in own work, being a prai I
cotlln maker, and is Iherefor nblo to stllcheaportnau
auybvdy olse. tnyOSin
Olflco of tiio Cairo A St. Louis Itallroad Co.,
. ., ... Ciilrn, III., July iilst 1869. f
i 4 ,m'JnK'thn directors of this company ill t&
i'f Tl"""clA7 toSwili Ins'., olio o'clock, a. m.,
4t"'PH.,nern I'otH.ln the city of. t. Imls,Sfo.
JriWH H i BTA ATr) 1 A Y LO 1 1, President.
llrld and HrlileKrooui.
,'Eiy for Youn Men on tho .Interesting rolatlou
of Bridegroom to Ilrldo, In tho Institution of Marrlaio
a guldo to matrimonial felicity, and truo happiness
tfenlbymtl! In e,tled letter rnrelopes freo of flharge.
Viarc, jiuAKU A!&OCIATIt., liox V, Philadel
phia, Ia. . tny3triiw3ni
Is hereby Riven Hist default hit intf occurred in I lit
lfrrorniiiiin (iflliocnndltloiu ejtprcMi'd in n certain
Jlortgajjo or Deed of Trnt exeiub-d by Kdwanl T
lto-1 to Hsinuel Struts Taylor and Eilwln Parsons,
Trintij- of the Cairo City Properly, dated thu lHth
dnv of April, A.D lsr,, recorded In tho lteeorder'K
Oilier, in nml fur Alntamler county, In tho f Into of
lllmijli. In Hook I' of lHieds,KiKe lt7 Ai-,-aid M(irlie
or Deed of Trust conveyinu lots numbered U(ltirce)
and I ifoiirj. m t Jock numbered a (three), in the, first
ndditlon to theeliy ofCiiiro, itt tlm nlil county and
fctjito, we, llm imderslKtied, xaid Trustees, Hill on
J-Vidsy, tho 13th day of Aiiku1 next. A. !.. 18C9.
l 10 o'clock In thu fontmon of that May, under and
1 imui' si mr iiuitcf ui muruniniueti in sniii .Mori
Bliirn, sell, nt I'ublle Auction, to thn hluhest bidder,
fort'u-h. at thoottlcA buildinirof snld Trtiatccs, oor
nerof Wiuliinrlon Atennennd letli lrei. In m.l kh
of(ilto, In AluJMimler county and htati; of Illinois,
sin lootnumocreii .iiir,rec; anni tiouri in mock num.
IsTed .(threo)lrittio firrtivlilliiou tosaid city of Cairo
HCcordiliK to thu recorded pbtt thereof, Mitli tlio op.
purlen.inves, to sntisfy tlm purpose and rondition nf
fSld Mortgage. 1
P. STAATri TAYI.OII,
Tnistees of the Cairo City Property.
Culro. til., July Ji.t IftV-dld.
Is hereby given thatdcfnultluivingtKsiiirrctl In the
porforinunveof thu conditinns uxpreKiei 11 acirtain
Mortg-ge or Herd nf Trust exe,uted by Chsrlrfc
-choenmeyer and Andrew I'opp to t)aiiiul iuis Tay
lor and Ifduin Parsons, Trn.iifs t the Cairo City
1'roiH'tty, dated feplemlH-r lllli, IS1-!, and ntoriiot
in tho Hocorder'a Uiliec, in and for Alexander county,
and State of Illinois, In Ilnok 1' of Ir-ds, pago l't
raid Mott(.'si; or Ilecd of Trust canveylng lots num
ls re,d 0 (ix) nml 7 (seven), in block nuinliered C (six),
in ItiM third iidditlnu to tho city of Oiirn, In said coutt
ty and Mate, wi , tlm undersigned, mul Trustees, mil
on Tridsy, tho 13th day of August next, A. I)., 1SW,
at 10 o'cloek In tin! forenoon of that il.iy, ninlor nn I by
virtuuof iho oHer of unlit contained in raid Mortgage
si'll.nt Public Auetinn, to the hithe-t bidder, forensli,
at thr ot!Jc biidilme of slid Trustees, corner of W'usli
Ington Avenuo and lull slree.t, insuidrily oft'uiro.
In Alexander coiintr and rttnto nf Illinois, ssld lots
uunitxirod G (six) ami 7 (seven) u saul block immbvr
sn(six)tn Said third addition to snld city of Cniro
itrvordiilf to llicri.'oril"d plat thereof, with Ihimppilr
lninti"e, to nili-fy the purixiset nudeondltiou orsu.
Mortgrign. 8. STAA'W TAYl.tJll,
'lru(es of the Cairo City Property
Otiro, III., July-Jlit, lKai-.Jtil.
is heieiiT iriven IliatUefauU limine occurred in the
perfuriiiautfe of thmsondlllons expressed in n errtaln
Mortgigr or Peed of Trust executed by Henry Dunker
to .-imicl hl.wls Taylor and Kluin IVrhoii", Trustees
of the Cairo City Property, doled Augut Dili, lSi and
n von led In tho Kruordor's older, In ami for Alrxnn
iler county, in the. Slain of Illinois, in llooki'of Deeds
iwsr 111), ssid Mortgngo or leoil of Trust conveying
lots iminU'red 17 tsuwntixui) nud IS viuhteenr. iu
I.Ick-K uuinbereil '.'1 (tuenty-one, in tho fouitli mldl
il.. n to the ily of C-nlro. In snul county und fciato, mi
thuuuderciguol, said Trustees, u ill
on Kridy, tho 13tli dsy ol August next, A.O., 1SW,
nt 10 o'vlotik of tho forenoon of Hint day, under and by
rirlue of tin- power of sale 'ontiiiticd hi sni I Mortgage
sell, nt I'ublie Auction, to the liighest bidder, for Cash,
nt Hie otlk'c building of said Trustees, iiornur of Wash
ington Avenue and iMh'trect, In snul city of Cairo,
In Alexander comity nud Htuieof Illinois, s.tld lots
nimilxriMl 17 (eveultuni and Id (eithteeti), in said
block numbered i tnty.one) iu sid Fourth addl
tlnulosaidCityofCiiiro, ru-cording to the recorded
plat tliercol with Iho mipnrteiiwcs. tn satisfy til
imrposea and condition of raid Mortgage.
1 1 . STAATrt TAYI.OII,
Trustees Cairo City rrojierty.
Cairo, III., July SI, iNW-dtd,
Ik hereby gi en llml default having occurred m the
lHTfoTinanemif tho conditions expres-nl Ina uertaiu
inortgsite oriloediiftnirlexiH'util by Margaret 1
ing toMiiiuclrttanU Taylor and Kdwiu Cartons, trua
leesofllieCairoCity IVopeny, dated Hie ISthdayof
March, A.I . 1MH. and nt'orded in the recorder's of
lier, in and for Aletandor county, in I he Male of till
now. in IhkjIi K of Hoed. wgi aiu c, said iiortgngc
or decdof trust, conveying lot nunitM'red tlticeiulS).
Iu block numbered two (v);. in th sevoml ndilitmn to
tlinoliyofy.ilr,lnnidijounty andsutv, ,
We, the undersigned, said trurtcos, will on I rlduy,
IhoUthdayofAlig'Htnext, A. II. IrOT, nt lo o'cbnU
In the forenoon of that day, under r.nd bv vlrluo of tho
isiwer of mloi-nntainod m ssld mortgage, sell, at pub-ll.-iii'Uourtothehighsk
bidder, foronjib. stibo or
t'elMiildiug'of rnid trustees, corner of Washington
avenuo And lSlhslieet, In Sildoity of Cairo, In Alox
undtrcjiunty nndtfi Kunf llunoir. mid ll nuini rc.i
lilUiou yli). fu WwU" (S) iu ssid s.vvnd addiilun W
rsulcjiyof Cairo, nrcor.ling to iho loe.mled pl
tl.erer!r; llh Ihft spportriunees, to satisfy the pur
und I'WMUtioii of M"s")iT,vt?'.S,S'T x vl.OB,
f" ' KOWIN I'AHSd. '
TrtMtfi'of the (lilioCil) I'miierty.
Uiled.' Cairo. HU July Itlst. I J)'-'"'l
Is hereby given lint default having ovnrrud In th
iM rromi.intoofthe i-oiidiii"m o.iiri ed uin . cwrtuiti
inortgngrMrdiSfil of tnuteeelilel by John M- Cyrus
loHiuiiuelSUais Taylor and Kdwln Parsous, trustees
o( tlio Cairo Cay pioputty, and dated August SMh, A
l, ur4, and recordoil In tho reciirdur's uittco, in unJ
rtrAxAiuUrtonnty.lu tliuHtate of tllmois, inboog
of de7ds, tuigo innflsair or deed of
irut ronveyiiTg lots numbered tuiily-fuiir (ai) and
IhirlHtlvo (lifl), Ih NoflM nuinlH rud llM (il, III W
ihintiu'dituiuiuthscitygfOuro, in sid county nnd
Btate, We the undersigned said irusiee 'l on 1-rtj
dav.the mil dsy of Aueil-t next, A. H. I8U. at 10
o'clock in llm fureiioon of that day, under and by vir
..... .i... ...... A. ..f u iM iiiiin.n in Kind iniirliraue.
euf llm pcwcii'f aul coutiimea ui isai'l mjirl
II, at puVlle aiii'tiim, to the highest bidder, for
lheoineI-l!iildliiiMrai.l trujli w.correr ol
S ( a ila srj
.. . u
.. n.,ts,.i.i.i,ii.i nu irs lit iruiiecs.corrrroi ivia
t?mn Avonuo nnd ft"h .trcct, In suiit ty of Cairo, in
AlMUindcrcouiiiy nml55tatoor iiiiiiqh, juu iois mu
l. roTl thlttf-f..ur (i)nnd tl.lrlv-lle M, in block rtv
(0), in the ihir.1 addition to aim icily ot . airo, aix-o
'... . i ..l a ..ioi n,.ir..nr ivitli llm uiiiuirton
iuir io hut i ihui r- -." .-' .
ing to ino rotorueu wis! uiciv"., "
MoriKnu-. rmuiv nili.iv
,Tiiuttof the Cilro City l'roperly,
Ua.vJ, Cairo, ll..Juiyilrt,lr). lyil-ilM
Is hiehy given that default liarmg jcurrfd ln tt'9
perfTirinaifto of tin conditions spr..;d ui a
inortysgeordeeduf irust tvxiH.utn.1 by h '"V'
sa t. T.SatuucI WauU Taylor and Kthin ;r'V'
Trustees Jf'tl.c Mii City roj.erty. date. ' ' dV
of (irtolr, A. I leti. "d ieconle.1 m ilie w order h
ntlco, in mid for Alexandur county, m Ihj ; o ofl HI
inois. in Iswdv 1' of Dods, pngc l, said inortgago
oi .Vd oflnist. conveying, imoiw oth. rs. loin miiii
erc.1 thlrty.su (:) and thniy sjien (37 , in block
o,uXro. heintc.n ,17) in the ' auomoiito tho
eilv ofCailo, in nnidcouuly and hlate.
'To titr'ni'iderslgii d, s. id I. F. ay.
il,.. i ill, iluv of Ausiui next, A, I', loot, it iu o i"cu
KKXijV "i'V1" P'1 b virtue of tho
owr if wle contains! Insiild mortuage, seb, at imb
" aiie on, t the highest bidder, for cash, .u tin. of
K liuofsaid trimees, uorn.rofWushai.ionav-
I'nuc l! .1 l"lll '" ' 'i ' ") dl Mill, m Ah x.uidcr
eounty and -it of llUnolj. wd low mini bejel th.rly
ui I Lit) niul IH ' VU,J ' " "
n, 'or'l.nutotl'; rdcdplatthcu-f. w.'i 1 a,, t
S, STAATS TVYI OI.
, 4 ,. I . ,...v... t
Trustee ofihet'airo City Pr psrty
i, I J ly ! , ' -l JlJ
Da tod, Cur