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- )y OFFICE: No. 13 Tontli sTroeC Thornton' Buildinc.
EDITION ' TUESDAY EviNftfG. mW "27. iSfifl.
JOHF H. OI3ERI.Y & CO
MISUELLA NEO US ITEMS.
PrealdentEllot haa discontinued tho
ccrmouiai of morning prayer at Harvard.
Newark, N. J., has absolutely bad a
riot of Its own, over which It rejoices bla
tantly. Forney being nt tint seaside, his two
papers (both dully) are given over to the
gossip of the watering places.
The female siiflragans. will hold a con
ventlon In Cincinnati on the lOtli and
' lGtli ofBeptemher.
A Freuch journalist has recently ex
cused his bad hat on the ground that he
Worked too much with his head.
, It Is reported that Commodore Van
dcrhilt, now ueventy-flvo years old, is
soon to mitrry a girl of fcovonteon.
A Montana miner being lu tho dark
uh to his wife's whereabouts, took phos
phorous matches Internally, and died.
The abolition of trowsers as an article
of male attire is bi-'iug agitated in Eng
A dog In a live condition has voyaged
through the sowers of Cincinnati. Ills
dead brethren frequently make tho trip.
I'aducah has pawed 'an ordinance to
prevent the whistling of steamboats nt
Klchard Grant White has fallen a vic
tim to tlie blondes. Hence an amalga
tion of light hair aud heavy literature.
Jay Cooke has bought Bandy Itlvo
1'ond and 2,000 acres of laud at the Hang
ly lakes, lu Maine, for a lUh reserve.
The uext Slate elections will bo In Ken
tucky, August 2; Alabama, August 3;
Teuuesscej August 0. Montana votes
Hon. Geo. II. I'endlcton is still con
fined to his room from the. Injuries he
'received some time since, by being
thrown from his buggy.
Tho Hoston 'Pout' importiucutly says
that Susnn Galtou "has a mouth which
it would bo nectar To taste." Hunan
hai'nt got any big brothers.
Tho New York 'Commercial Adver
tiser' thinks that "Hewnre of the Fish"
will hereafter be a good warning to tele
Lydia Maria Child says that every
teutti lady now writes a book. Shu
might have added that It Is not every
book that Is read.
Tho Mlddleborough 'Gazette' says the
announcement of the marriage of MIss
Minnie Warren to Commodore IS'utt has
proved to be premature.
Mha Anthony Is In favor of woman
popping the question instead of man.
She has keener instinct," says Susan,
"and kuowa better whom shclovos."
Miss Mary Graves, a younc lady of
fine talents, has the pastoral chargo of
tho Unlversallst Society In North Read
Tho unknown adventurer who burglar
ed Plymouth church (IJeecher's) had
his labor for his pains. The communion
servico and tho baptismal bowl wore
Mr. James Denuelt, of Portsmouth,
Now Hampshire, over eighty-seven
years old, worked six days week before
last, shingling a house, aud kept pace
with another man of half his yeai.
The Sisters of tho Holy Cross, of tho
Catholic cfiureh, aro to have a convent
of their order In Alexandria, Virginia,
in tho spacious building formerly occu
pied by James Hallowell, on North Fair
The London 'Court Journal' stales that
George Francis Train "has offered to take
a contract to sack London in sixty days
with Fenian soldiers and sailors, free of
all cost but that of transportation."
Is it not about time for tho democracy
of Southern Illinois to cast about them
for suitable candidates for tho constitu
tional convention. In other parts of tho
State, announcements and nominations
have been mado, and tho work of organ
ization has been commenced auspicious-
Of tho questions that will excllo tile
attention of that body wo do not, nolv,
proposo'to? speak.' Wo desire only to1 call
attention to tho Importance of gcqurlng
the oundldaoy of tho best men among us
that ttiefchaiup'lons of radicalism may be
mot Imli 'vanquished in debate, If they
may not he outvoted.
Tho variety of our first pago Is destroyed
by tho lengthy artlclo on tho resources of
Southern Illinois, from the pun of "How
ard." Tho article Is well wrllton, how
over, and embodies many facts of lntor
est to ov.ory resident of tho country. Wo
do not, therefore, feel Inclined to apolo
gize for. Its appearance entlro in a slnglo
number of tho paper.
At this tlmo Southern Illinois, bacauso
of tho important railway and other en
terprises on foot within hor borders, Is at
tracting unusual attention, Kvcrythlug,
theroforo, that speaks of tho character of
ita soil, UJ topography, geography, Its
minerals, peoplo and institutions is very
acceptable to those whoso attention has
already been draw" lu this direction.
"Howard" treats all these-features cf the
a fair I
An Elaborate MlitiMrlug of lis ltrniirre.
ITS HAIUtOADN AMI) AUHICt'I.TUKAL.
' ' . , 'cAVAcrrv.
(DjmjaUcOTreippndMVjf f tlieYinceiinm '511114 ;
JDoNOOLAj Jll.i July 19, ISOtf.
-V. Editor: The day Jq not distant
when' the completion of theVinceunea.
aud Cairo railroad will open-up to your
'city better facilities for trade wHh.tfouth.-
Tilt.. ... .
oni minois. Donio 01 your reaueni may
wish to start now enterprise.1! in this di
rection, aud may be glad to learn more
of tho country while maturing their
plans. I havo thought proper to pen a
few paragraphs somewhat descrlptlvo.of
Lower Egypt. What I shall say will bo
more general than special, and will relate
to the country and business of a few
counties, mainly embraced by tho waters
or mo uig .-uuuuy river ami iiinrMiuiio
river and their tributaries; the former
falling Into the Mississippi In Union
county, mid the latter Into the Ohio In
,Uardlu county; and encompassing a dis
trict of about 2,500 squaro miles.
This district is ,recoguicil as having
flu. fnrm iT ft miw,lli,i t I t-r.trvtil ti trltiti.
i.l... with tlm rmi nt Pnlrn? Mu, MU.U-
Pi.... i .....i -i.i ii .. r. . t i.
slppl and Ohio riverH forming two of its
sides, and the Illinois Central and tho
vwiccuncsauu Cairo railroad dividing it
into three nearly equal parts. There is a
gentle elevntlon of tho country for a few
miles northward from Cairo, when tho
accent becomes more rapid, and, ia tho
northern part of Union and Johnson
counties, the laud attains au altiludo of
five or six hundred feet above, tho river
laud. Here, tho descent northward com
mences, and only ceases In tho moro
central parts of the State. Abating tho
rich alluvial bottoms of tli'i Mississippi
uid Ohio rivers and a tract traversed by
Cache Creek, on the lino of tho Vln-
comics and Cairo railroad, tho balance of
the country is high, hilly aud healthy.
In general terms, the drainage is perfect,
leaving no stagnant waters to breed pes
tilence and nourish disease. That the
laud is fertile, rank vegetation aud the
stately native forcstKfully attest; cereals,
vegetables and fruits common to this
latitude hero attain perfection.
The country being hilly and onco cov
ered by a dense forest, has not been mo
nopolized by large laud holders, but di
vided Into moderate tized proprietaries,
aud Is pretty well settled, i Every east
ctii, northern aud southern "BinUi . hm.
sent emigrants to this portion of Illinois.
The pioneers were mcstly from Nor h
Carolina, aud that State has furnished u
condly share of tho present population.
During tho rebellion this was was a
placi of refuge for tho timid and disaf
fected from some of the distant, as well
as tho adjacent southern States; and, as
consequence, our population is a mix
ture oi people- irom nriu aim now in,
brought together by tho forco of circum
stances. They are mostly agriculturists
and, as you would naturally suspect,
grow a variety of product for homo use
Ullli 1110 Ulrtiuill lunriiuis. iiiuouuiueiu-
er produces corn, cotton, onions, sweet
potatoes aud a llttlo tobacco; tho North
Carolinian, wheat, corn, Hweet aud Irish
potatoes, tobacco and horses aud mules;
thoso from the moro northern portions
of the country engage lu everything that
is likely to bu renumeratlve, anu, liko
the German, never eat anything that
they can sell, while on the other baud
the Southeucr nover sells anything that
he can eat. Our late ponderous ship
ments of berries and vegetables for moro
northern markets, testify to our Industry
aud the productiveness of tho soil. As
the lands Incline to the south, our fruits
nnd vegetables maturo early, enabling
us to get the best prices aud fully stock
ing tho markets by tho time lens favora
bly situated people can put in au appear
ance. Tho building of tho Illinois Central
railroad has stimulated some enterprise
and the Cairo & Vineennea road will opcu
up another portion of this country to
the putsldu world; the prospected. SUt
Louis & Cairo road still another. Xo
portion of the district will thon bo bo-,
yon (I tho sound of tho steam whistle, aud
if enorgy and a spirit of enterprise bp
not awakened, It will bo becauso our peo
ple have no deslr to incumber themselves
with tho labors aud cares that are con
comitant of a moro active life, and moro
In all countries whgre a comfortable
subsistence Is easily obtained, there Is a
laok of enorgy and entffdrlse, and noth
ing short of an outaltVifressure can ex
cite tho popuUtloo. to'hctlvlty, and In
spire them with iplrl df emulating
more progreailvobeoplu.. TCImt pressure
is begInnlng:WttQt hereiiud tho day Is
not distant when11 the reproach, which
hangs llko a dark cloud over Southern
Illinois, will pass away forever.
You may Infer, from what I have said,
that there Is no enterprise here. Remem
ber that I am speaking In general er ms
speaking of tho population as a Whole,
and not of Individuals; and If you are
Impressed with the idea that there is less
energy and enterprise hero thau In your
own country.I has o i to removo that Im
prcsslon, by stating that It is otherwise'
Tho Idea that I wish to convoy, In re
gard to this country Is, that her resources
aro but just beginning to be developed;
that the peoplo find ample omploymotu
In their accustomed channels of labor,
without attempting anything new; and
that wo want others to uomo and take
hold with us, uniting their capital, en
ergy and skill to ours, and start new en
terprise; dovslop the resources of tho
country, and build up a name honorable
to ourselves' tho envy of othors and the
pride of our posterity.
If I should particularize, you would
think that wo weronot wauling in wealth
aud energy; for wo havo wealthy men,
aud active, Intelligent and enterprising
mon; but not, enough of them Our
wealth Js attfestod by our largo merchant
mills, our manufactories, our valuable
fruit and grain farms, a id ourexpuuslve
($5,000 to $30,000) mansion houses; aud
our intelligence and energy by the fact
mat wo nave maue incso wiiat tlicy are.
Here, ovonin our little, town, Dpngola,
of about eight hundred Inhabitants,
there are four largo (louring mills within
a circuit of two miles, and tho wheat Is
mado into flour instead of going forward'
.to bo manufactured at distant points.
Even this item gives employment to the
mechanics of six cooper shop? in our vll
liage. to furnish barrels; besides the la-,
borgl ven to others in procuring the rough
.materials fur tho usu of thescshops. Wc
have also a largo furniture manufactory,
capable of supplying tho domestlo wants,
aud which sends oil. besides. largo quan
tities of hubs, spokes aud felloes; wagon
shops, too, aud varhJMS olUir mechanical
enterprises aro in successful uperntion
Asldo from population, our town is but a
duplicate of all tho others along tho line
pf tho Illinois Central railroad in South
ern Illinois. With a greater population,
the works aro more nutucrousnnd exten
sive; the opposite with smaller towns, of
Which there aro but few.
Tho pioneers in theo enterprises havo
becomo very wealthy, and, as tho Vln
comics and Cairo roau is opening another
door for similar establishments, would
it not bo well forthoao who are looking
out positions, in which to plant the seeds
of prosperity, to bu on the alert; remem
bering tho old adago that "tho early bird
catches tho worm," and secure tho bet
ter positions while thoy aro to bo had I
'Iho CTCUni OllCfc glife, tllO sklm-mllk
I lilnr-PM Will lif loft fur 111
places will be left for the less fortunate.
This part of Illinois', by a sort of com
mon consent, is denominated "Egypt, and
a great many people are simple enough
to think It ii term of reproach, but It Is
otherwise. It is so called because of the
exceeding fertility of tho soil; its prox
imity to tho Mississippi river, the Nllo
of America; tho names of hor towns.
Cairo, Thebes, Dongola; aud a thousand
other happy conceptions that arc no dis
credit to tho country or tho people. We
havo stouo enough, too, to build dupli
cates of all the pyramids, cities and
i towns, both ancient and modern or our
ancient name-sake, without openlnir n
moiety of our quarries; aud provisions
enough to feed any numbur of Josephs
and their brethren that may choose to
come to thislaud of plenty. Why should
not this country be called Egypt?
ALEXANDER COl'.NTV COAL.
Tll C HA ST A I'll DKCOVKRV
What l Known nmtWnlta'jiiJe!liii-Hl.
" O- '
il'roui lliaCcuuiKiva(U)J'I)ti.Ulit Julyitfli.
Wo had hoped to be ablo to announoo
lu this Ir-sue, that a four and a half foot
vein has been opened ut Santa Vo, of a
superior quality of coal, Bui wo aro dis
appointed. wo visited the initio on Thursday eve
ning, and found tho miner had sunk a
shaft about twelve feet deep. The shaft
was partially filled with water, and the
pump not sufllclont to keep it empty.
Had ho been properly prepared to dts
poso of tho water, he would havo had
demonstrations at tho time of our
writing, to have enabled us to state posi
tively tiiat thcro was coal, or that there
was not coal. Tho gentleman that Is
superintending tho miuiugseeuis to have
no doubt about tho existence of coal in
large quanitles, and of a quality superior
to the Dig Muddy coal. He seems to
have had all tho evidence ho requires.
Ho talks as though he had really found
tho coal aud is now only trying to limit
the courso of tho vein. Rut the indica
tions that may bo perfectly satisfactory
to him s not tho ovldouco to satisfy ou-t
selves or ourriadors. Wo believe that
there is coal there and lu quantities sulll
clout to make It profitable but wo don't
know It. To know it wo must see tho
vein aud seo the coal.
The. prospects, however, are such as to
make everybody lu Commerce and Santa
Fo feel good. Tiiero aro dall visitors to
the mine, showing consldoraolo anxiety
for posltlvo developments. The fcclhu:e
of tueSantaFoans is such that you would
bo compelled to pay at least a hundred
per cent, iqore fqr .property to-day than
two weeks ago,
The shaft after passing through tho
surfaco stratum passes through a two foot
stratum of grey marloy substance; then a
Ave foot stratum of xuttou coal. Thia ia:
inualn succeeded by a thin layer of calca-
rvuus cm ill, nuu tuov uftuiii
by unother Inyor of decom
posed coal. This h thought
to bo tho coal bearing .vein, us u little
drilling will fully doinonstrato.
"A mlno of mineral paint lias been'
found only a few hundred yards from the
coal mln that proves upon examination
to bo superior to the Capo Qlrardcau mine
In quality and is directly 'on the 'bank of
the river. This gives it quito an advant
age over tho Capo mine, for tho material
or that initio has to bo hauled seven miles
A gentleman passing by a Jail, lu a
country town, heard oneiof tho,prjsouors
through the grates of hW cell, singing, in
tho softest aud most melodious tone, thai
favorite song ''Homo, Sweot Homo."
His sympathies woro very much oxclted
lu fnvor of tho unfortunate inmate of
tho dungoou, and upon Inquiring tho
cause of his incarceration, wa-i Informed
that ho was put in Jail for bcaliny hU
A man who professes to bo a Carl Sohell
married a youngglrljust from tho fader
laud, at Omaha, soiuo tbroo wooks ago,
In n most peculiar manner. He pur
chased a pair of car bobs, put thorn in
her ears, and informed tho young lady
that "this llttlo ceremony constitutes u
marrlago lu America." Aflor a wcok
had passed he took them out and Inform
ed hor of another piece of now9, viz:
"Tills llttlo ooremouy constitutes a di
vorce In America." Ho is now In .Jail,
for stealing trunk.
TlLEjEmAl INSURANCE (JOMPANY
-LOSSES INCURRED AND RAID
(A.I THAI. Ixll'l
ll'Ri.ltC.tUENCr OK I
- flilrn! Ill ItM I '
EiU. Ilullctin:lu your edition of tho
8th Just, tiiero appeared a communica
tion in rererenco to tho notion of one or
two of the companies represented by us,
Tho. circumstances under which tho
companies pursued (he courso complain-'
cd of, aro so well known to the public
that no dofeuso or their action Is neces
sary. Justice and the public safety do
mandod such action. You will, however,
please publish the following statement of
facts In regard to tho Aitnn, of Hartford :
Till: OIl'EAT NEW YOltlv KUtE IN 183.r.
Wo clip from tho columns of tho
Philadelphia 'Underwriter,! an Interest
ing incident In the earller'exptrlotices of
tllu Jlitna Insurance Company, of Hart
ford, Conu , showing the value, as well
as tho reward which attaches to a fulth
fdl fullllment of obligations, at a tlmo
'when nervo was requisite, ami Individu
al sacrifice probable.
, After the groat llroof lfclC( the Jtua,
of Hartford, now' the largest, strongest,
and most successful Firo Iiif-uruiice Com
puny in America, received notice of their
Jossts, and tho President called a meet
ing of the Hoard of J)lrectors, and Ju a
few words told thorn tney had lost, prob
ably, all tholr capital. After a few ruo
mental silence, In which the President
brought from tho fire-proof vuuit all tho
stocks and bonds representing their cap
tal, and placed them before them, when
one of tho Board asked him what he
should do. "JDol" said the President,
"Go to Now lorkand pay tho losses, If
It takes every dollar there," pointing to
the package, "and my own forluue be
sides." Tho anxious looks gavo way to thoso
of settled determination, and the Board
uuauimounly said: "Good I and we will,
stand by you with all our Individual cap
ital." Tho President wont to Now York, ad
Justed the losses, audu a year's time the
company, so bold to act aud ready to ful
fil all its obligations, had their capital
more thau retui nod by premiums, and a
better reputation than any company in
the United States.
I oihI l.iiitillllli-t
"Ity their fruit ye know them."
I.osaei Ixld in FJlu Yeart,
The JIoil. Siim'hsfiil. I'lre Iumiimuit Co.
:ajii assets,' ';-;;5,;w2,5aa a
Tliii;o-IUml. of the Iiuurimoo Cumamti cliur
(rrvl Iwvo fiultii. rovliij( Uj uiUtak? uiul ditUoitl
no ut& piofcuion Lucauu.i;uUuuiynu. mirif
tunc, will, mi hnpoitniil urt of (Uirloiiiiriit 111 llio"
pbr tt Uontrianiiiu U-ituvu!cii e,fH i,m rnro wd ,
uui oiiiuiua inunt fur uuo of thouc inttitutloltii to
nul.ullf irill-TlluiiuuyMiir, ftnl thai. nutu
'f.Wtory oni' another' oriifn'i jiliilucM old loti, "As
on tow that olmllyott reap. I'
only by tho wraith mul growth of onri onnirj.
Lussc 1'ald at Cairo U) the .f.'lini:
P. C. Stewart - , J.'ll.tI.rf..:t.i.SI 7C7
lloeiluud Ciinulughuiii lot
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Win. Winter a 63
J II. Humphrey i Co jdj no
John Anlrim m. lvo CO
A. II. Hull'orit J..;.. ..,r...r.. Mi Vjii
V. Vinecni , 43 fit)
Itichnrd 11. Noye tt)
J II. Iluniiihrcy "t uo
Trover A Miller t 00
W. P. A J. W. limitiona Si 00
lliird, Wr:tCo..,5...M"..Kr.. Si .....&r! ia as
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Alice Taylor 0sj tm
(lull', t'jiiUran A Co... ati) J7
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M oluiol Powo m , 10 l0
M. J. 'lluckloy 18d U1
hain't Wiltshire " HO0 00
M. Madden 800 00
MaiUil Koalmg 400 00
Agentalnall tlieprinolji.nl Cltieanud Tnmn.
llula and terms a llberal an oeuiisleut wltli mod
crnlo profit and ubtautla accutiiy
jillyVTlm ' Ad' 1C NTH, Cairo, III,
Oine qt til? Cnini JiBt. LnlllA ItflllfoaJ Co., I
i..i im-f.l"?0(.t,'WI!lrccU,rH of I"" company will t
" " qS? 'y,(,tn I" city of Ft. Loillt, Mo.
Jy 20d6t 8.HTA.VT3TAVI.on, PrcsldcnU
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Br ai unit llrlilegrooui.
Knayw M 'Toilnij Men an tho Interesting relsllOB
of Ilrldeuroom to llrlile. In lhnTnfltullo,i
i-goiatonwtr1monlfil follrlty, ml true happlni.
win wy innu in vcaicu liner rurWupea rrce or charge.
Addreis, HOWAHI) ASSOCIATION, lox P. Plilldcl
Pllla t'"- ni)31dAvr3m
Im hnisilit- Iri.i lli.i ,1t,.t i iu it. .
..... ,v .,.. ,,L .....Mi; .K-uiiiitMi in lllfl
lwrfirmanco nf the uoikIIUoiis ixpii'Mod In a certain
lorlii! or Dvrit of TriMt otwute.l hy Edwnnl T.
n.N In Niniiml Minn,. T.rln. c-.n.i. ti
TrilsllHUt Of lllH Cairn Oilv l'r..i...rlL. . I I .1...
.UyorAprll A O ISM. riVortl&d In ll.u HecnrdV
' ftloc, In nml for Alewiilor county. In tho SIto of
Illinois. In riool; I'i.fllfc.,ni;r. 107 .Icii.l Morlcnec
or''''' ofrmn ennvoylnit lot linmborud (thn)
im I tfuur;. in hlock iiinijtHTi I .1 itlircc,. in the 0rt
ndclitlnntnthncltynfrnlro, in tho alJ county ami
htiite, wc. tlw utideritigni'd, mUl TruMeea, will on
I'rldny, (he lJlli day of Angmt not, A. P., 1SCJ,
nt 10 nVlo.'.k In the forenoon of thut dny, under and
hy rirtun of the jiower of nlv ontuinrd m aaid Mort
ui; e, nt Public Auc tion, to the limhe.t bnldnr,
fur Cih( nt thcotlleu iHilldinitof mtld Trutee, uor
tirqr WiuhuittoiiAi Hnumiiid lMli trel, in nildeity
bfOitlrn, In AlAandereonnly nnd st:ite of Illinois,
imd loUtiuiiilK!rvd3(thti-e;nd4lfour) InUoek mini
liered (lhn e In the lirKl nddltlon tn xnlil city of O.ilro
necoriliiur to tho n-cordod ilut thereof, ullli tlwnp.
lirtenniieoi, to minify tho iuriuMa and luuditlon of
S. 8TAAT4 TAYI.OIt,
Trulee nf thu Cairo City Prhixirly.
C,n-. III,. July 21nt 1'J dtd.
I. hcrchy j!'en tlmt. milt haruiK oorurrfcl In the
perforinaneoof the conditions I'xprt cMit in ncertnia
M irl'i!" or I nfTrui.t larcnted by Cliarle
M'hoenmoerniid Andrew I'opp tu Bainuel stnnu Tay
lor and Udwin Parronx. Tru.iecs f the Cairo City
Property, ihiled September llth, WC, nnd recorded
In tfii llcorder'o OlHee, in nnd for Alexnudcr county,
nndt'litonrillinoN, in Hook P of Peed, page l,
wild .Morttrnat' or Peed of Trtiat ennreying Iot num
Ikied C aud T (nu, In block iiuiuU-reU 0 lix),
in tho third iiddltinu to the city of I'air.i, m mid eouii
tyftiidbtute, c, tho linderiibinfd, Milil Trurleea, will
O' Krlinj-i thu L'Hh Uuy of Aiijfii't nvxt, A.P., 1SC9,
nt 10 (j'cl'H-k In the forenoon ofthatdiiy, under and by
virtue nf the power of file 'nt:uned in raid Moris
ell, at Public Auction, to I ho htidiCHt bidder, fori-uoh,
atthe ofllex bitlldliuc of md Tru-lee, corner (.fWutli
Ington Aiemio and IMh utreet, lueiiidclty of Cairo,
III Aloxalidrr county aud Slnto of llllnoln, kald lob
numlxTi-d (I (tlx i nnd 7 uoven) tn raid block number
ed II (tlx fri runt third iidditioii to (.aid clly of Cairo
nrcnnlmg In the recorded pl it thereof, with thoapptir
U imtice., to hatiiifv the purpoiri nnilcoinlllion oraat
MortKage. H. bTAATS TAYI.OIt,
Trusteen of the Cairo Clly Property.
Ciiro. III.. Jtilyaint. IhW-dld.
' lliereb)-Kiirn that default Imtlnx oocurred tu the
f orfonnaiice of thecouditloin, exprrcd lu u cerUlo
tortgagn orPeelnfTriitxevuiol by Henry t'unker
toSitmuelMHAt Tu) lor and Kdinn Parson)., Tmntem
of thw Cairo City Property, dated AiiKimt titli, IwJ, aud
recorded In the Itei-onler a otflce, in and for Alrxan
dercounty, in thoUlnlo of Illni-I, In Ikiok Pnf Peel
rage 111', wild Mortgage or petd of Trut ctuiTeylng
lou uumbortil 17 (Htuculcon) mid la eiahteen), lu
Mock numbered 21 itwenty-one, In tho fourth addi
tion to the city of Cilru. m uld county and State, m
the tindernlgned, uld Tnitee, Mill
on Friday, tho 13tli day of August next, A. P., lscy,
at 10 o'clock of tho forenoon of that day, under nnd by
vlrtuonf (he tiOMer ol Nilo'onUincd in auld Morlgau
tell, lit IMblle Aileli- ii, t.. the :iM,-t bidder, for ("a-Ti,
at the otllco building of md Tni-li'e,ri. merer Waah
Inton Arenuu nnd mill Hreet, In nid city of Cairo,
In Alexander couniy nnd State of lllmoii, nul lou
tiilmU-red 17 tereulcen) and II (eighteen), In aaid
block numlxrcd 'il itwentj -one) In aaid Kourth addi
tion to aald City of ndro, aceonllng to the recorded
plat thercol udli llu nr iiri I'liiuo. in natitfy th
iMir'C'und ootidttion of ld MorlKRe.
K KTAATS TAYLrtn,
TriiHteea Cairo Clly Property.
Cairo, 111., July n, Uwlld,
I hereby git ii Hut default lmvlnx oci orrml in the
'jierformaucKof the coiiilllionii exptcxed ilia certain
mortgage or deed of txatt tMctttod by MurKaret K -lu&totvi'nuelrMnM
Tu) lor nnd Kdwrm Paron, trtu
leva of the Cairo City Property, dated tho Holiday of
Miinh, A. P. lull, and ttuorded in thu rccordci'a of
IK-c. In and for Alexander county, In the Hate of
hoik, in book I. of lived-, Kige It) , Mild noilg.ige
or dtcdoftrut,eonv.yililut iiltlubvrcd riaciHl5).
Ill block liumU'red tno (2j, in tho m-coiuI tulditiou tw
the i ily ofC.ilr , In id t-ouiih and utale.
Wt-rihuudwaluuixi, auid tViuU'ea, will ou 1'rhUy,
the 1 ith day of AuguM ut'it, A. P. Inw. nt 10 o'clock
mil. forenoon of thai dir. under and bv virtue of llirt
I iimer of eale rouiuiut'-i in mui iiiuildgc. ell, nt pub
iaunoliou, to tbo lui(het bidder, for nodl. ntlhnofi
lleeboildlugaof raid Irunlco-, i-orner of Wathinctne
avenue nnd IMh lreet, in mid clly of Cairo, in AloX
uuider cumili nndtiititrof lllluol. wild lot mimtwred
IlllUBlllJi), lu blook tMO(2i iu aid aisconduddltigU tO
aitldcliyof Cairo, nenin'ln to the ri-eonloJ pu'
thereof, with the nppiitlriinuMX, b Kitufy tlie pur
llm..e and eonililioii of -aid in inua'-e.
r.lW N PAINON'.S,
Paled. Cairo, III,. July au- lw. ivji-ltil
ndircTivnirTviMi flfnf ifenmll having occurred In IK
pcrformunooof the co)iltlciiM pxprciied inn certain
mnrtjrMgewrdoed of trim uxoutilu I by John M C'yru
KiMamuelritani 'IVylor nivliHlitlu ParviniR, tnutefm
of tbuCalmUilv urulwrvv. mid dated Auuiutiilh. A.
ii P. IKlVftlvlTtiwrilo'l ju the I'mordor'a oltivu, a and
.lnr-AIaaiiiviHM,UMtvrlii tbtfteUtlHor llllliulit,. lubuuk
P(tf di(K p4i;o A), s.ill morlgzitfu or deed of
trfwl'imvTirif diita liuntliereH Ihiriy.foiir- (,"U) ant
Ihltty-hio t.1.1), in bin' k ' tmm'iert-d live ifii, iu the
third lu'dlt' 'ii n vim cMvf.r I'.ilru. In Md uaunty luirl
.Statu. Wothe iliiderlgiieiUaillrili-lco.'4 will on I'rl
dj,lhc llllli da) of Augut next, A. P.lbo-J. nt 10
o'clock in the forenoon of Hint day, under and by vir
tun of tho power of aide iiiiuuucd In niud mortgage
m il, ut public aui'llon, lotho highest Mihler, f.irciili
ut tho office building of aald trustees, corrcr ol Wnh.
liigton Axciiuu uud ISth street, lu mid cly of t'auo, I
AlvMimler comity imdjstiit.. of Illinois, auld Iota mi nil-rod
thlrty.fuur t.U) and Ihlrlv-llvo (). in block Hw
ifi). In lint third loblili'in to. atdd felly of Uilm, accord
In:; lo the recanted pint thereof, with thonppurteu
iiuoes, to satisfy the purposct and condition of Haul
Moitgnge H. hTAATBTAVI.OIt,
K 5 KPW1X PAttHOKH,
,, Truteuuf,tliq Cairo L'ity Property
plWllfViftK lll.,Jidyl U&iA,' ' .yJl-dfd
IsberebygiMil th.ii delimit liaiin CH curred ill Hi
pfrftirm.mco of tliui'uuditi.1114 -.nv. d in n certain
niortgngo or deed of trust oxooiitod Krlward T.
UM iintuiiiliGI kli T.ijrror . and j;di8.Parson
T'll'tee of the t airnCiiy I'i)m i I.i . dated tint 27tll dill
of Hi tuber, A I IHiH, mi.! i . 'id.-d in the rotorder
olli. , ill and lot Alex.iii.ii r omily, ut tho Htuto of 111
'inn", m ImoU P of pveds. pago lu, Ac., said mortgage
on deed of trust, raiiui niir. Hiiioug others, lota mini
Iniid iliiriv-iK oW and lhtrty.evon (37), in block
liumbered vcventeHii (171 m the Drat ndilflionto tlo
cUv ofCulru, uiaiid.'iiiii uid State.
Wo, tluMindi-wigiud, -.ud trustor, will on Frlila.i
the lull i day ut August u,-i. A, II. iwi, . lo o'clo.
Ill tho forcu'ioii "Mh itdai , under iui.I o ilrtue of tin
power of mile oiinlained lltcmd luiTtage, cjl, at pub.
lie auction, 1 1" tin' bigheatbidiioi, fur tiuli, uillioo.
ieJ buddiiinofsiuil trualoea. coiner ufWaihuutoiiai
.mii,i nml l.iih siiot i. in s.ii.i , ii v ,ln uiro, in Ali'xandi
count) iri I st !' ! Illinoi- -1 d iiumborud Ulth
alx(au)and thirty-aetcu tj;!. m block iiuuilMtyd e
eutecii (17). id w' Ural odd ma lolitd kits a Cair -oecordlimtotliore
ordc ti ' "f '")
tennneed, tn tint try tlie i i i . ' i
mortgag s ami's VAYI.t
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