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"FRIDAY EVENlMgfttLY 30.. .
- JOEOft BTOBERLY & CCf
f MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. -
Jeff. Dvi' niece, twoyouup; ladies
from Vlckuburgi aro belles nuioug the
laltora of Parla.
Tke collection of bones on tho battlo
fleld of Virginia, to bo used as fertilizers,
is now prosecuted as a regular business.
There are about flvo hundred public
libraries in the United States, and tho
number is constant! increasing.
The area of the unsurveyed lands of the
United States is fifteen times greater
than the whole area of Franco.
. Tlie Cathollo Telegraph, of Cincinnati,
.thinks it will bo a glorlom day when tho
common school system has been abol-
Tate, tho Madrid bull fighter, expect
tiug to diu from nis last wound, made
his will, leaving over $100,01)0.
An Austrian editor wan recently lined
live florins for culling Andrew Johnson
tho moat corrupt scoundrel in America,
Ex-Secrotury ticwunl hud nu uttack of
rheumatism, nt San Francisco, mid waH
confined to his room for u few days.
General Uurlbaldt is said to ImVc In-"
timated to u frk-nd In the North of
Kugluud that ho will visit that country 1
during Iho present year.
John tituart Mill, who hus been for
some time in I'urls, has had sharp
Attack of cholera, but at last accounts was
out of danger.
Tho Krlo ltrllroad Cowpany have a
graveyard on their line. Nothing could
be more appropriate. Tho lot should bo
a largo one.
The onion worm Is bothering tho farm
ers In tlio vicinity of Marbleliead, Muss.
Whole fields of the fragrant esculent
have been destroyed.
The New York World pronounces the
notion that oysters are not good to eat In
the summer months a pcrverao whim.
Tho deep aea oyster is said to bo ut tho
beat in July.
An exchauge says that a "mulc-drlver
on Ihe Miama canal proves to be a young
woman, who took this meana to keep
ueirhor lover." This is rough on the
Wm. M. EverU has knocked three
houses into one for a summer placu at
WltiKor, Vermont, and has constructed a
ti!0,000 dam tn hold the water for trout
Michigan has a new law whereby wo
men guilty of prostitution can be sout to
prison for. three years, and two young
women, named Barah Steclo nud Eliza
Jaue Miles are awatlug trial nt Detroit
under its provisions.
New operas aro "a drug" in tho Par
isian markets. 1'orty-threo new com
positions of this class were recently off
ered to a committee appointed to
examine new works for the Theater
Lyrlque. Oue only was accepted, and
that consisted of but one act.
It Is estimated that 224,000 more aores
of wheat have beon town in Iowa this
year than ever before, and that over the
wholo United States the increase is more
The free school system is very success
ful In Nova Scotia. Sinco it was estab
tohed in 1604, tho number of registered
pupils has increased from 38,000 to 88,000,
or 60,900 in four years.
A shoemaker In Newark has fallen
heir to 1200,000.
A Qalllpolls, Ohio, boy killed his grand
father last week.
A New York velocipedlat has ridden
500 miles in fifty hours.
The Michigan Central railroad compa
ny proposes to tunnel the Dotrolt river.
A saving bank in Boston has not lost
a dollar in twenty year.
Song of a magistrateLotus rinctiU ol
a man as we've Aued him.
Tho raising of the Cashmero goat in
California Is receiving great attoutiou.
CounUt aro at discount in Saratoga.
Nothing less thau an earlls accepted.
The uow Chicago directory Is said to
oontaln 12u,0pQ names. Doubtful!
X French Uuu.4rym.au in San Fran
cluco very appropriately, hanged him
A Chicago Jftuy wjuj no, iriguieueu ay
tho fifth, or July, cannon that sbo died
Savannah expects .at an early day to
have a line ofHteamers running direct
to Gorman ports.
A lady in Plttsflold, Massachusetts,
has mado 7,000 vests within tho past
twonty-tlvo years, by hand-work alpne.
Sovonteen hundred and fifty young
women at IfOiig Branch huvo "prior on
gaguiuonts" todanco with Grant.
A.systomato(persecutlon of tho Jowh,
acenmpained by iiorrlblo outrages, is re
ported in tho Danublan prluelpalltios.
Souator Morton has acceptod tho Invita
tion of tho Ohio Stato central committeo
to opon tho campaign in that Stato, and
will speak ou tho evculug of tho 12th of
August, at such place aa may bo designa
ted by the committee.
At a meoting hold at 'Wblto Sulphur
Springs, Va.f on Tuesday, composed prju
clj,vll.y of Qcjutherners, resolutions wore
unanimously adopted expressing tho
gntltudo of the Southern peoplo to Geo.
Peabody for his muniflcient gift in tho
causo of education in tue'South.
In Interior California, Neyada, Oregon
and Idaho, the name "San Francisco"
is seldom heard. Tho usual phrases aro:
"When did yon leave "Frisco?" or "Are
you going down to tho Bay?" Tho lat
ter U a relic of "tho old day when ablj
from "home" camo In and wont out'.
R D Ijayard, the alleged defaulting
paymaster's clerk, who is charged 'With
cuibezrllng $12,000 of government ftlnds
from the paymaster of tho receiving ship
Vermont, at the Brooklyn Navy Yard
and who wait arretted in Texas after a
long pursuit' by detectives, was discharg
ed from the custody of the marshal Mon
day, and turned over to the Naval 'au
thorities, to bo tried by u court martial.
Till: 1107TEN' AND VNIlELfADLE
CONDITION OFOUll FINANCES.
That tho fin tin ccs of the country will
form a prominent question in tho future.
nud become one of tho rocks upon which
the puojilo will split In tho next preal
(lentlal canvass, does not ndmlt of n
Tho constant dread and uncertainly
felt In all the Industrial pursuits of Ilfouro
traceable to our mismanaged finances.
People of all classes ato looking forward
ton crash and a rcvulslonthat will
wither our prosperity, Impoverish tho
middle classes, and beggar ifSe' laboring
man, whilo it will swell th'o already
plethoric purse of the bondholder and
Harmoniously unite capital and labor
and tho fruit ro thrift nud healthy
prosperity. Capital In tho hands of lib
erul minded, public-spirited men, is n
stimulus to labor; but cotract tho ono
and tho other sutlers. Tho union of
capital and labor in Illinois has' been
prolific In public enterprises, and has
largely contributed to tho thriftaud hap.
pin ess of tho masses. But casting our
eyes abroad, we seo that our wholo finan
cial system Is faulty aud full of uvll. A
half score men, sitting in their offices in
Wall street, can in an hour withdraw
such n vast volumo of currency from the
tho market, as to double dkootmla In
day! The effnot seed not.
pbeortrayed That uoh a thing
cau be accomplished argues
au unreliable, a, dangerous a vicious
system. Tho business people have no
security under It. On thejeontrary, they
aro at the mercy of Wall street, and can
bo crushed almost at will.
Jt Is, as a cotemporary remarks, all
very well to curso the scoundrels whoso
speculations produco these lesults, but Is
It not breath wasted? It is all well
enough for political wiseacres to criticise
tho Secretary of the Treasury and show
what he ought or ought not to do. After
all that Is said, ho is an 'officer of tho law
and must obey it as hellnds it. If to
day theso speculators can llood tho mar
ket with greenbacks, so that loans nro
easy at seven per eeat, and to-morrow
can retire enough to dry up discounting
facllltlcs.aud send money marching rap
idly up to twelve and eighteen per cent.,
how, uuder tho present system, can tho
Secretary of tho Treasury help himself,
or help tho honest business people of the
The condition is constantly growing
more and moro alarming from the fact
that these financial pressures aro becom
ing more and moro frequent. Tho con
fidence of business mon is being pro
foundly disturbed. The rich and non--produclug
cau tako caro of themselves,
but tho lddlo and laboring latere
must seriously sulTor. It Is worse than
folly, it is criminal, to gloss over this stats
of things and prsto about our prosperity.
It is cowardly for the public press to fear
tho false ohargo that they are panlo
makers, If they speak tho truth aud
thrust the kulfo ol criticism deep Into
this whole system of Jlianclal rotten
ness. It will, by ndby(Bles8 romedled
by intelligent leglriatfoffollapao under
laborers Into tho'obllvlou of bankruptcy.
To tho administration in power we
need not look for relief. It is tho sourco
of the evil, and has no cure for it. It is
simply an agfeucy In" the' Hands 'of 'th'o
bondholders that cau be used at will, aud
tho cries of tho poor and tho oppressed
aro not heard by it. The remedy will
come, but dire, disaster tbroateus to pre
cede It. Thehopftof tho musses is in
tho douiooratio party, whoso statesmen,
I only, havo Indicated tho great roform
' that must bo elleoted before tho country
can enter upon a
pormauent career of
Tho Cincinnati 'Enquirer,' (hp loading
democrutlo organ In Ohio, doesn't ad
mire tho platform of tho California do
mooraoy. It tnys:
"Weoantell theso California demo
crats that negro sulIVaga Is u, llxtd hot,
and that the Southern democrats, uinlor
u new organization, are using It with
success, and that tho Chinese re coining,
nud that it Is sheer uouseuso to light.
ulatlug scoundseUftMMkia, fyry tornado
of panlo will iwsi'lh'e i Pferty of tho
middle classesUiMVliMMl1e saving of
them with democratic resolutions. Havo
these California democrats heard of
tho Pacific railroad and who built it?
Tills California platform is tho stupidest
thing out sinco the secession ordinauce
of South Carolina." ; ,
Tho above paragraph, with the intro
ductory lines, is going tho rounds of tho
radical press; and as. everybody docs not.
read the Cincinnati 'Enquirer,' it may
bo worth whilo to say that ao Buch lan
guage was ever employed ly that paper.
Tho paragraph was obtained from the
Clncln-natl 'Commercial,' rabid auduu
scrupulous radical f hect.
A radical dlspatoh from Washington
says: "An attempt to split the republi
can parly of Maryland, in tho Interest of
tho Bond wing, 1b developing itself with
considerable vigor lu that Stato. Tho
chlof mover iu tho matter, among tho
negroes, where nt present it-has the most
strength, is a colored niuu whohaa lately
beou engaged In tho Walker movement
iu Virginia, but the wholo thing is in
chargo of Bond and certain civil em
ployes of the government," Itadlcnliatn
ail over tho country h every day- becom
ing split up.
Says the.Now York 'Times' "Tho Idea
of Koopmanohaap, tho great Chinese
coolie agent, in visiting' New York, is to
tako a survey of the country, lu order to
form an opinion of its capacity for tho
employment of Chinese labor. If ho re
ceive encouragement, especially In tho
southern states, ho will undertake the Im
portation of Chinamen ou a huge scnlo
Ho will employ all available vessels, aud
his agents in China will bo prepared to
fill them with human freight as fast an
they arrive. We may soon see the Inset
ting of a Mongolian tide; which la capa
ble of rising to any conceivable magni
tude." The official returns of the Virginia
election have been published. The vote
stands: Walker 119,492; Wells 101,292.
Walker's majority 18,20. The number
of votes registered In June last is: White
144,645; colored 11 8'73. It will be ncen
that the vote for Walker is about 30,000,
or eighteen percent, less than tho white
registration, while that ttv Wells la IB,.
000, or sixteen pr oeut, lesq than the
colored registration. Tho vote on the
disfranchisement clause of tho constitu
tion stood: Yeas 84,404; nays 124,801.
For tho test oath 83,113; agaiust 121,100
Tho radical republicans are gloomy aver
the result. Tho Richmond State 'Journal'
predicts a split between tho governor,
whom it regards as really loyal, and the
Chas. H. Merry, tho gentleman who
built tho first bulk grain boatou the Mis
sissippi river, aud who luaugarated
through shipments of bulk grain via
Now Orleans, baying heard that tho
merchants of St. Louis propoao to do
nate $20,000 to any ono that will build a
propeller for carrying grain la bulk from
SU Louis to,Nw York, writes from the
Hot Springs, Ark., to the St. Louis
'Times' that he has never doubted tho
practicability of building propellors com
bining rlyer and sea-going qualities; that
the matter has received his serious con
sideration for tho past four years, nud
makes the following proposition to the
merchants 6f St. Louis and everybody
else: "I will build a propeller after my
o ww plan in tit. Louis, If it can be done
on as good terms as clsowherc, and If the
vessel does not prove a success I ask for
'nothing; if it does they shall give me
THIS reIGAL BOW I CUIMESE.
A young Chinaman Choy Awah. a
scholar at the Five Points House of In
dustry, reads the Testament iu English,
and tueu KiVes the meant) In ta dluiuct of
tils own; and this Is what ho makes of
tbo parablo of tho Prodigal Sou:
"A man, he two sous. Son ho speak
to father; father got money; clvosome
he; father he take It all right. IJust uow
lrlve vou hall, -ttogivu nim.uau uu gut
long way Ilka me he come China to
Now York. No be careful or money, use
too much; money all gone; ho very nun
f ry. Ho went to saaa.. He waut work,
ie say: all right; he tell him to feed
pigs. Ho gave pigs beau ; ho eat with
piga himself. He Just uow talk; 'My
father ho rich man too much money.
v hat for siuy here hungry? I waut go
back and see my father. I say to him, I
very bad. He knows I bad. Empcn.r
God see I bud. No uo sou, tno bu coolie.'
He go baok j long waV, tatherseo him Ho
take him on tho neck. Tho son say, "1
very very bad. I just now no bo your
'sou; I coolie," His tathor tnltcoy to boy,
and say, "Got handsome coat; give ho
Hhous; bring fat cow kill him; glvehim
to eat." They very glad, Ho all sumo
dead; Just now como back nllvo; ho lost;
ho got buck. Number oue sou come.
Ho hear music; ho tell servant, "What
fur they maKo muslo?" Ho say, "1 our
-brolhercomo back; your father very glad
he uo sick; he kill tut cow.' Number
ono Hon very angry ho no go inside;
very angry. Fathor ho como out; ho
say, "1 ttay all time by father; never
make him uugry. My lather nover kill
one fat oiw for me. My brother he very
bad, he use money too much; he have
lut cow and intisia" Father say, 'You
no understand; he Just deud; he now
come to life; huhtst,' he now oome baok."
-Drawer, Harper's Maguzlno, for Aug.
TM FIFTEENTH AMBUSH EXT.
From the UirrUWirg rtrfit.J jj
Tho Radical naucrs nubllsh stran-rolv-
Incorrect Hats of thei States- .which isavft
ratified or assumed to ratify tho Fifteenth
Amendment. What object Is to be gain
ed hy rnoealcdlv assertlntr that Tonnes
aco, .Minnesota,-arid other States which
have taken no action, hays fully aecept-
uu MiuniiieiKinjenipaHscscoujp.ciure. me
action taken thus far Is as follows:
Aiaoama, saiu to havo ratified.
Arkansas, ratified March 15.
Connecticut, ratified May 18.
Florida, ratified In June.
Illinois, ratified March 6'.
Indiana, assumed to ratify May 14. No
Kansas, assumed to ratify May 27. Tho
Second section was imperfect.
Louisiana ratified March 1.
Maine, ratified March ft.
Massachusetts, ratified March 12.
Michigan, ratified March 5.
Missouri, assumed. toVrutlfy .Did not
net upon the second section
Nebraska, assumed to ratify. Certifi
cate ou file nt the Htate Department Is
Informal nnd ihsumelenti" msxr-t "i
Isevudu, ratified March 1.
Now Hampshire, ratified July 1
NewYorkt ratified' AhrllH. '
North Carolina, ratified' March G.
Pennsylvania, satitled March iG.
Rhndo Inland, (he setnto ratified May
27. Tho amendment will probably bo
l ejected, localise the Rhode Isluntl radl
cals believe that nutlet1 It thsv'eat lino
longer disfranchise thclrlrlsh-eathollc
South Carolina, rntlfieti MarfcrPTO?
West Virginia, ratified March 8.
WIhooiisIu, rutlflud March 6. t
This makes only twenty-one states that,
can potisiblv be claimed fortho amdeud
inuiit thus far; aud pf these only seven
con havy lekally ratified It. TlieWient
of seven more staUs will be necessary,;
to force negro stiflrugo upon an unwill
MOUTtir.K.V ILMNOIV TKAUMKKH' IN
NTITUTK, Tho teachers nnd friends of education
nf Southern Illinois are invited to meet
inageuerul Institute for mutual Improve
ment nud conference In Southern Illi
nois College, Carbondale, Monday, Au
oust 0th, 1809, The Institute will contin
ue two weeks, closing Friday, August 20.
The exercies will consist of reviews,
drills, modes of teaching, discussions,
esHayH, lectures and everything that will
fit the teacher for bis arduous audrespon
Tuition will be free and board iron
three to four dollars ner week. Distin
guished and experienced teachers are ex
pecteu to be present, wenouotosco a
largo attendance of teachers, school of
fleers and friends of cducalou of South
Shall nut this, our first general Insti
tute, bo mado a success, as all our con
ventions have been ho far? Como pre
pared tn work nnd to gather from each
other ull that will benefit us and work
as "workmen that need not to bo asham
ed " Clauk Rkadkn,
For tho teuoliers' class, Southern Illi
nois. IHMTII Or T1IF. HLEEPIXC!
MIW HUNAN' C GOBHEY.
Miss Sutan Cnrollno Godsey, the sleep
ing wonder, died at hor mother's home
koiuo olglit miles from Hickman, on
Weduesday, the 14th lust.
The history of Miss Godsey Is well
known to the public, a statement
of her wouderful couditiou haviug been
nulillshed extensively by tho press nf
the United States. At the tlmo or her
deuth Miss Godsey was about twenty
six years nf age, ami had been, asleep, as
described, about fourteen years. The
l-iti'iiec of this wonderful case of (Joiua.
or preternatural disposition to sleep, has
been doubted by many, but the fact is
indisputable. Indeed, Bomn twelve
months ul'o. Miss Godsoy was taken to
Vimlivllli.. and other ulaccs. for exhibi
tion, but wo understand many oven ' of
tho physicians ot iNasnvuio, iooaeu upon
the caso with suspicion. .... ...
Tim hisiurv of iho.casa Is bristly this:
When about twelve, years of age.she was.
tukeu with a severe oniii, auu ireaiew ao
cordingly by her physician. As the fmyft
that followed her chill .subsided she toll
ihto a deop sleep, in -which oondltionhe
has remained over since, excopt.at inter
v.lIm. it was her custom at first to awake
regularly twlco.ln oyery. twenty-four
houw. ahU slniiularly, within a few mln-L
utes of tho same hour each day, but of
later yearn alio awoke, oftouer, s much
so that many coualdoredltou Jud cation
tof her filial recovery; Sho would remain
avak9 flvo, jUiunor pcruaps, utiqeu min
ute?, aud' gradually drop oft to sleep
again, When asleep it was utterly im
possible to arouse hor. Sho uover
complained of any bod"y P,u
though whou asleep, slo was
very uervous at times, aud p-
peurcu tosuuercousiuoruujy . uy uy
lent twitclilngundjerkliigbf Iter mUsoles
ailll IIIUUS, uuu lim uuuun uiuuuiioi
tightly us 11 cudurlng spvorw pau, but
whou awake, sho d4udtuppeur to sutler,
except rrotuu drowsy, gaping incllH
Hon, audi, perslstont otlort to cleauso
her throat of phlegm. Sho gonorally
passed Into sleep through vlolbut parox
isms, which would last perhaps five min
utes, and sho would then sloop awh lo
as calmly and quietly as tin Infant. Miss
Godsoy was of medium size, and her
limbs nnd muscles well pioportlouod
uud dovolopcd, and grow considerably
after her alUlotlon, " . ;
Mh3 Godsey, on tho day sho died, In
dulged Iu a llttlo piophesylng, which we
lilvo as related for what It is worth. Sho
said "tho huh would bo n total eclipso on
the 7th of Auguit, (this Is rehiarkable,:
becauso parties assort that alio could have
hud uo knowledge that this was aceord
lug to calculation) aud that the sun woujd
never shln' as bright after that day;
that this wtrtild.viudfeate ,the-.end.sf the
orid, whjqhv ws speedily approach
Office or the Clro 61. Loui lUllroaU Co., 1
.Cairo, III., July 2Ht im f
(Amottlng of the directors of thU oompanrwill vt
held onThuridy,thth Ins'., ntlo o'clock, h. m
l tho Southern ItoUl, In tho cltr of fit. Louie, Mo.
JyaMSt B.BTAAT8TAVI.0R, Frcldorlt.
Brld an BHdscroem.
Ksenyn for Tounic Hen on tho Interesting reUtlOo
of Bridegroom to Bride, In tho Inntltutlonof Msrruvff
liuldo to mtriroonll felltlty, and true ppiB.
Sont by meil In eelcd letter enrotopee free of charge.
Addfeu, HOWARD ABSOOIATION, box V, Phlldl
Is hereby jrlvin tint default ktrlng occurred In thfr
performance of the conditions cuprosipd in a certain
Mortgao or Detd of Trunt excculed by EdtrarU T.
Hoax to (Samuel Blasts Tavlor and Edwin rrrtn.
Trusters of tho Cairo City 1'roperty, dated tho 18ll
day of April, A.D 1C6I, rcconlod In tho ItocordcrV
Office. In and for Alexander county, In tho 8Uto of
Illinois. In Hook ! of Dcexln.paRo 1S7 Ac;old MortgatV'
or Weed ofTrut nnoyln(? lots numbered 3 (three)
and i (four). In block numbered :t (three), in tho flrsf
addition to theclty nf Cniro, tu the said county and
Slate, up. tho undersigned, said Trustees, will ot)
hriuny, tlio lit it (lay or August next, A. v., 1f(v,
nl 10 o'clock In tho forenoon of that day, under and
by virtue of the power of. salci oontalnnt in said Mort'
jiaRe.'sell, nt I'ublle Auction, to the hlahiwt bidder.
furOnll. atthnotlino bulldlniruf ahl Trimlnn. or
jiorof U'uhiniton Avcnuonndlath street, In aalJ city
,oi .o, in Airiniuiprcouniy nnn male 01 IMinow.
said lotsnuiiiU'reia(tlirrc) and 4 (four) in block mini
.tared .i (three) in Uie first adililion to said elty of Cairo
iiccoruing to mo recorueu pun tnoreor, wltli tiiuap
purtMiancfli, to s atlsfr the jittrpoHtM and tonillticnof
' p p B. RTAATrl TAVIilt,
, . . , KIWIN PAIWONS,
.Trustees of Hie Caln City I'ropetty.
, Cairo, III., JulyJMlM.-ti.dtd.
Is liertiby given that default liarlug occurred In the
performanceiif the conditions expressed li neertnlti
Morl(rX 'S'- hevd of Trust executed by Clmrlo
hcho'onmi'Ter.aiid Andreir l'opii toBamiielsttsTay
)of'(tnd' Kilwln IMrsoos. Truiteea or the Cairo City
Property, dated bepliinber Itth. M, and lecordcd
in the Recorder's Offlce, in and for Alexander county,
nnd rUnte of Illinois, in Hook I' of Deeds, pngo ISA.
(aid Mortgage or Deed of Trust convoy ing lots num.
tcred t) (six) nud 7 (uun), In block numlwriil 6 (six),
in the third mldlUon to the city of Cairo. In said coun
ty and Mat, we, the underslgnel, said Trustees, will
on Friday, the 13th day of Auguit next, A. P., 1809,
nt 10 o'clock lutho forenoon of that day, under and b)
virtue of the power ot sal contained In said Mortgage
sll. at I'ublle Auction, to Ihe hlthcst bidder, for cash,
at tbo office, building of said Trustees, corner of Wash
ington AvenUo and Islh street, In said city nf Cairo.
In Alexander county and Htatu of Illinois, solid lots
numbered S (tlx) and 7 (seven) in said block number
cdo(slx) In said third addition to said city of Cairo
Recording to the recorded plat thereof, with tho appui
tenattcea, to aatisfr Ihe purposes and condition ofsai
Mortgage. H. BTAATd TAYI.OH,
71 EDWIN t'AHSONH,
Trustees of the Cairo City Property.
Cairo, 111., July 21st, l-dtd.
li hereby given that default having occurred In Ihr
performance of the condition expressed In a certain
HorlMsge or lined at Trust executed by Henry Dunker
to Samuel Htaala Taylor and Edwin J'arsons, Trustees'
of the Cairo City Property, dated Aurut 0th, 1803, aad
recorded in the Itecorder's offlce, lb and for Altxan
der county, In theSUsU of lllinals, la Book Pnf DeedJ
pago lit), said Mortgage or Deed of Trust conveying
lots numbered 17 (seventeen) and 18 (eighteen), tn
block numbered Jl (twent).one), in tho fourth addi
tion to tlio elty of Cairo, in said county and State, we
tho underolgned, said Trustees, will
on Friday, the 13th day of August next, A.D., VW,
at 10 o'clock of the forenoon of that day, under and b)
virtue of the M)rer ofsalo eontnliisd in said Mortgage
sell, at Publlo Auction, to the highest bidder, for Cash,
at tho otllcu building of snld Trustees, corner of Wash
ington Avenue and (Nil street. In said city of Cairo,
lu Alexander cuunty and Hlaleof Illinois, snld lots
numbered 17 (seventeen) and 19 (elfhtecn), in said
block numbered i (twenty-one) In said Fourth addi
tion to said Cily of Cairo, according to the recorded
plat thereof, with the 'appurtenances, to satisfy the
purposes and condition of said MortKiiKi.
H. HTAATH TAYI.OIt,
. Trustees Cairo City Property.
Cairn, III., July 21, iNStodtd,
Is hereby given that default having occurred in the
performance of tho conditions exprcatrd iua certain
mortgago or deed ottrust executed by Margarut Kw
mg iotmuflhtAls Taylor and IMwin Par.ons, trut
U'esoftheCstiroCity I'rojieny, dated tho lbthdayot
March, A.DlsH and. recorded In the retuiriler'a of.
rice, In aud for Alexunder-county, in thoritateof 1111
nols, in Iwok K of Deeds, page 370 Ar , snld nortgage
or decitof trust, conve)lng lot nunibcreil fifteen (16).
in block numls'red two (V), In tho second aditiliou to
tho city cf fairs, tn said county nnd State.
. We, tho undersized, said trustees, ulll on Friday,
the lath day of August next, A. II. 1SG9. at 10 o'clock
In the forenoon of that day, under and bv virtue of the
fiowerofaale contained in said mortgsge sell, at pub
io auction, to the highest bidder, for cash, at the of.
rice buildings of said trustees, corner of Washington
avenue and lth street, In aaid city of Cairo, In Alex
ander munty and Htats of Illinois, said lot numbered
rlfteentlS), In block two (in In eald second addition to
said cityo f Cairo, according to' tho recorded plat
thereof, with the appurtenauces, to satisfy the pur
nes nnd eonultlouof said mortgsge.
lr H.BTAATri TAYI.OS,
Trustees ofthe CalroCity Property.
,111., July lst, 189. ' Jyil-dld
Is herebyglveii Ihatdefault baring occurred iu the
jierformsnce of Ihe conditions expressed in a certain
mortgage ar deed of Hint executed by John M Cyrus
to HatiimdHtaata Taylor and Kdwln Parsons, trustee
of the Uttro City property; and dated August iMth, A.
1). ltU. and recorded In (he recorder's oillco. iu and
forAloxnnder county, in the State of Illinois, In hook
as, page, lxi, e , aald inortgugu or deed of
conveying lots numbered ihlrty.fiMir (34) and
flve (),in-Wocks numbered fivo' (11), in thf
rdM'iiilouiuiut'iiypiuiiro, inaniu county ana
suimv ne uimemEneii miu trusiees. will on m
day, tho 13th day of August next, A. D. in.), at 16
o'clock In tho forenoon of that day, under aiul by vlr
tun of tlio poMer of sale contained In said mortgage
ell, at ptibllu auction, totho highest bidder, fnrvasti,
iiuouince uuiiiiinEoi aam irusiees.uorri
of aaid trustees, oorrer ol V,'n.ih
IIIU.UI, VHIIV UUD .tJ.II Pl Ill rUIH bill Ul VHI(U)
Alexander rountynnd-ftste of Illinois, snlil lots num
t ..A . a li n .1 1 d I 1. I . .,1.1 ..IJ..
herod thlrty.foiir irnil thlrty-tlva (U), In block tlva
(3). ill tho I
third addition to suld'oity of airo, acrord
Ins to the recorded olat thereof.
nnccs, to satisfy the purposes anil condition of
Mortgage. - TH. HTAATHTAVI.Ot,
Triittoea or tho Cairo City Property.
Dated, Cairo, 111., July Ulst, lass. y.l-dtd
Is hereby given that default having occurred In ths
perfnrniaiicoof the eoiiilltioiis expressed in a rerlaiu
mortgagv or deed of trust executed hy li ward T
lum to Kamticl Klnuts Tnvlor ami Kilwis Parsons.
. TriiHtix's of the Cairo City Property, duted tha 37th day
of Oi'toUr, A. D. UU, ami recorded iu the recorder's
omcu, in nnj lor AI(jmiUcr county, iu trie male or Ill
inois, lu book P of Deeds, pago IV, He., luld mortgage
on deed "f trust, conveying, nmong others, lots num-Imr.-il
llnrlv ir i:u;i imil lhlrlvevoil t.fi). In liluck
I, numb' red seventeen (IT) in the first udditlon to Mm
ciiy uiuiuiru, in suiiii'uuu.j
Vo, thouriderslgneil, tid trustees will ou Friday,
the Ulli day of August nsxt, A, 1). ISua, t lu o'clock
futha forenoon of thatduy, under and by virtueof the
power of sale contained in said mortgage, sc., at pub
lie auction, to the highest bidder, lor cash, at tlio of
'tice hulldlnifofsalil t uitevs. comer of Washiniloti
eniio and lMh street, la said city ilf flro, In Alexander
county nnd tjtats oi Illinois, saiu lot numnoreit in fiy
fWlxlJOl ami ininy-seveu ioii, in on
enteeii (t7), In tlio lir.l.ablfllon to
block numbered ev-
Mil l city of twlro,
ftocoritiia to tho r&cordetl Ui thetf, with tlio a
t . ilfifo IIia ii,H.j.i,. . . ) .....tti2.k..
ienances, to tttlffy the purpoai inol c utt'tllinu o
, KDWIN PAlt80,8,
Trusloen of tu udn) City -Mr
i!e!t, Cairo, III., July tM.isii, )pf